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District 11 Top returning players 2017 Week 4

Written by: on Thursday, September 21st, 2017. Follow Staff on Twitter.


by Duke Helm

DISTRICT 11 NOTES:  Yearly leaders are listed at the bottom. 


RUNNINGBACKS:  Pleasant Valley (1-3) won their first game of the year behind the running of junior Nasai Moon.  Moon racked up 250 yards on 16 carries and scored 3 td’s in their win over Allen.  Sone Ntoh of Emmaus rushed for 136 yards and 4 td’s in their win over PM West.  On the season, Ntoh has rushed for 479 yards and scored 8 td’s.  Dylan Rabuck of Williams Valley (4-0) rushed for over 200 yards for the 4th week in a row when he totaled 219 yards and scored 5 td’s in their 52-7 win over Halifax.  His 5 td’s ties the school record held by Cole Barnhardt.  Barnhardt scored 5 td’s vs Minersville in 2012.  Raybuck leads the District with 930 rushing yards and 15 td’s.  He also went over the 50 td career mark and now has 51 total.  Job Goodman of Wilson (2-2) rushed for 157 yards and 3 td’s on only 9 carries in their loss to Northwestern.  On the year, Goodman has rushed for 446 yards and 8 td’s and has 10 receptions for 292 yards and 4 td’s.  Six of his league-leading 12 td’s have gone for over 50 yards and he’s averaging 10.5 yards per play.  Zach Petiet of Saucon Valley is 2nd in the Colonial League with 10 td’s.  Praize Andrews of PM East rushed for over 200 yards for the 2nd week in a row when he gained 216 yards and scored 3 td’s in their win over ES North.  He keeps the top spot in the EPC North division with 603 yards.  Jarred Colletti of Palisades takes over the top spot in the Colonial League with 518 rushing yards.  Colletti rushed for 177 yards and 3 td’s last week and teammate TJ Rakowsky rushed for 137 yards to help move the Pirates to 4-0.  Sophomore Tavion Banks of Bethlehem Catholic (4-0) rushed for his 4th 100-yard game this year vs Nazareth and now has 576 yards to lead the EPC South.  Braxton Marrero of Whitehall is now in 2nd with 542 yards.  Mitch Wagner of North Schuylkill (4-0) rushed for 169 yards including a 93-yard td run in their 18-17 win over Schuylkill Haven.  He now has 525 yards rushing on the season and has scored 7 td’s.  Nick Breiner of Tamaqua leads the Schuylkill League Division 1 with his 614 yards rushing and 11 td’s.  The junior now has 30 career td’s.  Lehighton’s TaQuan Bradley-Chambers rushed for 177 yards and 3 td’s in their win over Marian Catholic.  Chambers has rushed for 539 yards and 8 td’s on the season.  Kobe Brish of Schuylkill Haven leads the Schuylkill Division 2 with 584 rushing yards.  Justin St. Hill of Jim Thorpe (4-0) rushed for 184 yards and 3 td’s in their win over Minersville.  He’s tied with Jahan Worth of Parkland for 5th place in the District with 9 td’s.  Danny Scheib of Tri-Valley went over 2,000 yards career rushing yards and now has 2,070.   Nasir Legree of Liberty rushed for 180 yards and scored 3 td’s in their loss to Whitehall.  Sean Solomon of ES South had a 94-yard kick-off return and an 80-yard run go for td’s in their win over Central Catholic.


QUARTERBACKS:   Jared Jenkins of Freedom (3-1) threw for 298 yards and 2 td’s in their win over Northampton.  The sophomore now has 822 yards passing and 8 td passes.  Ethan Parvel of Whitehall (4-0) rushed for 103 yards and scored 3 td’s (2nd week in a row).  He also threw for 172 yards and 2 td’s.  He’s now rushed for 432 yards and scored 8 td’s while throwing for 613 yards and 8 td passes.  Anthony Harris of Nazareth (1-3) leads the EPC South with his 854 yards passing and leads the District with 11 td passes.  Quidanie Vega of Dieruff threw for a school-record 341 yards vs Stroudsburg.  Vega threw 3 td passes in the game and now leads the EPC North with 858 yards passing and 7 td passes.  Vega also went over 2,000 yards passing for his career and now has 2,036 yards.  Stroudsburg’s Sherwin Stewart has also thrown for 7td’s this year.  Dylan Della Valle of PM West threw for 227 yards vs Emmaus and in the process went over the 3,000-yard career passing mark.  Della Valle now has 3,060 yards passing and has thrown 27 career td’s.  Cole DeFranco leads the District with 1.178 yards passing.  He now has 35 career td passes.   Deven Bollinger of Northwestern threw for 232 yards and 3 td’s vs Wilson to help the Tigers to their 1st win.  So far in his career, the sophomore has thrown for 2,394 yards and 25 td passes.  Michael Ruisch of Parkland (4-0) went over 2,000 yards passing for his career after he threw for 249 yards in their win over Easton.  Tamaqua’s Thad Zuber and Brayden Knoblauch each threw 2 td’s apiece in their win over Panther Valley.  Knoblauch also caught one of Zuber’s td passes.  David Krewson of Blue Mountain leads the entire Schuylkill League with 680 yards passing.  Andrew Brett of Catasauqua and Tekoah Guedes of Palmerton both have exactly 616 yards passing for the season.  Blake Reed of Emmaus threw for 178 yards and 2 td’s as the Green Hornet’s are now 2-2.  Reed has thrown for 599 yards and 9 td’s this season.  Scott Poulson of Easton went over 1,000 yards passing for his career and now has 1,075 yards.


