By 4th Down staff:
Welcome to 4th Down Magazine's vote for the Week 2 Player of the Week.
The nominees for the week are listed below in alphabetical order. Vote for the player with the most impressive performance.
The poll will remain open until Tuesday evening at 11 p.m. The winner will be announced on Wednesday.
East Pennsboro RB Onasis Neely (Sr): Neely shredded West Perry’s defense in a 47-21 victory, which held Palmyra to 28 points a week ago, for six touchdowns (five rushing, one receiving). The senior rushed for 254 stripes on 24 touches to go with two receptions, 48 yards.
Cumberland Valley WR/DB Charlie Katshir (Sr): Katshir caught a pair of third-quarter TD passes, one a 32-yard go-up-and-get-it pass down the right sideline, the other a 31-yard sliding grab. He hauled in six passes for 107 yards and also connected on all five PATs in CV’s 35-0 win over Central York
CD East Kane Everson (Jr.): In a tight 21-14 win over Lower Dauphin, Everson went 3-for-4 for 32 yards passing, but did more with the ball in his hands. Along with a 25-yard reception, Everson went for 121 yards and two scores on 11 carries.
Camp Hill QB Quinn Buffington (Sr.): Yep, the Lions lost to Annville-Cleona 39-30, but Buffington can’t be blamed. The senior southpaw went 16-of-36 for 232 yards and two TDs. He also added a 75-yard scoring run, finishing with 120 yards on nine carries.
State College RB Isaiah Edwards (So): Edwards scored three times, including a 61-yard and 72-yard march. Tristen Lyons and Tommy Friberg also hit the century mark in the Little Lions’ 55-27 win over Hollidaysburg, but it was Edwards’ big eight-carry, 169-yard night that gets the nod.
Waynesboro OLB/RB Mason Frampton (Sr.): The Indians didn’t score a single offensive touchdown, winning 23-10 over Lancaster Catholic. Frampton had 11 tackles (5 solo, 3 for a loss), two sacks, three QB hurries and an INT. He also forced two fumbles and recovered one for a 36-yard TD. He added 41 yards rushing, eight receiving and 34 on kick returns.
Susquenita RB Trent McGuire (Sr.): It's easier to get the nod when you rip off 267 yards, a career best for the speedster. McGuire carried the rock 28 times and, taking the third one 71 yards to the house for his only score of the game. His efforts helped the Blackhawks hand Halifax its first loss of the season 26-7.
Tri-Valley QB Logan Yoder (Sr.): Tri-Valley kept itself in the TVL hunt early with a 49-6 thumping of Upper Dauphin. Yoder was solid, completing 10-of-15 (66.7 percent) passes and running for 33 yards and six touches. Yoder had a 1-yard TD run and scoring tosses of 5, 30 and 45 yards.
Williams Valley RB Dylan Rabuck (Sr.): Rabuck has been a regular on here, and comes off a Week 2 performance that included 20 carries, 229 yards and three scores. In WV’s 42-12 win he scored on runs of 68, 2 and 27 yards.
Steel-High RB Dupri Andrews (Jr.): In the Rollers’ 44-26 road win over Dover, Andrews was a stud. The junior ran for 209 yards and scored on runs of 15, 68 and 33 yards, then added 30-yard and 25-yard touchdown hauls for good measure.
0 VoteGavyn Barnes, Carlisle0%
0 VoteJoseph Bruno, Mechanicsburg0%
0 VoteQuinn Buffington, Camp Hill0%
0 VoteBryson Clark, Juniata0%
0 VoteTommy Kirchhoff, Trinity0%
0 VoteEthan Lee, Big Spring0%
1 VoteOnasis Neely, East Pennsboro50%
1 VoteDylan Rabuck, Williams Valley50%
0 VoteJack Shea, Hershey0%
0 VoteBrady Straub, Central Dauphin0%