Rumery Named to D9sports.com Honor Roll for 10/20 Game

Press release by www.d9sports.com

SHIPPENVILLE, Pa. – Putting his team on his back, John Eakin carried the Bradford Owls to a come-from-behind 23-14 road win over Curwensville.

Eakin accounted for 191 of Bradford’s 202 yards of offense on the night rushing 24 times to get to 191 and scored three touchdowns while rallying the Owls from a 14-0 deficit.

Joining Eakin in being honored are 15 players on the District 9 Honor Roll.

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

Located at www.d9sports.com [1], D9Sports.com is in its 18th 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 [2], www.explorevenango.com [3], www.explorejeffersonpa.com [4] and www.cookforest.com [5]. 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 [6].

D9SPORTS.COM PLAYER OF THE WEEK

JOHN EAKIN – BRADFORD:_ 24 carries, 191 yards, 3 touchdowns; Accounted for 191 of the Owls 202 yards of offense – Bradford 23, Curwensville 14

D9SPORTS.COM HONOR ROLL

JACK KRUG – BROOKVILLE:_ 10-for-12, 387 yards (broke own school record), 4 touchdowns – Brookville 65, St. Marys 13

EBON JACKSON – CAMERON COUNTY:_ Intercepted 2 passes on defense – Cameron County 30, Sheffield 29

ADAM STREICH – CAMERON COUNTY:_ 10-for-22, 162 yards, 2 touchdown, 1 interception; 7 carries, 17 yards, 1 touchdown; Scored the game-winning touchdown with 4:29 to play – Cameron County 30, Sheffield 29

SPENCER MILLER – CLARION:_ 7 carries, 76 yards, 4 touchdowns; 9-for-12 passing, 108 yards; Intercepted a pass on defense – Clarion 47, Union/A-C Valley 0

RILEY HUMMELL – CLARION-LIMESTONE:_ 11 carries, 106 yards, 2 touchdowns; 2 catches, 20 yards, 1 touchdown – Clarion-Limestone 64, Keystone 12

BRENDEN MAKRAY – CLARION-LIMESTONE:_ 7-for-11 passing, 129 yards, 3touchdowns;1 carry, 7 yards, 1 touchdown; Become the third player in school history with 4,000 yards passing (4,092) – Clarion-Limestone 64, Keystone 12

ISAAC RUMMERY – CLEARFIELD:_ 7-for-12 passing, 214 yards, 4 touchdowns,  Clearfield 49, Philipsburg-Osceola 7

JT STEWART – KANE:_ 6 catches, 108 yards, 2 touchdowns; Intercepted a pass on defense – Kane 28, Brockway 17

ANTHONY KAMENSKI – KARNS CITY:_ 9 carries, 24 yards, 2 touchdowns; 7-for-9 passing, 155 yards, 1 touchdown – Karns City 33, Moniteau 19

CHANCE NAGY – MONITEAU:_ 17-for-27 passing, 216 yards, 3 touchdowns; 2 interceptions; 11 carries, 33 yards – Karns City 33, Moniteau 19

DYLAN CLOSE – OTTO-ELDRED:_ 11 catches, 155 yards, 1 touchdown – Otto-Eldred 32, Smethport 6

SAWYER DRUMMOND – OTTO-ELDRED:_ 17-for-29, 231 yards, 4 touchdowns, 1 interception – Otto-Eldred 32, Smethport 6

CLINT THURSTON – REDBANK VALLEY:_ 28 carries, 115 yards, 1 touchdown; Kicked a 27-yard field goal; Was 4-for-4 on extra points; Broke Redbank Valley’s single-season touchdown record with 24; Helped head coach Ed Wasilowski to his 100th win – Redbank Valley 33, Punxsutawney 7

JOSH AGUDIO – SHEFFIELD:_ 4 catches, 1126 yards, 3 touchdowns; 13 carries, 54 yards – Cameron County 30, Sheffield 29

CALE ALBAUGH – SHEFFIELD:_ 14-for-32 passing, 280 yards, 4 touchdowns, 2 interceptions; 7 carries, 42 yards – Cameron County 30, Sheffield 29

2017 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

WEEK ZERO: Jack Krug, Brookville

WEEK ONE: Clint Thurston, Redbank Valley

WEEK TWO: Sawyer Drummond, Otto-Eldred

WEEK THREE: Nick Stewart, Curwensville

WEEK FOUR: Dalton Beham, Karns City

WEEK FIVE: Jack Krug, Brookville

WEEK SIX: Erik DeLong, Kane and Clay Garing, Karns City

WEEK SEVEN: Matt Miller, DuBois

WEEK EIGHT: John Eakin, Bradford

WEEK NINE:

Golden Tide Down Mounties Behind Stewart And Big Second Quarter 48-19
Campus Corner: Herrington's Kicks Produce 11 Points; Grice Nets Game-Winning Goal; Swanson Qualifies for PSACs

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