Mason Musitano called it the craziest game that he was ever a part of at Fleetwood. The Tigers piled up 652 yards in a 42-41 overtime victory against Shamokin in the Eastern Conference Class 4A championship. Fleetwood outscored the Indians 21-0 in the fourth quarter to force overtime. "It was straight out of a story book. You couldn't write something better than that," Musitano told Paul Roberts of SV Sports. The 6'3, 185-pound wide receiver had 15 catches for 212 yards and a touchdown. Albright commit Jack Riffle threw for a school record 419 yards and three scores as the Tigers finished last season with a winning record. They went from (2-8) in 2022 to (6-5). Musitano will continue his football career at Millersville. "That family feeling, that was the number one thing I was looking for in the recruitment process," he said. Musitano was a first team WR in Section 3 of the Lancaster-Lebanon League and an All-Berks selection. He set the school record with 118 career receptions. Musitano reeled in 61 catches for 882 yards and seven touchdowns last year. He's looking forward to the challenge of playing at Millersville. "The PSAC level of competition, it's near DI. It's intense, it's fierce. It's everything I was looking for," emphasized Musitano. After not playing basketball the past two seasons, Musitano decided to return to the team and he's having a blast. Fleetwood is (19-2) and preparing for the BCIAA playoffs which begin on Monday. The Tigers won their third straight Division 3 title in the Berks Conference. "Play multiple sports, it's the best thing you could do...It really teaches you teamwork, communication skills and keeps you in shape," he remarked.