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September 2018 (and earlier)
October 2018

JAN. 8
TEDBIT
 
Next season, due to firings/resignations, at least five Catholic League schools -- Judge, Lansdale, Roman, Ryan, SJ Prep -- will have a different football coach. If every coach is "new" at his school, meaning he's not returning for a second stint, this will be the seventh time in CL history that at least five schools will be under different leadership. Such a shuffle has not taken place since 2004. Just twice have there have been six newbies -- 1965 and 1994. 1963 isn't counted because there were three new schools (Egan, Kenrick, McDevitt). Just one guy can be found twice on the list below.  George Stratts was new at McDevitt in 1970 and O'Hara in '94. In between he guided Dougherty.

Catholic League Seasons With Five "New" Coaches
Year No. Coach School
1965 Six Al Postus Kenrick
    Fred Kuczala North Catholic
    Frank Wilson Roman
    Joe Logue St. James
    Ralph Ricapito St. Thomas More
    John McAneney West Catholic
1970 Five Joe DeVito Bonner
    Bob Vincent Judge
    George Stratts McDevitt
    Gamp Pellegrini SJ Prep
    Nick Robak St. Thomas More
1971 Five Jack Boyle Dougherty
    Bernie Farrell Egan
    Bill Travers North Catholic
    Al Little Roman
    Dick Bedesem Wood
1973 Five Joe Motta Bonner
    Bob Wagner Egan
    Joe Santoro Kenrick
    Chappy Moore O'Hara
    Skip Duffy Wood
1985 Five Gene Kane Dougherty
    Chuck Knowles Egan
    Joe Colistra La Salle
    John Amendt Roman
    Steff Kruck Ryan
1994 Six Paul Hackney Dougherty
    Frank McArdle Sr. Neumann
    John Quinn North Catholic
    George Stratts O'Hara
    Harry Carr Roman
    Bill Craver Wood
2004 Five Jim Burner Bonner
    Steve Smith Neumann
    Chalie Szydlik North Catholic
    Danny Algeo O'Hara
    Joe Powel Wood

DEC. 30
TEDBIT
 
The first NFL season of Imhotep product Denniston "D.J." Moore is in the books  . . . and can induction to the Hall of Fame be far behind (smile)? D.J. made 55 catches for 778 yards and two TDs for the Carolina Panthers and his catch/yardage totals are No. 2 all-time for "Our Guys" rookies. Only HOFer Marvin Harrison (Roman) is ahead of D.J. and the latter's YPR number is one yard better. Angelo Coia 9old Northeast, at 8th & Lehigh) remains the far-and-away YPR leader at 19.1.

Top Receiving Performances by Philly Rookies in the NFL, 1960-2018
Name School Team Pos. Year Rec. Yards YPR TD
Marvin Harrison Roman Indianapolis Rec. 1996 64 836 13.1 8
D.J. Moore Imhotep Carolina Rec. 2018 55 778 14.1 2
Will Fuller Roman Houston Rec. 2016 47 635 13.5 2
Angelo Coia Northeast Chicago Rec. 1960 25 478 19.1 4
Steve Slaton Conwell-Egan Houston RB 2008 50 377 7.5 1
Corey Brown O'Hara Carolina Rec. 2014 21 296 14.1 2
Blair Thomas Frankford  NY Jets RB 1990 20 204 10.2 1
Kevin Jones O'Hara Detroit RB 2004 28 180 6.4 1
Jaelen Strong West Catholic Houston Rec. 2015 14 161 11.5 3
Anthony Becht Bonner NY Jets Rec. 2000 16 144 9.0 2
Mike McCloskey Judge Houston Rec. 1983 16 137 8.6 1
Frank Wycheck Ryan Washington Rec. 1993 16 113 7.1 0

DEC. 29
TEDBIT

  The year was 2003 and sr. Tim Roken was in his one and only season as Archbishop Ryan's starting quarterback. Overall, he passed 85-for-208 yards and 10 TDs and racked up as many as 200 yards two times. Once on the nose vs. Roman and 43 more vs. Washington, the Raiders' forever Thanksgiving opponent. In that 243-yard effort, he passed 21-for-38 and bagged two TDs. Since then, Tim has made MANY visits to 200Ville. He hit that number 10 times in two seasons as the starter at East Stroudsburg (2007-08) and helped to orchestrate 23 more outbursts at St. Joseph's Prep. Tim joined the Prep staff in 2010 under first-year coach Gabe Infante. He coached the QBs/receivers in that season and then was the offensive coordinator from 2011 through the just-completed 2018 campaign. Infante has moved on to Temple and Roken has been named to succeed him. Since Kyle McCord, who dominates the list below to the left, is only a soph, let's strongly believe that many more visits will be made to 200Ville (and even 300Ville) in the coming seasons. At ES, Tim's best games occurred back-to-back -- 420 vs. Clarion and 414 vs. Shippensburg. Like NFL games, college games last 60 minutes. McCord's top effort in '18 was 369. Over 60 minutes, that total would be 461. Best of luck to Tim as he guides the Hawks!

