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District 11 Top returning players 2017 Week 14

Written by: on Thursday, November 30th, 2017. Follow EasternPAFootball.com Staff on Twitter.

 

by Duke Helm

DISTRICT 11 NOTES (week 14):  2017 leaders are listed at the bottom. 

 

RUNNINGBACKS: 

 

CAREER ENDERS:   Dylan Rabuck of Williams Valley (13-1) ended his senior year rushing for 2,948 yards and scoring 42 td’s.  Rabuck who was injured last week tried to play vs Steelton-Highspire but had to leave the game in the 2nd quarter.  Rabuck fell short of the 3,000 yards but did manage to move up to 5th place all-time in the District for yardage in a single season.  Evan Culver of Saucon Valley moves out of the top 5 and down to 6th with his 2,934 yards that he rushed for in 2015.  He stays tied for 7th place with Darnell Ferrell of Central Catholic for td’s scored in a single season (42).  For his career, Rabuck rushed for 6,421 yards and 78 td’s and stays in 5th and 9th place all-time in the District.  Jarred Colletti of Palisades (13-1) ended his senior season with 1,240 yards rushing and scored a total of 23 td’s.  Colletti had 16 rushing td’s, 3 receiving td’s, 2 punt return td’s, 1 kick-off return td and 1 fumble recovery td.  He also made 3 field goals, kicked 58 extra points and recorded 2 conversions.  Colletti rushed for 2,955 yards and scored 47 total td’s in his career.  Both totals are 2nd best at Palisades.  Christian Gretzinger rushed for 3,198 yards from 2011-14 and John Gruver scored 55 td’s from 2005-08.  Jahan Worth of Parkland (13-1) ended his senior year rushing for 1,479 yards and 34 td’s this season.  His 34 td’s move him ahead of Andre Williams and into 2nd place all-time at Parkland for a single season.  For his career, Worth rushed for 2,581 yards and scored 50 td’s.

 

STILL PLAYING:   Matt Bisko of Bethlehem Catholic rushed for 152 yards and 2 td’s in their win over Selinsgrove and went over 1,000 yards rushing on the year.  Bisko now has 1,099 yards and 23 td’s.  Teammate Tavion Banks returned to the backfield last week and rushed for 176 yards and 2 td’s.  Banks also caught 4 passes for 35 yards.

 

UNDERCLASSMAN:   Trey Gretzinger of Palisades finished his junior season rushing for 1,270 yards and scored 19 td’s (all rushing).  He’ll enter his senior season with 1,800 yards rushing and 24 td’s.   Nick Savage of Williams Valley will enter his senior season with 1,358 yards rushing and 13 td’s scored.

 

 

 

QUARTERBACKS:

 

STILL PLAYING:  Javon Clements of Bethlehem Catholic now has 2,229 yards and 19 td’s this year.  He’s thrown for 4,075 career yards and he still needs 1 more td pass to join the “40 td” club.

 

CAREER ENDERS:   Michael Ruisch of Parkland ended his senior season throwing for 2,654 yards and 22 td passes.  His yardage is 2nd best at Parkland and his td’s tie him with John Raub for 3rd place.   For his career, Ruisch threw for 4,191 yards and 33 td’s.  Both totals are also 2nd best at Parkland behind Devante Cross.  Andrew Brett of Catasauqua returned to the line-up vs Northampton and threw for 117 yards.  He finished his senior season throwing for 1,619 yards and 8 td passes.  His career totals have him throwing for 4,623 yards and 34 td passes.  His yardage is 2nd best at Catty behind Zack Bradley’s 5,267 yards and his td passes are 3rd behind Bradley’s 74 and Barry Kennedy’s 54.  Scott Poulson of Easton broke the single-season passing record last week in their win over Phillipsburg.  Poulson ended the season passing for 1,963 yards and 23 td passes.  Ian Hayden held the old record of 1,868 yards that he set in 2011.  Poulson also holds the school single season record with his 23 td passes.  He ends his career throwing for 2,628 yards and 28 td passes.

 

UNDERCLASSMAN:   Williams Valley’s Levi Engle ended his junior season with a school record 1,862 yards passing.  He broke Stephen Sedesse’s record of 1,841 yards that he set in 2012.  Engle will enter his senior season with 2,980 yards passing and 39 td passes.  Ethan Brader of Palisades ended his junior season throwing for 1,119 yards and 15 td passes.  His 15 td passes are good enough to tie him for 2nd place all-time at Palisades for a single season with Jed Fitz (2004) and Kyle Jenson (2006).

