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Terry, Jerman make District 10 history

Quarterbacks Damion Terry (Cathedral Prep) and Austin Jerman (Warren) etched their names into District 10 history this season. The two are the only two that will likely throw for more than 2,000 yards. Terry is at 2,780 passing yards, which is second all-time behind Mark Kulinski’s 2010 season of 3,253. This was the first year Terry reached 2,000 yards.

Jerman, the all-time passer in Warren County history, reached 2,000 yards for the second straight season. He threw for 2,206 yards in 2011 and 2,091 yards as a senior. He is one of only two passers in D-10 history to reach 2,000 yards in two seasons. Corry’s Scottie Frisina threw for 2,065 yards in 2009 and 2,010 in 2010. Jerman’s total of 2,206 last year is fourth all-time behind Kulinski, Terry and West Middlesex graduate Kolten Hoffman (2,401 yards).

–Tom Reisenweber

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6 Responses to Terry, Jerman make District 10 history

  1. Mike says:

    Where does Jerman stand on the all time list for D-10? He’s gotta be up there. My sons team played him this year and he was unstoppable, just a one man wrecking crew, both on offense and defense.

  2. Tom Reisenweber says:

    I should have put it on this post but I have it in a notebook in tomorrow’s paper. Here is an excerpt:

    “In the same game, Warren quarterback Austin Jerman became Warren County’s all-time passer. He finished with 4,348 career passing yards, which is sixth all-time. Jerman passed Eisenhower graduate Cody Crosby (4,221) for the Warren County record.”

    Jerman is sixth behind Damion Terry (6,447), Mark Kulinski (6,045), Scottie Frisina (5,078), Kolten Hoffman (5,060) and John Napotnik (4,597).


  3. Mike says:

    Oh. So he must have only been a two yeat starter. Any word on if he is playing ball in college?

  4. Tom Reisenweber says:

    He was Matt Stapleford’s backup as a sophomore so he had some playing time but not much. Not sure about college yet.


  5. Paul says:

    Actually Tom, Austin was only a 2 year starter. Stapleford’s backup was Matt Jaskolka.

  6. Tom Reisenweber says:

    Jerman threw for I want to say 54 yards as a sophomore and was second on the team in passing behind Stapleford. I’d say he was the primary backup unless Jaskolka subbed in and didn’t throw, making Jerman the No. 3 quarterback in 2010. I’m not sure I ever said Jerman started more than two years anywhere though.


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