WCPO has partnered with TriStateFootball.com to present the High School Football Player of the Week.
Each week 10 to 14 nominees are selected from the area’s top performances and included in an online voting poll to determine a winner.
The voting opens no later than Monday afternoon each week and ends each Friday morning at 9 a.m. Voting is limited to one vote per hour, per IP address. Networks that share a single IP may experience problems in repeating voting, so please be aware of that while casting your vote.
Once a player wins, he is ineligible to be nominated a second time.
All of the season winners will be recognized and receive a plaque at the TriStateFootball.com Year in Review shows in January (more details announced during postseason)
Vote below or go to http://www.tristatefootball.com/articles.asp?articleid=5408
Here are this week’s nominations:
Tyler Anderson, New Richmond: Anderson ran for 200+ yards for a third straight week. He racked up 223 yards rushing while tying his own school record with six rushing touchdowns in a game as the Lions knocked off Bethel-Tate.
Frank Catrine, Bishop Fenwick: The senior capped off a great career with 217 yards rushing, three touchdowns on the ground and 249 all-purpose yards as the Falcons smoked Carroll. 70-14.
Lane Edmisten, Williamsburg: Piled up 307 yards of total offense (173 passing, 134 rushing) with three touchdowns (two passing, one rushing) as Wildcats took out Goshen and advanced to the playoffs for the first time since 2001 and fourth time in school history.
Tyrell Gilbert, Princeton: In his final varsity game Gilbert electrified the crowd with 466 yards (289 passing, 177 rushing) and seven touchdowns (four passing, three rushing) as the Vikings beat Middletown.
Zach Harris, Highlands: He rushed for 142 yards, caught five passes for 113 yards and scored three touchdowns (two rushing, one receiving) as the Bluebirds won a wild one over Warren Central.
Koty Kendall, Taylor: The junior helped the Yellow Jackets secure a winning season by picking up 230 yards and three touchdowns on the ground while adding a 36-yard TD catch versus Indian Hill.
Hunter Krause, Fairfield: The sophomore tied a school record with five touchdown passes (all before halftime) while throwing for 362 yards as Fairfield beat Hamilton to finish 9-1.
Nate McCoy, Gallatin County: McCoy caught six balls for 249 yards and three touchdowns, returned a punt and interception for scores, and had another interception to go with 426 all-purpose yards as the Wildcats beat Bishop Brossart. All five of the senior’s touchdowns were 50 yards or more.
David Montgomery, Mount Healthy: The sophomore QB had 213 yards and four touchdowns as Mount Healthy beat Northwest 31-28 and captured its second straight SWOC title.
Charlie Mullins, Newport: Mullins passed for 327 yards and accounted for three touchdowns (two passing, one rushing) as Newport beat Holmes to even their its at 5-5.
DeTaun Smith-Moore, Colerain: He helped the Cardinals finish the regular season 10-0 by tallying 304 yards and three touchdowns on 34 carries versus Oak Hills.
Antonio Woods, Summit Country Day: Woods threw one pass for a 73-yard touchdown, had two carries for scores from 62 and 53 yards out (115 yards rushing) and returned a punt 62 yards for six more points all before halftime as SCD had its way with Lockland.
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