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Written by: Bill Engelhardt on Tuesday, September 30th, 2014
Stat Stars of the Week
Rushing: (200 yds or more)
Passing: (200 yds or more)
425 yds – Connor Fetterhoff – Waynesboro
221 yds – Hakeem Kinard – York Catholic
Touchdown Passes: (4 or more)
4 – Connor Fetterhoff – Waynesboro
Receiving: (100 yds or more)
201 yds – Justin Marion – Waynesboro
118 yds – Dalton Brittain – Littlestown
105 yds – Tavain Dorsey – Delone Catholic
102 yds – Cash Gladfelter – West York
Kickoff Returns for Touchdowns:
91 yds – Wesley Storey – Littlestown
87 yds – Kobe Wansel – Gettysburg
Punt Returns for Touchdowns:
75 yds – Teague Hoffman – York Suburban
Kicking: Multiple Field Goals
2 – Carter Luckenbaugh – Central York
2 – Damian McKinsey – Eastern York
Field Goals: 30 Yards or More:
42 yds – Jorden Trostle – Biglerville
37 yds – Carter Luckenbaugh – Central York
32 yds – Damian McKinsey – Eastern York
31 yds – Carter Luckenbaugh – Central York
30 yds – James Strickland – Delone Catholic
Interception Returns for Touchdowns:
78 yds – Derek Ross – Red Lion
44 yds – John Sterner – Dover
22 yds – Wade Laudeman – Gettysburg
Interceptions: (2 or more)
2 – John Sterner – Dover
Tackles: (10 or More)
14 – Brandon Baer – Waynesboro
14 – Hayden Schimp – Dallastown
10 – Jacob Garrity – Dallastown
10 – William Reilly – Dallastown
10 – Forrest Rhyme – Waynesboro
District 3 Notes for York & Adams Counties
York-Adams Interscholastic Athletic Association (YAIAA) Division I action:
The Mustangs of South Western (1-4 overall, 1-1 League) were edged by the Panthers of Central York (2-3 overall, 2-0 league) 20-13 in overtime in league action. The Panthers scored a touchdown on Terrance Carter’s 10-yard run and then the Mustangs’ Brock Geiman threw a pass into the end zone. One official signaled touchdown, one signaled incomplete pass, and one signaled interception. Many observers thought the pass was incomplete because the players were out of bounds but the game ended when the interception call stood. The Mustangs gained 150-yards rushing and 11-yards passing for a total of 267-yards of offense. Junior quarterback Brock Geiman completed 4 of 13 passes for the 118-yards, 2 for 78-yards to Drew Hartlaub and 2 for 39-yards to Noah Staub, for the Mustangs. Hartlaub led the Mustangs rushing attack with 9 carries for 54-yards (including a 24-yard touchdown), followed by Geiman with 9 carries for 33-yards (including a 1-yard touchdown), Miles Francis with 6 carries for 29-yards, Robby Harbison with 10 carries for 20-yards, and Bret Hertzog with 1 carry for 15-yards. Andrew Slater kicked 1 extra point, Brady Thayer intercepted a pass and returned it 67-yards for a touchdown and defended 2 passes, Brady Thayer intercepted a pass and returned it for 20-yards and defended 1 pass, Ryan Krebs intercepted a pass and returned it for 11-yards, Luke Baugher recorded 1 sack and 2 pass hurries, Tyler Jachelski recorded 2 pass hurries, Miles Francis recorded 1 pass hurry, and Hartlaub recorded 1 pass defense, for the Mustangs. The Panthers gained 214-yards rushing and 141 yards passing for a total of 355 yards gained. Quarterback Nik Strine completed 9 of 18 passes for 214-yards, 3 for 53-yards to Braden Neal, 3 for 38-yards to Jeremiah Dadeboe, 2 for 38-yards to Terrance Carter, and 1 for 12-yards to Pearson Hinkle, for the Panthers. Carter led the Panthers rushing attack with 22 carries for 145-yards (including touchdowns of 13 and 10-yards), followed by Hinkle with 12 carries for 48-yards, and Strine with 7 carries for 21-yards. Carter Luckenbaugh kicked 2 field goals (for 31 and 37-yards) and kicked 2 6 extra points, Elzir Stroman intercepted a pass to end the game and recovered a fumble, and Jackson Loring caused a fumble, for the Panthers.
