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Top Defensive Performers (Sept. 1st – 4th)

Written by: on Thursday, September 8th, 2016. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


Tackles (13 or more)2016-Top-Performers

18 – Dylan Rabuck, Williams Valley

18 – Zach Davies, Wyoming Valley West

17 – Kaden Martell, Canton

16 – Bailey Cohick, Troy Area

16 – Sean Mikovitch, Wyoming Valley West

15 – Gunnar Rehrig, Marian Catholic

15 – Ken Cooper, Danville

15 – Tanner Long, Germantown Academy

14 – Dylan Wolfgang, Williams Valley

13 – Cole Veliky, Central Dauphin

13 – Dom Fischetti, Loyalsock Township

13 – Hunter Webb, Loyalsock Township

13 – Matt Kemble, Williams Valley


Interceptions (2 or more)

2 – Austin Lipowitch, West Scranton

2 – Coby Motley, Northeastern

2 – Isaiah Giddens, Reading

2 – Jake Ryan, Scranton Prep

2 – Jordan Bowie, Central York

2 – Ryan Kendra, Upper Perkiomen

2 – Scott Walck, Western Wayne

2 – Shariff Jones, Strawberry Mansion


Fumbles recovered (2 or more)

2 – Jake Fisher, Strath Haven

2 – Nate Bryson, Manheim Central


Sacks (3 or more)

3.5 – Keanan Baines, Conwell-Egan


Tackles for loss (3 or more)

5 – Crae McCracken, Loyalsock Township

5 – Cyle Martin, Academy Park

5 – John Harrar, Strath Haven

3 – Nick Mooney, Wyoming Valley West

3 – Teddy Wright, Academy Park

3 – Togba Porte, Academy Park


Fumble returns for touchdowns

60-yards, Sean Vessah, Chambersburg

55-yards, Dino Zaharakis, Saucon Valley

54-yards, Albert Koniers, Jenkintown

35-yards, Blake Schwartz, Philadelphia Central

34-yards, Warrick Galbert, Chester

12-yards, Jim Burke, Springside Chestnut Hill Academy

0-yards, Dylan Conan, Marple-Newtown

0-yards, Jordon Petrowski, Dunmore

0-yards, Matt Geiger, Bishop McDevitt

0-yards, Sammy Viera, Notre Dame GP



Interception returns for touchdowns

91,yards, Shariff Jones, Strawberry Mansion

89-yards, Denny Dennison, Red Lion

61-yards, Cole Hauck, Line Mountain

60-yards, Jake Fries, Bangor

54-yards, Tyreer Mills, Middletown

51-yards, Coby Motley, Northeastern

48-yards, Brent Osman, Line Mountain

48-yards, Devin Evans, Susquehanna Township

47-yards, CJ McAnally, Episcopal Academy

41-yards, Josiah Quigley, Cumberland Valley

26-yards, Evan Callahan, Bethlehem Freedom

25-yards, Coby Motley, Northeastern

23-yards, Darren Sipf, Twin Valley

22-yards, Chris Briner, Bishop McDevitt

17-yards, Teddy Wright, Academy Park

15-yards, Ryan Plack, Central Bucks East

08-yards, Andrew Wilson, Central Bucks East

08-yards, Nick Suriel, Parkland


Blocked punts for touchdowns

33-yards, Will Roese, Methacton

1-yard, Chris Thompson, Cedar Cliff



Blocked field goals for touchdowns


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10 Responses to “Top Defensive Performers (Sept. 1st – 4th)”

  1. David Mika says:

    D4, I added Bailey to the list. Thanks!

  2. D4 says:

    Bailey cohick from Troy had 16 total tackles in week 2 against muncy

  3. David Mika says:

    Gary. I added Kaden to the list. Thanks!

  4. Gary says:

    Kaden Martell, Canton HS had 17 tackles vs Wyalusing.

  5. David Mika says:

    Brian, I added Gunnar to the list. Thank you!

  6. Brian says:

    Gunnar Rehrig of Marian Catholic had 15 tackles against Jim Thorpe

  7. David Mika says:

    Hi. I will add Cole to the list. Thanks

  8. Ramhead says:

    Cole Veliky, Central Dauphin had 13 tackles against Manheim Twp.

  9. David Mika says:

    John, I added Dylan to the list.

  10. john says:

    dylan wolfgang had 14 tackles against juniata

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