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By JOHN WALK
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Spring Grove and West York are still about a month away — if not two — from naming their next head football coaches.

Reached by phone Monday afternoon, Spring Grove athletic director Scott Govern and West York athletic director Roger Czerwinski provided similar answers regarding how their coaching searches are going.

Each has received more than a dozen applications for the vacancies. Neither school has yet to figure out which applicants will be selected for interviews. Govern and Czerwinski each would like to have a new head coach in place by next month.

At West York, high school principal Janet May and Czerwinski will ultimately be the people responsible for picking which applicants to interview. Czerwinski declined to say the qualities he’s looking for in the next Bulldogs’ head coach. Govern, however, provided a tad more insight.

“People with previous head coaching experience is always a plus,” Govern said. “But there might be someone who jumps out who is a coordinator. Maybe someone who played college football and has some coaching experience as well.”

Govern also said it might be difficult for an applicant who currently works outside of the school district, but who would prefer to work in the district, along with being the football coach.

“You only have so many positions in the district,” Govern said. “We’re not going to create a teaching position for a coach.”

That wasn’t an issue for Spring Grove’s last head coach, Russ Stoner, who works full time running a pair of different businesses. Stoner resigned following the completion of the 2014 campaign during which the Rockets went 3-7 overall and 1-6 in York-Adams League Division I play. Stoner, who lives in the West York Area School District, cited travel to Spring Grove and family as reasons he stepped down. In four years at the helm, Stoner’s teams went a combined 18-25 overall and 7-15 in league competition. Stoner had followed Gregg Trone, who retired following 20 seasons as the Spring Grove coach, compiling a 91-114 record.

It’ll be a bit daunting for whoever is selected to fill the West York vacancy left by Ron Miller, who built the Bulldogs into a District 3-AAA powerhouse. Miller compiled a 86-25 overall record in nine years at West York, including a 47-4 league mark. He steered the Bulldogs to seven York-Adams Division II titles and seven appearances in the District 3-AAA playoffs, where the Bulldogs reached the semifinals four times (2008, 2009, 2011, 2012), the title game twice (2008, 2012) and won it once (2008). This past season, a senior-laden West York squad went undefeated in Division II and reached the district quarterfinals, finishing 10-2. Miller, who works full time as the dean of students at West York, said he resigned as the Bulldogs’ football coach in order to spend more time with his family and free up time to work toward a principal certification.

It’ll be a first for both Govern and Czerwinski to hire head varsity football coaches at the their current schools. Govern was hired by Spring Grove in the summer of 2012, but does have previous experience hiring football coaches from his 12 years as the athletic director at Boiling Springs. Czerwinski became the West York athletic director just a few months after Miller was hired as the football coach back in 2006.

“In a perfect situation we’d like to be able to approve someone in January,” Czerwinski said of the West York opening. “At latest, February.”

— Reach John Walk at jwalk@yorkdispatch.com.

By JOHN WALK
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West York quarterback Ross Campbell earned York-Adams League Division II Player of the Year honors this season after rushing for 1,289 yards, passing for

West York quarterback Ross Campbell earned York-Adams League Division II Player of the Year honors this season after rushing for 1,289 yards, passing for 1,516 yards and accounting for 37 total touchdowns. (YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO)
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In the second quarter of the District 3-A title game at Hersheypark Stadium last Saturday, York Catholic nursed a 35-28 lead as Camp Hill was driving with time winding down before halftime.

Camp Hill quarterback Michael Shuster took the snap out of the shotgun, back-pedaled a couple of steps and fired a pass to his left into the hands of standout wide receiver Michael Hope.

Hope caught the ball near the sideline and shrugged off defensive back Jakkar Kinard by spinning inside. Two steps later, Hope’s chin met the left shoulder pad of Kinard’s older brother, Hakeem, popping Hope’s helmet up in the air and launching Hope onto his back out of bounds. The hit sent the York Catholic fans into a frenzy.

Dallastown running back Addison Quinones was also a force on defense for the Wildcats en route to winning York-Adams League Division I Player of the Year

Dallastown running back Addison Quinones was also a force on defense for the Wildcats en route to winning York-Adams League Division I Player of the Year honors. He rushed for 1,111 yards and also had 96 tackles. (YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO)
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It may be a bit odd to hear of this. After all, Hakeem Kinard is more known for dual-threat abilities as the Irish quarterback. But the two-way starter played an important role on the defensive side, too, as York Catholic’s free safety. His efforts made it an easy choice for York-Adams Division III coaches to select Kinard as this year’s Division III Player of the Year.

Kinard played a large factor in the Irish going 8-4 this season, finishing as the Division III runner-up and making it back to the District 3-A title game for the second year in a row, where York Catholic lost in the highest-scoring playoff game in District 3 history, 63-49. Like he has all year, Kinard once again put up video-game numbers, throwing for 329 yards, running for 96 yards and accounting for six total touchdowns.

“I don’t want to say I expected it because that would be kind of cocky,” Kinard had said in an interview earlier this season when asked about his eye-popping statistics. “I expected to do whatever I needed to do to help the team win. If that means going out every week and busting up the stats, then that’s what it is.”

York Catholic quarterback Hakeem Kinard was named York-Adams League Division III Player of the Year after passing for 1,935 yards, running for 1,544 yards

York Catholic quarterback Hakeem Kinard was named York-Adams League Division III Player of the Year after passing for 1,935 yards, running for 1,544 yards and accounting for 37 total touchdowns. (YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO)
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Dallastown senior running back and safety Addison Quinones (1,111 rushing yards, 194 receiving yards, 14 touchdowns; 96 tackles, three interceptions, five forced fumbles, one fumble recovery) earned Player of the Year honors in Division I. The Wildcats won the Division I title with a 7-0 league mark and reached the District 3-AAAA playoffs, losing in the opening round to finish 9-2 overall.

“Him (Quinones) and Justin Tindull really stepped up to be the leaders of this team,” Dallastown coach Kevin Myers said earlier this month when asked about Quinones. “It’s not just what he does off the field, it’s what he does in that locker room. He was a scrawny kid in ninth grade. If you would look at him from ninth grade to now, you’d see the work he’s put in.”

West York’s Ron Miller was named the York-Adams Division II Coach of the Year after leading the Bulldogs to the division title and a 10-2 overall

West York’s Ron Miller was named the York-Adams Division II Coach of the Year after leading the Bulldogs to the division title and a 10-2 overall record. He announced his resignation earlier this week. (YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO)
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Coaches in Division II tabbed West York senior quarterback Ross Campbell (1,435 rushing yards, 1,630 passing yards, 39 total touchdowns) as the Player of the Year. Campbell steered the Bulldogs to the Division II title with a 7-0 league record and helped West York reach the District 3-AAA quarterfinals, finishing with a 10-2 overall record.

