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Top stars, best performances in Pennsylvania high school football for games September 29-October 1

From Northern’s Cole Bartrum to Montour’s Jake Wolfe, there were several big-time high school football performances across the state of Pennsylvania

Here are some stars from football games across Pennsylvania for games played September 29-October 1.

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Cole Bartram, Northern

The junior running back went for 175 yards three touchdowns in a a 28-18 win over Greencastle-Antrim.

Ian Bates, Line Mountain

In a 24-23 win over Newport, he ran for 280 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 34 carries.

Devin Beattie, Burrell

Carried the ball 31 times for 302 yards and six touchdowns as Burrell defeated Imani Christian 41-30.

Chris Cibrone, Peters Township

In a 50-13 win over Baldwin, the junior quarterback finished with 329 yards passing and four touchdown passes.

Aiden Dishman, Newport

Despite the loss to Line Mountain, the senior running back had 234 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 19 carries.

Shawn Lee, Harrisburg

In a 48-0 win over Altoona, the sophomore quarterback threw for 289 yards on nine completions and tossed five touchdown passes.

Ty Millhimes, Lower Dauphin

The junior running back ran for 198 yards and three touchdowns against Palmyra and also threw a 71-yard touchdown pass in the win.

Marcus Quaker, West Perry

The junior quarterback accounted for six touchdowns in the Mustangs’ 54-21 win over Boiling Springs. On the round, he picked up 109 yards and scored four times and then he also threw for 79 yards and an additional two scores.

Khalon Simmons, Meadville

In a 35-0 win over Oil City, the senior running back carried the ball 23 times for 214 yards and four touchdowns.

Stone Saunders, Bishop McDevitt

The sophomore quarterback completed 19 of his 25 passes for 360 yards and six touchdowns in just one half as the Crusaders defeated Milton Hershey 68-22.

Kabron Smith, Farrell

The quarterback was nearly perfect in a 42-13 win over Wilmington, completing 16 of his 19 throws for a school-record 400 yards and four touchdowns.

Caullin Summers, Sharpsville

In a 49-27 win over Sharon, he accounted for more than 350 yards and four touchdowns. He had 247 yards passing with three touchdowns and added 128 yards and another score on the ground.

Marcus Sweeney, Hershey

The senior did a little bit of everything for the Trojans Friday night. He scored three long touchdowns, all in different ways. He had a touchdown catch (94 yards) and a touchdown run (86 yards) on offense and a kick return (91 yards) on special teams in the 27-7 win over Red Land.

Landan Stevenson, Mapletown

In a 52-20 win over California, he ran for more than 200 yards and scored four touchdowns, while also throwing for a score for the Maples.

Mitchell Tingley, Lakeview

The junior running back had 241 yards rushing and a pair of scores on 20 attempts in a 35-14 win over Cochranton.

Jake Wolfe, Montour

In a 51-0 win over New Castle, the junior quarterback threw for 404 yards and three touchdowns.