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District 11 Notes- Week 10

DISTRICT NOTES:  District leaders are now listed at the bottom.

 

RUNNINGBACKS:  Darnell Ferrell of Central Catholic became the 3rd District 11 back to rush for 300 yards in a game this year.  QB Thoman Melchiorre of ESN rushed for 304 yards in week 3 vs Allen and Mike Mitchell of Pleasant Valley rushed for 301 yards vs ESS in week 6.  Ferrell rushed for 305 yards and 5 td’s in a win over Bethlehem Catholic.  Ferrell has now rushed for 1,640 yards and scored a total of 40 td’s this season.  His yardage moves him into 5th place at Central, 30 yards ahead of former teammate Alvin Pacheco.  He’s 1 td short of the single season school record of 41 set by Colin McDermitt in 2012.  Surprisingly, Ferrell hasn’t even reached half the rushing total McDermitt had that year (3,293 yards).  His 53 career td’s ties him with Parkland’s Sean Bleiler and Liberty’s Ahkeem Smith on the District list.  Lubens Myers of Emmaus went over 1,000 yards in their win over Parkland and the sophomore now has 1,045 yards on the season.  Dylan Rabuck of Williams Valley rushed for 231 yards and 3 td’s in their win over Pine Grove and continues to lead the District with his 1,685 yards.  Rabuck needs 35 yards to break Matt Miller’s school record of 1,719 yards that he set in 2014.  Saivaughn Vass of Bangor finished the season with 1,313 yards and 18 total td’s.  Both are 6th best at Bangor.  Last week, Vass was one of four Colonial League running backs to go over 2,000 yards rushing for their career’s.  Vass finished with 2,093 yards and 25 td’s.  Combine those totals with his brother Phil’s career stats and it adds up to 5,248 yards and 62 td’s.  The second player is Job Goodman of Wilson.  Goodman went over 1,000 yards rushing on the season vs Notre Dame and finished with 1,165 yards.  That total is the 4th highest at Wilson, just missing 2nd place by 5 yards.  Sean Hoffman sits in 2nd and 3rd place with his 1,169 yards in 2004 and his 1,166 yards in 2006.  Billy Stocker holds the record with his 1,708 yards that he set in 1998.  Goodman, a junior, now has 2,106 career yards.  The 3rd player is Mitch Daniel of Notre Dame.  Daniel now has 2,033 career rushing yards.  The fourth back is Logan Sterner of Pen Argyl.  Sterner, a junior, rushed for 253 yards and 4 td’s in their win over Bangor and now has 1,375 yards and 25 td’s on the season.  He moved ahead of his dad’s rushing total of 1,222 yards that he also accomplished as a junior in 1986 at Pen Argyl.  Logan now has 2,061 yards and 39 td’s for his career.  His 25 td’s this year ties him with Woody Petchel and Ed MicGinley for 4th place at the school for a single season.  Justin St. Hill of Jim Thorpe rushed for 246 yards and 2 td’s in their win over Lehighton and now has over 1,000 yards on the season.  The junior has rushed for 1,038 yards while scoring 15 td’s this year.  Luke Strauss of Southern Lehigh rushed for 205 yards and 2 td’s in their win over Salisbury last week.  Strauss, another junior, now has 1,211 yards for the season.  St. Hill and Strauss are neck and neck looking to get on the career chart.  St. Hill has 1,387 yards and 19 td’s while Strauss has 1,383 yards and 18 career td’s.  Sone Ntoh of Emmaus has scored 18 td’s this season and is now tied with Joe Williams (Utah’s leading rusher this year) and Khaleel Artis for 4th place at the school for a single season.  Jarrad Pope of ES South also went over 1,000 yards rushing on the season and now has 1,014 yards.

