Wyomissing's football field is officially known as "Bob Wolfrum Field." A dedication ceremony was held Saturday afternoon following the Spartans' 35-14 victory over Conrad Weiser. Senior quarterback Logan Hyde fully understands that he's playing for a legend. "We all look up to him so much. He's had such an impact on every single one of us. It's such an honor to play for him," Hyde told SV Sports' Paul Roberts. Hyde went 4-of-7 for 62 yards and a score in the win over the Scouts. He tossed a 31-yard touchdown pass to Ethan Brower midway through the third quarter. Wyomissing outgained Conrad Weiser 355-to-173 while improving to (7-1). The Spartans got TD runs from Drew Forrey, Justice Hardy, Marvin Armistead, and Collin Niedrowski. This day, however, belonged to Coach Wolfrum. He's (357-88-1) over 37 seasons at Wyomissing. Wolfrum spent 15 years as an assistant before taking the helm. During his tenure, the Spartans have only had one losing season. "I think he's been so successful because he leans on the others on his coaching staff. He doesn't try to do it all himself. He's kept the same criteria for every team," said Hyde. Wolfrum has led Wyomissing to 19 league championships, 11 district titles, and a state gold medal in 2012. The Spartans were the Class 3A state runner-up in 2020 and 2021. Wolfrum has more victories than any coach in District 3 history. Hyde will play lacrosse in college at Division I Wagner. He knows that he has been part of a very special high school football program. "The community is so loving. They're so supportive. There isn't a community out there that's like Wyomissing," emphasized Hyde. There also isn't another coach out there like Bob Wolfrum.