The teams for the 54th annual Big 33 game were announced today, and for the second straight year, no YAIAA players were named to the team. A pair of local standouts figured to have a shot at making the Pennsylvania roster: Dallastown linebacker Ben Kline and Red Lion two-way lineman Andrew Zeller. They have verbally committed to Penn State and Maryland, respectively. Neither, however, cracked the 34-player roster, which was announced live today on the PCN Television Network. The last York-Adams league player to make the storied contest, which features all-star teams from Pennsylvania and Ohio, was former William Penn receiver Malik Generett in 2009. This year's game will be played at Hersheypark Stadium on Saturday, June 18 at 7:30 p.m. What are your thoughts? Did Kline and/or Zeller deserve to make the team.

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