GAMEFACE: Week 3 Players To Watch
PLAYERS TO WATCH 3-Dylan Howanitz Valley View, WR-DB Hauled in two passes for 46 yards and a touchdown last week in win over Abington Heights and is one of team’s leaders in secondary. 51-Camdon Rawlings West Scranton, DL-OL Physical two-way lineman, solid run blocker and tough against the run in the middle. Had two tackles for loss against Delaware Valley. - - - 44-Noah Braid Abington Heights, FB Led the Comets in rushing against Valley View, gaining 44 yards on 11 carries. Has team-high 87 yards rushing this season. 34-Matthew Para Scranton Prep, TE Two-way standout for the Cavaliers is one of the top tacklers on a defense that posted two shutouts and had 26 yards receiving last week. - - - 4-Jawon Foushee Delaware Valley, WR Explosive player who had two catches for 40 yards against West Scranton last week and has six catches for 145 yards and two touchdowns this season. 21-Nicholas Ruggieri Wallenpaupack, RB Has been a valuable weapon in the running game for the Buckhorns and has 97 yards rushing on 18 attempts this season. - - - 5-Brandon Crusen Scranton, LB Athletic run stopper is the team’s leading tackler after two weeks. Had nine tackles in his first start in Week 1. 35-Tyler Motichka North Pocono, LB-RB Has combination of size and speed and helped lead the Trojans defense that limited Western Wayne to only a field goal when he had 10 tackles. - - - 18-Marino DePalma Carbondale Area, RB Led his team’s offensive attack with 86 yards rushing on 19 carries and added a pass reception for eight yards against Riverside. 8-Greg McDade Dunmore, WR Senior speedster who is a track standout showed his quickness on a 25-yard touchdown reception in a win over Carbondale Area. - - - 77-Mark Dunckle Lackawanna Trail, DL Physical player who helped the Lions limit Susquehanna to 90 yards rushing and recovered a fumble he forced. 1-Brendan Kanna Montrose, RB Gave Meteors a lift when he ran for 81 yards on 15 carries against Holy Cross. Has 128 yards rushing in two games this season. - - - 15-Alex Kuha Western Wayne, WR Led the Wildcats with five receptions for 33 yards in a loss to North Pocono. He has six catches for 46 yards this season. 6-Luke Bancroft Honesdale, WR Helped spark Honesdale’s win over Wallenpaupack with three catches for 88 yards and a touchdown. - - - 7-Mason Deakin Susquehanna, WR Caught two passes for 72 yards and a touchdown last week and has three catches for 103 yards and two touchdowns. 3-Tommy Souriyavong Old Forge, WR-DB Caught four passes for 68 yards and a touchdown and accounted for 48 percent of the team’s offense against Lakeland. - - - 26-Brandon Ludovici Holy Cross, WR Caught two passes for 20 yards in win over Montrose last week. 42-Colin Hazelton Mid Valley, RB A returning 1,000-yard rusher, he played role of quarterback, completing four passes for 35 yards against Dunmore.