The Wildcats of Dallastown (4-1 overall, 2-0 league) defeated the Bearcats of William Penn, York High, (0-5 overall, 0-2 league) 28-7 in league action. Addison Quinones led the Wildcats rushing attack with 87-yards, followed by Sharod Wilson with 82 (including a 45-yard touchdown), Dezmond Jones with 65 (including a 58-yard touchdown), Cade Gold with 62 (including a 51-yard touchdown), Jacob Garrity with 9, and Zion Devance with 2-yards. Quarterback Gold completed 5 of 10 passes for 58-yards and 1 touchdown, 2 for 42-yards to Owen Ritter (including a 25-yard touchdown), 1 for 9-yards to Kiwane Tarbet, 1 for 7-yards to John Middleton, and 1 for no yards to Jawaun McMillian, for the Wildcats. McKinley Curran kicked 4 extra points, Quinones intercepted a pass and returned it 20-yards and defended a pass, Middleton intercepted a pass and returned it 8-yards, Kristoffer Phennicie recorded 2 sacks and 2 pass hurries, Garrity recorded a pass defense and a pass hurry, and, Sean Roberts, and Zaire Willis each recorded a pass hurry, for the Wildcats. Bryshon Sweeney led the Bearcats rushing attack with 67-yards, (including a 7-yard touchdown), followed by Zack Ingram with 8, Danny Acevedo with 4-yards, and James Way III with minus 18-yards. Quarterback Way III completed 17 of 28 passes for 190-yards, 5 for 62-yards to Whitaker, 6 for 61-yards to Sweeney, 3 for 49-yards to Acevedo, 2 for 15-yards to Nate Delmotte, and 1 for 13-yards to Angel DeJesus, for the Bearcats. Ethan Fogelman kicked 1 extra point for the Bearcats.
The Rockets of Spring Grove (3-2 overall, 1-1 league) shut out the Colonials of New Oxford (0-5 overall, 0-2 league) 35-0 in league action. Shay Feulmer led the Rockets rushing attack with 128-yards (including touchdowns of 10 and 12-yards), followed by Anthony Beddia with 20, Nick Erickson with 17-yards, L.J. Chisolm with 6, Nathan Young with 4, Marvin Martinez with 3-yards, Jake Messersmith with minus 4-yards, and Jordyn Brown with minus 5-yards. Quarterback Erickson completed 5 of 8 passes for 71-yards and 2 touchdowns, Messersmith completed 3 of 3 passes for 30-yards, and Feulmer completed 1 pass for 25-yards and a touchdown to Beddia, for the Rockets. Beddia caught 4 passes for 58-yards (including the 25-yard touchdown from Feulmer and a 14-yard touchdown from Erickson), Chisolm caught 3 for 31-yards, Brady Stein caught 1 for 24-yards and a touchdown from Erickson, and Adam Warehouse caught 1 pass for 13-yards, for the Rockets. Andrew Luckenbaugh kicked 5 extra points for the Rockets. Daulton Snyder led the Colonials rushing attack with 60-yards, followed by Hunter Ringrose with 37, Elijah Myers with 5, Josh Shultz with 4, Kyle West with 3, Trevon Brown with 2, Keegan Romanoff with 2-yards, Brandon Scott with no yards, Corban Czap with minus 26-yards, and Trey Parrish with minus 32-yards. Quarterback Czap completed 3 of 9 passes for 42-yards, 2 for 24-yards to Ringrose and 1 for 18-yards to Myers, for the Colonials.