QUARTERBACKS:  Jake Cirillo of East Stroudsburg South threw for 251 yards and 3 td’s in their win over ES North.  Cirillo now has 1,903 yards and 24 td’s on the season and 6,208 yards and 67 td’s for his career.  Cirillo’s career yards puts him in 10th place all-time in the District and is 142 yards behind Devante Cross of Parkland.  His td’s put him in 9th place on the District list, 3 behind Liberty’s Doug Erney.  Brandon Keyes of Pleasant Valley threw for 277 yards and 2 td’s against Stroudsburg to up his District leading totals to 2,259 yards passing and 32 td passes.  Keyes broke Brandon Leap’s school record of 2,152 that he set as a junior in 2012.  Travis Stefanik of Nazareth threw for 220 yards and 3 td’s and also rushed for 112 yards and 2 td’s vs Easton.  Stefanik needs 40 yards passing to go over 2,000 yards for the 2nd year in a row.  His 5,256 career yards moves him up to 24th place all-time in the District, 9 yards behind Zack Bradley of Catasauqua.  Stefanik also needs 16 yards rushing to join the 2,000/2,000 yard club.  Garrett Perschy of Palmerton threw for 208 yards and a td in their win over Northern Lehigh.  Perschy cracks the top 50 on the District all-time list and moves into 48th place.  He’s also tied for 2nd place at Palmerton for td passes (16) in a single season with Chris Lucykanish (1993).  Joe Young of Freedom sits just outside the top 50 in 53rd place with his 3,876 yards.  Andrew Brett of Catasauqua threw for 262 yards and 2 td’s vs Northwestern to up his season totals to 1,835 yards and 14 td passes.  His yardage this year puts him in 4th place at the school.  Cole DeFranco of Notre Dame threw for 228 yards and 3 td’s in their win over Wilson to go over 2,000 yards passing for the season.  He now has 2,025 yards and 16 td passes this year.  DeFranco’s yardage moves him into 3rd place for passing yardage in a single season at Notre Dame.  Freshman, Deven Bollinger of Northwestern threw for 233 yards and 4 td’s in their win over Catasauqua.  Bollinger’s season totals are now at 1,730 yards and 18 td passes.  Ethan Kuczinski of Marian Catholic went over 1,000 yards passing for the 3rd year in a row.  He now has 1,055 this year and 3,898 yards (51st highest in the District) for his career.  Danny Lozada of Schuylkill Haven went over 2,000 yards passing in his career and now had 2,032 yards.  He needs 127 yards rushing to join the 2,000/2,000 yard club.  Zachary Gilbert of Whitehall threw for 278 yards and 4 td’s in their win over Northampton.  His season totals are now up to 1,851 yards and 18 td passes.  His yardage is 3rd best and his td passes are 5th best at Whitehall for a single season.  Ben Nimeh of Easton threw for a school record 275 yards while throwing 4 td passes in their win over Nazareth.  Mike Miller in 1971 and Matt Loebsack in 1998 both threw for 237 yards in a game to hold the old record.  Logan Edmond of Southern Lehigh had his 3rd – 200 yard plus game last week and the sophomore now has thrown for 1,491 yards and 16 td’s.

RECEIVERS:  Trevor Cunningham of Northwestern caught 7 passes for 170 yards (2 td’s) and had 8 carries for 147 yards and 2 td’s vs Northern Lehigh.  One of his td catches went for a school reecord 86 yards.  Cunningham has 46 catches on the year which is 1 short of Cam Richardson’s school record.  He is the first Tiger to go over 1,000 yards for a season and now has 1,044 yards.  His 13 td catches this year is also 1 behind Richardson’s school record.  Tim Walter of Southern Lehigh has now caught 46 passes for 764 yards and 10 td’s this season.  His career totals are 124 catches for 2,071 yards and 27 td catches.  Walter moves into a 13th place tie with Paryss Marshall of Catasauqua and Nick Merva of Shenandoah Valley on the District career reception list.  He moves up 6 spots to 14th place for career reception yardage on the list.  John Murphy of ES South takes over the District lead for receptions with his school record 62 catches.  Dan Cason held the old record when he had 57 catches in 2009.  Murphy caught 8 passes for 82 yards and another 3 td’s vs ES North.  That’s the 5th time this year that Murphy has caught at least 3 td passes in a game.  He now has 21 td catches this year breaking the old school record of 20 that Cason had in 2009.  Desmond Boykin of Whitehall who held the lead since week 3, caught 6 passes for 141 yards and a td last week to up his season totals to 61 catches for 859 yards and 7 td catches.  Boykin joins the “100 catch” club and now has 102 for his career.  Justin Richardson of Pleasant Valley is the first Bear to go over 1,000 yards receiving in a season (1,036).  Teammates Ryan Greene and Miguel Hernandez of Catasauqua now have 54 and 52 receptions respectfully.  They moved into 2nd and 3rd place all-time at Catasauqua just ahead of teammate Corey Raysely’s 51 catches that he had last year.  Jakob Herres of Easton caught 4 passes for a school record 172 yards and 2 td’s.  Mark Libiano held the old record when he had 161 yards on 6 catches vs Whitehall in 1991.  Ja’lon Perkins of Dieruff caught 4 passes for 151 yards and a td vs Allen.  Before that game, Perkins only had a total of 4 catches for 130 yards on the season.  FreshmanTavion Banks of Bethlehem Catholic caught his first 5 passes of his career for 204 yards and a td last week vs Central Catholic.  He’s the first freshman in the a District to ever have 200 yards receiving in a game.  Jahan Dotson held the previous record with 180 yards

