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FINAL STATS – District 11 Top Returning Players

Written by: on Tuesday, January 12th, 2016. Follow Don Leypoldt on Twitter.

 

by Duke Helms

DISTRICT NOTES – FINAL FOR 2015:

All stats are in.  Some of the stats on the chart have been adjusted slightly as per the head coach or the school statistician’s final stats.  I’ve added a section below that lists the top player in 4 different categories for each of the 46 schools in the District.  I’ve also identified all underclassmen in the single season section below.  If there are any errors, please let me know.  These were taken from each school’s roster.

 

RUNNINGBACKS:  Eric Digirolamo of Parkland finished the season with 1,153 yards rushing and 22 td’s.  There were 4 players that moved into the top 50 all-time in District 11 for career rushing yards.  They are Harry Hall (10th, 5,065 yards), Evan Culver (11th, 4,937 yards), Austyn Borre (26th, 4,295 yards) and Wyatt Clements (34th, 4,005 yards).  There were 6 players that moved into the top 50 all-time for career td’s.  They are Culver (9th, 77), Borre had 66 td’s and is tied for 15th with Tosh Riddick (Dieruff), Eddie Scipio (Bethlehem Catholic) and William Casella (Schuylkill Haven).  Wyatt Clements had 65 td’s and is tied with Juan Gaddy of Easton for 19th place.  Harry Hall scored 59 td’s and is tied for 32nd place with Brendan Nosovitch of Central Catholic.  And Kyle Boney had 51 td’s and is tied for 48th place with Brett Snyder of Northwestern, Komlan Lonergan of Central Catholic and Scott LaValva of Bangor.

 

QUARTERBACKS:  Devante Cross of Parkland finished the season with 1,393 yards rushing and 19 td’s.  He finishes his career with 2,961 yards rushing and scored a total of 41 td’s.  Cross threw for 2,947 yards and 26 td passes this year.  For his career, Cross threw for 6,350 yards and 64 td passes.  He fell 39 yards short of becoming only the second player in District 11 history to rush for 3,000 yards and pass for 6,000 yards in a career.  Brendan Nosovitch of Central Catholic is the only player to accomplish this (3,629 rushing and 9,249 passing).  His career passing yards are 9th best all-time in the District while his 64 td passes places him in a tie with Corey Cinicola of Jim Thorpe for 9th all-time.  There were 9 quarterbacks this year that moved into the top 50 all-time for career passing yards in District 11.  They are Tre Jordan (3rd, 7,884 yards), Doug Erney (6th, 6,675 yards), Cross (9th, 6,350 yards), Julian Spigner (18th, 5,538 yards), Bobby Grigas (36th, 4,488 yards), Jake Cirillo (39th, 4,305 yards), Tevon Weber (41st, 4,270 yards), Tyler Cann (46th, 3,933 yards) and Ian McCole (47th, 3,920 yards).  Cirillo can add to his totals next year.

 

 RECEIVERS:  Kenny Yeboah of Parkland finishes the year with 72 catches for 1,159 yards and 14 td catches.  All 3 totals are school records.  Yeboah also set career school records with his 119 catches for 1,932 yards.  Tim Massaquoi held the previous records when he had 114 catches for 1,928 yards from 1998-00.  Yeboah finished his 2 year career with 27 td catches.  Massaquoi still holds the school record with 31 career td catches.  Noah Ridgeway caught 43 passes for 739 yards and 5 td’s and Parkland’s third receiver, Zach Bross, caught 39 passes for 459 yards and 4 td’s.  There were 4 receivers that moved into the top 25 all-time for career receiving yards.  They are, Nate Stewart (2nd, 2,777 yards), Ethan Price (16th, 1,997 yards), Yeboah (18th, 1,932 yards) and Jahan Dotson (22nd, 1,866 yards).  Dotson can add to his totals for the next 2 years.  There were also 4 players that moved into the top 50 all-time in District 11 for career receptions.  They are, Stewart (3rd, 160), Dotson (12th, 125), Yeboah (17th, 119) and Nick Basenese (40th, 103).  And there were 7 players that moved into the top 50 all-time for career reception td’s.  They are, Stewart (4th, 33), Yeboah and Tevon Murray are tied for (10th, 27) with KJ Williams of Liberty, Dotson (15th, 25) tied with Shane McEvoy of Lehighton, Ethan Price and Mason Donaldson each had 22 career td catches and are tied for 27th with Bob Frederick of Allen, Justin Scerbo of Wilson, Trent Clark of Freedom and Mark Libiano of Easton, Aaron Weller is tied for (36th, 19) with Jacob Del Priore of Southern Lehigh, Fenton Black of Panther Valley, Nick Merva of Shenandoah Valley, Charlie Angelini of Pius X and Duke Lilly of Northern Lehigh.

