Despite missing some games with injuries during his career, Gwaltney has alredy piled up a heap of records as a tailback. He has rushed for 5,112 yards, 90 TDs and scored 546 points during his first three years. As a junior, he averaged 202 yards per game and scored five touchdowns in three different games. He piled up those numbers despite missing two games with a broken leg.
Berry, who is Gwaltney's half-brother, paved the way for many of those yards from his fullback position. He powered North Babylon's offense to an average of 443 yards per game, and on defense as a linebacker recorded 63 tackles, four sacks and two fumble recoveries. He was also an all-Long Island selection.