Vote: Top Ohio football player of the week, Oct. 1 (Poll Closed)

  • Ronni Wainscott, Elder – While the offense of previous football player of the week Michael Bittner had a huge part in the win over St. Xavier, Wainscott’s pass interception returned for 98 yards might have been the play of the game.
    1,066 votes

  • B.J. Hendrix, Moeller – The senior defensive back’s interception in overtime lifted the Crusaders to a 2-0 record against league opponents when Moeller beat La Salle 21-14.
    3,115 votes

  • Jack Fessler, Fenwick – He ran for 279 yards and five touchdowns in Fenwick’s win over McNicholas Sept. 28. His 24 carries averaged 11.6 yards per run.
    341 votes

  • Jordan McConnell, Sycamore – He had a season-high 163 yards and four touchdowns in the win over Middletown Sept. 28. He ran for three scores and added a 21-yard touchdown reception to put the Aviators up for good in the third quarter.
    576 votes

  • Ivan Pace Jr., Colerain – The linebacker/running back ran for 136 yards and two touchdowns, also catching a 21-yard pass. On defense, he recorded six tackles (three solo) and a forced fumble in the win over Hamilton Sept. 28.
    300 votes

  • Miyan Williams, Winton Woods – He had 5 touchdowns on 320 yards in 24 attempts in a 49-35 win over Indianapolis Bishop Chatard Sept. 28.
    127 votes

  • Cameron Kells, Milford – The senior scored an seven touchdowns in Milford’s key 56-20 win over Anderson. For the night, Kells finished with 296 yards from scrimmage (251 rushing, 45 receiving), scoring six rushing TDs and adding one receiving. Kells’ efforts match the most rushing TDs in a game by a Milford player over the last decade and his seven total scores are the most of the time period.
    464 votes

  • Drew McKibben, Williamsburg – He had 143 yards on 14 carries for two touchdowns and had one catch for 20 years in the 40-10 win over East Clinton Sept. 28.
    3,741 votes

  • Corey Kiner, Roger Bacon – The sophomore eclipsed 1,000 yards for the Spartans. He had 162 yards and four touchdowns in a 35-28 loss to Chaminade-Julienne.
    147 votes

  • John Thornton, Indian Hill – In addition to sacking the quarterback, the dominant defensive stopper scored his first two offensive touchdowns of his career in a 55-13 win over Mariemont.
    139 votes


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