Pictured above, Pittston Area’s Josh Savakinus and Jordan Bone sign their letters of intent to attend Lackawanna College in Scranton. From left to right, first row, PA head coach Paul Zaffuto, Josh Savakinus, Jordan Bone, Lackawanna College head coach Chris Pensak, and PA asst. coach Ace Brogna; second row, PAHS principal John Haas, Teri Savakinus, Joe Bone, Mary Bone, PA asst. coach John Richards, PA athletic director Charlie Turco, and PAHS asst. principal Art Savokinas.
Pictured above Pittston Area catcher Ron Musto signs his letter of intent to attend Potomac State in West Virgina. From left to right, first row, PA asst. coach John Richards, Ron Musto, and PA head coach Paul Zaffuto; second row, PAHS principal John Haas, PAHS assst. principal Art Savokinas, Ron Musto, Sharon Musto, PA athletic director Charlie Turco, and PA asst. coach Ace Brogna.
Pittston Area catcher and Ashby MVP winner Ron Musto signed a national letter of intent to play baseball at Potomac State College in West Virginia.
Potomac State is a Division I Junior College and a feeder school to West Virginia University. The Catamounts are coached by Doug Little. Ron chose Potomac because of its small, comfortable campus and relatively close distance to home. He credits Pittston Area pitching coach, John Richards along with head coach, Paul Zaffuto and assistant coach, Al Brogna for developing his skills as a catcher and getting him ready to play at the next level.
Pittston Area pitcher Jordan Bone and shortstop Josh Savakinus recently signed letters of intent to play baseball at Lackawanna College.
Bone, a left hander, has been a two-year starter for Pittston Area. He plans on majoring in accounting. He has chosen Lackawanna College for their prestigious history. Jordan’s decision was strongly influenced by the recruiting efforts of Coach Pensack. He credits Pittston Area pitching coach, John Richards along with head coach, Paul Zaffuto and assistant coach, Al Brogna for enhancing his baseball skills throughout his career at Pittston Area.
Savakinus is a three-year starter for the Patriots and currently leads the Wyoming Valley Conference in batting average. He plans on majoring in nursing and chose Lackawanna because of the strength of their program and their success rate of placing student athletes into four-year programs. He credits Coach Zaffuto and the Pittston Area coaching staff for inspiring him to continue playing at the next level.