SJ Prep's 200-Yard Passing Efforts on Tim Roken's Watch   Tim Roken's 200-Yard Passing Efforts
Player Years Yards Opponent   At Ryan    
Kyle McCord 2018 369 OL Good Counsel (MD)   Opponent Year Yards
Kyle McCord 2018 301 Pine-Richland   Washington 2003 243
Marquez McCray 2016 290 Oaks Christian (CA)   Roman 2003 200
Kyle McCord 2018 283 Harrisburg   At East Stroudsburg    
Skyler Mornhinweg 2010 275 Roman   Opponent Year Yards
Jack Clements 2014 266 Parkland   Clarion 2008 420
Skyler Mornhinweg 2011 258 Roman   Shippensburg 2008 414
Kyle McCord 2018 255 Ryan   C.W. Post 2008 343
Kyle McCord 2018 252 La Salle   Kutztown 2007 312
Kyle McCord 2018 249 Wood   West Chester 2007 282
Chris Martin 2013 243 Neshaminy   Lock Haven 2007 260
Chris Martin 2013 235 Parkland   Indiana (PA) 2007 259
Jack Clements 2014 232 La Salle   Bloomsburg 2007 245
Kyle McCord 2018 232 La Salle   Slippery Rock 2007 236
Jack Clements 2014 229 St. Ignatius (OH)   West Chester 2008 215
Chris Martin 2013 226 La Salle        
Skyler Mornhinweg 2011 225 Malvern        
Chris Martin 2012 222 Gonzaga (DC)        
Skyler Mornhinweg 2011 221 North Penn        
Jack Clements 2014 217 Pine-Richland        
Skyler Mornhinweg 2011 210 Gonzaga (DC)        
Marquez McCray 2017 203 Coatesville        
Skyler Mornhinweg 2010 202 Washington        

DEC. 28
TEDBIT
 
SJ Prep sophomore QB Kyle McCord rules the passing portion of the list right below. Twice. Yes, in this year's 6A semis, he passed for 301 yards, then came close with 283 in the final . Those are efforts Nos. 1 and 2 by Catholic League players in the final three rounds of state playoffs going back to 2008. All 2018 qualifiers are highlighted in gray.

Top Performances by CL Rushers/Passers/Receivers in State Quarters/Semis/Finals
RUSHING         PASSING         RECEIVING      
Name Sch. Yds Year   Name Sch. Yds Year   Name Sch. Yds Year
D'Andre Swift Prep 318 '16 Q   Kyle McCord Prep 301 '18 S   Bruce Mapp West 142 '11 S
Shawn Thompson Wood 280 '16 Q   Kyle McCord Prep 283 '18 F   Tim Wade La S 131 '11 Q
Patrick Garwo C-E 274 '17 Q   Joshua Evans West 282 '15 S   Aamir Brown N-G 129 '14 Q
D'Andre Swift Prep 268 '16 S   Matt Magarity La S 281 '11 Q   Terrance Greene Prep 126 '16 Q
Nasir Peoples Wood 267 '17 F   Jack Clements Prep 266 '14 Q   Olamide Zaccheaus Prep 125 '14 Q
Raheem Blackshear Wood 243 '16 S   Chris Kane La S 265 '12 S   Olamide Zaccheaus Prep 123 '14 F
Jarrett McClenton Wood 238 '13 F   Jerry Rahill Wood 245 '09 Q   Sean Coleman La S 120 '12 Q
Jarrett McClenton Wood 233 '14 F   Chris Martin Prep 243 '13 S   Dajuan Harris C-E 119 '17 S
Brandon Peoples Wood 230 '10 Q   Chris Martin Prep 235 '13 Q   Sean Coleman La S 114 '10 S
Jarrett McClenton Wood 230 '14 S   Jack Clements Prep 217 '14 F   Nate Smith  Wood 113 '11 Q
D'Andre Swift Prep 220 '14 F   Jaleel Reed West 204 '11 S   Amadou Barry West 113 '15 S
Brandon Hollomon West 208 '10 S   Marquez McCray Prep 203 '17 S   D'Andre Swift Prep 107 '14 Q
Curtis Drake West 186 '08 S   Chris Martin Prep 195 '13 F   Brandon Sanders Prep 101 '17 Q
Curtis Drake West 182 '08 Q   Ray Lenhart N-G 191 '14 Q   Jaelen Strong-Rankin West 100 '10 F
David Williams West 182 '10 F   Tre Johnson West 191 '18 Q   Sam McCain Wood 97 '09 S
Desmon Peoples Wood 182 '11 S   Charles Britt N-G 189 '17 Q   Eric Young West 96 '08 Q
Andrew Guckin Wood 178 '12  F   Marquez McCray Prep 188 '17 Q   Johnny Freeman Prep 96 '18 S
Raheem Blackshear Wood 178 '16 S   Matt Magarity La S 184 '11 S   Jimmy Herron La S 95 '12 S
Dajuan Harris C-E 178 '18 Q                    

