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Justin Bardo, jr., LB, Mechanicsburg: Bardo had an absurd 19 tackles in the Wildcats’ 34-22 win over Greencastle-Antrim. Mechanicsburg recorded three turnovers in its second straight win, with Bardo responsible for two interceptions. 

Cole Bartram, sr., RB, Northern: We may never see another night like it. Bartram put up the kinds of numbers Friday night some players are lucky to have in an entire season, rushing for an insane 500 yards and nine touchdowns on an otherworldly 48 carries in a 63-42 victory over Gettysburg. He had 1,120 yards and 12 TDs entering Week 9.

Nolan Baumert, sr., RB, Line Mountain: Baumert capped a furious 40-30 comeback victory over Juniata with a 55-yard dash to the end zone with 25 seconds left, gifting the Eagles a share of the Liberty Division title. He finished with 185 yards on 17 carries, adding a third-quarter TD as well, and caught a 21-yard pass.

Teegan Carroll, so., QB/LB, Halifax: Carroll accounted for five touchdowns in a 46-22 victory over winless Newport, and he finished with 153 rushing yards and 118 passing to help the Wildcats snap a four-game losing streak.

Durrell Ceasar Jr., sr., WR/DB, Steel-High: Caesar’s 73-yard fumble recovery return for a touchdown put the Rollers ahead in the second quarter, and his 77-yard touchdown reception in the third kept the game close before they finally pulled away from Trinity in a wild 42-37 victory. Caesar finished with four receptions and 77 yards.

Derek Gibney, sr., QB, Susquenita: Gibney overcame two interceptions to throw for 262 yards and three touchdowns on a tidy 17-of-26 passing in a 48-6 blowout of James Buchanan. Improving the Blackhawks to 4-5, he also rushed for 42 yards and a TD on two carries and had two tackles on defense.

Grant Hall, jr., RB, Big Spring: Hall averaged a whopping 15.3 yards on 14 carries, finishing with 214 yards and a couple of trips to the end zone in the Bulldogs’ 42-14 victory over Upper Dauphin. He also snagged three passes for 53 yards, including a go-ahead 45-yard TD grab.

Nijeer Kittrell, sr., RB, Milton Hershey: Subbing in for an injured Elijah Johnson, Kittrell performed admirably on both sides of the ball in a 41-6 rout of Palmyra. He rushed for 141 yards, including a 74-yard touchdown, doing most of his damage in the second half. And he returned an interception to the house.

Shawn Lee Jr., jr., QB, Harrisburg: Lee did plenty in a 60-14 blowout of Chambersburg, going 13 of 23 for 174 yards and a couple of touchdowns (22, 29 yards) and an additional 106 yards and two scores (10, 28 yards) on 11 rushes. And he chipped in a defensive interception for good measure.

Bron Mosley, sr., RB, Altoona: Mosley twice had to score go-ahead touchdowns, the second finally pushing the Mountain Lions ahead of Carlisle for good in a 28-19 victory. He finished with three TDs (2, 1 and 7 yards) and 162 stripes on a workmanlike 36 carries.

Keith Oates III, sr., QB, East Pennsboro: In a Colonial Division championship-winning performance, Oates’ threw for 206 yards (12 of 22 passing) and ran five times for 15 times in a 31-28 comeback win over Susquehanna Township. He threw two TDs and won the game with a 1-yard QB sneak and successful two-point conversion pass with 1:25 left to play.

Marcus Quaker, sr., QB, West Perry: On a night when the 9-0 Mustangs ran for 403 total yards in a 48-24 win over Camp Hill, Quaker churned out 111 of them. The dual-threat QB scored four times on nine carries, including a 44-yard dash in the first quarter, ahead of a mammoth Week 10 game against Steel-High.

Stone Saunders, jr., QB, Bishop McDevitt: Saunders, a Kentucky verbal commit, was again his efficient self in a 42-0 blowout of Mifflin County, finishing with 287 yards and four scores on 21-of-29 passing. He threw two TDs to Alabama commit Rico Scott.

Josh Smith, jr., WR/DB, Mechanicsburg: Smith caught 10 passes for 117 yards and fourth-quarter touchdowns of 32 and 8 yards in a 32-22 win over Greencastle-Antrim. He also, on a trick play that had him throwing, connected with Henry Notarfrancesco for a 67-yard TD.

Bryce Staretz, sr., RB, Cumberland Valley: Staretz scored two crucial touchdowns, a 6-yarder in the first quarter and game-winning 39-yard with 2:56 to play, in the Eagles’ stunning 17-10 upset over State College. He finished with 134 yards on 20 carries in the home win.

This poll has ended (since 5 months).
Teegan Carroll, so., QB/LB, Halifax:
45.95%
Nolan Baumert, sr., RB, Line Mountain:
39.47%
Bryce Staretz, sr., RB, Cumberland Valley:
8.41%
Keith Oates III, sr., QB, East Pennsboro:
1.90%
Durrell Ceasar Jr., sr., WR/DB, Steel-High:
1.67%
Justin Bardo, jr., LB, Mechanicsburg:
0.80%
Grant Hall, jr., RB, Big Spring:
0.68%
Derek Gibney, sr., QB, Susquenita:
0.32%
Marcus Quaker, sr., QB, West Perry:
0.31%
Cole Bartram, sr., RB, Northern:
0.27%
Stone Saunders, jr., QB, Bishop McDevitt:
0.10%
Shawn Lee Jr., jr., QB, Harrisburg:
0.03%
Nijeer Kittrell, sr., RB, Milton Hershey:
0.03%
Josh Smith, jr., WR/DB, Mechanicsburg:
0.03%
Bron Mosley, sr., RB, Altoona:
0.03%

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