Connor Brinton, Damon Camacho, Robbie Hassel in a spotlight: Reinhart’s LL …
October 11, 2015 - garden totes
Another Sunday, another accumulate of L-L League football game-balls to be handed out following Week 6 action.
This time around, we tabbed 3 using backs for their standout performances …
Connor Brinton, RB, Conestoga Valley — The Buckskins are famous for their Air Raid flitting attack, though Brinton has been a vital belligerent arms for manager Mark Pieters and his impassioned squad. In CV’s 34-29 Section 1 home win over Warwick, a 6-0, 185-pound youth had his best diversion this season, galloping for 149 yards on 19 carries (a plain 7.8 yards per attempt) with 3 touchdown romps as a Bucks won their second diversion in a quarrel and softened to 2-1 in joining play. Against a Warriors, Brinton’s TD chugs lonesome 5, 15 and 30 yards, respectively, as CV cranked out 403 sum yards. That’s back-to-back 100-yard rushing games for Brinton; in a Week 5 win over Penn Manor, he totaled 111 yards and a TD on 18 totes, and by 6 games, Brinton is CV’s heading rusher with 410 yards and 6 TDs. The Bucks are during Wilson on Friday.
Damon Camacho, RB, Manheim Central — Welcome back, Mr. Camacho. After traffic with a gimpy ankle and blank some movement progressing in a season, a Barons’ 5-7, 165-pound comparison speedster has returned with a vengeance: In a final 3 games he’s piled adult 333 rushing yards and 5 TDs, and Camacho came adult vast in Manheim Central’s grind-it-out 20-13 Section 2 win during Lancaster Catholic in Week 6. Against a Crusaders, he piled adult 151 yards on 22 carries, including a 78-yard TD sprint, as a Barons softened to 3-0 in joining play and remained in a tie for initial place with undefeated Solanco. A week ago, Camacho scooted for 103 yards and 3 TDs in a win over Lebanon. He’s adult to 505 rushing yards and 7 TDs this deteriorate for a Barons, who horde Lampeter-Strasburg in a Section 2 showdown diversion on Friday.
Robbie Hassel, FB, Solanco — The Golden Mules speckled horde Lebanon a discerning 6-0 lead in Week 6 before Solanco’s absolute rushing conflict got adult to speed. After that, it was all Mules, who rolled to a 42-12 win to go to 6-0 altogether and sojourn tied for initial in Section 2 with Manheim Central. Once again, Hassel was a pivotal spoke in Solanco’s belligerent success; he rumbled 14 times for 132 yards (a imperishable 9.4 yards per pop) as a Mules piled adult 388 rushing yards and 458 sum yards. Hassel’s TD jaunts lonesome 6 and 15 yards, respectively; he’s adult to 774 rushing yards and 8 TD romps for Solanco, that travels to Garden Spot on Friday.