DEC. 26
TEDBIT
 
Five guys this year earned first team Daily News All-City honors for a second time and their names can be found at the bottom of this updated list. SJ Prep's streak is over. At least one Hawk had been a double-dipper for four consecutive seasons. We'll see what happens with QB Kyle McCord. In 2010, he could become a triple-dipper, joining Roman WR Will Fuller and Preppers John Reid (DB) and D'Andre Swift (MP-RB). Imhotep DL Omar Speights also could have been a triple honoree this year, but he wound up moving to Oregon for family reasons.

Multiple First Team All-City Honorees in This Century
Pos. Name School(s) Years
*-advanced to NFL    
SENIORS IN 2000    
Rec.-DB Steve Holmes Germantown Academy  1999-00
Rec.  Ramon Mills Edward Bok 1999-00
RB *Kevin Jones Cardinal O'Hara 1999-00
MP Joe McCourt Roman Catholic 1999-00
K Marty Higgins Archbishop Carroll 1999-00
DL Jeff Vanak Archbishop Carroll 1999-00
SENIORS IN 2001    
L John Connors SJ Prep 2000-01
L Mike "Tuna" Bucella Cardinal O'Hara 2000-01
RB Kyle Ambrogi SJ Prep 2000-01
P-K Brendan Carney Malvern Prep 2000-01
LB Maurice Bennett George Washington 2000-01
SENIORS IN 2002    
  None    
SENIORS IN 2002-03    
RB *Curtis "Boonah" Brinkley West Catholic 2002-03
LB Brian Tracz SJ Prep 2002-03
SENIORS IN 2003-04    
L Matt Lowry Cardinal O'Hara 2003-04
RB *Steve Slaton Conwell-Egan 2003-04
DL-L Marques Slocum Neumann/West Catholic 2003-04
LB Joe Rosati Episcopal 2003-04
SENIORS IN 2005    
DB John Maddox West Catholic 2004-05
SENIORS IN 2006    
QB Chris Whitney SJ Prep 2005-06
P Eric Muller Penn Charter 2005-06
DL-L Paul Ostick Malvern Prep 2005-06
SENIORS IN 2007    
RB Rashad Campbell Chestnut Hill 2006-07
DL Jewhan Edwards Roman Catholic 2006-07
SENIORS IN 2008    
MP-RB Rob Hollomon West Catholic 2007-08
SENIORS IN 2009    
L-DL *Sharrif Floyd George Washington 2008-09
Seth Betancourt SJ Prep 2008-09
QB Drew Loughery La Salle 2008-09
RB *Ibraheim Campbell Chestnut Hill 2008-09
SENIORS IN 2010    
  None    
SENIORS IN 2011    
L Frank Taylor Archbishop Wood 2010-11
L-DL Connor Mahoney Malvern Prep 2010-11
RB Desmon Peoples Archbishop Wood 2010-11
SENIORS IN 2012    
L *Mike McGlinchey Penn Charter 2011-12
Rec *William Fuller Roman Catholic 2010-11=12
RB David Williams West Catholic/Imhotep 2011-12
K Nick Visco Archbishop Wood 2011-12
DL Justin Moody George Washington 2011-12
LB Matt Galambos Haverford School 2011-12
SENIORS IN 2013    
LB *Zaire Franklin La Salle 2012-13
DB Deandre Scott Imhotep Charter 2012-13
SENIORS IN 2014    
L Ryan Bates  Archbishop Wood 2013-14
L Jon Daniel Runyan  SJ Prep 2013-14
L Jacob Rebisz Malvern Prep 2013-14
Rec.  Jimmy Herron La Salle 2013-14
RB Jarrett McClenton Archbishop Wood 2013-14
RB Samir Bullock Archbishop Ryan 2013-14
DL  Shareef Miller  Frankford/Washington 2013-14
DL  Jake Strain SJ Prep 2013-14
LB Jake Cooper Archbishop Wood 2013-14
DB John Reid SJ Prep 2012-13-14
SENIORS IN 2015
L Yasir Durant Imhotep 2014-15
L JohnCarlo Valentin Imhotep 2014-15
MP D’Andre Swift SJ Prep 2014-15
DL  Raquan Thomas  Simon Gratz 2014-15
DL  Karamo Dioubate Prep Charter 2014-15
DL-Rec. Naseir “Pop” Upshur Imhotep 2014-15
LB Shawn "Woozy" Jenkins Simon Gratz 2014-15
DB  Yeedee Thaenrat Father Judge 2014-15
DB-Rec. Dox Aitken Haver. School 2014-15
SENIORS IN 2016
MP-RB D'Andre Swift SJ Prep 2014-15-16
MP Raheem "Speedy" Blackshear Wood 2015-16
SENIORS IN 2017
QB Marquez McCray SJ Prep 2016-17
QB Mahmud Dioubate Bartram 2016-17
DL Omar Speights Imhotep 2016-17 (jr.)
DL Ryan Bryce SJ Prep 2016-17
SENIORS in 2018    
Rec. Yusuf Terry Imhotep 2017-18
RB Patrick Garwo Conwell-Egan 2017-18
MP-RB Edward Saydee Penn Charter 2017-18
LB Keith Maguire Malvern 2017-18
DB Tykee Smith Imhotep 2017-18