 

ALL-STATE

Nine players on the chart made all-state this year.  They are, Evan Culver, Wyatt Clements, Kyle Boney, Tre Jordan, Devante Cross, Kenny Yeboah, Jahan Dotson, Mason Donaldson and Alvin Pacheco.  Also making all-state from the District were, Noel Brouse of Parkland, Jaohne Duggan of Liberty, Major Jordan of North Schuylkill, Hunter Herb of Tri-Valley and Matt Yedsena of Mahanoy Area.

 

Here’s a look at the top rusher, passer and receiver for each of the 46 District 11 schools for the 2015 season.  The number in blue parenthesis is the player’s rank for a single season at their school.

 

ALLEN

touchdowns – Romeo Wright – 3

rusher – Cristian Suarez – 413

passer – Romeo Wright – 298

receiver – Felix Alvarez – 16-166

 

BANGOR

touchdowns – Saivaugh Vass, Jesse Rocco – 3

rusher – Saivaugh Vass – 378

passer – Landon Labar – 342

receiver – Cam Strohe 8, Brandon Scholato – 121

 

BETHLEHEM CATHOLIC

touchdowns – Antwon Keenan – 33 (3rd)

rusher – Antwon Keenan – 1,327

passer – Julian Spigner – 1,691

receiver – Nate Stewart – 30-672

 

BLUE MOUNTAIN

touchdowns – Lucas Forbes – 12

rusher – Lucas Forbes – 871

passer – Mason Freed – 759

receiver – Spencer Welsh – 24-300

 

CATASAUQUA

touchdowns – Corey Raysely – 7

rusher – Cristian Burker – 576

passer – Cristian Burker – 1,327 (8th)

receiver – Corey Raysely – 51-743 (2nd and 5th)

 

CENTRAL CATHOLIC

touchdowns – Alvin Pacheco – 26 (tie 7th)

rusher – Alvin Pacheco – 1,610 (5th)

passer – Ethan Persa – 1,874 (8th)

receiver – Dallas Kassis – 50-697 (8th for catches)

 

DIERUFF

touchdowns – Devante Robinson – 9

rusher – Devante Robinson – 1,329 (6th)

passer – Alfred Fustakgi – 367

receiver – Jayden Reyes – 26-219

 

EASTON

touchdowns – Nysir Minney-Gratz – 28 (3rd)

rusher – Nysir Minney-Gratz – 1,975 (2nd)

passer – Trey Durrah – 609

receiver – Trey Bailey – 27-406

 

EAST STROUDSBURG NORTH

touchdowns – Thomas Melchiorre – 21 (tie for 1st)

rusher – Thomas Melchiorre – 1,697 (1st)

passer – Thomas Melchiorre – 266

receiver – Eddie Brown – 6-182

 

EAST STROUDSBURG SOUTH

touchdowns – Changa Hodge – 14

rusher – Jarrad Pope – 329

passer – Jake Cirillo – 1,969 (3rd)

receiver – Changa Hodge – 28-869 (3rd for yardage)

 

EMMAUS

touchdowns – Kyle Boney – 41 (1st)

rusher – Kyle Boney – 2,452 (1st)

passer – Derek Schaffer – 668

receiver – Sal Pagano 11, Stephen Wolf – 149

 

FREEDOM

touchdowns – Andres Santos – 15 (7th)

rusher – Andres Santos – 676

passer – Joe Young – 1,123

receiver – Brennan Reinert – 19-341

 

JIM THORPE

touchdowns – Robert Heller – 20 (2nd)

rusher – Robert Heller – 1,529 (2nd)

passer – Dean Richards – 468

receiver – Kevin Vitti – 8-192

 

LEHIGHTON

touchdowns – Wyatt Clements – 24 (3rd)

rusher – Wyatt Clements – 1,669 (3rd)

passer – Tyler Cann – 1,643 (2nd)

receiver – Tegan Durishin – 43-662 (3rd and 5th)

 

LIBERTY

touchdowns – Gunner Anglovich – 21 (tied for 6th)

rusher – Gunner Anglovich – 1,450 (3rd)

passer – Doug Erney – 2,037 (3rd)

receiver – Victor Santiago – 38-737 (tied for 7th and 4th)

 

MAHANOY AREA

touchdowns – Lenny Dulsky, Mason Ryan -15

rusher – Lenny Dulsky – 1,190 (9th)

passer – Mason Ryan – 296

receiver – n/a

 

MARIAN CATHOLIC

touchdowns – KJ Snerr – 24 (3rd)

rusher – KJ Snerr – 1,395 (6th)

passer – Ethan Kuczynski – 1,183

receiver – Aaron DeAngelo – 39-677 (4th and 5th)

 

MINERSVILLE

touchdowns – Jonathan McBreen, Aaron Griffiths – 5

rusher – Aaron Griffiths – 450

passer – Jonathan McBreen – 269

receiver – Adam Stoppie – 5-138

 

NAZARETH

touchdowns – Jahan Dotson – 21 (tied 8th)

rusher – Travis Stefanik – 1,071

passer – Travis Stefanik – 2,346 (2nd)

receiver – Jahan Dotson – 65-1,174 (2nd and 2nd)

