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York and Adams County Report – Week 4

Written by: on Sunday, September 21st, 2014

 

Stat Stars of the Week

OFFENSE:

Rushing: (200 yds or more)

247 yds – Ross Campbell – West York

Passing: (200 yds or more)

255 yds – Hakeem Kinard – York Catholic
238 yds – Nik Strine – Central York
224 yds – Kyle Krout – Hanover

Touchdown Passes: (4 or more)

Receiving: (100 yds or more)

135 yds – Terrance Carter – Central York
126 yds – Antijuan Washington – Fairfield

Touchdowns: (4 or more)

6 – Ross Campbell – West York
5 – Colton Dull – Bermudian Springs

SPECIAL TEAMS:

Kicking: Multiple Field Goals

2 – McKinley Curran – Dallastown

Field Goals: 30 Yards or More:

40 yds – McKinley Curran – Dallastown
35 yds – Carter Luckenbaugh – Central York
34 yds – Chase Sasala – Northeastern
33 yds – Michael Heeschen – Gettysburg

DEFENSE:

Interception Returns for Touchdowns:

67 yds – Brady Thayer – South Western

Interceptions: (2 or more)

2 – Leroy Longenecker – Exeter Township
2 – Ryan Markle – Bermudian Springs

Blocked Punts: (2 or more)

2 Isaiah Dickson – Central York

Tackles: (10 or More)

10 – Tyler Jachelski – South Western
District 3 Notes for York & Adams Counties

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

The Mustangs of South Western (1-3 overall, 1-0 League) eked out a thrilling 34-27 victory over the Colonials of New Oxford (0-4 overall, 0-1 league) in league action. The come from behind winning score came on a Brock Geiman 1-yard touchdown run with 13 seconds left in the game. The Mustangs gained 194-yards rushing and 108-yards passing for a total of 302-yards of offense. Junior quarterback Brock Geiman completed 6 of 12 passes for the 108-yards, 2 for 63-yards to Drew Hartlaub, 3 for 33-yards to Noah Staub, and 1 for 12-yards to Miles Francis, for the Mustangs. Hartlaub led the Mustangs rushing attack with13 carries for 100-yards (including a 49-yard touchdown), followed by Robby Harbison with 15 carries for 53-yards, Francis with 7 carries for 40-yards (including touchdowns of 2 and 4-yards), and Geiman with 2 carries for 2-yards (including a 1-yard touchdown). Geiman threw a 2-point conversion pass to Corbin Byers, Andrew Slater kicked 2 extra points, Brady Thayer intercepted a pass and returned it 67-yards for a touchdown and defended 2 passes, Ryan Krebs intercepted a pass, Luke Baugher recovered a fumble, Seth Janney recorded 1 sack for a 3-yard loss, and Byers recorded 2 pass hurries, for the Mustangs. The Colonials gained 229-yards rushing and 52 yards passing for a total of 281-yards gained. Quarterback Corban Czap completed 5 of 15 passes for the 53-yards and 3 touchdowns, 2 for 21-yards to Shane Rolle (including a 10-yard touchdown), 1 for 17-yards and a touchdown to Daulton Snyder, 1 for 13-yards and a touchdown to Jordan Gardner, and 1 for 2-yards to Elijah Myers, for the Colonials. Hunter Ringrose led the Colonials rushing attack with 20 carries for 127-yards, followed by Keegan Romanoff with 5 carries for 44-yards (including a 32-yard touchdown), Daulton Snyder with 7 carries for 22-yards, Czap with 7 carries for 20-yards, Kevin Moser with 2 carries for 11-yards, Trevon Brown with 1 carry for 4-yards, and Elijah Myers with 2 carries for 1-yard. Trey Parrish kicked 3 extra points, Romanoff intercepted a pass, and Snyder recovered a fumble, for the Colonials.

