Golden Tide’s Stewart Co-Football Player of the Week for Week Four; Bisons Caldwell and Lezzer Named to Honor Roll

Press release by D9sports.com

CLARION, Pa. – A pair of players, Clarion-Limestone’s Anthony Louder and
Curwensville’s Nick Stewart, who helped their teams to big wins by
accounting for five scores apiece are the D9Sports.com District 9
Co-Football Players of the Week for Week Four of the 2015 season.

Louder accounted for 328 yards of offense in C-L’s 40-20 win over
Smethport Friday completing 13 of 32 passes for 278 yards and five
touchdowns while rushing 11 times for 50 yards.

Stewart had 258 yards of combined offense including 253 yards and four
touchdowns on 23 carries and a 5-yard touchdown catch in Curwensville’s
58-28 win over Cameron County Friday.

Highlight video available at https://youtu.be/xS6Z9CmBfdw [2].

Joining the duo in being honored this week for outstanding performances
are 15 additional players on the D9Sports.com Week Four Honor Roll.

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D9SPORTS.COM PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Anthony Louder – Clarion-Limestone: 13 of 32 passing, 278 yards, 5
touchdowns; 11 carries, 50 yards – Clarion-Limestone 40, Smethport 20

Nick Stewart – Curwensville: 23 carries, 253 yards, 4 touchdowns; 1
catch, 5 yards, 1 touchdown; 6 tackles on defense – Curwensville 58,
Cameron County 28

D9SPORTS.COM HONOR ROLL

Kyle Kirk – Bradford: 13-for-15 passing, 198 yards, 2 touchdowns – Olean
(NY) 35, Bradford 19

Mark Latuksa – Brockway: 9 carries, 110 yards, 2 touchdowns – Brockway
42, Otto-Eldred 7

Caleb Burnside – Cameron County: 17 carries, 64 yards, 2 touchdowns;
Returned a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown – Curwensville 58, Cameron
County 28

Brady Himes – Clarion-Limestone: 8 catches, 143 yards, 3 touchdowns; 10
carries, 44 yards, 1 touchdown – Clarion-Limestone 40, Smethport 20

Sam Leadbetter – Clarion-Limestone: 3 catches, 105 yards, 1 touchdown;
Intercepted 2 passes on defense – Clarion-Limestone 40, Smethport 20

Seth Caldwell – Clearfield: 30 carries, 186 yards, 3 touchdowns –
Clearfield 50, Huntingdon 23

Ryan Lezzer – Clearfield: 4 carries, 106 yards, 2 touchdowns; 67 yards
receiving; Intercepted a pass and returned it for a touchdown –
Clearfield 50, Huntingdon 23

Darren Keglovits – Coudersport: 5 of 11, 113 yards, 2 touchdowns; Had
seven tackles and two sacks on defense; Helped Falcons to first win by
an AML North team over an AML South team since 2013 – Coudersport 13,
Ridgway 7

Jakob Terry – Curwensville: 10-for-17 passing, 267 yards, 3 touchdowns,
1 interception; 1 tackle, 1 interception on defense – Curwensville 58,
Cameron County 28

Noah Werner – Elk County Catholic: 11 carries, 127 yards, 2 touchdowns;
Intercepted a pass on defense – Elk County Catholic 53, Sheffield 0

Tyler Rolick – Kane: 11 carries, 204 yards, 3 touchdowns; 1 catch, 20
yards, 1 touchdown – Kane 66, Port Allegany 22

Reed Williams – Kane: 8-for-10 passing, 146 yards, 4 touchdowns – Kane
66, Port Allegany 22

Ray Hagg – Moniteau: Made 2 interceptions on defense – Moniteau 24, A-C
Valley 8

Wyatt Hetrick – Redbank Valley: 4 catches, 53 yards, 3 touchdowns; 4
carries, 35 yards; Returned a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown;
Intercepted a pass on defense – Redbank Valley 33, Brookville 7

Connor Shoemaker – Redbank Valley: 5-for-13 passing, 56 yards, 3
touchdowns, 1 interception; 5 carries, 19 yards; Returned a punt 45
yards for a touchdown – Redbank Valley 33, Brookville 7

2015 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Week One: Zach Sloan, DuBois and Jake Weaver, Keystone

Week Two: Matt Miller, DuBois

Week Three: Anthony Isabella, Brockway

Week Four: Anthony Louder, Clarion-Limestone and Nick Stewart,
Curwensville

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