KICKERS:  John Schultheis of Pococo Mountain East kicked 40 & 43 yard field goals in a 34-32 win over Wilkes-Barre GAR in 1996

 

Week 10 Trivia:  Ethen Aquino of Wilson caught 27 passes as a freshman and 21 as a sophomore.  Name the 5 players in the District to have at least 20 receptions as a freshman and a sophomore.

Week 9 Trivia: Dashaun Peterson of Freedom became the 9th Patriot to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season.  How many of the other 8 rushers can you name and who is only player at Freedom to do it twice? Mike Lawrence, Kyle Moore, Frank Copper, Dave Walters, Ediie Mateo, Darrius Webb, Okezie Alozie.  Lawrence was the first to reach 1,000 yards and the only one to do it twice.  He had 1,072 yards as a junior in 1982 and 1,289 yards in 1983.

Week 8 Trivia: Brandon Keyes of Pleasant Valley threw 6 td passes in week 7 and 5 in week 8.  At first it looked like he also threw 6 td’s last week but his first td pass he actually threw 2 yards behind him to Justin Richardson and it was counted as a lateral and a td run for Richardson.  With that being said.  Who’s the only District quarterback to throw for 6 td’s in back to back games? Don Rubright of Slatington threw for 6 td’s in back to back games against Catasauqua and Whitehall in 1969.  Rubright a junior that year, ended the season throwing for 1,581 yards and a school record 21 td’s.  Karl Andreas who went on to play at Clemson, caught 29 passes for 591 yards and 10 td’s.  The team finished the season 10-0.  They had tough wins over Pennridge (13-6), Lehighton (12-0), Northampton (25-16), Stroudsburg (22-12) and Upper Perkiomen (14-0) to go along with their other 5 wins over Parkland (39-6), Emmaus (29-0), Catasauqua (54-0), Whitehall (60-6) and lastly a Thanksgiving morning win over Palmerton (62-0).

Week 7 Trivia:  Northampton football has won many league championships and has had many powerhouse teams.  They also play an extra game each year vs Catasauqua on Thanksgiving morning.  But they’ve only had 8 players that rushed for 1,000 yards in a season.  How many of the 8 can you name and who holds the record? Denny Onkotz (1965), Mike Drexler (1981 & 1982), Jim Scott (1997), Phil Hard (1999), Jeff Pammer (2003), Devin Kline (2004) and the record holder was the last one to do it.  Shane Fenningham rushed 1,257 yards in 2008 (13 games) breaking Onkotz’s old record of 1,234 yards (8 games).

Week 6 Trivia: Carson’s 48 yard field goal vs BECA is not a school record.  Dalton’s 7 field goals in one season isn’t a school record either.  Who kicked the longest field goal in Emmaus history and who kicked the most field goals in one season at Emmaus?Mike Wascura kicked a 49 yarder vs BECA in 1999.  Austin O’Brien kicked 8 field goals as a sophomore in 2008.