RECEIVERS:  Nazareth’s Jahan Dotson and North Schuylkill’s Scott Grigas both caught 13 passes last week.  Ironically they both had 13 receptions each through the first 3 games of the season.  Dotson already holds the single-game school record with 15 catches that he set as a freshman vs Emmaus in 2014.  Grigas broke the school record that Bobby Wagner set last year when he caught 10 passes vs Pottsville.  Dotson jumps all the way up to 4th on the District 11 all-time career chart for receptions with 151.  Jason Grow of Williams Valley had 150 from 1987-90 and moves down to 5th.  His 2,150 yards places him in 11th all-time.  Dez Boykin of Whitehall is now the Zephyr’s career leader in receptions (139), reception yardage (2,258) and reception td’s (25).  He moves up to 8th place all-time in the District with his 139 catches.  His yardage has him in 9th place, 7 yards ahead of Matt Salvaterra of Emmaus.  Salvaterra had 2,251 reception yards from 1996-98.  Blue Mountain’s Nate Calderone caught another 7 passes for 94 yards and a td last week to up his District leading totals to 28 receptions for 451 reception yards.  Victor Alvarado of Dieruff (1-3) had another 100-yard receiving game last week vs Stroudsburg and now has an EPC North leading 21 catches for 323 yards.  Alec Huertas of Freedom caught 7 passes for 107 yards and a td last week to go over 1,000 yards receiving for his career.  Huertas now has 301 yards on the season and 1,019 yards for his career.  Phil Dangelo of Northwestern caught 10 passes for 94 yards and a td while teammate Caleb Clymer caught 8 passes for 122 yards and a score last week.  Clymer leads the Colonial League with 22 receptions for 343 yards.  Miquel Hernandez of Catasauqua is 2nd with 21 catches and Gerald Grube of Notre Dame is 2nd in yardage with 341 yards.   Hernandez and teammate Corey Raysely both have 115 career receptions.  That puts them in 3rd place all-time at Catty.



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.


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)

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

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

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

4 (1) Nick Breiner (Tamaqua)

4 (3) Praize Andrews (PM East)

4 (3) Zach Link (Shenandoah Valley)

4 (4) Sone Ntoh (Emmaus)


Single Game Rushing Yardage (200)


273 (2), 229 (3), 219 (4), 209 (1) Dylan Rabuck (Williams Valley)

266 (2) Logan Bachman (Central Catholic)

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

250 (4) Nasai Moon (Pleasant Valley)

221 (2) Kobe Brish (Schuylkill Haven)

205 (3) Nick Breiner (Tamaqua)

203 (3) Ian Murhon (Pottsville)


Single Game Passing Yardage (200)

396 (2), 345 (1), 271 (3) Cole DeFranco (Notre Dame) *School Record*

341 (4), 218 (1), 200 (3) Quidanie Vega (Dieruff) *School Record*

319 (3), 243 (1), 243 (4) Anthony Harris (Nazareth)

298 (4), 247 (1) Jared Jenkins (Freedom)

285 (1) Levi Engle (Williams Valley)

261 (1) Logan Edmond (Southern Lehigh)

249 (4) Michael Ruisch (Parkland)

233 (1), 202 (3) Tekoah Guedes (Palmerton)

233 (2) Andrew Brett (Catasauqua)

232 (4) Deven Bollinger (Northwestern)

230 (3) Frank Rousher (Central Catholic)

227 (4) Dylan Della Valle (PM West)

223 (3) Ethan Parvel (Whitehall)


212 (1) David Krewson (Blue Mountain)

211 (3) Doug Weist (North Schuylkill)

