Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Lycoming Football 2019 Player of the Week Game 6 vs Alvernia

2019 PLAYER OF THE WEEK - Game 6 - FR RB JOEY GUIDA
Lycoming Vs Alvernia


HE IS A GAMER WITH 104 YARD RUSHING!
Our Game 6 Player of the Week is freshman running back Joey Guida from Allentown, PA, Parkland High School. A stood out in preseason practices, Joey has made his presents known for the Lycoming offense. Joey's numbers were impressive against Alvernia as he scrambled for a 31 yard touchdown dragging defensive players with him over the end zone. Guida had two touchdown in the game as his second touchdown was another knock down, drag out push over the goal line. When watching the Parkland high school running back, you understand why he is so good. He runs low and bursts through the holes like he was shot out of a cannon. Guida ended up with his second 100 yard game this season. Notable in this game was the fact that he never lost yardage and averaged 8.0 yards per carry.

Sunday, October 13, 2019

Lycoming Football Photo Album - Warriors Vs Golden Wolves

SOME OF THE MANY WARRIORS WHOSE EMBERS ARE STILL BURNING RED HOT
Fr RB Joey Guida was a welcome sight for our running backs /  John Green Photos
LYCOMING VS ALVERNIA PHOTO ALBUM
Sr WR Stephen Toczylousky brought in this high throw on his fingertips / John Green Photos
LYCOMING VS ALVERNIA PHOTO ALBUM

Sr LB Sam Pawlikowski had a terrific game / John Green Photos
LYCOMING VS ALVERNIA PHOTO ALBUM

Other players who work so hard and are burning red hot for a win / John Green Photos
LYCOMING VS ALVERNIA PHOTO ALBUM
Parents, players and fans: I hope you understand that if your son isn't pictured here, it DOES NOT mean their embers are not running red hot! Go to the 264 photos in the LYCOMING VS ALVERNIA PHOTO ALBUM .

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Saturday, October 12, 2019

Lycoming Football - Turnovers Doom Warriors Against Seconds Year Alvernia

Fr RB Joey Guida score second touchdown against Alvernia / John Green Photo
READING, Pa. – Freshman Joey Guida (Allentown, Pa./Parkland) rushed 12 times for 104 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Lycoming College football team and senior Jamie Fisher (Folsom, Pa./Ridley) set the school’s career field goal record, but Alvernia University used a touchdown from 15 yards out with 1:03 left to post a 29-24 Middle Atlantic Conference win at Alvernia’s Turf Field on Saturday, Oct. 12.

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Lycoming Football - The Second Half Is A New Beginning

John Green Photo
WILLIAMSPORT, PA - Playing in their third straight Homecoming game, the Lycoming College football team will try to get back on track when it faces Alvernia University in Middle Atlantic Conference action at the Turf Field on Saturday, Oct. 12, at 12 p.m.

The Warriors (1-4 overall, 0-3 MAC) are coming off a 41-7 loss to No. 13 Delaware Valley, where junior Gianni Bryant-Lopez scored the lone touchdown with a 20-yard fumble recovery. Senior Sam Pawlikowski led the team with eight tackles.

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Lycoming Football Game 5 "Player of the Week"

2019 PLAYER OF THE WEEK - Game 5
Lycoming Vs DelVal


SACRIFICED IT ALL
On Homecoming and Family weekend, the Warriors were fired up for the big game against 13th ranked Delaware Valley. The Warrior defense were on the field of play for almost two thirds of the game. And the Warrior defense made the only score of the game. So that is what convinced us that the "Player of the Week" had to come from the defensive side of the ball. And who sacrificed more than Sr DB Jeff Coplin.

Lycoming's only points came because of the play of Jeff Coplin. In the fourth quarter, Coplin forced the DelVal fumble which was picked off in the air by Jr DB Gianni Bryant-Lopez. Gianni then maneuvered his way for the 20 yard touchdown.

On that play, Coplin punched the ball out and then hopped players trying to block for Gianni. His efforts resulted in an injury in the process. His second and third effort cost him this time, but they did not go unnoticed by usl. Unfortunately, Jeff had to leave the game with the injury. Coplin was in my camera all day long. He had the following game statistics.

Sunday, October 6, 2019

Lycoming Football Photo Album - Homecoming and Family Weekend

Was this really a touchdown? / John Green Photo
LYCOMING VS DELVAL PHOTO ALBUM

#32 So RB Chase Cramer picks up positive yardage / John Green Photo
LYCOMING VS DELVAL PHOTO ALBUM

These guys are family. I wish I could put all their names here! Lets just say, Brothers! / John Green Photo
LYCOMING VS DELVAL PHOTO ALBUM

With a quick offensive turnover, our defense holds for no DelVal points in the first quarter / John Green Photo
LYCOMING VS DELVAL PHOTO ALBUM

Our only touchdown was scored by the defense Jr DB Gianni Bryant-Lopez / John Green Photo
LYCOMING VS DELVAL PHOTO ALBUM

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Saturday, October 5, 2019

Lycoming Football - Warriors fall to 13th-ranked Aggies

#20 Sr DB Jeff Coplin forces DelVal fumble as #4 Jr DB Gianni Bryant-Lopez takes it to the end zone / John Green Photo
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Filling in for an injured senior, junior Gianni Bryant-Lopez (Delran, N.J./Delran) found the ball in his hands and he was gone down the left sideline for a 20-yard fumble recovery for the Lycoming College football team’s only touchdown, as it fell 41-7 to 13th-ranked Delaware Valley University on Saturday, Oct. 5, at David Person Field.

#4 Jr DB Gianni Bryant-Lopez heading to paydirt / John Green Photo
The touchdown, which was forced on a running play by senior Jeff Coplin (Philadelphia, Pa./Central) from behind at the 19-yard line before Bryant-Lopez ran smack dab into the ball while coming around the left edge, finalized the game’s scoring with 12:39 to play. It was Lycoming’s first fumble recovery for a touchdown since Wyatt Entz had one in 2015.