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High School Football: Vote Now: Week 2 Colonial-Schuylkill League Player of the Week

Vote now for your 4th Down Magazine Colonial-Schuylkill Player of the Week. Our poll will remain open until Tuesday evening at 11 p.m. Voting is allowed once every 30 minutes.

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Alex Achenbach, sr., RB/S, Williams Valley: We’re running out of ways to say this dude is special. In a 48-6 victory against Pine Grove, Achenbach rushed for 343 yards on just 14 carries — and found pay dirt five times. He hauled in a reception for 33 yards, too. His defensive stats alone just might be enough to get him on this list; they included two interceptions, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.

Greg Campbell, sr., RB, Bangor: Campbell did it all for the Slaters on Friday night in a 39-14 victory against Jim Thorpe. He rushed for 130 yards on 10 carries and threw for another 115 stripes. His three touchdowns also led the way.

Bruce Hopeck, sr., QB, Marian Catholic: Hopeck’s crew didn’t win Friday night against Minersville, but they sure did make it interesting in the final stanza when the Colts came roaring back to score 26 fourth-quarter points. Hopeck played his part, racking up 225 passing yards, three touchdowns and an interception.

Noah Porter, jr., HB/LB, Tri-Valley: Tri-Valley did nearly all its damage on the ground Friday night in a 42-12 victory against Panther Valley. The running back committee racked up 289 yards, and Porter led the way with 132 stripes on 12 carries. He had two of the five rushing touchdowns and a team-high seven tackles.

Luke Stevenosky, sr., RB/LB, Minersville: If we sound like a broken record, we apologize. But Stevenosky is another lad that fills the stat sheet each week. The Battlin’ Miners running back propelled his team to a 41-39 victory against Marian Catholic, rushing for 316 yards on 21 carries. He scored four of Minersville’s touchdowns. And he chipped in six tackles.

This poll has ended (since 7 months).
Alex Achenbach, sr, RB-S, Williams Valley:
53.43%
Luke Stevenosky, sr, RB-LB, Minersville:
35.78%
Bruce Hopeck, sr, QB, Marian Catholic:
6.57%
Noah Porter, jr, HB-LB, Tri-Valley:
4.12%
Greg Campbell, sr, RB, Bangor:
0.09%

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