Bradford Era – by Joel Whetzel
Explosive, high-octane offensive performances became a bit of a norm on the Pennsylvania side of the Big 30 border during the 2020 football season, and that came in large part through talented quarterback play.
Three signal-callers highlight this year’s OTH-Era All-Star Football Team for the Keystone State, led by Offensive Player of the Year, Smethport’s Noah Lent. He was joined on the team by St. Marys’ Christian Coudriet and Otto-Eldred’s Cole Sebastian. All three were nominated for Offensive Player of the Year honors.
Lent, a junior, led Smethport to a District 9 Small School North Division title, the Hubs’ second in three years, as well as Smethport’s second D9 Class A championship game appearance in that same span.
He completed 39-of-89 passes for 617 yards and 13 touchdowns and was picked off just three times this season. Lent also led his team in rushing with 813 yards and 11 touchdowns on 99 carries. Read More