Corry's unbeaten football team is riding high, and so is its senior star quarterback, Scottie Joe Frisina.
He’s now No. 1 in Erie County history.
Frisina had a big game with his feet and his arm this past Friday as he directed the Beavers to their fourth win without a loss, a 42-11 triumph against visiting Meadville.
Frisina completed 15 of 20 passes for 250 yards and two touchdowns, while also running for three scores. He also threw a 2-point conversion to center Adam Zimmerman — yes, Zimmerman is the long snapper, being No. 33 apparently threw the officials off.
With his yardage, Frisina became Erie County’s career passing leader, according to District 10 statistics.
“It's nice being able to accomplish that while winning football games and having fun,” Frisina said this morning.
“I have great teammates, we all have great chemistry and get along great and have fun playing together.
“We all get along good outside of football and there are never any problems or arguments,” he admitted.
“Our goal is still to go 4-0 in the region and make a run in the playoffs. We are not being just satisfied with getting in, if we do.”
Frisina’s career total is 3,851 yards surpassing the 3,765 mark set by Strong Vincent’s Mike Miodus from 1992-95.
Frisina currently ranks fifth on the D-10 all-time list, and is only 10 yards behind Franklin’s Rich Cerro for fourth place.
Kolten Hoffman, a 2007 West Middlesex graduate, is the district leader with 5,060, while John Napotnik of Sharpsville is second (4,597) and Jeff Valentino of Sharon is third (3,953).
Frisina will continue his air attack this Friday for homecoming when the Beavers (4-0) host Central Tech (0-4).
“You just have to approach it like any other game … make sure you put in the time in practice and watching film to make sure your prepared,” said Frisina.