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Week 9: Top Special Teams Performers

Written by: on Saturday, October 26th, 2013. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


Kickoff returns for touchdowns 

Susquehanna Township’s Chris Ciotti, 98-yards

Samuel Fels Jyril Reeder, 94-yards

Downingtown West’s Thomas Mattioni, 86-yards

Wissahickon’s Josh Smith, 84-yards

Lehighton’s Tyler Crum, 80-yards

Whitehall’s Mustafa Mitchell, 77-yards

Roxborough’s Hank Adens, 76-yards

Annville-Cleona’s Quentin Hall, 75-yards

Hershey’s Jailen Harmon, 75-yards

Susquehanna Township’s Lorin Butler, 75-yards

Williams Valley’s Matt Miller, 49-yards


Punt returns for touchdowns

Coatesville’s Daquan Worley, 82-yards

Cheltenham’s Mark Heimann, 65-yards

Bishop McDevitt’s Andre Robinson, 61-yards

Philadelphia Central’s Walter Pegues, 60-yards

Pine Grove’s Mark Weinus, 59-yards

Steelton-Highspire’s Logan Davis, 52-yards

Southern Columbia’s Luke Rarig, 47-yards

Archbishop Wood’s Jake Cooper, 31-yards

Interboro’s Naim Bey, 24-yards


Field Goals (2 or more)

Garden Spot’s Micah Hostetter, 2 (22, 27)


Field Goals (40-yards Minimum)



Punting average (40-yards Minimum)

Honesdale’s Kyle Carney, 50-yards

Palisades Sam O’Brien, 45 yards

LaSalle College HS Matt Raczak, 43 yards

Delaware Valley’s Brendan Paulison, 41.60 yards

Haverford School’s Brendan Burke, 40.5 yards


Touchbacks: (3 Minimum)

Parkland’s Jacob Bissell, 5

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  1. NothinButSports24/7 says:

    Coatesville’s Dequan Worley had an 82 yard punt return for a TD vs WC East