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Friday, August 30     

District 9 Football League (Large School)

St. Marys 45, Bradford 0
Brookville 26, Brockway 8
Karns City 49, Punxsutawney 7
Kane 25, Ridgway 21
Clarion 42, Moniteau 8

Non-Conference

Curwensville 20, Cameron County 0
Redbank Valley 47, Otto-Eldred 12
Keystone 29, Port Allegany 6
Coudersport 14, Elk County Catholic 0

District 10, Region 7

General McLane 39, DuBois 12

Mountain League

Clearfield 56, Penns Valley 49

Saturday, August 31

Non-Conference

Union/A-C Valley at Sheffield, 1:30 p.m.

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CLEARFIELD’S BILLOTTE  NAMED WEEK ONE 2019 D9SPORTS.COM DISTRICT 9 FOOTBALL PLAYER OF THE WEEK

 

Although just a sophomore, Oliver Billotte had a night to remember for the Clearfield Bison in a 56-49 win over Penns Valley Friday.

Billotte accounted for all eight of Clearfield’s touchdowns throwing for four and rushing for four including the game-winning 1-yard sneak with 6.7 seconds with the game tied at 49. That is the reason Billotte, who was 16-for-29 passing for 324 yards while also rushing for 39 yards, is the D9Sports.com District 9 Football Player of the Week for Week One of the 2019 season. 

Billotte is the second consecutive Clearfield player to win the award joining Jake Lezzer, who earned the honor in Week Zero.  

Lezzer is being honored again this week as one of 15 players on the District 9 Honor Roll for Week One. 

The Player of the Week and Honor Roll honors will continue through the conclusion of the regular season.  

Located at www.d9sports.com, D9Sports.com is in its 20th year of covering athletics within the PIAA’s District 9 and recently became part of the EYT Media Family of Networks which also includes www.exploreclarion.com, www.explorevenango.com, www.explorejeffersonpa.com and www.cookforest.com. The site, which is not affiliated with the PIAA in any way, covers all 24 football playing teams playing in District 9. For more information on the site, please visit it or e-mail the staff at sports@d9sports.com. The site is also active on Twitter @D9sports and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/d9sports.

D9SPORTS.COM PLAYER OF THE WEEK 

Oliver Billotte - Clearfield: 16-for-29 passing, 324 yards, 4 touchdowns, 1 interception; 15 carries, 39 yards, 4 touchdowns; Scored the game-winning touchdown on a 1-yard run with 6.7 seconds left - Clearfield 56, Penns Valley 49  
 

D9SPORTS.COM HONOR ROLL  

Jack Krug: Brookville: 14 carries, 150 yards, 2 touchdowns; 19-for-37 passing, 154 yards, 1 interception - Brookville 26, Brockway 8

Cal German - Clarion: 6-for-8 passing, 246 yards, 4 touchdowns - Clarion 42, Moniteau 8  

Austin Newcomb - Clarion: 7 carries, 83 yards, 2 touchdowns; 2 catches, 57 yards, 2 touchdowns - Clarion 42, Moniteau 8

Jake Lezzer - Clearfield: 6 catches, 130 yards, 2 touchdowns - Clearfield 56, Penns Valley 49

Jake McCracken - Curwensville: 3 catches, 79 yards, 2 touchdowns; Intercepted a pass on defense - Curwensville 20, Cameron County 0

Zuke Smith - Kane: 6-for-18 passing, 188 yards, 3 touchdowns; Threw the 95-yard game-winning touchdown pass to Kevin Shabara with 2:23 to play - Kane 25, Ridgway 21 

Anthony Kamenski - Karns City: 7 carries, 107 yards; 6-for-7 passing, 145 yards, 2 touchdowns - Karns City 49, Punxsutawney 7

Isaak Jones - Keystone: 10-for-18 passing, 173 yards, 2 touchdowns; 8 carries, 7 yards, 1 touchdown - Keystone 29, Port Allegany 6 

Cole Sebastian - Otto-Eldred: 13-for-26 passing, 235 yards; 9 carries, 58 yards - Redbank Valley 47, Otto-Eldred 12 

Ethan Smith - Otto-Eldred: 5 catches, 149 yards, 2 touchdowns - Redbank Valley 47, Otto-Eldred 12

Kobe Bonanno - Redbank Valley: 12 carries, 100 yards, 3 touchdowns - Redbank Valley 47, Otto-Eldred 12 

Ray Schreckengost - Redbank Valley: 10 carries, 152 yards, 2 touchdowns - Redbank Valley 47, Otto-Eldred 12

Paul Gresco - Ridgway: 17-for-31 passing, 201 yards, 2 touchdowns, 2 interceptions - Kane 25, Ridgway 21

Jacob Kline - St. Marys: 4 carries, 123 yards, 2 touchdowns; Helped St. Marys break a 22-game losing streak - St. Marys 45, Bradford 0

Luke Bowser - Union/A-C Valley: 9 carries, 59 yards, 2 touchdowns; 8-for-21 passing, 82 yards, 1 touchdown, 2 interceptions - Union/A-C Valley 20, Sheffield 14

