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York and Adams County Report – Week 11

Stat Stars of the Week

OFFENSE:

Passing: (200 yds or more)

267 yds – Shyheim Brown – Central Dauphin East
240 yds – Anu Johnson – Northeastern

Passing: (200 yds or more)

267 yds – Thomas Merkle – York Suburban

Touchdown Passes: (4 or more)

Receiving: (100 yds or more)

164 yds – Collin Mailman – York Suburban

Touchdowns: (4 or more)

4 – Damon Camacho – Manheim Central
4 – Colton Sentz – Biglerville

DEFENSE:

Fumble Returns for Touchdowns:

36 yds – Darrion Livingston – Central Dauphin East

Interception Returns for Touchdowns:

33 yds – Charlie Katshir – Cumberland Valley
29 yds – Drew Eshelman – Manheim Central
21 yds – Connor Long – Cumberland Valley

Blocked Punts for Touchdowns:

Blocked Field Goal for Touchdowns:

Interceptions: (2 or more)

2 – Charlie Katshir – Cumberland Valley

Fumble Recoveries: (2 or more)

Blocked Punts: (2 or more)

Tackles: (10 or More)

22 – Tyler Lutz – Manheim Central
19 – Dustin Knaub – York Suburban
18 – Gary Gobernik – Northeastern
14 – Matt Smolko – South Western
13 – Corbin Byers – South Western
13 – Mike Farace – South Western
12 – Hanson Myer – Manheim Central
12 – Kody Reeser – Northeastern
11 – Tyler Fulmore – South Western
11 – Austin Wenger – Northern York
11 – Josh Zeroth – South Western
10 – Fernando Flores – Northeastern
10 – Tyler Reber – Hempfield
10 – Curtis Robison – Northern York

Sacks: (3 or more)

SPECIAL TEAMS:

Kickoff Returns for Touchdowns:

89 yds – Taemar Wilis – Northeastern

Punt Returns for Touchdowns:

Kicking: Multiple Field Goals

Field Goals: 30 Yards or More:

44 yds – Andrew Luckenbaugh – Spring Grove
43 yds – Derek Adams – Manheim Central
38 yds – Chris Kosmela – Hempfield

Touchbacks: (3 or more)

7 – Derek Adams – Manheim Central
3 – Connor Long – Cumberland Valley

Punting Average: (40 yds + and 3 punts Minimum)

District 3 Notes for York & Adams Counties – Week 11

York-Adams Interscholastic Athletic Association (YAIAA) Division I action:

As the number 12 seed in the District 3 Class AAAA Playoff picture the Mustangs of South Western (7-4 overall, 5-2 league) visited the number 5 seed Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 1 Black Knights of Hempfield (9-3 overall, 5-2 league) in the first round and were edged 23-21 in a thriller that wasn’t decided until a Black Knights’ interception with less than a minute left in the game. The Black Knights advance to play the number 4 seed Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 1 Blue Streaks of Manheim Township (9-2 overall, 6-1 league) in the next round. The Black Knights gained 276yards rushing and 340yards passing for a total of 314 yards gained. Quarterback Sam Kramer completed 2 of 7 passes for the 40-yards, 1 for 38-yards to Riley Canouse and 1 for 2-yards to Andrew Green, for the Black Nights. Will Blair led the Black Knights rushing attack with 28 carries for 166-yards (including a 43-yard touchdown), followed by Kramer with 17 carries for 96-yards (including touchdowns of 6 and 27-yards), and Green with 5 carries for 14-yards. Chris Kosmela kicked a 38-yard field goal and 2 extra points, Jimmy Dizon intercepted a pass, Tyler Reber recovered a fumble, Blair recorded a sack for a loss of 8-yards, and Tyler Callahan recorded a sack, for the Black Knights.

