Clayberg had several tackles behind the line of scrimmage and proved to be one of several Pella defenders, who were tough for the Panthers to block.
When asked about his game, Clayberg said, “Coach Vos has told me I need to get crazier on the field. I just took my reads and filled the gaps tonight.”
“Our goal is to get better every game,” Clayberg said.
When asked about the play of his brother, who has stepped in to quarterback the team.
Clayberg commented, “There is nobody on this earth, who is a bigger fan of my brother (Noah), than me, unless of course it is my mom. Noah is a great player and he keeps gaining confidence each time he plays.”
The Knoxville Panthers will step out of district play Friday to face Dallas Center-Grimes for homecoming starting with kickoff at 7:30 p.m.
The Pella Dutch will also celebrate Homecoming 2013 by hosting the Carlisle Wildcats Friday at 7:30 p.m.