 

NORTHAMPTON

touchdowns – Devon Turner – 12

rusher – Devon Turner – 862

passer – Collin Schucker – 960

receiver – Mario Delker – 21-323

 

NORTHERN LEHIGH

touchdowns – CJ Young – 14

rusher – CJ Young – 1,035

passer – Chad Cederberg – 548

receiver – CJ Young – 12-150

 

NORTHWESTERN

touchdowns – Harry Hall – 23 (4th)

rusher – Harry Hall – 1,649 (3rd)

passer – Dylan Snyder – 1,152 (4th)

receiver – Trevor Cunningham – 24-420 (9th for yardage)

 

NORTH SCHUYLKILL

touchdowns – Richie Zahodnick – 11

rusher – Major Jordan – 884

passer – Bobby Grigas – 1,201

receiver – Richie Zahodnick – 39-423 (3rd for catches)

 

NOTRE DAME

touchdowns – Tre Jordan – 19 (2nd)

rusher – Mitch Daniel – 1,096 (7th)

passer – Tre Jordan – 3,375 (1st)

receiver – Nick Basenese – 74-826 (1st and 3rd)

 

PALISADES

touchdowns – Austin Krauss – 8

rusher – Patrick Lodwig – 543

passer – Austin Krauss – 883

receiver – Blake Cassalia – 25-335

 

PALMERTON

touchdowns – Mike Stasko – 21 (1st)

rusher – Mike Stasko – 1,233 (5th)

passer – Garrett Perschy – 1,080 (7th)

receiver – Zach Buck – 24-342

 

PANTHER VALLEY

touchdowns – Danny Gilberry – 5

rusher – Rene Figueroa – 449

passer – Hunter Kennedy – 487

receiver – Anthony Vavra – 16, Gilberry – 232

 

PARKLAND

touchdowns – Erik Digirolamo – 22 (tied for 9th)

rusher – Devante Cross – 1,393

passer – Devante Cross – 2,947 (1st)

receiver – Kenny Yeboah – 72-1,159 (1st and 1st)

 

PEN ARGYL

touchdowns – Logan Sterner – 10

rusher – Logan Sterner – 640

passer – Jake Holden – 445

receiver – James Klinger – 25-269

 

PINE GROVE

touchdowns – Austin Luckenbill – 2

rusher – Cameron Lutz – 273

passer – Jacob Leininger – 217

receiver – Austin Luckenbill – 15-173

 

PLEASANT VALLEY

touchdowns – Austyn Borre – 20 (1st)

rusher – Austyn Borre – 1,154 (2nd)

passer – Brandon Keyes – 664

receiver – Austyn Borre – 25, Justin Richardson – 387

 

POCONO MOUNTAIN EAST

touchdowns – Matt Fisher – 8

rusher – Matt Fisher – 654

passer – Jacob Keene – 654

receiver – Tyler Horvath – 22, Tom Sisk – 229

 

POCONO MOUNTAIN WEST

touchdowns – Chris Monaco – 12 (tied for 3rd)

rusher – Matt Mussenden – 571

passer – Dylan Della Valle – 1,150 (4th)

receiver – Chris Monaco – 29-445 (tied for 3rd and 4th)

 

POTTSVILLE

touchdowns – Eric Wapinsky – 8

rusher – Darion Jacoby – 848

passer – Eric Wapinsky – 899

receiver – Ian Murhon – 17-207

 

POTTSVILLE NATIVITY

touchdowns – Marcus Renninger – 10

rusher – Marcus Renninger – 542

passer – Ryan McDonald – 767

receiver – Conner Burke – 17-224

 

SALISBURY

touchdowns – Devin Irwin, Mason Donaldson – 14 (tied for 7th)

rusher – Shane Wittman – 477

passer – Tevon Weber – 1,554 (4th)

receiver – Mason Donaldson – 50-810 (tied for 3rd and 3rd)

 

SAUCON VALLEY

touchdowns – Evan Culver – 48 (1st)

rusher – Evan Culver – 2,934 (1st)

passer – Zach Thatcher – 1,210 (6th)

receiver – Nate Harka – 31-626 (6th and 2nd)

 

SCHUYLKILL HAVEN

touchdowns – Preston Gehring, Nick Kerschner – 11

rusher – Nick Kerschner – 899

passer – Danny Lozada – 403

receiver – Tyler Browne – 9-142

 

SHENANDOAH VALLEY

touchdowns – Joel Santana – 6

rusher – n/a

passer – Ian McCole – 1,518 (5th)

receiver – Joel Santana – 59-677 (1st and 8th)

 

SOUTHERN LEHIGH

touchdowns – Ethan Price – 16

rusher – Tim Walter – 686

passer – Blake Levengood – 2,417 (1st)

receiver – Ethan Price – 56-1,281 (2nd and 1st)