 

2019 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Week Zero: Jake Lezzer, Clearfield

Week One: Oliver Billotte, Clearfield

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For the first time this season, some movement has occurred in the Top Five of the Allegheny Grille of Foxburg D9Sports.com Football Rankings and a new team has entered the rankings at No. 10

Thanks to Kane's 25-21 win over previous No. 3 Ridgway, Coudersport, a 14-0 winner over Elk County Catholic, moves into the Top Five at No. 5. Also, Brookville jumps one spot to No. 3 and Redbank Valley one spot to No. 4 after wins over Brockway and Otto-Eldred respectively. Clearfield stays at No. 1 after a last-second win over Penns Valley, and Clarion holds at No. 2 after using big plays to blow past Moniteau.

Checking in at No. 6 is Karns City, up a spot from last week, while Kane moves into the No. 7 slot moving up three positions from No. 10. Ridgway is now No. 8 followed by Elk County Catholic at No. 9 and Smethport rounds out the Top 10 at No. 10 moving into the rankings despite having a bye week.

A big Top 10 matchup this week features Karns City traveling to Clarion. Redbank Valley is also at Elk County Catholic in another Top 10 matchup.

 

RANK

TEAM

RECORD

LAST WEEK

1

Clearfield

2-0

1

2

Clarion

2-0

2

3

Brookville

2-0

4

4

Redbank Valley

2-0

5

5

Coudersport

2-0

6

6

Karns City

2-0

7

7

Kane

2-0

10

8

Ridgway

1-1

3

9

Elk County Cath.

1-1

8

10

Smethport

1-0

NR

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5

District 9 Football League (Large School)

Brookville 38, Punxsutawney 6

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6

District 9 Football League (Large School)

Kane 47, Bradford 6
Ridgway 42, Moniteau 7
Clarion 42, Karns City 14
St. Marys 49, Brockway 22

District 9 Football League (Small School-North)

Otto-Eldred 38, Cameron County 0
Smethport 27, Port Allegany 15

District 9 Football League (Small School – South)

Redbank Valley 22, Elk County Catholic 6
Union/A-C Valley 24, Curwensville 0

District 10, Region 7

Warren 50, DuBois 28

Mountain League

Clearfield 24, Central-Martinsburg 21

Non-Conference

Keystone 56, Cambridge Springs 7

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7

District 9 Football League (Small School-North)

Coudersport 67, Sheffield 6

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BROOKVILLE’S KRUG  NAMED WEEK TWO 2019 D9SPORTS.COM DISTRICT 9 FOOTBALL PLAYER OF THE WEEK

 

SHIPPENVILLE, Pa. - After throwing four touchdowns and running for a fifth, Brookville’s Jack Krug is the D9Sports.com District 9 Football Player of the Week for Week Two of the 2019 season. 

In a 38-6 win at Punxsutawney Thursday night, Krug was 25 of 33 passing for 363 yards and the four scores while adding six carries for 30 yards and the touchdown.

Ten of Krug’s passes went to teammate Robert Keth, who had 10 catches for 137 yards and three touchdowns. Keth is one of 15 players of the District 9 Honor Roll of Week Two.  

The Player of the Week and Honor Roll honors will continue through the conclusion of the regular season.  


D9SPORTS.COM PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Jack Krug – Brookville: 25-for-33 passing, 363 yards, 4 touchdowns; 6 carries, 30 yards, 1 touchdown – Brookville 38, Punxsutawney 6

D9SPORTS.COM HONOR ROLL

Robert Keth – Brookville: 10 catches, 137 yards, 3 touchdowns – Brookville 38, Punxsutawney 6
Austin Newcomb – Clarion: 17 carries, 200 yards, 4 touchdowns; 1 catch, 12 yards; Scored all four TDs in the second half after the game was tied at 14 at halftime – Clarion 42, Karns City 14
Oliver Billotte – Clearfield: 17 carries, 123 yards, 3 touchdowns; Scored on a short run with 1:54 to play; 9-for-18 passing, 113 yards – Clearfield 24, Central-Martinsburg 21
Travis Gleason – Coudersport: 8 carries, 98 yards, 4 touchdowns – Coudersport 67, Sheffield 6
Hayden Keck – Coudersport: 6 carries, 103 yards, 2 touchdowns; 1-for-2 passing, 30 yards – Coudersport 67, Sheffield 6
Jake Alcorn – Kane: Returned a punt 70 yards for a touchdown; Returned a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown; 7 carries, 41 yards; 2 catches, 37 yards – Kane 47, Bradford 6
Isaak Jones – Keystone: 8-for-10 passing, 221 yards, 2 touchdowns; 2 rushing touchdowns on 9 yards rushing; Helped Keystone score its most points since 2009 – Keystone 56, Cambridge Springs 7
Alex Rapp – Keystone: 3 catches, 135 yards, 2 touchdowns – Keystone 56, Cambridge Springs 7
Cameron Magee – Otto-Eldred: 8 catches, 220 yards, 2 touchdowns – Otto-Eldred 38, Cameron County 0
Cole Sebastian – Otto-Eldred: 25-for-32 passing, 428 yards, 5 touchdowns, 1 interception; 5 carries, 43 yards – Otto-Eldred 38, Cameron County 0
Hudson Martz – Redbank Valley: 11 carries, 82 yards, 2 touchdowns – Redbank Valley 22, Elk County Catholic 6
Jake Wickett – Ridgway: Scored two touchdowns – Ridgway 42, Moniteau 7
Noah Lent – Smethport: 22 carries, 171 yards, 3 touchdowns – Smethport 27, Port Allegany 15
Jake Kline – St. Marys: 12 carries, 105 yards, 2 touchdowns; 3 catches, 10 yards; Returned a punt 47 yards for a touchdown – St. Marys 49, Brockway 22
Caden Rainey – Union/A-C Valley: 5 catches, 94 yards, 1 touchdown; 5 tackles, 1 interception – Union/A-C Valley 24, Curwensville 0

