On October 24th, the 2014 Class of the Ring of Pride will be honored at halftime of the Wallenpaupack game at Jake Sobeski Stadium. This year’s Class of the Ring of Pride is Jim Carmody, Jamie Kudrako, Jeff Hague, Scott Schalles and Fred Marianacci. The 1984 Championship team, which was led by Leo Malsky and Jeff Hague, will also be honored this night. Induction ceremony and introduction of the 1984 team will take place at half time. This event is always a crowd pleaser and promises to be another great night this year. “After” party will be held at Cheer’s Café in West Pittston.
A reminder that on Oct. 24th, in addition to the Ring of Pride, we will be honoring all of the players and coaches from the 1984 Championship Team.
Warriors Huddle Up For a Cure
Friday, October 24th is Breast Cancer Awareness Night for Wyoming Area Warrior Football.
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Skursky named "Other to Watch" on PFN Preseason All-State team
Old Forge's DL Corey Souryavong was named to the PFN Preseason All-State Class A team. The following District 2 players were named to the Others To Watch list in their respective classifications: RB Joe McCarthy, Scranton; LB Matt Wagner, Delaware Valley; RB Jeff Skursky, Wyoming Area; OL Zach Venesky, Valley View; DL Ryan Monk, Dallas; LB Frank Aigeldinger, Crestwood; DL Chase Wickenheiser, Abington Heights; TE Joe Arcangelo, Abington Heights; OL Dalton Perla, Berwick; LB Austin Mazonkey, Northwest; WR Nick Long, Northwest; OL Dan Drewes, Dunmore; DL Dan Drewes, Dunmore; DL Saul Wilkins, GAR; DL Carlo Tolesco, Meyers; DL Christian Miller, Susquehanna.http://pafootballnews.com/2014-pfn-preseason-all-state/
WARRIORS HOME GAMES TO BE BROADCAST ON INTERNET
All Wyoming Area Football home games will be broadcast on this web site for the 2014 season. As in the past three years, both video and audio will be broadcast over the "Livestream" system. Just click on the "Livestream Broadcast" link above and you should be able to hear and see the action. Many Warrior fans who can't make it to the game tune in. In particular, relatives, older fans and alumni who are out of town, constitute a big part of the audience. In additon, many of the younger football alumni who are off at college like to tune in. The Livestream system has a chat mechanism that allows fans to comment on the action. In addition, the broadcast can be viewed anytime after the game--a favorite activity of players on Friday nights after the game.