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Written by: Bill Engelhardt on Monday, September 15th, 2014
Stat Stars of the Week
Rushing: (200 yds or more)
277 yds – Phil Overton – Red Land
218 yds – Nassir Weaver – Lancaster Catholic
201 yds – Shyheim Brown – Mechanicsburg
Passing: (200 yds or more)
287 yds- Jake Myers – Gettysburg
271 yds – James Way III – William Penn (York High)
224 yds – Mikale Clark – Harrisburg
207 yds – Thomas Merkle – York Suburban
204 yds – Jordan Scott – Lancaster Catholic
Touchdown Passes: (4 or more)
4 – Mikale Clark – Harrisburg
4 – Dalton Grove – Red Lion
Receiving: (100 yds or more)
139 yds- Diego Torres – West York
138 yds – Jordan Turner – Gettysburg
129 yds- Jimmy Daglaris – York Suburban
123 yds – Nazir Johnson – Carson Long Military Academy
122 yds – Amechie Walker – Harrisburg
102 yds – Collin Mailman – York Suburban
Touchdowns: (4 or more)
5 – Shay Feulmer – Spring Grove
4 – Shay Feulmer – Spring Grove
4 – Kendrick Boyd-Gillespie – Red Lion
4 – Nassir Weaver – Lancaster Catholic
Kickoff Returns for Touchdowns:
93 yds – Jakkar Kinard – York Catholic
65 yds – Michael Quealy – Fairfield
Punt Returns for Touchdowns:
95 yds – Allan Koikol – St Paul’s of Maryland
55 yds – Christian Kemp – Lancaster Catholic
Field Goals: 30 Yards or More:
36 yds – McKinley Curran – Dallastown
35 yds – Andrew Slater – South Western
34 yds – Zach Orner – Susquehannock
Interception Returns for Touchdowns:
80 yds – Allan Koikol – St Paul’s of Maryland
70 yds – Damian McKinsey – Eastern York
54yds – Dayne Showers – Biglerville
50 yds – Lucas Barshinger – Eastern York
20 yds – Tyler Karsteter – Fairfield
18 yds – Brandon Tasker – Spring Grove
Blocked Punts for Touchdowns:
0 yds – Quincy Noland – Kennard-Dale
Interceptions: (2 or more)
2 – Tyler Lampe – Gettysburg
2 – Brandon Tasker – Spring Grove
District 3 Notes for York & Adams Counties – Week 3
York-Adams Interscholastic Athletic Association (YAIAA) Division I action:
The Mustangs of South Western (0-3 overall, 0-0 League) were edged by the Mid-Penn Commonwealth Division’s Thundering Herd of Carlisle (2-1 overall, 0-0 league) 34-23 in another donnybrook. The Thundering Herd gained 165-yards rushing and 222 yards passing for a total of 387 yards gained. Billy Burger completed 16 of 25 passes for 193-yards and DaShawn Millington completed 1 pass for 29-yards, for the Thundering Herd. Deonte Ramsey caught 9 passes for 80-yards, followed by Glenn Jackson with 5 for 76-yards, Zion Patterson with 1 for 55-yards, Tyler Greene with 1 for 10-yards, and Mike Wuestner who caught 1 pass for 1-yard. Millington led the Thundering Herd attack with 4 carries for 90-yards (including touchdowns of 3 and 61-yards), followed by Greene with 14 carries for 45-yards (including touchdowns of 4, 1, and 1-yards), Jackson with 4 carries for 26-yards, and Burger with 2 carries for 4-yards. Millington ran in for a 2-point conversion and threw a 2-point conversion pass to Ramsey, and Jackson intercepted a pass, for the Thundering Herd. The Mustangs gained 151-yards rushing and 97-yards passing for a total of 248-yards of offense. Junior quarterback Brock Geiman completed 9 of 24 passes for the 97-yards and 2 touchdowns, 2 for 39-yards to Noah Staub, 1 for 16-yards to Brady Thayer, 2 for 14-yards to Miles Francis, 2 for 11-yards to Drew Hartlaub (including a 1-yard touchdown), 1 for 10-yards and a touchdown to Corbin Byers, and 1 for 7-yards to Robby Harbison, for the Mustangs. Harbison led the Mustangs rushing attack with16 carries for 67-yards, followed by Hartlaub with 11 carries for 59-yards (including a 17-yard touchdown), Miles Francis with 4 for 17-yards, and Geiman with 8 carries for 8-yards. Andrew Slater kicked a 35-yard field goal and 2 extra points, Corbin Byers and Matt Smolko each recovered a fumble, Tyler Jachelski defended a pass and hurried a pass, Hunter Palmer defended 2 passes, Brady Thayer and Marcus Jones each defended a pass, Ryan Krebs caused a fumble, and Tyler Fulmore, Miles Francis, and Seth Janney each recorded a pass hurry, for the Mustangs.