The Lions of Red Lion (3-2 overall, 2-0 league) defeated the Bobcats of Northeastern (3-2 overall, 0-2 League) 21-14 in league action. Antwan Jackson led the Lions rushing attack with 54-yards (including a 23-yard touchdown), followed by Kenny Holloway with 18, Dan Waldrup with 3-yards, and Alex Keough with minus 2-yards. Quarterback Dalton Grove completed 10 of 18 passes for 79-yards and 1 touchdown, 2 for 39-yards to Matthias Cabbell, 2 for 14-yards to Waldrup, 2 for 11-yards to Derek Ross, 2 for 9-yards to Christian Castle (including a 3-yard touchdown), 1 for 4-yards to James Jackson, and 1 for 2-yards to Keogh, for the Lions. Ross returned an interception 78-yards for a touchdown and Sam Emig kicked 3 extra points for the Lions. Chris Whack led the Bobcats rushing attack with 75-yards, followed by Michael Cooper with 15-yards, David Ankney with minus 1-yard, and Blake Einsig with minus 39-yards. Quarterback Einsig completed 8 of 19 passes for 100-yards and 2 touchdowns, 2 for 34-yards to Gary Gobernik (including a 23-yard touchdown), 2 for 27-yards to Zack Williams, 1 for 20-yards and a touchdown to Ankney, 2 for 16-yards to Jordan Zinkle, and 1 for 3-yards to Whack, for the Bobcats. Chase Sasala kicked 2 extra points and Connor Johnson intercepted a pass for the Bobcats.
York-Adams Interscholastic Athletic Association (YAIAA) Division II action:
The Warriors of Gettysburg (4-1 overall, 1-1 league) defeated the Warriors of Susquehannock (0-5 overall, 0-1 League) 63-6 in league action. Tyler Lampe led the Gettysburg rushing attack with 67-yards (including a 65-yard touchdown), followed by Lane Sherman with 56 (including a 47-yard touchdown), Oakley Marsh with 50 (including a 5-yard touchdown), Dalton Lyons with 32 (including a 20-yard touchdown), Edny Celius with 31, Nate Sharrah with 25, Tyler Clemons with 22, Mitch Hoffman with 15, Jake Myers with 15, Wade Laudeman with a 12-yard touchdown, and Tyler Wilt with no yards. Quarterback Myers completed 2 of 4 passes for 109-yards and 1 touchdown, 1 for 80-yards and a touchdown to Kobe Wansel and 1 for 29-yards to Michael Ingalsbe, for the Gettysburg Warriors. Wansel returned the opening kickoff 87-yards for a touchdown, Laudeman returned an interception 22-yards for a touchdown, and Michael Heeschen kicked 9 extra points for the Gettysburg Warriors. Josh Stoneberg led the Susquehannock Warriors rushing attack with 22-yards, followed by Collin Riley with 5, Mason Woods with 2-yards, Dorian Faster and Ray Wenger with 1-yard each, Tucker Devilbliss with no yards, and Myles Moultrie with minus 5-yards. The Susquehannock Warriors were held to a net of 29-yards rushing for the game. Quarterback Stoneberg completed 6 of 16 passes for 61-yards and Chase Summers completed 2 of 6 passes for 40-yrds and a touchdown for the Susquehannock Warriors. Faster caught 2 passes for 47-yards, Nate Campbell caught 1 pass for 25-yards, Chris Apgar caught 1 pass for 15-yards and a touchdown from Summers, Jakob Kramer caught 1 pass for 6-yards, Riley caught 2 passes for 4-yards, and Wood caught 1 pass for 4-yards, for the Susquehannock Warriors.
The Eagles of Dover (3-2 overall, 2-0 league) defeated the Golden Knights of Eastern York (3-2 overall, 0-2 League) 28-12 in league action. Durran Ledbetter led the Eagles rushing attack with 121-yards (including touchdowns of 3 and 12-yards), followed by John Sterner with 95 (including a 77-yad touchdown), Dylan Barton with 31, Kenyon Hoopes with 19, and Joey Zutell with 12-yards. Quarterback Hoopes failed to complete a pass in 3 attempts. Sterner returned an interception 44-yards for a touchdown and Robert Maze kicked 4 extra points for the Eagles. David Livelsberger led the Golden Knights rushing attack with 52-yards, followed by Lucas Barshinger with 29, Jake Kessler with 37-yards, and Conrad Rhein with no yards. Quarterback Rhein completed 6 of 16 passes for 147-yards and 1 touchdown, 2 for 74-yards to Damian McKinsey (including a 64-yard touchdown), 3 for 38-yards to Livelsberger, 1 for 28-yards to Kessler, and 1 for 7-yards to Ryan Kalke, for the Golden Knights. McKinsey kicked 2 field goals, for 32 and 23-yards, for the Golden Knights.