 

Week 5 Trivia: Deven Bollinger of Northwestern went over 1,000 yards passing last week to become the 9th freshman to do accomplish that in District 11.  How many of the other 8 can you name and who did first? Jake Cirillo (ESS 2013), AJ Long (Pius X 2010), Alex Atiyeh (Dieruff 2003), Ryan Fry (Nazareth 1995), Brent Andrew (Marian Catholic 1994), Jim Weidle (Mahanoy Area 1992), Dan Kendra III (BECA 1991) and the first to do it was Ric Schumacher of Notre Dame in 1988.

 

Week 4 Trivia: Desmond Boykin of Whitehall had 207 yards receiving last week vs Liberty.  That is not a school record.  Who holds the school record for most receiving yards in a game at Whitehall?  HINT: He was a “one game wonder”.  Question #2… I’ll make it a little bit easier.  Boykin became the 8th Zephyr to go over 1,000 yards receiving in their career.  How many of the other 7 players can you name?  In a 31-14 Thanksgiving day loss to Emmaus in 1988, Fred Delucia had 9 catches for a school record 228 yards.  In Stan Luckenbill’s last game as head coach, Delucia caught 4 passes from starter Dave Swartley in the first half.  Then, in the second half Luckenbill inserted sophomore qb Mike Buskirk.  Buskirk connected with Delucia 5 times for 155 yards and 2 td’s.  Question 2 answer: Mike Peters, Adam Skrapits, Joel Cesare, Jim Potocnie, Matt Hamscher, Tyler Artim and Conner Sullivan.

 

Week 3 Trivia:  Joe Young of Freedom (3,001 career passing yards) needs 393 passing yards to break the school record.   Who holds the record with 3,393 passing yards for their career at Freedom?  Jeff Haberl threw for 3,393 yards from 1995-96.  Haberl would throw for 1,443 yards (16 td’s) as a junior and then throw for 1,950 yards (19 td’s) as a senior.  He would complete 71 passes for 1,459 yards and 14 td’s to his bookend wide receivers Matt Kacanda and Trent Clark.

 

Week 2 Trivia:

No player in the District rushed for 200 yards last week.  When was the last time that happened in the regular season? There’s been a player in District 11 rush for at least 200 yards in 51 consecutive regular season weeks and counting.  I’m currently back to 2010 (week 10) researching to find a 200 yard rusher.

 

Week 1 Trivia:  Mitch Daniel of Notre Dame rushed for over 1,000 yards (1,096) and caught passes for over 500 yards (525) in 2015.  Who is the only other player in District 11 to accomplish this?  Hint: He played D1, but didn’t play offense.  Kyshoen Jarrett of East Stroudsburg South rushed for 1,027 yards and caught 33 passes for 591 yards in 2010.  Jarrett had a successful career at Virginia Tech making 249 career tackles from his safety position.

 

2016 single game highs: ( ) is the week the player accomplished the stat

 

Single Game Touchdowns (4)

7 (5), 5 (2), 5 (9), 5 (10), 4 (3), 4 (4), 4 (6), 4 (8) Darnell Ferrell (Central Catholic) *7 Ties School Record*

6 (6), 4 (8), 4 (10) Logan Sterner (Pen Argyl) *School Record*

5 (4) Mike Stasko (Palmerton) *Owns School Record of 6 set in 2015* 

5 (8) Justin Richardson (Pleasant Valley) *Ties School Record*

5 (7) Nick Breiner (Tamaqua)

5 (8), 4 (4) John Murphy (East Stroudsburg South)

5 (9) Matt Lewandowski (Mahanoy Area)

4 (1) Thomas Melchiorre (East Stroudsburg North)

4 (2) Mitch Daniel (Notre Dame)

4 (4), 4 (5) Sone Ntoh (Emmaus)

4 (4), 4 (7) Dashaun Peterson (Freedom)

4 (4), 4 (7) Zach Petiet (Saucon Valley)

4 (4), 4 (9) Saivaughn Voss (Bangor)

4 (5) Randy Terry III (Bethlehem Catholic)