 

RECEIVERS:

 

STILL PLAYING:  Neither Daizhun Rhodes or Shamus Williams of Bethlehem Catholic played last week vs Selinsgrove.  Rhodes has 45 catches for 874 yards and 6 td’s while Williams has 22 catches for 523 yards and 7 td’s.

 

CAREER ENDERS:  Matt McGrath of Palisades ended his senior season catching 24 passes for 367 yards and 6 td’s.  For his career, McGrath caught 51 passes for 933 yards and 15 td’s.  His 15 td receptions move him into 5th place all-time at Palisades.  Miquel Hernandez of Catasauqua moved back to wide receiver after quarterbacking the last couple of games and caught 5 passes 46 yards.  He finished his senior season catching 65 passes for 830 yards and 5 td’s.  His 65 catches move him ahead of former teammate Ryan Greene and into 2nd place at Catty for a single season.  Greene had 64 receptions last year and Paryss Marshall holds the record with 76 catches that he caught in 2013.  His 830 yards has him in 5th place just ahead of his junior year total of 801 yards.  Hernandez finished his career catching 159 passes (6th place all-time in the District) for 2,082 yards (17th place all-time in the District) and 17 td’s.  Teammate Corey Raysely finished his career catching 129 passes for 1,431 yards and 10 td’s.  Jakob Herres of Easton now holds all 3 single-season reception records.  He finished his senior year catching 67 passes for 1,230 yards and 14 td grabs.  For his career, he caught 92 passes for a school-record 1,796 yards and also had 18 td receptions.  Teammate Eddie Olsen caught 31 passes for 465 yards and 8 td’s this year.  Jake Wolfgang of Williams Valley ended his senior season catching 25 passes for 738 yards and 13 td’s.  For his career, he caught 69 passes for 1,795 yards and 31 td’s.  His career yardage and td receptions move him into 2nd place all-time at Williams Valley behind Jason Grow.  Wolfgang is the all-time District leader averaging a td catch every 2.2 times he catches the ball.  Dylan’s teammates Allen Hand and Devon Rabuck also finished their careers.  Hand caught 65 passes for 1,474 yards and 10 td’s and Rabuck caught 54 passes for 1,282 yards and 12 td’s.  The 3 players combined to catch 188 passes for 4,551 yards and 53 td’s in their careers.  Parkland’s Juan Salas ended his senior season catching 42 passes for 547 yards and 2 td’s.  For his career, he caught 85 passes for 1,108 yards and 7 td’s.  Teammate Tyler Hays ended his senior season catching 50 passes for 1,100 yards and 9 td catches.  Hays only played football his senior season and joins my “one year wonders” club for receivers.  Scott Grigas of North Schuylkill and Danny O’Hare of Notre Dame are also one year wonders.  Here are the top 12 receivers that only caught passes in their senior year.

 

Tyler Hays – Parkland (2017) – 50 for 1,100 yards and 9 td’s

Jeff Yordy – Pottsville Nativity (2014) – 51 for 1,045 yards and 17 td’s

Jeramy Albert – Bangor (1999) – 45 for 948 yards and 8 td’s

Scott Grigas – North Schuylkill (2017) – 53 for 924 yards and 10 td’s

Doug Ogden – ES South (2003) – 46 for 875 yards and 11 td’s

Matt Walters – ES South (2010) – 41 for 807 yards and 18 td’s

Danny O’Hare – Notre Dame (2017) – 64 for 760 yards and 6 td’s

Kevin White – Emmaus (2009) – 46 for 747 yards and 10 td’s

Matt Tuerk – Nazareth (2013) – 54 for 746 yards and 2 td’s

Alex Parker – Catasauqua (2012) – 37 for 696 yards and 9 td’s

Anthony Gaetinello – Nazareth (2012) – 35 for 677 yards and 10 td’s

Tyshyn Harmon – Dieruff (2013) – 43 for 654 yards and 6 td’s

 

These 12 receivers average season would be 47 receptions for 832 yards and 9.7 td a season.  White is currently playing in the NFL.  Which coach will be next to pluck a “one year wonder” receiver out of the hallways

 

UNDERCLASSMAN:   

 

WEEK 13 TRIVIA:  As stated above, Cody Scherer of Lehighton had a triple-double this year with 20 or more td’s, td passes and 2 point conversions.  How many other quarterbacks can you name that had a double-double in one season (20 or more td’s scored and 20 or more td passes)?  Brendan Nosovitch of Central Catholic scored 25 td’s and threw 43 td passes as a junior in 2010.  He is the only other District 11 player to accomplish this.

