Vote: Top Ohio football player of the week, Oct. 29 (Poll Closed)

  • Noah Macko, Bethel-Tate – The senior running back and linebacker had 251 yards on 30 carries and five touchdowns in a 44-14 win over Fayetteville-Perry Oct. 26.
    168 votes

  • Kalib Dailey, Elder – The senior defensive back had a key interception that sealed the win for Elder over Greater Catholic League- South rival La Salle.
    117 votes

  • Jake Ayler, Milford - He had a Senior Night to remember, accounting for 183 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns in Milford's 33-7 win over Turpin. Ayler scored Milford's first two TDs of the night, one receiving and one rushing, then sparked the Eagles in the second half with his first career punt return TD. For the game, Ayler had 114 yards receiving on a team-high eight catches.
    288 votes

  • Chris Payne, St. Xavier – The senior running back had 97 rushing yards with two touchdowns against St. Xavier Louisville, KY for the 34-7 win. He was named MVP on game night and helped the team secure the No. 8 seed in the playoffs.
    333 votes

  • Evan Prater, Wyoming – He had four of the Cowboys’ five touchdowns and nearly all of their offensive yards in the 37-7 win over Indian Hill.
    89 votes

  • Demarco Bradley, Taft – The senior came up big for the Senators scoring a touchdown on the ground and one in the air in the 28-8 victory over Aiken. It was the last regular season game at Stargel Stadium.
    24 votes

  • Gabe Huffman, Little Miami – He finished with a team-high 15 tackles, one sack and two forced fumbles in a 45-12 win over Western Hills to cement the Panthers’ spot in the state playoffs. Little Miami last qualified in 1992.
    56 votes

  • Cole Fisher, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy – He threw for 330 yards and four touchdowns, adding a rushing score, in the 43-29 win over Miami Valley Christian Academy. The win secured the Eagles’ ninth-straight trip to the postseason.
    2,820 votes

  • Elijah Williams, Edgewood – The senior ran for 174 yards and three scores as he helped Edgewood claim a share of the Southwest Ohio Conference title and a home game in the Region 8 playoffs with the 33-7 win over Mt. Healthy.
    15 votes

  • Jack Dobrozsi, Lakota East – He reached more than 1,000 rushing yards for the season after Friday night’s efforts, a 42-21 win over Sycamore. The senior running back had 184 yards and two scores on 25 carries.
    830 votes

  • Miyan Williams, Winton Woods – The junior running back gained 192 yards and scored two touchdowns on 16 carries for Winton Woods, as the Warriors beat Moeller 21-17.
    58 votes

  • Brayden Sipple, Blanchester – He finished with 135 passing yards and five touchdowns, hitting his school-record 23rd touchdown of the season in the 53-6 win over East Clinton.
    3,398 votes

  • Syncere Jones, Colerain – He had two touchdowns on 90 yard in just five carries in the 49-0 win over Lakota West.
    55 votes

  • Josh Taylor, Western Brown – The senior quarterback leads the city in passing yards with 2,563 after 222 passing yards in a 29-14 win over Batavia.
    317 votes


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