Vote: Top Ohio football player of the week, Nov. 5 (Poll Closed)

  • Cole Fisher, CHCA – The junior quarterback threw 216 yards and four touchdowns while running 71 yards and gaining another score in the 49-42 win over West Jefferson. In the fourth quarter, he threw for a touchdown and had the game-winning score with a 13-yard run.
    20.99%
    2,935 votes

     
  • Brendan Lamb, Clinton-Massie – He found the end zone four times and ran for 80 yards in CM’s 46-0 win over Springfield Shawnee Saturday.
    0.27%
    38 votes

     
  • Dimetrious Baylor, Indian Hill – He had 173 yards rushing and two touchdowns in the 63-28 win over Waverly Saturday night. He also had four tackles, two unassisted.
    1.06%
    148 votes

     
  • Luke Tabler, Badin – The senior defensive back finished with six tackles and three interceptions including 25-yard pick six with 9:15 to go in the game to beat Butler 33-22 Friday.
    1.09%
    152 votes

     
  • Sully Janeck, Fenwick – The quarterback was 14-for-23 with 190 yards passing for two touchdowns to Jack Fessler, as well as having 14 yards rushing on four attempts, to help Fenwick beat Chaminade Julienne 28-7 Friday.
    26.1%
    3,650 votes

     
  • Brody Reder, Little Miami – The quarterback ran in a touchdown during the fourth quarter of the Panthers' playoff game with Edgewood. He then completed a 39-yard pass late in the game set-up the Panthers' game-winning field goal. Reder finished with 73 yards passing and 90 yards rushing.
    10.48%
    1,466 votes

     
  • Matthew Luebbe, Elder – He had 86 yards rushing with a pair of touchdowns on 12 attempts and had 15 passing yards to help the Panthers beat Moeller 35-0.
    4.73%
    662 votes

     
  • Dylan Hughes, Milford – The senior was a key offensive performer in Milford's first-ever playoff win over Fairfield as the speedy senior hauled in six passes for 163 yards and two touchdowns. Hughes did much of his damage during the Eagles' 32 unanswered point explosion, catching four balls for 120 yards and both scores.
    5.99%
    838 votes

     
  • Sean Church, Lakota East – He was 7-for-10 for 92 yards in the air to Evan Yablonsky to help Lakota East upset Mason 20-17 in the first round of the playoffs. He also had 14 rushing attempts for 29 yards and one touchdown.
    1.12%
    157 votes

     
  • Miyan Williams, Winton Woods - He touched the ball 20 times Friday evening in Winton Woods' opening-round playoff game against Lewis Center Olentangy. Six of those touches went for touchdowns. Williams finished with 430 yards and helped the Warriors overcome a 35-14 halftime deficit to claim a 49-42 win. Williams had touchdown runs of 71, 1, 73, 27, 88 and 52 yards and finished with an average of 21.5 yards per carry.
    26.29%
    3,676 votes

     
  • Evan Prater, Wyoming - The Wyoming junior quarterback went 14-of-16 passing for 204 yards and a touchdown. He also scrambled for 80 yards and three more touchdowns in the Cowboys' 48-7 first-round win.
    0.34%
    47 votes

     
  • David Thompson, Anderson – He accounted for four touchdowns as Anderson avenged a regular-season loss to Kings with a 42-35 win Friday night. Thompson finished with 226 passing yards and 41 on the ground. He threw for a pair of touchdowns and ran for a pair
    0.82%
    115 votes

     
  • Ivan Pace Jr., Colerain – He continued his two-way dominance on Friday night. The Colerain senior had a game-high 12 tackles (seven solo) and forced a fumble on defense while also running for 58 yards and two scores on offense. His big night helped power the Cardinals to a 35-9 victory against St. Xavier.
    0.7%
    98 votes

     

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