4 (6) Mike Mitchell (Pleasant Valley)

4 (6) Luke Strauss (Southern Lehigh)

4 (6) Jared Colletti (Palisades)

4 (7) Mike Mayernik (Lehighton)

4 (7) Desmond Boykin (Whitehall)

4 (9) Eddie Brown (East Stroudsburg South)

4 (10) Trevor Cunningham (Northwestern)

 

Single Game Rushing Yardage (200)

305 (10), 235 (4), 213 (3) Darnell Ferrell (Central Catholic)

304 (3), 254 (9) Thomas Melchiorre (East Stroudsburg North)

301 (6), 217 (9) Mike Mitchell (Pleasant Valley) *School Record*

272 (3) Jamaal Brome (Stroudsburg)

272 (7) Saivaughn Vass (Bangor)

272 (9), 243 (8) Zach Petiet (Saucon Valley)

270 (8), 258 (3), 253 (10) Logan Sterner (Pen Argyl)

265 (3) Brandon Belfonti (Northern Lehigh)

265 (8) Lubens Myers (Emmaus)

262 (5), 231 (10), 206 (6), 201 (9) Dylan Rabuck (Williams Valley)

251 (7) Dashaun Peterson (Freedom)

246 (10) Justin St. Hill (Jim Thorpe)

230 (6), 205 (10) Luke Strauss (Southern Lehigh)

226 (5) Richie Zahodnick (North Schuylkill)

216 (1) Randy Terry III (Bethlehem Catholic)

215 (9), 212 (5) Job Goodman (Wilson)

210 (4) Danny Scheib (Tri-Valley)

217 (9), 210 (5) Cam Lutz (Pine Grove)

Single Game Passing Yardage (200)

462 (8), 288 (2), 251 (10) Jake Cirillo (East Stroudsburg South) *School Record*

335 (3), 224 (1), 206 (10) Logan Edmond (Southern Lehigh) 

335 (7), 277 (10), 271 (8), 264 (6), 244 (4), 229 (1), 217 (2) Brandon Keyes (Pleasant Valley) 

315 (1), 240 (2), 235 (3) Cody Scherer (Lehighton) *School Record*

305 (1), 254 (3), 239 (5), 228 (10) Cole DeFranco (Notre Dame)

304 (8), 260 (7), 234 (3), 220 (10), 215 (9), 210 (1) Travis Stefanik (Nazareth)

302 (2), 297 (1), 262 (10) Andrew Brett (Catasaqua)

291 (3), 264 (5), 256 (7), 241 (1), 233 (10) Deven Bollinger (Northwestern) *School Record*

282 (3), 278 (10), 266 (7), 225 (1), 218 (1) Zachary Gilbert (Whitehall)

276 (5), 260 (8), 210 (7) Ethan Persa (Central Catholic)

276 (8) Romeo Wright (Allen)

275 (10) Ben Nimeh (Easton) *School Record*

266 (7), 204 (2), 201 (1) Hunter Kennedy (Panther Valley)

264 (5), 259 (4), 254 (7), 234 (9), 208 (10) Garrett Perschy (Palmerton)

258 (4) Doug Weist (North Schuylkill)

255 (3) Noah Allegretta (Shenandoah Valley)

247 (8) Quidanie Vega (Dieruff)

245 (8), 234 (9) Dylan Della Valle (Pocono Mountain West)

243 (2), 221 (7) Logan Yoder (Tri-Valley)

243 (5), 243 (7) Javon Clements (Bethlehem Catholic)

226 (8) Eric Wapinsky (Pottsville)

223 (6), 210 (1) Joe Young (Freedom)

215 (10) Liam Nixon (Bethlehem Catholic)

208 (2) Todd Erney (Liberty)

207 (3) Scott Poulson (Easton)

Single Game TD Passes (4)

6 (7), 5 (4), 5 (8) Brandon Keyes (Pleasant Valley) *Ties School Record*

6 (8) Jake Cirillo (East Stroudsburg South) *School Record*

5 (2) Andrew Brett (Catasauqua) *Ties School Record*

5 (7), 4 (8) Ethan Persa (Central Catholic)

