Carl Bogatiuk, 1963
to No. we "but receivers, until the Scheivert Lands All-Star Berth PHILADELPHIA--One Delaware Delaware Countian has been named to the first team and four to the second team of he 1963 Blue Cross-Blue Shield All-Scholastics football team, picked by the Delaware Delaware Valley Football Coaches Assn. St. James' Ken Scheivert was selected on the first team. The versatile Jim ace was chosen as an end, although he played four other positions during the season. season. The Jims' Frank Ryan, the county's leading scorer with 100 points, landed a spot on the second second team as a halfback. Sharon Hill quarterback John Cartwright, Upper Darby end Ken Q u i n n and Collingdale guard Bill Glenn were also picked picked on ihe second eleven, The rest of the first team in- cluded: end Carl Bogatiuk, North Catholic; tackles George Ka zenbach, Roxborough and Dav Frederick, Bishop Egan; guards Bob Pegg, Great Valley and Hill, Bishop Neumann; and cen ter Dave Casmay, Phoenixville Also quarterback John Per gine, Plymouth - Whitemarsh; and backs Jim Lampe, Penn Charter, Bob Baxter, Neshami ny and Brendan Murray, St. seph's. The remainder of the seconc team comprised: end John Zeles Phoenixville; tackles Greg Shelly, Shelly, Souderton and Joe Williams Germantown; guard Mike Mandarino, Mandarino, Lower Merion; center Homer Ashby, ' Central; and backs Reggie Jackson, Cheltenham Cheltenham and Bob Feret, Roxborough All 22 players will receive certificates certificates at school assemblies during the next few weeks.