 

WEEK 12 TRIVIA:  The Lehigh Vally and Pocono area teams have the top 19 spots in the District for single-season passing yards.  Which player from the Schuylkill League and beyond occupies the 20th spot with 2,618 yards?  Cazzie Kosciolek of Panther Valley threw for 2,618 yards in 1992.  He now dropped out of the top 20 as Jared Jenkins of Freedom moved ahead of him with 2,651 yards.

 

WEEK 11 TRIVIA:   Javon Clements of Bethlehem Catholic needs 81 yards to reach 2,000 yards passing this year.  Name the 5 quarterbacks that threw for over 2,000 yards in a season at Bethlehem Catholic.   Mike Palos (2,002 yards – 1995), Mark Borda (2,897 yards in 2000), Adam Bednarik (2,356 yards in 2002), Alex Atiyeh (2,206 yards in 2006) and Julian Spigner (2,298 yards in 2014).

 

WEEK 10 TRIVIA:  As we all know Kevin Gulyas of Central Catholic holds all the District 11 single-season and career receiving records.  However, Jahan Dotson of Nazareth has a chance this week vs Easton to do something that no other District 11 receiver has ever done before.  What is it?   Dotson needed 4 catches to become the first District 11 receiver to have 60 or more receptions in 3 different seasons.  He caught 6 vs Easton to end the year with 62 receptions.  He had 60 as a freshman and 65 as a sophomore.  He played football in NJ his junior year.  Ironically he’s exactly 60 catches behind District 11’s all-time leader Kevin Gulyas who had 247 catches in his career from 2008-11.

 

WEEK 9 TRIVIA:  In week 8, Jared Jenkins of Freedom threw for 330 yards vs Nazareth but didn’t throw a td pass.  Out of all the former 300-yard passers in the District, this has been accomplished only twice before.  Can you name either player?  DJ Lenehan of Wilson completed 27 passes for 353 yards and no td’s in their 28-17 loss to South Park in the 2A State Championship game in 2005.  Cole Ciesnolevicz of Williams Valley completed 29 passes for 329 yards and no td’s in their 34-28 loss to Halifax in 1999.

 

WEEK 8 TRIVIA:   Koby Brish of Schuylkill Haven has scored 39 td’s so far in his freshman and sophomore seasons.  Who is the only District 11 player to score 40 or more td’s before their junior year?   Woody Petchel of Pen Argyl.  Petchel scored 10 td’s as a freshman in 1968 and scored 30 as a sophomore in 1969 to give him exactly 40 td’s before his junior year.  Petchel would end his career with 88 total td’s.   Brish scored 2 td’s last week and now has 41 career td’s.

 

WEEK 7 TRIVIA:  Which District 11 quarterback has thrown the most 300-yard passing games in his career? And how many do you think?  Brendan Nosovitch of Central Catholic had (8) 300-yard games.  AJ Long of Pius X and Dan Harding of Nazareth both had (7) 300-yard games and Tyler Smith of Wilson had (6) 300-yard games.

 

WEEK 6 TRIVIA:   There are only 2 known active District 11 teams that never had a player score 5 or more touchdowns in a game.  Can you name them?  Surprisingly one of them is Catasauqua.  With names like Gemmel, Rogusky, Gerhard, Linton, Lauer, both Pendry’s, Delgado. Malarchik and Burton I haven’t found a player with 5 in a game.  The other is Palisades. Eight players have scored 4 td’s for the Pirates.  They are: Jim Kacergis, John Buscak, Mike Samsel, Owen Breininger, Bryan Hahn, John Gruver, Chris Gretzinger and Jared Colletti.

 

WEEK 5 TRIVIA:   Daizhun Rhodes of Bethlehem Catholic had 182 yards receiving last week but it’s not a school record.  Who holds the school record for receiving yards in a game?   Shawn Martell had 221 yards receiving vs Altoona on 6 catches in 2001.  Two of his catches were 74 and 67 yard bombs but ironically neither one went for a td.  His 1 td catch in the game was a 5 yarder.  Mark Scattene also had a 200 plus game when he caught 6 passes for 207 yards and 2 td’s vs Exeter in 2004.

