With over 2,800 passing yards and 27 touchdown passes, Griffin Pasik was one of the most successful quarterbacks in the history of the Boyertown Area High School football program.
In his senior season, he threw for 1,478 yards with 14 touchdowns and owned a 50.26 completion percentage. He hopes to continue that this coming fall. He recently signed his letter of intent to play football at East Stroudsburg University.
“I liked the university and the area while on tour during my visit,” said Pasik about East Stroudsburg. “I’m comfortable with the coaching staff and I like the close proximity to home.”
The son of Chris and Becky Pasik, Griffin was the Bears’ offensive M.V.P. this season, as well as being named to the All-PAC-10 second team, and received an Honorable Mention on the All-Berks Team.
“Griffin is one of Boyertown’s top passers in school history,” said Mark Scisly, the Bears’ head coach all four years Pasik was on the team. “He had a tremendous career and it was great to watch him mature, both as a player and person through the four years that I coached him. He made huge strides because of his strong work ethic and commitment to the sport of football. I have no doubt he will do well at the next level.”
Pasik considered other colleges as well, including Clarion University, Millersville University, Utica College and Mercyhurst University.
“Everything I’ve accomplished I owe to my family, coaching staff, teammates and friends,” said Pasik. “Next fall I plan on going in and competing with an understanding that I have to earn everything that comes my way, both academically and athletically.”
Pasik plans on majoring in criminal justice.