Select GameTimePa Football Athlete of the Week, Oct. 7-11 (Poll Closed)

  • Judah Tomb, Central York: The wide receiver caught just two passes but produced 138 yards and two touchdown passes. One of his touchdowns from quarterback Beau Pribula went for 93 yards.
    541 votes

  • D.K. Wyche, York Catholic: He rushed 22 times for 150 yards and two touchdowns in a 24-0 win over Hanover Friday. His longest run was 26 yards.
    176 votes

  • D.J. Noland, Kennard-Dale: The sophomore rushed just four times and scored on every carry while picking up 153 yards in a 42-14 win over West York. He averaged 38.3 yards per carry with his longest going for 53 yards.
    1,047 votes

  • Ryan Hart, Bermudian Springs: Ran for three touchdowns and caught one score Friday as the Eagles scored a 48-8 Homecoming win over YAIAA Division III opponent York Tech. The 5-foot-11, 165-pound senior carried the ball six times for 100 yards and hauled in one reception for 46 yards as Bermudian Springs remains a game behind Division III leader Delone Catholic.
    26 votes

  • Brayden Long, New Oxford: The senior quarterback threw for three touchdowns and caught one TD on Friday as the Colonials scored a shutout road win over Red Lion in a YAIAA Division I battle. Long completed 16 of 27 passes for 198 yards and rushed for 62 yards as New Oxford moved to 3-2 in the Division and 5-3 overall.
    71 votes

  • Savion Harrison, York Suburban: The 5-foot-9, 170-pound senior helped the Trojans remain unbeaten on the season by rushing 24 times for 323 yards and four touchdowns Friday against Gettysburg in a YAIAA Division II game. The 323 yards is believed to be a school record.
    335 votes

  • Will Shoemaker, Littlestown: The 5-foot-9, 162-pound junior rushed 15 times for a game-high 129 yards and one touchdown during Friday's YAIAA Division III win at Biglerville. The Thunderbolts remain tied with Bermudian Springs at 4-1 in Division III, a game behind leader Delone Catholic.
    46 votes


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