2019 Super Six – Final

Here are the final Super Six Rankings for 2019. Listed is the team MVP for each team.


  1. Dallas Mountaineers (13-0), defeated Valley View 29-7 (Preseason: 2)
    Dallas ran the table and ended up the only unbeaten team in District 2. They will now try to slay the giant, something North Pocono and Valley View couldn’t do. Team MVP: Lenny Kelley
    Next up: vs Imhotep Charter (8-4)
  2. Delaware Valley Warriors (11-2) lost to State College  (Preseason: 1)
    Too many mistakes for the Warriors to stay with a very talented team. Still a double digit victory season for DV. Team MVP: Josh Balcarcel
    Next up:  Season Complete
  3. Valley View Cougars (11-2), lost to Dallas 29-7 (Preseason: 3)
    It was a great run for this senior class. Two District 2 titles, one runner-up and a freshman division title. The numbers are strong at Valley View and continued success is likely. Team MVP: Janaasah Boone
    Next up: Season Complete
  4. Berwick Bulldogs (9-3)  (Preseason: 4)
    The Bulldogs were a very good football team, especially on the defensive side of the ball. They send some seniors to continue playing in college at a high level. However, they didn’t win any titles the past two seasons and that was probably a disappointment. Team MVP: Teagan Wilk
  5. Wilkes-Barre Wolfpack (7-5)  (Preseason: NR)
    Ciro Cinti and his staff did a great job bringing three schools together. The athletes are there but it’s not always easy to build a team. Team MVP: Rafael McCoy
    Next up: Season Complete
  6. Crestwood Comets (7-5) (Last Week: NR)
    It was a good first season for new coach Ryan Arcangeli as the Comets won a district playoff game. Something to build on moving forward. Team MVP: Ryan Miller
    Next up: Season Complete


  1. Wyoming Area Warriors (11-1), defeated Scranton Prep 27-0 (Preseason: 3)
    Wyoming Area had built towards this season and it ended up a great one for the Warriors. They should be very competitive in the state tournament. Team MVP: Dominic DeLuca
    Next up: vs Montoursville (12-1)
  2. Scranton Prep Cavaliers (9-3), lost to Wyoming Area 27-0 (Preseason: 1)
    It was a great run for the Cavaliers winning four straight district titles. They still managed to win 9 games, only losing to two very good teams.  Team MVP: Tucker Johnson
    Next up: Season Complete
  3. Western Wayne Wildcats (9-3), (Preseason: 3)
    Most people, including us, thought it might be a rebuilding year for the ‘Cats, but the senior class stepped it up and it ended up being the best season in school history. Team MVP: Zane Janisewski
    Next up: Season Complete
  4. Dunmore Bucks (8-5), (Preseason: 5)
    Looked like the Bucks might move on in the state playoffs, but couldn’t hold on. It wasn’t a typical dominant Dunmore season, but they earned another district title for Bucktown. Team MVP: Steve Borgia
    Next up: Season Complete
  5. Lackawanna Trail Lions (9-3), defeated Williams Valley 44-30 (Preseason: 6)
    The Lions roared again and the road to Hershey is in sight for Trail. The same formula is working from last season. An efficient offense that takes chunks of yardage at a time and good tackling on defense. Team MVP: Ray Melnikoff
    Next up: vs Muncy (9-4)
  6. Lake-Lehman Black Knights (8-4), (Preseason: NR)
    Black Knights were a solid team, but only the fourth best team in Class 3A. It was a very competitive classification in 2019. Team MVP: Ethan Adams
    Next up: Season Complete