Myers to hit the field one more time in Big 30 game
Following a phenomenal senior campaign, Warren running back Noah Myers has been selected to represent Pennsylvania in the annual Don Raabe Big 30 Charities Classic.
Myers led the Dragons with 1,418 yards on 163 carries (8.7 yards per carry) with nine rushing touchdowns in 2017. He was named Warren’s offensive MVP following the season.
Myers also helped make the transition easy in the first year of the co-op between Youngsville and Warren.
“He blended right in,” Warren coach Mark Morelli said. “In the big picture, guys were able to see him come in and run for 1,400 yards. It speaks volumes.”
The Big 30 game kicks off at 7 p.m. Aug. 4 at Parkway Field in Bradford.
Myers’ Big 30 profile:
Youngsville High School
Height: 5’10”- Weight: 210 Lbs.
Offense: RB- Defense: OLB
Noah plans to attend the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford and major in Business Management. In 2014/2015 Noah was named Offensive MVP at YHS. He is a four year letterman in football, and a three year letterman in basketball and track. In 2017 he was named the Warren football offensive MVP and the Youngsville High School Athletic Key Award winner. In addition, in 2016 Noah was named the Youngsville football Scholar Athlete Award winner. He was also a Pennsylvania Business Week Winner. Noah is honored to play in the Big 30 game and has wanted to play in the game ever since he first heard of the Big 30 game. His favorite moments playing were electrifying the crowd while playing next to his best friends. His hobbies include playing football, basketball, running track and lifeguarding in the summer. Noah’s favorite NFL team is the Detroit Lions and his favorite player is Marshawn Lynch.