“Ross is the first freshman I ever brought up. I’ve had him for four years,” Ron Miller said earlier this season when asked about Campbell.

Miller stepped down as the West York coach earlier this week following nine years at the helm.

Dallastown’s Kevin Myers guided the Wildcats to a 9-2 season in 2014, including the York-Adams Division I championship. He was selected the

Dallastown’s Kevin Myers guided the Wildcats to a 9-2 season in 2014, including the York-Adams Division I championship. He was selected the division’s coach of the year. (YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO)
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“To watch how he (Campbell) has matured socially and mentally … his football IQ, his talent. He (Ross) had some mechanical issues (early on his high school career). He’s really tightened things up,” Miller had said. “His command of the offense … he was there with (former West York QBs) Kaden Hepler and Brandon Kinneman. All the meetings that kid has sat through, offseason stuff has paid off.”

Here’s the full list of York-Adams League all-stars, with stats provided for first-team selections (defensive stats were unavailable for Gettysburg, York Catholic and Dover players):

Division I:

Player of the Year: RB-DB Addison Quinones, Dallastown, sr. (1,111 rushing yards, 194 receiving yards, 14 touchdowns; 96 tackles, three interceptions, five forced fumbles, one fumble recovery).

Co-Coaches of the Year: Kevin Myers, Dallastown and Jesse Shay, Red Lion.

First team offense:

Quarterback: Brock Geiman, South Western, jr. (1,508 passing yards, 128 rushing yards, 14 passing touchdowns, four rushing touchdowns).

Running backs: Addison Quinones, Dallastown, sr. (1,111 rushing yards, 194 receiving yards, 14 touchdowns); Antwan Jackson, Red Lion, sr. (736 rushing yards, six touchdowns); Shay Feulmer, Spring Grove, sr. (988 rushing yards, 215 receiving yards, 15 touchdowns); Terrance Carter, Central York, sr. (835 rushing yards, 436 receiving yards, 16 touchdowns).

Receivers: Sae’Quan Whitaker, York High, sr. (424 receiving yards, four touchdowns); Logan Hall, Spring Grove, sr. (419 receiving yards, three touchdowns); Drew Hartlaub, South Western, so. (502 receiving yards, 14 total touchdowns); Noah Staub, South Western, jr. (433 receiving yards, five touchdowns).

Tight end: Owen Ritter, Dallastown, sr. (17 receptions, 387 receiving yards, five touchdowns).

Tackles: Owen Jacobs, Spring Grove, so.; Tray Noye, Dallastown, sr.

Guards: Justin Tindull, Dallastown, sr.; Andrew Lawson, Spring Grove, jr.

Center: Sam Lowe, Red Lion, sr.

Kicker: Andrew Luckenbaugh, Spring Grove, jr. (34 extra-point kicks, six field goals).

Second-team offense: QB James Way, YH, sr.; RB Bryshon Sweeney, YH, sr.; RB Pearson Hinkle, CY, sr.; Drew Hartlaub, SW, so.; RB Kody Reeser, NE, jr.; WR David Ankney, NE, jr.; WR Jake Jansen, Dt, jr.; WR Kendrick Boyd-Gillespie, RL, jr.; WR Jeremiah Dadeboe, CY, sr.; TE Robert Romey, CY, sr.; T Matt Helwig, SW, sr.; T Nick Argento, RL, so.; G Peyton Wolgamuth, NE, sr.; G Max Lippy, NO, sr.; C Ziba Topper, SG, sr.; K Mac Curran, Dt, sr.

First-team defense:

Ends: Kristoffer Phennicie, Dallastown, sr. (39 tackles, 11 sacks, one fumble recovery); Tate Lau, Northeastern, jr. (55 tackles, four sacks, three forced fumbles, five fumble recoveries).

Tackles: Justin Tindull, Dallastown, sr. (51 tackles, seven sacks); Nick Argento, Red Lion, so. (79 tackles, 4.5 sacks, one forced fumble), Jake Whitfield, York High, sr. (33 tackles, two sacks, one forced fumble).

Outside linebackers: Antwan Jackson, Red Lion, sr. (113 tackles, five sacks); Ryan Krebs, South Western, sr. (70 tackles, six interceptions, one forced fumble).

Inside linebackers: Zack Stauffer, Spring Grove, sr. (105 tackles, three sacks, two fumble recoveries); Lasmir Mitchell, York High, sr. (101 tackles, two sacks, one forced fumble).

Defensive backs: Ian Slaven, Spring Grove, jr. (38 tackles, one forced fumble, six pass deflections); Nate Orji, Red Lion, sr. (38 tackles, two interceptions); Bryshon Sweeney, York High, sr. (53 tackles, one interception); Addison Quinones, Dallastown, sr. (96 tackles, three interceptions, five forced fumbles, one fumble recovery).

Punter: Jacob Garrity, Dallastown, jr. (16 punts for 652 yards, 40.8 average, one 68-yard punt).

Specialists: Bryshon Sweeney, York High, sr. (53 tackles, one interception, three pass deflections); Keegan Romanoff, New Oxford, sr. (22 kickoff returns for 680 yards for 30.9 average, one 99-yard kick return).

Second-team defense: DE Seth Janney, SW, so.; Sam Lowe, RL, sr.; DT Jordan Burns, Dt, jr.; DT Andrew Lawson, SG, jr.; Jordan Farmer, NE, sr.; OLB Nick Erickson, SG, jr.; OLB William Reilly, Dt, jr.; ILB Tyler Jachelski, SW, sr.; ILB Stone Hill, RL, jr.; DB Kendrick Boyd-Gillespie, RL, jr.; DB Daulton Snyder, NO, sr.; DB Hunter Palmer, SW, sr.; DB Jeremiah Dadeboe, CY, sr.; P Brock Geiman, SW, jr.; Sp Drew Hartlaub, SW, so.

Division II

Player of the Year: QB Ross Campbell, West York, sr. (1,435 rushing yards, 1,630 passing yards, 39 total touchdowns).

Coach of the Year: Ron Miller, West York.

First-team offense:

Quarterback: Ross Campbell, WY, sr (1,435 rushing yards, 1,630 passing yards, 39 total touchdowns)

Running backs: Durran Ledbetter, Dover, jr. (691 rushing yards, eight touchdowns); Lucas Barshinger, Eastern York, sr. (987 rushing yards, 20 touchdowns); Lane Sherman, Gettysburg, sr. (757 rushing yards, 140 receiving yards, 13 touchdowns).

