A Hempfield dual-threat, Manheim Central, Manheim Twp. teammates take … – The Patriot
November 10, 2014 - garden totes
Each Monday during a football season, members of a PennLive prep football coverage group will pass out 3 diversion balls to honourable gridiron athletes:
A integrate of teammate tandems done a list this week, as 5 L-L League squads were winning on a initial night of a District 3 playoffs.
Here are my Week 11 game-ball recipients …
Damon Camacho, RB, and Justin Moreno, RB-LB, Manheim Central — Barons’ backfield combo ran furious in Manheim Central’s rip-roaring 72-24 home win over Garden Spot.
Running behind a beefy, desirous O-line, Camacho, a L-L’s regular-season rushing champ, carried 26 times for 241 yards and a span of touchdowns.
- READ: Bullish Barons’ descent line has been pivotal to Manheim Central’s successful season (Reinhart, PennLive)
Camacho is adult to a league-leading 1,526 yards and 17 TD runs.
Meanwhile, Moreno, behind after blank a good cube of a unchanging deteriorate with an injury, plowed his approach to 91 yards on 13 carries, and he scored a Manheim Central district-record five TDs, as a Barons gouged out 453 rushing yards, 527 sum yards, and 10 touchdowns vs. a Spartans, avenging a Week 9 detriment during Garden Spot.
Moreno also had 9 sum tackles, a pouch and an interception, as Manheim Central set adult a District 3-AAA quarterfinal showdown on Saturday during 1 p.m. during Bishop McDevitt.
McD flog a Barons 48-7 in final year’s district finale.
Cartier Morton, RB, and John Stutz, WR, Manheim Twp. — Terrific efforts for these dual playmakers, who helped a Blue Streaks cruise past Exeter 45-15 in a District 3-AAAA opener in Neffsville.
Morton darted for 179 yards on 24 totes and he had a span of TD runs; his 21-yard run non-stop a scoring, and he combined a 10-yard journey in a fourth quarter, assisting Manheim Twp. raise adult 343 sum yards.
Morton has been sizzling a final 3 weeks:
- 112 yards and a TD in a win over McCaskey in Week 9.
- 169 yards and dual TDs in a win over Hempfield in Week 10.
- And his 179-yard, two-TD bid opposite Exeter, as a Streaks set adult a District 3-AAAA quarterfinal showdown opposite L-L Section 1 enemy Wilson.
Morton, who struggled with some whinging injuries progressing this season, is adult to 796 rushing yards and 11 TD runs. He’s also returned a punt and a flog for a TD.
Stutz, meanwhile, pulled in 3 receptions, including an 8-yard third-quarter TD locate from QB Erik Benjamin. Stutz also finished a pass for 28 yards on a pretence play, and he popped a punt lapse 42 yards for a TD, his second punt lapse for a measure in a final 3 weeks; Stutz took a punt 69 yards to a residence in a 49-13 win over McCaskey in Week 9.
Sam Kramer, youth QB, Hempfield — Another game, another super dual-threat bid for a Black Knights’ multi-purpose vigilance caller.
In Hempfield’s 36-21 delight during Dallastown in a District 3-AAAA opener, Kramer was an fit 9-for-14 for 120 yards and a TD toss, and he bolted for 128 yards on 20 keepers with 3 TD runs, as a Knights modernized to a district quarterfinals for a second year in a row.
Up next: Kramer and Co. get CD East on Saturday during 7 p.m. in Speed Ebersole Stadium with a outing to a district semifinals unresolved in a balance.
Kramer’s TD romps opposite Dallastown lonesome 1, 1 and 20 yards, respectively, and he strike David Martin for a 20-yard score, giving a Knights a 28-7 lead during a half.
Through 11 games, Kramer has upheld for 1,136 yards, rushed for 866 yards and he’s accounted for 19 touchdowns.