WARREN, Pa. – After a record-breaking performance, Oil City’s Ethen Knox earned his third D9and10Sports.com District 10 Jim Kelly Football Player of the Week powered by the Allegheny Grille of Foxburg.
All Knox did in Oil City’s 54-8 Route 8 rivalry win against Franklin was set the school’s single-game rushing record with an astounding 484 yards on 26 carries.
Knox had 349 yards in the first half, which put him well within Christian Cole’s mark of 383. Cole broke the record on the first play of the second half, scampering 80 yards for a touchdown. He scored five touchdowns in the game, also scoring on runs of 87, 44, 13 and 5 yards.
Honorable Mention: Christian Santiago (McDowell), Curtis Hovis (Grove City), John Amon (General McLane), Griffin Buzzell (Meadville), Ryan Tewell (Northwestern), Ryan Montgomery (Slippery Rock), Jalen Wagner (Reynolds), Ramarion Whitehead (Hickory)
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Jim Kelly is the Hall of Fame quarterback of the Buffalo Bills who grew up in East Brady, Pa. and went to Miami (Fla). Kelly was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2002 after passing for over 45,000 yards as a pro, including two seasons in the USFL, with 320 career touchdown passes. He led the Bills to four straight AFC Titles. Kelly’s name on the award is being used with his permission.
JIM KELLY DISTRICT 10 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK POWERED BY THE ALLEGHENY GRILLE
Week 1 – Curtis Hovis, Grove City
Week 2 – Ethen Knox, Oil City
Week 3 – Anthony Stallworth, Farrell
Week 4 – Ryan Tewell, Northwestern
Week 5 – Ethen Knox, Oil City
Week 6 – Ethen Knox, Oil City