SCRANTON KNIGHTS

 

Football player carrying ball.

Scranton’s Karlon Quiller.

 

 

 

ESTABLISHED: 1990

 

 

CHAMPIONSHIPS

 

District 2 Class 4A

2003, 2011

LFC I

2002, 2003, 2011, 2012

 

 

 


 

 

 

TOP SEASONS

 

2003

Record: 10-1

 

Scranton quarterback Al Karaffa in 2003.

 

 

 

2012

Record: 11-1

 

Scranton quaterback Marlinn Waiters in 2012.
Jake Danna Stevens / Staff Photographer

 

 

2002

Record: 9-3

 

 

Scranton quarterback Al Karaffa and tailback Jeff Field in 2002.

 

 

 


 

 

YEAR-BY-YEAR

 

 

Football player running with ball.

Scranton’s Joe McCarthy.
Jake Danna Stevens / Staff Photographer

 

 

 

Year

School

W

L

T

1990

Scranton

2

8

0

1991

Scranton

2

8

0

1992

Scranton

1

9

1

1993

Scranton

2

9

1

1994

Scranton

1

9

0

1995

Scranton

4

6

0

1996

Scranton

3

7

0

1997

Scranton

3

7

0

1998

Scranton

1

9

0

1999

Scranton

5

6

0

2000

Scranton

3

7

0

2001

Scranton

5

5

0

2002

Scranton

9

3

0

2003

Scranton

10

1

0

2004

Scranton

8

2

0

2005

Scranton

6

4

0

2006

Scranton

5

6

0

2007

Scranton

6

4

0

2008

Scranton

6

4

0

2009

Scranton

4

6

0

2010

Scranton

3

7

0

2011

Scranton

8

4

0

2012

Scranton

11

1

0

2013

Scranton

7

5

0

2014

Scranton

7

4

0

2015

Scranton

5

5

0

2016

Scranton

4

7

0

2017

Scranton

6

5

0

2018

Scranton

1

10

0

Totals

138

168

2

 

Courtesy Dr. Roger Saylor Football Records Collection

https://libraries.psu.edu/about/collections/saylor-dr-roger-b-football-records-collection

 

 


 

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE YEAR

 

 

 

Scranton’s Jake McCarthy.
Jake Danna Stevens / Staff Photographer

 

 

 

SHOAIB TAJAK

2002: Offense: Al Karaffa, QB, Scranton

 

2002: Defense: Shoaib Tajak, DT, Scranton

 

2012: Offense: Karlon Quiller, WR, Scranton

 

2014: Offense: Jake McCarthy, RB, Scranton

 

 

 


 

 

 

COACHES OF THE YEAR

 

 

 

Scranton football coach John Marichak.

 

 

 

1999: John Marichak

 

2003: John Marichak

 

 

 


 

 

HOOKEY REAP AWARD WINNERS

 

 

Scranton’s Jesse Hinkley.

2002: Defense: Shoaib Tajak, Scranton

 

2004: Defense: Jesse Hinkley, Scranton

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

NOTABLE

 

 

4,000-Yard Career Rusher

 

Years

Yards

Jake McCarthy

2011-14

6,080

 

 

 

5,000-Yard Career Passer

Years

Yards

Al Karaffa

2000-03

5,025

 

 

 


 

 

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