Catholic's Roman Clay carries six times for 255 yards. Enough said.
Last Friday against Annville-Cleona Clay rushed for 255 yards and four touchdowns before the starters were removed in the second quarter. And he did that on six carries. That is an average of 42.5 yards per carry, not too bad for the sophomore.
Clay's touchdown runs went for 48, 66, 80 and 34 yards as the Crusaders clinched their sixth-straight Section 3 title.
Clay is academically ineligible for the regular season finale at Elco this week, but is not expected to miss any playoff games.
He is over 1,200 yards for the season and with a deep enough postseason run could break Jordan Stewart's school single-season rushing record of 1,570 set just last year.