Lemon set a state record for receiving yards (1,616) in a season and tied two others for receptions (103) and touchdowns (23). The senior is more than a record-setting receiver, however. This season, he also saw time at quarterback, returned punts, returned kickoffs and even kicked off. He also played defense. In addition to his 23 touchdown receptions, he scored touchdowns rushing (four), on fumble recoveries (one), on interceptions (one) and on kickoff and punt returns (two). Lemon made his first start three years ago as a quarterback, only to be moved aside when record-setting Nick Elko showed up, followed by record-setting Billy Cosh. But Arundel coach Chuck Markiewicz said the 6-foot-2, 185-pound senior who will play at Syracuse next season was too valuable to leave sitting on the bench as a backup.