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Local QB's leadAll-State teams at the A and AAA levels

Local QB's leadAll-State teams at the A and AAA levels

High school football is over in Pennsylvania, now it's time for the postseason awards to be given out. Today, the AAA and A All-State teams as awarded by the state's sportswriters were announced. It's no surprise that the AAA team is led by a trio of Vikings. Central Catholic's Brendan Nosovitch is on the team at QB, his favorite target, Kevin Gulyas is on there at receiver. Those two have combined over the last four years to become the most prolific pass and catch combination in state history. The 3rd Viking on the team is offensive lineman Tad McNeely who's been honored for a second time as well. The A team has a pair of Pius X Royals on it, Sophomore quarterback A.J. Long, and his favorite target Dubois Ross who both had huge years to help the Royals make a deep run into the state playoffs.


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