Which ECI football player had the best performance in Week 9? (Poll Closed)

  • Jay County's Bailey Cox. The junior RB ran for 203 yards off 23 carries, scored two rushing touchdowns and had five tackles. He helped Jay County to its first victory of the season, a 46-21 victory over Heritage.
    2%
    33 votes

     
  • Jay County's Rylee Huftel. The junior WR/FS had 77 rushing yards, three rushing touchdowns, a team-high seven tackles and a 49-yard interception. He helped Jay County to its first win of the season, a 46-21 victory over Heritage.
    2%
    30 votes

     
  • Winchester's Cole Campbell. The senior RB had 228 offensive yards, two rushing touchdowns and returned an 82-yard kickoff for a score in the first quarter. He scored all of the Golden Falcons' points in their 26-24 loss against Union City.
    3%
    51 votes

     
  • New Castle's William Grieser. The junior QB completed 27-of-35 passes for 315 passing yards and had seven passing touchdowns to go along with 66 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown. He helped spark the Trojans offense in their 62-35 win over Greenfield-Central.
    45%
    783 votes

     
  • Wes-Del's Eric Harlan. The junior QB threw for 107 passing yards and three passing touchdowns and had a game-high 159 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns. Harlan was a part of each of Wes-Del's six first half touchdowns in its 41-0 win over Purdue Polytechnic.
    3%
    45 votes

     
  • Monroe Central's Joel Kennedy. The sophomore RB scored three touchdowns and ran for 97 yards off 16 carries. He was a crucial part in Monroe Central's 35-12 victory over conference for Shenandoah.
    34%
    587 votes

     
  • Muncie Central's Shoka Griffin. The sophomore RB had a career day, running for 306 yards and five touchdowns off 43 carries. Griffin elevated the Bearcats' to a season-high 41 points and helped them gain more than 500 yards of total offense in their 51-41 loss against Logansport.
    12%
    206 votes

     

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