DuBois Takes Over Top Spot in D9Sports.com Football Rankings

CLARION, Pa. (D9Sports.com) – After a come-from-behind 34-31 win over previously top-ranked Karns City, DuBois moves up two spots to take over the No. 1 spot in the Nov. 2, 2014, First Commonwealth Bank/D9Sports.com District 9 Top 10 Football Rankings.

After the loss to the Beavers (8-2), Karns City (9-1) moves down one spot to No. 2, while Clarion (9-1) falls to No. 3. Clearfield (8-2) remains at No. 4 after beating Punxsutawney in the District 9 Class AAA title game, Redbank Valley (7-2) remains at No. 5, St. Marys (7-3) jumps into No. 6, Punxsutawney (6-4) comes in at No. 7, Ridgway (9-1) is No. 8, Union (5-5) is No. 9 and Elk County Catholic (8-2) is No. 10.

With the District 9 playoffs going into full swing this week, the big matchup in the Top 10 is between Union and Ridgway.

First Commonwealth Bank is headquartered in Indiana, Pa., and has nine branches throughout District 9 including in two in DuBois and one each in Punxsutawney, Brookville, Brockway, Kersey, St. Marys, Weedville and Clearfield.

As part of their commitment to the community, First Commonwealth Bank, awards 20 $1,000 scholarships each year to high school athletes (10 male, 10 female).

Located at www.d9sports.com, D9Sports.com is in its 15th year of covering athletics within the PIAA’s District 9. The site, which is not affiliated with the PIAA in any way, covers all 25 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.

1 DuBois 8-2 3
2 Karns City 9-1 1
3 Clarion 9-1 2
4 Clearfield 8-2 4
5 Redbank Valley 7-2 5
6 St. Marys 7-3 9
7 Punxsutawney 6-4 8
8 Ridgway 9-1 6
9 Union 5-5 10
10 Elk County Catholic 8-2 7

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