Wil Laskowski put together his best offensive performance of the season, and for that fans voted him the 4th Down Small School Player of the Week.
A week after making the ballot for the first time this season, the senior quarterback and defensive back one-upped himself with a four-touchdown performance (three on the ground, one through the air). It proved the margin in Upper Dauphin’s 38-14 victory over Executive Education.
Laskowski, who earned 991 votes this week to take the prize, finished with 16 carries, 57 yards and three scores with his legs, setting season highs in touches and touchdowns. He also was an efficient 3-of-4 for 70 yards and a 29-yard TD to Aiden Wiest.
Not done there, the senior added three two-point conversions, all rushing, and recorded two tackles.
Laskowski garnered 38% of the 2,578 votes cast in the small-school poll. He knocked off West Perry sophomore receiver Ian Goodling (773) for first place.
Laskowski and the Trojans (6-1, 3-1 Mid-Penn Liberty) hit the road for a non-league game against Fleetwood (5-3) before closing out the regular season against Newport at home.