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Record-Setters: Week 11 Performances

Written by: on Friday, November 14th, 2014. Follow David Mika on Twitter.

 

Football fans saw several records set in Eastern Pennsylvania last week.

Marple-Newtown’s Adrian Sapnas had 303 yards rushing with four touchdowns breaking his own record he set earlier this season.

He also set the record for single-season rushing yards with 2,094 yards in Marple-Newtown history breaking Steve Coyne’s record of 1,992 yards in 1983.

He also set the career rushing record at Marple-Newtown 2,923 yards. Matt Moccia’s 2,900 yards in 2005 was the previous record.

Marple-Newtown’s Abel Hoff had eight catches for 100 yards and three touchdowns.

He set the single-season reception record with 70 catches breaking the previous record of 55 catches by John McCune held in 1996 as well as the single-season reception record for Delaware County, breaking Devon Preston’s 69 catches from Ridley in 1990.

Marple-Newtown also set the record for most offensive points in a season with 296.

 

Williams Valley’s Matt Miller rushed for 203-yards versus Marian Catholic and now holds the single season rushing record with 1,721 yards, surpassing Cole Barnhardt 2012 record of 1681 yards.

 

Pennsbury’s Charles Snoweah rushed 29 times for a career-high 427 yards and seven touchdowns in Pennsbury’s 63-55 win over Downingtown West. Both stats are school records. He broke Jackson Fagan’s 2006 rushing record. Fagan rushed for 333 yards.

 

Springside Chestnut Hill Academy’s Paul Dooley posted Inter-Ac records for career
 touchdown passes (50), season touchdown passes (27) and
 passing yards in a season (2,325). Source: TedSilary.com

Springside Chestnut Hill Academy’s Dylan Parsons posted Inter-Ac records for career
 touchdown catches (21), receiving yardage records for
 a career (1,695) and season (1,001). Source: TedSilary.com

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