It's a game that Schuylkill Valley and Hamburg fans circle on the calendar every year. The 49th edition of the Frost Bowl is set for Friday night. The Hawks will make the short trip down Route 61 to Leesport to battle the Panthers. Hamburg holds a slight edge in the rivalry (24-23-1). "Last year when it was there, that was an awesome crowd. It was really loud there. I hope it's like that here. I'm expecting a lot of people," said Logan Nawrocki. The 6', 170-pound junior quarterback has thrown for 1,300 yards and 16 touchdowns. Schuylkill Valley is riding a six-game winning streak. Nawrocki, who also plays baseball, caught fire at Kutztown in Week 4. He finished 11-of-15 for 219 yards and 5 TD. He stayed hot the following week against Pequea Valley. Nawrocki tossed four touchdown passes and ran for another in a 49-6 rout. The (6-1, 4-0) Panthers have a deep wide receiver corps that includes Kowen Gerner. The 6'1 junior has a team-high 27 catches for 637 yards and 9 TD. "He's amazing, he can catch anything. He has great route running. He gets open pretty easy," Nawrocki told SV Sports' Paul Roberts. Last week, Gerner racked up 187 receiving yards and a score on seven receptions at Columbia. Dillon Lackner and tight end Luke Spotts have combined for 30 catches and 4 TD. They're both juniors as well. Schuylkill Valley lost All-State running back Dom Giuffre to an arm injury on September 15th at Kutztown. The Panthers continue to find ways to win. "It just shows how much determination we have. It's obviously a big loss. Hopefully, we can have him back soon," said Nawrocki.
great job, Logan!
Love that kid. Great player & so humble !