2019 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Week Zero: Jake Lezzer, Clearfield
Week One: Oliver Billotte, Clearfield
Week Two: Jack Krug, Brookville

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SHIPPENVILLE, Pa. – The Top Five remain the same in the Sept. 10 Allegheny Grille of Foxburg D9Sports.com Football Rankings and a new team has entered the rankings at No. 10

Clearfield (No. 1), Clarion (No. 2), Brookville (No. 3), Redbank Valley (No. 4) and Coudersport (No. 5) are all 3-0 on the season and all five won last week with only Clearfield's victory over Central-Martinsburg being by single digits.

While the Top Five remain the same, the bottom five saw some movement most notably the addition of St. Marys at No. 10. Also, Kane (No. 6), Ridgway (No. 7) and Smethport (No. 9) all moved up one spot after wins, while Karns City (No. 8) dropped two spots after its loss to Clarion.

A huge Top Top 10 matchup is on tap Friday night in Brookville when the No. 3 Raiders host No. 2 Clarion. That is the lone matchup of Top 10 teams this week.

The Allegheny Grille, where you come for the food and stay for the view, is a restaurant situated alongside the Allegheny River in Foxburg with breathtaking views, stellar service, and fine cuisine. Enjoy fabulous fine dining in a casual, elegant atmosphere. Choose from the amazing and affordable "Ten for $10" dinner menu served all day Monday through Thursday. Bring your family and friends to the popular Sunday Buffet served from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and remember the Allegheny Grille offers the perfect setting for all your holiday parties, wedding, banquets and more! For more information or to make a reservation, call the Allegheny Grille at 724-659-5701 or visit it on the web at www.alleghenygrille.com or follow them on Twitter at @GrilleAllegheny.

 

RANK TEAM RECORD LAST WEEK
1 Clearfield 3-0 1
2 Clarion 3-0 2
3 Brookville 3-0 3
4 Redbank Valley 3-0 4
5 Coudersport 3-0 5
6 Kane 3-0 7
7 Ridgway 2-1 8
8 Karns City 2-1 6
9 Smethport 2-0 10
10 St. Marys 2-1 NR
 
 
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Sept. 13 scores.

District 9 Football League (Large School)

Clarion 29, Brookville 12
Kane 41, Brockway 0
Karns City 21, Moniteau 6
St. Marys 60, Punxsutawney 21
Ridgway 55, Bradford 0

District 10, Region 7

Franklin 42, DuBois 35

Mountain League

Clearfield 28, Huntingdon 16

Non-Conference (District 9 League Small School Division Crossover)

Redbank Valley 61, Sheffield 28
Keystone 49, Cameron County 12
Smethport 26, Curwensville 0
Elk County Catholic 35, Port Allegany 7
Union/A-C Valley 32, Otto-Eldred 26

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ST. MARYS’ COUDRIET  NAMED WEEK THREE 2019 D9SPORTS.COM DISTRICT 9 FOOTBALL PLAYER OF THE WEEK

 

SHIPPENVILLE, Pa. - A career night helped St. Marys’ Christian Coudriet garner the D9Sports.com District 9 Football Player of the Week for Week Three of the 2019 season. 

Coudriet was 22-for-31 passing for 452 yards and six touchdowns while also running six times for 57 yards and a score in the Dutch’s 60-21 win over visiting Punxsutawney. 

James Davis helped St. Marys in the win as well making 10 tackles and returning an interception for a touchdown, the third straight week he has returned an interception for a touchdown. Davis is one of 15 players on the District 9 Honor Roll for Week Three.

The Player of the Week and Honor Roll honors will continue through the conclusion of the regular season.  

Located at www.d9sports.com, D9Sports.com is in its 20th year of covering athletics within the PIAA’s District 9 and recently became part of the EYT Media Family of Networks which also includes www.exploreclarion.com, www.explorevenango.com, www.explorejeffersonpa.com and www.cookforest.com. The site, which is not affiliated with the PIAA in any way, covers all 24 football playing teams playing in District 9. For more information on the site, please visit it or e-mail the staff at sports@d9sports.com. The site is also active on Twitter @D9sports and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/d9sports.

