Crestwood offensive lineman Tony Morgante has been selected to play in the Pennsylvania State Football Coaches Association's East-West All-Star Game this spring.
The game is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday, May 6, at Gateway High School in Monroeville. It features 68 of the state's top seniors who weren't selected to play in the Big 33 Game.
The 6-foot-4, 295-pound Morgante will be playing in his third all-star game. He played in the UNICO Classic in November and the Chesapeake Bay Bowl in December in Maryland.
Morgante recently committed to play at Division II Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He is a two-time Wyoming Valley Conference Coaches Association Big School selection.
Morgante was also named to The Times Leader All-WVC first team for a second consecutive season. His other honors include: WNEP-TV Dream Team selection; Citizens Voice WVC all-star team; and the Northeast PA Football Network all-star team.
The PSFCA East-West All-Star Game was played from 2001-10 at Mansion Park in Altoona until it was suspended in 2011 after an issue with its major sponsor . It has featured several WVC and Lackawanna Conference players and coaches throughout the years.