Clearfield’s Rumery Named District 9 Player of the Week for second Time

Press release by www.d9sports.com

SHIPPENVILLE, Pa. – After twice rallying his team from two-touchdown deficits in a battle between two of the top teams in District 9, Clearfield’s Isaac Rumery is the Week 9 D9Sports.com Football Player of the Week.

Rumery, who earns the award for the second time this season, was 15-for-24 passing for 283 yards, three touchdowns and an interception in Clearfield’s 35-28 win over visiting Karns City. The sophomore quarterback helped the Bison overcome deficits of 14-0 and 28-14. His two touchdown passes in the second half – one late in the third quarter and one early in the fourth quarter – erased the 28-14 disadvantage.

Joining Rumery on the District 9 Honor Roll are 15 players including his teammate, Micah Heichel, who caught the two late touchdown passes and DuBois’ receiver Kyle Hopson, who had his third straight 200-yard receiving night while breaking the D9 records for single-season receptions and single-season receiving yards.  

This is the final week of the Player of the Week and Honor Roll, as the regular season has now concluded.

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

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D9SPORTS.COM PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Isaac Rumery – Clearfield: 15-for-24 passing, 283 yards, 3 touchdowns, 1 interception; Twice rallied Bison from 2-touchdown deficits including a 28-14 deficit late in the third quarter – Clearfield 35, Karns City 28

D9SPORTS.COM HONOR ROLL

John Eakin – Bradford: 11 carries, 195 yards, 5 touchdowns; 1 catch, 81 yards, 1 touchdown – Bradford 56, Warren 22

Brandon McGranor – Brookville: 15 carries, 149 yards, 3 touchdowns – Brookville 49, Keystone 22

Seth Ray – Brookville: 13-for-16 passing, 198 yards, 2 touchdowns, 1 interception; 7 carries, 16 yards, 1 touchdown – Brookville 49, Keystone 22

Ty Burford – Clarion: 3 catches, 64 yards, 3 touchdowns – Clarion 40, St. Marys 7

Spencer Miller – Clarion: 7-for-9 passing, 126 yards, 4 touchdowns; 2 carries, 14 yards, 1 touchdown – Clarion 40, St. Marys 7

Mike Macefe – Clarion-Limestone: 27 carries, 228 yards, 4 touchdowns; 4 catches, 39 yards, 1 touchdown – Clarion-Limestone 59, Punxsutawney 28  

Brendan Makray – Clarion-Limestone: 20-for-29 passing, 334 yards, 3 touchdowns – Clarion-Limestone 59, Punxsutawney 28

Micah Heichel – Clearfield: 8 catches, 114 yards, 2 touchdowns; Caught the two touchdowns in the second half to help Clearfield rally from a 28-14 deficit late in the third quarter – Clearfield 35, Karns City 28

Kyle Hopson – DuBois: 15 catches, 216 yards, 1 touchdown; Set D9’s single-season receptions record and yards receiving mark during the game – Hollidaysburg 35, DuBois 21

Matt Miller – DuBois: 31-for-56 passing, 362 yards, 2 touchdowns, 1 interception – Hollidaysburg 35, DuBois 21

Erik DeLong – Kane: 33 carries, 254 yards, 2 touchdowns; 2 catches, 10 yards, 1 touchdown; Helped Kane to second straight AML Title – Kane 37, Otto-Eldred 26  

Tanner Wilson – Keystone: 9 catches, 111 yards, 1 touchdown; Returned an interception for a touchdown – Brookville 49, Keystone 22

Dylan Close – Otto-Eldred: 13 catches, 171 yards, 3 touchdowns – Kane 37, Otto-Eldred 26

Sawyer Drummond – Otto-Eldred: 21-for-30 passing, 232 yards, 4 touchdowns, 1 interception – Kane 37, Otto-Eldred 26

Stone Smith – Punxsutawney: 5 carries, 132 yards, 2 touchdowns – Clarion-Limestone 59, Punxsutawney 28

2016 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Week Zero: Braden Paulinellie, DuBois

Week One: Nick Stewart, Curwensville

Week Two: Isaac Rumery, Clearfield

Week Three: Sam Leadbetter, Clarion-Limestone

Week Four: Hunter Miller, Brockway and Michael McCloskey, Clarion

Week Five: Erik DeLong, Kane

Week Six: Chandler Turner, Karns City and Kevin Evans – Sheffield

Week Seven: Kyle Hopson, DuBois

Week Eight: Davis Gardner, Kane  

Week Nine: Isaac Rumery, Clearfield

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