The Bulldogs of West York (4-1 overall, 2-0 league) shut out the Rams of Kennard-Dale (1-4 overall, 0-2 league) 55-0 in league action. Cadence Thomas led the Bulldogs rushing attack with 117-yards (including touchdowns of 1 and 37-yards), followed by Jamal Anderson with 90 (including a 1-yard touchdown), Nick Spadafora with 63, Noah Bowers with 49, Rammell Baldwin with 48 (including a 38-yard touchdown), Ross Campbell with 47 (including touchdowns of 20 and 3-yards), and Garrett Stauffer with 7-yards. Quarterback Campbell completed 5 of 8 passes for 115-yards and 2 touchdowns, 3 for 102-yards to Cash Gladfelter (including a 76-yard touchdown), 1 for 13-yards and a touchdown to Diego Torres, and 1 for no yards to Bowers, for the Bulldogs. Brett Strickler kicked 6 extra points and Evan Keim kicked1 extra point for the Bulldogs. Chase Carlile led the Rams meager rushing attack with 5-yards, followed by Daniel Brewer with minus 1-yard, Josh Eaton with minus 4-yards, and Shawn Ellis with minus 8-yards, as the Rams were held to minus 8-yards rushing for the game. Quarterback Brewer completed 12 of 22 passes for 22-yards, 2 for 13-yards to Kendall Wales, 1 for 8-yards to Kyle Wooldridge, 4 for 5-yards to Jacob Deppen, 1 for 2-yards to Camren Ohler, 1 for 1-yard to Eaton, 1 for no yards to Carlile, and 2 for minus 3-yards to Austin Jenkins, for the Rams.
The Trojans of York Suburban (2-3 overall, 1-0 league) shut out the Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 3 Mountaineers of Ephrata (0-5 overall, 0-1 league) 49-0 in non-league action. Dajour Henderson led the Trojans rushing attack with 89-yards (including a 67-yard touchdown), followed by Liam McWilliams with 49 (including a 17-yard touchdown), Thomas Merkle with 23 (including a 2-yard touchdown), Justice Gettle with 22, Dakota Johns with 21, Evander Harris with 6, Dimitrios Jimmy Daglaris with 5, Zach Hoke with a 2-yard touchdown, Colin Deardorff with 2-yards, and Jake Taylor with minus 2-yards. Quarterback Merkle completed 6 of 7 passes for 72-yards and 2 touchdowns, 1 for 42-yards to Kevin Moats, 2 for 16-yards to Colin Mailman (including a 5-yard touchdown), 1 for 7-yards to Daglaris, 1 for 6-yards to Teague Hoffman, and 1 for 1-yard and a touchdown to Sawyer Robinson, and Deardorff completed 1 of 3 passes for 15-yards to Tristan Kinard, for the Trojans. Hoffman returned a punt 75-yards for a touchdown, recovered a fumble, caused a fumble, and defended a pass, Daglaris intercepted a pass and returned it 44-yards, Jonas Atkinson kicked 5 extra points, Robinson ran in for a 2-poiunt conversion and recovered a fumble, Kevin Moats, and Ben Salazar each recovered a fumble, Ralph Casper, David Kline, and Jake Taylor each caused a fumble, and Dustin Knaub and Isaac Speranza each defended a pass, for the Trojans. Zachary Lorah led the Mountaineers rushing attack with 19-yards, followed by R.J. Barrett with 14, Michael Caraballo with 8, Jerrad Malmer with 5, Alex Rummel with 4-yards, Dustin Fisher with minus 2-yards, Hunter Lehman with minus 6-yards and Jory Hagen with minus 40-yards, for a net of2-yards rushing for the game. Quarterback Hagen completed 8 of 19 passes for 91-yards, 4 for 44-yards to Caraballo, 1 for 21-yards to Rummel, 2 for 14-yards to Lorah, and 1 for 12-yards to Fisher, for the Mountaineers.