 

STROUDSBURG

touchdowns – Jamaal Brome – 23 (tied for 5th)

rusher – Jamaal Brome – 1,646 (7th)

passer – Jake Jakobsen – 1,557 (1st)

receiver – Marcello Riccardi – 44-832 (1st and 1st)

 

TAMAQUA

touchdowns – Bud Moyer – 21 (3rd)

rusher – Bud Moyer – 1,152 (8th)

passer – Thad Zuber – 573

receiver – Zeke Wassell, Moyer – 10, Wassell – 226

 

TRI-VALLEY

touchdowns – Jaden Buchanan – 14

rusher – Jaden Buchanan – 648

passer – Jaden Buchanan – 1,185

receiver – Tyler Lucas – 33-436

 

WHITEHALL

touchdowns – Giani Sinatore – 12

rusher – Giani Sinatore – 780

passer – Giani Sinatore – 1,838 (3rd)

receiver – Dez Boykin – 41-660 (8th and 7th)

 

WILLIAMS VALLEY

touchdowns – Jake Wolfgang – 10

rusher – Dylan Rabuck – 1,105

passer – Nick Rodichok – 1,732 (2nd)

receiver – Jake Wolfgang – 29-762 (5th for yardage)

 

WILSON

touchdowns – Job Goodman – 10

rusher – Job Goodman – 831

passer – Cameron Clark – 957

receiver – Jaykwon Jefferson – 33-398

 

 

Week 14 Trivia:  Name the four players from District 11 that have rushed for more yards in a single season than Evan Culver.  Zach Barket of Schuylkill Haven (4,187 yards in 2008), Austin Scott of Parkland (3,853 yards in 2002), Colin McDermitt of Central Catholic (3,293 yards in 2012) and James Mungro of East Stroudsburg South (3,089 yards in 1995).

 

Week 13 Trivia:  Culver and Thatcher became the 7th Colonial league teammates to rush for 1,000 yards in a season. Can you name the other 6 teammates that have accomplished this?  Chris Gerhard and Bill Coolbaugh of Catasauqua in 1981, Scott Rothrock and Nate Pendry of Catasauqua in 1996, Josh Snyder and Jon Suter of Northwestern in 1997, Dan Ruggiero and Corey Heard of Pen Argyl in 2006 and Jeff Noyes and Matt Falcone of Palmerton in both 2007 and 2008.

 

Week 12 Trivia: Correction…Notre Dame has 3 players with over 500 yards receiving and 1 player with over 400 yards.  Name the only team to have 4 players with 500 yards or more receiving in the same season.  *Nazareth* 2011: Adam Bridgeforth (1,221), Andrew Bridgeforth (1,011), Alex Tonnies (674) and Dan Shephard (508).  The first team to have 3 players with 500 yards receiving and 1 player with over 400 yards in the same season. Bethlehem Catholic in 1999: Shawn Martell 950 yards, Eddie Scipio 695 yards, Frank Trovato 640 yards and Pete Donchez 476 yards.  Notre Dame’s Destyn Woody went over 500 yards vs Dunmore to give them 4 players with over 500 yards receiving in a season.  They are: Nick Basenese (826), Woody (608), Aaron Weller (586) and Mitch Daniel (525).

 

Week 11 Trivia:  Robert Heller of Jim Thorpe ended his career scoring 35 td’s.  Name the 3 Olympians that have scored more than 35 td’s in their careers.  Jason Figura had 52 (2001-04), Phil Redline had 39 (2004-07) and Gary Storer had 38 from 1993-94.

 

Week 10 Trivia:  Which running back in the District has the most 300 yard rushing games? Colin McDermott (Central Catholic), James Mungro (ES South), Austin Scott (Parkland), Franklyn Quiteh (PM West) or Zack Barket (Schuylkill Haven).  Austin Scott had 4 games with over 300 yards rushing.  Barket, McDermott and Quiteh all had 3 and surprisingly Mungro only had 2.

 

Week 9 Trivia:

Austyn Borre of Pleasant Valley has caught 20 or more passes in all four years.  Name the other 3 players that have accomplished this.  Matt Camilletti of Pius X (36, 36, 53, 58), OJ Grow of Williams (30, 34, 26, 60) and Nate Stewart of Pius X & Bethlehem Catholic (23, 26, 81, 25).

 

Week 8 Trivia: Aaron Weller of Notre Dame has 9 td catches this year. Name the 2 former teammates that currently share the school record with 10 td catches each. Greg Machia in 1990 and Aaron Cerrone in 1991.

 

Week 7 Trivia:  Name the 2 current head coaches in District 11 that rushed for 1,000 yards in a season for a District 11 team. Josh Snyder of Northwestern did it twice.  In 1996, he rushed for 1,102 yards and in 1997, he rushed for 1,395 yards.  Current North Schuylkill head coach Wally Hall rushed for 1,175 yards in his junior year for Shenandoah Valley in 1992.

