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Second annual GEFA Kick-Off Classic Is Set

The second annual GEFA Kick-Off Classic has been set, teams have been slotted, and times have been officially announced. Additionally, we have added a third game to the opening day for more action to the madness.  We will once again have a few different food truck vendors on the premises for all games, as well as snacks and other concessions available.  Below are the matchups slated for the day:

2019 GEFA Playoffs – Keystone Bowl XV

2019 GEFA Playoffs

Divisional Round

The 2019 playoffs are officially here and the final stages to Keystone Bowl XV have been set! The GEFA this year introduced conference rankings for the first time, allowing teams to be ranked based off their outcome with inner-conference opponents with the top four from each conference representing the league. This format falls in line with other traditional systems and makes it easier to determine seeding when it comes down to playoffs. Some may think that moving to this format allows teams to “take-off” for out-of-conference games, however, one should not jump to that conclusion considering overall record is taken into affect as one potential tie-breaker should it ever come down to it. Here are your 2019 round 1 playoff matchups:

#4 Monroe County Diamondbacks (5-5) @ #1 Mount Joy Cyclones (10-0)

#3 NEPA Shock (7-3) @ #2 Wilkes-Barre Warriors (8-2)

#4 DuBois Area Mt. Lions (6-4) @ #1 Moshannon Valley Vikings (8-3)

#3 Mifflin County Tomahawks (5-5) @ #2 Upper Dauphin Comanche (8-3)

Good luck to all teams!

[EDIT] Updated: June 8, 2019

Conference Finals

The final four teams are set for the Conference Finals en route to Keystone Bowl XV. Here are your Mountain and Valley conference final matchups:

#3 NEPA Shock (8-3) @ #1 Mount Joy Cyclones (11-0)

#2 Upper Dauphin Comanche (9-3) @ #1 Moshannon Valley Vikings (9-3)

Good luck to all teams!

[EDIT] Updated: June 16, 2019

Keystone Bowl XV

The Lancaster County Cyclones are representing the Valley conference, continuing to make league history by making it back to their sixth consecutive Keystone Bowl to battle against a new Mountain conference champion, the Upper Dauphin Comanche, who are making team history of their own by advancing to their first championship ever! The Conference finals held some great rematches and this is bound to be another great one to end the season!

Keystone Bowl XV is set to kickoff at 7PM at Selingsgrove Area High School with live announcers and hot/cold concessions and beverages being served all day. The address to the championship game is:

Selingsgrove Area High School
500 N Broad St
Selingsgrove, PA 17870

#2 Upper Dauphin Comanche (10-3) @ #1 Mount Joy Cyclones (12-0)

Good luck to both teams!

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[EDIT] Updated: June 24, 2019

Keystone Bowl XV

Keystone XV was one of the best championship battles we have seen in recent memory! Congratulations to the the Lancaster County Cyclones on coming out on top and pulling out the upset victory over the Upper Dauphin Comanche, taking home their 4th consecutive Keystone Bowl with a 63-51 win. This championship puts the Cyclones at a league record 5 Keystone Bowl championships!

2019 – Warriors

Home Field AddressScheduleTeam StatsRosterStaffStandings
Home Field Address
The Bog – 65 Dewey Ln Wilkes-Barre, PA 18705

Warriors Passing – 19

Tyler Gates20810740.013.411

Warriors Receiving – 19

Jalen Stockton2327512.02
Anthony Maurent1921211.23
Eddie Hennix III12525.00
Jeremy Mulroy12020.01

Warriors Rushing – 19

Anthony Maurent553776.99
Jalen Stockton7375.30

Warriors Defense – 16

Chris Pursel4830.501600
Stephen Fuller3820001730
Shawn Brown3843.511011
Anthony Maurent290010211
Sam Blankenship227802000
Jon Stuffick2162.521001
Andres Jones2144.510000
Eddie Hennix III180001210
Brandyn Higgins1520.510200
Johny Olson1411.500000
Luke Edwards110100000
A.J. Hurst62000000
Joe Chihany40000100
Dre Moses20000000
Ian Ultch20000000
Tyler Clark10000000
Scott Yedesko10000000
Steve Martin11000000
Paul Reap10000000

Warriors Kicking/Punting – 19

Warriors Returns/Punt Returns – 19

Anthony Maurent4770000
Chris Pursel2380000
Eddie Hennix III23701140
Brandyn Higgins1200000

Warriors Roster – 19

#PlayerPositionHeightWeight (lbs)
1Joe ChihanyWide Receiver6'0"155
2Luke EdwardsDefensive Tackle--
3A.J. HurstDefensive Tackle--
4Anthony MaurentRunning Back5'10"180
6Jaylen WhiteOffensive Guard5'8"240
7Jalen StocktonWide Receiver5'7"160
8Stephen FullerSafety--
11Paul ReapQuarterback--
12Tyler GatesQuarterback5'11"180
14Isaiah SuttonCorner Back--
16James BushCorner Back5'8"160
17Andres JonesDefensive Tackle--
18Brandyn HigginsLinebacker5'8"205
20Chris PurselLinebacker6'2"210
21Ian UltchLinebacker, Punter6'0"200
25Tyler ClarkCorner Back--
28Jihad CastroRunning Back--
29Johny OlsonLinebacker--
32John WoodleyOffensive Guard--
44Dre MosesDefensive Tackle5'10"290
46Steve MartinLinebacker--
47Jon StuffickDefensive Tackle5'8"225
52Sam BlankenshipDefensive End5'8"210
69Scott YedeskoDefensive End--
76Marcus TenczaCenter6'3"420
78Jay CitoOffensive Guard--
83Vernon WilliamsOffensive Guard5'8"230
84Jeremy MulroyWide Receiver--
87Shawn BrownDefensive Tackle6'1"245
88Eddie Hennix IIICorner Back6'0"185

Valley Conference - 19