D9SPORTS.COM PLAYER OF THE WEEK 

Christian Coudriet - St. Marys: 22-for-31 passing, 452 yards, 6 touchdowns; 6 carries, 57 yards, 1 touchdown - St. Marys 60, Punxsutawney 21 

 

D9SPORTS.COM HONOR ROLL  

Austin Newcomb - Clarion:20 carries, 136 yards, 2 touchdowns - Clarion 29, Brookville 12  

Jake Lezzer - Clearfield: 8 catches, 103 yards; Intercepted a pass on defense - Clearfield 28, Huntingdon 16

Sam Kaul - Elk County Catholic:12 carries, 216 yards, 2 touchdowns - Elk County Catholic 35, Port Allegany 7

Jake Alcorn - Kane: 7 carries, 73 yards, 2 touchdowns; 3 catches, 61 yards, 1 touchdown - Kane 41, Brockway 0

Teddy Race - Kane: 9 carries, 104 yards, 2 touchdowns; 10-plus tackles on defense with 2 ½ sacks - Kane 41, Brockway 0

Hunter Rowe - Karns City: 13 carries, 78 yards, 2 touchdowns - Karns City 21, Moniteau 6

Isaak Jones - Keystone: 9-for-13 passing, 237 yards, 3 touchdowns, 1 interception; 3 carries, 26 yards - Keystone 49, Cameron County 12 

Caleb Nellis - Keystone: 8 tackles, 2 sacks - Keystone 49, Cameron County 12 

Ethan Smith - Otto-Eldred: 7 catches, 195 yards, 2 touchdowns - Union/A-C Valley 32, Otto-Eldred 26

Max London - Punxsutawney: 11 carries, 105 yards, 1 touchdown; 1 catch, 4 yards; Returned a kickoff 89 yards for a touchdown - St. Marys 60, Punxsutawney 12

Paul Gresco - Ridgway: 8-for-11 passing, 184 yards, 3 touchdowns; 2 carries, 16 yards - Ridgway 55, Bradford 0 

Gabe Watts - Ridgway: 3 catches, 85 yards, 1 touchdown; 4 carries, 38 yards, 1 touchdown - Ridgway 55, Bradford 0

Braedon Johnson - Smethport: 15 carries, 137 yards, 2 touchdowns; Returned a punt 85 yards for a touchdown - Smethport 26, Curwensville 0

James Davis - St. Marys: 10 tackles and an interception return for a TD (3rd straight week he has returned an interception return for a TD) - St. Marys 60, Punxsutawney 21

Kylar Culbertson - Union/A-C Valley: 19 carries, 150 yards, 2 touchdowns - Union/A-C Valley 32, Otto-Eldred 26 

 

2019 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Week Zero: Jake Lezzer, Clearfield

Week One: Oliver Billotte, Clearfield

Week Two: Jack Krug, Brookville 

Week Three: Christian Coudriet, St. Marys 

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SHIPPENVILLE, Pa. – The top two teams remain the same in the Top Five of the Sept. 17 Allegheny Grille of Foxburg D9sports.com Football Rankings, while Kane moves into the Top Five at No. 4.

Clearfield remains at No. 1 with Clarion remaining at No. 2 but the Bobcats win over previous No. 3 Brookville caused a shakeup in the Top 10. Redbank Valley moved up a spot to No. 3 with Kane jumping two spots from No. 6 to No. 4. Coudersport, which had the week off, remains at No. 5.

The bottom half of the Top 10 sees Ridgway up a spot to No. 6, Brookville checks in at No. 7, Karns City is No. 8, Smethport is No. 9 and St. Marys is No. 10.


There are two Top 10 matchups this week with No. 2 Clarion hosting No. 10 St. Marys at Clarion-Limestone and No. 7 Brookville taking on No. 8 Karns City in Karns City.

The Allegheny Grille, where you come for the food and stay for the view, is a restaurant situated alongside the Allegheny River in Foxburg with breathtaking views, stellar service, and fine cuisine. Enjoy fabulous fine dining in a casual, elegant atmosphere. Choose from the amazing and affordable “Ten for $10” dinner menu served all day Monday through Thursday. Bring your family and friends to the popular Sunday Buffet served from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and remember the Allegheny Grille offers the perfect setting for all your holiday parties, wedding, banquets and more! For more information or to make a reservation, call the Allegheny Grille at 724-659-5701 or visit it on the web at www.alleghenygrille.com or follow them on Twitter at @GrilleAllegheny.

