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October 9, 2013

A first for everything in the Big 10

(Continued)

FAIRMONT — oooooo

Philip Barbour’s Al Johnson still leads the Big 10 in receptions, but Shroyer's big night has closed the gap significantly.

Johnson has 37 catches on the year, and Shroyer is just behind with 35.

Lincoln’s Dillon O’Dell is in third with 30 receptions, but leads the Big 10 in receiving yards with 764.

Grafton’s Tyler Moore has 21 catches and Lincoln’s Anthony Gemondo has 18.

Fairmont Senior is paced by Luke Hrapchak and Ryder Skarzinski, both with 13 receptions on the year.

Chase Banker, with seven receptions, continues to be North Marion’s leading receiver.

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Bonamico and Seibel are now tied for the Big 10 lead in scoring with 72 points each.

They both have a league-high 12 touchdowns.

Nuse is in third with 68 points and is followed by Buckhannon’s Seth Cutright and PB’s Johnson with 52 points each.

Shroyer is East Fairmont's leading scorer with 30, and North Marion is led by Ryan Elliott with 18.

Bridgeport’s Brennan Duarte holds a slight edge of Lincoln’s Emily Knight in the kicking department.

Duarte leads the conference with 33 points, and Knight is just behind with 30.

Lewis County’s Riley Gunter and Grafton’s Zach Rowand follow, both with 21 points this season.

Fairmont Senior is led by Dakota Mouser with 14 points, and East Fairmont’s Colin Harvath has 13.

Rowand owns the league's longest field goal this season at 37 yards.

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