4 (3) Logan Edmond (Southern Lehigh) *Ties School Record*

4 (4) Garrett Perschy (Palmerton) *Ties School Record*

4 (7) Javon Clements (Bethlehem Catholic)

4 (7) Travis Stefanik (Nazareth)

4 (7) Logan Yoder (Tri-Valley)

4 (10) Zachary Gilbert (Whitehall) *Ties School Record*

4 (10) Deven Bollinger (Northwestern) *Ties School Record*

Single Game Receptions (10)

12 (6) Jason Najunas (Shenandoah Valley) *School Record*

11 (2) Miguel Hernandez (Catasauqua) *Ties School Record*

11 (8) Felix Alvarez (Allen) *Ties School Record*

10 (4) Desmond Boykin (Whitehall) *Ties School Record*

10 (7), 10 (8) John Murphy (East Stroudsburg South)

10 (7) Zac Keifer (Nazareth)

Single Game Reception Yardage (150)

207 (4), 191 (7) Desmond Boykin (Whitehall)

206 (8), 190 (2) John Murphy (East Stroudsburg South) *School Record*

204 (10) Tavion Banks (Bethlehem Catholic)

187 (1), 176 (3), 164 (8) Justin Richardson (Pleasant Valley)

184 (1), 170 (10), 161 (5), 153 (7) Trevor Cunningham (Northwestern) *School Record*

176 (2) Darian Street (Liberty)

172 (10) Jakob Herrer (Easton) *School Record*

168 (3) Julian Liaci (Nazareth)

167 (7) Zachary Keifer (Nazareth)

151 (10) Ja’lon Perkins (Dieruff)

Single Game Reception TD’s (3)

5 (8), 4 (4), 3 (2), 3 (7), 3 (10) John Murphy (East Stroudsburg South) *School Record* Ties District Record

4 (8), 3 (1) Justin Richardson (Pleasant Valley) *Ties School Record*

3 (3) Trevor Cunningham (Northwestern)

3 (3) Timmy Walter (Southern Lehigh) *Ties School Record*

3 (4) Desmond Boykin (Whitehall) *Ties School Record*

3 (3) Mike Stasko (Palmerton)

3 (6) Alex Huertas (Freedom)

3 (7), 3 (8) Thomas Murphy (Central Catholic)

3 (7) Zachary Keifer (Nazareth)

3 (8) Shawn O’Toole (Jim Thorpe)

District Season Leaders (2016)

 

Rushing (1000)

1685 Dylan Rabuck (Williams Valley)

1640 Darnell Ferrell (Central Catholic)

1586 Thomas Melchiorre (East Stroudsburg North)

1400 Mike Mitchell (Pleasant Valley) *School Record*

1375 Logan Sterner (Pen Argyl)

1367 Zach Petiet (Saucon Valley)

1313 Saivaughn Vass (Bangor)

1297 Jamaal Brome (Stroudsburg)

1211 Luke Strauss (Southern Lehigh)

1210 Danny Scheib (Tri-Valley)

1165 Job Goodman (Wilson)

1140 Randy Terry (Bethlehem Catholic)

1122 Jared Colletti (Palisades)

1052 Dashaun Peterson (Freedom)

1045 Lubens Myers (Emmaus)

1038 Justin St. Hill (Jim Thorpe)

1014 Jarrad Pope (East Stroudsburg South)

 

Touchdowns (16)

40 Darnell Ferrell (Central Catholic)

25 Mike Mitchell (Pleasant Valley) *School Record*

25 Logan Sterner (Pen Argyl)

22 John Murphy (East Stroudsburg South)

21 Zach Petiet (Saucon Valley)

20 Thomas Melchiorre (East Stroudsburg North)

20 Jamaal Brome (Stroudsburg)

18 Sone Ntoh (Emmaus)

18 Saivaugh Vass (Bangor)

18 Trevor Cunningham (Northwestern)

17 Jared Colletti (Palisades)

17 Dashaun Peterson (Freedom)

17 Mike Stasko (Palmerton)

16 Justin Richardson (Pleasant Valley)

16 Mike Kalyan (Schuylkill Haven)

16 Dylan Rabuck (Williams Valley)

16 Mitch Daniel (Notre Dame)

16 Luke Strauss (Southern Lehigh)

Passing Yards (1000)

