Sunday, June 18, 2006

Pennsylvania All-Stars Outscore Ohio Stars In Big 33 Game


Pennsylvania scored 40 unanswered points to snap a three-game losing streak to Ohio in its annual Big 33 Game in Hershey, Pennsylvania Saturday night. The Keystone State's 61-42 win may be the last between the state's because this year's game fell on the same night at Ohio's traditional North-South All-Star Game, and many felt that Ohio was sending its "B Team" because most of the top players chose to stay at home and play in the intra-state game in Columbus.

That controversy aside, but team put on quite a performance in the 49th Big 33 Game that holds the distinction of have a particpant play in every Super Bowl.

To read a game recap, please click on The High School Football Headline "Pennsylvania All-Stars Outscore Ohio Stars In Big 33 Game".

Saturday, June 17, 2006

Pennsylvania and Ohio All-Stars Square-Off In Big 33 Game

The Big 33 game will be renewed for the 49th time in Hershey tonight. The game, which features the best from Pennsylvania versus the best from Ohio, is one of the best in the nation with a player from the game appearing in every Super Bowl that has ever been played.

Ohio brings a three game win streak into tonight's match-up. It could also be the last between the two states because Big 33 officials moved the game up by about a month to accomodate Division I schools that wanted to enroll players in summer school. That meant tonight's game fell on the same weekend as Ohio's traditional North-South All-Star Game. Many feel this year's Big 33 Ohio squad isn't as deep as a result.

This is the last year of the contract with Ohio, and some are saying if Ohio can't improve its selection process, Big 33 officials will look to Maryland for an opponent.

To read more on tonight's game, please click on The Pennsylvania High School Football Huddle headline "Pennsylvania and Ohio All-Stars Square-Off In Big 33 Game".

Friday, June 16, 2006

#100 For Easton/Phillipsburg To Air On ESPN2

As if the annual Thanksgiving Day game between Easton and Phillipsburg needed any more hype. This year the two schools will play for the 100th time, and ESPN2 will air the game live starting at 9am EST. It will be the second time that these two schools have featured their Turkey Day game on The Worldwide Leader in Sports. The 1998 game was the first ever Thanksgiving Day game aired live on ESPN.

Easton is the second winningest program in the state of Pennsylvania, while Phillipsburg is the winningest program in New Jersey.

For more on the upcoming broadcast and game, please click on our headline "#100 For Easton/Phillipsburg To Air On ESPN2".