Boyarsky, a two-way standout, was named to the defensive line while Filarsky, a repeat honoree, was named to the secondary unit.


Boyarsky, a two-way standout, was named to the defensive line while Filarsky, a repeat honoree, was named to the secondary unit.
Boyarsky’s dad, Jerry, was a first-team all-stater in 1976 before becoming a standout at the University of Pittsburgh and playing nine years in the NFL.
Boyarsky becomes Lakeland’s 17th player to be honored.
The Lackawanna League produced all-state performances at other levels including Riverside’s QB, Corey Talerico being named Class A Player of the Year and first-team QB. Skylar Lavage was first team tight end while Alex Pucilowski and Nick Rossi garnered first-team honors on the defensive line and linebacker slots. The Vikes also had LaQuan Jackson named to the second-team defensive line.
In Class 3A, Abington Heights had a first-teamer along the defensive line in Morgan Craig while Scranton Prep’s Kevin Reihner was a first-team offensive lineman. Valley View’s Tyler Havirlak was a second-team defensive linemanas was Abignton Heights defensive back, James Fruehan.