Salamanca's Chad Bartoszek & Wayne's Dave Marean earn high school coach of the week honors | Week 3
The Buffalo Bills and ADPRO Sports are proud to once again partner to recognize some of the best coaches that Western New York has to offer through the 2021 High School Football Coach of the Week Program.
The Bills and ADPRO Sports will be awarding varsity head coaches with the Coach of the Week Award to highlight not only their team's achievements on the field, but also some of the work they are doing off the field in their communities. We will announce winners from the Buffalo and Rochester Regions over the course of 11 weeks, with both regions Coach of the Year being named at halftime of the Bills vs Falcons game on Jan. 2, 2022 at Highmark Stadium.
Each Coach of the Week winner will receive an $1,000 grant from the Buffalo Bills and ADPRO Sports. The respective Coach of the Year winners will also receive an additional $1,000 for their programs.
Winners will be selected by a panel of local high school football experts based on nominations which include information on the coach's commitment to their community and school, team academic performance, team off-the-field community service, coach/team support of youth football in their community, and health and safety protocols for their players.
Buffalo Region Coach of the Week # 3
Salamanca coach Chad Bartoszek was named the Buffalo Region's Coach of the Week for Week 3 after leading his squad to a 41-12 win over Allegany-Limestone.
Salamanca is now 3-0 on the season — the first time the team has won its three opening games in over two decades. Also, the win over A-L was played in front of a large home crowd in the community's new Veteran's Park, complete with turf, new lights and a video scoreboard.
Freshman QB Maddox Isaac started once again for Salamanca, lighting things up by going 7 for 10 with 201 passing yards and three touchdown passes. Isaac found Lucus Brown (4 receptions, 130 yards, 2 TDs) early and often, while the rushing attack was paced by Jesse Stahlman (150 yards, 1 TD) and Joshua Aumun (80 yards, 2 TDs). Cole Hedlund hauled in Isaac's other TD toss.
Several names made their presence felt on 'D,' including Kody Shinners (5.5 tackles), Jesse Stahlman and Tre Turner (4.5 tackles each), Jaxon Tarr (4 tackles, 1 sack) and Harley Hoag (2 tackles, 1 INT).