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Prep’s Hollingsworth Named Week 4 2023 Jim Kelly District 10 Football Player of the Week Powered by Allegheny Grille

Cathedral Prep's Dajoure Hollingsworth

WARREN, Pa. – Cathedral Prep’s Dajoure Hollingsworth’s rushing performance helped lift Cathedral Prep to a 78-72 win over St. Francis (NY) in a game that tied for the longest ever involving a District 10 school.

Hollingsworth rushed for 248 yards and four touchdowns on 20 carries (12.4) yards per carry, a performance that earned him Week 4 2023 Jim Kelly District 10 Football Player of the Week powered by the Allegheny Grille in Foxburg.

Hollingsworth also caught two passes for 30 yards.

Eighteen  players join Summers in being honored on the District 10 Honor Roll. You can read more about what these players did in the weekly recaps found here: Thursday RecapPrep Wins in 6 OTs, LeBoeuf in 3 OTsGrove City Walks Off SharonSaturday Recaps

Luke Costello – Cathedral Prep


Preston Gorton – Cambridge Springs

Blake Foulk – Cochranton

Nolan Carey – Corry

Ben Easler – Conneaut

Shawn Pascuzzi – Eisenhower


Brandon Chambers – Farrell

Conner McChesney – Fort LeBoeuf

Jacob Stucchio – Grove City

Zander Telesz – Hickory

Danick Hinkson – Lakeview

Stephon Porter – McDowell

Bradyn Miller – Meadville

Ja’son Ellman – Mercyhurst Prep

Jackson Humes – North East

Ethen Knox – Oil City


Caullin Summers – Sharpsville

Skylar Olmstead – Union City


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Jim Kelly is the Hall of Fame quarterback of the Buffalo Bills who grew up in East Brady, Pa. and went to Miami (Fla). Kelly was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2002 after passing for over 45,000 yards as a pro, including two seasons in the USFL, with 320 career touchdown passes. He led the Bills to four straight AFC Titles. Kelly’s name on the award is being used with his permission.


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