WPIAL, City League players to play in East/West game |

WPIAL, City League players to play in East/West game

Rosters were announced Sunday for the 15th annual Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association East/West all-star game.

The game will be played at 2 p.m. May 1 at Cupples Stadium on the South Side.

The West roster includes several senior players from the WPIAL and City League, including Penn-Trafford’s Brett Laffoon (QB) and Andre Guest (OL); Central Catholic’s Ronnie Jones (RB) and Ron George (LB); West Allegheny’s Terence Stephens (RB); Woodland Hills’ Tearl Gray (OL) and Jaymond Dunn (WR); North Allegheny’s Ryan Jelinek (OL); Belle Vernon’s Nick Sweitzer (OL); Central Valley’s Brian Fleming (OL); Steel Valley’s Trey Earl Edwards (WR); Brashear’s Therran Coleman (ATH); Franklin Regional’s Todd Summers (TE); North Hills’ Jake Buccigrossi (DL); Trinity’s Mac Chambers (DL); Washington’s Khalid Blount (DL); Pine-Richland’s Matt Hampson (DE); Charleroi’s John Arnold (DE); Penn Hills’ Jaasen Alston (DE), Gene Robinson (CB) and Malik Mathis (CB); Thomas Jefferson’s Adam Staudt (LB); Norwin’s Peyton Deri (LB); Montour’s Tyler Carswell (CB); Bethel Park’s Charlie Davis (CB); Gateway’s Aidan Howard (CB); Allderdice’s Tim Jackson (CB); and Plum’s Jake Chapla (K).

Brashear’s Rick Murphy will coach the West team. North Hills’ Pat Carey and Hampton’s Jacque DeMatteo will be assistant coaches.

— Staff report

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