Record-Setters: Week 2 Performances
Football fans saw several records set in Eastern Pennsylvania last weekend.
Wilkes-Barre GAR’s defensive back Tydus Winstead tied a national high school football record with three interception returns for touchdowns in one quarter.
In the second quarter he returned interceptions of 21, 25 and 14 yards for scores.
In week one Marple-Newtown’s Adrian Sapnas rushed for 257 yards on 25 carries to set the school’s single season rushing record. Cimmirow Moat held the previous record in 2011. He rushed for 256 yards against Sun Valley.
It didn’t take him long to break his own record. Adrian rushed for 274 yards last weekend against Strath Haven.
The dynamic duo of Southern Lehigh’s quarterback Travis Edmond and wide receiver Timmy Walter set two records week two.
Edmond passed for 358 yards against Wilson Area last weekend. He eclipsed his own record set in 2013 versus Notre Dame.
Walter caught nine passes for 229 yards, breaking Jacob DelPriore’s 202 yards receiving record he set in 2012 against Notre Dame.
Roman Catholic’s Philip DiWilliams passed for 415 yards against Downingtown East. That’s the highest total ever for a Catholic League Quarterback and ranks No. 2 in city history (to the 498 rung up last season by SCH Academy’s Paul Dooley). Per TedSilary.com website.
Carlisle’s Deonte Ramsey caught nine passes for 273 yards setting a school record in receiving. He broke Richard Rayborn’s record of seven catches for 165 yards against Bishop McDevitt in a district title game in 2004.
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