Philadelphia Catholic League Players of the Week
Week 0 – Aug. 28, 2019
Offensive Player of the Week
Jeron Phillips – Lansdale Catholic – QB – Junior
In his team’s, 44-42, victory over Father Judge, Phillips passed 15-of-19 for 333 yards and three touchdowns. This was Phillips first varsity start at Lansdale Catholic. Last season the Crusaders only passed for 413 yards for the entire season. Phillips’ 333 yards easily shattered the previous high by Pat Duggan (267) in 2012. Lansdale joined the PCL in 2008.
Defensive Player of the Week
Ryan Savage – LaSalle – DE – Senior
Savage helped the Explorers’ limit a usually potent Imhotep club to one offensive touchdown and a total of 120 yards of offense. All total, he collected ten tackles, including a pair of sacks and another TFL. Savage’s second sack ended the Panthers final drive with just over a minute to go and helped preserve a hard-fought, 15-12, win.
Special Teams Player of the Week
Luke Jackson – Conwell-Egan – K/P – Senior
Jackson’s 28-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter broke a 14-14 tie and gave the Eagles the lead for good. Jackson converted all three of his PAT attempts and punted three times for a 33.7 average.
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