NEPA Sports Nation

Key Contributors

Below the headlines there are many efforts that contribute to team success. NEPA Sports Nation takes a weekly look at some of those contributions. Here are the Key Contributors from the week of Nov. 15-21:

Wyoming Seminary’s Maggie Barilla

MAGGIE BARILLA, Wyoming Seminary field hockey

The senior was the center back on a Wyoming Seminary defense that allowed just three goals in seven district and state playoff games. Barilla earned four state gold medals as a prominent part of the only four-state championship streak in the 48-year Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association field hockey tournament history. The Blue Knights held Line Mountain without a shot in the semifinal, then duplicated the 6-0 shutout in the final against Oley Valley.

MATT COLE, Valley View football and boys soccer

Cole was 4-for-4 on extra-point kicks in a 42-7 District 2 Class 4A championship game victory over North Pocono. A goalie on the soccer team, he made the UNICO Cup, a senior all-star doubleheader for Lackawanna League seniors, and scored in the boys game on a penalty kick.

AIDAN COLLERAN, Scranton Prep football

Colleran was one of the defensive leaders of a 28-0 shutout of Wyoming Area in the District 2 Class 4A football championship game. He had three tackles, including one for a loss, along with two assists and a pass rush. He also was one of three Cavaliers to catch a pass, gaining nine yards on the reception.

ANGELO FUMANTI, Old Forge football

Fumanti had nine tackles, including a sack, in a 26-7 PIAA Class A state playoff victory over Williams Valley. Also the team’s season leader in tackles and co-leader in sacks, Fumanti also forced and recovered a fumble.

ANNA MOZELESKI, Wyoming Seminary field hockey

Mozeleski had three assists each in the state semifinal and final to help Wyoming Seminary roll to a state title repeat, the fourth during the high school career of the future National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I University of Indiana player. Mozeleski had assists in six of seven playoff games to finish with 22 on the season.


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Nov. 1-7:

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Sept. 27-Oct. 2:

Sept. 20-26:

Sept. 13-19:

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Aug. 30-Sept. 5:

Aug. 19-29:


District 2 Honor Roll:

Center City Print District 2 Athlete of the Week:

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