 

RANK TEAM RECORD LAST WEEK
1 Clearfield 4-0 1
2 Clarion 4-0 2
3 Redbank Valley 4-0 4
4 Kane 4-0 6
5 Coudersport 3-0 5
6 Ridgway 3-1 7
7 Brookville 3-1 3
8 Karns City 3-1 8
9 Smethport 3-0 9
10 St. Marys 3-1 10

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20

District 9 Football League (Small School Division – North)

Coudersport 55, Port Allegany 0
Smethport 36, Otto-Eldred 22

District 9 Football League (Small School Division – South)

Keystone 14, Curwensville 7
Union/A-C Valley 36, Elk County Catholic 7

District 9 Football League (Large School Division)

Brookville 42, Karns City 41, 2 overtimes
Moniteau 28, Bradford 0
Kane 35, Punxsutawney 0
Clarion 49, St. Marys 14, Game called at about 8:44 of the fourth quarter due to an injury
Ridgway 42, Brockway 7

District 10, Region 7

Oil City 55, DuBois 54

Non-Conference

Redbank Valley 41, Iroquois 6
Clearfield 42, Central Mountain 20

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21

District 9 Football League (Small School Division – North)

Sheffield 31, Cameron County 20

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BROOKVILLE’S THRUSH  NAMED WEEK THREE 2019 D9SPORTS.COM DISTRICT 9 FOOTBALL PLAYER OF THE WEEK

SHIPPENVILLE, Pa. - Ian Thrush did it all for Brookville in the Raiders 42-41 double-overtime win at Karns City Friday, and that is why the senior is the D9Sports.com District 9 Football Player of the Week for Week Four of the 2019 season. 

Offensively, Karns City had no answer for the speedy wide receiver who had 12 catches for 294 yards and five touchdowns. If that wasn’t enough, he made the game-saving tackle in the second overtime stopping the Karns City receiver inches shy of the goal line to preserve Brookville’s first regular-season win in Karns City since 1972. 

The quarterback throwing the ball to Thrush, Robert Keth, is one of 15 players on the District 9 Honor Roll for Week Four. 

The Player of the Week and Honor Roll honors will continue through the conclusion of the regular season.  

Located at www.d9sports.com, D9Sports.com is in its 20th year of covering athletics within the PIAA’s District 9 and recently became part of the EYT Media Family of Networks which also includes www.exploreclarion.com, www.explorevenango.com, www.explorejeffersonpa.com and www.cookforest.com. The site, which is not affiliated with the PIAA in any way, covers all 24 football playing teams playing in District 9. For more information on the site, please visit it or e-mail the staff at sports@d9sports.com. The site is also active on Twitter @D9sports and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/d9sports.

 

D9SPORTS.COM PLAYER OF THE WEEK 

Ian Thrush - Brookville: 12 catches, 294 yards, 5 touchdowns; Made game-saving tackle on Karns City 2-point conversion play in double overtime; Helped Brookville to first regular-season win in Karns City since 1972 - Brookville 42, Karns City 41, 2 overtimes 

 

D9SPORTS.COM HONOR ROLL  

Robert Keth - Brookville: 19-for-28 passing, 345 yards, 5 touchdowns; Also ran for a touchdown; Helped Brookville to first regular-season win in Karns City since 1972 - Brookville 42, Karns City 41, 2 overtimes 

Dylan Baney - Cameron County: 15 carries, 158 yards, 3 touchdowns; 1-for-3 passing, 9 yards - Sheffield 31, Cameron County 20  

Ethan Burford - Clarion: 4 catches, 90 yards, 3 touchdowns - Clarion 49, St. Marys 14 

Cal German - Clarion: 9-for-13 passing, 200 yards, 4 touchdowns, 1 interception; Intercepted a pass on defense - Clarion 49, St. Marys 14 

Austin Newcomb - Clarion: 16 carries, 164 yards, 1 touchdown; 3 catches, 89 yards; 2 interceptions on defense - Clarion 49, St. Marys 14

Oliver Billotte - Clearfield: 11 carries, 55 yards, 3 touchdowns; 12-for-17 passing, 154 yards, 1 touchdown - Clearfield 42, Central Mountain 20

Brett Zattoni - Clearfield: 21 carries 163 yards, 2 touchdowns - Clearfield 42, Central Mountain 20

Hayden Keck - Coudersport: Returned 2 interceptions for touchdowns; 4-for-5 passing, 117 yards, 2 touchdowns; 7 carries, 49 yards, 2 touchdowns - Coudersport 55, Port Allegany 0

Alex Kovalyak - DuBois: 23-for-33, 297 yards, 2 touchdowns; 8 carries, 30 yards, 2 touchdowns - Oil City 55, DuBois 54

Jake Alcorn - Kane: 11 carries, 138 yards, 1 touchdown; Returned an interception 95 yards for a touchdown; Returned a punt 65 yards for a touchdown - Kane 35, Punxsutawney 0

Aujamier Slappy-Washington - Sheffield: 16-for-22 passing, 348 yards, 3 touchdowns; 7 carries, 4 yards, 1 touchdown; Intercepted a pass on defense; Helped Sheffield end a 23-game losing streak - Sheffield 31, Cameron County 20  

Caden Smead - Sheffield: 5 catches, 200 yards, 2 touchdowns; Returned an interception 70 yards for a touchdown; Helped Sheffield end a 23-game losing streak - Sheffield 31, Cameron County 20 

Bryent Johnson - Smethport: Returned an interception 33 yards, Returned a kickoff 70 yards for a touchdown - Smethport 36, Otto-Eldred 22 