The Mustangs gained 122-yards rushing and 174-yards passing for a total of 296-yards of offense. Senior quarterback Brock Geiman completed 10 of 18 passes for the 174-yards and 1 touchdown, 4 for 77-yards to Noah Staub, 4 for 58-yards to Jeff Green (including a 21-yard touchdown), 1 for 26-yards to Corbin Byers, and 1 for 13-yards to Tyler Fulmore, for the Mustangs. Geiman has completed 99 of 188 passes for 1,526-yards and 19 touchdowns for the season, setting a new school season passing yardage record. His34 career touchdown passes also set a new school record. Noah Staub has set a new school season pass reception yardage record with 704-yards, a new school career pass reception yardage record with 1,387-yards, and a new school record for career pass receptions with 83. Robby Harbison led the Mustangs rushing attack with 7 carries for 29-yards, followed by Geiman with 13 for 23-yards (including a 1-yard touchdown), Miles Francis with 5 for 16-yards, Green with 4 for 14-yards, Fulmore with 3 for 14-yards (including a 2-yard touchdown), Nigel Williams with 4 for 13-yards, DeLunche Shaw with 4 for 8-yards, and Zach Hughes with 3 carries for 5-yards. Wes Sneeringer kicked 3 extra points, Nate VanCampen intercepted a pass and returned it 23-yards, Josh Zeroth recovered a fumble, and Byers recorded a sack for a 2-yard loss and defended 2 passes, for the Mustangs.

As the number 7 seed in the Class AAAA District 3 Playoffs, the Wildcats of Dallastown (9-2 overall, 6-1 league) hosted the number 10 seed Mid-Penn Commonwealth Division Panthers of Central Dauphin East (7-4 overall, 4-3 league) in the first round and were defeated 42-21. The Panthers advance to play the number 2 seed Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 1 Bulldogs of Wilson (10-1 overall, 7-0 league) in the next round. Shyheim Brown lead the Eagles rushing attack with 267-yards (including touchdowns of 2, 68, and 80-yards), followed by Jahad Neibauer with 39, Tyshaun Pollard with 28 (including a 21-yard touchdown), and Contrell Armor with 7-yards. Quarterback Neibauer completed 5 of 11 passes for 93-yards, 3 for 86-yards to Aaron Arp, 1 for 6-yards to Pollard, and 1 for 1-yard to Terrance Danner, for the Eagles. Darrion Livingston recovered a fumble and returned it 36-yards for a touchdown, Neibauer intercepted a pass, Sean Orlando kicked 4 extra points, and Nikolas Zervanos kicked 1 extra point, for the Eagles. Jake Jansen led the Wildcats rushing attack with 81-yards (including touchdowns of 8 and 12-yards), followed by Michael Sparks with 50 (including a 33-yard touchdown), Dillon Callahan with 38, Jack Marks with 6, and Edgar Centeno with 10-yards. Quarterback Sparks, filling in for the injured Cade Gold, completed 2 of 10 passes for 27-yards, 1 for 18-yards to Marks and 1 for 9-yards to Jansen, for the Wildcats. Drake Pew kicked 3 extra points and Max Teyral intercepted a pass for the Wildcats.

As the number 11 seed in the Class AAAA District 3 Playoffs, the Lions of Red Lion (7-4 overall, 5-2 league) visited the number 6 seed Mid-Penn Commonwealth Division Eagles of Cumberland Valley (9-2 overall, 6-1 league) in the first round and were defeated 48-21. The eagles advance to play the number 3 seed Berks Inter County 1 Eagles of Exeter Township (11-0 overall, 6-0 league) in the next round. Connor Long led the Eagles rushing attack with 109-yards (including touchdowns of 58 and 9-yards), followed by Joey Heikel with 91 (including a 3-yard touchdown), Cole Kline with 90 (including a 34-yard touchdown), Josh Ferguson with 35, Logan Thome with 30, Jake Palmer with 23, Nicholas Rhodes with 17 (including an 11-yard touchdown), and Kier Miner with 1-yard, and Jarrod Palmer with no yards. Quarterback Ferguson completed 1 of 3 passes for 4-yards to Charlie Katshir for the Eagles. Katshir had 2 interceptions, one of which he returned 33-yards for a touchdown, Long returned an interception 20-yards for a touchdown and kicked 6 extra points, Dan Althouse recovered a fumble, and Mac Warren recorded a sack, for the Eagles. Alex Keough led the Lions rushing attack with 58-yards, followed by Patrick Daugherty with 44 (including a 22-yard touchdown), Dylan Gurreri with 36, Sam Emig with 16, Rodney Scott with 14-yards (including a 5-yard touchdown), James Jackson with minus 4-yards, and Dalton Grove with minus 14-yards (including a 2-yard touchdown). Quarterback Grove completed 7 of 14 passes for 96-yards, 2 for 27-yard to Kendrick Boyd-Gillespie, 1 for 25-yards to Keough, 2 for 22-yards to Ben Argento, 1 for 19-yards to Ben Fry, and 1 for 3-yards to Jackson, for the Lions. Emig kicked 3 extra points for the Lions.