The Wildcats of Dallastown (2-1 overall, 0-0 league) and the Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 1 Comets of Penn Manor (2-1 overall, 0-0 league) 35-3. Tyler Spangler led the Comets rushing attack with 58-yards (including touchdowns of 2 and 3-yards), followed by Ashton Leschke with 56, James McCaskell with 50 (including touchdowns of 10 and 3-yards), Tanner Erisman with 36, Justin Matias with 10, and Carter Kinser with a 9-yard touchdown run. Quarterback Erisman completed 10 of15 passes for 152-yards, 2 for 56-yards to Gerrin McKinnie, 2 for 43-yards to Spangler, 1 for 20-yards to Kinser, 1 for 17-yards to Matais, 1 for 9-yards to Keagan Gamber, and 3 for 7-yards to Leschke, for the Comets. Caven Zechman kicked 5 extra points for the Comets. Addison Quinones led the Wildcats rushing attack with 93-yards, followed by Sharod Wilson with 39, Dez Jones with 34, Zion DeVance with 9m Cade Gold with 7, and Nick Mabry with 4-yards. McKinley Curran kicked a 36-yard field goal for the Wildcats.
The Panthers of Central York (0-3 overall, 0-0 league) were defeated by the Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 1 Black Knights of Hempfield (3-0 overall, 0-0 league) 22-7. Sam Kramer threw a 62-yard touchdown pass to Dustin Walter, Will Blair scored a touchdown on a 49-yard run, and Devon Washington scored a rushing touchdown for the Black Knights. The Black Knights also recorded a safety, Steve Johnson kicked 2 extra points, Tyler Jackson intercepted a pass, and Will Blair intercepted 2 passes and had 2 sacks. Terrance Carter led the Panthers rushing attack with 97-yards (including a 63-yard touchdown), followed by Shannon Valenti with 43, and Pearson Hinkle with 12-yards. Quarterback Valenti completed 14 of 29 passes for 101-yards, 8 for 43-yards to Carter, 3 for 25-yards to Hinkle, 2 for 19-yards to Robert Romey, 1 for 6-yards to Jeremiah Dadeboe, 1 for 4-yards to Noreaga Goff, and 1 for 4-yards to Braden Neal, for the Panthers. Carter Luckenbaugh kicked 1 extra point for the Panthers. No other information was available about this game.
