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Week 9: Top Defensive Performers (Updated on 11/05)

Written by: on Thursday, November 5th, 2015. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


Tackles (13 or more)

20 – Audley Isaacs, Valley Forge Military Academy

17 – Forrest Rhyne, Waynesboro

17 – Mark Wagner, Anville-Cleona

16 – Austin Hoke, Millersburg

16 – Michael Rosa, Valley Forge Military Academy

16 – Zach Davies, Wyoming Valley West

15 – Tyler Hahn, Wayensboro

14 – Destyn Woody, Notre Dame

14 – Nick Sikora, Salisbury Township

13 – Austin Bittenbender, Upper Perkiomen

13 – Colin Black, Boyertown

13 – Logan Ruppert, Pen Argyl



Interceptions (2 or more)

3 – Alec Huertas, Bethlehem Freedom

2 – Alec Barr, Annville-Cleona

2 – Cameron Tealer, Academy of the New Church

2 – Clarence Buchanan, Academy Park

2 – Sean Judge, Wyoming Valley West

2 – Trevor Grim, Bermudian Springs

2 – Zach Sheeshly, Mifflinburg


Fumbles (2 or more)



Sacks (3 or more)

4 – Brian Sutton, Dieruff

3 – Alex Zimmerman, Blue Mountain

3 – Badih Haddad, Dieruff

3 – Dylan Croissette, Upper Perkiomen



Fumble returns for touchdowns

94-yards, Isheem Young, Imhotep Charter

91-yards, Jelil Norman, Coatesville

76-yards, Nate Rainey, Loyalsock Township

55-yards, Quasim Butcher, Frankford

34-yards, Tanner Gattuso, Dallas

30-yards, Nate Luckey, Wilkes-Barre GAR



Interception returns for touchdowns

102-yards, Wyatt Beddow, Camp Hill

92-yards, Trent Hilkert, Danville

85-yards, Steve Toczylousky, Southern Columbia

83-yards, Elliot Walker, Williamsport

70-yards, Ezra Judge, Northwest Area

55-yards, Alec Barr, Annville-Cleona

55-yards, Jeff Fry, Muncy

51-yards, Tyler Hahn, Wayensboro

41-yards, Christian Roberts, Dallas

40-yards, Mike Waters, Imhotep Charter

40-yards, Ryan Martin, Dallas

35-yards, Tanner Haydt, Lehighton

29-yards, Bobby Wagner, North Schuylkill



Blocked punts for touchdowns

0-yards, Kenny Borrelli, Upper Darby (Jeremy Keita blocked the punt)



Blocked field goals for touchdowns



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3 Responses to “Week 9: Top Defensive Performers (Updated on 11/05)”

  1. David Mika says:

    PubFBfan, I will add him to the list. Thanks!

  2. PubFBfan says:

    Quasim Butcher from frankford had a 55 yard fumble return for a TD in frankford’s win over southern.

  3. Jeff Persa says:

    The Allentown Central Catholic versus Bethlehem Liberty game yielded the Top week-nine offensive performers in passing, rushing, and receiving. I’ll bet that doesn’t happen often .

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