2259 Brandon Keyes (Pleasant Valley) *School Record*

2025 Cole DeFranco (Notre Dame)

1960 Travis Stefanik (Nazareth)

1903 Jake Cirillo (East Stroudsburg South)

1891 Ethan Persa (Central Catholic)

1851 Zachary Gilbert (Whitehall)

1835 Andrew Brett (Catasauqua)

1730 Deven Bollinger (Northwestern) *School Record*

1719 Garrett Perschy (Palmerton)

1491 Logan Edmond (Southern Lehigh)

1409 Joe Young (Freedom)

1334 Cody Scherer (Lehighton)

1237 Eric Wapinsky (Pottsville)

1232 Noah Allegretta (Shenandoah Valley)

1228 Derek Sheaffer (Emmaus)

1198 Hunter Kennedy (Panther Valley)

1178 Quidanie Vega (Dieruff)

1170 Brett Yarnall (Stroudsburg)

1140 Thad Zuber (Tamaqua)

1130 Dylan Della Valle (Pocono Mountain West)

1055 Ethan Kuczinski (Marian Catholic)

1015 Javon Clements (Bethlehem Catholic)

Touchdown Passes (16)

32 Brandon Keyes (Pleasant Valley) *School Record*

24 Jake Cirillo (East Stroudsburg South)

20 Travis Stefanik (Nazareth)

18 Deven Bollinger (Northwestern)

18 Zachary Gilbert (Whitehall)

17 Ethan Persa (Central Catholic)

16 Eric Wapinsky (Pottsville)

16 Garrett Perschy (Palmerton)

16 Logan Edmond (Southern Lehigh)

16 Cole DeFranco (Notre Dame)

Receptions (30)

62 John Murphy (East Stroudsburg South) *School Record*

61 Desmond Boykin (Whitehall)

54 Jalen Simpson (Notre Dame)

54 Ryan Greene (Catasauqua)

52 Miguel Hernandez (Catasauqua)

46 Timmy Walter (Southern Lehigh)

46 Trevor Cunningham (Northwestern)

45 Justin Richardson (Pleasant Valley)

44 Gavin Zehner (Lehighton)

41 Alec Huertas (Freedom)

39 Corey Raysely (Catasauqua)

39 Jon Moran (Notre Dame)

38 Mike Stasko (Catasauqua)

38 Tom Murphy (Central Catholic)

37 Felix Alvarez (Allen)

36 Julian Liaci (Nazareth)

36 Jason Najunas (Shenandoah Valley)

33 Josh Artis (Emmaus)

32 Jackson Buskirk (Whitehall)

31 Mike Vinas (Shenandoah Valley)

30 Malik Talib (Allen)

Reception Yardage (500)

1044 Trevor Cunningham (Northwestern) *School Record*

1036 Justin Richardson (Pleasant Valley) *School Record*

964 John Murphy (East Stroudsburg South)

859 Desmond Boykin (Whitehall)

764 Timmy Walter (Southern Lehigh)

723 Miguel Hernandez (Catasauqua)

678 Jalen Simpson (Notre Dame)

666 Thomas Murphy (Central Catholic)

647 Julian Liaci (Nazareth)

638 Gavin Zehner (Lehighton)

606 Zac Keifer (Nazareth)

586 Alec Huertas (Freedom)

549 Mike Stasko (Palmerton)

544 Ryan Greene (Whitehall)

538 Josh Artis (Emmaus)

535 Chris Monaco (Pocono Mountain West)

513 Darian Street (Liberty)

 

Reception Touchdowns (9)

21 John Murphy (East Stroudsburg South) *School Record*

15 Justin Richardson (Pleasant Valley) *School Record*

13 Trevor Cunningham (Northwestern)

10 Tim Walter (Southern Lehigh)

9  Alston Wolfe (Saucon Valley) *School Record*

9 Julian Liaci (Nazareth)

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