Midview quarterback Dustin Crum will be playing football on Saturday’s next season for Kent State, but Sunday he was honored yet again for what he did on Friday’s, taking home the ‘Golden Helmet Award’ for the best football player in 2016 in Lorain County.
Crum had an amazing run at Midview for the Middies not only this past season, but as the teams’ starter for the past three seasons, throwing for 8585 yards and 103 touchdowns, a Lorain County record.
Maybe even more impressive as much as Crum threw over the last three seasons in the fact he threw just 21 interceptions.
Crum’s final game for Midview came in the Division II regional quarterfinal, as the number three Middies were upset by number six Olmsted Falls 31-28.
He leaves Midview in football with every school record and most of the Lorain County records in his time as the starter. He will look to continue his stellar career with the Golden Flashes this fall.
— Midview Football (@midviewcoach) December 5, 2016