Lancaster Catholic’s Nassir Weaver wins LL League football Player of Week 3 … – The Patriot

September 15, 2014 - garden totes


Nassir Weaver, comparison RB, Lancaster Catholic

If there was one thing a Crusaders indispensable some-more than anything final Friday night, it was a victory.

Lancaster Catholic was off to an differently forgettable 0-2 start, with knockout waste opposite Dallastown, a reigning District 3-AAAA semifinalist, and Governor Mifflin, a four-time reigning Berks Section 2 champ.

It was not pretty.

The Crusaders were outscored 79-33 and were passed final in a joining in rushing yards opposite over a initial dual weeks.

Then Lancaster Catholic played a home opener in Week 3 opposite an aged District 3-AA foe, Littlestown.

And a Crusaders’ floodgates finally opened.

Weaver kick-started a seared rushing attack, carrying 15 times for 218 yards — 14.5 yards per receptacle — and he scored 4 touchdowns in Lancaster Catholic’s 49-19 frisk over a Thunderbolts, as a Crusaders finally dented a W mainstay this deteriorate and picked adult some most indispensable movement streamer into this Friday’s Section 2 entrance opposite undefeated Garden Spot.

Against Littlestown, Weaver’s TD runs enclosed a 26-yard frisk to open a scoring; a 64-yard lurch in a second quarter, when a Crusaders scored 23 unanswered points to squeeze a 30-7 lead during a half; another 26-yard detonate for a measure before a break; and a 2-yard thrust in a third quarter, as Lancaster Catholic piled adult 274 yards on a belligerent and had 478 sum yards opposite a ‘Bolts.

Through 3 games, Weaver has a team-best 342 rushing yards, and he’s averaging 8.3 yards per pop.

Chris Borg, Warwick
Khaleem Gary-Newkirk, Lebanon
Austin Hartman, Columbia
Connor Maxwell, Donegal
Justin Moreno, Manheim Central
Isaac Ray, Northern Lebanon
Austin Roberts, Columbia
Kyle Warfel, Columbia

L-L football Player of Week 1: Northern Lebanon’s Isaac Ray

L-L football Player of Week 2: Garden Spot’s Mitch Martin

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