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Vote Now: Player of the Week (Week 1)

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. Cam Ochs, WR, Camp Hill: Hauled in three passes for 134 yards, and all three catches were for touchdowns (of 24, 65 and 45 yards) in a win over Line Mountain that was a tight 35-28 final
  2. Joey Corado, K-WR, Hershey: Nailed a 22-yard FG in the dying seconds of the fourth quarter to march the Trojans past Red Land 10-7. Senior also two catches for 50 yards receiving
  3. Micah Brubaker, QB, Mechanicsburg: Had a hand in all four Wildcats touchdowns in a 28-14 win over West Perry with two passing TDs and a pair of rushing touchdowns. He accounted for nearly 260 total yards (231 passing, 25 rushing) while completing 12-of-14 pass attempts.
  4. Lek Powell, QB, Bishop McDevitt: Powell displayed his proficient arm in Week 1 by going 24-36-0 for 336 yards and four TD passes in a 33-0 whitewash of Mifflin County.
  5. Timmy Smith, RB, Central Dauphin: The explosive senior totaled 200 yards and four touchdowns on 13 touches in 62-10 drubbing of Chambersburg. He got there with nine carries for 79 yards and a score, plus four grabs for 121 yards and three TDs.
  6. Julio Rodriguez, QB, Middleton: Rodriguez fired four TD tosses as the Blue Raiders disposed of Juniata 54-19. TD strikes came from 31, 51, 23 and 35 yards out. He finished 11-of-13 for 185 stripes.
  7. Joey Menke, RB, Boiling Springs: Menke’s 162 yards and three scores helped the Bubblers snap an 11-game losing streak dating back to 2018. He carried it 18 times, scoring on runs of 22, 13 and 48 yards during a 51-13 romp of Susquenita. 
  8. Marcus Day, RB, Altoona: A lot of credit goes to the maulers in front of him, but Day benefited nonetheless during a surprise 28-14 upset of Cumberland Valley. Day’s night ended with 23 carries, 188 yards on the ground plus 75 yards on 9-of-17 passing. And he scored on runs of 68 and 11 yards.
  9. Gannon McMeans, QB, Cedar Cliff: His strike to Ramon Garcia in double overtime wound up being key in a 35-34 victory over Berks Catholic. McMeans finished with three TD passes (55, 15 and 10 yards) and a 1-yard QB keeper, totalling 190 stripes on 14-of-24 passing.
  10. Odell Greene, RB, Steel-High: One of the closest to 200 rushing yards this week, Greene cracked 190 stripes on 18 totes, scoring on a 60-yard sprint in the third quarter of a 43-6 blowout of Upper Dauphin. Also added an 8-yard reception.
  11. Alex Erby, QB, Steel-High: Strong debut from the freshman, who finished 11-of-20 for 208 yards during the 43-6 home victory over UD. Erby pegged Tyrone Moore for a 28-yard score, Mehki Flowers twice for 31 and 3 yards and Damein Hammonds for a 36-yard TD.
  12. Adam Root, WR, Greencastle-Antrim: The Blue Devils pulled off an impressive 20-13 upset over Colonial newcomer Susquehanna Township. Root helped big time, hauling in 19-yard and 13-yard TD passes while finishing with five grabs for 73 stripes.
  13. Brody Robinson, LB, Pine Grove: While Robinson put on a defensive show by making a school-record 21 tackles yet it wasn’t enough to prevent the Cardinals’ 16-9 setback to Schuylkill 1 playmate Jim Thorpe. What makes Robinson’s mark even more astounding was the previous single-game record (19) was set only a week earlier by Josh Leininger.
  14. Jesse Engle, TE, Williams Valley: Engle had a splendid five-day stretch, totaling 11 receptions for 260 yards as the Vikings split road games with Mount Carmel (43-28 loss) and Nativity BVM (35-34 win). By the way, five of Engle’s receptions went for touchdowns, three against Mount Carmel and two in a come-from-behind win at Nativity.
  15.  Bryce Herb, QB, Williams Valley: Herb also was mighty busy during the Vikings’ split with Mount Carmel and Nativity, completing 25 passes for 568 yards and a handful of scores. The 6-foot senior also cracked over from a yard out midway through the final quarter of Saturday night’s win at Nativity as Tim Savage’s Vikings punctuated a 35-34 Schuylkill 2 win by roaring back from an early 21-0 deficit.

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