HARRISBURG, Pa. – Seven District 9 football players in Class 4A and Class 2A football players were named to the Pennsylvania Football Writers/Broadcasters 2017 All-State football teams.
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In Class 4A, Clearfield quarterback Isaac Rumery, Bradford running back John Eakin and DuBois wide receiver Kyle Hopson were all named All-State.
In Class 2A, Kane quarterback Reed Williams, Brookville wide receiver Bryan Dworek, Clarion linebacker Zak Bauer and Clarion defensive back Spencer Miller were named All-State.
Rumery was the third-leading passer in District 9 throwing for 2,643 yards and 33 touchdowns while going 152 of 246 with 12 interceptions. Rumery added 359 yards rushing and eight touchdowns.
Eakin was the fourth-leading rusher in District 9 with 1,518 yards and 23 touchdowns on 160 carries. He added seven catches for 135 yards and a touchdown.
Hopson was the fourth-leading receiver in District 9 with 61 catches for 922 yards and eight touchdowns.
Williams finished fifth in District 9 in passing with 2,120 yards and 26 touchdowns while going 139 of 263 with 26 touchdowns and eight interceptions. He added four rushing touchdowns.
Dworek was the leading receiver in District 9 and the Eric Shick Agency/D9Sports.com District 9 Offensive Player of the Year. He had 85 catches for 1,406 yards and 21 touchdowns.
Bauer, the Eric Shick Agency/D9Sports.com District 9 Defensive Player of the Year, averaged 10.2 tackles per game with 41 tackles for a loss, eight sacks and two interceptions for a Bobcats defense that allowed 12.7 points per game while recording a pair of shutouts and allowing single-digit points six times.
Miller, the Eric Shick Agency/D9Sports.com Jim Kelly Award Winner as the D9 MVP, also made 10.2 tackles per game with a sack, a team-leading five interceptions and 13 passes defended.
NOTE – The Class 1A and 3A teams will be announced Tuesday.