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Vote Now: 4th Down Magazine’s 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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Daniel Shuster, QB, Camp Hill: Daniel now matches big bro Michael with a District 3 championship after guiding the Lions to a 21-7 win over York Catholic. Shuster threw for 274 yards on 16-of-25 passing, hitting Cam Ochs twice (11 and 53 yards) and Christian Doi once for scores (24 yards). Shuster also kicked all three PATs.

Christian Doi, RB, Camp Hill: It was also the multi-faceted play of Doi that helped the Lions clinch their 10th district crown. Doi rumbled for 58 yards on 16 carries but did even more damage with his hands, catching four passes for 114 yards. He also scored the game’s first TD on a 24-yard reception.

Isaac Sines, QB, Cumberland Valley: Some signs of life from the Eagles’ offense as Sines tossed two TDs, including a game-winner with 6:55 left to Gavin Conklin to complete a 20-14 comeback win over Carlisle. Sines’s TD passes went for 24 and 26 yards. He finished with 134 yards on 11-of-18 passing.

Nate Kirkwood, K, Greencastle-Antrim: The Blue Devils stunned East Pennsboro 23-21, scoring nine points in the final 50 seconds to win in comeback fashion. After successfully executing an onside kick following a TD pass that made it 21-20 (the two-point conversion failed), Kirkwood drilled an 18-yard winner with nine ticks left. He also made both PAT attempts.

Jamir Reynolds-Vasquez, RB, Cedar Cliff: The Colts were hardly friendly to next-door neighbor Red Land in a 33-10 win Friday. Reynolds-Vasquez finished with game highs of 22 carries and 134 yards, adding an early 5-yard TD run to put the Colts up 14-7.

Devin Wilson, RB/DB, Shippensburg: Wilson finished with less than 100 yards (96 to be precise), but his three scores of 4, 17 and 3 yards amounted to all but the point-after points in the Greyhounds’ 20-7 win over Susquehanna Township. Wilson rushed 17 times in the win.

Alex Erby, QB, Steel-High: Sure, his three INTs did not help the cause, especially in a shootout 50-43 win over Muncy in the PIAA Class 1A first round, but Erby continues to prove his an electric passer. The frosh finished 24-of-35 for a whopping 422 yards and six touchdowns (which covered 33, 59, 22, 55, 23 and 8 yards).

Odell Greene, RB, Steel-High: It took more than their electric rookie QB for the Rollers to pop Muncy 50-43 in the PIAA first round. Greene shredded Muncy for 240 yards on 24 carries (an average of 10 yards a pop) and scored a 25-yard TD in the second quarter that would prove crucial when Muncy made its run in the second half.

Damein Hammonds, WR, Steel-High: Someone had to catch all those Alex Erby Tds in Friday’s 50-43 win over Muncy. That job belonged to Hammonds, who hauled in four of them, including two in the first quarter, for 33, 59, 22 and 23 yards in the PIAA opener. Hammonds finished with an impressive 10 catches for 240 stripes.

Chance Eyler, QB, Waynesboro: The Indians may have lost 24-18 to West Perry, but Eyler did his best to mount a comeback, throwing TDs of 9 and 12 yards and rushing for a 1-yard TD late. He finished 17-of-22 for 229 passing yards (and an INT) and rushed seven times for 13 yards.

Lek Powell, QB, Bishop McDevitt: The senior was a flawless 11-for-11 passing, finishing with 190 yards and three scores, all before halftime, in the Crusaders’ 40-7 beatdown of Palmyra. He finished the night 18-of-21 for 275 stripes and hit Mario Easterly twice for scores.

Emmanuel O’Donell, WR, Juniata: The Indians fell inches short of knocking off Oil City in the PIAA Class 4A first round, losing 34-33. But O’Donell was electric, averaging 22.3 yards per reception (6 catches, 134 yards) and scoring on a 70-yard touchdown catch in the playoff game.

Jacob Condo, QB/LB, Juniata: Condo’s all-around effort helped the Indians come off the deck in the second half — Juniata trailed 26-7 at the break — and push District 10 champ Oil City to the max before falling 34-33 in their first state playoff game. Condo targeted 16 of his 29 aerials for 206 yards, authoring touchdown passes of 70 yards to Manny O’Donell and 5 yards to Caleb Seeger. The latter arrived with 31 seconds left, but the ensuing two-point try went for naught.

Bryce Enders, RB/LB, Halifax: The determined Enders played a lead role, rushing 21 times for 272 yards and touchdowns covering 52, 44, 60 and 9 yards as Halifax halted a 17-game losing streak by upending Trinity 37-32. Enders added one 12-yard pass reception and racked up seven tackles defensively — two quarterback sacks — in the Wildcats’ needed victory.

Bryce Herb, QB/DB, Williams Valley: Herb’s aerial theatrics enabled the host Vikings to hold off Mahanoy Area 27-22 and move into next weekend’s District 11 Class 1A championship game. Herb fired three touchdown passes, connecting with Alex Achenbach for a 40-yard score, Jake Herman for a 38-yard TD and Brady Evans on a 13-yard toss that provided the game-winning points.

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