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October 30, 2013

Norman turns in standout performance

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FAIRMONT — o o o o o o

East’s Shroyer is the Big 10’s leading receiver with 50 receptions on the year.

He’s ahead of Philip Barbour’s Al Johnson, who has 46 receptions.

Lincoln’s Dillon O’Dell is in third place with 39 but leads the conference in receiving yards with 921. In comparison, Shroyer has 596 and Johnson has 621.

Grafton’s Tyler Moore is in fourth place with 27 catches for 375 yards and Anthony Gemondo of Lincoln has 24 receptions for 278 yards.

Fairmont Senior is led by Luke Hrapchak with 21 catches for 336 yards and North Marion is led by Ryan Elliott with 10 for 56.

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Preston’s Josiah Nuse leads the Big 10 in scoring with 114 points this season.

The Knight running back has 18 touchdowns and three two-point conversions.

Bonamico is in second with 108 points. He’s also scored 18 touchdowns to tie for the conference lead with Nuse.

They are followed by Seibel (102), Johnson (76) and three players tied with 66 points each — Bridgeport’s A.C. Caldera, Harmon and Philip Barbour’s Dylan Johnson.

East Fairmont’s leading scorer is Shroyer with 48 points, and North Marion’s Elliott has 30 to lead the Huskies.

The conference’s leading kicker is still Bridgeport’s Brennan Duarte.

Duarte has 38 PAT kicks and two field goals on the season for 44 points.

Lincoln’s Emily Knight is next with 39 points, followed by Lewis County’s Riley Gunter (31), Fairmont Senior’s Dakota Mouser (30) and Robert C. Byrd’s Zach Messersmith and Grafton’s Zach Rowand, who both have 24 points.

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