The Wildcats of Dallastown (3-1 overall, 1-0 league) defeated the Rockets of Spring Grove (2-2 overall, 0-1 league) 20-3 in league action. Addison Quinones led the Wildcats rushing attack with 139-yards (including touchdowns of 1 and 8-yards), followed by Sharod Wilson with 31, Cade Gold with 27, and Dezmond Jones with 12-yards. Quarterback Gold completed 3 of 5 passes for 61-yards, 1 for 24-yards to Jake Jansen, 1 for 21-yards to Owen Ritter, and 1 for 16-yards to Quinones, for the Wildcats. McKinley Curran kicked 2 field goals (for 40 and 20-yards) and 2 extra points for the Wildcats. Shay Feulmer led the Rockets rushing attack with 38-yards, followed by Ian Slaven with 26, Evan Greer with 7-yards, Anthony Beddia with no yards, and Jake Messersmith with minus 2-yards. Quarterback Messersmith completed 12 of 21 passes for 128-yards, 8 for 78-yards to Beddia, 1 for 29-yards to Logan Hall (who left the game with an injury), 2 for 21-yars to L.J. Chisolm, and 1 for no yards to Brandon Trasker, for the Rockets. Andrew Luckenbaugh kicked a 22-yard field goal for the Rockets.

The Panthers of Central York (1-3 overall, 1-0 league) defeated the Bobcats of Northeastern (3-1 overall, 0-1 League) 44-17 in league action. Pearson Hinkle led the Panther rushing attack with 59-yards, followed by Terrance Carter with 43 (including a 25-yard touchdown), Shannon Valenti, Jr. with 38 (including a 41-yard touchdown), Noreaga Goff with 28, Jeremiah Dadeboe with 3-yards, and Nik Strine with minus 12-yards. Quarterback Strine completed 11 of 16 passes for 238-yards and 3 touchdowns, 3 for 135-yards to Carter (including a 77-yard touchdown), 5 for 80-yards to Dadeboe (including touchdowns of 15 and 3-yards), 2 for 20-yards to Hinkle, and 1 for 3-yards to Robert Romey, for the Panthers. TJ Craft recovered a fumble in the end zone for a touchdown, Carter Luckenbaugh kicked a 35-yard field goal and 5 extra points, Dadeboe intercepted a pass and returned it 43-yards, Elzir Stroman intercepted a pass and returned it 6-yards, and Isaiah Dickson blocked2 punts, for the Panthers. Chris Whack lead the Bobcats rushing attack with 54-yards, followed by Michael Cooper with 25, Kody Reeser with 5, and Blake Einsig with 2-yards. Quarterback Einsig completed 2 of 8 passes for 99-yards and 2 touchdowns, 1 for 72-yards and a touchdown to David Ankney and 1 for 27-yards and a touchdown to Jonathan Butler, for the Bobcats. Chase Sasala kicked a 34-yard field goal and 2 extra points for the Bobcats.

The Lions of Red Lion (2-2 overall, 1-0 league) edged out the Bearcats of William Penn, York High, (0-4 overall, 0-1 league) 13-12 in league action. Kenny Holloway led the Lions rushing attack with 104-yards (including a 2-yard touchdown), followed by Alex Keough with 72 (including a 55-yard touchdown), Dan Waldrup with 51-yards, Patrick Daugherty with 1-yard, Antwan Jackson with minus 1-yard, and Dalton Grove with minus 17-yards. Quarterback Grove completed 5 of 10 passes for 84-yards, 1 for 48-yards to Keough, 2 for 19-yards to Waldrup, and 2 for 17-yards to Christian Castle, for the Lions. Nate Olsen kicked 1 extra point for the Lions (the only completed extra point attempt in the game and the winning point). Bryshon Sweeney led the Bearcats rushing attack with 126-yards (including a 5-yard touchdown), followed by James Way III with 46, Zack Ingram with 10, and Angel DeJesus with 3-yards. Quarterback Way III completed 6 of 15 passes for 85-yards, 1 for36-yards to Nate Delmotte, 2 for 29-yards to Sweeney, 2 for 17-yards to Sae’Quan Whitaker (including an 8-yard touchdown), and 1 for 3-yards to Whitaker, for the Bearcats.

