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15 Players to RRR Roadhouse District 9 Honor Roll

SHIPPENVILLE – For the second week in a row and the third time in four weeks this season, Port Allegany quarterback Matt Bodamer is the RRR Roadhouse District 9 Player of the Week.

Bodamer earns the Week Four award after another mind-blowing game in Port Allegany’s 70-8 win at Coudersport Friday night. The senior, who became just the sixth player in Pennsylvania history to throw for 8,000 career yards during the game, was 28 of 35 passing for 413 yards and seven touchdowns while adding 25 yards rushing on six carries despite playing just two series into the second half. It marked the second straight week Bodamer passed for seven touchdowns making him the only player in District 9 history to have seven or more touchdowns more than once in a career. The seven scores ties for second all-time in District 9 history.

On the season, Bodamer is completing an astounding 80.9 percent (76 of 94) of his passes for 1,267 yards and 22 touchdowns while throwing just one interception. He has 8,264 career passing yards, which ranks fourth in state history and second in District 9 history while adding 107 career touchdowns, the second most in school history.

Joining Bodamer in being honored this week are 15 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.


Matt Bodamer – Port Allegany: 28-for-35 passing, 413 yards, 7 touchdowns; Became the 6th player in Pennsylvania history to throw for 8,000 yards in a career (8,264) – Port Allegany 70, Coudersport 8


(Listed alphabetically by school)

Chad Melillo – Brockway: 28 carries, 161 yards, 3 touchdowns – Brockway 50, Kane 42

Alec Shaffer-Doan – Brockway: 21-for-30 passing, 316 yards, 1 touchdown; 2 interceptions; Rushing touchdown – Brockway 50, Kane 42

Brodie Zacherl – Brookville: 12 carries, 122 yards, 1 touchdown; 2 catches, 23 yards, 1 touchdown – Brookville 42, Keystone 13

T.J. Armstrong – Clarion: 17 tackles, 6 ½ TFLs, 2 sacks, 1 forced fumble; 12 carries, 26 yards, 1 touchdown

Cody Hearst – Clarion: 5 catches, 138 yards, 2 touchdowns; 2 tackles, 4 pass breakups – Clarion 56, Moniteau 14

John Katis – Clarion: 7-for-13, 204 yards, 2 touchdowns – Clarion 56, Moniteau 14

Christian Lezzer – Clearfield: 4-for-5 passing, 136 yards, 4 touchdowns; 14 carries, 107 yards – Clearfield 41, Huntingdon 24

Trey Jordan – Clearfield: 4 catches, 136 yards, 4 touchdowns – Clearfield 41, Huntingdon 24

Garrett Brown – DuBois: 28 carries, 247 yards, 5 touchdowns; Ran for 240 in the second and third quarters combined – DuBois 40, Oil City 14

Brock McCullough – Elk County Catholic: 12 carries, 161 yards, 2 touchdowns – ECC 28, Ridgway 6

Sean Jordan – Kane: 14-for-23, 217 yards, 3 touchdowns – Brockway 50, Kane 42

Tyce Miller – Port Allegany: 9 catches, 157 yards, 4 touchdowns – Port Allegany 70, Coudersport 8

Christian Falgout – Punxsutawney: 26 carries, 192 yards, 2 touchdowns; Intercepted a pass on defense – Punxsutawney 24, A-C Valley 6

Alex Feldbauer – St. Marys: 20 carries, 184 yards, 2 touchdowns – St. Marys 35, Clarion-Limestone 0

Brody Shick – Union: 6-for-16, 193 yards, 2 touchdowns; 7 carries, 22 yards; 6 tackles on defense; Led Union to first win over Karns City since 1995 – Union 28, Karns City 18


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