As the number 2 seed in the District 3 Class AAA Playoffs, the Bobcats of Northeastern (9-2 overall, 5-2 league) hosted the number 15 seed Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 3 Vikings of Northern Lebanon (8-3 overall, 6-0 league) in the first round and won 48-12. The Bobcats advance to play the number 7 seed Mid-Penn Keystone Division Indians of Susquehanna Township (8-3 overall, 5-1 league) in the next round. Anu Johnson led the Bobcats rushing attack with 240-yards (including touchdowns of 48 and 38-yards), followed by Fred Mulbah with a 60-yard touchdown run, Chris Whack with 32 (including a 21-yard touchdown), Shannon Valenti, Jr. with 15-yards, David Ankney and Taemar Willis with no yards each, and Wyatt Hughes with minus 10-yards. Quarterback Valenti, Jr. completed 3 of 5 passes for 47-yards and 2 touchdowns, 2 for 41-yards to Ankney (including touchdowns of 23 and 18-yards) and 1 for 6-yards to Dez Wigginton, for the Bobcats. Willis returned a kickoff 89-yards for a touchdown, Johnson ran in for a 2-point conversion, Cameron Artman kicked 2 extra points, Fred Mulbah intercepted a pass and returned it 5-yards, Blaine Yinger recovered a fumble and returned it 12-yards, Fernando Flores recorded 2.5 sacks, Shamari Young recorded 2 sacks and defended a pass, Rehn Williams recorded 1 sack, Brian Aristy recorded a half sack, and Zach Williams defended a pass, for the Bobcats. Stephen Herb led the Vikings rushing attack with 30-yards, followed by Isaac Wengert with 36, Noah Smith with 28-yards, and Dustin Motter with 1-yard. Quarterback Wengert completed 11 of 21 passes for 74-yards and 2 touchdowns, 4 for 45-yards to Michigan Daub (including a 17-yard touchdown), 3 for 16-yards to Corey Teasdale (including a 2-yard touchdown), 1 for 7-yards to Colton Herb, and 2 for 6-yards to Stephen Herb, and 1 for no yards to Smith, and Daub completed 1 of 2 passes for 23-yards to Stephen Herb, for the Vikings.

As the number 14 seed in the District 3 Class AAA Playoff picture the Rockets of Spring Grove (5-6 overall, 4-3 league) visited the number 3 seed Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 2 Barons of Manheim Central (9-2 overall, 6-1 league) in the first round and were defeated 51-3. The Barons advance to play the number 6 seed Mid-Penn Colonial Division Panthers of East Pennsboro (9-2 overall, 6-0 league) in the next round. Damon Camacho led the Barons rushing attack with 132-yards (including 4 touchdowns, for 2, 20, 9, and 3-yards), followed by Kody Kegarise with 110 (including touchdowns of 55 and 40-yards), Jay Barreto with 67, Trevor Hosler with 17, Dante Himmelright with 15-yards, and Alex Studenroth with no yards. Quarterback Kegarise completed 6 of 8 passes for 97-yards, 3 for 48-yards to Jake Novak, 2 for 44-yards to Sam Martin, and 1 for 5-yards to Gavin Guyer, for the Barons. Drew Eshelman returned an interception 29-yards for a touchdown, Derek Adams kicked a 43-yard field goal and 6 extra points, Lowan Hansekman intercepted a pass and returned it 23-yards, Tyler Lutz intercepted a pass and returned it 17-yards, and Gavin Guyer intercepted a pass and returned it 4-yards, for the Barons. Nick Erickson led the Rockets rushing attack with 63-yards, followed by Jake Messersmith with 2-yards, Ryan Daugherty with 1-yard, and LJ Chisolm with minus 6-yards. Quarterback Messersmith completed 18 of 41 passes for 169-yards, 3 for 49-yards to Chisolm, 6 for 46-yards to Daugherty, 4 for 35-yards to Connor Reed, 1 for 25-yards to Adam Warehime, 1 for 8-yards to Brady Stein, 2 for 3-yards to Erickson, and 1 for 3-yards to Anthony Beddia, for the Rockets. Andrew Luckenbaugh kicked a 44-yard field goal for the Rockets.

