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Vote now for your 4th Down Magazine Mid-Penn Conference Player of the Week Sponsored by Crown Trophy of Harrisburg (in Lemoyne). Our poll will remain open until Tuesday evening at 11 p.m. Vote once per hour for your favorite competitor.

Grant Hall, so., RB, Big Spring: The Bulldogs got off the schnide in a big way, blowing out Newport 47-0 for their first win of the season. Hall was responsible for half of those points, scoring four touchdowns (three rushing, one receiving). He finished with seven carries and 137 yards plus two catches for 55 yards.

Bennett Secrest, so., QB, Cedar Cliff: The youngster only grabbed the starting gig in Week 2, but he already has his first five-TD game. Secrest went 13 of 15 for 159 yards and five touchdowns in the Colts’ 44-0 blowout win of JP McCaskey. He hit Carter Enders and Daniel Schraeder twice for scores.

Jaqueece Morell, sr., RB/LB, Carlisle: The Thundering Herd lost a 54-47 shootout to York High on Friday, but Morell carved up the Bearcats for 173 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries.

Cyncir Bowers, sr., RB/DB, Bishop McDevitt: The rare 100-yard effort on the ground and through the air. Bowers dashed for 116 yards on seven carries and caught four passes for 108 yards. He scored three times in total — runs of 76 and 19 yards, catch of 62— in a 56-7 rout of La Salle College.

Stone Saunders, so., QB, Bishop McDevitt: The ground game did a lot of heavy lifting in the 56-7 win over La Salle College, but Saunders got in his shots. In his first win in two tries against the Explorers, he was 9 of 13 for 246 yards and three touchdowns of 55, 62 and 57 stripes.

Keith Oates, jr., QB/LB, East Pennsboro: Oates only had 14 passing yards (on 3-of-7 passing with a pick) in the Panthers’ third win of the season, 17-8 over Milton Hershey, but he chipped in in other ways. Oates ran 20 times for 60 yards and two scores and had a game-high 15 tackles (one TFL) with a sack and interception.

Isaac Sines, sr., QB, Cumberland Valley: The Eagles’ quarterback continues to impress during their 3-0 start. Against Spring-Ford in a 28-16 win, Sines threw for 138 yards and ran for another 59 and contributed to three of CV’s four touchdowns. Those came on two 27-yard passes and a game-opening 8-yard scoring plunge.

Jayden Johnson, sr., RB/DB, Gettysburg: The Warriors handed Boiling Springs its first loss of the season 35-20, and Johnson was right there leading the charge. He rumbled for 137 yards and a touchdown in the win.

Luke Parise, sr., MLB/WR, Camp Hill: Parise had a game-high 13 solo tackles and 21 total (plus two TFLs) and recorded a sack in the Lions’ 26-12 win over Upper Dauphin to remain undefeated. 

Cole Bartram, jr., RB/DB, Northern: Bartram scored two touchdowns in the Polar Bears’ 29-28 loss to Dover to fall to 1-2. Cole’s TDs came from 3 and 14 yards out, and he finished with 116 yards on 20 totes.

Ty Millhimes, jr., RB/KR, Lower Dauphin: Millhimes was weaponized yet again Friday, scoring on kickoff returns of 90 and 71 yards, plus a 31-yard reception. But his Falcons lost to Elizabethtown 41-28.

Alex Yost, sr., RB, Altoona: Brennen Freiwald gets a nod for scoring three times in the 38-0 shellacking of Mifflin County, but Yost was efficient with 16 carries for 125 yards (107 of them in the first half) while snaring an 11-yard pass. He would’ve had a much bigger night if he had played deeper into the second half.

Cohen Bechtel, fr., RB, Halifax: The rookie averaged an eye-popping 31.3 yards per touch in the WIldcats’ 53-0 blowout of Hancock (Maryland). Three of his six carries wound up in the end zone, and he finished with 188 stripes.

Jacob Frey, jr, RB/LB, James Buchanan: Frey rolled up 119 yards and one touchdown on 29 carries, but it wasn’t enough as the Rockets (2-1) dropped a 21-14 decision to Biglerville. Frey’s 41-yard touchdown run had JB sitting in a 14-14 tie with 9:25 to play. He also caught one pass for 10 yards.

Nolan Baumert, jr, RB/QB/DB, Line Mountain: Baumert rarely left the football field in Week 3, rushing for 85 yards and two touchdowns whether serving as the Eagles’ feature back or directing Line Mountain’s offensive approach from the quarterback position. He cashed in from 3 and 1 yards in the first half, his latter TD giving the Eagles a 21-7 lead with 36.8 seconds left yet it wouldn’t be enough as Tri-Valley rallied for a 35-28 victory. Baumert also swiped one pass, returning it 32 yards to set up his second touchdown.

D’antae Sheffey, fr., RB, State College: This State College freshman continues to impress through the first three games of the 2022 circuit. Friday night, he ripped off 207 yards on 17 carries. He reached the promise land three times to help fuel the Little Lions to a 45-3 victory against Hollidaysburg.

This poll has ended (since 1 year).
D’antae Sheffey, fr., RB, State College
Cohen Bechtel, fr., RB, Halifax
Jaqueece Morell, sr., RB/LB, Carlisle
Keith Oates, jr., QB/LB, East Pennsboro
Luke Parise, sr., MLB/WR, Camp Hill
Grant Hall, so., RB, Big Spring
Ty Millhimes, jr., RB/KR, Lower Dauphin
Cyncir Bowers, sr., RB/DB, Bishop McDevitt
Bennett Secrest, so., QB, Cedar Cliff
Nolan Baumert, jr, RB/QB/DB, Line Mountain
Cole Bartram, jr., RB/DB, Northern
Jacob Frey, jr, RB/LB, James Buchanan
Stone Saunders, so., QB, Bishop McDevitt
Isaac Sines, sr., QB, Cumberland Valley
Alex Yost, sr., RB, Altoona
Jayden Johnson, sr., RB/DB, Gettysburg

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