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Vote Now: 4th Down Magazine Player of the Week presented by Crown Trophy of Harrisburg

By 4th Down staff:

Welcome to 4th Down Magazine’s vote for Player of the Week presented by Crown Trophy of Harrisburg (in Lemoyne).

The nominees for the week are listed below. Vote for the player with the most impressive performance.

The poll will remain open until Tuesday evening at 11 p.m. and voting is allowed once per hour. The winner will be announced Wednesday evening.

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Isaiah Houser, WR-DB, Shippensburg: Three catches, two touchdowns including the game winner with under 3:00 to play in a come-from-behind win over East Pennsboro. Houser finished with 136 receiving yards (45.3 average) and had TD catches covering 70 and 59 yards. He also had three tackles, two tackles for a loss and an interception on defense.

Sean Smith, RB, Carlisle: Ran for a staggering 333 yards, what is likely a Thundering Herd record, and scored four of the Thundering Herd’s five touchdowns in a 35-28 victory over Cedar Cliff.

Caleb Brubaker, DB-WR, Mechanicsburg: Twin brother of quarterback Micah wrecked Waynesboro’s offense in a 35-7 victory over the Indians. Blitzing from everywhere, he finished with seven tackles, two sacks — including a strip-sack that led to a Wildcats touchdown — and two tackles for a loss in less than three quarters of work. Also had two receptions for 19 yards.

Lek Powell, QB, Bishop McDevitt: The senior threw for more than 300 yards for the second time in three weeks after rolling up 301 passing yards on Red Land. He also threw a pair of TD passes and rushed for another score in the 42-3 victory.

Patrick Garvey, DB-WR-PR, Boiling Springs: Younger brother Carson also deserves a hat tip here, with his pick-6 and another INT. But Patrick had a monster night, recording an 81-yard punt return TD, 34-yard TD grab, an interception and a fumble recovery. 

Jamir Reynolds-Vasquez, RB-DB, Cedar Cliff: Sure, the Colts lost 35-28, but not without a strong effort for Reynolds-Vasquez. The RB carried the rock 33 times for an even 200 yards and scored on a 37-yard run in the third quarter that got the Colts back within a score. 

Alex Erby, QB, Steel-High: Yeah, six touchdowns will do it. The freshman signal caller fired five scoring passes and ran for another in the Rollers’ 65-30 blowout win over Big Spring. Erby finished 22-of-30 for a tidy 396 yards, his TD tosses covering 10, 23, 7, 20 and 33 yards. He punched in a 1-yard TD as well.

Damein Hammonds, WR-PR, Steel-High: The Rollers’ QB has a lot of headlines, but Hammonds celebrated senior day with a quality performance. He scored on a 23-yard reception, 69-yard punt return and 33-yard reception in a 65-30 win over Big Spring. Hammonds finished with 67 yards on four catches and added an interception.

Trent Herrera, RB, West Perry: The sophomore scored three times to lift West Perry to its first win of the season, 27-20 over Greencastle-Antrim. Herrera finished with 126 yards on 18 carries, scoring on rushes of 20, 12 and 8 yards.

Jordan Heisey, QB-DB, Northern: The Polar Bears held on to its District 3 Class 4A playoff spot in a tight 30-24 win over Susquehanna Township. Heisey was front and center, rushing for 101 yards and passing for another 124 yards. Heisey rushed for an 8-yard TD in the third quarter, then scored the game-winner in overtime on a 1-yard plunge.

Garret Laudenslager, RB-LB, Line Mountain: Laudenslager continued his highly productive senior season by rolling up 252 yards and one touchdown in Line Mountain’s come-from-behind 44-21 victory over Newport. He caught one pass for 10 yards as the Eagles clinched a spot in the District 4 Class 2A playoffs opposite three-time defending PIAA champion Southern Columbia.

Jacob Feese, QB-LB, Line Mountain: Feese triggered Line Mountain’s explosive attack, rushing for three touchdowns and throwing for a fourth as the Eagles scored the final 34 points — in a span of 10:21 bridging halftime — in a 44-21 conquest of Newport. While Feese totaled 184 rushing yards on 19 attempts and scored on runs of 6, 57 and 56 yards, it was his 11-yard TD pass to Aidan Herb with 11 seconds left in the first half that sparked the Eagles and helped them overcome a 21-10 deficit.

Jesse Engle, TE-RB-LB, Williams Valley: Shifted to tailback during the halftime break, Engle rolled up 109 yards and one score as the Vikings rallied from a 21-7 deficit to beat their backyard rivals. Engle also made 14 tackles from his inside ‘backer spot, but it was his interception of a Jonas McGrath pass that ultimately put Williams Valley in position to bank the game-winning score on a pass from Bryce Herb to Brady Evans.

Jake Herman, WR-DB, Williams Valley: While Herman authored the first of Williams Valley’s four picks — he swiped a ball in the end zone to deny one early march — it was the second of his two touchdown receptions that had the Vikings in a 28-all deadlock with Tri-Valley heading into the fourth quarter. Herman finished with four catches for 79 yards and scores covering 24 and 23 yards as Tim Savage’s club won its fifth in a row.

Austin Kenny, RB-LB, Susquenita: Although the determined Kenny did not locate the end zone, he generated plenty of damage by rushing 25 times for 209 yards as Scott Acri’s Blackhawks blanked Halifax 29-0 and ran their winning streak to two games. 

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