Published in The Plain Dealer
December 21, 2018
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Whether it be via run or pass, Kenston’s offense could not be contained on its way to the OHSAA Division III state football championship.
The Bombers (14-1) put up 6,417 yards with an attack that equally potent running the ball as throwing it.
Jack Porter had a role in it all.
The 5-foot-10, 175-pound junior running back is the cleveland.com Offensive Player of the Year. Porter rushed for 2,415 yards and 32 touchdowns on 416 carries. He also had another 230 yards and a touchdown on 15 receptions.
For a second straight year, Porter made All-Ohio. This time, junior quarterback Jon Tomcufcik (3,032 yards and 27 TDs passing) joined him on the first team.
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