Noah Lent - Smethport: 26 carries, 174 yards, 1 touchdown; 2-for-6 passing, 11 yards, 1 touchdown - Smethport 36, Otto-Eldred 22

Caden Rainey - Union/A-C Valley: 2 catches, 66 yards, 1 touchdown; 4 carries, 43 yards, 1 touchdown; Made 7 tackles on defense - Union/A-C Valley 36, Elk County Catholic 7

 

2019 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Week Zero: Jake Lezzer, Clearfield

Week One: Oliver Billotte, Clearfield

Week Two: Jack Krug, Brookville 

Week Three: Christian Coudriet, St. Marys 

Week Four: Ian Thrush, Brookville 

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

Non-Conference (D9 Football League – Small School Crossover)

Union/A-C Valley 32, Port Allegany 7

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27

District 9 Football League (Large School Division)

Clarion 47, Kane 28
Brookville 21, Moniteau 8
Ridgway 61, Punxsutawney 6
Karns City 55, St. Marys 20
Brockway 53, Bradford 13

Non-Conference (D9 Football League – Small School Crossover)

Redbank Valley 21, Smethport 0
Keystone 57, Sheffield 0
Elk County Catholic 41, Cameron County 0
Coudersport 44, Curwensville 0

Mountain League

Bellefonte 28, Clearfield 19

Non-Conference

Bucktail 22, Otto-Eldred 12

Erie 71, DuBois 20

 

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BROCKWAY’S WOOD; KEYSTONE’S MCHENRY THRUSH  WEEK FIVE 2019 D9SPORTS.COM DISTRICT 9 CO-FOOTBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

 

SHIPPENVILLE, Pa. - Two performances that the players will remember for the rest of their lives earn Brockway’s Jon Wood and Keystone’s Zander McHenry the D9Sports.com District 9 Co-Football Players of the Week Award for Week Five of the 2019 season. 

Wood helped Brockway claim its first win of the year by rushing for a career-high 332 yards and five touchdowns on 16 carries while also throwing a touchdown pass while going 4 of 5 passing for 26 yards in the Rovers 53-13 win over Bradford.

McHenry, on a night when Keystone was celebrating its PIAA runner-up team from 1989, did something no other player in Panther football history had done when he picked off four passes in Keystone’s 57-0 win over Sheffield. He added a touchdown catch for good measure while helping Keystone earn a District 9 Class 2A playoff berth, the first playoff berth for the school in 10 years. McHenry’s four interceptions were one of the District 9 record of five in a game set by Ridgway’s Adam Handley in 2004. 

Wood and McHenry are joined by 15 players on the District 9 Honor Roll for Week Five. 

The Player of the Week and Honor Roll honors will continue through the conclusion of the regular season.  

D9SPORTS.COM PLAYER OF THE WEEK 

Jon Wood - Brockway: 16 carries, 332 yards, 5 touchdowns; 4-for-5 passing, 26 yards, 1 touchdown - Brockway 53, Bradford 13 

Zander McHenry - Keystone: Intercepted 4 passes (one off the District 9 single-game record); 1 catch, 29 yards, 1 touchdown; Helped Keystone secure a playoff berth for the first time in 10 years - Keystone 57, Sheffield 0 

 

D9SPORTS.COM HONOR ROLL  

Robert Keth - Brookville: 21-for-32 passing, 192 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 interception; 3 catches, 40 yards, 1 touchdown; 2 carries 17 yards - Brookville 21, Moniteau 8 

Ian Thrush - Brookville: 13 catches, 111 yards, 1 touchdown - Brookville 21, Moniteau 8 

Ethan Burford - Clarion: 4 catches, 161 yards, 2 touchdowns - Clarion 47, Kane 28 

Cal German - Clarion: 7-for-12 passing, 176 yards, 3 touchdowns - Clarion 47, Kane 28

Austin Newcomb - Clarion: 20 carries, 165 yards, 2 touchdowns despite seeing limited playing time with a swollen ankle that forced him onto crutches in the second quarter only to return in the third quarter - Clarion 47, Kane 28 

Travis Gleason - Coudersport: 18 carries, 177 yards, 3 touchdowns - Coudersport 44, Curwensville 0

Sam Kaul - Elk County Catholic: 20 carries, 180 yards, 3 touchdowns - Elk County Catholic 41, Cameron County 0

Teddy Race - Kane: Made 15 tackles with a sack; 8 carries, 62 yards; 2 catches, 25 yards - Clarion 47, Kane 28

Anthony Kamenski - Karns City: 3-for-8 passing, 155 yards, 2 touchdowns; 15 carries, 138 yards, 2 touchdowns - Karns City 55, St. Marys 20 

Isaak Jones - Keystone: 5-for-8 passing, 111 yards, 4 touchdowns, 1 interception; Helped Keystone secure a playoff berth for the first time in 10 years - Keystone 57, Sheffield 0

Ethan Hetrick - Redbank Valley: Recorded four sacks; 2 catches, 29 yards - Redban Valley 21, Smethport 0