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

The Eagles of Dover (2-2 overall, 1-0 league) defeated the Warriors of Gettysburg (3-1 overall, 0-1 league) 22-16 in league action. Durran Ledbetter led the Eagles rushing attack with 92-yards (including a 2-yard touchdown), followed by John Sterner with 78 (including a 27-yard touchdown), Kenyon Hoopes with 62 (including a 7-yard touchdown), Dylan Barton with 48, Joey Zutell with 5, and Neil Querry with 2-yards. Quarterback Hoopes completed 2 of 4 passes for 32-yards, 1 for 32-yards to Shane Orchard and 1 for no yards to Sterner, for the Eagles. Josh Brady kicked a 24-yard field goal and 1 extra point for the Eagles. Tyler Lampe led the Warriors rushing attack with 39-yards (including a 2-yard touchdown), followed by Wade Laudeman with 27, Lane Sherman with 15, Nathan Sharrah with 7-yards, Elijah Jackson with minus 5-yards, Jake Myers with minus 6-yards, and Kobe Wansel with minus 8-yards. Quarterback Myers completed 6 of 23 passes for 84-yards and 1 touchdown, 2 for 31-yards to Michael Ingalsbe (including a 15-yard touchdown), 2 for 24-yards to Lampe, 1 for 15-yards to Wansel, and 1 for 14-yards to Jordan Turner, for the Warriors. Michael Heeschen kicked a 33-yard field goal and 1extra point for the Warriors.

The Bulldogs of West York (3-1 overall, 1-0 league) defeated the Golden Knights of Eastern York (3-1 overall, 0-1 League) 49-21 in league action. Ross Campbell led the Bulldogs rushing attack with 247-yards (including 6 touchdowns, for 45, 2, 43, 43, 11, and 80-yards), followed by Garrett Stauffer with 28, Noah Bowers with 12, Jamal Anderson with 12, Ryan Narber with 4, Rammell Baldwin with 2-yards, Cadence Thomas with 1-yard, Anton Johnson with minus 3-yars, and Cash Gladfelter with minus 4-yards. Quarterback Campbell completed 8 of 11 passes for 165-yards and 1 touchdown and Gladfelter completed 1 of 2 passes for 8-yards, for the Bulldogs. Gladfelter caught 1 pass for 50-yards and a touchdown from Campbell, Diego Torres caught 2 for 46-yards, Stauffer caught 2 for 29-yards, Bowers caught 1 for 17-yards, Narber caught 1 for 16-yards, and Terry Cains caught 2 passes for 15-yards, for the Bulldogs. Brett Strickler kicked 7 extra points, and Brett Kinneman and Narber each recovered a fumble, for the Bulldogs. David Livelsberger led the Golden Knights rushing attack with 152-yards (including a 49-yard touchdown), followed by Lucas Barshinger with 97 (including a 2-yard touchdown), Jake Kessler with 6, Conrad Rhein with 3, and Keegan Corwell with 2-yards. Quarterback Rhein completed 1 of 5 passes for 29-yards and a touchdown to Livelsberger for the Golden Knights. Damian McKinsey kicked 3 extra points for the Golden Knights.

