Tubin shines as Clarence stays undefeated
Clarence extended their unbeaten streak in Week 4 as they dominated West Seneca West 27-6.
The Red Devils totaled nearly 400 yards while holding their opponent to 250 total yards and just one trip to the endzone. With their record at 4-0 for the first time since 2016, much of the success lay at the hands of quarterback Bryce Tubin.
Tubin has burst onto the scene in his first year at the varsity level, leading Section VI with 1,068 yards to go along with nine touchdowns through just four games. Clarence has completely transformed their offense into a passing attack after majorly running the veer offense last year. Tubin is just 18 yards short of the mark set by Clarence’s starting quarterback last year, despite having at least four games remaining in the regular season.
Despite the 6’2 210-pound quarterback’s physical giftedness, head coach Paul Burgio is most impressed with Tubin’s intangibles.
“He could be a coach just based off his understanding of coverages. On top of his IQ he's a leader. We don’t have junior captains very often but he's the voice in the room,” said Burgio.
Clarence looks ahead to Grand Island next week to extend their impressive record to 5-0.
On pace to throw for over 2,100 yards, Tubin carries high expectations to help Clarence make a run deep into the postseason after reaching the Section VI semifinals last year.