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November 6, 2013

Leaderboard taking shape headed into final week

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FAIRMONT — oooooo

East Fairmont’s Shroyer is the conference’s leading receiver with 53 catches on the year.

If Shroyer finishes on top he will be the first Bee receiver since Travis Nuzum in 2010 to lead the conference in catches.

Lincoln’s Dillon O’Dell takes over second place with 48 receptions. He also leads the Big 10 with 1,058 receiving yards. He is the only one with more than 1,000 yards receiving.

Philip Barbour’s Al Johnson is third with 46 catches, followed by Lincoln’s Anthony Gemondo (32) and Grafton’s Tyler Moore (29).

Fairmont Senior’s leading receiver is Luke Hrapchak with 23 catches for 394 yards. North Marion, who turned almost completely to the run game this year, is paced by Ryan Elliott with 11 catches.

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Bridgeport’s Anthony Bonamico leads the Big 10 in scoring with 132 points this season so far.

Bonamico has a Big 10-high 22 touchdowns as well.

Preston’s Josiah Nuse (114) and Lincoln’s Ty Seibel (102) are second and third, respectively, and are the only other players with more than 100 points.

Lewis County’s Metzgar is fourth with 84 points and Bridgeport’s A.C. Caldera and Philip Barbour’s Dylan Johnson are tied for fifth with 78 points each.

Bridgeport’s Brennan Duarte leads the conference in kicking with 50 points. He’s trailed by Lincoln’s Emily Knight (43), Lewis County’s Riley Gunter (40), West’s Dakota Mouser (32) and Philip Barbour’s Saige Cline (29).

Knight leads the league with six field goals made. North Marion’s Dylan Leary is the next closest with four FGs.

Gunter and Grafton’s Zach Rowand are tied for the longest field goal, both having knocked one through from 37 yards away.

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