The Times West Virginian


October 16, 2013

Bridgeport, Bonamico running away from Big 10


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Shroyer has taken over the Big 10 receiving lead from PB's Al Johnson with 41 catches on the year.

Johnson has 40 on the season and a slight edge in receiving yards with 499 to Shroyer's 497.

Lincoln’s Dillon O’Dell has 36 catches, but leads the Big 10 with 880 receiving yards.

Grafton’s Tyler Moore (21) and Lincoln’s Anthony Gemondo (20) are the remainder of the Top 5.

Fairmont Senior’s Ryder Skarzinski and Luke Hrapchak both have 14 catches on the year and North Marion’s Chase Banker leads the Huskies with seven.

The conference has 14 other players who have caught 10 or more passes so far this season.

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Seibel is the conference's leading scorer with 96 points on a league-high 16 touchdowns.

Bonamico is just behind with 15 TDs and 90 points.

After that there is a large gap.

Preston’s Nuse is third with 68 and the Indians’ Caldera is next with 60.

Metzgar comes in fifth with 54 points.

Marion County is led by Harmon with 48 points. East Fairmont’s Shroyer has 42 and North’s Ryan Elliott has 18 points.

Bridgeport’s Brennan Duarte leads the Big 10 with 38 kicking points, with Lincoln’s Emily Knight just trailing with 37.

Knight has kicked a league-high five field goals.

Fairmont Senior’s Dakota Mouser leads Marion County with 19 points. East Fairmont's Colin Harvath has 13 and North Marion's Dylan Leary has nine.


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