Gunner Mangiantini - Redbank Valley: 10 carries, 122 yards, 2 touchdowns; 6-for-9 passing, 66 yards - Redbank Valley 21, Smethport 0

Matt Dush - Ridgway: 5 catches, 99 yards, 1 touchdown; 5 carries, 33 yards, 1 touchdown - Ridgway 61, Punxsutawney 6

Christian Coudriet - St. Marys: 17-for-28 passing, 343 yards, 3 touchdowns, 2 interceptions - Karns City 55, St. Marys 20 

Tanner Merwin - Union/A-C Valley: Intercepted 3 passes returning two for touchdowns; Made six tackles; 4 catches, 55 yards, 1 touchdown - Union/A-C Valley 32, Port Allegany 7 

 

2019 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Week Zero: Jake Lezzer, Clearfield

Week One: Oliver Billotte, Clearfield

Week Two: Jack Krug, Brookville 

Week Three: Christian Coudriet, St. Marys 

Week Four: Ian Thrush, Brookville 

Week Five: Jon Wood, Brockway and Zander McHenry, Keystone 

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SHIPPENVILLE, Pa. – For the first time this season there is a new No. 1 as the Oct. 1 Allegheny Grille of Foxburg D9Sports.com Football Rankings shows Clarion ascending to the top spot after a win over No. 4 Kane and a loss by previous No. 1 Clearfield.

The Bobcats are a perfect 6-0 and are followed in the rankings by the other two unbeaten teams with Redbank Valley (6-0) coming in at No. 2 and Coudersport (6-0) coming in at No. 3. Clearfield (5-1) is now No. 4 after its loss to Bellefonte with Kane (5-1) coming in at No. 5 after its loss to Clarion.

Ridgway (5-1) remains at No. 6, Brookville (5-1) is at No. 7 again this week with Karns City (4-2) remaining at No. 8. Union/A-C Valley moves up one spot to No. 9 and Keystone (5-1) moves into the rankings for the first time this season as Smethport (4-1) drops out after its loss to Redbank Valley.

Three Top 10 matchups happen this week with Karns City traveling to Kane, Clarion heading to Ridgway, Union/A-C Valley hosting Keystone.

The Allegheny Grille, where you come for the food and stay for the view, is a restaurant situated alongside the Allegheny River in Foxburg with breathtaking views, stellar service, and fine cuisine. Enjoy fabulous fine dining in a casual, elegant atmosphere. Choose from the amazing and affordable “Ten for $10” dinner menu served all day Monday through Thursday. Bring your family and friends to the popular Sunday Buffet served from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and remember the Allegheny Grille offers the perfect setting for all your holiday parties, wedding, banquets and more! For more information or to make a reservation, call the Allegheny Grille at 724-659-5701 or visit it on the web at www.alleghenygrille.com or follow them on Twitter at @GrilleAllegheny.

 

RANK TEAM RECORD LAST WEEK
1 Clarion 6-0 2
2 Redbank Valley 6-0 3
3 Coudersport 6-0 5
4 Clearfield 5-1 1
5 Kane 5-1 4
6 Ridgway 5-1 6
7 Brookville 5-1 7
8 Karns City 4-2 8
9 Union/ACV 5-1 10
10 Keystone 5-1 NR

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BRADFORD’S SUNAFRANK WEEK SIX 2019 D9SPORTS.COM DISTRICT 9 FOOTBALL PLAYER OF THE WEEK

 

SHIPPENVILLE, Pa. - Derek Sunafrank put his team on his back and carried them to their first victory of the season earning the Bradford running back the D9Sports.com District 9 Football Player of the Week award for Week Six of the 2019 season in the process.

Sunafrank ran 21 times for 198 yards and five touchdowns in the Owls 59-34 win over Punxsutawney. 

He is joined by 15 players on the District 9 Honor Roll for Week Six. 

The Player of the Week and Honor Roll honors will continue through the conclusion of the regular season.  

D9SPORTS.COM PLAYER OF THE WEEK 

Derek Sunafrank - Bradford: 21 carries, 198 yards, 5 touchdowns - Bradford 59, Punxsutawney 34

 

D9SPORTS.COM HONOR ROLL  

Robert Keth - Brookville: 6 catches, 71 yards, 1 touchdown; 5 carries, 21 yards, 2 touchdowns - Brookville 42, St. Marys 22 

Jack Krug - Brookville: 21-for-32 passing, 209 yards, 3 touchdowns; 4 carries, 42 yards, 1 touchdown - Brookville 42, St. Marys 22 

Brett Zattoni - Clearfield: 24 carries, 131 yards, 2 touchdowns - Clearfield 28, Tyrone 14

Travis Gleason - Coudersport: 17 carries, 255 yards, 3 touchdowns - Coudersport 73, Otto-Eldred 12 

Hayden Keck - Coudersport: 5-for-5 passing, 129 yards, 1 touchdown; 8 carries, 82 yards, 1 touchdown - Coudersport 73, Otto-Eldred 12 