The Rockets of Spring Grove (2-1 overall, 0-0 league) defeated the Division II Trojans of York Suburban (0-3 overall, 0-0 league) 56-20. Shay Feulmer led the Rockets rushing attack with 177-yards (including touchdowns of 14, 18, 61, and 19-yards), followed by Nick Erickson with 54, Otacolius with 31, Anthony Beddia with 19, Adam Warehime with 6 (including a 2-yard touchdown), Evan Greer with 2, Zack Stauffer with no yards, and Jake Messersmith with minus 4-yards. Sophomore quarterback Messersmith came in to replace the injured Erickson, who left the game in the first quarter. Erickson completed 2 of 2 passes for 24-yards and Messersmith completed 4 of 10 passes for 126-yards and 2 touchdowns for the Rockets. Logan Hall caught 4 passes for 67-yards (including a 34-yard touchdown from Messersmith), Feulmer caught 1 for 53-yards and a touchdown from Messersmith, and Beddia caught 1 pass for 30-yards, for the Rockets. Brandon Tasker returned an interception 18-yards for a touchdown and intercepted a second pass, Messersmith threw a 2-point conversion pass to Feulmer, Feulmer ran in for a 2-point conversion, Andrew Luckenbaugh kicked 2 extra points, and a blocked punt in the end zone registered a safety, for the Rockets. Liam McWilliams led the Trojans meager rushing attack with 16-yards (including a 13-yard touchdown), followed by Dajour Henderson with 4-yards, Teague Hoffman with minus 4-yards, Collin Mailman with minus 5-yards, Thomas Merkle with minus 8-yards (including a 1-yard touchdown), and Sawyer Robinson with minus 10-yards, as the Trojans netted minus 13-yards rushing for the game. Quarterback Merkle completed 11 of 22 passes for 207-yards, 7 for 129-yards to Jimmy Daglaris, 2 for 62-yards to Mailman, 1 for 8-yards to McWilliams, and 1 for 8-yards to Brad Smith, Daglaris completed a 40-yard touchdown pass to Mailman, and Sawyer Robinson completed a 40-yard pass to Jonas Atkinson, for the Trojans. Atkinson kicked 2 extra points for the Trojans.
The Bearcats of William Penn, York High, (0-3 overall, 0-0 league) were defeated by the Mid-Penn Commonwealth Division’s Cougars of Harrisburg (3-0 overall, 0-0 league) 34-12. Sheldon Small led the Cougars rushing attack with 83-yards, followed by Mikale Clark with 34 (including a 7-yard touchdown), Ahkee Cowan with 4, Shaquan Weedon with 4-yards, Rashein Phillips with 1-yard, and Jorden Sumler with 1-yard. Quarterback Clark completed 14 of 22 passes for 224-yards and 4 touchdowns, 7 for 122-yards to Amechie Walker (including touchdowns of 47, 42, and12-yards), 1 for 49-yards to Sekou Johnson, 3 for 30-yards to Kani Little (including a 24-yard touchdown), 2 for 26-yards to Matrice Jones, and 1 for minus 3-yards to Snell, and Yahmir Wilkerson completed 1 of 2 passes for 36-yards to Shaquan Butts-Anderson, for the Cougars. Joel Davis kicked 2 extra points and Clark threw a 2-point conversion pass to Jones, for the Cougars. Zack Ingram led the Bearcats rushing attack with 73-yards, followed by Bryshon Sweeney with 36, and James Way III with 10-yards. Quarterback Way III completed 9 of 18 passes for 271-yards and2 touchdowns, 2 for 62-yards to Nate Delmotte, 3 for 53-yards to Danny Acevedo (including a 37-yard touchdown), 2 for 22-yards to Sweeney (including an 11-yard touchdown), 1 for 9-yards to Sae’Quan Whitaker, and 1 for 7-yards to Angel DeJesus, for the Bearcats.
The Bobcats of Northeastern (3-0 overall, 0-0 League) defeated the Division II Warriors of Susquehannock (0-3 overall, 0-0 League) 31-10. Kody Reeser led the Bobcats rushing attack with 188-yards, followed by Chris Whack with 113 (including a 17-yard touchdown), Michael Cooper with 14 (including an 8-yard touchdown), Houstin Hoffman with 13, Blake Einsig with a 1-yard touchdown run, and David Ankney with minus 1-yard. Quarterback Einsig completed 7 of 8 passes for 103-yards and 1 touchdown, 2 for 33-yards to Ankney, 1 for 21-yards to Taemer Willis, 2 for 20-yards to Reeser, 1 for 20-yards and a touchdown to Jonathan Butler, and 1 for 9-yards to Whack, for the Bobcats. Chase Sasala kicked a 27-yard field goal and 4 extra points, Mason King recovered a fumble and defended a pass, Cooper and Connor Johnson each defended 2 passes, and Tate Lau defended a pass, for the Bobcats. Myles Moultrie led the Warriors rushing attack with 34-yards, followed by Josh Stoneberg with 29, Riley Collin with 13-yards, and Dorian Faster with 1-yard. Quarterback Stoneberg completed 15 of 29 passes for 157-yards and 1 touchdown, 6 for 82-yards to Nick Tannura, 2 for 27-yards to Tyler Buckley, 2 for 19-yards to Faster (including an 18-yard touchdown), 1 for 13-yards to Aiden Kirkendall, 3 for 12-yards to Dervin Mayberry, and 1 for 4-yards to Alex Petrucci, for the Warriors. Zach Orner kicked a 34-yard field goal and 1 extra point, Jakob Kramer intercepted a pass and caused a fumble, and Rulbeing Quiles recovered a fumble, for the Warriors.
