John Wiley among 5 football coaches picked for PSFCA hall

Wednesday, May 9, 2018 | 4:10 PM

John Wiley, who was a head football coach for 24 years at Danville, Titusville and Clearfield before joining son T.J. Wiley's staff in the WPIAL, was among five hall of fame inductees announced this week by the Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association.

Wiley coached with his son at Penn-Trafford, Deer Lakes and Northgate, where T.J. Wiley remains coach. John Wiley also was an assistant coach at North Hills.

Also chosen for induction were Susquehanna's Dick Bagnall, Downingtown/Coatesville's John Barr, Pottsville/Shenandoah Valley's Kevin Keating and Central York's Brad Livingston.

The induction ceremony is June 16 in Harrisburg. The five coaches also will be honored that day at the Big 33 Football Classic.

PSFCA Hall of Fame members are enshrined at Penn State's Beaver Stadium.

Chris Harlan is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at or via Twitter @CHarlan_Trib.

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