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Otto-Eldred’s Schenfield Named Week Seven District 9 Jim Kelly POW Powered by the Allegheny Grille

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WARREN, Pa. – Some question marks surrounding Otto-Eldred’s playoff worthiness existed going into Week 7, but Andrew Schenfield and the Terrors offense put all of those to rest in a 39-18 win at Coudersport.

Schenfield threw for a career-best 396 yards and six touchdowns in the win going 21 of 33 passing and is the Week 7 2022 YDL Sports Network Player of the Week powered by the Allegheny Grille in Foxburg because of it.

Additional players who need to be mentioned who had fantastic weeks – it should be kept in mind that stats are not the sole driver of the Player of the Week with such important factors including opponent, the importance of the game, clutch play, and others equally weighed – include Schenfield’s Terror team teammate Ray’Shene Thomas (7 catches, 197 yards, 4 TDs), Coudersport’s Ethan Ott (26 carries, 237 yards, 3 TDs), Brookville’s Jackson Zimmerman, last week’s winner (23 carries, 233 yards, 2 TDs), Central Clarion’s Ashton Rex (3 catches, 83 yards, 2 TDs; Returned an interception 31 yards for a TD; Returned the second-half kickoff 74 yards for a TD; Scored all 4 of his TDs in the third quarter after the Wildcats led 13-0 at halftime), and Elk County Catholic’s Noah Cherry (18 carries, 106 yards, 3 TDs; kicked a 21-yard field goal).

Those players are joined on the Honor Roll by St. Marys’ Carter Chadsey (8 catches, 105 yards, 2 TDs), Redbank Valley’s Cam Wagner (14 of 24 passing, 221 yards, 3 TDs; 2 Ints; 3 carries, 32 yards, 1 TD) and Tate Minich (5 catches, 113 yards, 2 TDs), Cameron County’s Sylus Pearson (8 carries, 137 yards, 2 TDs), Central Clarion’s Jase Ferguson (10 of 20 passing, 202 yards, TDs), Brockway’s Aiden Grieneisen (Sacked Keystone QB Drew Keth on a 2-point conversion try with 1:20 to play to preserve Brockway’s 21-20 win) and Alex Carlson (7 catches, 79 yards, 2 TDs), Keystone’s Aiden Sell (12 carries, 94 yards, 2 TDs; 3 catches, 34 yards 1 TD), and Ridgway’s Aiden Zimmerman (2 TDs).


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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.


Week 1 – Cam-Ron Hays, DuBois
Week 2 – Dan McGarry, Curwensville
Week 3 – Alex Lukaschunis, St. Marys
Week 4 – Cam Wagner, Redbank Valley
Week 5 – Logan Mosier, St. Marys
Week 6 – Jackson Zimmerman, Brookville
Week 7 – Andrew Schenfield, Otto-Eldred

















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