 

WEEK 4 TRIVIA:  Quadanie Vega of Dieruff broke the school record for passing yards in a game with 341 yards.  Name the 2 brothers that each had over 300 yards passing in a game with one of them holding the old record.   Rich and Joe Ocelus.  Rich threw for 308 yards vs Pottsville in 2002 and Joe threw for 305 yards vs Allen in 2008.   Ironically their game stats were almost identical except for the score.  Rich was 18 for 32 for 308 yards and 2 td’s while Joe was 18 for 28 for 305 yards and 2 td’s.  Rich’s Husky team lost to Pottsville 39-33 while Joe helped defeat Allen 53-0.

 

WEEK 3 TRIVIA:  Jared Colletti of Palisades now has 2,056 career rushing yards.  Name the 5 other Pirates to have at least 2,000 yards rushing for their careers.  Christian Gretzinger 3,189 (2011-14), Brian Hahn 2,678 (2002-05), James Stanell 2,494 (2006-09), John Gruver 2,284 (2005-08) and Owen Breininger 2,152 (1999-01).

 

WEEK 2 TRIVIA:  Jakob Herres of Easton has caught 2 td passes in each of the first 2 games.  Who holds the District 11 record with 6 consecutive games with at least 2 td catches?  Dan Cason of East Stroudsburg South had exactly 2 td catches in each of the first 6 games of the 2010 season.  The opponents were Easton, Del Val, Scranton, PM West, Stroudsburg, and Lehighton.  The streak ended against PM East when he caught 3 passes for 63 yards and 0 td’s in a 21-0 win.  Their only loss in the streak was a close game vs Easton 24-22.  Cason would have 2 more games with 2 td’s each to end the year with 8 games with 2 td’s in each game.  He would finish the season catching 57 passes for 1,101 yards with 20 td catches.

 

 

WEEK 1 TRIVIA:  A few years back we established that Central Catholic has the most players who scored 40 or more td’s in their careers with 8.  They now have 9 with Darnell Ferrell finishing with 55 td’s last year.  Which team in District 11 is in 2nd place with 7 players?  Parkland has 7: Austin Scott (74), Sean Bleiler (53), Jarel Elder (49), Andre Williams (47), Matt Thomas (45), Rob Dvoracek (40) and Devante Cross (40).

 

PRESEASON TRIVIA:  Kobe Brish of Schuylkill Haven rushed for 917 yards and scored 12 Td’s last year as a freshman.  Both of those totals are 4th best all-time as a freshman in the District.  The 3 players in front of Kobe in yardage are District record holder Jordan Gray of Nazareth (1,663), Austyn Borre of Pleasant Valley (1,257) and James Mungro of East Stroudsburg South (1,233).  Gray also holds the freshman TD record with 22 total.  Borre and Mungro are tied for 2nd with 17 TD’s each. Which Colonial League former player scored 11 TD’s as a freshman and is in 5th place, 1 behind Brish?  Jonathan Linton (Catasauquqa 1990), Bill Stocker (Wilson 1995) or Cody Remaly (Northern Lehigh 2007).  Cody Remaly is in 5th place with 11 td’s.  Linton scored 7 and Stocker scored 9 td’s.

 

 

2017 single game highs: ( ) is the week the player accomplished the stat, current week in blue

 

Single Game Touchdowns (4)

7 (7), 6 (8), 6 (11), 6 (12), 5 (5), 5 (6) Kobe Brish (Schuylkill Haven) *Ties School Record*

6 (6), 5 (7) Logan Bachman (Central Catholic)

6 (9), 5 (11) Luke Strauss (Southern Lehigh) *Ties School Record*

6 (10), 4 (5), 4 (4) Gerald Grube (Notre Dame) *School Record*

5 (1), 4 (3), 4 (5) Job Goodman (Wilson) *Ties School Record*

5 (2) Zach Petiet (Saucon Valley) *Ties School Record*

5 (4), 5 (9), 5 (5), 4 (1), 4 (5), 4 (8), 4 (11) Dylan Rabuck (Williams Valley) *Ties School Record*

5 (5), 4 (9) Tekoah Guedes (Palmerton)

