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Top performers for passing, rushing, receiving in Week 11

| Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017, 12:27 a.m.
Pine-Richland's Phil Jurkovec (15) eyes a pass downfield during their WPIAL playoff game against North Allegheny in Ambridge on Nov. 10, 2017.
Nate Smallwood | Tribune-Review
Pine-Richland's Phil Jurkovec (15) eyes a pass downfield during their WPIAL playoff game against North Allegheny in Ambridge on Nov. 10, 2017.

Top performers for Week 11 high school football in Western Pennsylvania.

Passing

432 — Phil Jurkovec, Pine-Richland (18 of 20)

280 — Drew Saxton, South Fayette (19 of 35)

253 — Zach Swartz, Washington (9 of 10)

228 — Brady Walker, Gateway (20 of 31)

212 — Kavon Morman, Montour (15 of 24)

180 — Evan Honick, Serra Catholic (11 of 24)

164 — Evan Pinkerton, Union (8 of 19)

163 — John Caldwell, Ligonier Valley (9 of 19)

149 — Ben Hughes, Riverside (10 of 16)

144 — Troy Fisher, Central Catholic (5 of 11)

142 — Brodie List, Beaver (4 of 14)

133 — Park Penrod, Avonworth (3 of 6)

128 — Cam Laffoon, Penn-Trafford (9 of 12)

121 — Luke Trueman, North Allegheny (6 of 17)

117 — Derek Johncour, Avonworth (10 of 19)

112 — Zack Rocco, CW North Catholic (5 of 8)

107 — Hollis Mathis, Penn Hills (14 of 26)

Rushing

221 — Kameron Williams, Steel Valley

203 — Justin Vigna, Thomas Jefferson

155 — Nick Welsh, Washington

152 — Johnny Beck, South Fayette

131 — Jelani Stafford, California

128 — Kavon Morman, Montour

122 — Ricky Guss, Quaker Valley

109 — Cochise Ryan, California

107 — Phil Jurkovec, Pine-Richland

106 — Carlinos Acie, McKeesport

105 — Noah Harris, Riverside

Receiving

263 — Jason DeFrancisis, Pine-Richland (9 rec.)

154 — Noah Plack, South Fayette (10 rec.)

151 — Brandon Lipford, Montour (6 rec.)

145 — Isaiah Shoonmaker, Washington (5 rec.)

136 — Jackson Daugherty, Ligonier Valley (6 rec.)

100 — Aaron Tutino, Ligonier Valley (5 rec.)

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