Vote for PennLive’s week 11 high propagandize football postseason luminary – The Patriot

November 9, 2014 - garden totes

There are 12 nominees for a PennLive Week 11 postseason superstar. Nominees are listed in alphabetical order. Fans might opinion once per hour and voting will sojourn open until 6 p.m. on Monday.

Damon Camacho, RB, Manheim Central: The Barons warranted some punish opposite Garden Spot, interjection to Camacho’s 241 rushing yards and span of touchdowns. Camacho did all that on 26 totes.

Shane Dantzler, RB, Wilson: Dantzler was a consistent thorn in Carlisle’s side on Friday, rushing a whopping 39 times for 230 yards including a 50-yard TD scurry in a third quarter.

Wilson Fontanez, RB, Governor Mifflin: York County carefree Red Lion had no answer for Fontanez, who strung adult 6 first-half touchdown runs and finished with 199 deleterious rushing yards on 21 carries.

George Hatalowich, RB-LB, Lower Dauphin: The two-way standout helped a 11th-seeded Falcons spin behind Cedar Cliff with 149 rushing yards and dual touchdowns. Hatalowich also recovered one of 5 Cedar Cliff fumbles.

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Brandon Hickerson-Rooks, DE, CD East: The sophomore totaled 3½ sacks to gait a Panthers’ conflict on opposition Harrisburg on Saturday. The Cougars were hold underneath 100 second-half yards in CD East’s 21-19 win.

Dalton Klinger, RB, Newport: The Buffaloes ripped into a semifinal round, claiming a school’s initial District 3-AA feat behind Klinger’s 25 carries for 168 yards and dual TDs. Klinger now binds a program’s single-season rushing record with 1,747 on a ground.

Sam Kramer, QB, Hempfield: Kramer’s bid opposite Dallastown enclosed 128 rushing yards and 120 by a air. When a dirt staid on Hempfield’s 36-21 victory, Kramer had 3 rushing TDs and 1 TD pass.

Keonte Lucas, QB, Milton Hershey: Once again, Lucas played a starring purpose as a Spartans dumbfounded sixth-seeded Gettysburg 27-14. Lucas ran for 169 yards and scored a span of touchdowns. He also tacked on 28 flitting yards.

Isaac Lutz, ATH, Berks Catholic: The versatile Lutz incited in a superb opening in a Saints 39-3 shave over Biglerville, rushing 4 times for 82 yards and dual scores and throwing 5 passes for 126 yards and 3 TDs.

Phil Overton, RB-DB, Red Land: To no one’s surprise, Overton paced Red Land’s successful rush conflict opposite Solanco. Overton carried 25 times for 156 yards and posted TD runs of 7, 11 and 30 yards.

Tim Spinelli, FB-LB, Cumberland Valley: The Eagles workhorse did his common repairs on both sides as CV claimed a 28-14 District 3 win over Penn Manor. Spinelli carried 24 times for 108 yards and dual scores.

Christian Wingard, QB, Millersburg: The Tribe modernized to a Eastern Conference Class A final by downing Tri-Valley League opposition Upper Dauphin. Wingard did his part, throwing for 146 yards, rushing for 134 some-more and accounting for 4 scores in a 47-14 win.

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