 

5 (5) Nate Boyle (Tamaqua) *Ties School Record*

5 (7) Nasir Legree (Liberty)

5 (7) Seth Paluck (Marian) *Ties School Record*

5 (8) Ryan Clark (ES South)

5 (10) Sean Solomon (ES South)

5 (11) Jahan Worth (Parkland)

4 (1), 4 (10) Nick Breiner (Tamaqua)

4 (3), 4 (5) Praize Andrews (PM East)

4 (3) Zach Link (Shenandoah Valley)

4 (4), 4 (7) Sone Ntoh (Emmaus)

 

4 (5) Matt Lewandowski (Mahanoy Area)

4 (6) Jahan Dotson (Nazareth)

4 (6) Alstan Wolfe (Saucon Valley)

4 (6), 4 (11) Justin St. Hill (Jim Thorpe)

4 (7) Rene Figueroa (Panther Valley)

4 (7) TaQuan Bradley-Chambers (Lehighton)

4 (8) Austin Miller (ES South)

4 (8) Khalili Edwards (PM West)

4 (8) Mike Bisko (Bethlehem Catholic)

4 (8) Cody Scherer (Lehighton)

4 (11) Devon Rabuck (Williams Valley)

 

Single Game Rushing Yardage (200)

 

373 (7), 247 (8), 207 (12), 202 (10) TaQuan Bradley-Chambers (Lehighton) *School Record*

363 (11), 332 (12), 292 (8), 248 (6), 242 (9), 221 (2), 215 (5) Kobe Brish (Schuylkill Haven)

325 (10), 305 (12), 280 (11), 274 (5), 273 (2), 229 (3), 219 (4), 209 (1) Dylan Rabuck (Williams Valley) *School Record*

324 (6) Justin St. Hill (Jim Thorpe) *School Record*

316 (6), 266 (2), 243 (7) Logan Bachman (Central Catholic)

309 (8), 214 (10) Cody Scherer (Lehighton)

304 (7), 278 (9), 265 (10), 220 (6) Nasir Legree (Liberty)

 

274 (5) Israel Selassie (Easton)

274 (9) Luke Strauss (Southern Lehigh)

265 (8) Ryan Clark (ES South)

 

258 (3), 224 (5), 216 (4) Praize Andrews (Pocono Mountain East)

258 (10), 240 (6), 220 (5) Job Goodman (Wilson)

253 (2), 246 (7), 237 (6), 212 (10) Sean Solomon (ES South)

250 (4) Nasai Moon (Pleasant Valley)

246 (10), 220 (9) Garrett DeBoer (Bangor)

 

245 (7) Jahan Worth (Parkland)

234 (13) Trey Gretzinger (Palisades)

 

223 (8) Zach Petiet (Saucon Valley)

213 (5) Alstan Wolfe (Saucon Valley)

211 (5), 205 (3) Nick Breiner (Tamaqua)

208 (7) Sone Ntoh (Emmaus)

204 (7) Abdul Beasley (Freedom)

204 (13) Jared Colletti (Palisades)

203 (3) Ian Murhon (Pottsville)

200 (7) Rene Figueroa (Panther Valley)

 

Single Game Passing Yardage (200)

457 (10), 354 (8), 252 (7), 235 (6)  Aidan McHugh (Pleasant Valley) *School Record*

396 (2), 366 (7), 346 (9), 345 (1), 331 (10), 293 (6), 271 (3), 244 (12), 236 (5), 221 (11), 209 (8) Cole DeFranco (Notre Dame) *School Record*

395 (9), 359 (8), 341 (4), 218 (1), 200 (3) Quidanie Vega (Dieruff) *School Record*

372 (5), 271 (10) Javon Clements (Bethlehem Catholic)

348 (5), 319 (3), 311 (7), 299 (9), 252 (6), 243 (1), 243 (4), 211 (10) Anthony Harris (Nazareth)

342 (9), 330 (8), 298 (4), 264 (11), 247 (1), 202 (6) Jared Jenkins (Freedom)

335 (10), 251 (5), 249 (4), 232 (6), 226 (9), 225 (11), 207 (8) Michael Ruisch (Parkland)

302 (7), 233 (2) Andrew Brett (Catasauqua)

 

 

285 (1), 244 (7), 218 (11), 216 (6) Levi Engle (Williams Valley)

