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District 11 Top Returning Players 2016 Final Stats

Written by: on Thursday, December 8th, 2016. Follow EasternPAFootball.com Staff on Twitter.

 

DISTRICT NOTES:  District leaders are listed at the bottom.  I will check in with any of the teams that didn’t send final stats after the holidays in January.

By Duke Helm

RUNNINGBACKS:  Randy Terry III of Bethlehem Catholic finished the season with 1,717 rushing yards and a total of 20 td’s scored.  His yardage puts him in 4th place for a single season at BECA.  His 20 td’s can’t crack the top ten list for a single season at BECA.  Mitch Daniel of Notre Dame finished the season rushing for 1,049 yards while scoring a school record 27 td’s.  Daniel’s career totals add up to 2,355 yards rushing and 1,018 yards receiving.  That puts him in the 2,000/1,000 club.  He scored a total of 47 td’s in his career which is the second highest total at Notre Dame behind only Dan Tavani’s 61 td’s.

 

QUARTERBACKS:  Cole DeFranco of Notre Dame ended his sophomore season throwing for 3,039 yards and 25 td passes.  He becomes only the second District 11 qb to throw for over 3,000 yards in his sophomore season.  AJ Long of Pius X who was also coached by Phil Stambaugh, threw for 3,700 yards and 46 td’s as a sophomore in 2011.  DeFranco’s 25 td passes is the 3rd highest for a sophomore in the District behind Long’s 46 and Pius X’s Cole Hildabrant’s 35 (2004).  Corey Cinicola of Jim Thorpe threw 24 td passes as a sophomore in 2007 and has the 4th highest total in the District for sophomores.  Javon Clements of Bethlehem Catholic threw for 220 yards and a td vs Imhotep Charter.  Clements finished the season throwing for 1,846 yards and 20 td’s.  His yardage is the 8th highest at BECA for a single season and his 20 td passes is the 6th highest.

 

RECEIVERS:  Jalen Simpson of Notre Dame finished his senior year catching 67 passes for 866 yards and 6 td’s.  His 67 catches is 2nd highest at ND and his yardage is the 3rd highest total for a single season.  For his career, Simpson caught 81 passes for 1,072 yards and 11 td’s.  He also rushed for 1,057 yards and scored 32 total td’s in his career.  Teammate Jon Moran, caught 59 passes for 744 yards and 3 td’s this year.  He finished his career catching 115 passes for 1,611 yards and 11 td’s.  His 115 catches ties him with Wade Williams of Pius X and Shane Simpson of Easton for 23rd place all-time in the District.  Moran remains in 49th place with his career yardage.  Austin Kaulius also of Notre Dame finished the season catching 38 passes for 479 yards and 5 td’s.  His career totals have him finishing with 82 catches for 890 yards and 6 td’s.  Kaulius moves into 5th place at ND for his career catches.  Karim Powell of Bethlehem Catholic caught 6 passes for 121 yards and a td vs Imhotep Charter.  Powell finishes his senior season with 32 catches for 692 yards and 9 td’s.  Teammate Nicholas Petros ended his senior year catching 31 passes for 634 yards and 7 td’s.

 

 

Week 14 Trivia:  Brandon Keyes of Pleasant Valley threw 33 td passes this year.  No other quarterback in the District has ever finished the season with exactly 33 td passes.  Zachary Gilbert of Whitehall threw 31 td passes this year.  Zack Bradley of Catasauqua is the only other QB to finish with exactly 31 td passes (junior year).  Name a pair of former teammates who both threw exactly 32 td passes in their senior seasons.  DJ Lenehan and Tyler Smith of Wilson both threw exactly 32 td passes in 2006 and 2009 respectfully.  Smith was a freshman in 2006 and was one of Lenehan’s backups along with Cory Kent. 

