Every week, we will highlight some of the best linemen from the WVC and LFC presented by Honesdale National Bank. Here is Week 6:

JACOB ALLBAUGH, Delaware Valley
Allbaugh was dominant on both sides of the football for Delaware Valley. He stuffed the run game in middle as the team held North Pocono to 140 total yards. On offense, he led a rushing attack that accumulated a season-high 331 yards.


YOVANNY MARTINEZ, Holy Redeemer
The Royals put up points and also got their first shutout of the season. Right in the middle of it was Martinez who had five tackles, two sacks for negative 12 yards, and four quarterback hurries. He also played offensive tackle as Redeemer ran for a season-high 201 yards.


KEITH PRITCHYK, Scranton Prep
Pritchyk was another lineman who shined on both sides of the ball. On offense, the Cavaliers produced 358 yards of total offense while Pritchyk was all over the field on defense producing nine tackles, two tackles for loss, a forced fumble and a quarterback hurry.


CHRIS SMOLENAK, Crestwood
The Comets continue to run over opponents and Smolenak has been one of the key offensive lineman on the unit that has dominated most of their oppponents. Crestwood ran for 516 yards against Wilkes-Barre and had their tailback rush for over 300 yards.


ADAM WORMUTH, Lakeland
The Chiefs offense is a machine and Wormuth has been the anchor of the offensive line all season long. Lakeland scored 40+ points for the fifth time this season and Wormuth has been nearly flawless in his pass protection for one of best quarterbacks in the area. He also plays defensive tackle and helped hold Honesdale to zero touchdowns last Friday.

 

To nominate a Gridiron Grinder Lineman, e-mail us at chris@npfsports.com by Monday at Noon.