285 (4), 248 (9), 223 (3) Ethan Parvel (Whitehall)

281 (8), 227 (4) Dylan Della Valle (PM West)

264 (5), 232 (4) Deven Bollinger (Northwestern)

261 (1), 225 (6), 222 (8) Logan Edmond (Southern Lehigh)

 

248 (6), 222 (8), 220 (9) Scott Poulson (Easton)

242 (5) Anderson Dear (Pen Argyl)

236 (8), 207 (2) Nick Rosahac (Jim Thorpe)

233 (1), 232 (5), 226 (6), 202 (3) Tekoah Guedes (Palmerton)

 

230 (3), 214 (8) Frank Rousher (Central Catholic)

215 (10) Cody Scherer (Lehighton)

214 (9) Cameron Clark (Wilson)

 

 

 

212 (1) David Krewson (Blue Mountain)

234 (3), 207 (6) Doug Weist (North Schuylkill)

211 (7) Jacob Keane (PM East)

210 (1) Hunter Kennedy (Panther Valley)

200 (3) Sincere Walker (Pottsville Nativity)

 

Single Game TD Passes (4)

6 (8) Quidanie Vega (Dieruff) *School Record*

5 (3), 4 (1), 4 (5), 4 (6) Anthony Harris (Nazareth) *Ties School Record*

5 (5), 4 (8) Scott Poulson (Easton) *Ties School Record*

5 (7) Jacob Keane (PM East) *School Record*

5 (7), 4 (11) Levi Engle (Williams Valley) *Ties School Record*

5 (10) Aidan McHugh (Pleasant Valley)

4 (1) Logan Edmond (Southern Lehigh)

4 (2), 4 (7), 4 (8), 4 (10) Cole DeFranco (Notre Dame)

4 (3) Cody Scherer (Lehighton)

4 (5) Deven Bollinger (Palmerton) *Ties School Record*

4 (7), 4 (9) Ethan Parvel (Whitehall)

4 (8), 4 (9) Dylan Della Valle (PM West)

4 (8) Michael Ruisch (Parkland)

4 (8) Nick Rosahac (Jim Thorpe)

4 (10) Javon Clements (Bethlehem Catholic)

 

Single Game Receptions (10)

14 (7) Naisiah Jacobs (ES North) *School Record*

13 (4) Jahan Dotson (Nazareth)

13 (6) Jakob Herres (Easton) *School Record*

13 (4) Scott Grigas (North Schuylkill) *School Record*

12 (9) Jessiah Woods (Dieruff) *School Record*

11 (7), 10 (1) Miguel Hernandez (Catasauqua) *Ties School Record*

10 (1) Nate Calderone (Blue Mountain) *School Record*

10 (4) Phil Dangello (Northwestern) *Ties School Record*

10 (7) Mike Brown (Pleasant Valley)

10 (9) Nate Stefanik (Nazareth)

10 (10) Danny O’Hare (Notre Dame) *Ties School Record*

10 (12) Isaiah Dejesus (Notre Dame) *Ties School Record*

 

Single Game Reception Yardage (140)

240 (7) Miguel Hernandez (Catasauqua) *School Record*

200 (9) Jessiah Woods (Dieruff)

196 (10) Mike Brown (Pleasant Valley)

196 (11) Devon Rabuck (Williams Valley) *School Record*

182 (5) Daizhun Rhodes (Bethlehem Catholic)

179 (1) Nate Calderone (Blue Mountain) *School Record*

166 (1) Derrick Beckham (Panther Valley)

165 (8), 159 (10) Brent Beck (Pleasant Valley)

155 (9), 144 (3) Scott Grigas (North Schuylkill)

158 (6), 142 (11) Jakob Herres (Easton)

157 (6) Jake Wolfgang (Williams Valley)

156 (6) Ashton Buchanan (Tri-Valley)

155 (8) Khalili Edwards (PM West)

155 (10) Shamus Williams (Bethlehem Catholic)

154 (7), 150 (4) Jahan Dotson (Nazareth)

148 (1) Caleb Clymer (Northwestern)

146 (1) Brandon Koch (Schuylkill Haven)

145 (7) Naisiah Jacobs (ES North) *School Record*

144 (12) Isaiah Dejesus (Notre Dame)

141 (9) Tyler Hays (Parkland)

 

Single Game Reception TD’s (3)