 

Week 13 Trivia:

Desmond Boykin of Whitehall currently has 72 catches this year.  Name the 8 District 11 players that have caught more than 72 catches in a season.  Kevin Gulyas (CC 122 in 2011), Adam Bridgeforth (Naz 82 in 2011), Nate Stewart (Pius X 81 in 2014), Gulyas (CC 78 in 2010), Paryss Marshall (Catty 76 in 2013), Boykin (now 76), Jalen Snyder-Scipio (CC 74 in 2011), Nick Basenese (ND 74 in 2015) and Tom Rosahac (Pan. Valley 73 in 1989).  David Horton of Central Catholic and Kenny Yeboah of Parkland each had 72 receptions.

 

Week 12 Trivia:  Ethan Kuczynski of Marian Catholic finished his career with 46 td passes.  That ties him with one other quarterback in the District for 34th place all-time.  Name the Allen quarterback (who holds the Canary school record) that Kuczynski is tied with. Michael Bernhard (2001-03)

 

Week 11 Trivia:  ES North’s Thomas Melchiorre’s 4,372 yards rushing is a District career record for quarterbacks.  Name the other 4 quarterbacks that are in the top 5 (strictly a quarterback for their career). #2 Brendan Nosovitch (Central Catholic 3,628 yards), #3 Mike Gaval (Mahanoy Area 3,473 yards), #4 Anthony Gonzalez (Liberty 3,401 yards) and #5 Robert Bennie (Stroudsburg 3,327 yards).  NOTE:  Scott Lavalva of Bangor was a runningback as afreshman and almost all his senior year.  As a sophomore and junior as a qb he threw for 2,035 yards while rushing for 3,236 yards.

 

Week 10 Trivia:  Ethen Aquino of Wilson caught 27 passes as a freshman and 21 as a sophomore.  Name the 5 players in the District to have at least 20 receptions as a freshman and a sophomore.  Jahan Dotson of Nazareth (60-65), Matt Camilletti of Pius X (36-36), OJ Grow of Williams Valley (30-34), Austyn Borre of Pleasant Valley (24-20) and Nate Stewart of Pius (23-26).

 

Week 9 Trivia: Dashaun Peterson of Freedom became the 9th Patriot to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season.  How many of the other 8 rushers can you name and who is only player at Freedom to do it twice? Mike Lawrence, Kyle Moore, Frank Copper, Dave Walters, Ediie Mateo, Darrius Webb, Okezie Alozie.  Lawrence was the first to reach 1,000 yards and the only one to do it twice.  He had 1,072 yards as a junior in 1982 and 1,289 yards in 1983.

 

Week 8 Trivia: Brandon Keyes of Pleasant Valley threw 6 td passes in week 7 and 5 in week 8.  At first it looked like he also threw 6 td’s last week but his first td pass he actually threw 2 yards behind him to Justin Richardson and it was counted as a lateral and a td run for Richardson.  With that being said.  Who’s the only District quarterback to throw for 6 td’s in back to back games? Don Rubright of Slatington threw for 6 td’s in back to back games against Catasauqua and Whitehall in 1969.  Rubright a junior that year, ended the season throwing for 1,581 yards and a school record 21 td’s.  Karl Andreas who went on to play at Clemson, caught 29 passes for 591 yards and 10 td’s.  The team finished the season 10-0.  They had tough wins over Pennridge (13-6), Lehighton (12-0), Northampton (25-16), Stroudsburg (22-12) and Upper Perkiomen (14-0) to go along with their other 5 wins over Parkland (39-6), Emmaus (29-0), Catasauqua (54-0), Whitehall (60-6) and lastly a Thanksgiving morning win over Palmerton (62-0).

 

Week 7 Trivia:  Northampton football has won many league championships and has had many powerhouse teams.  They also play an extra game each year vs Catasauqua on Thanksgiving morning.  But they’ve only had 8 players that rushed for 1,000 yards in a season.  How many of the 8 can you name and who holds the record? Denny Onkotz (1965), Mike Drexler (1981 & 1982), Jim Scott (1997), Phil Hard (1999), Jeff Pammer (2003), Devin Kline (2004) and the record holder was the last one to do it.  Shane Fenningham rushed 1,257 yards in 2008 (13 games) breaking Onkotz’s old record of 1,234 yards (8 games).

