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Week 4’s top performers for passing, rushing, receiving

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| Saturday, September 22, 2018 1:09 a.m
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Chaz Palla | Tribune-Review
Penn Hills' Hollis Mathis looks to throw against Kiski Area Friday, Sept. 21, 2018 at Yuhas-McGinley Stadium.

Top performers for Week 4 high school football in Western Pennsylvania.

Passing

332, Hollis Mathis, Penn Hills (12 of 17)

281, Israel Reed, Imani Christian (13 of 20)

278, Tyler Bradley, OLSH (17 of 22)

278, Zack Cernuto, Southmoreland (12 of 13)

259, Aris Hasley, Deer Lakes (17 of 26)

248, Tyler Kowalkowski, Mars (9 of 12)

239, Eric Wilson, Sto-Rox (13 of 21)

227, Eli Kosanovich, Aliquippa (7 of 9)

217, Cole Spencer, Pine-Richland (12 of 16)

214, Ryne Wallace, Kiski Area (23 of 42)

213, Zach Rosa, Freedom (13 of 19)

186, Derek Johncour, Avonworth (15 of 22)

172, Adam Rudzinski, Franklin Regional (12 of 19)

171, Seth Cohen, Highlands (13 of 25)

167, Kam Kruze, West Allegheny (9 of 10)

164, Blake Remaley, Hempfield (16 of 27)

163, Shane Stump, Thomas Jefferson (10 of 12)

142, Greiner Maclaine, Carlynton (6 of 29)

140, Seth Morgan, Mt. Lebanon (14 of 28)

136, Stephen Kmonk, South Park (5 of 12)

136, Lucas Pieszak, Mt. Pleasant (6 of 12)

131, Jon Quinque, Canon-McMillan (10 of 22)

123, Brendan Majocha, Gateway (3 of 4)

121, Ryan Gibbons, Ellwood City (9 of 13)

121, Geno Pellegrini, Charleroi (5 of 6)

120, Chase Pisula, Greensburg C.C. (11 of 17)

114, John Milcic, Brentwood (10 of 26)

108, Paul Koontz, Derry (4 of 10)

101, Trent Patrick, Greensburg Salem (4 of 9)

Rushing

251, Trent Cavanaugh, Bentworth

224, Avante McKenzie, Aliquippa

199, Aaren Putt, Greensburg Salem

197, Mason Pascoe, Belle Vernon

191, Josh O’Hare, Canon-McMillan

184, Tank Smith, Penn Hills

169, Dustin Shoaf, Yough

167, Noah Whiteleather, Rochester

157, Austin Romanchak, Freeport

155, Cam Taylor, Highlands

153, Ky’ron Craggette, Uniontown

148, Julian Muccioli, Frazier

147, Ronnie Robinson, Southmoreland

144, Sam Brown, Fox Chapel

144, Isaac Ridinger, Armstrong

143, Garrett Reinke, Mars

142, Jack Hollibaugh, Deer Lakes

140, Matt Goodlin, Knoch

140, Max Shaw, Thomas Jefferson

138, William Clark, Woodland Hills

137, Nathan Roby, Hempfield

133, Ben Maenza, North Allegheny

128, Rudy Mihoces, South Park

126, Seth Cohen, Highlands

124, Ben Jackson, West Greene

121, Jax Miller, Avonworth

115, Precise Colon, North Allegheny

114, Cole Spencer, Pine-Richland

112, Vince Eggleton, Sto-Rox

112, Kameron Williams, Steel Valley

106, Brodie List, Beaver

104, Jonathan Wolfe, Jefferson-Morgan

103, Bret Kardos, Leechburg

103, Ryan Magiske, Peters Township

101, Geno Pellegrini, Charleroi

Receiving

158, Daequan Hardy, Penn Hills (4 rec.)

156, RJ Hart, Imani Christian (6 rec.)

138, Luke Miller, Pine-Richland (5 rec.)

137, Johnny Crise, Highlands (8 rec.)

128, Dan Deabner, Thomas Jefferson (7 rec.)

128, Deshaun Wright, Imani Christian (5 rec.)

116, Richard Banks, OLSH (5 rec.)

110, Mike Evans, Franklin Regional (6 rec.)

107, Noah Yeck, Freedom (6 rec.)

103, Brandon Peterson, Southmoreland (3 rec.)

100, Justin Flack, Derry (3 rec.)

100, Drew Engel, Canon-McMillan (5 rec.)

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