Every week, we will highlight some of the best linemen from the WVC and LFC presented by Honesdale National Bank. Here is Week 4:

Bryant set the tone for the Honesdale running game at right guard. The Hornets ended up rushing for 250 yards. The junior ended up with five pancake blocks to help Honesdale give Lackawanna Trail their first loss of the season.

CARTER FAUBEL, Delware Valley
Delaware Valley stuffed their run in the win over Wallenpaupack limitng the Buckhorns offense during the first half. Faubel was right in the middle helping stuff the run and taking up blockers. The sophomore finished with 4 tackles on the evening as well.

CHAZ KOVALESKI, Carbondale Area
Two-way linemen can affect plays on both sides of the ball and that’s what Kovaleski did. As an offensive tackle, he helped the Chargers rush for 219 yards. On defense, the senior recorded eight tackles including one tackle for loss.

Snyder was a huge factor as well on both sides of the ball. As the left tackle, the Bulldogs had over 400 yards of offense in the win over Williamsport. He also was a major factor at defensive end with Berwick holding to 139 yards of total offense.

The Cougars offense looked like the 2021 district champions for the first time this season and Wasilchak was a key member of the offensive line at center. The junior helped Valley View compile 365 yards of offense in the victory over North Pocono which was the Cougars third straight win.


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