Vote: Top Ohio football player of the week, Sept. 17 (Poll Closed)

  • Keane Warner, Cincinnati Country Day – The Indians stayed undefeated with two second-half touchdowns by Warner, one of which was the game-clinching score.
    2%
    112 votes

     
  • Cole Pelgen, Middletown Madison - The senior linebacker/defensive end leads the Southwestern Buckeye League in sacks with 7.5. On Friday night he recorded his third-straight two-sack game. He also blocked a punt and later in the contest picked off a pass and returned it 40 yards for a score. The Mohawks defeated Preble Shawnee 48-14. Pelgen has 27 tackles this season as well as a forced fumble.
    1%
    49 votes

     
  • Josh Anderson, New Richmond - The senior ran the ball 16 times for 88 yards and three touchdowns. He also completed seven passes for 64 yards and placed a punt inside the 20 as the Lions beat Talawanda 34-3.
    1%
    62 votes

     
  • Logan Dalton, Mason – The senior running back finished with 145 yards on 15 carries and a pair of touchdowns, including the game-tying score with 4:44 to play in regulation. The Comets went on to win the game in overtime.
    26%
    1,253 votes

     
  • Nak’emon Williams, Kings – The senior running back carried the ball 28 times Sept. 14 in a win over Anderson, finishing with 221 rushing yards and three scores including a fourth-quarter touchdown that put the game away for the Knights.
    3%
    145 votes

     
  • RJ Khayo, Moeller – Finishing with 251 all-purpose yards, the senior caught a 70-yard TD pass, ran a punt back 60 yards for a score and finished off his night with a 90-yard TD run in the third quarter. In all he caught six passes, ran the ball four times and returned three punts in a win over Lafayette.
    16%
    754 votes

     
  • DeAnte Smith-Moore, Colerain – He was 10-for-14 for 316 yards passing and five touchdowns, in addition to rushing 31 yards, in the 44-3 win over Middletown Sept. 14.
    2%
    94 votes

     
  • Dimetrius Baylor, Indian Hill – In addition to a game-altering sack in the fourth question that caused the Madeira quarterback to fumble, Baylor had three rushing touchdowns in the 30-7 win Sept. 14.
    20%
    960 votes

     
  • Hosea Hairston, Princeton – He completed a hail-mary pass with :01 on the clock to beat Lakota East 30-28 Sept. 14. He finished with 258 yards and four touchdowns passing and 116 yards rushing.
    3%
    155 votes

     
  • Jason Griffin, Batavia – He had five carries for 156 yards and three touchdowns, with 14 tackles and two passes deflected in the 42-12 win over Bethel-Tate Sept. 14.
    10%
    498 votes

     
  • MJ Horton, La Salle – The Lancer quarterback threw for 247 yards and two scores and ran for two more in a win over Kentucky football powerhouse Scott County.
    6%
    271 votes

     
  • Hunter Johnson, Milford – The junior quarterback keyed the Milford passing attack that led the Eagles to a 42-21 win over Walnut Hills. Johnson finished the night with career-highs of 261 yards and four touchdowns through the air. Senior wide receiver Jake Ayler was Johnson’s target all night, finishing with six catches for 113 yards and a 85-yard touchdown. The score was the longest pass play in over a decade for Milford Football.
    7%
    312 votes

     
  • Josh Taylor, Western Brown – The quarterback had 419 passing yards and 156 rushing yards in last week’s win over undefeated Jackson Sept. 14.
    2%
    89 votes

     

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