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Who stood out Week 2

Written by: on Sunday, September 11th, 2011. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


What did you think of the second week of high school football? What team(s), player(s) or moments stood out for you? Post a comment below and we can chat about it.

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16 Responses to “Who stood out Week 2”

  1. Wildcats says:

    James Berger from Western Wayne !!!

    Western Wayne’s Star RB/WR/DB Robbie Siclari Went down and is out for the season and James steped up for the Wildcats.

    He has 3 Catches 104 Yards 2 Td’s
    6 Solo Tackles 4 Assist 1 Interception returned for 45 yards as the Saftey.
    He also was 4-5 on PAT
    He also Long Snaped, Kicked off (Strong Leg)and returned punts.

  2. CC Fan says:

    How about those Cedar Cliff Colts! 2-0 to start the season, the offense is clicking on all cylinders and the 1st string defense has only allowed 1 TD.

    Week 2 was a 2 night game vs South Western, and CC won both nights for a 34-7 victory with the 2nd string playing just about the whole 4th qtr.

  3. Ken says:

    Brad Fegley of Southern Columbia: 10 for 13- 175 yds passing w/ a TD; on defense also had a big game with a bunch of tackles for loss. Keith Day also had a big game for SCA w/ over 100 yds receiving & an INT on defense.

  4. Brian says:

    not necessarily who but what stuck out was that SCA had more passing yards than rushing yards against montoursville (175 passing, 125 rushing) and the 42-7 score was not a good representation of how close the game was.

  5. SEPAGuru says:

    David Williams – West Catholic
    211 yards on 32 carries against one of the top teams in the state and only a JR.

  6. adam says:

    the freedom patriots who were up 34-10 on acc and held on for a 34-24 victory. they have a solid backfield running attack with some horses up front. with a favorable schedule they can start 6-0 but face liberty easton and nazareth to close out the season…..gonna be interesting for a team who flew under the radar this offseason to make some noise

  7. eastbetterthanwest says:

    Drew Harris best back in PA 390 yds 9 td’s 2 games.

  8. Jimmy Allen says:

    How about the kids punting for Father Judge and CR South? Both guys helped their teams out alot with field position. The kid at FJ bombed one about 60 yards and two of his punts were on the one. CRS kid had a very strong leg as well(he was nailing 50 yd field goals in warmups). It is very nice to have players on your team that can master the little things in football like kicking and punting.

  9. JR says:

    Zach Barr at Downingtown West has 374 yards on only 29 carries. 12.8 yards per carry — not bad for a first-year starter!

  10. bigbob says:

    Mount Carmel! Was at the MCA – Lewisburg game and at first it looked like Lewisburg was going to run away with it up 16-0 with a horse at RB. Then MCA pulls out 27 unanswered to win 27-16. MCA’s Starting Qb goes down and a sophomore comes in as well as a DT hurting his ankle. Star tailback’s leg was cramping the whole 4th qtr and their best LB and FB was puking on the sidelines. They showed a lot of determination, heart and depth. Definitely wouldn’t doubt seeing these two teams meeting again.

  11. New Fan says:

    @ James Loney GV offense looks good but defense needs to improve in pass coverage. #4 had a great day. #3 is the workhorse. #23 looks like he has skills and is very elusive. Would like to see him get more touches. He had a nice 25 yard carry at the start of the game.

  12. James Loney says:

    How about Garnet Valley? Much improvement from last week posting up 42 points against Conestoga

  13. fc says:

    crs ranked #10 so where does a team like fj fall?

  14. JP says:

    So good I typed his name wrong… Brian Donnelly!

  15. JP says:

    Council Rock South QB Ryan Donnelly had 3 more rushing TD’s (7 on the season) and 232 yards rushing (406 on the season). Great back-to-back performances.

  16. Mark says:

    Another great game for the Dallas offense. Jim Roccograndi 260+ yards rushing 3TD. Ryan Zapoticky 170 yards throwing and 2TD. Jason Simonovich 100+ yards receiving 1TD. Great Job Dallas.