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WPIAL Football Week 3 Top Performers and Dunkin’ Donuts Player of Week



PSN’s recap of the top WPIAL football’s top performances for Week 2 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.

Ryne Wallace, Kiski Area, 390 yards (17-31)
Tyler Bradley, OLSH, 350 yards (15-33)
Eric Wilson, Sto-Rox, 350 yards (16-24)
Mason Stahl, Baldwin, 326 yards (13-29)
Ethan Moore, Quaker Valley, 302 yards (15-37)
Skyy Moore, Shady Side Academy, 274 yards (7-13)
Seth Cohen, Highlands, 261 yards (16-31)
Derek Johncour, Avonworth, 259 yards (22-28)

Dustin Shoaf, Yough, 401 yards
Jake Botkin, South Side Beaver, 323 yards
Luke Kastellic, Burrell, 304 yards
Kameron Williams, Steel Valley, 218 yards
Brodie List, Beaver, 182 yards
Micah Finley, Trinity, 174 yards
Amahd Pack, Sto-Rox, 172 yards
Dominic Fundy, Beth-Center, 167 yards
Ben Maenza, North Allegheny, 165 yards
Skyy Moore, Shady Side Academy, 160 yards
Tyler Tomasic, North Hills, 160 yards

Jarren Kelly, Baldwin, 227 yards (6 catches)
Jack Colecchi, Kiski, 217 yards (6 catches)
Dino Tomlin, Shady Side Academy, 149 yards (4 catches)
Seth Fischbach, Burrell, 144 yards (2 catches)
Drevon Baldwin, West Allegheny, 143 yards (4 catches)
Rico Tate, OLSH, 138 yards (5 catches)

As you can see, Week 3 had a few outstanding performances but our Dunkin’ Donuts Player of the Week is quarterback Skyy Moore, who led Shady Side Academy to a win over top-ranked Steel Valley, which ended their 22-game regular season win streak.

The senior quarterback was lethal with both his arms and legs. In the air, Moore completed 7 of 13 for 274 yards and 4 touchdown passes. Moore threw two touchdown passes to Dino Tomlin and also to Bill Frohlich.

With his legs, Moore ran for 160 yards and 3 touchdowns. So, for the game Moore accounted for seven Shady Side touchdowns.

For his efforts, Moore will receive a gift card from Dunkin’ Donuts and is in contention for the second annual Dunkin’ Donuts/PSN High School Player of the Year.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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