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Seven District 9/10 Players Named PA Football Writers All-State in Class 2A

Farrell's Kylon Wilson. Photo by Andy Close.

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. – A total of seven District 9 and District 10 players, led by three from Farrell, earned Pennsylvania Football Writers Class 2A All-State honors.

The three players selected from Farrell were offensive lineman Anthony Jackson, offensive athlete Kylon Wilson and defensive end Malachi Owens, the latter of whom was also named D9and10Sports.com’s District 10 Defensive Lineman of the Year for the Steelers, who captured their second straight District 10 title. Wilson was a repeat selection.

A pair of Sharpsville players, Garen Levis (receiver) and Caullin Summers (offensive athlete) were also selected. Summers, the Blue Devils quarterback and Levis formed one of District 10’s top duos in 2022. The Blue Devils went 9-3 and advanced to the D10 title game, with two of those losses coming to Farrell.

Also named on the defensive side of the ball were Brookville’s Noah Peterson (defensive back) and Seneca’s Ryan Miller (linebacker).

           

Peterson’s nine interceptions ranked third in the state for teams that enter their stats on MaxPreps. The Raiders rallied from a 1-4 start to the season to reach the D9 title game.

Miller, meanwhile, amassed over 100 tackles for a Seneca team that won its first-ever playoff game and advanced to the D10 semifinals.

Braeden Wisloski of PIAA champion Southern Columbia was named Player of the Year and Donta Green of PIAA runner-up Westinghouse was named the Coach of the Year.

PENNSYLVANIA FOOTBALL WRITERS CLASS 2A ALL-STATE TEAM

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Braeden Wisloski, Southern Columbia
COACH OF THE YEAR: Donta Green, Westinghouse

OFFENSE

Quarterback
Keyshawn Morsillo, Westinghouse – 6-2, 188 senior
Dominico Spataro, Lakeland – 5-9, 190 senior
Cruce Brookins, Steel Valley – 6-2, 185 senior
Nate Myers, Southern Huntingdon – 6-0, 210 senior
Josh Jenkins, Sto-Rox – 6-3, 180 senior

Running Back
Braeden Wisloski, Southern Columbia – 5-11, 185 senior
Phoenix Music, Annville-Cleona – 5-7, 180 senior
Khalil Taylor, Westinghouse – 5-11, 170 senior
Alex Achenbach, Williams Valley – 5-10, 170 junior
Evan McCracken, Richland – 5-9, 180 junior

Wide Receiver
Sincere Smith, Westinghouse – 6-0, 185 senior
Reese Gaughan, Riverside-Taylor – 6-0, 180 junior
Garen Levis, Sharpsville – 6-1, 185 senior
Damian Tyminski, Pen Argyl – 6-2, 200 junior

Tight End
Lacota Dippre, Lakeland – 6-4, 240 senior

Offensive Line
Chris Treshock, Southern Columbia – 6-2, 285 senior
Anthony Jackson, Farrell – 6-5, 320 senior
Adam Wormuth, Lakeland – 6-4, 290 senior
Greg Smith, Steel Valley – 6-5, 315 senior
Nick Nestico, Mount Carmel – 6-1, 280 senior

Athlete
Kylon Wilson, Farrell – 5-9, 175 senior
Karson Kiesewetter, Bishop Guilfoyle – 6-0, 185 senior
Caullin Summers, Sharpsville – 5-10, 155 junior

           

DEFENSE

Defensive Line
Anthony Cioffari, Bishop Guilfoyle – 6-3, 215 senior
Matt Scicchitano, Mount Carmel – 6-4, 275 senior
Tyler Arnold, Southern Columbia – 6-2, 200 senior
Donte Taylor, Westinghouse – 5-11, 295 senior
Malachi Owens, Farrell – 6-4, 230 senior
Jayzen Flint, West Catholic – 6-4, 225 junior

Linebacker
Dominic Fetterolf, Southern Columbia – 6-1, 205 sophomore
Jordan Nichols, Richland – 6-1, 190 senior
Mason Hoppes, Hughesville – 6-2, 210 senior
Wes Barnes, Southern Columbia – 5-9, 180 senior
Max Schlager, Trinity-Camp Hill – 6-1, 190 senior
Ryan Miller, Seneca – 6-0, 190 senior

Defensive Back
Aiden Barlett, Hughesville – 6-0, 180 junior
Noah Peterson, Brookville – 6-0, 165 senior
Pace Prosser, Berlin Brothersvalley – 6-1, 176 junior
Amil Way, Trinity-Camp Hill – 6-0, 185 sophomore
Garrett Varano, Mount Carmel – 5-11, 175 senior

Athlete
Luke Parise, Camp Hill – 6-1, 190 senior
Aiden Myers, Schuylkill Haven – 5-11, 195 junior

           

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