It was another great weekend of high school football action all around Ohio, and the staff of NEOSI was there to cover it. We need your help, however, in choosing this week’s “Player of the Week.”
Make sure to go into the comment section of this article and leave us your vote for “Player of the Week.” The winner will be announced Wednesday night. Share this article on social media as many times as possible to support your player!
**** Also remember, these candidates are only from the games we covered personally. That doesn’t mean that you can’t vote for someone else not listed. If you feel that there is someone more deserving who played in a game we didn’t cover, by all means, PLEASE VOTE FOR THEM instead in the comment section. You are not limited to just these options.
***** please note the voting cutoff is Wednesday September 6 at 5pm EST.*****
The Votes Have Been Counted and your winner is
Berea Midpark QB Trevor Bycznski
17-of-32 passing for 245 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran six times for 79 yards and three touchdowns. (five total touchdowns and 324 total yards)
Berea Midpark RB Bryce Agnew
188 yards on 14 carries, averaging 13.4 yards per carry, and scoring three times on the evening (two rushing touchdowns, one receiving touchdown)
Shaker Heights Defense
Forced seven turnovers against John Adams.
Wellington QB Mason Wright
111 yards rushing, 144 yards passing and had eight yards receiving on offense. He also recorded seven tackles on defense and had the big fumble recovery to set up his own touchdown run.
Brooklyn QB John Kenderes
6-of-13 for 95 yards and two touchdowns. Also had 10 rushes for 109 yards and a touchdown. The performance brought Brooklyn their first win in two seasons.
Nordonia QB Robby Levak
20-of-40 for 355 yards and three touchdowns.
Avon QB Ryan Maloy
12-of-19 for 180 yards and two touchdowns.
Brunswick QB Josh Stacho.
10-of-17 passing for 149 yards along with 18 carries for 73 yards including three touchdown runs.
North Royalton RB Zach Antonio
163 all-purpose yards, a rushing touchdown and kickoff return brought back for a touchdown.
St. Ignatius QB Kyle Hall
14-of-30 for 301 yards and three touchdowns.
Amherst RB Khennedy Scagliozzo
199 yards on 20 carries with two touchdowns.
Buckeye WR Justin Canedy
285 all-purpose yards, two touchdowns, one rushing and one kickoff return for a touchdown.
Ethan Gerding – Defense Highland
19 tackles, 2 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery, 1 sack.
Highland won 35-0.