York-Adams Interscholastic Athletic Association (YAIAA) Division II action:
The Bulldogs of West York (2-1 overall, 0-0 league) defeated the Division I Lions of Red Lion (1-2 overall, 0-0 league) 44-27. Garrett Stauffer led the Bulldogs rushing attack with 132-yards (including touchdowns of 12, 5, and 43-yards), followed by Noah Bowers with 95 (including a 3-yard touchdown), Ross Campbell with 58 (including a 1-yrd touchdown), Cadance Thomas with 42, Ryan Narber with 21, Brett Kinneman with a 7-yard touchdown run, and Thomas Bentzel with no yards. Quarterback Campbell completed 15 of 27 passes for 199-yards and 1 touchdown, 9 for 139-yards to Diego Torres (including a 7-yard touchdown), 1 for 17-yards to Ian Lichty, 1 for 13-yards to Cash Gladfelter, 1 for 11-yards to Terry Cains, 2 for 10-yards to Narber, and 1 for 9-yards to Bowers, for the Bulldogs. Brett Strickler kicked 2 extra points, and Noah Townsley recovered a fumble and recorded a sack, for the Bulldogs. Antwan Jackson led the Lions rushing attack with 68-yards, followed by Kenny Holloway with 18, Josh Donaldson with 15, Dylan Gurreri with 6, Patrick Daugherty with 4-yards, and Dalton Grove with minus 53-yards. Quarterback Grove completed 15 of 26 passes for 158-yards and 4 touchdowns, 8 for 92-yards to Kendrick Boyd-Gillespie (including touchdowns of 16, 8, 22, and 22-yards), 1 for 32-yards to Alex Keough, 3 for 13-yards to Derek Ross, 2 for 13-yards to Guiliano Favoriyo, and1 for 7-yards to Christian Castle, for the Lions. Nate Olsen kicked 3 extra points and Nate Orji intercepted a pass for the Lions.
The Canners of Biglerville (2-1 overall, 0-0 league) defeated the Division I Colonials of New Oxford (0-3 overall, 0-0 league) 21-15. Scott Cooper led the Canners rushing attack with 50-yards (including an 8-yard touchdown, followed by Dayne Showers with 30, Sam Laird with 17, Colon Sentz with 6, Gage McAuliffe with 5, Team Weaver with 4-yards, and Ben Hurda with minus 18-yards. Quarterback Hurda completed 8 of 10 passes for 77-yards and 1 touchdown, 3 for 38-yards to McAuliffe, 3 for 33-yards to Cooper (including a 22-yard touchdown), 1 for 6-yards to Jorden Trostle, and 1 for no yards to Showers, for the Canners. Showers intercepted a pass and returned it 54-yards for a touchdown, Trostle kicked 3 extra points, Cooper intercepted a pass, and Nate Mentzer recorded a sack, for the Canners. Hunter Ringrose led the Colonials rushing attack with 69-yards (including an 11-yard touchdown), followed by Daulton Snyder with 39 (including a 10-yard touchdown), Kevin Moser with 20, Keegan Romanoff with 17, Elijah Myers with 17, Trey Parrish with 15, Jordan Gardner with 2-yards, and Corban Czap with minus 1-yard. Quarterback Gardner completed 5 of 13 passes for 46-yards, 3 for 22-yards to Snyder, 1 for 14-yards to Ringrose, and 1 for 10-yards to Romanoff, for the Colonials. Parrish kicked1 extra point and Joey Hoffman tackled the Canners Ben Hurda in the end zone for a safety for the Colonials.
