Matt Bodamer was a star quarterback at Port Allegany High School who has two state passing records.
But Bodamer's records could be broken by two different WPIAL quarterbacks - on the same day.
Bodamer, who played at the District 9 school from 2009-12, holds Pennsylvania records for season passing yardage (3,951) and career passing yardage (10,948). South Fayette's Brett Brumbaugh (pictured to the left) and Pine-Richland's Ben DiNucci could break both marks in PIAA semifinal games Saturday. You could say both of Bodamer's records could go green. Both Pine-Richland South Fayette are green and white.
Pine-Richland plays Wilson in Class AAAA at 1 p.m. at Mansion Park Stadium in Altoona, while South Fayette plays Hickory in Class AA at 1 p.m. at Slippery Rock University.
South Fayette's Brumbaugh has 10,824 passing yards and needs only 125 to break to Bodamer's career passing mark.
Meanwhile, DiNucci (pictured to the right) has thrown for 3,713 yards this season. He needs 239 to break Bodamer's single-season record. Brumbaugh holds the WPIAL single-season passing record of 3,895 yards.
By the way, does anyone know where Bodamer is nowadays? He played some as a freshman last season at Edinboro University. But he is no longer on their roster.
While DiNucci and Brumbaugh can put themselves into the Pennsylvania record books, Clairton has a chance to move up higher in the national record book. Clairton has scored 886 career points and needs only 18 more to move into sole possession of second place for the most points in a season. Albemarle (N.C.) scored 903 in 2001.
The national record for points in a season is 1,023, set last season by Aledo, Texas.