I remember the first couple of times I interviewed Mike Gesicki during his playing days at Southern Regional. Mike was not afraid of the microphone and handled himself pretty well for a high school student-athlete. During his senior year, he appeared on the Shore Sports Network’s weekly high school football show at a time when he was a high profile recruit who had not made his college choice...
Over the next 10 days, almost any time you flip on ESPN, there's a good chance a former Shore Conference football star will be suiting up for a college bowl game.
It all leads up to the Rose Bowl on Jan. 2, when a Penn State team featuring five Shore alumni will try to cap a huge comeback season by beating USC in its backyard in Pasadena...
A milestone for Southern graduate Mike Gesicki at Penn State and 19 Shore Conference graduates earning all-conference honors across college football highlighted this week as many teams wrap up their seasons.
Gesicki set a record for catches in a season for tight ends at Penn State, while a host of Shore graduates from the FCS level through Division III were honored as the best players in their res
The biggest upset of the college football season featured five former Shore Conference stars all contributing on Saturday night in a wild scene at Beaver Stadium.
Unranked Penn State stunned No. 2 Ohio State, 24-21, in the Big Ten, taking the lead on Grant Haley's 60-yard return of a blocked field goal with four minutes left in the game and holding on to send the crowd of 107,280 fans into deliriu
Junior tight end Mike Gesicki is having the best season of his Penn State career and has been rewarded for those efforts by being named to the Mackey Award Midseason watch list. The Southern Regional High School graduate is among 30 players eligible for the award which is presented annually to the best college tight end in the nation.