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WCPO-TV has partnered with TriStateFootball.com to present the High School Football Player of the Week.
Each week 10-14 nominees will be selected from a large list of some of the area’s top performances and will be included in an online voting poll to determine a winner.
The voting opens by Monday afternoon each week and ends each Friday at 9 a.m.
Voting is limited to one vote every hour, per IP address. Networks may share a single IP, so please be aware of that while casting your vote. Once a player wins once, he will be 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 will be announced during postseason.
Vote below or go to http://www.tristatefootball.com/articles.asp?articleid=5219
Here are this week’s nominees:
Josh Castleman, Scott – Ran for 175 yards and two touchdowns as Scott defeated Cooper and moved to 6-0.
Matt Coghlin, Moeller – Kicked a 30-yard field goal with 0:01 left in regulation to tie the game against St. Xavier, then connected on a 35-yard kick in OT to seal the win for the Crusaders.
Josh Correll, Anderson – Returned an interception for a TD for the second straight week, had a fumble recovery and eight total tackles as the Redskins won their third game in a row.
Kyle Fieger, Beechwood – Completed 15-of-27 passes for 284 yards and three touchdowns at the Tigers bounced back in a big way on the road vs. Holmes.
Tyrell Gilbert, Princeton – Managed 281 yards of total offense (112 passing, 169 rushing) and three touchdowns (one passing, two rushing) as the Vikings took down Lakota East.
Dylan Huff, Bellevue – Scored five touchdowns (three rushing, two receiving) while running for 123 yards and recovered a fumble on defense as the Tigers knocked off Owen County.
Cade Knueven, East Central – Carried the ball nine times for 185 yards and three touchdowns as East Central defeated South Dearborn.
Jovantae Lipscomb, Gamble Montessori – Amassed 251 all-purpose yards (175 rushing, 76 receiving), scored three touchdowns (one rushing, two receiving) and had an interception vs. NVCA.
JR Menifee, Cincinnati Country Day – Totaled four touchdowns (three rushing, one receiving) and rushed for 137 yards as the Indians remained perfect.
Charlie Mullins, Newport – Threw for 132 yards with three touchdowns passes as Newport picked up its first win of the season vs. Pendleton County.
Griffin O’Gara, Wyoming – Recorded 2.5 sacks and 10 total tackles as the Cowboys took down Taylor.
Levi Sellars, Batavia – Had five touchdown catches on six receptions for 161 yards and had an interception on defense as Batavia handled Clermont Northeastern.
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