Receivers: Diego Torres, West York, sr. (797 receiving yards, nine touchdowns); Collin Mailman, York Suburban, jr. (976 receiving yards, eight touchdowns); Tyler Lampe, Gettysburg, sr. (365 receiving yards, 268 rushing yards, six touchdowns); Kyle Woolridge, Kennard-Dale, jr. (295 receiving yards, three touchdowns).

Tight end: Ian Lichty, West York, sr. (108 receiving yards, one touchdown).

Tackles: Giovani Almanza-Alvarado, Gettysburg, sr.; Levi Murphy, Dover, sr.

Guards: Nick Kniery, West York, sr.; Garret Ishman, Eastern York, sr.

Center: Logan Stover, West York, sr.

Kicker: Michael Heeschen, Gettysburg, sr. (45 extra-point kicks, four field goals).

Second-team offense: QB Thomas Merkle, YS, jr.; RB Keegan Corwell, EY, so.; RB Cadence Thomas, WY, so.; RB Liam McWilliams, YS, sr.; WR Kobe Wansel, G, sr.; WR Dorian Faster, S, jr.; TE Jordan Turner, G, sr.; T Hunter Mummert, WY, sr.; T Wyatt Smith, EY, so.; G Micah Sunholm, G, sr.; G Tyler Jacobson, D, sr.; C Sam Fetter, G, sr.; C Lee Dice, EY, sr.; K Damian McKinsey, EY, sr.

Honorable mention offense: QB Jake Myers, G, sr.; QB Josh Stoneberg, S, jr., RB Tyrel Jones, Dover, sr.; RB Wade Laudeman, G, sr.; RB Mitchell Hoffman, G, sr.; WR Terry Cains, WY, jr.; WR Jimmy Daglaris, YS, sr.; WR Michael Ingalsbe, G, sr.; TE Kevin Moats, YS, sr.; T Quincy Noland, KD, jr.; T William Peters, YS, sr.; T Alex Wiencek, Susquehannock, so.; G R.J. Myers, Susquehannock, jr.; G Jonathan McKenna, G, jr.; C Matt Farr, Dover, jr.; K Brett Strickler, WY, sr.

First-team defense:

Tackles: Nick Kniery, West York, sr. (51 tackles, seven sacks, one fumble recovery); Mitchell Hoffman, Gettysburg, sr.

Ends: Shawn Orchard, Dover, sr.; Giovani Almanza-Alvarado, Gettysburg, sr.; Mike Messersmith, West York, so. (46 tackles, two sacks, two fumble recoveries).

Outside linebackers: Noah Townsley, West York, sr. (62 tackles, two sacks, three interceptions, one fumble recovery); Wade Laudeman, Gettysburg, sr.

Inside linebackers: Lucas Barshinger, Eastern York, sr. (86 tackles, two interceptions, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries); Sawyer Robinson, York Suburban, sr. (85 tackles, two sacks, one interception, one fumble recovery); Garrett Stauffer, West York, sr. (62 tackles, two interceptions, one fumble recovery).

Defensive backs: Austin Jenkins, Kennard-Dale, jr. (24 tackles, two interceptions); Dalton Lyons, Gettysburg, sr.; Dustin Knaub, York Suburban, jr. (64 tackles, two interceptions); Brett Kinneman, WY, sr.; P Kyle Woolridge, Kennard-Dale, jr. (65 punts for 2,122 yards, 32.6 average, one 50-yard punt).

Second-team defense: DT Garret Ishman, EY, sr.; DT Tyler Jacobson, Dover, sr.; DT Alex Wiencek, S, so.; DE Dylan Bitonti, EY, sr.; DE Malik Allen, D, sr.; OLB Nathan Sharrah, G, sr.; OLB David Cassel, EY, sr.; ILB Ray Wenger, Susquehannock, sr.; ILB Sam Fetter, G, sr.; ILB Durran Ledbetter, D, jr.; ILB Derek Brenneman, D, jr.; DB Gavin Toomey, WY, sr.; DB Ryan Kalke, EY, jr.; DB Damian McKinsey, EY, sr.; DB John Sterner, Dover, sr.; P Tyler Jacobson, Dover, sr.; Michael Heeschen, G, sr.

Honorable mention defense: DT Wyatt Smith, EY, so.; DT R.J. Myers, S, jr.; DT Jonathan McKenna, G, sr.; DT Micah Sunholm, G, sr.; DE Chet Brockett, G, jr.; OLB Tyler Buckley, S, sr.; ILB Tyler Wilt, G, jr.; ILB Jake Sharrah, G, sr.; ILB Ryan Narber, WY, jr.; ILB Chase Carlile, KD, jr.; DB Nick Workinger, G, sr.; DB Tyler Lampe, G, sr.; DB Lane Sherman, G, sr.; DB Sawyer Richardson, EY, jr.; DB Dorian Faster, S, jr.; P Jake Kessler, EY, sr.

Division III

Player of the Year: QB-CB Hakeem Kinard, York Catholic, sr. (Offense: 1,935 passing yards, 1,544 rushing yards, 37 total touchdowns).

Coach of the Year: Jon DeFoe, Bermudian Springs.

First-team offense:

Quarterback: Ryan Markle, Bermudian Springs, sr. (1,055 passing yards, 178 rushing yards, 14 total touchdowns).

Running back: Briton Shelton, Bermudian Springs, sr. (1,234 rushing yards, 229 receiving yards, 14 touchdowns).

Fullback: Colton Dull, Bermudian Springs, sr. (1,438 rushing yards, 23 touchdowns).

Wide receivers: Qua’Shawn Grooms, York Catholic, sr. (683 receiving yards, seven touchdowns); Dylan Krieger, Hanover, sr. (1,279 receiving yards, nine touchdowns); Lucas Reynolds, Littlestown, sr. (637 rushing yards, 446 receiving yards, seven touchdowns).

Tight end: Antijuan Washington, Fairfield, jr. (392 receiving yards, four touchdowns).

Tackles: Noah Hakes, Bermudian Springs, sr; Victor Lopez, Biglerville, jr.

Guards: Sam McCollum, Bermudian Springs, sr.; Garrett Reichart, Hanover, sr.

Center: Silas Hall, Bermudian Springs, sr.

Kicker: Jorden Trostel, Biglerville, sr. (42 kickoffs for 1,630 yards, 38.8 average, one 68-yard punt, four touchbacks).

