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PA Football News and Circle W Sports launch football recruiting service

PA Football News and Circle W Sports launch football recruiting service

February 7, 2019

Wellsboro, PA - Circle W Sports, the new name in the game for High School sports, and PA Football News have just launched a new recruiting website directed solely for football.

Keystone Football Recruits, a website two years in the making, will help connect football recruits throughout the state of Pennsylvania with college coaches throughout the country.

The best part is that it is completely free to high school football athletes. With extensive search features college coaches will find everything they need from recruits, all the athlete needs to do is keep their information on the site updated.

"When I needed a quality website built that would create the best database possible for Pennsylvania football recruits to be connected to coaches it was a no brainer," PA Football News owner Billy Splain said. "Circle W Sports built my other website,, and will be rebuilding PA Football News soon, and my experience has been great. Their sites are easy to use and easy to navigate."

Circle W Sports found its beginnings in 2006 when owner Ed Weaver launched, the flagship website promoting the Wellsboro Hornet Football team. The organization provides the latest up-to-date scores, statistics, and coverage in this region. Since 2006, has recorded over a half million page views and has spawned other websites including,,,,,,, and Each website provides player information, rosters, schedules, statistics, and history about each Wellsboro team.

Circle W Sports also runs and manages websites for PIAA District IV, the Northern Tier League, the Tioga County Sports Hall of Fame, Vaportrail 24/7, and the PIAA District 4 Football Coaches Association, provides statistical data to Pennsylvania Football News,,, Home Page Sports, Fox Sports Williamsport, and the Valley Sports Report, and has launched websites for Athens Foootball, Loyalsock Football, Southern Columbia Football, and Selinsgrove Football.

"Since Circle W Sports was formed, our primary goal has been to help student-athletes continue playing the sports they love," said Circle W Sports' owner Ed Weaver. "Keystone Football Recruits takes what the primary Circle W Sports' platform can do and goes one step further. Through our partnership with PA Football News and, we'll be able to provide even more information about student-athletes throughout the Keystone state."