Clarion’s Boggess to Play Football at Westminster Next Season
(Photo of Boggess is his dad, Randy. Photo courtesy of ClarionSportszone.com)
Boggess, a 6-foot, 205-pound running back/linebacker, started his career at Keystone before transferring to Clarion. He earned Honorable Mention Tri-County Sunday/DuBois-Courier Express in football and as a member of the Pennsylvania Football News and WesternPAFootball.net All-Academic Teams. He had 87 tackles (63 solo), nine tackles for loss (including three sacks), during his senior campaign.
“I’ve heard good things about (Westminster),” Boggess told ClarionSportszone.com“They are a pretty prestigious school, and they have good academics, which will be the most important for my future.”
Boggess said Westminster also has good athletics.
“There were other schools I talked with that offered me, but Westminster competes and goes to bowl games,” Boggess said. “They take it pretty seriously. I want to go to college and get a good education and compete at a high level. Westminster will be the place to do so.”
Westminster was 7-4 overall, last season and 7-2 in the Presidents Athletic Conference (PSAC). They played in the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) Clayton Chapman Bowl dropping a close 42-34 decision to Wesley.
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