Second-team offense: QB Mason Flickinger, F, sr.; RB Scott Cooper, Big, jr.; RB Jake Kadis, DC, sr.; FB Zach Brown, Lt, sr.; WR Wyatt Gearheart, BS, sr.; WR Alex Irwin, F, sr.; TE Justin Gobrecht, DC, sr.; T Devin Faisal, H, sr.; T Conor Scherle, F, sr.; G Ryan Hovis, F, sr.; G Nate Mentzer, Big, sr.; C Jimmy O’Boyle DC, sr.; K Luke Brennan, YC, jr.

Honorable mention offense: QB Kyle Krout, H, jr.; QB Brian Shermeyer, DC, so.; RB Greg Bennett, YC, sr.; RB Jack Burnside, YC, sr.; FB Alex Little, DC, sr.; FB Colton Sentz, Big, jr.; WR Joe Bauhof, YC, jr.; TE Luke Brennan, YC, jr.; T Dustyn Lauver, BS, sr.; T Michael Sterling, YC, sr.; G Ryan Ratchford, YC, jr.; C Joe Heldrich, YC, jr.; Juan Martinez, Big, sr.; K Connor Zahm, BS, jr.

First-team defense:

Tackles: Noah Hakes, Bermudian Springs, sr. (58 tackles, four sacks, one forced fumble); Zach Macleod, Littlestown, sr. (76 tackles).

Ends: Justin Gobrecht, Delone Catholic, sr. (60 tackles, seven sacks, one fumble recovery); Cody Rowland, Bermudian Springs, sr. (52 tackles, nine sacks, one forced fumble).

Inside linebackers: Qua’Shawn Grooms, YC, sr.; Brennan Waltermyer, Bermudian Springs, sr. (47 tackles, one sack, three interceptions).

Cornerbacks: Greg Bennett, York Catholic, sr.; Wyatt Gearhart, Bermudian Springs, sr. (26 tackles, five interceptions, one fumble recovery).

Safeties: Ryan Markle, Bermudian Springs, sr. (41 tackles, nine interceptions); Mason Flickinger, Fairfield, sr. (75 tackles, three forced fumbles, four interceptions with three returned for touchdowns).

Punter: Connor Zahm, Bermudian Springs, sr. (12 punts for 526 yards, 43.8 average, four touchbacks).

Specialists: Wesley Storey, Littlestown, so. (five kickoff returns for 239 yards, one 91-yard return); Jibri Bones, YT, so. (played four defensive positions, tallying 63 tackles, two sacks, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries).

Second-team defense: DT Nate Mentzer, Big, sr.; DT Tom Shultz, F, jr.; DE Isaiah Colon, YT, so.; DE Brandon Hummell, F, sr.; ILB Chase Kint, DC, jr.; ILB Garrett Reichart, H, sr.; ILB Dan Yokemick, YC, so.; OLB Nashid Bones, YT, sr.; OLB Ben Hurda, Big, jr.; CB Scott Cooper, Big, jr.; CB Aaron Moore, F, jr.; S Tyler Loucks, DC, sr.; S Brady Mentzer, Big, sr.; P Jordan Trostel, Big, sr.; Sp Jakkar Kinard, YC, so.

Honorable mention defense: DT Luke Brennan, YC, jr.; DE Joe Heldrich, YC, jr.; DE Sam McCollum, BS, sr.; ILB Logan Luckenbaugh, BS, jr.; ILB Brandon Selman, F, sr.; OLB Scott Bartkowiak, YC, sr.; S Mike Quealy, F, sr.; P Luke Brennan, YC, jr.

—Reach John Walk at jwalk@yorkdispatch.com.

By JOHN WALK
505-5406/@yorksportsguy

Ron Miller had a lot of reasons to celebrate during his tenure as the West York High School head football coach. In nine seasons, his teams went 86-25,

Ron Miller had a lot of reasons to celebrate during his tenure as the West York High School head football coach. In nine seasons, his teams went 86-25, including a 47-4 mark in York-Adams League competition. (YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO)
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He had made the decision back in February that the 2014 football season would be it.

In his ninth year at the helm of the West York football program, Ron Miller planned to give it his all for one more campaign as the Bulldogs’ head coach and then call it quits.

“My daughter is 11. It’s been a grind — coaching 111 games in nine years. That’s in addition to all the years I coached college. That’s a tough life on a family, too. It’s just one of those things where it’s kind of been in the back of my mind,” Miller said by phone Monday evening. “We said this would be our last year. Then I had a little heart scare during camp this year. That woke me up. I remember the day they put me on the gurney and in the ambulance on the way to York Hospital. My daughter is crying. I said I couldn’t do this. The demands and stress of running a football program, I don’t have what it takes to deal with it all anymore.”

Miller made his move official Friday when he handed his letter resignation to athletic director Roger Czerwinski.

“Coach and me have been in communication about this for awhile,” Czerwinski said by phone Monday. “The final decision was made after the season. He had to look at the big picture, look at what’s best for his future and his family. He thought now is the best time to walk away.”

Becoming a Bulldog: Miller is married and has a daughter in elementary school in the Northeastern School District. He moved to West York with them from Selinsgrove back in 2006 when he was hired to be the next Bulldogs’ football coach.

Miller compiled a 86-25 overall record in nine years at West York, including a 47-4 mark in York-Adams League competition. In those nine seasons, Miller steered West York to seven Division II titles and seven appearances in the District 3-AAA Tournament, where the Bulldogs reached the semifinals four times (2008, 2009, 2011, 2012), the title game twice (2008, 2012) and won it once (2008).

Cumberland Valley, a Class AAAA powerhouse, offered its head coaching spot to Miller in 2012 after he steered the Bulldogs to the District 3-AAA title game, but Miller instead opted to continue the winning tradition at West York.

“I think one thing I’ll take away from the experience is the very first thing I ever said was it’s impossible to do it all on your own,” Miller said. “The community and the parents bought into it. To watch those parents drive those kids in at 6 in the morning to lift weights before school or bring them in during the summer time at 7 or 8 in the morning, the commitment from the parents is unbelievable. Just that whole thing of we did it together. West York is a magical place.”

Miller plans to continue to work full time as the dean of students at West York, a position in which he’s touched the lives of several students over the years, according to Czerwinski.

“For me personally what I’ll remember most is when we won our first state title (in baseball) he was the first one to send a text to congratulate our kids,” said Czerwinski, who is also West York’s baseball coach. “It shows what kind of individual he is. He’s concerned about all of our kids and not just his kids.”

Journey to West York: A 1989 graduate of Mount Carmel High, Miller had an outstanding playing career at Susquehanna University, during which he earned NCAA Division III All-America honors at guard, according to York Dispatch archives. Miller graduated from Susquehanna in 1993 with a political science degree.

