Sterling Limo Players of the Week (11-9-18)

Sterling Limousine and Transportation Services of Wrightstown is proud to recognize the Players of the Week. Players are chosen based on the nomination of SOL coaches and football contributors.

STERLING LIMOUSINE AND TRANSPORTATION
PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Sterling Limo Offensive Player of the Week:
First star:  Christian Patrick, Quakertown –
On a rainy night when the run game was paramount, the senior running back was a workhorse in 11th-seeded Quakertown’s 26-14 win over sixth-seeded Perk Valley, carrying the ball 31 times for 204 yards and two touchdowns.
Coach George Banas says:  “Christian has really taken over the role of workhorse for our team.  He just moved into third all time in career rushing yards.  His display last Friday was remarkable and showed his toughness in the not-so-ideal conditions.”

First star:  Enzo Poulson, Harry S Truman – The senior fullback was the difference maker in Harry S Truman’s 27-12 historic win over Council Rock South. Poulson finished with 223 yards and two touchdowns on 32 carries.
Coach Mike LaPalombara says:  “Enzo is a very good all-around running back. He can run, block and catch. He has been a workhorse type player for us all year.”

Second star:  Shamar Edwards, North Penn – The senior running back came up big on both sides of the football in North Penn’s 26-16 win over Ridley. Edwards put the Knights on the board with a 62-yard touchdown reception from Solomon Robinson. He led the Knights with 105 rushing yards, and on the defensive side of the football, his interception sealed the win for the Knights.

Second star: Chris James, Neshaminy  – The sophomore running back had 161 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries in Neshaminy’s 35-7 romp over Haverford. In the Redskins’ season opener against North Penn, James had 26 yards on six carries. Since then he has 1,187 yards and a remarkable total of 1,213. .

Third star:  Lucas Roselli, Upper Dublin – The senior running back had four touchdowns in Upper Dublin’s 41-12 win over Phoenixville. Roselli had six carries for 54 yards and three touchdowns and also had four receptions for 48 yards and a touchdown.

Sterling Limo Defensive Players of the Week
First star: Nick Levinski, Quakertown – The senior middle linebacker is the heart and soul of the Panthers’ defense, and he spearheaded a dazzling defensive effort that allowed just 121 total yards in Quakertown’s 26-14 upset of sixth-seeded Perk Valley. Levinski finished with 10 tackles, which included on tackle for a loss, and one pass breakup.
Coach George Banas says:  “Nick is just an absolute warrior for us.  He has battled through injury and played entire games when he probably should not have because of his will to win.  Friday night he flew around more then I have seen him in a while which is a real good thing for us.  When we have him on the field I can honestly say that I'm not worried about the defense as he knows everything and what to do in every situation.”

First star:  James Koliyah, Harry S Truman – The senior defensive lineman turned in a monster performance, leading the Tigers’ defense with 18 tackles and a tackle for a loss in Harry S Truman’s 27-12 win over Council Rock South.
Coach Mike LaPalombara says:  “James continues to demonstrate that he is one of the best football players in our league. He never takes a play off and always comes up with at least one big impactful play every game.”

Second star, Sean Smith, Neshaminy– The senior defensive tackle was a catalyst in yet another stellar defensive effort in Neshaminy’s 35-7 rout of Haverford. Smith had five tackles and one hurry to lead a stout defense that did not give up a point until the starters were watching from the sidelines late in the game.

Third star, David Blay, Harry S Truman – The senior defensive lineman, who continues to improve, had nine tackles and recovered a fumble at a critical point in the second half of Harry S Truman’s 27-12 win over Council Rock South.

Sterling Limo Special Teams Player of the Week
First star: John Kohlbrenner, Upper Dublin – Kohlbrenner not only blocked a punt but returned it for a touchdown in Upper Dublin’s 41-12 win over Phoenixville.

First star:  Nate Edwards, Cheltenham – Edwards returned the opening kickoff 83 yards for a touchdown that set the tone in Cheltenham’s 28-21 win over West Chester East.

Honorable Mention
Jamir Barnes, Cheltenham –
The junior running back 98 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries and also had an interceptions and six tackles on defense in Cheltenham’s 28-21 win over West Chester East.
Zachary Gaffin, Cheltenham – The sophomore linebacker had 13 tackles to lead the defense in Cheltenham’s 28-21 win over West Chester East.
Gabe Gipli, Harry S Truman – The senior defensive lineman had 13 tackle and made his presence felt on both sides of the football in Harry S Truman’s 27-12 win over Council Rock South.
Offensive Line of Harry S Truman (Tremere Smith, Eli Narmah, Alex Fisher, Manny Johnson, Kashun Holden and Javier Salinas) – The offensive line powered a punishing running game that accumulated 343 rushing yards in Harry S Truman’s 27-12 win over Council Rock South.
RJ Macnamara, North Penn – The junior running back had a pair of touchdowns, including a 47-yard TD run that gave North Penn a 26-7 lead en route to a 26-16 win over Ridley.
Javeer Peterson, Harry S Truman – The senior defensive back, a Division I prospect, neutralized Rock South’s receivers and once against came up with a crucial interception, thwarting a scoring threat late in the first half with an interception in the end zone of Harry S Truman’s 27-12 win over Council Rock South. He also had several big tackles in another impressive performance.
Solomon Robinson, North Penn – The senior quarterback threw for 114 yards and two touchdowns in North Penn’s 26-16 win over Ridley.