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Week 13: Top Performers (Updated on 11/28)

Written by: on Sunday, November 29th, 2015. Follow David Mika on Twitter.

 

Week 13: Top Offensive Performers

 

All-Purpose Yards (400-yards or more)

 

 

Passing (300-yards or more)

 

 

Rushing (200-yards or more)

346-yards, Evan Culver, Saucon Valley

320-yards, Terrel Brent, Mastbaum

276-yards, Juvon Batts, Selinsgrove

241-yards, Hunter Thomas, Southern Columbia

230-yards, Devon Turner, Northampton

226-yards, Nyfease West, North Penn (1)

209-yards, Michael Jones, Bishop McDevitt

 

 

Receiving (150-yards or more)

158-yards, Destyn Woody, Notre Dame

 

 

Team Rushing (400-yards or more)

450-yards, Mastbaum

 

 

Touchdowns (4 or more)

5 – Bill Williams, Camp Hill

5 – Devante Cross, Parkland

5 – Devon Turner, Northampton

5 – Garrett Murray, Dunmore

5 – Juvon Batts, Selinsgrove

4 – Cristian Burker, Catasauqua

4 – Darryl Davis-McNeil, Abington

4 – Michael Jones, Bishop McDevitt

4 – O’Shaan Allison, Malvern Prep

 

 

 

 

Week 13: Top Defensive Performers

 

Tackles (13 or more)

15 – Christian Carvis, Saucon Valley

 

 

Interceptions (2 or more)

 

 

Fumbles (2 or more)

 

 

Sacks (3 or more)

 

 

Fumble returns for touchdowns

26-yards, Jahan Worth, Parkland

19-yards, Samid Williams, South Philadelphia

9-yards, David Simmons, Easton Area

6-yards, Bill Williams, Camp Hill

4-yards, Andre Witherspoon, Dobbins Vo-Tech

 

 

 

Interception returns for touchdowns

100-yards, Sean Judge, Wyoming Valley West

35-yards, Nahzir Wilson, Northeast

32-yards, Brendan Mozeleski, Old Forge

30-yards, Noel Brouse, Parkland

22-yards, Jack Gaugler, Selinsgrove

 

 

Blocked punts for touchdowns

18-yards, Micah Parsons, Central Dauphin

 

 

Blocked field goals for touchdowns

65-yards, Kier Miner, Cumberland Valley

 

 

 

Week 13: Top Special Teams Performers

 

Kickoff returns for touchdowns

87-yards, Dontae Mason, Bishop McDevitt (12)

86-yards, Dontae Mason, Bishop McDevitt (12)

85-yards, Devon Turner, Northampton

 

 

Punt returns for touchdowns

73-yards, Greg Albertson, Easton Area

 

 

Field Goals (2 or more)

3 – Tim Kenny-Schwartz, Harry S Truman (20, 24, 34)

2 – Derek Adams, Manheim Central (44, 31)

2 – Diego Santiago, Easton Area (29, 27)

 

 

Field Goals (40-yards or more)

44-yards, Derek Adams, Manheim Central

 

 

Punting average (40-yards or more)

 

 

Touchbacks: (3 or more)

 

 

Punts inside the 20: (3 or more)

 

If you have a player that isn’t on the list please email us at Dave@easternpafootball.com

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4 Responses to “Week 13: Top Performers (Updated on 11/28)”

  1. David Mika says:

    McD 65…I added Dontae to the list. Thanks!

  2. McD 65 says:

    Dontae mason McD D-12, returned 2 kickoffs for TDs against marian Catholic one 87 yds ,the other 86 yds.

  3. David Mika says:

    Mike A. I added Kier to the list. Thanks!

  4. Mike A. says:

    “Cumberland Valley’s Kier Miner 65 yard TD after a blocked field goal”

    From PennLive…
    With a trip to the District 3 Class 4A football championship hanging on CD East kicker Sean Orlando’s 21-yard field goal attempt in the waning seconds, Quigley broke through the Panthers’ blocking wall and snuffed out CD East’s bouncing postseason.

    That teammate Kier Miner corralled the loose ball and sprinted 65 yards as time expired was a mere bonus in Cumberland Valley’s incredible 22-14 semifinal triumph at Chapman Memorial Field.



David