Top Wide Receiver for 2010

By WBNG News

November 28, 2010 Updated Nov 28, 2010 at 1:07 AM EDT

WBNG Binghamton - Now, let's take a look at the Top receivers in Section 4 for 2010.

On his first play from scrimmage this season, Southside's Jordan Shay threw a TD pass from the Wide Receiver position.

And he got better from there.....a do everything wideout, Shay averaged over 18 yards a catch, and brought in 8 td passes on the year.

A repeat performance in class "B" for Johnson City's Troy Robinson.

He matched his uniform number in receptions and was the security blanket for a team breaking in a new quarterback.
Willing to go over the middle, or on a fly patter down the sideline, Robinson is an all-around wideout.

It's hard to pick just one from the explosive Sidney offense, but this says something....opposing coaches would use their top coverman to spy on #36 Andy Kozak.

He still managed to catch for nearly 800 yards and 11 Td's, narowly edging teammate Josh Wilcey for the award

In class "D" Tioga's Matt Stahl made some amazing catches, and Walton's Nick Shiels made improbable catches, but no one had more than Seton's Andrew Trippico.

The top target for the Saints, he hauled in more than 50 catches and 10 Td's on the season.

And in class "AA" he showed his skills as a QB when needed, but Binghamton Tino Yevchinecz was best as a pass catcher.

He brought in nearly 70 balls and almost 1-thousand yards on the season, giving QB Wayne Bonsell a deep threat nearly every time he dropped back to pass.

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