The City Team behind the coaching of Brain Fahey from West Scranton practice on a warm Thursday night at Scranton Memorial Stadium. A powerful offensive and defensive line could provide fits for the county.
"Dunmore had a terrific season last year obviously state runner-up. And Delaware Valley, Scranton Prep, Scranton High have had this group of kids playing for us. They have had a history of being successful in their high-school careers so that confidence kind of translates to what we are seeing out here on the practice field,"said Brian Fahey.
Two future PSAC players unite this year for the Dream game. Charlie Pabst from Scranton plans to attend Kutztown while West Scranton's Cameron Rawlings goes to East Stroudsburg.
"I'm looking at this to like get in shape almost as like a practice to prepare for Kutztown right now," said Charlie Pabst.
"Oh! It's great. It's was actually an honor taking part in this. I've always played against these kids. I've never actually never played with them. I never really talked to them other than playing in the game against them," said Cameron Rawlings.
Joe Waters who made that run all the way to the state championship game for the Dunmore Bucks last season will play his last high-school football game in the Dream game he will continue his education at the University of Pittsburgh in pre-med.
"Every since I was a little kid I can remember growing up and coming to these games and watching the big Dunmore kids come out here and play and knowing that it's the longest running game in the country it's an honor to get to play in it," said Joe Waters.