The Warriors of Gettysburg (3-0 overall, 0-0 league) defeated the Mid-Penn Colonial Division’s Indians of Waynesboro (1-2 overall, 0-0 league) 48-6. Lane Sherman led the Warriors rushing attack with 88-yards (including touchdowns of 34, 8, and 3-yards), followed by Nathan Sharrah with 28, Tyler Lampe with 26, Jake Myers with 19 (including a 5-yard touchdown), Kobe Wansel with 16, Mitchell Hoffman with 2-yards, and Wade Laudeman with minus 7-yards. Quarterback Myers completed 11 of 16 passes for 287-yards and 3 touchdowns, 4 for 138-yards to Jordan Turner (including touchdowns of 30 and 55-yards), 1 for 73-yrds and a touchdown to Wansel, 2 for 32-yards to Sherman, 2 for 30-yards to Michael Ingalsbe, and 2 for 14-yards to Lampe, for the Warriors. Michael Heeschen kicked 4 extra points, Sherman ran in for a 2-point conversion, Lampe intercepted 2 passes, Sherman intercepted 1 pass, and Hoffman recorded a sack, for the Warriors. Justin Marion led the Indians rushing attack with 24-yards, followed by Jake Wertz with 12, Matt Peck with 3-yards, Aiden Smith with no yards, and Connor Fetterhoff with minus 3-yards. Quarterback Fetterhoff completed 9 of27 passes for 158-yards and 1 touchdown, 2 for 56-yards to Peck (including a 34-yard touchdown), 1 for 50-yards to Wertz, 2 for 24-yards to Marion, 2 for 10-yards to Devin Palmaffy-Marion, 1 for 9-yards to Brett Mohn, and 1 for 9-yards to Charlie Patterson, for the Indians.
The Eagles of Dover (1-2 overall, 0-0 league) were defeated by the Mid-Penn Keystone Division’s Patriots of Red Land (3-0 overall, 0-0 league) 27-7. Phil Overton led the Patriots rushing attack with 277-yards (including touchdowns of 99 and 3-yards), followed by Justin Johnson with 60 (including a 13-yard touchdown), Garrett Scott with 28, Kyle Campbell with 4-yards, and Hunter Briner with 1-yard. Quarterback Scott completed 6 of 13 passes for 68-yards and 1 touchdown, 2 for 23-yards to Kyle Campbell, 1 for 18-yards and a touchdown to Tyler Hodges, 2 for 16-yards to Briner, and 1 for 11-yards to Kyle Mowry, for the Patriots. Jeremy Fisher kicked 1 extra point and the Patriots recorded a 2-point conversion. Joey Zutell led the Eagles rushing attack with 58-yards, followed by John Sterner with 48, Durran Ledbetter with 44 (including a 1-yard touchdown), Dylan Barton with 25, Chase Heath with 11, Kenton Hoopes with 11-yards, Marcus Howell with 1-yard, and Dorian Morris with 1-yard. Quarterback Hoopes completed 4 of 5 passes for 48-yards, 1 for 25-yards to Derek Brenneman, 1 for 11-yards to Caden Snyder, 1 for 6-yards to Barton, and 1 for 6-yards to Zutell, for the Eagles. Josh Bradley kicked 1 extra point for the Eagles.
