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Week 6's top performers in passing, rushing, receiving

| Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017, 1:18 a.m.

Top performers for Week 6 high school football in Western Pennsylvania.

Passing

471 — Braeden Burchfield, Altoona (23 of 33)

316 — Justin Sliwoski, Hempfield (17 of 28)

309 — Reed Bruggeman, Chartiers Valley (10 of 16)

280 — Brady Walker, Gateway (21 of 29)

278 — Drew Saxton, South Fayette (14 of 19)

266 — Derek Johncour, Avonworth (15 of 29)

265 — Seth Cohen, Highlands (18 of 38)

248 — Daren Mizgorski, Shaler (13 of 27)

246 — Tamaine Underwood, East Allegheny (15 of 29)

237 — Damon Smith, South Park (7 of 8)

235 — Logan Shrubb, Keystone Oaks (15 of 22)

221 — Zack Swartz, Washington (11 of 13)

220 — Domonick Lewellen, Albert Gallatin (12 of 29)

218 — Jack Salopek, Norwin (24 of 37)

218 — Luke Thomas, Indiana (19 of 41)

213 — Deion Liddell, Sto-Rox (13 of 14)

204 — Dawson Porter, Armstrong (19 of 28)

196 — Ryan Gibbons, Ellwood City (9 of 17)

192 — Matt Banbury, Seton LaSalle (11 of 17)

191 — Zachary Benedict, Elizabeth Forward (9 of 14)

188 — Ricky Guss, Quaker Valley (12 of 16)

187 — Michael Trent, Brentwood (16 of 22)

185 — Conner Basinger, Laurel Highlands (10 of 16)

182 — Jake Herrit, Knoch (6 of 8)

177 — Zaier Harrison, Cornell (13 of 21)

175 — Geno Pellegrini, Charleroi (6 of 8)

172 — Robert Kennedy, Jeannette (13 of 19)

172 — Zack Rocco, CWNC (8 of 13)

165 — Hollis Mathis, Penn Hills (12 of 22)

164 — Tyler Bradley, OLSH (11 of 28)

152 — JD Celashi, Frazier (7 of 8)

151 — John Caldwell, Ligonier Valley (11 of 16)

148 — Seth Tatrn, Burrell (10 of 18)

134 — Will Hirt, North Hills (6 of 15)

133 — Jon Quinque, Canon-McMillan (11 of 17)

126 — Seth Fehrs, Neshannock (7 of 19)

123 — James Stocker, Mt. Lebanon (12 of 16)

119 — Jeddy Young, Western Beaver (10 of 16)

117 — Troy Fisher, Central Catholic (7 of 7)

117 — Josh Jones, Springdale (7 of 10)

115 — Ryan Lounder, Burgettstown (5 of 7)

114 — Ross Andersson, Hampton (9 of 13)

113 — Maclaine Greiner, Carlynton (5 of 19)

113 — Ryne Wallace, Kiski Area (8 of 13)

110 — Ben Hughes, Riverside (6 of 17)

110 — Eric Wilson, Sto-Rox (8 of 14)

107 — Anthony Chiccitt, Bethel Park (8 of 14)

106 — Kavon Morman, Montour (7 of 14)

102 — Ronnell Lawrence, Steel Valley (2 of 2)

100 — Brodie List, Beaver (7 of 10)

Rushing

237 — Ben Jackson, West Greene

223 — Braydon Cameron, Mohawk

213 — Layton Jordan, McKeesport

211 — Mason Pascoe, Belle Vernon

208 — Dylan Rush, Mapletown

195 — Micah Morris, Fox Chapel

187 — Michael Daure, Keystone Oaks

180 — Colten Davidson, Jefferson-Morgan

176 — Kenny Gawley, Blackhawk

173 — Lionel Deanes, Seton LaSalle

173 — Joe Meinert, CWNC

173 — Ivan Stapcheck, Knoch

172 — Marcus Hooker, New Castle

167 — Joey Koroly, Trinity

163 — Nate Leopold, Franklin Regional

153 — Tyler Sabo, Hopewell

150 — Carlinos Acie, McKeesport

149 — Gino Mavero, Beaver

147 — Johnny Beck, South Fayette

145 — John Gay IV, Penn-Trafford

145 — Robert Kennedy, Jeannette

143 — Josh Tomason, New Castle

141 — Brayden Jones, Montour

138 — Nick Welsh, Washington

135 — Nic Speer, Burgettstown

134 — Parrish Parker, West Mifflin

132 — Juwan Mitchell, South Allegheny

131 — Jaeden Gordan, Central Valley

129 — Khalil Weathers, Central Catholic

125 — JD Celaschi, Frazier

125 — Elijah Turner, Canon-McMillan

124 — Owen English, Avella

120 — Trevor Anderson, Beth-Center

116 — Colt Robb, Plum

115 — Angelo Priore, Baldwin

115 — Noah Yates, Beaver

113 — Jeddy Young, Western Beaver

112 — Antonio LaSota, Mt. Lebanon

109 — Joey Kremer, Shaler

107 — Matt Banbury, Seton LaSalle

105 — Damon Smith, South Park

104 — Avante McKenzie, Aliquippa

104 — Hunter Perry, Charleroi

103 — LeMarcus Cleckley, Riverside

101 — John Harper, McKeesport

100 — Tony Meredith, Woodland Hills

Receiving

220 — Devin Turner, South Park (5 rec.)

217 — Turner Grau, Avonworth (9 rec.)

177 — Luca Botti, Ellwood City (5 rec.)

169 — Evan Vickless, Brentwood (8 rec.)

164 — Nate Bricker, Albert Gallatin (7 rec.)

157 — Anthony Doyle, Chartiers Valley (5 rec.)

153 — Tyler Hrivnak, Keystone Oaks (5 rec.)

150 — Carlos Carter, Indiana (9 rec.)

136 — Ryan Signorella, Highlands (3 rec.)

121 — Brian Colarusso, Shaler (6 rec.)

119 — Dozhay Crumb, Ambridge (5 rec.)

119 — Isaiah DiAndreth, Hempfield (5 rec.)

115 — Michael Battaglia, Shaler (4 rec.)

115 — Jamar Shegog, Seton LaSalle (4 rec.)

105 — Sedric Riddick, Sto-Rox (5 rec.)

105 — Tanner Stivason, Armstrong (9 rec.)

104 — Braden Brose, Hempfield (7 rec.)

100 — Jackson Daugherty, Ligonier Valley (5 rec.)

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