 

Week 6 Trivia: Carson’s 48 yard field goal vs BECA is not a school record.  Dalton’s 7 field goals in one season isn’t a school record either.  Who kicked the longest field goal in Emmaus history and who kicked the most field goals in one season at Emmaus? Mike Wascura kicked a 49 yarder vs BECA in 1999.  Austin O’Brien kicked 8 field goals as a sophomore in 2008.

 

Week 5 Trivia: Deven Bollinger of Northwestern went over 1,000 yards passing last week to become the 9th freshman to do accomplish that in District 11.  How many of the other 8 can you name and who did first? Jake Cirillo (ESS 2013), AJ Long (Pius X 2010), Alex Atiyeh (Dieruff 2003), Ryan Fry (Nazareth 1995), Brent Andrew (Marian Catholic 1994), Jim Weidle (Mahanoy Area 1992), Dan Kendra III (BECA 1991) and the first to do it was Ric Schumacher of Notre Dame in 1988.

 

Week 4 Trivia: Desmond Boykin of Whitehall had 207 yards receiving last week vs Liberty.  That is not a school record.  Who holds the school record for most receiving yards in a game at Whitehall?  HINT: He was a “one game wonder”.  Question #2… I’ll make it a little bit easier.  Boykin became the 8th Zephyr to go over 1,000 yards receiving in their career.  How many of the other 7 players can you name?  In a 31-14 Thanksgiving day loss to Emmaus in 1988, Fred Delucia had 9 catches for a school record 228 yards.  In Stan Luckenbill’s last game as head coach, Delucia caught 4 passes from starter Dave Swartley in the first half.  Then, in the second half Luckenbill inserted sophomore qb Mike Buskirk.  Buskirk connected with Delucia 5 times for 155 yards and 2 td’s.  Question 2 answer: Mike Peters, Adam Skrapits, Joel Cesare, Jim Potocnie, Matt Hamscher, Tyler Artim and Conner Sullivan.

 

Week 3 Trivia:  Joe Young of Freedom (3,001 career passing yards) needs 393 passing yards to break the school record.   Who holds the record with 3,393 passing yards for their career at Freedom?  Jeff Haberl threw for 3,393 yards from 1995-96.  Haberl would throw for 1,443 yards (16 td’s) as a junior and then throw for 1,950 yards (19 td’s) as a senior.  He would complete 71 passes for 1,459 yards and 14 td’s to his bookend wide receivers Matt Kacanda and Trent Clark.

 

Week 2 Trivia:

No player in the District rushed for 200 yards last week.  When was the last time that happened in the regular season? There’s been a player in District 11 rush for at least 200 yards in 51 consecutive regular season weeks and counting.  I’m currently back to 2010 (week 10) researching to find a 200 yard rusher.

 

Week 1 Trivia:  Mitch Daniel of Notre Dame rushed for over 1,000 yards (1,096) and caught passes for over 500 yards (525) in 2015.  Who is the only other player in District 11 to accomplish this?  Hint: He played D1, but didn’t play offense.  Kyshoen Jarrett of East Stroudsburg South rushed for 1,027 yards and caught 33 passes for 591 yards in 2010.  Jarrett had a successful career at Virginia Tech making 249 career tackles from his safety position.