York-Adams Interscholastic Athletic Association (YAIAA) Division III action:

As the number 5 seed in the District 3 Class AA Playoff picture the Canners of Biglerville (8-3 overall, 6-1 league) visited the number 4 seed Nighthawks of Hanover (9-2 overall, 6-1 league) in the first round and won 30-7. The Canners advance to play the number 1 seed Berks Inter County 2 Spartans of Wyomissing (11-0 overall, 6-0 league) in the next round. Colton Sentz led the Canners rushing attack with 171-yards (including 4 touchdowns, for 1, 1, 14, and 5-yards), followed by Dayne Showers with 59, Scott Cooper with 46, TJ Weaver with 25, and Ben Hurda with 5-yards. Quarterback Hurda completed 2 of 6 passes for 15-yards, 1 for 13-yards to cooper and 1 for 1-yards to Gage McAuliffe, for the Caners. Sentz kicked a 27-yard field goal and 3 extra points, as he accounted for all of the Canners points in the game, and Cooper and Hurda each intercepted a pass, for the Canners. Justin Barnes led the Nighthawks rushing attack with 73-yards (including a 1-yard touchdown), followed by Jordan Laughman with 70, Kyle Krout with 16, Deandre Kerr with 14, Resean Williams with 9-yards, Colton Ehrhart with minus 1-yard, and Devon Bell with minus 4-yards. Quarterback Krout completed 9 of 27 passes for 108-yards, 2 for 49-yards to Luis Lara, 2 for 25-yards to Nick Seymour, 3 for 16-yards to Ehrhart, 1 for 10-yards to Laughman, and 1 for 8-yards to Williams, for the Nighthawks. Everett Kenworthy kicked 1 extra point for the Nighthawks.

As the number 3 seed in the District 3 Class A Playoff picture, the Fighting Irish of York Catholic will visit the number 2 seed Mid-Penn Capital Division Steamrollers of Steelton-Highspire (4-5 overall, 3-3 league) on November 20 at 7PM in the first round, as Class A draws a bye this week.

Mid-Penn Conference action

As the number 8 seed in the District 3 Class AAA Playoff picture the Mid-Penn Colonial Division’s Polar Bears of Northern York (8-3 overall, 5-1 league) hosted the number 9 seed York Adams Interscholastic Association (YAIAA) Division II Trojans of York Suburban (8-3 overall, 6-0 league) in the first round and won 30-16. The Polar Bears advance to play the number 1 seed Mid-Penn Keystone Division Crusaders of Bishop McDevitt (10-1 overall, 5-1 league) in the next round. Bobby Shelly led the Polar Bears rushing attack with 133-yards (including a 1-yard touchdown), followed by Curtis Robison with 106, Michael Kearney with 23 (including a 1-yard touchdown), Jake Cromer with 8, and John Kearney with 4-yards. Quarterback Robison completed 6 of 7 passes for 81-yards and 2 touchdowns, 1 for 35-yards and a touchdown to Jared Sutch, 1 for 32-yards and a touchdown to Joey Razzano, 2 for 7-yards to Shelly, 1 for 7-yards to John Kearney, and 1 for no yards to Michael Kearney, for the Polar Bears. Aidan Alves kicked a 25-yard field goal and 3 extra points, Owen Blaschak recovered a fumble and recorded a half sack, A.J. Lodovici recovered a fumble, Noah Smith recorded a sack, Caleb Walker recorded a half sack, Cromer, Michael Kearney, and Razzano each defended a pass, and Gunnar Reninger and Shelly each recorded a pass hurry, for the Polar Bears. Thomas Merkle has added to his school career passing yardage record, as he closes his career with 5,611-yards. Merkle has set a new YAIAA career passing yardage record with his 5,611-yards, surpassing the record of 4,894-yards set by Matt Marshall from Spring Grove in 2006. He has completed 186 of 287 passes for 2,613-yards and 26 touchdowns for this season. For his career, he has completed 378 of 643 passes for 5,611-yards and 45 touchdowns. Collin Mailman has set a new school career pass reception record with 122. He has 66 receptions for 1,219-yards and 14 touchdowns for this season. Dajour Henderson led the Trojans rushing attack with 85-yards, followed by Jaden Haynes with 8-yards, Ben Igo with minus 6-yards, and Thomas Merkle with minus 7-yards. Quarterback Merkle completed 20 of 27 passes for 267-yards and 2 touchdowns, 12 for 164-yards to Colin Mailman (including a 94-yard touchdown), 2 for 57-yards to Teague Hoffman, 5 for 41-yards to Dustin Knaub (including a 15-yard touchdown), and 1 for 5-yards to Colin Deardorf, for the Trojans. Jonas Atkinson kicked a 21-yard field goal and 1 extra point, and Mailman defended a

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