Sterling Limo Players of the Week (9-13-18)

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 Limo Offensive Players of the Game:
First star:  Caleb Mead, Upper Moreland –
The senior running back was a difference maker in Upper Moreland’s 48-33 win over Upper Perkiomen. Mead ran for 283 yards and two touchdowns on just 15 attempts, and with his team trailing 7-0, Mead had a 76-yard touchdown run that opened the floodgates. The win was the first of the season for the Golden Bears.
Coach CJ Szydlik says:  “When you have an impact player like Caleb, he means almost everything to your team. I think the kids were collectively holding their breath every time he touched the ball hoping that he goes, and when he does, it’s a release, and it’s like, ‘Here we go,’ and then we’re a different football team. He’s a major factor on our team. Just him being on the field itself does (give us confidence) because everybody has to worry about him, everybody has to know where he is, and it just opens everything up for us as team.”

Second star: Jake Ventresca, Central Bucks East – The junior running back rushed for 254 yards and four touchdowns in Central Bucks East’s 41-12 win over Bensalem.

Third star: TJ Rodgers – The junior running back had five touchdowns in Harry S Truman’s 49-14 win over William Tennent.

Third star:  Shamar Edwards, North Penn – The senior running back ran for 190 yards and a pair of touchdowns in North Penn’s 33-7 win over Pennsbury.

Sterling Limo Defensive Players of the Week
First star:  Angelo Pearson, Abington – The senior cornerback recovered a fumble and returned it 65 yards for a touchdown that gave the Ghosts a two-touchdown lead in Abington’s 27-0 win over Cheltenham. Pearson finished the night with two fumble recoveries and an interception.
Coach Kevin Conlin says:  “Angelo is as hard a worker as we have had here at Abington.  He is dedicated to the team and his schoolwork, but what separates Angelo from his peers is his leadership.  His ultimate goal is to go to West Point, and I cannot find a better candidate than Angelo.  He is not the kid who pops out on film or in the program with his height or weight, but he is always around the ball and finds ways to make big plays of us.  His interception was a perfect example, as well as his fumble recovery for a touchdown.”

Second star: Central Bucks East Defensive Line – The Patriots’ defensive line limited the Owls’ triple option attack to less than 100 yards on the ground in Central Bucks East’s 41-12 win over Bensalem.

Third star: Hatboro-Horsham defense – The Hatters defensive unit allowed just 111 yards of total offense – 77 on the ground and 34 in the air - in Hatboro-Horsham’s 8-7 win over Souderton.

Sterling Limo Special Teams Player of the Week
First star:  Bryan Kelly, Central Bucks East – The junior linebacker came up big on special teams, delivering several tackles and taking it in for a two-point conversion on a botched PAT in Central Bucks East’s 41-12 win over Bensalem.
Coach John Donnelly says:  “Bryan Kelly has been a force on special teams in the punt game and kickoff game. He has made several high impact tackles over the first three games. He has also been very alert in the kicking game, securing two two-point conversions over the last two weeks. On top of that, he has been solid on the defensive side of the game.”

Honorable Mention
Tamir Berthau, Abington –
The Ghosts’ quarterback threw for 69 yards and three touchdowns and also ran for 64 more yards in Abington’s 27-0 win over Cheltenham.

Noah Kaldani, Council Rock South – The junior quarterback threw for 175 yards and two touchdowns in Council Rock South’s 27-17 win over Central Bucks South.

Wilson Krewson, Springfield Township – The senior wide receiver hauled in three touchdown passes in Springfield Township’s 43-14 win over Valley Forge Military Academy.

Max Perry, Springfield Township – The senior quarterback threw three touchdown passes and ran for another, propelling the Spartans to a 29-0 lead early in the second quarter on their way to a 43-14 rout of Valley Forge Military Academy.

Solomon Robinson, North Penn – The senior quarterback threw for 101 yards and ran for 79 yards and a TD in North Penn’s 33-7 win over Pennsbury.

Michael Terra, Quakertown – The senior running back/linebacker ran for a pair of touchdowns and also recovered a fumble and ran it back 47 yards for a touchdown that turned out to be the game-winner in Quakertown’s 21-19 win over Central Bucks West.

Julian White, North Penn – The senior standout, a force on both sides of the football, finished with 111 yards rushing and two touchdowns in North Penn’s 33-7 win over Pennsbury.