The Funding Zone Scoreboard


Written by: on Monday, May 8th, 2017



Led by Beaver’s Darius Wise’s two touchdown receptions, the West squad downed their eastern counterparts 17-14 in the 16th annual PFSCA East/West All-Star game. Played at Altoona’s Mansion Park Sunday afternoon in conditions more conducive to fall football weather, the game was mostly a defensive struggle, especially in the first half.

The only score of half number one came with 1:18 remaining in the second quarter when Williamsport’s QB, Isaiah Hankins, connected with Wise for a 16 yard TD pass. Gateway’s kicker, Jordan Washington, booted the PAT to put the West up 7-0 at the break.

The second half saw the East tie the game at seven early in the third quarter when LaSalle College’s Tre McNeill fell on a fumbled punt in the end zone and C.B. East’s Barney Amor kicked the point after. McNeill was the East’s MVP of the game, not only scoring a touchdown, but garnering an interception and making 6 solo tackles plus assisting on 3 others. Later in the third, the West regained the lead thanks to the golden foot of Washington as he nailed a 31 yard field goal.


In the fourth quarter, with 7:32 left, Brycen Mussina chucked a 29 yard TD pass to Wise to put the West up 17-7 after Washington’s point after. Mussina played quarterback for Montoursville. A late East touchdown toss from Perkiomen Valley’s Stephen Sturm to Amadou Barry of West Catholic formulated the final score at 17-14.

Game Notes: Noah Woods of State College was the West’s MVP by hauling in 3 passes for 90 yards and rushing the pigskin twice for 12 yards. Each team’s punter looked pretty good too. Amor hit some high, long kicks with one going 59 yards, but Washington had the day’s longest punt by booming a 75 yarder. The East still leads the series, now by a 10-6 margin.



West 17 East 14

Score by Quarters

East – 0 0 7 7 – 14

West – 0 7 3 7 – 17

Scoring Summary

Second Quarter

W – Darius Wise 16 yd pass from Isaiah Hankins, (Jordan Washington Pat)

Third Quarter

E – Tre McNeill recovered fumble in end zone, (Amor Barney Pat)

W – Washington 31 yd field goal

Fourth Quarter

W – Wise 29 yd pass from Brycen Mussina (Washington Pat)

E – Amadou Barry 33 yd pass from Stephen Sturm (Barney Pat)

Team Stats

East             West
First Downs       7                      13
Rushes-Yards    17-29               25-36
Passing Yards   109                  227
Comp-Att-Int    10-32-0           12-27-2
Total Yards       138                  263
Fumbles-Lost    1-1                  3-1
Penalties-Yards  5-76              6-50

Individual Stats

Rushing – East: Khari Jones 5-16, Shawn Thompson 7-22, Storm 3-7, Barry 1-(-21), Tyshaun Pollard 1-3. West: Hankins 5-21, Quinton Hill 9-32, Wise 2-(-13), Elliot Walker Jr. 2-18, Noreaga Goff 1-1, Mussina 1-(-15), Noah Woods 2-12, Team 3-(-20).

Passing – East: Zach Gilbert 5-of-18, 14 yards, Sturm 5-of-14, 95 yards, one touchdown. West – Hankins 6-of-13 100 yards, one touchdown, one interception, Mussina 6-of-14, 117 yards, one touchdown, one interception.

Receiving – East: Jullian Liaci 1-16, Nick Vasger 1-11, Barry 2-35, Mari Wright 1-1, Stone Scarcelle 2-0, Thomas Murphy 1-23, Thompson 1-(-8), Pollard 1-26. West: Jon Muehlbauer 5-79, Walker Jr. 1-9, Wise 3-49, Woods 3-90.

Interceptions – East: McNeill, Trael Seegars.

Kickoffs Returns – East: Thompson 1-22, Jones 1-14, Richard Carr 2-33. West: Wise 2-37, Team 1-0.

Punt Returns – East: Liaci 1-11. West: Walker Jr. 1-0, Derrick Caraway 1-0, Goff 1-6.

Fumble Recoveries – East: McNeill. West: Caraway.

Field Goals – East: Barney 49 yards – Blocked. West: Washington 33 yards – Blocked, 31 yards – Good.

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