South Squad-Team Geisinger prepares for upcoming District IV All-Star Football Game

The game will take place on Friday evening, June 24 at the Danville area high school kickoff at 7 p.m.

MILTON, Pa. — Milton head football coach Phil Davis will guide the South team. Team Geisinger is this Friday’s District IV All-Star Football Game at Danville Area High School. He has a full squad of 33 kids eager to shine after a 2-year hiatus.

“You know, I think we can run and throw the ball and if we’re able to run a bit I think we’ll be fine,” Phil said.

Our all-star game is only two weeks away! Here’s a preview of the game‘s program cover, designed by District IV alum Eddie Larcom!

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Two Mount Carmel Area Red Tornado players will see quarterback Pedro Feliciano and running back Julien Stellar.

“Memories are probably the best thing. Like Julien said, I have some of the teammates I’ve played with on this team and kids we’ve played against and it’s going to be fun and competitive,” said Peter.

“It’s going to be a fun game. It’s going to be competitive. We obviously want to win and they obviously want to win too. I’m excited for it and I’m ready to go. It’s going to be a fun game.” says Julian.

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We’ll hear from a few players who plan to play college football and other sports. Then there are those who go to college to continue their education and they will finish their high school football career on Friday night in Danville.

“What are you going to study at Penn State? Engineering. It’s an awesome degree. Talk about what you want to study? And what do you want to do with the rest of your life? and I don’t know how to figure it out as it goes,” Michael said.

“I’m studying pre-med, eventually I want to go to med school and become a surgeon. Hopefully that’s my plan for now, but that could very well change, you never know,” said said Gabe.

Kick-off is set for 7 p.m. Friday.

Steve Lloyd Newswatch 16 Northumberland County Sports.

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