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Noah Hillis and Greg Campbell, srs., RB & QB, Bangor: What do you do when two gents on the same team each rush for 145 yards and three touchdowns? You make them co-nominees for our player of the week. They were responsible for nearly every yard of production Friday night in their team’s 41-0 blanking of Wilson.
Michael Gelatko, jr., DB, Marian Catholic: When you play a defensive game, you know there will be standout performances that contributed to the low-scoring affair. Gelatko delivered with a team-high 11 tackles, including three for a loss, and one sack in his team’s 12-6 victory against Nativity BVM.
Aiden Myers, sr., RB, Schuylkill Haven: Myers carried a heavy load for Haven Friday night against Palisades. The senior logged 32 totes for 200 stripes and two touchdowns.
Jack Robertson, jr., WR, Saucon Valley: Robertson sure made the most of his opportunities Friday night against Pottsville. The junior hauled in two receptions for 97 stripes and a pair of touchdowns in his team’s 21-9 victory.
Cade Schultz, sr., DT, Minersville: Schultz proved to be a disruptive force Friday night in Minersville’s 41-28 victory against Panther Valley. He also had a team-high 10 tackles, including four for a loss, and a QB hurry.
Luke Stevenosky, sr., RB, Minersville: Stop us if you’ve heard this one before. Stevenosky turned in another monster performance, racking up 272 stripes on 17 carries. He reached the end zone three times on the evening.