D9Sports.com Week 10 Recaps: Brookville Blanked by Clarion, 58-0

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BROOKVILLE, Pa. – Clarion clinched its eighth straight District 9 Class A playoff spot with a 58-0 win at Brookville Friday night.

With the win, the Bobcats (6-4) are the second-place team out of the KSAC Small School Division and with it the third-seed in the District 9 Class A playoffs, which start next week. A loss would have knocked Clarion from the postseason.

The Bobcats wasted little time making sure a loss wasn’t going to happen, though. Colton Rapp scored on a 3-yard run 54 seconds into the game and then scored again three minutes later on a 4-yard run. By the end of the first quarter it was 20-0 Clarion, and things kept rolling in the second quarter with 25 more points to make it 45-0 at the break.

Clarion didn’t need a ton of yards to score its 58 points racking up just 281 thanks in part to six Brookville turnovers and another situation where the Raiders fumbled a punt snap but recovered on fourth down giving the Bobcats a shortfield.

Meanwhile, Brookville’s offense did nothing. In fact, it did worse than nothing actually with the Raiders (2-8) finishing with minus-9 of total offense with one first down, which came with just 8:25 to play.

Mike McCloskey also scored a pair of second-quarter touchdown runs, and Spencer Miller, Ty Burford, Josh Kriebel, Dominic Fleming and Korbin Schill each scored with Spencer Miller’s was on an 8-yard run, Burford’s came on a 42-yard interception return, Kriebel’s on a 21-yard pass from Bo Miller, Fleming’s on a 10-yard pass from Traeson Douglas and Schill’s on an 18-yard scamper.

Kriebel ran three times for 52 yards and had two catches for 38 yards and Schill had a team-high 11 totes for 51 yards. Spencer Miller joined Burford with interceptions.

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