Robert “Bob” Muolo

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Bob Muolo exemplifies what it means to be a Red Tornado. When Bob couldn’t break into a very talented offensive and defensive backfield, he told Coach Diminick that he would do whatever had to be done to get on the field. He won a position as a starting guard on a team that went 12-0 and won the Eastern Conference Championship in 1973. During his 3 years as a letter winner at MCA, Bob was part of 2 Eastern Conference champions and left with a 24 game win streak.

Bob was also a 4 year letterman with Coach Gerry Breslin’s track team which won 2 District IV Track Championships and individually was part of the 880 yard relay championship team in 1972.

Following high school, Bob went on to Dickinson College where he continued to be a 2 sport athlete. As a member of Dickinson’s football team, Bob became a 3 year starter; one defensive end and 2 at defensive back where he lead the team in interceptions in 1975.

He was a 4 year letterman in track while at Dickinson and captained the 1978 Dickinson College track team. He was a member of the 440 yard relay team which won the MAC Championship for Dickinson.

Bob has remained active in sports presently coaching football for Selinsgrove Midget Football League. He also maintains a position as an assistant track coach with the Shikellamy High School girls track team.

Bob is currently a partner in Wiest, Saylor, Muolo, Noon and Swinehart Law Firm in Sunbury.

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