Penn-Trafford’s Esports teams are back in action for the 2022-2023 competition season. Esports revolves around video game competitions, particularly the type with multiple players battling their opponents and reliant upon strategy. Penn-Trafford Teacher John Carlisle covers game strategy and tactics across the different Esports in his class of 20 students at Penn-Trafford High School.
On Friday, February 10, the PT teams competed at River Valley School District’s Steam Academy. PT’s Valorant team took 1st place and its Rocket League team took 2nd.
Mr. Carlisle with the Valorant team of Emily Truong, AJ Slack, Brayden Seech, Drew Tamborski, and Alex Adomaitis
Members of PT’s eSports teams include Braeden Cianciotti, Dylan Magill, Hunter Muir, Emily Truong, Nick Sandrock, Landon Orloski, Rye McWilliams, Brayden Seech, Drew Sherwin, AJ Slack, Vincent Patalski, Alex Adomaitis, Zach Hans, Mr. Carlisle (coach), and Drew Tamborski
Drew Sherwin, Braeden Cianciotti, and Dylan Magill in action