He then spent the next 12 years as a college assistant coach, with stops at Wagner (N.Y.), Emporia State (Kan.) and Wilkes before returning to coach at his alma mater, Susquehanna University, where he stayed for seven seasons before taking the West York job.

“When I first started (coaching) my goal was to coach in front of 100,000 people,” Miller said. “It’s a tough profession to get into. You don’t make any money at the beginning. At 23 years old, being offensive coordinator, I started to get an itch to be a head coach. Things didn’t work out the way I thought they would at Susquehanna. The stars were just aligned perfectly at West York. A perfect place for me at a perfect time. It’s become home for us. I think we’ve created a heck of a program. That was the goal.”

Miller originally took over the West York gig in place of Terry Bupp, who resigned following 24 seasons as the head man for the Bulldogs. Bupp’s teams posted winning records in league competition in 18 of those 24 seasons, eight times winning a Division II title.

The search: Czerwinski said he will begin the search for the next West York football coach beginning Dec. 2.

“We’ll sit down next Tuesday and decide on what we’re looking for and then open up the search and we’ll leave it open. Our procedure is to find candidates over those next two to three weeks. When we get back (from holiday break) we’ll start interviewing again.”

Miller, meanwhile, will continue helping students at the high school while also working toward a principal certification, which he hopes will eventually lead to an assistant principal position in the future.

Would he ever think about getting back into coaching down the road?

“I said in 2012 that I’m proud to be a Bulldog and I’m gonna end my coaching career as a Bulldog,” Miller said. “Now, I don’t wanna say if 10 years from now if my daughter’s in college and something opened up I’m gonna be 44 next week. That’s a long time to be in the game. It’s time to get out.”

— Reach John Walk at jwalk@yorkdispatch.com.

By JOHN WALK, 505-5406/@YorkSportsGuy
York Catholic wide receiver and outside linebacker Qua’Shawn Grooms is tended to by the team trainer Saturday during the District 3-A championship

York Catholic wide receiver and outside linebacker Qua’Shawn Grooms is tended to by the team trainer Saturday during the District 3-A championship game at Hersheypark Stadium. (Bil Bowden photo, The York Dispatch)
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York Catholic senior wide receiver Qua’Shawn Grooms had been throwing up at halftime of Saturday’s District 3-A championship game against Camp Hill. Irish quarterback Hakeem Kinard needed to be helped off the field by the team trainer in the second half when his left calf cramped up. Camp HIll quarterback Michael Schuster went down with a cramp at one point in the second half as well.

All players ultimately returned to the field to finish out the high-scoring affair. So high-scoring, in fact, the combined 112 points set a new District 3 playoff record, with Camp HIll’s 63 points the most scored in a District 3-A contest and York Catholic’s 49 points the most scored by the losing side in a District 3-A playoff game. With so much scoring, so many big plays, and the small rosters on both sides causing most starters to go both ways, it’s no wonder players were exhausted before the clock even hit zeroes.

Really, Saturday’s matchup (to check out the full game story, stats and video highlights, click here) had everything except defense in the first half (halftime score: 35-35) and a dramatic finish in the second half, as Camp Hill pulled away down the stretch to win the program’s seventh District 3 title, leaving the Irish on the doorstep of district gold for the second year in a row.

This is just one moment burned into my memory bank from this past high school football season, one filled with many unforgettable moments. With the football season officially over for York-Adams League teams, what better time than now to reflect a bit on these last 13 weeks?

Everyone will remember the 2014 campaign differently, of course. And it would be unfair of me to attempt to recap every notable occurrence for each of the 23 football teams in the York-Adams League because, frankly, I’d likely end up accidentally leaving out someone or something along the way. So, in addition to York Catholic’s run to the district title game, here are other moments I’ll personally remember from the 2014 season

West York head coach Ron Miller celebrates winning the Bulldogs winning the York-Adams Division II title at Gettysburg in Week 10.

West York head coach Ron Miller celebrates winning the Bulldogs winning the York-Adams Division II title at Gettysburg in Week 10. (John A. Pavoncello file photo – jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)
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EARNING THEIR STRIPES: Dallastown had the slugfest victory at West York in Week 2 (Final score: 21-20), came back from a 21-0 deficit to beatvisiting South Western in Week 7 (28-27) and hung on at Red Lion to win the York-Adams Division I crown in Week 10 (20-15). It’s fair to say the Wildcats earned every bit of those nine wins in the regular season.

TURNAROUNDS: Central York started slow (0-3), got hot in the middle of the year (winning four in a row) then ran into Red Lion and Dallastown in two of the final three weeks of the regular season to end the year with a 5-5 overall record and miss the postseason by one spot, finishing at No. 17 in the final District 3-AAAA power rankings (the top-16 make it).

Right behind them were the Mustangs of South Western, who began the year 1-4 but finished with a 5-5 overall record, including a 5-2 mark in league competition. The two league losses were an overtime defeat at Central and a one-point setback at Dallastown, where the Mustangs scored the final touchdown with 1:35 to play, only to have the ensuing game-tying extra-point kick blocked. Maybe if a couple plays here and there would’ve went their way, the Mustangs would’ve had no trouble getting into districts. I know you could probably say that about a lot of teams, but it would’ve been interesting to see how South Western would’ve done with its high-powered offense and a defense that seemed to improve the second half of the year.

BECOME A RIVALRY?: Perhaps it was because they were squaring off in the regular season finale for the Division II title, or maybe it was because West York was avenging the 2007 loss to Gettysburg in the District 3-AAA quarterfinals (the last time these two programs had met). Either way, the West York-Gettysburg matchup turned out to be rather chippy, with the teams combining for 200-plus penalty yards, and four of the 16 penalties being for unsportsmanlike conduct. By night’s end, it felt like Dover was no longer the lone rival to West York.

West York quarterback Ross Campbell dives for a touchdown at Gettysburg in the Bulldogs’ Week 10 win over the Warriors.

West York quarterback Ross Campbell dives for a touchdown at Gettysburg in the Bulldogs’ Week 10 win over the Warriors. (John A. Pavoncello file photo – jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)
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Anyway, West York won that game, 49-26, with senior quarterback Ross Campbell scoring three second-half touchdowns. Campbell was understandably emotional afterwards. It was Campbell’s older brother, Blake, who was whistled for a holding call late in the district playoff loss to Gettysburg back in 2007, resulting in a West York (potentially game-winning) touchdown being called back. So little brother, Ross, made good on his promise to fulfill the payback request from big brother, Blake, with his performance at Gettysburg in Week 10.