York-Adams Interscholastic Athletic Association (YAIAA) Division III action:
The Eagles of Bermudian Springs, (5-0 overall, 2-0 league) shut out the Knights of Fairfield (3-2 overall, 1-1 league) 48-0 in league action. Colton Dull led the Eagles rushing attack with 82-yards, followed by Briton Shelton with 82 (including touchdowns of 4, 2, and 3-yards), Quinton King with 39 (including a 13-yard touchdown), Phoenix Russell with 24, Ethan Frank with 18, Ryan Markle with 12, Ashton West with a 9-yard touchdown run, Brenton Krebs with 5, Ben Egenrieder with 3, Keith Paul with 2, and Collin Weigle with 2-yards. Quarterback Markle completed 4 of 6 passes for 106-yards and 2 touchdowns, 2 for 61-yards to Wyatt Gearhart (including an 11-yard touchdown) and 2 for 45-yards to Russell (including a 22-yard touchdown). Connor Zahm kicked 6 extra points for the Eagles. Matt Petrie led the Knights meager rushing attack with 14-yards, followed by Darian Mort with 3-yards, Tyler Karsteter with minus 1-yard, Michael Quealy with minus 1-yard, and Mason Flickinger with minus 31-yards, as the Knights were held to minus 16-yards rushing for the game. Quarterback Flickinger completed 5 of 13 passes for 92-yards, 3 for 40-yard to Antijuan Washington, 1 for 32-yards to Alex Irwin, and 1 for no yards to Petrie, and Mort completed 1 pass for 20-yards to Aaron Moore, for the Knights.
The Canners of Biglerville (3-2 overall, 1-1 league) edged the Spartans of York County Tech (1-4 overall, 1-1 league) 17-8 in league action. Tim Weaver led the Canners rushing attack with 111-yards, followed by Sam Laird with 53 (including a 4-yard touchdown), Scott Cooper with 41, Dayne Showers with 19, Brock Asper with 7-yards, and Ben Hurda with minus 4-yards. Quarterback Hurda completed 6 of 12 passes for 70-yards and 1 touchdown, 3 for 46-yards to Cooper (including a 31-yard touchdown), 1 for 25-yards to Laird, and 1 for minus 1-yard to Showers, for the Canners. Jorden Trostle kicked a 42-yard field goal and 2 extra points for the Canners. Jibri Bones led the Spartans rushing attack with 72-yards, followed by Nashid Bones with 51, Kyle Chesnavage with 26, Damarius Wiggins with 9, and Kahleik Savery with 3-yards. Quarterback Savery completed 4 of 6 passes for 32-yards and 1 touchdown and quarterback Wiggins completed 3 of 5 passes for 25-yards for the Spartans. Nashid Bones caught 4 passes for 41-yards (including a 9-yard touchdown from Savery), Jibri Bones caught 2 pass for 11-yards, and David Porter caught 1 pass for 5-yards, for the Spartans. Chesnavage ran in for a 2-point conversion for the Spartans.