DEC. 22
TEDBIT
 
Going back to 1990, seven Catholic League coaches have posted impressive runs through five consecutive seasons. With his 13-0 mark this season, SJ Prep's Gabe Infante has now pulled into a tie, at .892, with former Wood coach Steve Devlin for the best winning percentage over five years. Or has he? . . . Let's take a closer look. Infante's expanded number is .8923. Devlin's is .8919. Gabe wins! The Prep's Gil Brooks is right behind at .890. The list below shows the best one five-year run for each coach.  

Year W L T
Gabe Infante, SJ Prep
2014 11 3 0
2015 7 3 0
2016 14 0 0
2017 13 1 0
2018 13 0 0
  58 7 0
    .892  
Steve Devlin, Wood
2010 13 1 0
2011 14 1 0
2012 12 3 0
2013 13 2 0
2014 14 1 0
  66 8 0
    .892  
Hil Brooks, SJ Prep
2000 12 1 0
2001 10 3 0
2002 13 0 0
2003 12 0 0
2004 10 3 0
  57 7 0
    .890  
Glen Galeone, Ryan
1990 12 1 0
1991 9 3 2
1992 12 0 1
1993 12 1 0
1994 9 2 0
  54 7 3
    .885  
Drew Gordon, La Salle
2008 9 3 0
2009 14 1 0
2010 13 2 0
2011 12 2 0
2012 12 2 0
  60 10 0
    .857  
Joe Colistra, La Salle
       
1994 7 4 0
1995 11 2 0
1996 14 0 0
1997 8 3 0
1998 12 1 0
  52 10 0
    .839  
Dan Bielli, Carroll
1999 11 2 0
2000 13 0 0
2001 12 1 0
2002 9 4 0
2003 8 4 0
  53 11 0
    .828  

DEC. 16
TEDBIT
 
Below are Top 20 YPG averages for all Catholic League receivers over the last 11 seasons that have led their teams to at least the quarterfinal round in the state playoffs. Due to injuries, not every guy played in every game. Included are league playoffs, City Titles and all varieties of state playoffs, including subregionals. Two SJ Prep guys, Johnny Freeman and Marvin Harrison, made the list.

Top Performances by CL Receivers  Whose Teams Have Reached at Least State Quarters
Name School Class Year G Yards Avg.
Jaron Macon McDevitt A 2015 5 380 76.0
Sean Coleman La Salle AAAA 2012 5 339 67.8
Craig Jones W. Catholic AA 2015 6 404 67.3
Seth Degree W. Catholic AA 2018 4 269 67.3
Aamir Brown Neum.-Gor. AA 2014 5 323 64.6
Connor Hoffman La Salle AAAA *2009 6 378 63.0
Jaelen Strong-Rankin W. Catholic AA *2010 6 374 62.3
Johnny Freeman SJ Prep AAAAAA *2018 6 367 61.2
Terrance Greene SJ Prep AAAAAA *2016 6 360 60.0
Bruce Mapp W. Catholic AA 2011 5 285 57.0
Quran Kent W. Catholic AA 2009 7 385 55.0
Eric Young W. Catholic AA 2008 8 427 53.4
Amadou Barry W. Catholic AA 2015 6 318 53.0
Sean Coleman La Salle AAAA 2011 5 264 52.8
Darryle Simmons SJ Prep AAAAAA *2016 6 305 50.8
Brandon Sanders SJ Prep AAAAAA 2017 6 304 50.7
Marvin Harrison SJ Prep AAAAAA *2018 6 292 48.7
Nick Rinella La Salle AAAA 2015 4 194 48.5
John Reid SJ Prep AAAA 2014 3 144 48.0
Jake Ross Wood AAAAA 2018 4 191 47.8
*-state champ            

DEC. 15
TEDBIT
 
Below are Top 20 YPG averages for all Catholic League rushers over the last 11 seasons that have led their teams to at least the quarterfinal round in the playoffs. Due to injuries, not every guy played in every game. Included are league playoffs, City Titles and all varieties of state playoffs, including subregionals. This year's guys are Conwell-Egan's Patrick Garwo (a returnee) and teammate Dajuan Harris (a newcomer). Harris appeared in two of C-E's four outings.