 

2016 single game highs: ( ) is the week the player accomplished the stat

 

Single Game Touchdowns (4)

7 (5), 5 (2), 5 (9), 5 (10), 4 (3), 4 (4), 4 (6), 4 (8) Darnell Ferrell (Central Catholic) *7 Ties School Record*

6 (6), 4 (8), 4 (10) Logan Sterner (Pen Argyl) *School Record*

5 (4) Mike Stasko (Palmerton) *Owns School Record of 6 set in 2015* 

5 (8) Justin Richardson (Pleasant Valley) *Ties School Record*

5 (7) Nick Breiner (Tamaqua)

5 (8), 4 (4) John Murphy (East Stroudsburg South)

5 (9) Matt Lewandowski (Mahanoy Area)

5 (11) Chris Monaco (Pocono Mountain West)

4 (1) Thomas Melchiorre (East Stroudsburg North)

4 (2) Mitch Daniel (Notre Dame)

4 (4), 4 (5) Sone Ntoh (Emmaus)

4 (4), 4 (7) Dashaun Peterson (Freedom)

4 (4), 4 (7) Zach Petiet (Saucon Valley)

4 (4), 4 (9) Saivaughn Voss (Bangor)

4 (5) Randy Terry III (Bethlehem Catholic)

4 (6) Mike Mitchell (Pleasant Valley)

4 (6) Luke Strauss (Southern Lehigh)

4 (6) Jared Colletti (Palisades) *Ties School Record*

 

4 (7) Mike Mayernik (Lehighton)

4 (7) Desmond Boykin (Whitehall)

4 (9) Eddie Brown (East Stroudsburg South)

4 (10) Trevor Cunningham (Northwestern)

4 (11) Major Jordan (North Schuylkill)

4 (12) Dylan Rabuck (Williams Valley)

 

 

Single Game Rushing Yardage (200)

305 (10), 235 (4), 213 (3) Darnell Ferrell (Central Catholic)

304 (3), 254 (9) Thomas Melchiorre (East Stroudsburg North)

301 (6), 217 (9) Mike Mitchell (Pleasant Valley) *School Record*

272 (3) Jamaal Brome (Stroudsburg)

 

272 (7) Saivaughn Vass (Bangor)

272 (9), 243 (8) Zach Petiet (Saucon Valley)

270 (8), 258 (3), 253 (10) Logan Sterner (Pen Argyl)

 

265 (3) Brandon Belfonti (Northern Lehigh)

265 (8) Lubens Myers (Emmaus)

262 (5), 234 (12), 231 (10), 206 (6), 201 (9) Dylan Rabuck (Williams Valley)

251 (7) Dashaun Peterson (Freedom)

246 (10) Justin St. Hill (Jim Thorpe)

237 (11) Major Jordan (North Schuylkill)

230 (6), 205 (10) Luke Strauss (Southern Lehigh)

226 (5) Richie Zahodnick (North Schuylkill)

217 (9), 210 (5) Cam Lutz (Pine Grove)

216 (1) Randy Terry III (Bethlehem Catholic)

215 (9), 212 (5) Job Goodman (Wilson)

210 (4) Danny Scheib (Tri-Valley)

203 (11) Chris Monaco (Pocono Mountain West)

 

Single Game Passing Yardage (200)

462 (8), 288 (2), 251 (10) Jake Cirillo (East Stroudsburg South) *School Record*

335 (3), 224 (1), 206 (10) Logan Edmond (Southern Lehigh)

335 (7), 277 (10), 271 (8), 264 (6), 244 (4), 229 (1), 217 (2) Brandon Keyes (Pleasant Valley)

317 (12), 305 (1), 254 (3), 239 (5), 228 (10) Cole DeFranco (Notre Dame)

315 (1), 240 (2), 235 (3) Cody Scherer (Lehighton) *School Record*

310 (13), 282 (3), 278 (10), 266 (7), 232 (11), 225 (1), 219 (12), 218 (1) Zachary Gilbert (Whitehall)

304 (8), 260 (7), 234 (3), 220 (10), 215 (9), 210 (1) Travis Stefanik (Nazareth)

304 (14), 302 (2), 297 (1), 262 (10) Andrew Brett (Catasaqua)

291 (3), 264 (5), 256 (7), 241 (1), 233 (10) Deven Bollinger (Northwestern) *School Record*

276 (5), 260 (8), 243 (11), 210 (7) Ethan Persa (Central Catholic)

