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Vote Now: Mid-Penn Conference Week 8 Player of the Week Sponsored by Crown Trophy of Harrisburg

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, per IP address for your favorite competitor.

Editor’s note: We have implemented new safeguards to prevent voting which falls outside the spirit of the rules in place. We reserve the right to block users who cast fraudulent votes.

Jeremiah Hargrove, jr., RB/DB, Carlisle: History was made Friday night, and Hargrove was at the center of it. The Herd beat Cumberland Valley 26-20, the first win in the series since 2004. Hargrove sliced up CV’s defense for 168 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries. He also picked off a pass and blocked an extra point.

David Chase, sr., QB, Central Dauphin: The nominal running back/receiver went under center Friday night and simply led the Rams to a 34-14 win over Altoona with 19 carries, 161 yards and and four touchdowns of 4, 25, 30 and 15 yards. 

Deakon Schaeffer, jr., RB, Mifflin County: Schaeffer scored the game-winning 22-yard touchdown (on the ground) to lift the Huskies to a 24-20 victory over Hershey. The junior finished with 198 rushing yards and 3 receiving, scoring twice in the win. 

Rico Scott, jr., WR, Bishop McDevitt: The Crusaders haven’t been challenged in a bit, the latest win a 55-14 drubbing of Red Land, but Scott shined in one half of work. He hauled in four TD passes on five total receptions, finishing with 90 yards. He scored on passes of 5, 33, 35 and 4 yards.

Brady Heiser, so., QB, Gettysburg: The top team in the Mid-Penn Colonial again won by multiple scores, beating Greencastle-Antrim 42-28. Heiser led the charge with a monster performance that included 339 total yards (293 passing and 46 rushing) and four touchdowns. 

Tavon Cooper, sr., RB, Greencastle-Antrim: You know the rules: you run for 200 yards, win or lose, and you get nominated. Cooper did that, ripping off 224 yards and hauling in 87 more through three receptions in the Blue Devils’ 42-28 loss to Gettysburg. Cooper scored twice in the loss.

Parker Sample, sr., RB/DB, Mechanicsburg: The Wildcats blanked Waynesboro 28-0 behind a 206-yard night from Sample. The senior contributed in multiple ways, rushing for 158 stripes, passing for 11 and picking up 37 more on three receptions. He also scored two TDs and snared a sack.

Connor Green, jr., RB, Big Spring: Green was part of a two-headed attack (with Grant Hall: 98 rushing yards, 50 receiving yards, two TDs) that toppled Boiling Springs 33-27. Green torched the Bubblers for 171 yards and three ground scores that traveled 13, 4 and 40 yards.

Derek Gibney, jr., QB, Susquenita: The junior was 15 of 27 passing for 204 yards and hit his brother, Drew, for two touchdowns of 9 and 40 yards to lead the Blackhawks to a comfortable 35-0 win over Halifax. 

Ian Bates, so., RB, Line Mountain: Will another Eagle win POTW for the second straight week? Bates has a case after a 177-yard, four-touchdown performance in Line Mountain’s 48-8 win over James Buchanan. 

Aiden Ritter, sr., LB, Upper Dauphin: Ritter was the beneficiary of a Tegan Engle tipped pass, snagging the deflection and returning it 5 yards for a TD as the Trojans popped Juniata 20-13. Ritter finished with 11 tackles (second on the team) as UD held Juniata to 258 offensive yards and forced two turnovers.

Jaeion Perry, jr., RB, Steel-High: Perry and the Rollers steamrolled Newport 68-14, with Perry collecting a remarkably efficient 229 yards on just four touches. He ran twice for 153 yards, scoring on runs of 85 and 68 yards, and caught two passes for 76 yards, one of which was a 69-yard score.

Marcus Quaker, jr., QB, West Perry: He’s back again. The POTW nominee regular had 265 passing yards and 109 rushing as the Mustangs pounded North Penn-Mansfield 49-21. Quaker finished with six touchdowns, including runs of 7, 5 and 23 yards and hit Ian Goodling for three scores of 30, 16 and 52 stripes.

Ian Goodling, jr., WR, West Perry: Goodling had a huge night on the receiving end of Quaker’s electric arm, hauling in 11 passes for 191 yards and scoring the aforementioned TDs of 30, 16 and 52 yards in a 49-21 win.

Lex Cyrus, yr., RB, Susquehanna Twp.: Lex Cyrus proved to be one slippery dude Friday night against Northern. After Northern scored first in overtime, Cyrus took the first snap of the Indians possession from the 10-yard line. The Polar Bears appeared to have him bottled up for a loss, but Cyrus shimmied his way out of tackles, raced around defenders to the edge and dove into the end zone. Moments later Twp. converted a two-point conversation. Game over. Cyrus ended the evening with 3 rushing for 85 yards and two scores. He also hauled in 11 receptions for 41 stripes.

This poll has ended (since 1 year).
Aiden Ritter, sr., LB, Upper Dauphin:
36.18%
Ian Bates, so., RB, Line Mountain:
25.25%
Deakon Schaeffer, jr., RB, Mifflin County:
13.12%
Jeremiah Hargrove, jr., RB/DB, Carlisle:
11.86%
Brady Heiser, so., QB, Gettysburg:
4.04%
Connor Green, jr., RB, Big Spring:
2.85%
Ian Goodling, jr., WR, West Perry:
1.33%
Derek Gibney, jr., QB, Susquenita:
1.13%
Lex Cyrus, yr., RB, Susquehanna Twp.:
0.99%
Marcus Quaker, jr., QB, West Perry:
0.93%
Rico Scott, jr., WR, Bishop McDevitt:
0.60%
Parker Sample, sr., RB/DB, Mechanicsburg:
0.60%
David Chase, sr., QB, Central Dauphin:
0.46%
Jaeion Perry, jr., RB, Steel-High:
0.33%
Tavon Cooper, sr., RB, Greencastle-Antrim:
0.33%

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