Vote: Top Ohio football player of the week, Aug. 27 (Poll Closed)

  • Juthan McClain, Fairfield – The junior finished with 437 all-purpose yards and scored all seven of Fairfield’s touchdowns in a 49-21 win over Centerville. He caught three receiving touchdowns and returned a kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown, in addition to three rushing touchdowns.
    291 votes

  • Peyton Pugh, St. Bernard-Elmwood Place – The junior starting quarterback had 360 all-purpose yards in a 39-0 win over Shroder, accounting for three touchdowns. He had nine carries for 140 yards and two touchdowns. He was 8-for-11 passing for 124 yards. He also had two punt returns for 95 yards and a touchdown.
    209 votes

  • Connor Holmes, Goshen – The quarterback threw for two touchdown passes, 56 and 17 yards, and had a one-yard touchdown run Aug. 24. He finished with 89 yards passing and 54 yards rushing.
    1,392 votes

  • Corey Kiner, Roger Bacon – He had 235 yards on 17 carries with six touchdowns, five rushing and one receiving, to tie a school record in a 54- win over Reading Aug. 24.
    368 votes

  • Evan Brown, Edgewood – The senior linebacker/tight end had an interception returned for 22 yards and a touchdown, in addition to a 6-yard touchdown reception in a 49-7 win over Monroe.
    817 votes

  • Ethan Myers, Oak Hills – The quarterback had 3 touchdown passes for 171 yards and 1 touchdown for 87 yards rushing to defeat defending state champion East Central Aug. 24.
    5,138 votes

  • Connor Kinnett, Harrison – The junior quarterback was 18-for-23 passing for 393 yards and four touchdowns. He was 75 rushing with two touchdowns in a 42-19 win over Vandalia-Butler.
    696 votes

  • Michael Bittner, Elder – He was 22-for-34 with 261 passing yards for two touchdowns and 13 rushing attempts for 55 years and one touchdown in a 31-0 win over Gahanna Lincoln Aug. 24.
    799 votes

  • Kaleb Moell, Batavia – The quarterback and linebacker helped Batavia to a 14-6 win over rival Williamsburg. He had five carries for 55 yards and one touchdown and was 2-for-6 passing with 71 yards and one touchdown. He had 17 tackles, two tackles for loss, 1 forced fumble and a fumble recovered.
    4,902 votes

  • Cole Fisher, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy – He was 11-for-17 passing for 169 yards and one touchdown in a win over Carlisle, 41-14, Aug. 24. He also had four carries for 88 yards rushing and two touchdowns, including a 42-yard scramble for touchdown on third and 22.
    1,002 votes

  • Matthew Adkins, Cincinnati Country Day – He had four touchdowns in a 25-6 win over Holy Cross. He also had a 25-yard TD run and 58-yard punt return called back.
    300 votes


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