4 (5) Eddie Olsen (Easton) *School Record*

4 (11) Devon Rabuck (Williams Valley) *School Record*

3 (2) Dez Boykin (Whitehall)

3 (3) Tristan Hillman (PM East)

3 (3) Joe Herman III (Whitehall)

3 (6) Jahan Dotson (Nazareth)

3 (7) Darius Robinson (PM East) *Ties School Record*

3 (8) Brandon Koch (Schuylkill Haven)

3 (8), 3 (10) Khalili Edwards (PM West) *Ties School Record*

3 (10) Shamus Williams (Bethlehem Catholic)

3 (10) Zack Crum (Lehighton)

3 (10) Mike Brown (Pleasant Valley)

 

ADDED FEATURE: THE # AFTER THE PLAYERS SCHOOL IS WHERE THEY CURRENTLY RANK AT THEIR SCHOOL FOR A SINGLE SEASON 

 

District 11 Season Leaders

 

Rushing (1000)

2948 Dylan Rabuck (Williams Valley)  *School Record*

2775 Kobe Brish (Schuylkill Haven)   2nd

2255 TaQuan Bradley-Chambers (Lehighton)   2nd

1912 Nasir Legree (Liberty)  *School Record*

1584 Cody Scherer (Lehighton)   5th

1550 Sean Solomon (ES South)   9th

1543 Job Goodman (Wilson)   2nd

1534 Justin St. Hill (Jim Thorpe)   3rd

1532 Praize Andrews (PM East)   2nd

1479 Jahan Worth (Parkland)    10th

1341 Nick Breiner (Tamaqua)    2nd

1305 Logan Bachman (Central Catholic)  9th

1293 Garrett DeBoer (Bangor)   7th

1280 Alstan Wolfe (Saucon Valley)   13th

1270 Trey Gretzinger (Palisades)   4th

 

1261 Gerald Grube (Notre Dame)   2nd

1246 Luke Stauss (Southern Lehigh)   6th

1240 Jared Colletti (Palisades)   6th

 

1226 Matt Lewandowski (Mahanoy Area)   8th

1192 Tekoah Guedes (Palmerton)    8th

1111  Sone Ntoh (Emmaus)   13th

1109 Zach Petiet (Saucon Valley)

1099 Matt Bisko (Bethlehem Catholic)

1057 Ryan Clark (ES South)

1046 Braxton Marrero (Whitehall)

1036 Abdul Beasley (Freedom)

1015 Ethan Parvel (Whitehall)

 

Touchdowns (20)

44 Kobe Brish (Schuylkill Haven)   3rd

42 Dylan Rabuck (Williams Valley) *School Record*

34 Jahan Worth (Parkland)    2nd

29 Justin St. Hill (Jim Thorpe) *School Record*

 

27 Logan Bachman (Central Catholic)  tie 7th

25 Job Goodman (Wilson) *Ties School Record*

25 Alstan Wolfe (Saucon Valley)   4th

25 Gerald Grube (Notre Dame)   3rd

24 Cody Scherer (Lehighton)   tie 3rd

24 Tekoah Guedes (Palmerton)   tie 2nd

23 Jared Colletti (Palisades)   tie 2nd

22 Sean Solomon (ES South)   tie 5th

22 Taquan Chambers (Lehighton)    6th

22 Luke Strauss (Southern Lehigh)   tie 3rd

21 Nick Breiner (Tamaqua)   tie 3rd

 

 

Passing Yards (1,000)

3424 Cole DeFranco (Notre Dame) *School Record*

2654 Michael Ruisch (Parkland)   2nd

2651 Jared Jenkins (Freedom) *School Record*

2600 Anthony Harris (Nazareth)   2nd

2229 Javon Clements (Bethlehem Catholic)   4th

2133 Ethan Parvel (Whitehall)    3rd

2127 Quidanie Vega (Dieruff)   2nd

1963 Scott Poulson (Easton) *School Record*

1862 Levi Engle (Williams Valley) *School Record*

1846 Dylan Della Valle (PM West)  2nd

1737 Logan Edmond (Southern Lehigh)   4th

1724 Tekoah Guedes (Palmerton)   3rd

 