The Golden Knights of Eastern York (3-0 overall, 0-0 League) shut out the Division III Nighthawks of Hanover (1-2 overall, 0-0 league) 58-0. David Livelsberger led the Golden Knights rushing attack with 126-yards (including a 6-yard touchdown), followed by Jake Kessler with 98 (including touchdowns of 5 and 6-yards), Lucas Barshinger with 96, Keegan Corwell with 83 (including a 52-yaed touchdown), Shane Carberry with 20, Sam Pollock with 5-yards, and Conrad Rhein with a 1-yard touchdown run. Quarterback Rhein completed 2 of 2 passes for 30-yards to Connor Barshinger (including a 2-yard touchdown). Damian McKinsey returned an interception 70-yards for a touchdown, Barshinger returned an interception 50-yards for a touchdown, McKinsey kicked 6 extra points, Rhein ran in for a 2-point conversion and threw a 2-point conversion pass to Connor Barshinger, for the Golden Knights. Jordan Laughman led the Nighthawks rushing attack with 38-yards, followed by Elijah Boswell with 8, Wendall Oliveras with 5-yards, Nick Seymour with 1-yard, Devon Bell with no yards, Colton Ehrhart with no yards, Kyle Krout with no yards, Bill Morris with minus 1-yard, and Justin Barnes with minus 4-yards. Quarterback Krout completed 11 of 27 passes for 129-yards, 5 for 67-yards to Dylan Kreiger, 3 for 39-yards to Ehrhart, 1 for 10-yards to Resean Williams, 1 for 9-yards to Dylan Stair, and1 for 4-yards to Seymour, for the Nighthawks.
The Rams of Kennard-Dale (1-2 overall, 0-0 league) defeated the Division III Spartans of York County Tech (0-3 overall, 0-0 league) 30-12. Chase Carlisle led the Rams rushing attack with 52-yards, followed by Josh Eaton with 48, Daniel Brewer with 13, and Kendall Wales with 9-yards. Quarterback Brewer completed 6 of 12 passes for 95-yards and 3 touchdowns, 3 for 36-yards to Kyle Woolridge (including touchdowns of 11 and unknown-yards), 2 for 46-yards to Austin Jenkins (including a 26-yard touchdown), and 1 for 13-yards to Wales, for the Rams. Quincy Noland recovered a blocked punt in the end zone for a touchdown, Jenkins kicked a 24-yard field goal and 2 extra points, and Carlisle intercepted a pass, for the Rams. Jibri Jones led the Spartans rushing attack with 79-yards (including a 52-yard touchdown), followed by Damarius Wiggins with 6-yards, and Kahliek Savery with minus 5-yards. Quarterback Savery completed 1 of 4 passes for 19-yards to Bones for the Spartans.
York-Adams Interscholastic Athletic Association (YAIAA) Division III action:
The Fighting Irish of York Catholic (1-2 overall, 0-0 league) were defeated by the Berks Inter-County 2 Saints of Berks Catholic (3-0 overall, 0-0 league) 51-7. Emmanuel “Pop” Lacey led the Saints rushing attack with 125-yards (including touchdowns of 4 and 4-yards), followed by John Reedy with 96, Isaac Lutz with 62 (including a 48-yard touchdown), Marco Ramos with 27 (including a 6-yard touchdown), John Paulik with 27, Marcus Wilson with 24, Joe Stiles with 22, Justin Huntsman with 16, Brian Tanis with 15-yards, Todd Reedy with a 2-yard touchdown run, and Patrick Causa with no yards. Quarterback Causa completed 7 of 12 passes for 90-yards and 2 touchdowns, 2 for 65-yards to John Reedy (for touchdowns of 41 and 24-yards), 1 for 14-yards to Lacey, 2 for 7-yards to Lutz, and 2 for 4-yards to Stiles, for the Saints. Ross Pilliod kicked a 22-yaed field goal and 4 extra points and Causa threw a 2-point conversion pass to Lutz for the Saints. Hakeem Kinard led the Fighting Irish rushing attack with 55-yards (including a 45-yard touchdown), followed by Andrew Poison with 41, Greg Bennett with 9-yards, Jack Burnside with 1-yard, and Joe Bauhof with minus 3-yards. Quarterback Hakeem Kinard completed 14 of25 passes for 68-yards, 3 for 22-yards to Bauhof, 3 for 17-yards to Yokemick, 2 for 16-yards to Luke Brennan, 2 for 5-yards to Burnside, 1 for 5-yards to Brandon Creisher, and3 for 3-yards to Qua’shawn Grooms, for the Fighting Irish. Jakkar Kinard returned a kickoff 93-yards for a touchdown and Brennan kicked a 24-yard field goal and 2 extra points for the Fighting Irish.