 

Week 6 Trivia:  Ethan Price of Southern Lehigh leads the District with 9 td catches this year.  Price is tied with 2 other players at Southern Lehigh.  Name those 2 players.  Price was tied with Dave Wood and Jeff Smillie.  Wood had 9 in 1974 and Smillie had 9 in 2010.  Price had a td catch last week and now has 10 this year, tying Jake Meluskey’s school record.  Meluskey, a fullback, set the record in 2011 when he caught 32 passes for 508 yards and the 10 td’s.  Meluskey also rushed for 1,139 yards and another 9 td’s.

 

Week 5 Trivia:  Which one of these Salisbury receivers is tied with current Falcon Mason Donaldson for the most career td catches.  Antoine Hubbard, John Gardus, Andrew Haldeman, Joey Remmel, Chris Burda, Doug Durepo, Scott Gardus or Jesse Phillips.  John Gardus had 14 td catches.  He had 7 in 2006 and 7 more in 2007. Hubbard and Haldeman each had 12 td catches in their careers.

 

Week 4 Trivia:  Tevon Murray, a 6’6″ wide receiver from North Schuylkill didn’t catch one of Bobby Grigas’ 3 td passes last week vs Marian Catholic.  That snapped a streak of 11 consecutive games with a td catch.  The District 11 record is 14 consecutive games.  Who holds the record? Kevin Gulyas of Central Catholic.  The streak started in 2010 with the playoffs.  Gulyas caught a td in all 6 playoff games including their win over Bishop McDevitt in the State final.  He then caught a td pass in the first 8 games of the 2011 season.  His streak ended when they played in a snow storm vs Allen.  With Central up 33-0 at halftime, the game was called.  Gulyas caught the only 2 completions from Brendan Nosovitch for 6 yards.

 

Week 3 Trivia:  Jahan Dotson of Nazareth broke the District 11 record for most catches for a player in their freshman and sophomore seasons.  Dotson has 75 catches so far in his career.  Who held the old record with 72 catches?  Matt Camilletti of Pius X (2008-09).

 

Week 2 Trivia: Name the only pair of brothers from District 11 to each rush for over 1,000 yards in the same season.  Joe and Jim Agosti of Marian Catholic did the trick in 1976.  Senior Joe, rushed for 1,050 yards and 8 td’s, while brother Jim, a junior rushed for 1,274 yards and 23 td’s (both school records at the time).  Jim would go over 1,200 yards again as a senior in 1977.  Jim totaled 142 points in 1976 to break the old Carbon County scoring record that was held since 1956.  Eddie Kocha of Nesquehoning (also a junior) scored 141 points in 9 games.  The year before in 1975, Marian also had 2 players rush for 1,000 yards each.  Pete Albano rushed for 1,268 yards and Fred Segilia rushed for 1,038 yards.  The head coach for the 1975 and 1976 seasons was Chuck Rocconi.  The following year, Stan Dakosky took over the team and is now in his 38th year.

 

Week 1 Trivia: Ethan Price of Southern Lehigh also broke the District 11 single game receiving yardage record with his 296 yards.  Who held the old District record? Kevin Gulyas (2011 vs Parkland) of Central Catholic and Quintin Lopez (2004 vs Southern Columbia) of Pius X both had 280 yards in a game.

 

 

2015 single game highs: ( ) is the week the player accomplished the stat (totals set last week)

 

Single Game Touchdowns (4)

 

7 (9) Gunner Anglovich (Liberty) *7 School Record* 

7 (11), 6 (1), 5 (4), 4 (5), 4 (7), 4 (9), 4 (12) Kyle Boney (Emmaus) *7 School Record*                                     

6 (7) Mike Stasko (Palmerton) *6 School Record*

6 (10), 4 (5) Nysir Minney-Gratz (Easton)

5 (2), 5 (3), 5 (5), 4 (7), 4 (10) Antwon Keenan (Beth. Catholic) *5 Ties School Record* 

5 (2) Bud Moyer (Tamaqua) *5 Ties School Record*

5 (3) Jamaal Brome (Stroudsburg)

5 (5) Devante Cross (Parkland)

5 (8) Logan Sterner (Pen Argyl) *5 Ties School Record*

5 (8), 5 (12), 4 (4), 4 (5), 4 (10), 4 (14) Evan Culver (Saucon Valley) *5 Ties School Record* 

5 (9), 4 (12) KJ Snerr (Marian Catholic) *5 Ties School Record*

5 (13) Devin Turner (Northampton) *5 Ties School Record*

4 (2) Devin Irwin (Salisbury)

4 (3), 4 (4), 4 (10) Thomas Melchiorre (ES North)

4 (4) Austyn Borre (Pleasant Valley)

4 (4) Lenny Dulsky (Mahanoy Area)

4 (5) Matt Fisher (PM East)

4 (6), 4 (9), 4 (11) Alvin Pacheco (Central Catholic)

