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Westmoreland County players to watch for Week 6

Paul Schofield
| Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, 6:06 p.m.
Southmoreland's Jaden Datz
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Southmoreland's Jaden Datz
Latrobe's Trent Holler
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Latrobe's Trent Holler
Yough's Scott Houseman
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Yough's Scott Houseman
Mt. Pleasant's Luke Pieszak
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Mt. Pleasant's Luke Pieszak
Scott Houseman - Yough
Ken Reabe Jr. | For The Tribune-Review
Scott Houseman - Yough

Jaden Datz

Southmoreland, Sr., QB

Despite playing behind an inexperienced and young offensive line that's been decimated by injuries, Datz (5-11, 185) has become a team leader. He has thrown for 133 yards and a score, run for 40 yards and three TDs and made 51 tackles.

Trent Holler

Latrobe, Jr., OL

The 6-foot-3, 280-pound junior center anchors an offensive line that allows quarterback Jason Armstrong time to throw and open up running lanes for the running backs. He's starting to draw some Division I looks.

Scott Houseman

Yough, Sr., OL

The 6-foot-4, 310-pound tackle has played a key role in opening running space for junior running back Dustin Shoaf, who has rushed for 999 yards. He has a Division II offer and is getting inquires from Division I schools.

Lucas Pieszak

Mt. Pleasant, Jr., QB

Despite an off night at Elizabeth Forward last week, the junior has put up decent numbers to keep the Vikings' offense balanced. Pieszak (6-0, 175) has completed 46 of 85 passes for 686 yards and six touchdowns.

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