Cody Hearst To Continue Football Career At Washington and Jefferson

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Published January 1, 1970 12:00 am

When you are part of a high school football program that has won the KSAC Small School Title each of the three years you played, been in the District Nine Class-A Title Game each of those years, won the District Championship and made it to the PIAA State Final Four your senior year, while going 34-7 during your career, including 26-2 your final two seasons, winning can get in your blood.

Such is the case for Clarion Bobcat senior, wide receiver and defensive back Cody Hearst, who recently committed to Washington and Jefferson College. In looking at colleges, Hearst wanted to go to a school with strong academics and also a winning football tradition.

And Coach Siranni and the Presidents are getting quite a player. A look at Hearst’s scholastic football career bears this out. He rewrote the Bobcats’ receiving record book: Career Receiving Yards – 2,021; Career Receiving Touchdowns – 21; Career Receptions – 96; Single Season Receiving Yards – 1,285; Single Season Receiving Touchdowns – 12; Single Season Receptions – 63.

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