WPIAL lands 10 in Big 33 game
By The The Tribune-Review
Published: Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013, 9:46 p.m.
Headlined by Clairton receiver Tyler Boyd, the WPIAL landed 10 players and three coaches on the Pennsylvania Big 33 team.
Boyd joins Belle Vernon offensive lineman Dorian Johnson as Pitt commits from the WPIAL who are scheduled to play.
North Allegheny coach Art Walker will coach the Pennsylvania squad. He will have five assistants, including Mark Lyons of Central Valley and Jim Wehner of Baldwin.
Walker will have a familiar quarterback in NA's Mack Leftwich.
The 56th edition of the Big 33 Classic, pitting all-stars from Pennsylvania against Maryland, will kick off at 7 p.m. June 15 at HersheyPark Stadium.
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