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Vote Now: Week 10 Mid-Penn Conference 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.

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Durrell Ceasar Jr., jr., WR, Steel-High: Caesar had almost as many receiving yards (200) by himself as his Rollers defensive mates allowed to all of West Perry’s receivers (206). It was a huge game in a Mid-Penn Capital shootout Steel-High won 53-34, with Ceasar finishing with 11 receptions and two scores of 13 and 30 yards.

Alex Erby, jr., QB, Steel-High: The quarterback connecting with Ceasar all those times? That would be Alex Erby, who was nearly flawless in the division-clinching victory. Erby finished 24 of 29 for a season-high 412 yards and four touchdowns. Those TDs went for 13, 30, 60 and 30 yards to three different receivers.

Landon Eichhorn, jr., QB, Mifflin County: Eichhorn connected with three receivers for four touchdowns in a 41-7 blowout win over Red Land, finishing with 285 yards on 11 of 18 passing.

Isaac Sines, sr., QB, Cumberland Valley: Sines snapped the Eagles’ two-game losing streak with a vintage performance, throwing for 191 yards and rushing for 73 in a 37-6 win over Altoona. Sines accounted for four touchdowns and kicked a field goal.

Trey McCardell, sr., RB, Boiling Springs: The Bubblers closed the season on a high night, edging Camp Hill 35-28 to snap a six-game skid. And McCardell balled out. The senior rushed 31 times for 229 yards and two touchdowns in the win.

Drew Branstetter, so., QB, Camp Hill: It’s not often a quarterback throws for 400 yards in a loss, but that’s what Branstetter did Friday. The sophomore completed 24 of 44 passes for an even 400 stripes, tossing four touchdowns to three receivers and a pick in a 35-28 loss to the Bubblers.

Preston Burnett, fr., RB/LB, Gettysburg: No score was more dramatic or important to Gettsbyrg’s Colonial-clinching 23-16 win over Susquehanna Township than Burnett’s. The rookie scooped up a fumble and raced 50 yards to the end zone in the third quarter, capping a 14-point swing in just four plays to take the lead and the division. Burnett finished with eight carries for 60 yards on offense and four tackles on defense.

Cole Bartrum, jr., RB, Northern: The Polar Bears secured a playoff spot with a 21-14 win over Mechanicsburg, and Bartrum keyed the effort. The junior scored two crucial fourth-quarter touchdowns from 1 and 2 yards out that proved the difference and finished with 168 yards on 30 carries.

Andrew Soffe, jr., K, Waynesboro: Soffe drilled two huge kicks to lead Waynesboro to a 13-10 double-overtime win over East Pennsboro. The first was a 40-yarder with 4:41 to play that tied the game at 3-3 and forced overtime. The second came in the second extra period when he nailed a 26-yard game-winner.

Jeremiah Hargrove, jr., RB, Carlisle: The Thundering Herd locked up a Class 6A playoff spot with a come-from-behind 27-14 win over CD East. Hargrove keyed the comeback, scoring three times (covering 21, 2 and 11 yards) and finishing with 71 rushing yards and 31 receiving.

Tavon Cooper, sr., RB, Greencastle-Antrim: Cooper picked the perfect time to post a career performance. The senior shredded Shippensburg’s defense in a 42-26 road win for 249 yards and four scores on 35 tough carries. He also had two receptions for 18 yards and a TD. Cooper scored five straight Blue Devils TDs that covered 5, 6 (receiving), 12, 10 and two yards.

Stone Saunders, so., QB, Bishop McDevitt: Another big game for the signal caller fueled a 68-14 shellacking of Lower Dauphin. Saunders finished a nearly perfect 11 of 12 for 360 yards and hit multiple receivers for six total touchdowns

Ian Bates, so., RB/DB, Line Mountain: Bates rushed 27 times for 127 yards and one touchdown, but it wasn’t enough as the Eagles dropped a 25-14 verdict to Mid-Penn Liberty champ Upper Dauphin. Bates’ lone score came with 11 seconds left in the first half from 10 yards out. He crossed the 1,000-yard mark for the season.

Zach Bellis, jr., OL/LB, Newport: Bellis uncorked a strong defensive performance as Newport won its second straight game, piling up 13 tackles as the Buffaloes defeated James Buchanan 17-12. One of Bellis’ stops was a sack.

Heath Hutchinson, jr., RB/DB, Juniata: Hutchinson racked up 128 rushing yards on 17 attempts as the Indians bowled over Susquenita 19-3 in their regular-season finale. Hutchinson scored an early 33-yard touchdown. 

This poll has ended (since 1 year).
Trey McCardell, sr., RB, Boiling Springs:
42.55%
Ian Bates, so., RB/DB, Line Mountain:
34.83%
Zach Bellis, jr., OL/LB, Newport:
8.15%
Heath Hutchinson, jr., RB/DB, Juniata:
8.04%
Jeremiah Hargrove, jr., RB, Carlisle:
1.82%
Alex Erby, jr., QB, Steel-High:
1.18%
Isaac Sines, sr., QB, Cumberland Valley:
0.96%
Drew Branstetter, so., QB, Camp Hill:
0.54%
Stone Saunders, so., QB, Bishop McDevitt:
0.54%
Cole Bartrum, jr., RB, Northern:
0.54%
Tavon Cooper, sr., RB, Greencastle-Antrim:
0.43%
Landon Eichhorn, jr., QB, Mifflin County:
0.21%
Preston Burnett, fr., RB/LB, Gettysburg:
0.11%
Durrell Ceasar Jr., jr., WR, Steel-High:
0.11%
Andrew Soffe, jr., K, Waynesboro:
0.00%

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