4 (7) Richie Zahodnick (North Schuylkill)

4 (8) Wyatt Clements (Lehighton)

4 (8) Mitch Daniel (Notre Dame)

 

4 (9) Tre Jordan (Notre Dame)

4 (10 Jalen Simpson (Notre Dame)

4 (11) Erik Digirolamo (Parkland)

 

 

Single Game Rushing Yardage (200)

 

469 (10), 302 (8), 202 (2) Nysir Minney-Gratz (Easton) *469 District Record*

391 (9), 293 (12) Gunner Anglovich (Liberty) *391 School Record* 

377 (9), 318 (11), 297 (7), 224 (5), 221 (6), 218 (4), Kyle Boney (Emmaus) *377 School Record*

331 (13), 279 (5), 242 (8), 221 (2) 207 (3), 204 (9), 203 (12), 202 (14) Evan Culver (Saucon Valley)

329 (4) Lenny Dulsky (Mahanoy Area) *329 Ties School Record*

329 (10), 276 (4) Thomas Melchiorre (ES North) *329 School Record*

307 (3), 247 (10), 236 (1) Jamaal Brome (Stroudsburg) *307 School Record*

306 (7) Chris Monaco (PM West)

296 (5) Mason Ryan (Mahanoy Area)

278 (12), 259 (11), 249 (6) Alvin Pacheco (Central Catholic)

270 (8) Logan Sterner (Pen Argyl)

255 (5) Austyn Borre (Pleasant Valley) *255 School Record*

252 (5) Matt Fisher (PM East)

248 (1) Mike Stasko (Palmerton) *248 School Record*

246 (4) Robert Heller (Jim Thorpe)

 

246 (9), 245 (10) Devante Robinson (Dieruff)

 

239 (6), 237 (7) Major Jordan (North Schuylkill)

227 (7), 208 (2) Bud Moyer (Tamaqua)

225 (7) KJ Snerr (Marian Catholic)

223 (8) Harry Hall (Northwestern)

222 (13) Devin Turner (Northampton)

221 (9) Saivaughn Vass (Bangor)

212 (3) Danny Lozada (Schuylkill Haven)

203 (10) Andres Santos (Freedom)

 

Single Game Passing Yardage (200)

406 (1), 297 (4), 243 (11), 242 (7), 227 (3) Blake Levengood (South. Lehigh) *406 School Record*

369 (9), 278 (5), 243 (1) 215 (3) Giani Sinatore (Whitehall) *369 School Record*

363 (3), 358 (12), 316 (5), 289 (7), 285 (2), 262 (11), 246 (13), 243 (6), 241 (9), 218 (4), 210 (8) Tre Jordan (Notre Dame) *363 School Record*

349 (8), 217 (10) Cameron Clark (Wilson)

 

345 (9), 209 (10) Ethan Persa (Central Catholic)

 

313 (6), 277 (5), 268 (16), 240 (15), 222 (10), 216 (2), 211 (12) Devante Cross (Parkland)

297 (1), 231 (5), 230 (11), 204 (6) Doug Erney (Liberty)

288 (3), 270 (2), 237 (11), 235 (1), 226 (4), 212 (8), 211 (6), 207 (5) Travis Stefanik (Nazareth)

278 (6), 235 (1) Tevon Weber (Salisbury)

274 (4), 200 (1) Jake Jakobsen (Stroudsburg)

268 (10), 257 (6), 247 (8), 241 (9), 234 (2), 221 (3) Jake Cirillo (ES South)

257 (2) Ethan Kuczynski (Marian Catholic)

252 (8) Andrew Brett (Catasauqua)

243 (9), 232 (7) Brandon Keyes (Pleasant Valley)

234 (5), 201 (7) Nick Rodichok (Williams Valley)

231 (4) Mikey Brown (Pleasant Valley)

230 (10), 224 (9) Bobby Grigas (North Schuylkill)

229 (4) Tyler Cann (Lehighton)

223 (10) Ian McCole (Shenandoah Valley)

216 (3) Garrett Perschy (Palmerton)

215 (3) Cristian Burker (Catasauqua)

207 (10) Eric Wapinsky (Pottsville)

205 (3) Trey Durrah (Easton)

 

Single Game TD Passes (4)

5 (4), 4 (11) Travis Stefanik (Nazareth) *5 Ties School Record*

4 (1), 4 (9) Blake Levengood (Southern Lehigh) *4 Ties School Record*

4 (1) Mason Freed (Blue Mountain)

4 (2) Tevon Weber (Salisbury)

4 (2) Devante Cross (Parkland) *4 Ties School Record*

4 (3), 4 (7) Tre Jordan (Notre Dame)

4 (4), 4 (7) Jake Jakobson (Stroudsburg)

4 (5), 4 (6) Doug Erney (Liberty)

4 (8) Andrew Brett (Catasauqua)

4 (8), 4 (9) Nick Rodichok (Williams Valley)

4 (9) Brandon Keyes (Pleasant Valley)

