2011 Small School Offensive Player of the Year – Tyler Boyd, ClairtonWritten by: David Mika on Friday, December 30th, 2011
The Clairton Bears were busy rewriting records in 2011 – including the WPIAL’s longest conescutive win streak (47 games), most consecutive varsity starts by a player (64 – Carvan Thompson) and the most consecutive seasons with 600+ points scored (four – including two straight 700-point seasons).
Tyler Boyd was also rewriting some records, too. He set the school’s single season rushing yardage mark, with a cool 2,400 yards on 186 carries, caught 16 passes for 386 yards, and scored 48 total touchdowns (between offense, defense and special teams) along with 18 successful two-point conversion rushes or receptions.
He scored a school single-season record 324 points.
But Boyd was also a threat on defense and special teams, too, making him one of the state’s true triple threats, regardless of classification. For his career, Boyd has run for 3,075 yards and has scored 446 points over the last two seasons.
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