CVFAA FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME 

2019 Hall of Fame Inductees

Jason played and lettered for the Varsity Eagles in the fall of ‘89,  ‘90 and ‘91 as a quarterback, defensive back and punt returner.  As a CV player, Jason was a leader.  He was hardworking and versatile along with being a good athlete and a great teammate.
After graduation, Jason went to Bucknell University where he

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Harold (Butch) Bricker

​October 31, 1948 - April 12, 2019

CVFAA 2018 Special Recognition

CVFAA FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME

Tyler played and lettered for the Varsity Eagles in the fall of ‘11,  ‘12 and ‘13 as a running back, defensive back and kick/punt returner.  As a CV player, the content of Tyler’s character was as notable as his ability to perform.  He was dedicated to providing his teammates (”brothers”) with an experience

Russ Trimmer
Sam Sanzotto

Joe Carr

Bob Bowers
Harry Chapman, III
Dr. Gordon Myers
1977 Undefeated Team
Calvin Thompson
Bob Schellenberg
Larry Hall
1992 State Champion Team
Dr. Anthony Colistra
50 Years of CV Football
Ken Kramer
Scott Carmody
Robert Wolf
Lois Wolf
Bob “Doc” Miller
Liz Rimpfel

Don Heiges

Carol & Bill Brown

Harold Swidler

Dennis (Denny) L. Wise

Harold (Butch) Bricker

bring  him down.  After being part of Coach Rimpfel’s final season and 300th game, Jeremy went to the University of Maine where he played as a true freshman and started the next three years as a tight end/fullback and long-snapper. He was part of the University’s first outright conference championship (CAA). Jeremy graduated from the University of Maine in 2017 with a degree in Construction Technology.  After rookie mini camps with the Saints and the Bills, Jeremy retired from football, moved to southern York, and is currently a construction estimator for Kinsley Construction.

Jeremy played and lettered for the Varsity Eagles in the fall of ‘10,  ‘11 and ‘12 as a fullback, linebacker/defensive end, and long-snapper.  Known as a leader, a captain, and a freak on the field, Jeremy proved what the newspaper wrote: CV foes needed  “air support and tanks” to

Bachelor of Arts Sociology and History from Shippensburg University

History Teacher - Camp Hill School District

Masters Degree in Sociology and Education Administration

Social Studies Teacher, 12th Grade - Cumberland Valley School District

Assistant Football Coach - Cumberland Valley School District

Cumberland Valley High School Assistant Principal

Cumberland Valley High School Principal

Director of Secondary Education - Cumberland Valley School District ... Title was changed in 2000 to Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education

Retired from Cumberland Valley School District

Tyler Updegraff

#23 Class of 2014

Jordan Abner '06

Askari Adams ‘95
Charlie Adams ‘98
Marc Alexander ‘81
Ron Beible ‘72
William Beible ‘69
Nick Berra ‘87
Corey Bischof '04
Pat Bowen ‘78

Wyatt Bowman ,04
David Bretz ‘72
Bill Brown ‘69
Matt Brymesser '91
Brian Bullock ‘83
Tom Bushman '92
Mike Cesarano '02
Four Chapman ‘83
Joe Coldren ‘61
John Colarusso ‘83
Tony Colistra ‘89
Rod Coy ‘78
Mike Crum ‘78
Don Deckman ‘56

Jeremy DiPietro '12
Sean Dougherty ‘01
Michael Dugas ‘85
Jared Ebersole '01

Mike Ford '78

Dave Forney ‘56
Mike Frenette ‘09

Kyle Friend '12
Travis Friend '10
Gary Fritz ‘78
Charles Gaetano ‘69
Ron Gaetano ‘64
Mike Gaumer ‘93
Stan Gelbaugh ‘81

Lance Geesey '12
Jeff Gill ‘83

Tyler Guise '08
Cory Gumby ‘93
Bob Hare ‘57
Trevor Harmon '10
Dave Heckard ‘96
Bubba Heisler ‘05
Bill Henschke ‘68
Greg Herrold ‘06
Wayne Hertzler ‘77
Mike Hodge ‘88
Mark Hull ‘78
Dan Hurley ‘69
Sam Kinback ‘93

Colton Kirkpatrick '11
Scott Klinger ‘60
Kelly Kramer ‘85
Andy Krosnowski ‘81
Ed Lauer ‘60

Joe Lauer '99
Dan Lawlor '04
Kevin Lawlor ‘00
Jerold Lebold ‘85

Matt Lengel '09
Rick Lingle '72
Brad Mangle ‘76
Mike McCarthy ‘00
Brandon McKillip ‘93
John McKissick ‘81
Dave Mengle ‘75
Buck Mentzer ‘60

Honoring

the 1969 Team 

the Class of 1970

Anyone may nominate a CV Football Alumni or Coach for consideration for induction into the CV Football Hall of Fame.  All players must have graduated at least five (5) years prior and coaches may no longer be coaching at Cumberland Valley.  CLICK HERE   for a nomination form, pick one up at the CV Athletic Office, or submit your online nomination below.