The Thunderbolts of Littlestown (1-2 overall, 0-0 league) were defeated by the Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 2 Crusaders of Lancaster Catholic (1-2 overall, 0-0 league) 49-19. Nassir Weaver led the Crusaders rushing attack with 218-yards (including touchdowns of 26, 64, 26, and 2-yards), followed by Dajzon Garcia with 36 (including an 11-yard touchdown), William Bourne with 11, and Jordan Scott with 9-yards. Quarterback Scott completed 13 of 22 passes for 204-yards and 1 touchdown, 5 for 71-yards to Jared Kramp (including a 40-yard touchdown), 4 for 61-yards to Andrew Bertz, 2 for 50-yards to Christian Kemp, 1 for 19-yards to Cole Cassel, and 1 for 3-yards to Weaver, for the Crusaders. Kemp returned a punt 55-yards for a touchdown, Dan Miklos kicked 5 extra points, and Christian Sweigert and Kramp each intercepted a pass for the Crusaders. The Crusaders also recorded a safety. Tyler Carr led the Thunderbolts rushing attack with 51-yards, followed by Lucas Reynolds with 40, Joe Taylor with 35 (including a 26-yard touchdown), Zach Brown with 20, Dylan Morley with 20, Connor Geiman with 10, Jarrett Brittain with 8, Tanner Noble with 8, Wesley Storey with 8, Andrew Matthews with 4 (including a 2-yard touchdown), Jose Ariza with no yards, and Cody Boyd with minus 2-yards. Quarterback Boyd completed 8 of14 passes for 74-yards and 1 touchdown, Brittain completed 2 of 4 passes for 9-yards, and Noble completed 1 pass for 2-yards, for the Thunderbolts. Reynolds caught 7 passes for 68-yards (including a 15-yard touchdown from Boyd), Storey caught 1 pass for 9-yards, Brown caught 2 passes for 6-yards, and Taylor caught 1 pass for 2-yards, for the Thunderbolts. Geiman kicked 1 extra point for the Thunderbolts.
The Eagles of Bermudian Springs, (3-0 overall, 1-0 league) shut out the Mid-Penn Colonial Division’s Greyhounds of Shippensburg (1-2 overall, 0-0 league) 21-0. Colton Dull led the Eagles rushing attack with 121-yards, followed by Briton Shelton with 103 (including touchdowns of 1 and 3-yards), Ryan Markle with 60 (including a 14-yard touchdown), and Phoenix Russell with 23-yards. Quarterback Markle completed 7 of 12 passes for 144-yards, 2 for 61-yards to Brady Myers, 1 for 27-yards to Derek Starner, 1 for 24-yards to Wyatt Gearhart, 2 for 20-yards to Shelton, and 1 for 12-yards to Russell, for the Eagles. Connor Zahm kicked 3 extra points and Markle intercepted a pass for the Eagles. Emmit Geiger led the Greyhounds rushing attack with 66-yards, followed by Victor Fermin with 45-yards, Nadir Jones with 1-yard, and Tyler Gustafson with minus 27-yards. Quarterback Gustafson completed 4 of 13 passes for 38-yards, 2 for 22-yards to Andrew Norman, 1 for 11-yards to Cody Gustafson, and 1 for 5-yards to Wade Mills, for the Greyhounds.
