Four L-L League football players have made verbal commitments to colleges across the USA.
Cocalico’s rising senior QB Noah Palm has committed to the University of New Hampshire. Over the past two years with Palm at QB the Eagles were 19-5.
Last year he led the Eagles to an 11-2 record and a trip to the District 3 title game.
Video highlights above are from the team’s semifinal blowout against York in the District 3 semifinal matchup.
As a sophomore he became the Eagles’ QB rushing for 1,135 yards and 18 TDs in a veer offense, He threw for 443 yards with 5 TDs.
Last season he was a two-way starter. On defense he made 100 tackles. On offense he rushed for 1,310 yards and 28 TDs while throwing 773 yards and 12 TDs.
Other L-L players committing to colleges for football are Manheim Township’s Jon Engel, Harrison Kirk and Ben Mann.
Engle will head too Lafayette, Kirk to Colgate and Mann to Yale.
The three of them led the Blue Streaks to a 10-2 record last season. In doing so they won a Section One title,
and a trip to the District 3 Class 6A quarterfinals.