1659 Aidan McHugh (Pleasant Valley)    5th

1619 Andrew Brett (Catasauqua) 5th

1587 Blake Reed (Emmaus)   4th

1444 Frank Rauscher (Central Catholic)

1547 Doug Weist (North Schuylkill)   5th

1438 Cody Scherer (Lehighton)   5th

1285 Deven Bollinger (Northwestern)   3rd

1195 Logan Yoder (Tri-Valley)

1159 Cameron Clark (Wilson)

1154 Sean Stewart (Stroudsburg)   8th

1144 Dylan Rinker (PM East)   5th

1119 Ethan Brader (Palisades)

1094 David Krewson (Blue Mountain)

1090 Alstan Wolfe (Saucon Valley)   10th

1069 Mike Ruitort (ES South)

1020 David Quiles (ES North) *School Record*

1004 Scott Schwalm (Minersville)

 

 

Touchdown Passes (20)

31 Cole DeFranco (Notre Dame) *School Record*

31 Ethan Parvel (Whitehall) *Ties School Record*

28 Anthony Harris Nazareth)   tie 2nd

23 Scott Poulson (Easton) *School Record*

23 Levi Engle (Williams Valley)   tie 2nd

22 Dylan Della Valle (PM West) *Ties School Record*

22 Michael Ruisch (Parkland)    tie 3rd

21 Quidanie Vega (Dieruff) *School Record*

21 Blake Reed (Emmaus) *School Record*

 

21 Logan Edmond (Southern Lehigh)   3rd

20 Cody Scherer (Lehighton)   3rd

 

Receptions (40)

67 Jakob Herres (Easton) *School Record*

65 Miguel Hernandez (Catasauqua)   2nd

64 Dan O’Hare (Notre Dame)   tie 3rd

64 Isaiah Dejesus (Notre Dame)   tie 3rd

64 Dez Boykin (Whitehall)   3rd

62 Jahan Dotson (Nazareth)  3rd

60 Alec Huertas (Freedom) *School Record*

59 Zac Keifer (Nazareth)   6th

53 Scott Grigas (North Schuylkill)   2nd

50 Tyler Hays (Parkland)   4th

46 Mike Brown (Pleasant Valley)   tie 2nd

46 Nate Stefanik (Nazareth)   11th

45 Khalili Edwards (PM West) *Ties School Record*

45 Daizhun Rhodes (Bethlehem Catholic)   6th

44 Victor Alvarado (Dieruff)  6th

44 Justin Pasquale (Central Catholic)

42 Nate Calderone (Blue Mountain) *School Record*

40 Tristan Hillman (PM East)   3rd

 

 

Reception Yardage (600)

1230 Jakob Herres (Easton) *School Record*

1100 Tyler Hays (Parkland)   2nd

1021 Dez Boykin (Whitehall)   2nd

943 Alec Huertas (Freedom) *School Record*

924 Scott Grigas (North Schuylkill)   3rd

889 Jahan Dotson (Nazareth)   5th

874 Daizhun Rhodes (Bethlehem Catholic)   8th

874 Isaiah Dejesus (Notre Dame)   3rd

830 Miguel Hernandez (Catasauqua)  6th

823 Mike Brown (Pleasant Valley)   2nd

810 Bryce Ellinger (Minersville) *School Record*

761 Justus Grube (Freedom)    5th

760 Danny O’Hare (Notre Dame)   7th

738 Jake Wolfgang (Williams Valley)   6th

735 Gerald Grube (Notre Dame)   10th

734 Ashton Buchanan (Tri-Valley)   5th

698 Khalili Edwards (PM West) *School Record*

693 Nate Stefanik (Nazareth)   8th

 

661 Eli Price (Southern Lehigh)   9th

654 Devon Rabuck (Williams Valley)    7th

643 Caleb Clymer (Northwestern)   3rd

622 Nate Calderone (Blue Mountain) *School Record*

 

Reception Touchdowns (9)

15 Jahan Dotson (Nazareth)   2nd

14 Jakob Herres (Easton *School Record*

13 Jake Wolfgang (Williams Valley)   tie 3rd

12 Eli Price (Southern Lehigh)   2nd

12 Khalili Edwards (PM West) *School Record*

12 Dez Boykin (Whitehall)   3rd

9 Brandon Koch (Schuylkill Haven)

9 Austin Buchanan (Tri-Valley)   2nd

9 Zack Crum (Lehighton)   tie 3rd

9 Scott Grigas (North Schuylkill)

9 Tyler Hays (Parkland)   tie 6th

 

 

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