Clearfield’s Herrington and Lezzer, Curwensville’s Greslick Named to Week 3 of Honor Roll

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SHIPPENVILLE – Port Allegany’s Matt Bodamer and DuBois’ Garrett Brown are the RRR Roadhouse District 9 Player of the Week for the third week of the 2012 season.

Bodamer, who earns the award for the second time in three weeks, not only had a huge game in Port Allegany’s 55-14 win over Ridgway but at the same time broke the District 9 career record for passing touchdowns. Against the Elkers, he was 16-for-18 (all in the first half) for 286 yards and seven touchdowns while also running four times for 51 yards. The seven throwing scores give him 100 passing touchdowns in his career breaking the District 9 record of 95 set by Derek Buganza of Brockway. He is just the third quarterback in Pennsylvania history with 100 passing touchdowns and needs 18 more to tie the state record. The seven throwing touchdowns in a game marks just the third time a District 9 quarterback has thrown seven in a game joining Buganza (eight) and Clearfield’s Chad Kroell (seven).

Brown had a monster game of his own Friday in DuBois’ 50-6 win over Punxsutawney. He ran 15 times for 295 yards (19.7 yards per carry) and four touchdowns, returned a kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown and caught two passes for 11 yards.

Joining Bodamer and Brown in being honored this week are 14 players the RRR Roadhouse Honor Roll.

The RRR Roadhouse, located in the Clarion Mall, is in its fifth year of being the sponsor of the Player of the Week award. More information on the RRR Roadhouse, which also provides catering services for any occasion, can be found at or by calling them at 814-227-2000.

Located at, is in its 13th year of covering athletics within the PIAA’s District 9. The site, which is not affiliated with the PIAA in any way, covers all 26 football playing teams playing in District 9. For more information on the site, please visit it or e-mail the staff at

The RRR Roadhouse Player of the Week and the Honor Roll are chosen by’s selection committee composing of the editors and other media members. The awards are not intended to be a solely statistics driven award and take in many factors including statistics, opponents, importance of the game, clutch performance, etc.

The awards, which are given from Week One through Week 10, are the only weekly awards given out in District 9 football that represent the district as a whole.


Garrett Brown – DuBois: 15 carries, 295 yards, 4 touchdowns; Returned a kickoff return 99 yards for a TD; 2 catches 11 yards – DuBois 50, Punxsutawney 6

Matt Bodamer – Port Allegany: 16-for-18 passing, 286 yards, 7 touchdowns; 3 carries, 51 yards; 7 TDs tie for 2nd most in a game in District 9 history; Set District 9 record with 100 career touchdowns passes – Port Allegany 55, Ridgway 14


(Listed alphabetically by school)

Kevin Kaufman – A-C Valley: 9-for-20 passing; 186 yards, 3 touchdowns; Helped A-C Valley end a 46-game conference losing streak and get first win over C-L since 1999 – A-C Valley 46, Clarion-Limestone 0

Jacob Perrin – Brockway: 10 catches, 178 yards, 1 touchdown – Brockway 35, Sheffield 21

Alec Shaffer-Doan: Brockway: 16-for-30 passing, 248 yards, 2 touchdowns – Brockway 35, Sheffield 21

Braiden Smith – Brookville: Returned a punt 90 yards for the game-winning touchdown with 3:07 left – Brookville 19, St. Marys 15

Damien Slike – Clarion: 9 carries, 105 yards, 1 touchdown; 3 catches, 56 yards, 2 touchdowns; 11 tackles, 3 sacks; Helped Clarion to 450th win in school history – Clarion 49, Keystone 6

Spencer Herrington – Clearfield: Kicked two field goals including the game-winning field goal with 3:58 to play from 29 yards. He also hit a 21-yard field goal as time expired in the first half and was 4-for-4 on extra points in a one-point win – Clearfield 34, Central-Martinsburg 33

Christian Lezzer – Clearfield: 10-for-19 passing, 165 yards, 1 touchdown; 2 interceptions; 28 carries, 114 yards, 3 touchdowns – Clearfield 34, Central-Martinsburg 33

Josh Greslick – Curwensville: 23 carries, 162 yards, 3 touchdowns – Curwensville 42, Smethport 13

Frank Kocjancic – Johnsonburg: 14-for-19 passing, 220 yards, 3 touchdowns; Helped Johnsonburg snap 16-game losing streak; Led Rams to first win over Coudersport since 1991 – Johnsonburg 22, Coudersport 14

Sean Jordan – Kane: 10-for-17 passing, 152 yards, 1 touchdown; Ran for 41 yards, 3 touchdowns – Kane 48, Otto-Eldred 8

Jonah Smith – Kane: 20 carries, 191 yards, 2 touchdowns – Kane 48, Otto-Eldred 8

Tyler Kepple – Karns City: 6-for-10 passing, 137 yards, 3 touchdowns – Karns City 20, Moniteau 7

Nick Conway – Port Allegany: 4 catches, 87 yards, 3 touchdowns – Port Allegany 55, Ridgway 14

Kennan Rankin – Union: 6 carries, 50 yards, 1 touchdown; 4 catches, 58 yards, 2 touchdowns; 10 tackles, ½ sack; Helped Union to 3-0 start for first time since 1985; Helped Union to first win over Redbank Valley since 1997 – Union 35, Redbank Valley 6

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