 

Single Game Receptions (10)

11 (3) Julian Liaci (Nazareth)

10 (2), 10 (10) Kenny Yeboah (Parkland)

10 (6) Mason Donaldson (Salisbury)

10 (8) Jahan Dotson (Nazareth)

10 (8) Joel Santana (Shenandoah Valley) *10 Ties School Record*

 

Single Game Reception Yardage (140)

296 (1) 166 (7), 164 (3) Ethan Price (Southern Lehigh) *296 District Record*

229 (2) Aaron Deangelo (Marian Catholic) *229 School Record*

 

195 (11) Joel Santana (Shenandoah Valley)

184 (8), 172 (11), 167 (2), 145 (6) Jahan Dotson (Nazareth)

169 (9) Dallas Kassis (Central Catholic)

 

168 (6) Noah Ridgeway (Parkland)

164 (7) Cory Hicks (Catasauqua)

163 (12) Kenny Yeboah (Parkland)

159 (1) Nate Stewart (Bethlehem Catholic)

159 (13) Destyn Woody (Notre Dame)

 

158 (9), 150 (3) Changa Hodge (ES South)

147 (3) Julian Liaci (Nazareth)

147 (3) Desmond Boykin (Whitehall)

145 (4) Marcello Riccardi (Stroudsburg)

145 (11) Tim Walter (Southern Lehigh)

143 (5) Carrick Panella (Parkland)

141 (3) Tegan Durishin (Lehighton)

 

Single Game Reception TD’s (3)

4 (11), 3 (7) Jahan Dotson (Nazareth) *4 School Record*

3 (1) Nate Stewart (Bethlehem Catholic)

3 (1), 3 (8) Ethan Price (Southern Lehigh) *3 Ties School Record*

3 (2) Aaron Deangelo (Marian Catholic) *3 Ties School Record*

3 (9) Marcello Riccardi (Stroudsburg)

3 (10) Changa Hodge (ES South)

3 (10), 3 (12) Kenny Yeboah (Parkland)

 

 

2015 District 11 Season Leaders

 

Rushing (1,000)

2934 Evan Culver (Saucon Valley) *School Record*

2452 Kyle Boney (Emmaus) *School Record*

1975 Nysir Minney-Gratz (Easton)

1697 Thomas Melchiorre (ES North) *School Record* junior

1669 Wyatt Clements (Lehighton)

1649 Harry Hall (Northwestern)

1646 Jamaal Brome (Stroudsburg) junior

1610 Alvin Pacheco (Central Catholic)

1529 Robert Heller (Jim Thorpe)

1450 Gunner Anglovich (Liberty) junior

1395 KJ Snerr (Marian Catholic)

1393 Devante Cross (Parkland)

1329 Devante Robinson (Dieruff)

1327 Antwon Keenan (Bethlehem Catholic)

1233 Mike Stasko (Palmerton) junior

1190 Lenny Dulsky (Mahanoy Area)

1164 Zach Thatcher (Saucon Valley)

1154 Austyn Borre (Pleasant Valley)

1153 Eric Digirolamo (Parkland)

1152 Bud Moyer (Tamaqua)

1120 Mason Ryan (Mahanoy Area)

1105 Dylan Rabuck (Williams Valley) sophomore

1096 Mitch Daniel (Notre Dame) junior

1071 Travis Stefanik (Nazareth) junior

1035 CJ Young (Northern Lehigh)

 

Touchdowns (15)

48  Evan Culver (Saucon Valley) *School Record*

41  Kyle Boney (Emmaus) *School Record*

33  Antwon Keenen (Bethlehem Catholic)

28  Nysir Minney-Gratz (Easton)

26  Alvin Pacheco (Central Catholic)

24  Wyatt Clements (Lehighton)

24  KJ Snerr (Marian Catholic)

23  Jamaal Brome (Stroudsburg) junior

23  Harry Hall (Northwestern)

22  Eric Digirolamo (Parkland)

21  Gunner Anglovich (Liberty) junior

21  Mike Stasko (Palmerton) *School Record* junior

21  Bud Moyer (Tamaqua)

21  Thomas Melchiorre (ES North) *Ties School Record* junior

21  Jahan Dotson (Nazareth) sophomore

20  Robert Heller (Jim Thorpe)

20  Austyn Borre (Pleasant Valley) *School Record*

19  Tre Jordan (Notre Dame)

19  Devante Cross (Parkland)

18  Mitch Daniel (Notre Dame) junior

17  Zach Thatcher (Saucon Valley)

16  Marcello Riccardi (Stroudsburg)

16  Ethan Price (Southern Lehigh)

15  Lenny Dulsky (Mahanoy Area)

15  Mason Ryan (Mahanoy Area)

15  Andres Santos (Freedom)

 

Passing Yards (1,000)