210 (1) Hunter Kennedy (Panther Valley)

207 (2) Nick Rosahac (Jim Thorpe)

200 (3) Sincere Walker (Pottsville Nativity)


Single Game TD Passes (4)

5 (3) Anthony Harris (Nazareth) *Ties School Record*

4 (1) Logan Edmond (Southern Lehigh)

4 (1) Anthony Harris (Nazareth)

4 (2) Cole DeFranco (Notre Dame)

4 (3) Cody Scherer (Lehighton)


Single Game Receptions (10)

13 (4) Jahan Dotson (Nazareth)

13 (4) Scott Grigas (North Schuylkill)

10 (1) Miguel Hernandez (Catasauqua)

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

10 (4) Phil Dangello (Northwestern)



Single Game Reception Yardage (140)

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

166 (1) Derrick Beckham (Panther Valley)

150 (4) Jahan Dotson (Nazareth)

148 (1) Caleb Clymer (Northwestern)

146 (1) Brandon Koch (Schuylkill Haven)

140 (3) Scott Grigas (North Schuylkill)


Single Game Reception TD’s (3)

3 (2) Dez Boykin (Whitehall)

3 (3) Tristan Hillman

3 (3) Joe Herman III (Whitehall)


District 11 Season Leaders


Rushing (500)

930 Dylan Rabuck (Williams Valley)

614 Nick Breiner (Tamaqua)

603 Praize Andrews (PM East)

584 Kobe Brish (Schuylkill Haven)

576 Tavion Banks (Bethlehem Catholic)

542 Braxton Marrero (Whitehall)

539 TaQuan Bradley-Chambers (Lehighton)

528 Logan Bachman (Central Catholic)

525 Mitch Wagner (North Schuylkill)

518 Jared Colletti (Palisades)

503 Matt Lewandowski (Mahanoy Area)


Touchdowns (8)

15 Dylan Rabuck (Williams Valley)

12 Job Goodman (Wilson)

11 Nick Breiner (Tamaqua)

10 Zach Petiet (Saucon Valley)

9 Jahan Worth (Parkland)

9 Justin St. Hill (Jim Thorpe)

8 Jared Colletti (Palisades)

8 Sone Ntoh (Emmaus)

8 TaQuan Bradley-Chambers (Lehighton)

8 Ethan Parvel (Whitehall)

8 Praize Andrews (PM East)


Passing Yards (600)

1178 Cole DeFranco (Notre Dame)

858 Quidanie Vega (Dieruff)

854 Anthony Harris (Nazareth)

822 Jared Jenkins (Freedom)

680 David Krewson (Blue Mountain)

656 Levi Engle (Williams Valley)

644 Logan Edmond (Southern Lehigh)

638 Dylan Della Valle (PM West)


616 Tekoah Guedes (Palmerton)

616 Andrew Brett (Catasauqua)

613 Ethan Parvel (Whitehall)


Touchdown Passes (8)

11  Anthony Harris Nazareth)

10 Cole DeFranco (Notre Dame)

9 Blake Reed (Emmaus)

8 Logan Edmond (Southern Lehigh)

8 Jared Jenkins (Freedom)

8 Ethan Parvel (Whitehall)


Receptions (16)

28 Nate Calderone (Blue Mountain)

26 Jahan Dotson (Nazareth)

26 Scott Grigas (North Schuylkill)

24 Zac Keifer (Nazareth)

22 Dez Boykin (Whitehall)

22 Derrick Beckham (Panther Valley)

22 Alec Huertas (Freedom)

22 Caleb Clymer (Northwestern)

21 Victor Alvarado (Dieruff)

21 Miguel Hernandez (Catasauqua)

20 Daizhun Rhodes (Bethlehem Catholic)

19 Khalili Edwards (PM West)

18 Corey Raysely (Catasauqua)

17 Dan O’Hare (Notre Dame)

16 Isaiah Dejesus (Notre Dame)



Reception Yardage (300)

451 Nate Calderone (Blue Mountain)

361 Scott Grigas (North Schuylkill)

343 Caleb Clymer (Northwestern)

341 Gerald Grube (Notre Dame)

340 Jake Wolfgang (Williams Valley)

337 Daizhun Rhodes (Bethlehem Catholic)

326 Derrick Beckham (Panther Valley)

323 Victor Alvarado (Dieruff)

301 Alec Huertas (Freedom)



Reception Touchdowns (5)

5 Tristan Hillman (PM East)

5 Eli Price (Southern Lehigh)

5 Jake Wolfgang (Williams Valley)

5 Scott Grigas (North Schuylkill)


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