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Pair of Rams sign to play college football

| Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017, 11:27 a.m.
Pine-Richland High School quarterback Philip Jurkovec, 18, officially signed on Dec. 20, 2017 to play football at the University of Notre Dame. The senior football player and his teammates led PRHS to a state championship win with an undefeated season. Philip was named 2017 Gatorade Pennsylvania Player of the Year. He also is a 1,200-point basketball scorer. He is the son of Sara and John Jurkovec of Pine Township.
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Pine-Richland High School quarterback Philip Jurkovec, 18, officially signed on Dec. 20, 2017 to play football at the University of Notre Dame. The senior football player and his teammates led PRHS to a state championship win with an undefeated season. Philip was named 2017 Gatorade Pennsylvania Player of the Year. He also is a 1,200-point basketball scorer. He is the son of Sara and John Jurkovec of Pine Township.
Pine-Richland High School wide receiver Raymond Falcone signed to play football at Lehigh University. Raymond earned highest honor roll all four years of high school. “I am very appreciative of the Lehigh coaches to believe in me and give me a chance to play for their awesome University,” Raymond said. He is the son of Carrie and Ray Falcone.
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Pine-Richland High School wide receiver Raymond Falcone signed to play football at Lehigh University. Raymond earned highest honor roll all four years of high school. “I am very appreciative of the Lehigh coaches to believe in me and give me a chance to play for their awesome University,” Raymond said. He is the son of Carrie and Ray Falcone.

Fresh off winning the 6A state football championship, a pair of Pine-Richland stars signed to play football in college on Dec. 20. Quarterback Phil Jerkovec officially signed to play at the University of Notre Dame, while teammate, wide receiver Raymond Falcone signed to play at Lehigh University.

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