Top Week 3 offensive performances in Eastern Pennsylvania

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All-Purpose Yards (400-yards or more)

548-yards, Luke Emge, Fleetwood *School record

488-yards, Luke Haug, George School

Passing (300-yards or more)

351-yards, Hunter Giesel, Trinity (3)

321-yards, Luke Emge, Fleetwood *School record

Rushing (200-yards or more)

346-yards, Marty Clark, Loyalsock Township

286-yards, Luke Jennings, Wyalusing

281-yards, Jordan Young, Springside Chestnut Hill Academy

251-yards, Keith Batkowski, Montoursville

232-yards, Tanner Kahlau, Crestwood

227-yards, Luke Emge, Fleetwood

213-yards, Hunter Gardner, Muncy

207-yards, Evan Culver, Saucon Valley

203-yards, Luke Haug, George School

200-yards, Coty Kashner, Bloomsburg

Receiving (150-yards or more)

196-yards, Mac Focht, Garden Spot

177-yards, Drew Debastiani, Trinity (3)

156-yards, Julio Galarza, Honesdale

155-yards, Jeff Davis, George Washington

150-yards, Julian Liaci, Nazareth Area

Touchdowns (4 or more)

7 – Luke Haug, George School

5 – Antwon Keenan, Bethlehem Catholic

5 – Devin Darden, Ben Franklin

5 – Luke Emge, Fleetwood

5 – Nate Koletar, South Williamsport

4 – Chris Rupprecht, Pennsbury

4 – Jeremy Walsh, Northwest Area

4 – Kyle Donavan, Susquehanna Community

4 – Luke Fetter, North Pocono

4 – Marty Clark, Loyalsock Township

4 – Matt Cavallaro, Delaware Valley

4 – Mike Stasko, Palmerton Area

4 – Nasir Boykin, Imhotep Charter

4 – Nick Anderson, Bloomsburg

4 – Ryan Stover, Upper Dublin

4 – Tanner Kahlau, Crestwood

4 – Thomas Melchiorre, East Stroudsburg North

4 – Troy Rossman, Phoenixville

4 – Tyler Cann, Lehighton Area

4 – Tyler Lynch, William Tennent

4 – Zach Thatcher, Saucon Valley

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