Friday Football Roundup: Brookville Secures Fourth Nine-Win Season in School History

KNOX, Pa. (D9Sports) – Jack Krug passed for 360 yards and four touchdowns as Brookville blasted Keystone, 63-6, to conclude its regular season at 9-1 for its fourth nine-win season in program history.

(Photo of Brookville’s Bryan Dworek. Photo by Kyle Yates

Krug, who completed 20 of 32 passes, connected on scoring strikes to Bryan Dworek for 14 and 28 yards and Cabe Park for 26 and 97 yards while also adding a touchdown of his own on a 1-yard run. Dworek caught 11 passes for 136 yards while both of Park’s scoring grabs were his only ones of the game for 123 yards.

The Raiders led 42-0 at halftime after scoring 35 points in the second quarter, two touchdowns coming on Tucker Wolfe defensive scores on a 13-yard fumble return and a 43-yard interception return.

Tyler Ohls threw a 50-yard TD pass to Nick Keth to complete the Raiders’ scoring.

Keystone’s lone touchdown came on Nate Wingard’s 16-yard pass to Jayden Blazosky on the opening drive of the second half with the PIAA Mercy Rule’s running clock already running.

The Panthers finished the year 3-6 while the Raiders move on to the District 9 Class 2A playoffs at Clarion next week.


KARNS CITY, Pa. – After exchanging touchdowns on two different occasions with Karns City, visiting Clearfield rolled off 31 straight points starting late in the second half and continuing into the fourth quarter to beat the Gremlins, 45-20.

Leading 14-13 following a 1-yard Clay Garing touchdown for Karns City with 4:11 to play, Clearfield opened up an 11-point, 24-13, halftime lead when Isaac Rumery hit Spencer Graham with a 12-yard scoring pass with 1:29 to play in the half and then Jakob Sorbera kicked a 37-yard field goal with 16 seconds remaining before halftime.

After that, it was all Bison with Clearfield scoring the first 21 points of the second half to break the game open.

Touchdown runs of 29 yards from Brett Zattoni and three yards from Ty Bender and a 31-yard Rumery to Micah Heichel touchdown pass made it 40-13 with 7:23 to play.

It was the second time Rumery and Heichel connected with the dynamic duo going for 79 yards midway through the first quarter for the game’s first score.

Dalton Beham’s 10-yard run tied the game at seven at the end of the first quarter before Rumery gave Clearfield the lead for good on a 5-yard touchdown run eight seconds into the second quarter.

Sebastian Troutman finished the scoring with a 75-yard run with 2:22 left.

Rumery was 5 of 11 passing for 172 yards and three touchdowns while running seven times for eight yards and the score. Heichel had two catches, both touchdowns, for 92 yards, Bender ran 14 times for 86 yards and the score and Zattoni added 12 carries for 81 yards and the touchdown.

Troutman’s long run helped him lead Karns City with six carries for 93 yards. Beham chipped in 16 carries for 68 yards.

Both teams are postseason bound with Clearfield the fourth seed in the District 5-6-9 Class 4A playoffs where it will rematch with top-seeded Bellefonte, while Karns City is the top seed in D8-9 Class 3A. The Gremlins wait to see if any other team enters the D8-9 field. If not, they will not play for three weeks until the PIAA playoffs.


DUBOIS, Pa. – Brady Walters ran for two scores and threw for a third to help visiting Hollidaysburg pull away from DuBois in the second half for a 34-7 win.

Walters scored on runs of five and 63 yards and threw a 33-yard touchdown pass to Jack Sauserman, but the Tigers (7-3) led just 14-7 at halftime before Walters two rushing scores after the break broke the game open.

Patrick Young added a 29-yard touchdown run for Hollidaysburg, and Danny Moliver had a late 2-yard scoring run.

Matt Miller concluded his fantastic DuBois’ career by hitting Kenny Garvey with a 14-yard touchdown pass for the Beavers (3-7).

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