OFF THE FIELD: For as many memories forged on the field, this season afforded me the opportunity to meet a few inspirational folks off of it, including Campbell’s dad, Steve, who played football for York Catholic in the 1970s. Steve’s father, Bill, won a state championship for the York Catholic boys’ basketball team in 1948 by sinking a 55-foot heave at the buzzer. Bill died when Steve was only 15, a tragedy for any teenager to deal with. Steve has since gone on to become a successful business man and, more importantly, family man to three Campbell boys (Ross the youngest of the bunch).

A day I’ll never forget, though, came on Oct. 10. The night before, I left the office after hearing about how Dallastown intended to honor a student named Tristan Schilling at the game (thanks to York Dispatch education reporter, Nikelle Snader, who learned of this from that night’s Dallastown school board meeting). I awoke early the next morning and contacted longtime Wildcats’ coach Kevin Myers, who told me the pre-game plans had really just come together in the 48 hours. Myers put me in touch with Tristan’s mom, Vicki, who informed me of Tristan’s many health complications and battles to this point in his young life that has left him wheelchair-bound. Tristan, a Dallastown senior who has cerebral palsy, always wanted to score a touchdown. So before that night’s game, Dallastown and South Western lined up near the goalline and Wildcats’ quarterback Cade Gold put the ball in the lap of Tristan, who rolled the rest of the way into the end zone.

Vicki Schilling and Myers had told me earlier in the day about Tristan being known for his sense of humor. He showed it after the game – following Dallastown’s comeback win over South Western – when Myers was done chatting with his players on the field and asked Tristan to say a few words.

“I know you guys think this game was for me,” Tristan said. “But you know what? Every game here has been for me.”

Reach John Walk at jwalk@yorkdispatch.com.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 P-1 P-2 PF PA
York Catholic 17 36 17 29 35 56 41 21 42 26 23 343 214
Opponent 20 0 51 27 19 18 10 42 19 0 8
Ne Sus Bk Cath DC Han Lit Big BS F YT Steel-Hi C Hill

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Rushing
RUSH YDS AVG
Hakeem Kinard 201 1448 7.2
Gregory Bennett 66 341 5.2
Jack Burnside 43 271 6.3
Jakkar Kinard 35 175 5.0
Andrew Polson 8 46 5.8
Sean Lamont 7 37 5.3
Ulysses Smith 1 21 21.0
Qua’Shawn Grooms 4 20 5.0
Brandon Creisher 1 5 5.0
Daniel Yokemick 1 3 3.0
Scott Bartkowiak 1 1 1.0
Luke Brennan 1 0 0.0
Joseph Bauhof 1 -3 -3.0
370 2365 6.4

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Passing
COMP ATT INT TD YDS
Hakeem Kinard 104 210 9 17 1606
Qua’Shawn Grooms 1 1 0 1 5
105 211 9 18 1611

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Receiving
REC YDS AVG
Qua’Shawn Grooms 30 536 17.9
Joseph Bauhof 18 324 18.0
Daniel Yokemick 20 274 13.7
Luke Brennan 18 257 14.3
Scott Bartkowiak 10 158 15.8
Gregory Bennett 4 41 10.3
Jack Burnside 3 10 3.3
Jakkar Kinard 1 6 6.0
Brandon Creisher 1 5 5.0
105 1611 15.3

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Scoring
Name TD EP1 EP2 FG TOTAL
Hakeem Kinard 14 0 0 0 84
Luke Brennan 2 39 1 3 62
Jack Burnside 7 0 0 0 42
Qua’Shawn Grooms 6 0 1 0 38
Daniel Yokemick 6 1 0 0 37
Gregory Bennett 6 0 0 0 36
Joseph Bauhof 4 0 0 0 24
Jakkar Kinard 3 0 0 0 18
Team Safety (York Catholic) 0 0 1 0 2
343

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 P-1 P-2
Total Offense 305 563 171 373 411 318 597 292 362 410 246 4048
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 P-1 P-2
Total Defense 343 112 504 419 337 354 264 447 251 115 172 3318
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 P-1 P-2
Turnovers lost 0 2 2 1 1 3 1 2 1 0 1 14
Turnovers received 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 1 4 12
Plus/Minus -2

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Defense RUSH YDS COMP ATT YDS
Northeastern 54 280 5 9 63
Susquehannock 19 53 10 32 59
Berks Catholic 48 414 7 12 90
Delone Catholic 59 409 2 6 10
Hanover 29 198 13 37 139
Littlestown 53 301 6 17 53
Biglerville 43 220 4 13 44
Bermudian Springs 61 447 0 2 0
Fairfield 32 103 17 37 251
York Tech 29 92 6 15 23
Steel-High 31 106 7 16 66
Camp Hill
Total 458 2623 77 196 798

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By JOHN WALK
505-5406/@yorksportsguy

York Catholic running back/defensive back Greg Bennett takes the ball during practice on Tuesday. Bennett and his Irish teammates take on Camp Hill in the

York Catholic running back/defensive back Greg Bennett takes the ball during practice on Tuesday. Bennett and his Irish teammates take on Camp Hill in the District 3-A title game on Saturday in Hershey. (BIL BOWDEN — For The York Dispatch)

A week ago, the talk among this bunch of York Catholic High School football players was proving the Fighting Irish could stop the run in a District 3-A semifinal against a ground-oriented Steel-High offense.

The Irish, of course, answered the call en route to a 23-8 victory to advance to the district title game for the second year in a row.

Now, the York Catholic defense will have to prove it can stop the pass this Saturday at Hersheypark Stadium in the District 3-A championship game (noon kickoff) against Camp Hill’s third-year starting quarterback Michael Schuster. The junior phenom entered this year having thrown for 3,800 yards the previous two seasons. In 11 games this fall, Schuster has tallied 2,932 passing yards on 63.8 percent passing, throwing 36 touchdown passes to only eight interceptions.

Although No. 2 seed York Catholic (8-3) has only allowed 100-plus passing yards three times this season (to Hanover, Fairfield and Littlestown, all blowout wins by the Irish), it hasn’t encountered anything like top-seeded Camp Hill (9-2).

“A lot of people are saying ‘Camp Hill is bringing something we haven’t really seen. What are you guys gonna do against that?’ Well, we think we’re all right,” York Catholic senior running back/cornerback Greg Bennett said before Wednesday’s practice. “We definitely want to prove that (we can stop the pass).”

It’s a bit surprising to think there are still question marks for a team 13 weeks into a football season. But for this York Catholic defense, do we truly know if it can, indeed, defend the pass? Sure, the Irish have the second-best passing defense in the 23-team York-Adams League this season, holding opponents to 72.5 passing yards a clip. But they’ve mostly faced ground-and-pound offenses. And against the few teams with a strong passing game, York Catholic had no trouble winning.

