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2017 Week 7 Top Performances: Offense

Written by: on Sunday, October 15th, 2017

 

The Top Offensive Performers

 

 


All-Purpose Yards (400-yards or more)

619 – Ian Haynes, Franklin —-New School Record!

458 – Brady Fyfe, Shade

448 – Matt Miller, Dubois

440 – Dylan Deitrich, Bellefonte

Passing (300-yards or more)

606 – Ian Haynes, Franklin —-school and District 10 record. second most yards thrown in PIAA history

443 – Matt Miller, Dubois

405 – Brady Walker, Gateway  —–Surpassed 2,000 season/6,000 career! Congrats!

391 – Brady Fyfe, Shade

369 – Geno Pellegrini, Charleroi ––Single Game Record! Is the all time Charleroi leader in Passing Yardage for career 3,571 yds. and now has set the school single season yardage record)

367 – Issac Rummery, Clearfield —Single Game Record! Congrats!

303 – Joe Mischler, Cathedral Prep

303 – Seth Cohen, Highlands

Rushing (200-yards or more)

295 – Lionel Deanes, Seton LaSalle

294 – Isaiah Manning, Meadville

289 – Derek Yingling, West Branch

280 – Joey Karoly, Trinity

259 – Dylan Deitrich, Bellefonte

252 – Zach Wiggins, Portage

250 – Braydon Cameron, Mohawk

238 – Aaron Hull, Northwestern

234 – Daunte Martin, Mt. Union

229 – Nasir Singleton, General McLane

223 – Layton Jordan, McKeesport

207 – Gavin Henry, Union City

200 – Melvin Blanks, North Hills

Receiving (150-yards or more)

339 – Brandon Johnson, Franklin —- School Record and District 10 Record
266 – Romello Freeman, Highlands
248 – Dakota Romantino, Charleroi —single game record, Single season yardage record, Career yardage record)
191 – Naquan Brown, Carrick

190 – Courtney Jackson, Gateway

155 – Kyle Hopson, Dubois

Receptions (10 or more)

11 – Garrett Fairman, TJ

10 – Brandon Johnson, Franklin

10 – Dawson Snyder, Shade

Team Rushing (400-yards or more)

658 – Union city

471 – Portage

469 – Northwestern

Touchdowns (4 or more)

8 – Ian Haynes, Franklin —–school record for career passing touchdowns 38, school record for the most passing yards in a season with 2293 yards.

7 – Brady Fyfe, Shade

6 – Brady Walker, Gateway

6 – Geno Pellegrini, Charleroi —school record TD passes in a game, also set the single season TD passing record with 18

6 – Matt Miller, Dubois

6 – Zack Wiggins, Portage

5 – Brandon Johnson, Franklin —-5 receiving TD’s Breaks school record

5 – Derek Yingling, West Branch

5 – Josh Young, Shenango

5 – Killian Cooper, Northwestern

4 – Bailey Kersnick, Conneaut

4 – Brenden Robinson, St. Joseph’s Academy

4 – Damon Smith, South Park

4 – Davis Kline, Bedford

4 – Drew Saxton, South Fayette

4 – Isaiah Manning, Meadville

4 – Joe Mischler, Cathedral Prep

4 – Melvin Blanks, North Hills

4 – Ryhan Culberson, Fort Cherry

4 – Stone Smith, Punxsutawney

4 – Tarrell Clark, Ioquois

Pancake Blocks (5 or more)

8 – Zak Bauer, Clarion

7 – Colton Kisner, Charleroi

EXTRA:

-Franklin’s Ian to Brandon for 99 yards breaks school record, ties District 10, PIAA, and the National High School record.
-Huntingdon’s Jonathan Price broke the both the school’s career receptions and receiving yardage records, Ian Border went over 1,000 yards rushing, Andrew Hudy went over 1,000 yards passing.
-Brenden Makray threw for 261 yards and three touchdowns while becoming the all-time leading passer in Clarion-Limestone single-season history, 2,046 yards (D9sports.com)
-With 148 yards receiving Friday, Mt. Lebo’s Aidan Cain broke the WPIAL record, henow has 1,343 yards
-Shady Side QB Skyy Moore now has over 1,000 yards rushing and passing.
 -For the first time in 24 years, West Greene is going to the playoffs!

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4 Responses to “2017 Week 7 Top Performances: Offense”

  1. Jim Kleiner says:

    Dylan Schley-Mercyhurst Prep 6 pancake blocks

  2. Mike S says:

    Bailey Kersnick of Conneaut Area Senior high had 4 TD’s versus Warren High School.

  3. Nick Militzer says:

    Hi,

    Geno is the all time career leader in passing yards at Charleroi. It says “not”. I think it’s just a typo.

    Thanks,

    Nick

  4. Isaac rumery says:

    Hey 367 is our school record too, our school record was 358