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Vote now: 4th Down Magazine Player of the Week

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 at 11 p.m. and voting is allowed once per hour. The winner will be announced on Wednesday.

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  1. Jordan Heisey, QB, Northern: Polar Bears moved to 2-0 behind a monster outing from their veteran QB. Heisey 330 total yards ﹘ 231 rushing, 99 passing ﹘ and had three touchdown runs in a 33-25 win over West Perry.
  2. Mehki Flowers, WR, Steel-High: One of the top recruits in the country at his position, the wideout showed off his big-play impact and versatility in a huge win over Middletown. Flowers scored three ways, two receiving TDs, a 56-yard run and a 90-yard punt return. He accounted for four of the Rollers’ six touchdowns in a 42-21 victory.
  3. Jackson Bouslough, QB, Hershey: In a dramatic come-from-behind win over state-ranked Cedar Cliff, Bouslough completed two of his four passes in the dying minutes to rally the Trojans. Bouslough hit Loyd on a 55-yard strike with 2:08 to play and hit Joey Corado on a 69-yard strike with 28 seconds left to rally Hershey for a 28-21 victory.
  4. De’Von James, RB, Boiling Springs: Carried only seven times for the 2-0 Bubblers but ripped off 155 yards and scored on touchdown runs covering 55, 21 and 60 yards in a 42-0 win over Trinity. He averaged a staggering 22.1 yards per carry.
  5. Timmy Smith, RB/WR-LB-KR, Central Dauphin: The senior accounted for 291 all-purpose yards for the Rams in a 35-13 win over State College. Smith returned the opening kickoff of the game 88 yards to light the fuse for the Rams. He posted a game-high 157 rushing yards on 20 carries, added 25 receiving yards and returned a punt 21 yards.
  6. Christian Doi, WR, Camp Hill: In helping the Lions move to 2-0 by doubling up Big Spring, Doi caught three passes for 108 yards with two of those grabs being TD catches. He also added a 9-yard TD run in the fourth quarter to put the game away.
  7. Sean Smith, RB-LB, Carlisle: A vote for Smith is a vote for his o-line two, after the Herd carved up Chambersburg for 436 yards on 57 rushes. Smith handled the rock 28 times for 239 stripes and all three touchdowns in a 21-9 victory. 
  8. Micah Brubaker, QB, Mechanicsburg: The senior again accounted for four TDs (2 rushing, 2 passing) in the Wildcats’ thorough 35-20 win over Shippensburg. Again missed on just two passes, going 7-of-9 for 117 yards. Added 12 carries for 78 stripes.
  9. Dylan Rodenhaber, RB, Red Land: Big bounce-back win for the Patriots, led by Rodenhaber’s lunch-pail performance. The back ran 33 times for 151 yards, earning a hard four touchdowns, the longest of which was 19 yards.
  10. Garret Laudenslager, RB, Line Mountain: Uncorking a remarkably productive effort, Laudenslager rolled up some big numbers as Line Mountain opened Mid-Penn Liberty play with a 46-22 victory over Upper Dauphin. Laudenslager rushed just 15 times, but collected 244 yards and touchdown runs of 19, 64 and 41 yards.
  11. Jacob Feese, QB, Line Mountain: If Laudenslager spent the night throwing power shots, Feese worked over the body by rushing 18 times for 140 yards as Line Mountain evened its mark at 1-1 with a 46-22 victory at Upper Dauphin. Feese also scored three times, posting touchdown runs of 1, 10 and 42 yards. He also completed 2-of-3 passes for 34 yards.
  12. Andrew Bates, QB, Newport: Making several big first-half plays, Bates’ efforts helped the Buffaloes open Mid-Penn Liberty action with a 20-6 conquest of neighboring Susquenita. After returning a muffed lateral 30 yards for the game’s initial score, Bates popped an 84-yard touchdown run on the ‘Port’s first play from scrimmage. Later in the half, he hooked up with Will Davis for a 19-yard score and tacked on a two-point throw to Adam Reich. Bates finished with 11 carries for 117 yards and threw for 76 yards.
  13. Chase Herb, RB, Tri-Valley: Herb didn’t need many touches, but he certainly logged some impressive numbers as the Bulldogs opened the season with a 57-0 thumping of Shenandoah Valley. Herb rushed nine times for 144 yards and two scores — his second TD run pushed him over 2,000 career rushing yards — and caught one pass for an 82-yard touchdown.
  14. Jacob Condo, QB, Juniata: Condo totaled 244 yards from scrimmage as the Indians (1-1) held off Halifax 41-26 in Mid-Penn Liberty play. Condo completed 11-of-20 passes for 212 yards, completing touchdown throws of 34 and 10 yards. The junior added 32 yards on nine rushes, bouncing over from a yard out for another score.

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