Top Performances by CL Rushers Whose Teams Have Reached at Least State Quarters
Name School Class Year G Yards Avg.
D'Andre Swift SJ Prep AAAAAA *2016 6 1082 180.3
Andrew Guckin Wood AAA 2012 6 1065 177.5
Nasir Peoples Wood AAAAA *2017 5 882 176.4
Jarrett McClenton Wood AAA 2014 5 800 160.0
David Williams W. Catholic AA 2011 5 767 153.4
Patrick Garwo Con.-Egan AAA 2017 4 603 150.8
Khalil Roane Neum.-Gor. AA 2014 6 739 147.8
Brandon Hollomon W. Catholic AA *2010 6 862 143.7
Jarrett McClenton Wood AAA *2013 6 829 138.2
Rob Hollomon W. Catholic AA 2008 8 1103 137.9
Raheem Blackshear Wood AAAAA *2016 5 680 136.0
Sean Cunningham Wood AAA 2008 6 805 134.2
Dajuan Harris Con.-Egan AAA 2018 2 265 132.5
Tim Wade La Salle AAAA 2011 5 629 125.8
Syaire Madden La Salle AAAA 2015 4 499 124.8
Patrick Garwo Con.-Egan AAA 2018 4 496 124.0
Desmon Peoples Wood AAA *2011 5 613 122.6
Shawn Thompson Wood AAAAA  *2016 5 609 121.8
Brandon Hollomon W. Catholic AA 2009 7 851 121.6
Brandon Peoples Wood AAA 2010 5 530 106.0
Jamal Abdur-Rahman La Salle AAAA 2010 6 636 106.0
*-state champ            

DEC. 14
TEDBIT
 
Below are Top 24 YPG passing averages for all Catholic League quarterbacks over the last 11 seasons that have led their teams to at least the quarterfinal round in the state playoffs. Due to injuries, not every guy played in every game. Included are league playoffs, City Titles and all varieties of state playoffs, including subregionals. There's a new No. 1 -- SJ Prep's Kyle McCord (221.0) and he's way out in front (by almost 19 yards). TWO West Catholic guys are new to the list. The Burrs played five playoffs. Zaire Hart-Hawkins and Tre Johnson played in three apiece because ZH-H suffered an injury in Game No. 3.

Top Performances by CL Passers Whose Teams Have Reached at Least State Quarters
Name School Class Year G Yards Avg.
Kyle McCord SJ Prep AAAAAA *2018 6 1326 221.0
Joshua Evans W. Catholic AA 2015 6 1213 202.2
Chris Kane La Salle AAAA 2012 5 995 199.0
Chris Martin SJ Prep AAAA *2013 5 992 198.4
Drew Loughery La Salle AAAA *2009 6 865 160.8
Marquez McCray SJ Prep AAAAAA *2016 6 906 151.0
Chris Ferguson La Salle AAAA 2015 4 572 143.0
Jerry Rahill Wood AAA 2009 5 704 140.8
Matt Magarity La Salle AAAA 2011 5 703 140.6
Charles Britt Neum.-Gor. AA 2017 3 392 130.7
Marquez McCray SJ Prep AAAAAA 2017 6 758 126.3
Jarred Evans W. Catholic AA 2009 7 881 125.9
Tre Johnson W. Catholic AA 2018 3 373 124.3
Jack Clements SJ Prep AAAA 2014 5 614 122.8
Jack Colyar Wood AAAAA  *2016 5 591 118.2
Ray Lenhart Neum.-Gor. AA 2014 5 559 111.8
Anthony Reid W. Catholic AA *2010 6 628 104.7
Sean McCartney Wood AAA 2008 6 615 102.5
Matt Magarity La Salle AAAA 2010 5 511 102.2
Joey Monaghan Wood AAA *2011 6 612 102.0
Zaire Hart-Hawkins W. Catholic AA 2018 3 299 99.7
Alex Goldsby Conwell-Egan AAA 2018 4 398 99.5
Joey Monaghan Wood AAA 2010 6 483 96.6
Curtis Drake W. Catholic AA 2008 8 769 96.1
*-state champ            

DEC. 13
TEDBIT
 
Below you'll see numbers in 13 categories for SJ Prep's four largest--enrollment state champs. Those in bold type are the best and this year's squad leads the way with seven. Note to this year's crew: Let the bragging begin! (smile). The 2016 squad is next with five, 2014 checks in with one and 2013 has none.