... current members

Jason Rubin

#14 Class of 1992

CVFAA

Special Recognition

HONOREES

Denny was born in 1960 in Mechanicsburg.  He was one of five children born to Dot and Bill Wise.  He had two older sisters, an older brother, and a younger brother.  The family lived on a farm on Limekiln Road until 1971 when they moved to a farm on the Wertzville Road in the CV School District.


This is pretty much where Denny's story begins.  He and his brothers became students in the Cumberland Valley School District.  From day one, Denny embraced the CV culture and family.  While attending CV he was a wrestler and a football player and was everyone's friend and everyone's cheerleader!  His blood ran red and white.  He was an avid sports fan and could often be found watching and listening to multiple games at one time.  Even at a young age his favorite teams were the Phillies, Cowboys and Nittany Lions.  So, it was no surprise that after graduating from CV he attended Williamsport Area Community College where he wrestled and majored in Sports Broadcasting. 

After college he had a long career in the IT industry… but his passion still was sports; from professional to college to high school to youth programs. For 18 years he selflessly devoted himself to youth athletic programs.  Denny became known as Coach Wise to hundreds of young athletes in the Cumberland Valley Youth Football Programs.  But it didn't stop there.  He was also a supporter and volunteer coach in the East Pennsboro and Hampden Township Youth baseball and football programs.  He was an avid fan and supporter of youth athletic programs on the East and West Shores and tremendously impacted the lives of many young people. In addition to acting as a volunteer coach, Denny was actively involved in the CV Football Alumni Association. 

Denny's proudest, most satisfying role was as a father of two sons; Connor, who predeceased him and Aaron who is a senior at CV.

Whether you knew Dennis as Denny, Coach Wise, Dad, brother, friend or colleague, you knew that he would always be on your side and by your side!

Jeremy Salmon

#32 Class of 2013

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played football for two years before deciding to focus on his studies.  In 1996, Jason earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and went to work in medical sales.  In 2001 he married his wife, Michelle and in 2002 he earned his MBA from Penn State. Then, after 20 years in sales, Jason became a Financial Advisor.  Jason has two sons (Ryan, 15 & Tyler 11) and has coached their baseball teams for the past 10 years.  On behalf of the Cumberland Valley football family, we offer our sincerest sympathies to Jason on Michelle’s recent passing.

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Butch Bricker truly loved Cumberland Valley football and his players loved him too.  The defense captains that took his signals from the sideline knew in their hearts that Coach Bricker always did his best for every play he called, in every game he coached.

they will always remember.  After graduation, Tyler continued football and his education at Drake University where he spent four years studying business and creating life long relationships. His senior year Tyler started at running back and played his final season of football.   Tyler graduated from Drake University in 2018 with a Bachelor’s degree in business. He pursued an opportunity to teach at an international school in China and taught there for a year.  During this time, Tyler took full advantage of his unique location and traveled extensively throughout Asia. 

Dennis (Denny) L. Wise  ...  Class of 1979

​April 22, 1960 - April 3, 2019

CVFAA 2018 Special Recognition

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Special Recognition

HONOREES

Chad Miller ‘89
Mike Miszerack ‘75

Brandon Morris '09
Andy Moses ‘00
Dave Murphy ‘81
George Myers ‘58
Jesse Neumeyer ‘00
Andy Notarfrancesco ‘96
Chris Notarfrancesco ‘91

Craig Odiorne '96
Chris O’Neill ‘92
Josh Oswalt ‘04
Tommy Page ‘78
Randy Parsons ‘73
Roy Peffer ‘59
Damon Phelan ‘85

Ray Picking ‘72
Carl Pizzaro '75
Matt Plessinger ‘91
Brian Potteiger ‘93
Frank Potteiger ‘57
Jim Rich ‘72
Jon Ritchie ‘93
Bob Roberts ‘58
Dave Rowe ‘78

Jason Rubin '92
Charley Ruth ‘78
Mick Sadler '94

Jeremy Salmon '13
Erik Sauve’ ‘90
James Sauve’ ‘90
Jeff Sauve’ ‘91
Jeremy Sauve’ ‘96
Jon Sauve’ ‘00

Eric Sawyer '11
William Saylor ‘59
Ken Sgrignoli ‘58
John Sharbaugh ‘02
Zach Sheaffer '04
Ralph Shires ‘83

Kevin Snyder '11

Neil Stamy ‘90
Brandon Stanford ‘02
Larry Stanford ‘99
Art Thomas ‘99

Chris Thomas '02
William Thumma ‘58

Tyler Updegraff '14
Jake Wagner ‘62
Dan Walsh ‘00
Dino Webster ‘86
Ron Wentz ‘58
Steve Wiles ‘86
Todd Williams '80
Lance Woodell ‘80
Daniel Zorger ‘97
COACHES
Ron Audo

John Bates
Harold Bricker
Joe Carr
Harry Chapman III
Joe Correal
Robert Crobak
Gary Quigley
Tim Rimpfel
Samuel Sanzotto
Dave Stewart
Ken Woodhall