Top Performances Week 2

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The following are outstanding performances from Week 2 according to Dick Gallagher.

Sam Castronova, Williamsville South junior quarterback, completed 11 of 20 passes for 214 yards, 3 touchdowns, and also rushed for a touchdown in the Billie's win.

Isiah Perrin, Williamsville East WR, caught 4 passes for 108 yards and 2 touchdowns in the Flames win over Amherst.

Kam Varner, Williamsville South junior WR, scored 4 touchdowns in the Billie's win over North.

Cameren Smith, Lackawanna senior RB, rushed for 118 yards and returned an intercepted pass for a touchdown to lead the Steelers to 18-6 win over Tonawanda.

Demetrius Mack, Williamsville East RB, rushed for 107 yards and 2 touchdowns in the Flames win over Amherst.

AJ Licata, Frontier senior LB, recorded 10 tackles and 2 sacks in the Falcon's win over Niagara Falls.

Anthony Castellani, St. Joe's senior LB, recorded 10 tackles including 2 for losses in the Maurauders win over Clarence.

Nigel Davis, St. Joe's senior RB, rushed for 157 yards and scored 3 touchdowns in the win over Clarence.

Jake Sisson, Jamestown senior QB, threw for a WNY record 508 yards, 6 touchdowns, and rushed for 59 yards in the Red Raider's win over Kenmore West.

Foster Dell, Pioneer sophomore, recorded 8 tackles and 1 sack in the Panthers win over Olean.

Zak Nalbone, Lew-port, recorded 128 yards, 2 touchdowns, and forced a fumble in the Lancer's win over Barker/Roy-Hart.

Zach Panebianco, Jamestown junior WR, caught 9 passes for 223 yards, 2 touchdowns, and recorded 12 tackles in the Red Raider's win over Clarence.

Nate Keith, St. Mary's LB, recorded 17 tackles in the Lancer's win over Buffalo East.

Kevin Torrillo, Sweet Home junior QB, completed 16 of 19 passes for 223 yards and 3 touchdowns in the Panther's win over Niagara Wheatfield.

Preston Smith, Kenmore East RB, rushed for 134 yards and 2 touchdowns in the Bulldogs win over Starpoint.

Austin Lauicella , Akron WR, caught 12 passes for 201 yards and 2 touchdowns in the Tigers loss to Cleveland Hill.

Giuseppe Campanella, Grand Island junior QB, threw for 120 yards and 2 touchdowns in the Vikings win over North Tonawanda.

Nick Hamilton, Lockport RB, scored 4 touchdowns in the Lions upset win over Orchard Park.

Chris Hammond, Gowanda, recorded 12 tackles and 3 sacks in the Panthers win over JFK.

Matt McCarthy, Fredonia, rushed for 139 yards, averaged 20 yards per carry, and scored 3 touchdowns in the Hillbillies win over Falconer.

Jason Hellwig, Medina junior QB, threw for 250 yards and 2 touchdowns in the Mustangs win over Maryvale.

Rodney Turner, Depew RB/LB, rushed for 104 yards, 3 touchdowns, and recorded 11 tackles in the Wildcats win over East Aurora.

Devin Lindner, West Seneca East QB, rushed for 145 yards and scored 3 touchdowns in the Trojans win over Lake Shore.

Cameron Coon, Frontier RB, rushed for 146 yards and scored 3 touchdowns in the Falcons win over Niagara Falls.

Dan Hogan, Lew-port senior RB/SS, rushed for 199 yards, 2 touchdowns, recorded 7 tackles, and intercepted a pass in the Lancers win over Barker/Roy-Hart.

Mitch Fuller, Lancaster senior RB, rushed for 86 yards and 2 touchdowns in the Redskins win over West.

Matt Szymanski, Lancaster senior RB, recorded 9 tackles, rushed for 71 yards, and 2 touchdowns to leade the Redskins over the Indians.

Most Yards Rushing: 223 yards, Nigel Davis, St. Joe's

Most Touchdowns: 4, several players

Most Touchdowns Passing: 508, Jake Sisson, Jamestown

Most Yards Passing: 508, Jake Sisson, Jamestown

Most Touchdowns Receiving: 3, Garrett Steel, Frewsburg

Longest Field Goal: 47 yards, Quinn Lee Yaw, Jamestown

Most Sacks: 3, Matt Ramarczyk, Kenmore East

Most Tackles: 17, Nate Keith, St. Mary's

Most Points Scored (Team): Matt Ramarczyk, Kenmore East

Most Points Scored (Individual): 26, Chris Doubek, Randolph

Most Receptions: 12, Austin Lauricella, Akron

Longest TD Run: 94, Nigel Davis, St. Joe's

Most Yards Receiving: 223 Zach Panebianco, Jamestown

Longest Pass Play: 95 yards, Jake Sisson to Brian Park, Jamestown

 

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