The Trojans of York Suburban (1-3 overall, 1-0 league) shut out the Rams of Kennard-Dale (1-3 overall, 0-1 league) 35-0 in league action. Liam McWilliams led the Trojans rushing attack with 161-yards (including touchdowns of 22 and 30-yards), followed by Dajour Henderson with 121 (including a 35-yard touchdown), Jimmy Daglaris with 16, Thomas Merkle with 16 (including a 1-yard touchdown), Justin Gettle with 5, Zach Hoke with 2, Jake Taylor with 1-yard, Colin Deardorff with minus 5-yards, and Dakota Johns with minus 5-yards. Quarterback Merkle completed 9 of 18 passes for 136-yards and 1 touchdown, 4 for 79-yards to Collin Mailman (including a 35-yard touchdown), 2 for 25-yards to Daglaris, 2 for 23-yards to Sawyer Robinson, and 1 for 9-yards to Teague Hoffman, for the Trojans. Jonas Atkison kicked 5 extra points, William Peters and Robinson each recorded 2 sacks, Kevin Moats recorded 1 sack, Ralph Casper and Henderson each recorded a half sack, and Isaac Speranza defended a pass, for the Trojans. Chase Carlisle and Josh Eaton led the Rams rushing attack with 9-yards each, followed by Jake Deppen with 5, Kendall Wales with 3-yards, and Kyle Brewer with minus 34-yards, as the Rams were held to minus 8-yrds rushing for the game. Quarterback Brewer completed 5 of 13 passes for 35-yards, 2 for 16-yards to Eaton, 1 for 12-yards to Kyle Woolridge, and 2 for 7-yards to Austin Jenkins, for the Rams.

The Warriors of Susquehannock (0-4 overall, 0-0 League) were shut out by the Berks Inter-County Section 1 Eagles of Exeter Township (3-1 overall, 0-0 league) 49-0 in non-league action. Chase Yocum led the Eagles rushing attack with 141-yards (including touchdowns of 25 and 5-yards), followed by Harrison Celentano with 32 (including a touchdown), Jeremy Tibbetts with 26, Leroy Longenecker with 25, Tanner Cosgrave with 19 (including a 13-yard touchdown), Jordan Yerger with 13, Brandon Unterkoefler with 4 (including a touchdown), Andrew Connelly with 3-yards, and Braelin Grill with no yards. Quarterback Yocum completed 5 of 12 passes for 153-yards and 2 touchdowns, 2 for 84-yards to Longenecker (including a 51-yard touchdown), 2 for 52-yards to Gabe Shappell (including a 34-yard touchdown), and 1 for 17-yards to Chris Scott, for the Eagles. Nick Bentz kicked 7 extra points, Longenecker intercepted 2 passes and defended a pass, Nathaniel Weber recovered a fumble, and Devon Glover defended a pass, for the Eagles. Josh Stoneberg led the Warriors rushing attack with 36-yards, followed by Riley Collin with 13, Myles Moultrie with 10-yards, Ray Wenger with no yards, Mason Wood with minus 1-yard, and Colin Kelly with minus 5-yards. Quarterback Stoneberg completed 10 of 23 passes for 75-yards, 3 for 42-yards to Dorian Faster, 3 for 22-yards to Tyler Buckley, 1 for 7-yards to Jakob Kramer, 1 for 3-yards to Aiden Kirkendall, and 2 for 1-yard to Nick Tannura, and Chase Summers completed 1 of2 passes for 3-yards to Chris Apgar, for the Warriors. Kevin Clapp, Kramer, and Tannura each defended a pass for the Warriors.

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

The Eagles of Bermudian Springs, (4-0 overall, 1-0 league) defeated the Nighthawks of Hanover (1-3 overall, 0-1 league) 50-14 in league action. Briton Shelton led the Eagles rushing attack with 128-yards, followed by Colton Dull with 118 (including 5 touchdowns, for 1, 3, 4, 18, and 19-yards), Quinton King with 19, Ryan Markle with 17, Phoenix Russell with 9, Ethan Frank with 6-yards, and Collin Weigle with minus 6-yards. Quarterback Markle completed 5 of 9 passes for 108-yards and 2 touchdowns, 1 for 43-yards and a touchdown to Russell, 2 for 23-yards to Derek Starner (including a 17-yard touchdown), 1 for 11-yards to Wyatt Gearhart, and 1 for 11-yards to Shelton, for the Eagles. Connor Zahm kicked a 30-yard field goal and 5 extra points and Markle intercepted 2 passes for the Eagles. Elijah Boswell and Nick Seymour led the Nighthawks rushing attack with 26-yards each, followed by Jordan Laughman with 23, Colton Ehrhart with 9-yards, and Kyle Krout with minus 4-yards. Quarterback Krout completed 11 of 28 passes for 224-yards and 2 touchdowns, 5 for 169-yards to Dylan Krieger (including touchdowns of78 and 20-yards), 1 for 22yards to Ehrhart, 1 for 16-yards to Seymour, 3 for 12-yards to Laughman, and 1 for 5-yards to Rashawn Williams, for the Nighthawks. Krieger kicked 2 extra points for the Nighthawks.