276 (8) Romeo Wright (Allen)

275 (10) Ben Nimeh (Easton) *School Record*

266 (7), 204 (2), 201 (1) Hunter Kennedy (Panther Valley)

264 (5), 259 (4), 254 (7), 234 (9), 231 (11), 208 (10), 205 (12) Garrett Perschy (Palmerton) *School Record*

258 (4) Doug Weist (North Schuylkill)

249 (3) Noah Allegretta (Shenandoah Valley)

247 (8) Quidanie Vega (Dieruff)

245 (8), 234 (9) Dylan Della Valle (Pocono Mountain West)

243 (2), 221 (7) Logan Yoder (Tri-Valley)

243 (5), 243 (7), 220 (15), 211 (13) Javon Clements (Bethlehem Catholic)

226 (8) Eric Wapinsky (Pottsville)

223 (6), 210 (1) Joe Young (Freedom)

215 (10) Liam Nixon (Bethlehem Catholic)

208 (2) Todd Erney (Liberty)

207 (3) Scott Poulson (Easton)

 

Single Game TD Passes (4)

6 (7), 5 (4), 5 (8) Brandon Keyes (Pleasant Valley) *Ties School Record*

6 (8) Jake Cirillo (East Stroudsburg South) *School Record*

5 (2) Andrew Brett (Catasauqua) *Ties School Record*

5 (7), 4 (8) Ethan Persa (Central Catholic)

5 (11), 4 (10), 4 (13) Zachary Gilbert (Whitehall) *School Record*

4 (3) Logan Edmond (Southern Lehigh) *Ties School Record*

4 (4) Garrett Perschy (Palmerton) *Ties School Record*

 

4 (7) Javon Clements (Bethlehem Catholic)

4 (7) Travis Stefanik (Nazareth)

4 (7) Logan Yoder (Tri-Valley)

4 (10) Deven Bollinger (Northwestern) *Ties School Record*

4 (12) Cole DeFranco (Notre Dame)

 

 

Single Game Receptions (10)

12 (6) Jason Najunas (Shenandoah Valley) *School Record*

11 (2) Miguel Hernandez (Catasauqua) *Ties School Record*

11 (8) Felix Alvarez (Allen) *Ties School Record*

10 (4) Desmond Boykin (Whitehall) *Ties School Record*

10 (4), (7), 10 (8) John Murphy (East Stroudsburg South)

 

10 (7) Zac Keifer (Nazareth)

10 (14) Ryan Greene (Catasauqua)

 

 

Single Game Reception Yardage (150)

207 (4), 191 (7), 187 (13) Desmond Boykin (Whitehall)

206 (8), 190 (2) John Murphy (East Stroudsburg South) *School Record*

204 (10) Tavion Banks (Bethlehem Catholic) *Freshman District Record*

187 (1), 176 (3), 164 (8) Justin Richardson (Pleasant Valley)

184 (1), 170 (10), 161 (5), 153 (7) Trevor Cunningham (Northwestern) *School Record*

176 (2) Darian Street (Liberty)

172 (10) Jakob Herres (Easton) *School Record*

168 (3) Julian Liaci (Nazareth)

167 (7) Zac Keifer (Nazareth)

159 (3) Michael Vinas (Shenandoah Valley)

151 (10) Ja’lon Perkins (Dieruff)

 

Single Game Reception TD’s (3)

5 (8), 4 (4), 3 (2), 3 (7), 3 (10) John Murphy (East Stroudsburg South) *School Record* Ties District Record

4 (8), 3 (1) Justin Richardson (Pleasant Valley) *Ties School Record*

3 (3) Trevor Cunningham (Northwestern)

3 (3) Timmy Walter (Southern Lehigh) *Ties School Record*

3 (4), 3 (11) Desmond Boykin (Whitehall) *Ties School Record*

3 (3) Mike Stasko (Palmerton)

3 (6) Alec Huertas (Freedom)