Category  2013 2014 2016 2018
Overall Record 12-3 11-3 14-0 13-0
Division Record 4-0 3-0 6-0 5-0
Points Scored 29.4 37.3 40.2 40.6
Points Allowed 19.8 24.6 15.6 13.7
Average Score Overall 29-20 37-25 40-16 41-14
Average Score in CL/CT playoffs 28-17 47-14 41-9 37-9
Average Score in state playoffs 31-14 40-26 38-16 40-11
Rushing Yards Gained 172.1 226.1 242.9 145.4
Passing Yards Gained 168.7 154.6 169.9 214.2
Total Yards Gained 340.8 380.7 412.7 359.6
Rushing Yards Allowed 178.1 115.9 103.1 118.4
Passing Yards Allowed 137.9 173.2 166.6 109.9
Total Yards Allowed 316.1 289.1 269.7 228.2

DEC. 12
TEDBIT
 
The lists below show kick scoring and overall scoring career leaders for Catholic League/Inter-Ac seniors from 2013 through 2018 . . .

 CL/I-A Kick Career Scoring Leaders, 2013-18
Year Name School PAT FG Points
2013 Connor Foley Judge 121 21 184
2016 Dan Zanine Wood 122 13 161
2017 Anthony Tigano SJ Prep 131 9 158
2014 Dan McDonald Wood 149 3 158
2016 Connor Ringwalt Episcopal 114 11 147
2013 Steve Weyler O'Hara 123 7 144
2018 Bob Hennessey Wood 87 9 114
2014 Joe Stock Ryan 82 6 100
2016 Vince Capone Gtn. Academy 58 12 94
2015 Matt Savage La Salle 61 11 94
2017 Jack Barreras Conwell-Egan 76 4 88
2017 Kevin Calamita O'Hara 70 6 88
2013 Jon Dollfus Malvern 68 6 86
2018 Gavin Dionisio Ryan 60 8 84
2016 Brandon Chiazza Malvern 58 7 79
2013 Phil Isaac Roman 79 0 79
2014 Max Frederick Carroll 64 4 76
2015 Joe Gallagher Judge 60 5 75
2015 Colin Mattice Penn Charter 48 9 75
2013 Joe Stock Ryan 56 6 74
2016 Ryan Stock Ryan  63 3 72

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 CL/I-A Overall Career Scoring Leaders, 2013-18
Year Name School PAT FG Points
2014 Jarrett McClenton Wood 84 1 506
2018 Patrick Garwo Conwell-Egan 82 2 496
2016 D'Andre Swift SJ Prep 78 1 470
2018 Edward Saydee Prep/Penn Charter 66 1 398
2018 Edward Saydee Penn Charter only 58 0 348
2013 Greg White West Catholic 50 14 328
2016 Raheem Blackshear Judge/Wood 53 0 318
2014 Samir Bullock Judge/Ryan 50 0 300
2015 Ryan Quigley Lansdale 49 2 298
2016 Malik Twyman Haverford School 43 6 270
2015 Yeedee Thaenrat Judge 45 0 270
2014 Jimmy Herron La Salle 44 0 264
2018 DeeWil Barlee Episcopal 43 1 260
2015 Dee Barlee Episcopal 40 0 240
2016 Calil Wortham West Catholic 36 10 236
2016 Syaire Madden SCH Acad./La Salle 39 1 236
2014 Olamide Zaccheaus SJ Prep 38 2 232
2013 Troy Gallen Malvern 38 0 228
2014 Dimetri Kelly Roman 37 3 228
2017 Nasir Peoples Wood 35 0 210
2016 Shawn Thompson Wood 35 0 210
2017 O'Shaan Allison Malvern 34 0 204
2014 John Reid SJ Prep 33 0 198
2015 Nick Rinella La Salle 32 0 192
2016 Zac Fernandez Malvern 31 0 186
2018 Terome Mitchell Conwell-Egan 29 5 184
2018 Jacir Savoy West Catholic 27 6 174
2018 Alex Goldsby Conwell-Egan 27 2 166
2017 Jaron Macon McDevitt/N-G 26 3 162

DEC. 11
TEDBIT
 
Six seasons have come and gone since I retired from the good, ol' Daily News. At the end of each one, career leaders for rushing (3,000 yards), passing (also 3,000) and receiving (1,600) have been added to this website page. Below you'll see career totals for also-decent Catholic League and Inter-Ac performers during these last six seasons. Rushing and passing: 2,000 to 2,999. Receiving: 800 to 1,599. Check back tomorrow for kick scoring and overall scoring.

