John Dillow – PSAC West Defensive Athlete of the Week
John Dillow was born on a specific month day and place. He had four siblings – Effa Florence Dillow, Everett Lawrence Dillow and three other siblings.
His last residence was Jonesborough, Tennessee; and upon his death at age 96 in January 1980 he was laid to rest at Mountain View Cemetery, Oregon City, Oregon. Blanche Cloyd had been his wife.
Early Life and Education
As a sophomore, he helped the team win the Mid-American Conference Championship. Additionally, he achieved personal bests in tackles, TFL, and sacks – including an outstanding game against Mercyhurst when his defense limited them to negative-seven rushing yards on 17 attempts!
Paul Dillow and Alice Iola Dillow are his parents, while Noah Dillow is his brother and two sisters Madisyn and Haiven are part of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity at Bowling Green State University (BGSU). Noah graduated with a cumulative GPA of 3.075. He holds a 3.075 cumulative GPA as a biology major at BGSU with two siblings named Noah as well as Madisyn and Haiven who also reside with them.
Paul Dillow married Virginia M Dillow and lived together with her in West Virginia, United States. Paul passed away and was laid to rest within one month day of death at burial place. Prior to 1940 Paul lived in Indiana.
On Monday afternoon, the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference released its weekly football athletes of the week awards, and California (Pa.) linebacker Noah Dillow from California was named PSAC West Defensive Athlete of the Week for making his mark with his performance against Edinboro on Saturday with his interception returned for a touchdown and 7 tackles (three solo) and 1 TFL in that win.
Tyson Bagent and Kory Curtis of Shippensburg University were honored as PSAC East winners while Matt Feeney from Shippensburg was chosen as its representative for North.
Achievement and Honors
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Vulcans defense has been instrumental in their success, led by junior linebacker Noah Dillow with 59 tackles and five tackles-for-loss including two interceptions.
On offense, quarterback Noah Mitchell has amassed 1,200 yards and six touchdowns this season while wide receiver JaQuae Jackson leads the conference in receiving yards per game. At 3-0 in PSAC play so far, they open against Gannon on September 13th; the winner of this contest will take an early advantage in Division B play.
He is married to Dee A. Sutherlin and serves as local bishop in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Macey Harrison Noah Alexander Adelaide are his grandchildren while Ethan Paul and James make him great-grandfathers.
Dillow had an outstanding start to his season, picking off Edinboro quarterback Tyler Bagent and returning it 72 yards for a touchdown. Additionally, he added six tackles (three solo) and one tackle for loss (1.0 TFL) en route to earning Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference West Defensive Athlete of the Week honors.