The Knights of Fairfield (3-1 overall, 1-0 league) edged the Canners of Biglerville (2-2 overall, 0-1 league) 20-19 in league action. Matt Petrie led the Knights rushing attack with 12-yards, followed b Mason Flickinger with 10, Michael Quealy with 9, Brandon Selman with 2-yards, and Tyler Karsteter with minus 3-yards. Quarterback Flickinger completed 9 of 20 passes for 134-yards and 2 touchdowns, 4 for 70-yards to Antijuan Washington (including touchdowns of 15 and25-yards), 2 for 36-yards to Alex Irwin, 1 for 15-yards to Quealy, 1 for 8-yards to Petrie, and 1 for 5-yards to Darian Mort, and Quealy completed 1 pass for 56-yards and a touchdown to Washington, for the Knights. Brandon Hummel kicked 2 extra points for the Knights. Scott Cooper led the Canners rushing attack with 66-yards, followed by Sam Laird with 58 (including a 37-yard touchdown), Dayne Shower with 50, Colton Sentz with 44, Tim Weaver with 28 (including a 5-yard touchdown), Gage McAuliffe with 12-yards, and Ben Hurda with minus 6-yards (including a 1-yard touchdown). Quarterback Hurda completed 6 of 11 passes for 53-yards, 1 for 14-yards to Nick Bell, 2 for 13-yards to Laird, 1 for 13-yards to Sentz, 1 for 9-yards to Cooper, and1 for 4-yards to Jorden Trostle, for the Canners. Trostle kicked 1 extra point for the Canners.

The Spartans of York County Tech (1-3 overall, 1-0 league) defeated the Thunderbolts of Littlestown (1-3 overall, 0-1 league) 24-12 in league action. Damarius Wiggins led the Spartans rushing attack with 92-yards (including a 41-yard touchdown), followed by Kyle Chesnavage with 52 (including a 14-yard touchdown), Nashid Bones with 36, Kahleik Savery with 29, and Jibri Bones with 21-yards. Quarterback Wiggins completed 3 of 7 passes for 55-yards, 1 for 24-yards to Matt Rossi, 1 for 23-yards to Kyle Snyder, and 1 for 8-yards and a touchdown to Nashid Bones, for the Spartans. Nashid Bones ran in for two 2-point conversions and Jibri Bones ran in for one 2-point conversion for the Spartans. Zach Brown led the Thunderbolts rushing attack with 79-yards (including a 2-yard touchdown), followed by Lucas Reynolds with 60-yards (including a 20-yard touchdown), Cody Boyd with 11, Wesley Storey with 7-yards, and Joe Taylor with no yards. Quarterback Boyd completed 7 of 16 passes for 128-yards, 4 for 78-yards to Reynolds, 1 for 37-yards to Dalton Brittain, and 2 for 13-yards to Jarrett Brittain, for the Thunderbolts.

