2022 Sterling Limousine Players of the Week (Wk 4)

Sterling Limousine and Transportation Services of Wrightstown is proud to recognize the Players of the Week. Players are chosen based on the nomination of SOL coaches and football contributors.



Galamama ‘G’ Mulbah and the offensive line of center Donovan Frascella, right guard, Bailey McDonnell, right tackle Dylan Biddle, left guard Fabian Francois and left tackle Rocco May, Pennsbury – The senior running back rushed for 234 yards and three touchdowns in Pennsbury’s 26-21 win at Central Bucks West, defeating a Bucks’ team that had crushed the Falcons 42-14 a year earlier. The offensive line paved the way for Mulbah by winning the battle of the trenches.

Coach Galen Snyder says: “G’s a great kid, a great football player, and he did a tremendous job. The offensive line did a great job of coming off the ball, being physical, staying on their blocks the whole time, driving CB West guys off the ball.”




Tommy Day, Central Bucks East – The senior linebacker led the defense with 11 tackles – three tackles for a loss – and one forced fumble in Central Bucks East’s 21-7 win over Central Bucks South.

Coach John Donnelly says: “Tommy had a big night for us on the defensive side of the ball with 11 tackles, 3 TFL's, and a forced fumble.  He also ran the ball with great purpose when he was given the opportunity to do so on offense.  Tommy plays with an edge and high motor.  He understands the scheme which allows us to move him into different spots to increase the overall success of the entire defense and for him individually.”




Josh Grady, Cheltenham – In a contest where points were hard to come by and field position was key, the senior punter had six punts – three inside the 20-yard line – in Cheltenham’s 7-6 win over Chestnut Hill.


Coach Troy Gore says: “His punts kept us in the game with field position and made it tough for Chestnut Hill to sustain a drive.




Sterling Limo Honor Roll:
Markus Barnett, Neshaminy –
The senior running back was a workhorse in Neshaminy’s 35-28 overtime loss to North Penn, finishing with 183 yards and two touchdowns on 38 carries.

Stephen Broderick, Upper Moreland – The senior running back ran for 261 yards and four touchdowns on 30 carries in Upper Moreland’s 42-19 win over Executive Charter.

Jack Corrigan, Central Bucks East – The junior kicked was 3-for-3 on point-after attempts and also had three touchbacks on kickoffs in Central Bucks East’s 21-7 win over Central Bucks South.

Trevor Fuhs, Pennridge – The sophomore linebacker returned an interception 84 yards for a touchdown in Pennridge’s 34-0 win over Abington.

Cade Gabbett & Jake Mullery, Pennsbury – The duo were the catalysts on a defense that created havoc in Pennsbury’s 26-21 win over Central Bucks West. Gabbett, a senior linebacker, returned a fumble 70 yards for a touchdown while Mullery forced the fumble that led to Gabbett’s TD with a sack and also provided a key block down field on the runback.

Tim Lawson, William Tennent – The senior was moved to quarterback in an attempt to generate more offense, and he delivered, rushing for 166 yards and three touchdowns and leading William Tennent to its first win, 30-18 over Hatboro-Horsham.

Nate Mossbrook, Pennridge – The senior had 80 yards on four carries and a pair of touchdowns in Pennridge’s 34-0 win over Abington.

Ethan Shine, Central Bucks East – The senior running back had 214 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries in Central Bucks East’s 21-7 win over Central Bucks East.

Jack Walker, Pennridge – The junior linebacker recovered a fumble and returned it 43 yards for a touchdown in Pennridge’s 34-0 win over Abington.

Ryan Zeltt, North Penn – The senior quarterback completed 19-of-28 passes for 352 yards and four touchdowns in North Penn’s 35-28 overtime win over Neshaminy. His 10-yard TD pass to Mario Sgro was the game-winner in OT.