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Montrose vs. Western Wayne

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Montrose takes on Western Wayne in this week's Scholastic Scrimmage

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Lakeland vs. Western Wayne

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Lakeland takes on Western Wayne in this week's Scholastic Scrimmage

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Lakeland vs. Abington Heights

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Lakeland takes on Abington Heights on this week's Scholastic Scrimmage

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Scranton vs. Western Wayne

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Scranton vs. Western Wayne on this week's Scholastic Scrimmage

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Michael O’Keefe

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Michael O’Keefe - President of Evangelical Hospital

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Dr. Thomas J. Botzman

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Dr. Thomas J. Botzman - President of Misericordia University

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Mark Volk

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Mark Volk - President of Lackawanna College

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Dr. Mark Erickson

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Dr. Mark Erickson - President of Northampton Community College

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Dr. David Coppola

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Dr. David Coppola - President of Keystone College

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Sr. Anne Munley, IMH, Ph.D.

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Sr. Anne Munley, IMH, Ph.D. - President of Marywood University

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