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Nick Pinchek was part of a dynamic duo at Parkland HS, teaming with Nittany Lion teammate Austin Scott to lead Parkland to the 2002 Class AAAA state championship. The talented and hard-working Pinchek has been productive when he's had an opportunity to carry the ball the past two years and is looking to continue his improvement and earn more playing time during his senior season.
2006 Senior Season
Pinchek's continued hard work resulted in game action in the wins over Northwestern and Temple, gaining 12 yards on five carries, with nine yards against the Owls.
2005 Junior Season
Pincheck saw action against Cincinnati and Central Michigan, gaining 15 yards on four carries against the Chippewas. He provided depth at tailback and was a strong contributor on the foreign team.
2004 Sophomore Season
Pinchek was a valuable member of the foreign team, but his efforts did not result in any playing time.
Pinchek accumulated more than 3,300 career all-purpose yards for Coach Rob Melosky at Parkland HS. Pinchek and teammate Austin Scott led Parkland to the 2002 Pennsylvania Class AAAA state championship. During his senior year, he was a Pennsylvania Football News first-team all-state specialist and was named first-team All-Lehigh Valley Athletic Conference as a running back and safety. The Allentown Morning Call awarded him with first-team all-area fullback honors in 2002. As a senior, he rushed for 1,037 yards and 12 touchdowns and made 14 receptions for 223 yards and two scores. In his career, he rushed for 2,413 yards and 23 touchdowns, made 44 receptions for 574 yards and four scores and had 331 return yards. A team co-captain and MVP, Pinchek also made four career interceptions. Pinchek played in the 2003 McDonald's All-Star game and the 2003 East-West All-Star game. He also participated in track and field for two years.
Full name is Nicholas Joseph Pinchek. He is the youngest of Al and Mary Karen Pinchek's three sons. His brothers are Erik and Josh. Pinchek is a kinesiology major. In his spare time he can be found in the weight room or snowboarding. Born September 4, 1984 in Allentown, Pa.
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