The Squires of Delone Catholic (1-2 overall, 0-0 league) were defeated by the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association Crusaders of St. Paul (2-2 overall, 0-0 league) 41-20. Adyn Johnson led the Crusaders rushing attack with 67-yards (including a 47-yard touchdown), followed by Joe Pollard with 25 (including a 4-yard touchdown), Anthony Pino with 16, and Tyler Rockhill with 7-yards. Quarterback Pino completed 10 of 17 passes for 147-yards and 2 touchdowns, 3 for 41-yards to Rockhill, 2 for 35-yards to Pollard, 2 for 30-yards to Adyn Johnson (including a 24-yard touchdown), 2 for 22-yards to Darius Johnson (including an 8-yard touchdown), and 1 for 19-yards to Alan Koikol, for the Crusaders. Koikol returned a punt 95-yards for a touchdown and an interception 80-yards for another touchdown, Brooks Golden kicked 3 extra points, and Tyler Rockhill blocked a punt, for the Crusaders. Alex Little led the Squires rushing attack with 80-yards, followed by Jake Kadis with 51, Lucas Shull with 41 (including a 2-yard touchdown), Alec Maitland with 4-yards, and Brian Shermeyer with minus 1-yard. Quarterback Shermeyer completed 14 of 22 passes for 121-yards and 2 touchdowns, 5 for 52-yards to Brandon Zumbrum (including a 24-yard touchdown), 2 for 17-yards to Justin Gobrecht, 2 for 15-yards to Larry Lefler, 1 for 14-yards to Jacob Smith, 1 for 12-yards and a touchdown to Kadis, and 3 for 11-yards to Shull, for the Squires. Jay Strickland kicked 2 extra points for the Squires.
The Knights of Fairfield (2-1 overall, 1-0 league) and the All American Conference Warriors of Carson Long Military Academy (0-2 overall, 0-0 league) 49-20. Michael Quealy returned a kickoff 65-yards for a touchdown and scored 2 other touchdowns on runs of 14 and 20-yards, Tyler Karsteter returned an interception 20-yards for a touchdown and tackled a player in the end zone for a safety, Mason Flickinger scored 3 touchdowns, on runs of 7, 10, and 39-yards, and Brandon Hummel kicked 5 extra points, for the Knights. No other player statistics for the Knights was available. Brady Kyle led the Warriors rushing attack with 14-yards (including a 12-yard touchdown), followed by John Proia with 10, and Will Romberger with 2-yards (including a 1-yard touchdown). Kyle completed 8 of 22 passes for 124-yards and 1 touchdown and Proia completed 4 of 4 passes for 91-yards for the Warriors. Nazir Johnson caught 6 passes for 123-yards (including a 65-yard touchdown from Kyle), Proia caught 5 passes for 55-yards, and Ryan Estep caught 1 pass for 7-yards, for the Warriors. Kyle threw a 2-point conversion pass to Estep for the Warriors.
Mid-Penn Conference action
The Mid-Penn Colonial Division’s Polar Bears of Northern York (1-2 overall, 0-0 league) were shut out by the Mid-Penn Keystone Division’s Wildcats of Mechanicsburg (1-2 overall, 0-0 league) 35-0. Shyheim Brown led the Wildcats rushing attack with 201-yards (including touchdowns of 53 and 7-yards), followed by Elijah Strawbridge with 67 (including a 12-yard touchdown), Zak Huth with 41-yards, and Jonathan Vega with minus 4-yards. Tyler Schubert completed 6 of 10 passes for 135-yards and 2 touchdowns, 2 for 51-yards to Jeray Anderson (including touchdowns of 38 and 13 yards), 2 for 37-yars to Breon Coke, 1 for 27-yards to Zach Brougher, and 1 for 20-yards to Takeno Scales, for the Wildcats. Matthew Barber kicked 5 extra points for the Wildcats. Robert Shelly led the Polar Bears rushing attack with 41-yards, followed by Ryan Evans with 32- Sam Geiser with 13, and Curtis Robison with 4-yards. Quarterback Robison completed 9 of 20 passes for 46 and Justin Markle completed 4 of 7 passes for 54-yards for the Polar Bears. Geiser caught 6 passes for 65-yards, Isaiah Horning caught 2 passes for 26-yards, Jake Cromer caught 1 pass for 16-yards, Michael Kearney caught 2 passes for 3-yards, and Dylan Baxter caught 2 passes for minus 10-yards, for the Polar Bears.
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