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49-7 Win at Philipsburg, 10-20-17 ~
" New stadium, same-old struggles for P-O . . . " ~
" Rumery tosses four TD passes in 49-7 win . . . " ~
Centre Daily Times Photo by Lori Falce , Click any picture for larger image ~
Philipsburg-Osceola played in its new stadium, for the first time under the
lights, during a 49-7 loss to Clearfield.
Centre Daily Times Photo by Lori Falce. email@example.com
" Quick scoring and solid defense lead Bison . . . " ~
Clearfield's Brett Zattoni looks to avoid P-O's Ben Speed
in the third quarter. Brett had 75 yards and a touchdown in the win.
Clearfield's Isaac Rumery recovered from last week's issues,
passing for 219 yards and four touchdowns.
Gantnews Photo by Dustin Parks, used with permission.
Clearfield receiver Micah Heichel cruises into the end
zone for a 2-point conversion late in the second quarter.
Micah had touchdown catches for 30 and 18 yards as
well as this conversion in the game.
P-O quarterback Bubba Slogosky runs out of the
pocket Friday evening. Bubba threw for 88 yards
and ran for 35 and a touchdown in the game.
Progress Photos by Rich Murawski,
used with permission.
Received a Tweet from Coach Janocko on
Saturday ~ "Great to see Legendary Bison
QB Chad Kroell at our game last night"
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info and context.
Received a Tweet from Coach Janocko on Saturday ~
"Great to see Legendary Bison QB Chad Kroell at our game last night" ~
Chad Kroell Quarterbacked the Bison back in the 1990's,
particularly in the undefeated '94 regular season, when he set
three Pennsylvania State passing records ~
Plaque reads :
1994 QUARTERBACK STATS
PENNSYLVANIA STATE RECORDS
MOST CAREER TOUCHDOWNS 79
SEASON YARDS PASSING 3224
SEASON TOUCHDOWN PASSES 49
Row 1 : Ed Snyder, Mark Solis, Bill Magnuson, Paul Kunselman, Chas. Shaw, Head Coach Janocko,
Chris Wingate, Kevin Bell, Bob Mishler, Dan Putt, Coach Campman
Row 2 : Ross Forcey, Nate Wilson, Greg Dixon, Jason Adams, Mike Sunderland, Chad Kroell,
Wes Dahlem, Adam Gibson, Steve Ogden, Brent Addleman, Travis Wallace
Row 3 : Bob Brickley, Chester Shugarts, Jeremy White, Kris Miller, Tim Wisor, Mike Hutton,
Kevin Wisor, Bob Flood, Nace Howell, Ken Hunt
Row 4 : Coach Moore, Coach De Matteo, Mike Gormont, Ryan Flood, Justin Ingram, Scott Baker,
Shea Thompson, John Holt, Coach Love, Coach Pallo,
Absent - Randy Luzier, Jed Luzier
12 Wins - 1 Loss , League Champs , District Champs , Final 8
3 State Passing records for Chad Kroell
In the above '94 Team photo Chad is 2nd Row, dead center and just behind Coach Janocko.
He is wearing his #4 jersey, the number also worn by his three nephews, the Lezzer
brothers; Jake currently and in the recent past by Ryan and Christian.
1994 was Coach Janocko's tenth season. Even then Coach had accrued the most
years as Bison Head Coach but which pales compared to his current thirty-three.
In his first nine years Coach had achieved a record of 54-41-3 ( .551 )
but had also suffered three losing seasons. The Bison had been to the
post-season before, losing both times ('92 and '93) to Du Bois and 1994
would be the first for them to escape the first round. That year they
beat Punxsutawney (33-10) to claim d9 Honors and State College (35-14) in
the PIAA first round before succumbing to Erie Central in PIAA quarters.
1994's .923 was the best record since 1955's undefeated year though
the .909 (10-1) of 1989 was none too shabby either.
Though the Bison would suffer a few more inglorious seasons in the
years to come, a case could probably be made that 1994 was the
beginning of the team's climb to near dynasty status, the modern
era W/L % as of the end of the 2016 season at .704
Bison Football 1994 Season Record ~
OPPONENT: W/L Us-Opponent
Bald Eagle Area
Punxsutawney (d9 Championship)
State College (PIAA 1st Round)
Erie Central (PIAA Quarters)
RECORD: 12-1 ~ .923
"Big 3" Trophy
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