3 (7), 3 (8) Thomas Murphy (Central Catholic)

3 (7) Zac Keifer (Nazareth)

3 (8) Shawn O’Toole (Jim Thorpe)

 

 

District Season Leaders (2016)   PLAYERS IN RED ARE UNDERCLASSMAN

 

Rushing (1000) 25 players

2364 Dylan Rabuck (Williams Valley) *School Record*

1792 Darnell Ferrell (Central Catholic)

1717 Randy Terry III (Bethlehem Catholic)

1681 Thomas Melchiorre (East Stroudsburg North)

1564 Zach Petiet (Saucon Valley)

1532 Luke Strauss (Southern Lehigh)

1532 Logan Sterner (Pen Argyl)

1486 Mike Mitchell (Pleasant Valley) *School Record*

1455 Jamaal Brome (Stroudsburg)

1313 Saivaughn Vass (Bangor)

1310 Danny Scheib (Tri-Valley)

1208 Lubens Myers (Emmaus)

1177 Jared Colletti (Palisades)

1165 Job Goodman (Wilson)

1165 Nick Suriel (Parkland)

1135 Danny Lozada (Schuylkill Haven)

1113 Justin St. Hill (Jim Thorpe)

1096 Mike Kalyan (Schuylkill Haven)

1063 Gunner Anglovich (Liberty)

1057 Chris Monaco (Pocono Mountain West)

1056 Jarrad Pope (East Stroudsburg South)

1052 Dashaun Peterson (Freedom)

1049 Mitch Daniel (Notre Dame)

1046 Mike Mayernik (Lehighton)

1002 Matt Lewandowski (Mahanoy Area)

 

Touchdowns (20) 15 players

42 Darnell Ferrell (Central Catholic) *School Record*

27 Mitch Daniel (Notre Dame) *School Record*

26 Logan Sterner (Pen Argyl)

26 Dylan Rabuck (Williams Valley) *School Record*

25 Mike Mitchell (Pleasant Valley) *School Record*

22 John Murphy (East Stroudsburg South)

22 Zach Petiet (Saucon Valley)

21 Thomas Melchiorre (East Stroudsburg North) *Ties School Record*

21 Jamaal Brome (Stroudsburg)

21 Trevor Cunningham (Northwestern)

21 Desmond Boykin (Whitehall)

20 Sone Ntoh (Emmaus)

20 Mike Stasko (Palmerton)

20 Luke Strauss (Southern Lehigh)

20 Randy Terry (Bethlehem Catholic)

 

 

Passing Yards (1000)

3039 Cole DeFranco (Notre Dame)

2781 Zachary Gilbert (Whitehall) *School Record*

2419 Brandon Keyes (Pleasant Valley) *School Record*

2155 Garrett Perschy (Palmerton) *School Record*

2139 Andrew Brett (Catasauqua)

2133 Jake Cirillo (East Stroudsburg South)

2128 Ethan Persa (Central Catholic)

2046 Travis Stefanik (Nazareth)

1872 Deven Bollinger (Northwestern) *School Record*

1747 Joe Young (Freedom)

1693 Logan Edmond (Southern Lehigh)

1626 Javon Clements (Bethlehem Catholic)

1520 Michael Ruisch (Parkland)

1391 Eric Wapinsky (Pottsville)

1334 Cody Scherer (Lehighton)

1278 Thad Zuber (Tamaqua)

1243 Brett Yarnall (Stroudsburg)

1228 Derek Sheaffer (Emmaus)

1225 Romeo Wright (Allen)

1215 Noah Allegretta (Shenandoah Valley)

1205 Ethan Kuczynski (Marian Catholic)

1198 Hunter Kennedy (Panther Valley)

1178 Quidanie Vega (Dieruff)

1156 Dylan Della Valle (Pocono Mountain West)

1074 Ethan Brader (Palisades)

1061 Doug Weist (North Schuylkill)

1036 Levi Engle (Williams Valley)

1009 Brandon Holub (Saucon Valley)

 

