Preview: Clearfield (7-0) vs. BEA (4-3)

Last Week’s Results:

Clearfield 27, Tyrone 26

Bald Eagle Area 49, Huntingdon 47

All-Time Series: Clearfield leads, 24-17 (41 total meetings; first played in 1964)

Last 10 Meetings:

2012: Clearfield 49, BEA 8

2011: Clearfield 49, BEA 14

2010: Clearfield 49, BEA 14

2009: BEA 34, Clearfield 21

2008: Clearfield 41, BEA 6

2007: Clearfield 21, BEA 14

2003: Clearfield 48, BEA 0

2002: Clearfield 49, BEA 7

2001: Clearfield 49, BEA 14

2000: BEA 42, Clearfield 15

From 2012:

CLEARFIELD

BEA

42

RUSHING ATTEMPTS

34

265

RUSHING YARDS

102

6

RUSHING TDs

1

3-6-0

COMP.-ATT.-INT.

1-8-0

195

PASSING YARDS

25

1

PASSING TDs

0

460

TOTAL YARDS

127

2012 CLEARFIELD INDIVIDUAL LEADERS vs. BALD EAGLE AREA

Passing:

Christian Lezzer: 3-6, 195 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT

Rushing:

Christian Lezzer: 9 carries, 108 yards, 2 TDs

Tyler Stratton: 10 carries, 92 yards, 3 TDs

Seth Ford: 4 carries, 29 yards, 1 TD

Receiving:

Trey Jordan: 2 catches, 159 yards, 1 TD

Dylan Graham: 1 catch, 36 yards

SINGLE-GAME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS vs. BALD EAGLE AREA

250+ Yards Passing:

335 – Chad Kroell, 1993 (18-35, 2 TDs)

285 – Curtis Frye, 2009 (15-35, 2 TDs)

200+ Yards Rushing:

363 – Dave Richards, 2002 (16 carries) – School Record

264 – Terry Briskar, 1968 (46 carries)

125+ Yards Receiving:

208 – Wes Dahlem, 1993 (9 catches)

164 – Adam Gibson, 1994 (8 catches)

159 – Trey Jordan, 2012 (2 catches)

149 – Trey Campman, 2009 (9 catches)

146 – Adam Hertlein, 1998 (7 catches)

136 – Brian Kaspick, 1999 (9 catches)

129 – Mike Scoggins, 2003 (5 catches)

10+ Tackles:

16 – Justin Ingram, 1996

14 – Greg Dixon, 1994

11 – Chad Kroell, 1994

11 – Jon Altemus, 2002

10 – Chad Kroell, 1993

10 – Chris Wingate, 1994

10 – Dennis Yohe, 1996

10 – Tim Taylor, 1999

10 – Matt Meckey, 2000

2+ Sacks:

2 – Dave Richards, 2001

2 – Josh Harbold, 2003

2+ Interceptions:

2 – Adam Hertlein, 1998

SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS vs. BALD EAGLE AREA

OFFENSIVE

YEAR

Points Scored

49

5 times; last in 2012

Rushing Attempts

53

1984

Rushing Yards

454

2002

Rushing TDs

7

2002

Completions

20

1999

Attempts

35

1993 & 2009

Passing Yards

335

1993

Passing TDs

3

1971, 1982, 1994, 1995

Interceptions Thrown

3

1967, 1972, 2009

Total Yards

460

2012

DEFENSIVE

YEAR

Points Allowed

0

1984 & 2003

Rush Yards Allowed

8

2003

Rush TDs Allowed

0

5 times; last in 2003

Completions Allowed

0

2002 & 2003

Pass Yards Allowed

0

2002 & 2003

Pass TDs Allowed

0

19 times; last in 2012

Most Interceptions

5

1971

Total Yards Allowed

8

2003

NOTES

– Clearfield has won 46 of its past 51 games overall and 39 of its past 40 regular-season games and is on a 20-game regular-season winning streak.  Bald Eagle Area is one of just four teams that have beaten Clearfield in the regular season since the start of the 2009 campaign.  The Bison fell to DuBois (35-21), Tyrone (23-14), and BEA (34-21) in 2009 and Philipsburg-Osceola (40-33) in 2011.

– The 8 total yards surrendered by the Bison against BEA in 2003 is the 3rd lowest total of yards allowed in school history.  The top ten games in terms of fewest yards allowed in Clearfield history are shown below:

(-)29 vs. Punxsutawney, 2000

(-)8 vs. Philipsburg-Osceola, 2008

8 vs. Bald Eagle Area, 2003

10 vs. Curwensville, 1941

12 vs. State College, 1941

22 vs. Indian Valley, 2004

24 vs. Philipsburg, 1945

26 vs. Bradford, 1993

29 vs. Punxsutawney, 1973

31 vs. Shannock Valley, 1999

– In last year’s meeting, Bison wide receiver Trey Jordan caught 2 passes for 159 yards and a touchdown, an average of 79.5 yards per catch.  This average is by far the highest of all 46 games in Clearfield history in which a player had at least 125 yards receiving:

79.5 – Trey Jordan vs. BEA, 2012 (2 catches, 159 yards)

64.0 – Randy Learish vs. Central, 1982 (2 catches, 128 yards)

42.3 – Brian Kaspick vs. Punxsutawney, 1999 (3 catches, 127 yards)

36.8 – Drew Hipps vs. Brookville, 2007 (5 catches, 184 yards)

35.0 – Mike Scoggins vs. DuBois, 2003 (4 catches, 140 yards)

34.0 – Trey Jordan vs. Huntingdon, 2012 (4 catches, 136 yards)

32.3 – Todd Shaw vs. DuBois, 2001 (4 catches, 129 yards)

32.0 – Brian Kaspick vs. Curwensville, 1999 (4 catches, 128 yards)

31.0 – Brian Kaspick vs. A-C Valley [D9 playoffs], 1999 (7 catches, 217 yards)

30.0 – Trey Jordan vs. University Prep [PIAA playoffs], 2012 (6 catches, 180 yards)

– In 2002, Dave Richards set the Clearfield single-game record for rushing yards with 16 carries for 363 yards against the Eagles.  He also set the District 9 record for rushing touchdowns in a game.  The d9sports.com recap of the game can be found here.

– Terry Briskar also had an impressive rushing performance against BEA in 1968, racking up 264 yards on 46 carries.  Briskar’s number of carries stands as the school’s single-game record.  The following week, Briskar carried the ball 41 times for 235 yards in a win over Curwensville.  In total, Briskar ran for 499 yards on 87 carries during the final two games of the 1968 season, giving him 1,151 yards for the year.  He was Clearfield’s first 1,000-yard rusher since Vic Jones in 1955.

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