York Catholic running back Jack Burnside takes the ball during practice on Tuesday. Burnside, who is also a defensive back for the Irish, will try to stop

York Catholic running back Jack Burnside takes the ball during practice on Tuesday. Burnside, who is also a defensive back for the Irish, will try to stop a high-flying Camp Hill passing attack on Saturday. (BIL BOWDEN — For The York Dispatch)

But even those teams usually had a one-sided offense with one star receiver.Camp Hill, meanwhile, has four receivers with at least 20-plus receptions, led by 6-foot, 1-inch senior Michael Hope (67 receptions, 1,176 receiving yards, 17 touchdowns). The remaining cast of receivers includes 5-5 sophomore Bill Williams (31 receptions, 746 receiving yards, 12 TDs), 6-7 freshman Zach Kuntz (35 receptions, 462 receiving yards, 3 TDs) and 5-11 junior Logan Vallati (22 receptions, 372 receiving yards, one TD).

Williams is also Camp Hill’s leading rusher with 1,046 rushing yards and 12 TDs, six times going for 100-plus yards this season. Plus, Schuster is agile and fast enough to run for first downs if no one is open on pass plays.

“What we’ve seen on him is he (Schuster) gets that corner, that edge … that’s something we can’t allow to happen,” York Catholic coach Eric Depew said.

Not unstoppable: Still, this Camp Hill offense can be slowed. Steel-High and Delone Catholic have proven as much. Those are the only two teams to hold Camp Hill under 200 passing yards this season. Camp Hill went 1-1 in those matchups, losing to Steel-High in Week 6, 20-14, and beating Delone in last week’s semifinal, 17-0. The Squires, though, had their top-two running backs — basically their entire offense — out with injuries. So, while the Delone defense showed up, the offense couldn’t generate anything offensively.

That shouldn’t be a problem for York Catholic, with York-Adams Division III Player of the Year Hakeem Kinard (1,448 rushing yards, 1,606 passing yards, 31 total TDs) at QB and a supporting cast of talents, such as wideout Qua’Shawn Grooms (536 receiving yards, six touchdowns). And Camp Hill, which finished runner-up to Milton Hershey in the Mid-Penn Capital Division in the regular season, doesn’t exactly rely on its defense to win. The Lions have given up 20-plus points eight times this year.

Oh, and York Catholic this season owns victories over Delone and Steel-High, the two opponents Camp Hill had trouble with. In addition, the weather forecast in Hershey on Saturday is calling for temperatures around 40 degrees and 5-10 mph winds, something Depew said could be in York Catholic’s favor.

“In this weather, you get into the playoffs it’s more teams that can run the ball. It is gonna be harder to throw when it’s colder, especially if you have wind,” Depew said.

Still, the difference between gold and silver for the Irish this Saturday will likely come down to their secondary.

“I like our secondary. That was our strength going in (to this season),” Depew said. “They’re a senior-oriented group of guys. We just have to be sound in coverage, know where we’re at in certain formations. When that ball is in the air we have got to treat it like it’s ours. Force some turnovers.”

Notes:

Coaching connection: Depew coached under Camp Hill coach Frank Gay at Red Land when Red Land won the District 3-AAA title in 2006. Gay was hired at Camp Hill and Depew at York Catholic the same year (2011) and they faced each other for the first time in the District 3-A semifinals that season, with Camp Hill winning, 27-0.

“Eric won’t let me forget it,” Gay said by phone earlier this week. “He keeps needling me, saying we ran up the score.”

Experienced: That was the last year Camp Hill competed in the district title game until now. As a result, York Catholic senior running back/safety Jack Burnside believes competing in the district title game for the second year in a row will gave the Irish an edge over Camp Hill.

“We got a little more experience from last year, so we know how to handle the hype a little better than they would,” Burnside said. “So that will be an advantage for us.”

District 3 history: Camp Hill last won a district championship in 2004, completing a run of three district titles in four seasons — the Lions beat York Catholic in the 2002 District 3-A championship game, 25-13. Camp Hill has won seven district titles overall stretching back to 1986. York Catholic is 1-4 all-time in the District 3-A title game stretching back to 1982, the only year the Irish won district gold.

“It would mean the world,” Bennett said of possibly winning district gold. “We’ve been wanting that ever since we started playing high school football. That’s the goal every year. Especially after getting a silver medal last year, it’s would mean everything to us getting a gold medal.”

— Reach John Walk at jwalk@yorkdispatch.com.

Rushing
Name RUSH YDS AVG
Hakeem Kinard 184 1349 7.3
Gregory Bennett 55 311 5.7
Jack Burnside 36 246 6.8
Jakkar Kinard 32 171 5.3
Andrew Polson 8 46 5.8
Sean Lamont 7 37 5.3
Qua’Shawn Grooms 3 26 8.7
Ulysses Smith 1 21 21.0
Brandon Creisher 1 5 5.0
Daniel Yokemick 1 3 3.0
Scott Bartkowiak 1 1 1.0
Luke Brennan 1 0 0.0
Joseph Bauhof 1 -3 -3.0
. 331 2213 6.7

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Passing
Name COMP ATT INT TD YDS
Hakeem Kinard 100 199 9 16 1512
Qua’Shawn Grooms 1 1 0 1 5
. 101 200 9 17 1517

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Receiving
Name REC YDS AVG
Qua’Shawn Grooms 28 517 18.5
Joseph Bauhof 17 264 15.5
Daniel Yokemick 19 259 13.6
Luke Brennan 18 257 14.3
Scott Bartkowiak 10 158 15.8
Gregory Bennett 4 41 10.3
Jack Burnside 3 10 3.3
Jakkar Kinard 1 6 6.0
Brandon Creisher 1 5 5.0
. 101 1517 15.0

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Scoring
Name TD EP1 EP2 FG TOTAL
Hakeem Kinard 12 0 0 0 72
Luke Brennan 2 36 1 3 59
Jack Burnside 7 0 0 0 42
Qua’Shawn Grooms 6 0 1 0 38
Daniel Yokemick 6 1 0 0 37
Gregory Bennett 6 0 0 0 36
Joseph Bauhof 3 0 0 0 18
Jakkar Kinard 3 0 0 0 18
. . . . . 320

 

