After every game, Dunmore senior Nate Fangio gets a text message from his uncle, asking how he did and how the team did. So far this season, all the reports have been positive. The District 2 champion Bucks are 13-0 and face District 6 champion Ligonier Valley (13-0) in the PIAA Class 2A quarterfinals at Hersheypark Stadium on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. And, Fangio is the team’s leading receiver with 26 catches for 658 yards and nine touchdowns.
Times-Tribune All-Region Boys Runner of the Year. … Won all seven races during Lackawanna League season. … Won William Tennent Invitational and placed fifth at Paul Short Run Brown race. … Won District 2 Class 3A title in 16:12.63. … Finished fifth in Class 3A race at PIAA Championships in Hershey in 15:59 to earn state medal. Had six wins and one second-place finish during Lackawanna League season. … Was second at PIAA Foundation White race and third at Paul Short Run White race.
District 2 teams always seem to get swallowed up by larger schools in the competitive Class 3A field at the PIAA Championships in Hershey. In the first five years since the PIAA expanded to three classifications in 2012, the average finish of the District 2 boys representative was 18.6 out of 20 teams. That is why what the Wallenpaupack boys did at this year’s state meet was impressive, and why Steven Brown is the Times-Tribune Coach of the Year.
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