CL/I-A Rushers With 2,000 to 2,999 Career Yards, 2013-18
Year Name School Car. Yards TDs
2015 Dee Barlee Episcopal 558 2,906 40
2017 O'Shaan Allison Malvern 458 2,880 30
2014 Kharee Ruley Furn/WC 533 2,869 24
2015 Khalil Roane Neum.-Gor. 559 2,819 26
2016 Malik Twyman Haver. School 401 2,756 36
2015 Ryan Quigley Lansdale 366 2,623 34
2016 Calil Wortham West Catholic 468 2,619 35
2018 Jacir Savoy West Catholic 435 2,399 21
2014 Olamide Zaccheaus SJ Prep 345 2,361 28
2018 DeeWil Barlee Episcopal 470 2,341 38
2014 Jordan Meachum La Salle 391 2,236 21
2013 Troy Gallen Malvern 254 2,230 27
2016 Shawn Thompson Wood 249 2,191 30
2016 Zac Fernandez Malvern 315 2,181 20
2014 Phil Poquie Haver. School 268 2,131 22
2017 Nasir Peoples Wood 272 2,068 33

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CL/I-A Passers With 2,000 to 2,999 Career Yards, 2013-18
Year Name School C-A Yards TDs
2016 Stephen Honick Carroll 258-506 2,921 17
2016 Rob King Judge 191-419 2,914 31
2016 Matt Rahill SCH Academy 178-330 2,642 24
2015 Kevin Carter Haver. School 156-269 2,533 26
2015 Phil DiWilliams Roman 184-384 2,500 15
2017 Da'Vion Kidd-Jackson SJ Prep/W. Cath. 151-325 2,414 26
2018 Jahlil Sanders Ryan 160-367 2,231 27
2014 Zack Carroll Judge 147-311 2,152 16
2018 Alex Goldsby Conwell-Egan 112-258 2,020 21

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CL/I-A Receivers With 800 to 1,599 Career Yards, 2013-18
Year Name School C-A Yards TDs
2014 John Reid SJ Prep 92 1,564 21
2016 Amadou Barry West Catholic 93 1,562 19
2016 Raheem Blackshear Judge/Wood 89 1,462 18
2018 Katob Joseph Judge 75 1,408 14
2018 Pat Elliott SCH Academy 90 1,313 13
2015 Jordan Johnson SCH/Wood 62 1,306 17
2013 Thaddius Smith O'Hara 78 1,289 22
2016 Terrance Greene SJ Prep 75 1,232 12
2016 Justin Gies Judge 69 1,224 15
2015 Christian Feliziani Episcopal 71 1,215 16
2018 Johnny Freeman SJ Prep 75 1,208 13
2017 Troy Holland La Salle 96 1,203 13
2018 Seth Degree West Catholic 62 1,182 13
2016 Matt Hoffman SCH Academy 76 1,157 15
2015 Nick Rinella La Salle 94 1,140 17
2014 Olamide Zaccheaus SJ Prep 71 1,122 9
2013 Jawan McAllister SJ Prep 81 1,102 13
2013 Kyle Donahue Gtn. Acad. 64 1,082 7
2017 Steve Arrington Judge 64 1,079 14
2016 Mike Fay Malvern 62 1,027 9
2013 Evan Butts Episcopal 55 1,026 14
2016 Jeremy Smith Ryan/Judge 73 1,021 11
2016 Jack Cucinotta SCH Academy 59 1,004 10
2014 Ahkil Crumpton West. Cath. 50 993 8
2017 Justin Santilla O'Hara 76 968 17
2013 Bobby Romano Ryan 40 960 8
2014 Jordan Meachum La Salle 62 953 9
2016 Joey Bristow Roman 73 932 8
2018 Edward Saydee *Penn Charter 56 917 8
2015 Ryan Quigley Lansdale 41 902 11
2017 Mike Reilly Gtn. Academy 62 900 9
2016 Jay Smiley Carroll 66 899 6
2017 Kyrin Jackson Bonner-Prendie 62 885 9
2018 Quincy Watson Malvern 69 881 12
2016 Chris Tucker Penn Charter 37 834 10
2017 Dahmir Ruffin Carroll 61 818 10
*-includes 9th grade at Prep Charter        

DEC. 10
TEDBIT
 
Their high school careers have ended and their stats have been finalized . . . This list includes stats first posted on Nov. 14.