The Squires of Delone Catholic (2-3 overall, 1-1 league) defeated the Thunderbolts of Littlestown (1-4 overall, 0-2 league) 30-19 in league action. Jake Kadis led the Squires rushing attack with 83-yards, followed by Alex Little with 76 (including a 1-yard touchdown), Lucas Shull with 5, Brian Shermeyer with 2-yards, and Tavian Dorsey with minus 1-yard (including a 3-yard touchdown). Quarterback Shermeyer completed 4 of 8 passes for 156-yards and 2 touchdowns, 2 for 105-yards to Dorsey (including an 85-yard touchdown) and 2 for 51-yards to Justin Gobrecht (including a 30-yard touchdown), for the Squires. James Strickland kicked a 30-yard field goal and 3 extra points for the Squires. Lucas Reynolds led the Thunderbolts rushing attack with 51-yards, followed by Wesley Storey with 19m Zach Brown with 14, Joe Taylor with 3-yards, and Cody Boyd with minus 7-yards. Quarterback Boyd completed 9 of 16 passes for 151-yards and 2 touchdowns and Reynolds completed 2 of 5 passes for 30-yards for the Thunderbolts. Dalton Brittain caught 6 passes for 118-yards (including touchdowns of 57 and 2-yards from Boyd), Lane Nye caught 5 passes for 43-yards, and Reynolds caught 1 pass for 20-yards, for the Thunderbolts. Storey returned a kickoff 91-yards for a touchdown and Jackson Hornbrook kicked 1 extra point for the Thunderbolts.
The Fighting Irish of York Catholic (3-2 overall, 2-0 league) defeated the Nighthawks of Hanover (1-4 overall, 0-2 league) 35-19 in league action. Hakeem Kinard led the Fighting Irish rushing attack with 107-yards (including touchdowns of 5 and 6-yards), followed by Gregory Bennett with 44, Jack Burnside with 41-yards, and Jaklar Kinard with minus 2-yards. Quarterback Hakeem Kinard completed 11 of 21 passes for 221-yards and 3 touchdowns, 2 for 95-yards to Qua’Shawn Grooms (including touchdowns of 33 and 62-yards), 2 for 44-yards to Scott Bartkowiak, 2 for 36-yards to Luke Brennan (including a 15-yard touchdown, 3 for 30-yards to Joseph Bauhoff, 1 for 11-yards to Daniel Yokemick, and 1 for 5-yards to Burnside, for the Fighting Irish. Luke Brennan kicked 5 extra points for the Fighting Irish. Jordan Laughman led the Nighthawks rushing attack with 157-yards (including a 46-yard touchdown), followed by Elijah Boswell with 29, Nick Seymour with 6, Colton Ehrhart with 5-yards, and Kyle Krout with a 1-yard touchdown run. Quarterback Krout completed 13 of 37 passes for 139-yards and 1 touchdown, 5 for 69-yards to Dylan Krieger (including a 44-yard touchdown), 6 for 48-yards to Seymour, and 2 for 22-yards to Resean Williams, for the Nighthawks. Krieger kicked 1 extra point for the Nighthawks.
Mid-Penn Conference action
The Mid-Penn Keystone Division’s Patriots of Red Land (5-0 overall, 2-0 league) edged the Indians of Susquehanna Township (0-5 overall, 0-2 league) 46-42 in league action. The Indians returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown but the Patriots scored touchdowns with 4:03 and 37 seconds left in the game to pullout the win in this donnybrook. No other information was available about this game.
The Mid-Penn Colonial Division’s Polar Bears of Northern York (2-3 overall, 1-1 league) were defeated by the Indians of Waynesboro (2-3 overall, 2-0 league) 40-25 in league action. Justin Marion led the Indians rushing attack with 92-yards (including 1 touchdown), followed by Jake Wertz with 90 (including 1 touchdown), Aiden Smith with 34, Brady Riddell with 9, and Connor Fetterhoff with 3-yards. Quarterback Fetterhoff completed 22 of 30 passes for 435-yards and 4 touchdowns, 9 for 201-yards to Marion (including 2 touchdowns), 4 for 94-yards to Matt Peck (including 2 touchdowns), 5 for 92-yards to Devin Palmaffy-Marion, 2 for 55-yards to Wertz, 1 for 12-yards to Aiden Smith, and 1 for 7-yards to Charlie Patterson, for the Indians. Matt Peck completed 1 pass for 37-yards for the Indians. Dylan Cummings kicked 2 extra points, Wertz ran in for a 2-point conversion, and Trevor Biller and Rhyme each recorded a sack, for the Indians. No further information about this game was available.
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