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Moses Runs for Sixth-Most Yards in D9 Since 2000 as Port Allegany Rolls Past Coudersport Monday Night

Blaine Moses of Port Allegany picks up some of his 371 yards on the ground Monday night. Photo by Paul Burdick. Check out more of Burdick's work here

PORT ALLEGANY, Pa. – Blaine Moses ran for 371 yards and six touchdowns on 37 carries to lead Port Allegany to a 46-20 win over visiting Coudersport Monday night.

The 371 yards are believed to be the sixth most by a District 9 runner since the 2000 season.

Moses scored on runs of 22, 36, 4, 14, 24, and 6 yards and also added a pair of two-point conversion runs meaning he scored 40 of the Gators’ 46 points while accounting for 63 percent of the offense.

Touchdown runs two through four helped Port Allegany (2-2) expand a two-point lead, 8-6, into a 30-6 advantage early in the second half.

Drew Evens added 160 yards passing for Port Allegany going 9 of 20 while also rushing 10 times for 61 yards.


Peyton Stiles was the leading receiver for the Gators with five catches for 76 yards with AJ Wiley adding two for 53.

If Moses’ performance on offense wasn’t enough, he was also Port Allegany’s leading tackler with nine, including 1 ½ for a loss with a ½ sack.

Xander Brown (5-yard run) and Dylan Kelly (8-yard run) scored for Coudersport (1-3).

Kelly ran 14 times for a team-best 67 yards with Brown scoring on his lone carry, which came in the first quarter and got the Falcons within two, 8-6, going to the second 12 minutes.

But Port Allegany scored the only two touchdowns of the second quarter to take a 22-6 halftime lead.


Ethan Ott added 13 carries for 53 yards for Coudersport with James Culvey rushing twice for 53 yards.


1. Alex Holland, Curwensville, Oct. 1, 2010 vs. Kane, 419 yards
2. Austin Newcomb, Oct. 19, 2018 vs. Curwensville, 416 yards
3. Ian Corbett, Clarion, Oct. 24, 2014 vs. Redbank Valley, 397 yards
4. Alex Holland, Curwensville, Oct. 14, 2011 vs. Ridgway, 389 yards
5. Austin Newcomb, Clarion-Limestone Oct. 26, 2018 vs. Clarion, 374 yards
6. Blaine Moses, Port Allegany, Sept. 27, 2021 vs. Coudersport, 371 yards
7. Dave Richard, Clearfield, Oct. 11, 2002 vs. Bald Eagle Area 363 yards
8. Garrett Brown, DuBois, Oct. 26, 2012 vs. Meadville, 359 yards
9. Isiah Morgan, Clearfield, Sept. 26, 2008 vs. Lewistown, 348 yards
10. Derek Marshall, DuBois, Oct. 5, 2001 vs. St. Marys, 345 yards

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