15 November 2018
By 4th Down Staff:
Dalton Leedy accounted for four touchdowns, led Tri-Valley to a District 11 Class 1A title and is now the 4th Down Magazine Player of the Week.
It was a big weekend for the quarterback, who earned 53 percent of the vote, helped the Bulldogs avenge a regular-season loss to Williams Valley in the district championship, winning 28-21 to enter T-V into this week's PIAA tournament.
The senior threw for 199 yards on 9-of-19 passing, then added 22 carries for 118 stripes. His TD tosses were from 62 and 38 yards, and he trotted in from 8 and 65 yards. He also averaged 33.5 on four punts.
Leedy has thrown for 1,549 yards so far this season with 13 TD passes on 99-of-216 passing. His 118 rushing yards is a season high, pushing him to 335 stripes and eight 10 scores.
He picked up 769 of the 1,451 total votes cast. He easily beat out Middletown's Jose Lopez (13.9 percent) and third-place State College's Isaiah Edwards (7.8).
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