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Lane Lehman, Pine Grove, jr., RB/LB: Lehman made his presence felt in Pine Grove’s season finale, rushing 19 times for 101 yards and a pair of touchdowns as the Cardinals finished with a 14-6 victory over Marian Catholic. Lehman’s scores came from 1 and 4 yards out as Dave Shiffer’s squad opened a 14-0 lead in the third quarter.
Alex Achenbach, Williams Valley, jr., RB/DB: Achenbach was mighty active as Williams Valley claimed the Colonial-Schuylkill League’s Blue Division crown with a 21-14 victory at neighboring Tri-Valley. Achenbach rushed 29 times for 154 yards and one score, cashing in from 18 yards out as Tim Savage’s Vikings won their fifth straight game. Achenbach also caught two passes for 71 yards, including a 64-yard reception for the Vikes’ initial score.
Luke Stevenosky, Minersville, jr.,RB: Stevenosky carved up Navity BVM like they were a Thanksgiving Turkey. It took the junior just 17 carries to log 221 stripes–a 13 yard-per-carry average. He also hit the crib three times. Not too shabby.
Brady Evans, Williams Valley, sr., WR/DB; Evans also played well in a big game, catching three passes for 41 yards and one touchdown. The 6-4 wideout also recorded one of Williams Valley’s four interceptions as the Vikings frustrated Tri-Valley QB Kole Miller.
Danny Darno, Notre Dame-Green Pond, jr., QB: Darno ended the regular season by picking apart Wilson Area. The junior completed 90 percent of his passes–a tiddy 9-of-10 passing for 203 yards and four scores. He chipped in another 31 stripes on the ground and rushed for another score for good measure.
Kameron Wetzel, Tri-Valley, sr., RB/DB: Wetzel returned to the Tri-Valley lineup for the Bulldogs’ dustup with Williams Valley, a game that would decide the Colonial-Schuylkill’s Blue Division champ. Wetzel rushed 14 times for 55 yards, but he scored on runs of 34 and 9 yards to keep the Bulldogs embroiled in a tight contest. Wetzel also caught one pass for 10 yards and totaled seven tackles from his spot in the secondary.