Touchdown Passes (18)

33 Brandon Keyes (Pleasant Valley) *School Record*

31 Zachary Gilbert (Whitehall) *School Record*

26 Jake Cirillo (East Stroudsburg South)

25 Cole DeFranco (Notre Dame)

21 Travis Stefanik (Nazareth)

20 Deven Bollinger (Northwestern)

20 Javon Clements (Bethlehem Catholic)

19 Garrett Perschy (Palmerton) *School Record*

18 Logan Edmond (Southern Lehigh)

18 Ethan Persa (Central Catholic)

18 Eric Wapinsky (Pottsville)

 

 

Receptions (30)

76 Desmond Boykin (Whitehall) *School Record*

69 John Murphy (East Stroudsburg South) *School Record*

67 Jalen Simpson (Notre Dame)

64 Ryan Greene (Catasauqua)

60 Miguel Hernandez (Catasauqua)

59 Jon Moran (Notre Dame)

52 Trevor Cunningham (Northwestern) *School Record*

52 Alec Huertas (Freedom)

51 Mike Stasko (Palmerton)

50 Timmy Walter (Southern Lehigh)

50 Justin Richardson (Pleasant Valley) *School Record*

46 Corey Raysely (Catasauqua)

44 Gavin Zehner (Lehighton)

43 Felix Alvarez (Allen)

41 Tom Murphy (Central Catholic)

39 Juan Salas (Parkland)

38 Julian Liaci (Nazareth)

38 Austin Kaulius (Notre Dame)

37 Zac Keifer (Nazareth)

35 Jason Najunas (Shenandoah Valley)

 

34 Josh Artis (Emmaus)

34 Zach Bross (Parkland)

34 Trey Bailey (Easton)

34 Mitch Daniel (Notre Dame)

32 Alston Wolfe (Saucon Valley)

32 Karim Powell (Bethlehem Catholic)

31 Darian Street (Liberty)

31 Nicholas Petros (Bethlehem Catholic)

30 Jackson Buskirk (Whitehall)

30 Malik Talib (Allen)

30 Zeke Wassell (Tamaqua)

 

 

Reception Yardage (500)

1336 Desmond Boykin (Whitehall) *School Record*

1108 Trevor Cunningham (Northwestern) *School Record*

1074 Justin Richardson (Pleasant Valley) *School Record*

1031 John Murphy (East Stroudsburg South)

866 Jalen Simpson (Notre Dame)

822 Timmy Walter (Southern Lehigh)

801 Miguel Hernandez (Catasauqua)

745 Mike Stasko (Palmerton)

744 Jon Moran (Notre Dame)

727 Thomas Murphy (Central Catholic)

706 Alec Huertas (Freedom)

692 Karim Powell (Bethlehem Catholic)

668 Julian Liaci (Nazareth)

663 Zac Keifer (Nazareth)

638 Gavin Zehner (Lehighton)

634 Nicholas Petros (Bethlehem Catholic)

618 Ryan Greene (Whitehall)

585 Alston Wolfe (Saucon Valley)

566 Jakob Herres (Easton)

554 Josh Artis (Emmaus)

552 Darian Street (Liberty)

534 Chris Monaco (Pocono Mountain West)

527 Trey Bailey (Easton)

524 Felix Alvarez (Allen)

520 Juan Salas (Parkland)

501 Zeke Wassell (Tamaqua)

 

Reception Touchdowns (9)

21 John Murphy (East Stroudsburg South) *School Record*

15 Justin Richardson (Pleasant Valley) *School Record*

15 Desmond Boykin (Whitehall) *School Record*

14 Trevor Cunningham (Northwestern) *Ties School Record*

11 Alston Wolfe (Saucon Valley) *School Record*

10 Tim Walter (Southern Lehigh)

9 Julian Liaci (Nazareth)

9 Zac Keifer (Nazareth)

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