The Fighting Irish of York Catholic (2-2 overall, 1-0 league) edged the Squires of Delone Catholic (1-3 overall, 0-1 league) 29-27 in league action. Hakeem Kinard led the Fighting Irish rushing attack with 105-yards (including a 4-yard touchdown), followed by Greg Bennett with 10, Jaklar Kinard with 6, and Jack Burnside with 3-yards. Quarterback Hakeem Kinard completed 13 of 28 passes for 255-yards and 3 touchdowns, 2 for 91-yards to Qua’Shawn Grooms (including an 80-yard touchdown), 4 for 85-yards to Daniel Yokemick (including touchdowns of 9 and 8-yards), 2 for 33-yards to Luke Brennan, 2 for 22-yards to Scott Bartkowiak, 1 foe 21-yards to Joe Bauhof, 1 for 6-yards to Jaklar Kinard, and 1 for minus 3-yards to Bennett, for the Fighting Irish. Brennan kicked a 22-yard field goal and 2 extra points and Justin Gobrecht recorded 2 sacks for the Fighting Irish. Tavian Dorsey led the Squires rushing attack with 182-yards (including touchdowns of 69 and 4-yards), followed by Alex Little with 126, Jake Kadis with 105-yards (including touchdowns of 1 and 31-yards), and Brian Shermeyer with minus 4-yards. Quarterback Shermeyer completed 2 of 6 passes for 10-yards, 1 for 6-yards to Jake Smith and 1 for 4-yards to Brandon Zumbrum, for the Squires. Jay Strickland kicked 3 extra points for the Squires.

Mid-Penn Conference action

The Mid-Penn Keystone Division’s Patriots of Red Land (4-0 overall, 1-0 league) defeated the Trojans of Hershey (1-3 overall, 0-1 league) 41-9 in league action. Justin Johnson led the Polar Bears rushing attack with 154-yards (including touchdowns of 5 and 5-yards), followed by Phil Overton with 107-yards (including touchdowns of 16, 12, and 23-yards), Garrett Scott with 66, Derek Cline with 16, Nathan Stahl with 3-yards, and Kyle Mowery with 1-yard. Quarterback Scott completed 1 of 3 passes for 42-yards and a touchdown to Hunter Briner and Jake Relic completed 1 of 3 passes for 13-yards to Jake Rollman for the Patriots. Kyle Ziegelmeier kicked 5 extra points for the Patriots. David McCurdy led the Trojans rushing attack with 50-yards, followed by Jesse Nwabueze-Ogbo with 49 (including a 4-yard touchdown), Trey Ndlovu, with 41, and Zach Miller with 2-yards. Quarterback McCurdy completed 6 of 11 passes for 44-yards, 3 for 22-yards to Michael Gadd, 1 for 16-yards to Nwabueze-Ogbo, 1 for 4-yards to Adam Hrabovsky, and 1 for 2-yards to Nate Davis, for the Trojans. Vincent Paioletti kicked 1 extra point for the Trojans. The Trojans recorded a safety by tackling the Patriots’ Phil Overton in the end zone.

The Mid-Penn Colonial Division’s Polar Bears of Northern York (2-2 overall, 1-0 league) defeated the Rockets of James Buchanan (1-3 overall, 0-1 league) 1-7 in league action. Robert Shelly led the Polar Bears rushing attack with 135-yrds (including a 2-yard touchdown), followed by Curtis Robison with 87 (including a 19-yard touchdown), Mike Kearney with 17, and Samuel Geiser with 16 (including a 15-yard touchdown). Quarterback Robison completed 7 of 14 passes for 100-yards, 1 for 33-yards to Isaiah Horning, 3 for 24-yards to Geiser, and 1 for 23-yards to Kearney, and 2 for 20-yards to Shelly, for the Polar Bears. Aidan Alves kicked 3 extra points for the Polar Bears. Seth Carbaugh led the Rockets rushing attack with 44-yards (including a 0-yard touchdown, followed by Shamar Pates with 28, and Dillon Sanders with 8-yards. Quarterback Sanders completed 3 of 13 passes for 20-yards to Pates, for the Rockets. Charles Shelly kicked 1 extra point for the Rockets.

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