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Athlete of the Week Honor Roll

September 6, 2012
Times Leader



KYLE YAQUINTA. He completed 10 of 18 passes for 139 yards and a touchdown as the Shamrocks broke into the win column with a 36-32 victory over Meadowbrook. He also had 48 yards rushing.

DAVID STEWART. He returned an interception for 33 yards and six points.


TERYN JARRETT. This senior quarterback passes for 334 yards and four touchdowns, but the Blue Devils lost a 41-34 shootout to Strasburg. He was 25 of 41 (61%).

RICKY TUBAUGH. This workhorse lugged the leather 12 times for 69 yards, while also catching 10 passes for 113 stripes and a TD. In addition, he ran for a two-point conversion and blocked a PAT kick. Defensively, he had seven solo tackles and half-a-dozen assists.

BRUCE SEFERT. Defensively, he charted 1 quarterback sack, three solo tackles and six assists. He carried the ball six times for 30 yards and a TD.


SPENCER BADIA. The strong-armed junior passed for 203 yards and two touchdowns in 31-20 triumph over John Marshall.

NICK PATRONE. Caught fives passes for 71 yards, including a 44-yard TD strike. Also recovered a Monarchs' fumble.


DALLAS FIELDS. Ran the ball 31 times for 175 yards and a touchdown as the Bulldogs rallied past visiting Toronto, 20-19. He also caught a pair of passes for 13 stripes. Defensively, he logged five tackles and a quarterback sack.

Buckeye Local

AUSTIN MARSHALL. Was instrumental as the Panthers got head coach Phil Pest his first career victory. Carried the ball 15 times for 67 yards and recovered a fumble.

ANDY STOCK. Returned a kickoff 74 yards for a touchdown and carried the ball twice for 11 yards.

Buckeye Trail

SETH DOUDNA. Caught a pair of touchdown passes in the Warriors' win at Caldwell. Also had three tackles, two for lost yardage, and recovered a fumble.

MORGAN DOUGHERTY. Had a team-high four solo tackles among his six stops. Passed for 62 yards and two scores, while also running the ball half-a-dozen times for 55 stripes.

Harrison Central

NATE OLMSTEAD. Only caught two passes, but they covered 114 yards and accounted for 12 points in the Huskies' rout of Weir.

RASHAEN MITCHELL. Enjoyed a fine evening against the Red Riders with 211 yards passing on 7 of 9. He tossed the two TDs to Olmstead.


CHINELO OPARANOZIE. Lugged the leather 24 times for 202 yards and two touchdowns. He had a pair of receptions for 18 yards.

Martins Ferry

BRIAN STYLES. Picked up 85 yards and scored a touchdown on five carries. Also returned a punt to the house from 61 yards out.

CODY SCHAU. Had four catches for 97 yards and a two-point catch.

BRANDON LAUGHMAN. Carried the ball five times for 54 yards and two scores. He also caught a TD pass.

TYLER STRAMA and ERIC FLOWERS. They combined for for 9 of 12 passing for 147 yards and two scores. Flowers scored on a 25-yard run, while Strama an for a pair of two-point conversions.

BRUCE BURGER. Charted nine tackles.

SEAN McGEE. Logged seven tackles.

Monroe Central

KOREY LAFFERRE. Senior quarterback ran 20 times for 53 yards and a touchdown in loss to Shadyside.

DYLAN SHAPLEY. Senior linebacker was charted with 6 tackles, with 1 of those coming behind the line of scrimmage. He also has recovered a pair of fumbles.

DEREK STEPHENS. Made three tackles and picked off a pair of Shadyside passes.


KAM BROWN. Hauled in half-a-dozen passes for 151 yards and a six-pointer as the Pilots finally broke through against Newcomerstown.

CODY CALDWELL. This senior stalwart completed 9 of 16 passes for 181 yards and a TD. He also ran for six points. Defensively, he caused a fumble and recovered it.


CHASE KINEMOND. All-around senior, he passed for 134 yards and three TDs in win over Monroe Central. Also ran the ball six times for 87 yards and a fourth six-pointer. Defensively, he charted four tackles.

CODY HUDSON. Landed four passes for 28 yards, but two wound up in the end zone. Also kicked five extra-points and sent two kickoffs into the end zone. On defense, he made four tackles and deflected two passes.

AUSTIN DORRIS. Caught five passes for 92 yards and a TD. Had a team-high eight tackles, two for minus yardage. He also deflected a pair of passes.

SCOTT HAMMOND. Senior defensive end was in on seven tackles, with one being behind the line of scrimmage. He also sacked the quarterback wice.

ERIC HOWELL. The other defensive end, he also charted seven stops, notched three quarterback sacks and forced a fumble.

CORY BANCO. Graded out an better than 90% on the offensive line.

St. Clairsville

MATT KINNICK. The Red Devils' field general, he completed 12 of 15 passes for 278 yards and six touchdowns against Brooke. He didn't throw an interception.

DAN MONTEROSO. This senior standout caught six passes for 183 yards and four of them went for touchdowns. He was also in on a pair of tackles and broke up a pass.

TOM PARKER. Not often does a lineman get noticed, but the Bruins now know his explosiveness. He graded out at 95 from his right tackle spot.

JAY GOSSETT. This diminutive wideout caught one pass for a 4-yard touchdown. he also was in on seven tackles.



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