3375  Tre Jordan (Notre Dame) *School Record*

2947  Devante Cross (Parkland) *School Record*

2417  Blake Levengood (Southern Lehigh) *School Record*

2346  Travis Stefanik (Nazareth) junior

2037  Doug Erney (Liberty)

1969  Jake Cirillo (ES South) junior

1874  Ethan Persa (Central Catholic) junior

1838  Giani Sinatore (Whitehall)

1732  Nick Rodichok (Williams Valley)

1691  Julian Spigner (Bethlehem Catholic)

1643  Tyler Cann (Lehighton)

1557  Jake Jakobson (Stroudsburg) *School Record*

1554  Tevon Weber (Salisbury)

1518  Ian McCole (Shenandoah Valley)

1327  Cristian Burker (Catasauqua)

1210  Zach Thatcher (Saucon Valley)

1201  Bobby Grigas (North Schuylkill)

1185  Jaden Buchanan (Tri-Valley)

1183  Ethan Kuczynski (Marian Catholic) junior

1152  Dylan Snyder (Northwestern)

1150  Dylan Della Valle (PM West) sophomore

1123  Joe Young (Freedom) junior

1080  Garrett Perschy (Palmerton) junior

 

Touchdown Passes (20)

30  Tre Jordan (Notre Dame) *School Record*

28  Tevon Weber (Salisbury) *School Record*

28  Travis Stefanik (Nazareth) junior

28  Blake Levengood (Southern Lehigh) *School Record*

26  Doug Erney (Liberty) *School Record*

26  Devante Cross (Parkland)

22  Jake Jakobson (Stroudsburg) *School Record*

 

Receptions (30)

74  Nick Basenese (Notre Dame) *School Record*

72  Kenny Yeboah (Parkland) *School Record*

65  Jahan Dotson (Nazareth) sophomore

59  Joel Santana (Shenandoah Valley) *School Record* junior

56  Ethan Price (Southern Lehigh)

53  Julian Liaci (Nazareth) junior

51  Corey Raysely (Catasauqua) sophomore

50  Mason Donaldson (Salisbury)

50  Dallas Kassis (Central Catholic)

46  Aaron Weller (Notre Dame)

46  Ryan Greene (Catasauqua) junior

44  Marcello Riccardi (Stroudsburg) *School Record*

43  Tegan Durishin (Lehighton)

43  Noah Ridgeway (Parkland)

41  Dez Boykin (Whitehall) junior

39  Richie Zahodnick (North Schuylkill) junior

39  Aaron Deangelo (Marian Catholic)

39  Zach Bross (Parkland)

38  Victor Santiago (Liberty)

38  Tim Walter (Southern Lehigh) junior

38  Destyn Woody (Notre Dame)

35  Thomas Murphy (Central Catholic) junior

33  Jaykwon Jefferson (Wilson)

33  Tyler Lucas (Tri-Valley)

33  Austin Kaulius (Notre Dame) junior

32  Mitch Daniel (Notre Dame) junior

31  John Moran (Notre Dame) junior

31  Nate Harka (Saucon Valley)

30  Nate Stewart (Bethlehem Catholic)

 

Reception Yardage (500)

1281 Ethan Price (Southern Lehigh) *School Record*

1174 Jahan Dotson (Nazareth) sophomore

1159 Kenny Yeboah (Parkland) *School Record*

869 Changa Hodge (ES South)

832 Marcello Riccardi (Stroudsburg) *School Record*

  826 Nick Basenese (Notre Dame)

  810 Mason Donaldson (Salisbury)

762 Jake Wolfgang (Williams Valley) sophomore

761 Tim Walter (Southern Lehigh) junior

743 Corey Raysely (Catasauqua) sophomore

739 Noah Ridgeway (Parkland)

737 Victor Santiago (Liberty)

697 Dallas Kassis (Central Catholic)

677 Aaron Deangelo (Marian Catholic)

677 Joel Santana (Shenandoah Valley) junior

672 Nate Stewart (Bethlehem Catholic)

664 Julian Liaci (Nazareth) junior

662 Tegan Durishin (Lehighton)

628 Dez Boykin (Whitehall) sophomore

626 Nate Harka (Saucon Valley)

608 Destyn Woody (Notre Dame)

592 Allen Hand (Williams Valley) sophomore

586 Aaron Weller (Notre Dame)

525 Mitch Daniel (Notre Dame) junior

519 Ryan Greene (Catasauqua) junior

 

Reception Touchdowns (10)

16 Jahan Dotson (Nazareth) *School Record* sophomore

16 Ethan Price (Southern Lehigh) *School Record*

14 Kenny Yeboah (Parkland) *School Record*

13 Marcello Riccardi (Stroudsburg) *School Record*

13 Mason Donaldson (Salisbury) *School Record*

12 Changa Hodge (ES South)

10 Aaron Weller (Notre Dame) *Ties School Record*

10 Tevon Murray (North Schuylkill)

10 Jake Wolfgang (Williams Valley) sophomore

10 Victor Santiago (Liberty)

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