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Top Performers From WPIAL Football Week One



PSN’s recap of the top WPIAL football’s top performances is sponsored by Pennsylvania State Representative Rob Matzie. We thank Mr. Matzie for being a strong supporter of high school sports in Western PA and of Pittsburgh Sports Now.

Seth Cohen, Highlands, 366 passing yards (15-31)
Seth Morgan, Mt. Lebanon, 333 passing yards (25-40)
Zack Rocco, North Catholic, 297 passing yards (11-14)
Zack Swartz, Washington, 263 passing yards (19-29)
Derek Johncour, Avonworth, 252 passing yards (15-27)
Darin Mizgorski, Shaler, 251 passing yards (15-27)
Ryne Wallace, Kiski Area, 245 passing yards (11-27)
Tyler Bradley, OLSH, 220 passing yards (20-34)
Shane Susnak, Fox Chapel, 220 passing yards (21-28)

Jehvonn Lewis, Bethel Park, 328 yards rushing
Dustin Shoaf, Yough, 299 yards rushing
Tyler Brennan, North Hills, 270 yards rushing
Parrish Parker, West Mifflin, 245 yards rushing
Jake Botkin, South Side Beaver, 220 yards rushing
Garrett Reinke, Mars, 216 yards rushing
Logan Shrubb, Keystone Oaks, 216 yards rushing
Todd Hill, Steel Valley, 206 yards rushing
Hollis Mathis, Penn Hills, 181 yards rushing
Michael Daure, Keystone Oaks, 177 yards rushing
Brayden Mihalcin, Charleroi, 169 yards rushing

Johnny Crise, Highlands, 301 yards (10 catches)
Brennan Fugh, Shaler, 204 yards (10 catches)
Jacob Johnson, Mt. Pleasant, 153 yards (3 catches)
Jordan Mollenkopf, Mohawk, 143 yards (4 catches)
Tyree Brown, North Catholic, 142 yards (3 catches)
Kenny Fine, Frazier, 135 yards (3 catches)
Matt Ulishney, 131 yards (6 catches)
Anthony Mendocino, 128 yards (6 catches)

From a team perspective, we’d like to recognize a couple big accomplishments:

**Charleroi beat #1 ranked Washington, 64-33, which ended Washington’s 39-game regular reason win streak.

**Also, congrats to Upper St. Clair head coach Jim Render who won his 400th career game as head coach.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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