Final Totals for Productive Players Whose Careers Have Ended
RUSHING School Car. Yards TD
Patrick Garwo Conwell-Egan 680 5,064 71
Edward Saydee Prep Char./Penn Charter 540 3,837 51
Edward Saydee Penn Charter only 520 3,514 45
Jacir Savoy West Catholic 435 2,399 21
DeeWil Barlee Episcopal 470 2,341 38
Katob Joseph Judge 263 1,532 7
Jahlil Sanders Ryan 306 1,475 13
Marques Mason SJ Prep 251 1,418 24
Quincy Watson Malvern 211 1,301 12
PASSING School C-A Yards TD
Drew Gunther Malvern 335-580 4,936 54
Jack Colyar Wood 224-425 3,537 39
Shane Dooley Judge 231-442 3,490 37
Aaron Angelos SCH Academy 215-383 3,189 31
Jahlil Sanders Ryan 160-367 2,231 27
Alex Goldsby Conwell-Egan 112-258 2,020 21
Luke Sprague O'Hara 157-310 1,743 17
RECEIVING School Rec. Yards TD
Katob Joseph Judge 75 1,408 14
Pat Elliott SCH Academy 90 1,313 13
Johnny Freeman SJ Prep 75 1,208 13
Seth Degree West Catholic 62 1,182 13
Edward Saydee Prep Char./Penn Charter 56 917 8
Quincy Watson Malvern 69 881 12
Nate Whitaker Haverford School 51 791 7
DeeWil Barlee Episcopal 65 760 4
Marques Mason SJ Prep 51 757 6
Chris Kirby O'Hara 63 725 11
KICK SCORING School K FG Pts
Bob Hennessey Wood 87 9 114
Gavin Dionisio Ryan 60 8 84
Jack Isdell Judge 56 0 56
OVERALL SCORING School TD Conv. Pts
Patrick Garwo Conwell-Egan 82 2 496
Edward Saydee Prep Char./Penn Charter 66 1 398
Edward Saydee Penn Charter only 58 0 348
DeeWil Barlee Episcopal 43 1 260
Terome Mitchell Conwell-Egan 29 5 184
Jacir Savoy West Catholic 27 6 174
Alex Goldsby Conwell-Egan 27 2 166
Katob Joseph Judge 24 1 146
Quincy Watson Malvern 24 0 144
Keith Maguire Malvern 23 1 140
Manny Quiles La Salle 20 1 122

DEC. 9
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Well, they've done ti again . . . with an asterisk. With last night's 40-20 win over Harrisburg in the Class 6A state final, the St. Joseph's Prep Hawks completed their second perfect season in three years. And the school's fourth over the last 18 years. Twenty-three Catholic League champs have achieved perfection. The Prep leads the way with six. La Salle, North Catholic and West Catholic are tied for second at three, Now for the asterisk. In this year's opener, the Prep played another national power, St. Frances (MD). Lightning suspended the contest midway through the third quarter. Because the score was close (SF led, 13-7), SF opted not to claim a victory.   

    CATHOLIC LEAGUE'S PERFECT TEAMS
'23 Roman Catholic Stan Cofall   8  0  0
'30 SJ Prep Ank Scanlan   7  0  0
'32 West Catholic Jocko McGarry   9  0  0
'36 North Catholic Ken Simendinger   8  0  0
'39 SJ Prep Ank Scanlan   9  0  0
'43 West Catholic Bob Dougherty 10  0  0
'47 Roman Catholic Goldie Graham 10  0  0
'49 North Catholic Jack Gillespie 11  0  0
'51 West Catholic Jack Shields 10  0  0
'52 North Catholic Jack Gillespie 10  0  0
'55 La Salle Jim Gallagher 10  0  0
'57 La Salle Tex Flannery 10  0  0
'68 Dougherty Gene O'Pella 11  0  0
'72 St. James Joe Logue 12  0  0
'73 O'Hara Chappy Moore 12  0  0
'87 McDevitt Pat Manzi 11  0  0
'96 La Salle Joe Colistra 14  0  0
'00 Carroll (blue) Dan Bielli 13  0  0
'02 SJ Prep (red) Gil Brooks 13  0  0
'03 SJ Prep (red) Gil Brooks 12  0  0
'03 Wood (blue) Art Barrett 11  0  0
'16 SJ Prep (red) Gabe Infante 14  0  0
'18 SJ Prep (red) Gabe Infante *13  0  0
*-one game suspended by lightning (and not completed)

DEC. 8
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Here's a list of the most prolific teams in Catholic/Inter-Ac history on a points-per-game basis. SJ Prep's 2018 squad currently ranks fifth at 43.4 entering tonight's Class 6A state final vs. Harrisburg. The suspended game with St. Frances (MD) is not included; the Hawks had seven in that one. Conwell-Egan's '18 squad checks in at No. 11.
  UPDATED: SJ Prep's details have been updated through the 6A final.

Most Prolific Teams in Catholic/Inter-Ac History . . . by Points per Game
Year School Games Points PPG Leading Scorer Points
2008 West Catholic 16 775 48.4 Rob Hollomon