Every week, we will highlight some of the best special teams performances from the WVC and LFC presented by Figliomeni Pharmacy Care. Here is Week 7:


Douglas is another weapon for the impressive Lions offense, but he also has made his impact on special teams. After Riverside took an early lead, he returned a kickoff 89 yards for a touchdown to help Trail win by one score and remain unbeaten.

Not enough players get credit for their special teams coverage, but Eisloeffel made his presence known this past Friday against dangerous Wilkes-Barre return men. He ended up with four tackles on kickoffs and the Warriors earned their fourth straight win.

COLLIN SMITH, Pittston Area
It was a great overall special teams day for Smith who blocked a field goal, booted a 43-yard punt and had two tackles on kickoff coverage in the Patriots impressive league win over Lake-Lehman.

Honorable Mention: Evan Laybourn-Boddie, Wilkes-Barre – Returned blocked FG 96-yard TD; P Beyon McLean, Valley View – 33-yd punt average, 2 inside 10 yardline; PK Mason Avery, Honesdale – 5 for 5 extra points; PK Rowan Laubach, Dallas – 5 for 5 extra points; PK Connor Poole, Williamsport – 5 for 5 extra points; PK Gavin Wolfe, Pittston Area – 5 for 5 extra points;

To nominate a Special Teamer, e-mail us at chris@npfsports.com by Monday at Noon.