Klopacz's St. Joseph's team moved to 2-0 on the year with a 35-0 shutout of Teaneck. He has seen a majority of his snaps at tight end and though he has no catches through the first two games he has been instrumental in establishing a running game that has eight touchdowns with an average of 6.9 yards per carry. Next, St. Joe's will face Hackensack.
Alim "Abe" Koroma
The defensive tackle was instrumental in limiting Annville-Cleona to one touchdown in a 35-7 win this past weekend. Koroma spent the better part the game facing double teams, which opened up his counterpart at defensive tackle, Dontey Blakey, to penetrate the pocket. Next up the Spartans face Trinity.
McEowen was named Player of the Game and led Neshaminy to a shutout of Central Bucks South 48-0. In the process the defensive tackle pulled down four tackles (two for loss) and a sack. Through the first three games in 2005, He has totaled 24 tackles with seven tackles for loss. He also saw action at offensive tackle where he is called "a key ingredient to the success of the Redskin offense." Next Neshaminy faces Abington.
Ogbu's Millford Academy had a bye this past weekend.
Brackett opened his season with a 13-for-20 (65 percent), 242-yard and four-touchdown performance to lead his Cardinal squad to a 42-19 win over Princeton. His performance included a 22-yard touchdown pass and a 55-yard run off a quarterback draw.
Stay tuned to Fight On State for performance updates on Penn State's Class of 2006.
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