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November 13, 2013

Final 2013 season statistical leaders

FAIRMONT — The regular season is over for West Virginia high school football and now it’s on to the playoffs.

The Big 10 is represented by five of its 13 teams.

Lewis County made the Class AAA field, and the Class AA bracket features Philip Barbour, Robert C. Byrd, Bridgeport and Fairmont Senior.

Only Bridgeport and Fairmont Senior will be hosting games in the first round.

Fairmont Senior’s Luke Hrapchak had the standout performance of the week in the annual East-West game.

Hrapchak, who transferred from East to West this season, racked up 167 yards rushing and a pair of touchdowns on 10 carries.

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Bridgeport’s Anthony Bonamico is the conference’s leading rusher. He finished the regular season with 1,587 yards.

Lincoln’s Ty Seibel is in second with 1,215. Injured Fairmont Senior running back Noah Harmon is third with 1,098, followed by Preston’s Josiah Nuse (1,040) and Philip Barbour’s Dylan Johnson (1,031).

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Lincoln’s Jarrod Kellar is the conference’s leading passer, surpassing 2,000 yards through the air.

Kellar completed 134 of 262 passes for 2,269 yards, giving him back-to-back 2,000-plus-yard seasons.

Fairmont Senior’s Austin Norman is second with 1,896 yards and a conference-high 22 touchdowns.

East Fairmont’s Jake Delaney is third. He threw for 1,890 yards and 19 touchdowns this season.

The other 1,000-yard passers were Preston’s Scott Stone (1,167) and Grafton’s Cole Collins (1,008).

Robert C. Byrd’s Julian Marino is at 776 yards and needs 224 yards in this weekend’s playoff game to break 1,000 yards.

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East Fairmont’s Scotty Shroyer finishes the year as the Big 10’s top pass catcher.

Shroyer pulled in a league-high 61 receptions, just short of Travis Nuzum’s team record.

Lincoln’s Dillon O’Dell finished second with 52 catches and a Big 10-leading 1,233 yards receiving.

The Top 5 is rounded out with Philip Barbour’s Al Johnson (46), Lincoln’s Anthony Gemondo (35) and Grafton’s Tyler Moore (29).

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