Riley Davis - Karns City: Blocked a punt and returned it to the 3-yard line to set up Karns City’s go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter as the Gremlins rallied from a 9-0 deficit in the fourth to win - Karns City 22, Kane 9 

Alex Rapp - Keystone: 2 interceptions on defense - Keystone 44, Union/A-C Valley 14 

Nick Weaver - Keystone: 19 carries, 142 yards, 3 touchdowns - Keystone 44, Union/A-C Valley 14 

Max London - Punxsutawney: 12 carries, 175 yards, 2 touchdowns; 2 catches, 124 yards, 1 touchdown - Bradford 59, Punxsutawney 34 

Sam Hetrick - Redbank Valley: 4 catches, 96 yards, 2 touchdowns; Intercepted a pass on defense - Redbank Valley 39, Curwensville 0 

Paul Gresco - Ridgway: 8-for-10 passing, 130 yards, 1 touchdown; 2 carries, 6 yards, 1 touchdown - Ridgway 42, Clarion 0

Jake Wickett - Ridgway: 10 carries, 150 yards, 2 touchdowns - Ridgway 42, Clarion 0 

Jahid Bennett - Sheffield: 20 carries, 154 yards, 1 touchdown - Sheffield 22, Port Allegany 14 

Braedon Johnson - Smethport: 7 carries, 93 yards, 1 touchdown; 2 catches, 60 yards, 1 touchdown - Smethport 39, Cameron County 7 

Noah Lent - Smethport: 11 carries, 113 yards, 2 touchdowns; 4-for-7 passing, 84 yards, 1 touchdown - Smethport 39, Cameron County 7 

 

2019 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Week Zero: Jake Lezzer, Clearfield

Week One: Oliver Billotte, Clearfield

Week Two: Jack Krug, Brookville 

Week Three: Christian Coudriet, St. Marys 

Week Four: Ian Thrush, Brookville 

Week Five: Jon Wood, Brockway and Zander McHenry, Keystone 

Week Six: Derek Sunafrank, Bradford 

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SHIPPENVILLE, Pa. – For the second week in a row, there is a new No.1  as the Oct. 8 Allegheny Grille of Foxburg D9Sports.com Rankings shows Redbank Valley moving into the top spot after beating Curwensville while previous No. 1 Clarion was beaten by Ridgway.

The Bulldogs are a perfect 7-0 and one of just two unbeaten teams in District 9 with No. 2 Coudersport (6-0) also unbeaten. Ridgway (6-1) moves up from No. 6 to No. 3 after dominating Clarion (6-1), which drops to No. 5. Clearfield (6-1) remains at No. 4.

No. 6 Brookville (6-1), and No. 7 Karns City (5-2) are both up a spot this week, while Kane (5-2) drops from No. 5 to No. 8. Keystone (6-1) moves up one spot to No. 9 with Smethport (5-1) moving back into the rankings at No. 10 with Union/A-C Valley (5-2) dropping out after its blowout loss to Keystone.

There is a mega Top 10 matchup this week on Saturday night when Coudersport hosts Redbank Valley. Also, Ridgway travels to Karns City on Friday while Brookville hosts Kane and Keystone hosts Smethport Friday as well leaving only Clearfield (Bald Eagle Area) and Clarion (Bradford) as Top 10 teams not playing another Top 10 team this week.

The Allegheny Grille, where you come for the food and stay for the view, is a restaurant situated alongside the Allegheny River in Foxburg with breathtaking views, stellar service, and fine cuisine. Enjoy fabulous fine dining in a casual, elegant atmosphere. Choose from the amazing and affordable "Ten for $10" dinner menu served all day Monday through Thursday. Bring your family and friends to the popular Sunday Buffet served from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and remember the Allegheny Grille offers the perfect setting for all your holiday parties, wedding, banquets and more! For more information or to make a reservation, call the Allegheny Grille at 724-659-5701 or visit it on the web at www.alleghenygrille.com or follow them on Twitter at @GrilleAllegheny.

 

RANK TEAM RECORD LAST WEEK
1 Redbank Valley 7-0 2
2 Coudersport 6-0 3
3 Ridgway 6-1 6
4 Clearfield 6-1 4
5 Clarion 6-1 1
6 Brookville 6-1 7
7 Karns City 5-2 8
8 Kane 5-2 5
9 Keystone 6-1 10
10 Smethport 5-1 NR

 

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12

Non-Conference (D9 Football League Small School Division Crossover)

Elk County Catholic 57, Sheffield 14
Coudersport 56, Redbank Valley 0

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11

District 9 Football League (Large School Division)

Brockway 48, Punxsutawney 20
St. Marys 47, Moniteau 11
Brookville 33, Kane 14
Ridgway 19, Karns City 13
Clarion 51, Bradford 6

Non-Conference (D9 Football League Small School Division Crossover)

Keystone 52, Smethport 24
Otto-Eldred 38, Curwensville 22
Union/A-C Valley 52, Cameron County 0

District 10, Region 7

Meadville 62, DuBois 21

Mountain League

Bald Eagle Area 36, Clearfield 28

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