Rushing
Name RUSH YDS AVG
Ross Campbell 145 1289 8.9
Cadence Thomas 90 715 7.9
Garrett Stauffer 73 404 5.5
Noah Bowers 64 332 5.2
Brett Kinneman 30 292 9.7
Rammell Baldwin 33 176 5.3
Jamal Anderson 22 154 7.0
Ryan Narber 14 145 10.4
Nick Spadafora 18 89 4.9
Mike Messersmith 2 23 11.5
Cash Gladfelter 4 18 4.5
Devyn Roehm 2 17 8.5
Owen Richter 3 16 5.3
Allen Stauffer 1 13 13.0
Noah Townsley 4 11 2.8
Anthony Kahley 1 8 8.0
Anton Johnson 5 8 1.6
Terry Cains 1 7 7.0
Tyler Folk 5 6 1.2
Thomas Bentzel 2 2 1.0
Brody Portner 1 -1 -1.0
Team (West York) 3 -6 -2.0
. 523 3718 7.1

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Passing
Name COMP ATT INT TD YDS
Ross Campbell 69 139 6 13 1516
Cash Gladfelter 3 6 0 0 34
. 72 145 6 13 1550

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Receiving
Name REC YDS AVG
Diego Torres 32 797 24.9
Cash Gladfelter 11 234 21.3
Terry Cains 11 192 17.5
Ryan Narber 7 132 18.9
Ian Lichty 4 108 27.0
Noah Bowers 4 36 9.0
Garrett Stauffer 2 29 14.5
Cadence Thomas 1 22 22.0
. 72 1550 21.5

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Scoring
Name TD EP1 EP2 FG TOTAL
Ross Campbell 24 0 4 0 152
Diego Torres 9 0 0 0 54
Brett Strickler 0 49 0 1 52
Garrett Stauffer 7 0 0 0 42
Cadence Thomas 7 0 0 0 42
Brett Kinneman 5 0 0 0 30
Ryan Narber 4 0 0 0 24
Noah Bowers 3 0 0 0 18
Cash Gladfelter 3 0 0 0 18
Jamal Anderson 2 0 0 0 12
Terry Cains 2 0 0 0 12
Rammell Baldwin 2 0 0 0 12
Ian Lichty 1 0 0 0 6
Tyler Folk 1 0 0 0 6
Anton Johnson 1 0 0 0 6
Nick Kniery 1 0 0 0 6
Evan Keim 0 5 0 0 5
Darian McCauley 0 2 0 0 2
. . . . . 499

 

Rushing
Name RUSH YDS AVG
Jake Kadis 118 942 8.0
Alex Little 166 839 5.1
Tavian Dorsey 63 521 8.3
Lucas Shull 19 98 5.2
Sean Sneeringer 14 71 5.1
Logan Panzer 4 40 10.0
Tyler Loucks 7 23 3.3
Zach Hart 5 21 4.2
Alec Maitland 3 5 1.7
David Medcalf 2 5 2.5
Brody Strausbaugh 1 1 1.0
Seth Leonard 1 0 0.0
Andrew Hernandez 1 0 0.0
Jake Wiles 4 -2 -0.5
Ryan Malinowski 1 -3 -3.0
Team (Delone Catholic) 1 -16 -16.0
Brian Shermeyer 18 -36 -2.0
. 428 2509 5.9

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Passing
Name COMP ATT INT TD YDS
Brian Shermeyer 43 85 6 8 753
Jake Wiles 5 10 1 1 96
Jake Kadis 0 2 0 0 0
. 48 97 7 9 849

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Receiving
Name REC YDS AVG
Justin Gobrecht 10 261 26.1
Brandon Zumbrum 14 169 12.1
Tavian Dorsey 6 165 27.5
Larry Lefler 7 119 17.0
Jake Kadis 5 90 18.0
Jacob Smith 2 20 10.0
Tyler Loucks 1 14 14.0
Lucas Shull 3 11 3.7
. 48 849 17.7

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Scoring
Name TD EP1 EP2 FG TOTAL
Jake Kadis 11 0 1 0 68
Tavian Dorsey 7 0 0 0 42
Jay Strickland 0 24 0 4 36
Alex Little 6 0 0 0 36
Justin Gobrecht 3 0 1 0 20
Lucas Shull 3 0 0 0 18
Brandon Zumbrum 2 0 0 0 12
Tyler Loucks 1 0 0 0 6
Jacob Smith 1 0 0 0 6
Jake Wiles 1 0 0 0 6
Logan Panzer 1 0 0 0 6
Sean Sneeringer 1 0 0 0 6
Team (Delone Catholic) 0 0 2 0 4
Larry Lefler 0 0 1 0 2
. . . . . 268
Rushing
Name RUSH YDS AVG
Colton Dull 162 1323 8.2
Briton Shelton 162 1180 7.3
Phoenix Russell 20 234 11.7
Quinton King 19 167 8.8
Ryan Markle 45 156 3.5
Ethan Frank 20 131 6.6
Brenton Krebs 5 59 11.8
Michael Ogle 13 55 4.2
Ben Egenrieder 5 52 10.4
Ashton West 7 37 5.3
Austin Wheeler 7 31 4.4
Jarod Miller 2 10 5.0
Trenton Hull 5 8 1.6
Tristan Hoke 2 2 1.0
Keith Paull 1 2 2.0
Isaiah Fannin 1 2 2.0
Hunter Rang 1 1 1.0
Collin Weigle 4 -4 -1.0
Wyatt Gearhart 1 -6 -6.0
Team (Bermudian Springs) 3 -28 -9.3
. 485 3412 7.0

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Passing
Name COMP ATT INT TD YDS
Ryan Markle 43 92 8 9 949
. 43 92 8 9 949

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Receiving
Name REC YDS AVG
Wyatt Gearhart 9 230 25.6
Briton Shelton 13 221 17.0
Derek Starner 7 160 22.9
Brady Myers 4 137 34.3
Phoenix Russell 6 126 21.0
Colton Dull 4 44 11.0
Michael Ogle 1 31 31.0
. 44 949 21.6

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Scoring
Name TD EP1 EP2 FG TOTAL
Colton Dull 23 0 0 0 138
Briton Shelton 14 0 0 0 84
Connor Zahm 0 54 0 2 60
Wyatt Gearhart 5 0 1 0 32
Ryan Markle 4 0 0 0 24
Phoenix Russell 4 0 0 0 24
Quinton King 3 0 0 0 18
Derek Starner 2 0 0 0 12
Brennan Waltermyer 2 0 0 0 12
Ethan Frank 1 0 0 0 6
Brady Myers 1 0 0 0 6
Brenton Krebs 1 0 0 0 6
Michael Ogle 1 0 0 0 6
Ashton West 1 0 0 0 6
Sam McCollum 1 0 0 0 6
Aaron Becker 0 1 0 0 1
. . . . . 441

 


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