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October 18, 2013

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK — WEEK 7:

CONNEAUT:

Offense — None.

Defense — Cole Walker — 17 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 caused fumble; C.J. Rice — 12 tackles, 1 caused fumble.

Special teams — None.

EDGEWOOD:

Offense —  Alex Wisnyai — Quarterback was 11-21 passing for 126 yards, 1 TD.

Defense —  Anthonie Magda — 21 total tackles, 2 sacks; Anthony Barger — 19 total tackles; Matt Fitchet — 13 total tackles.

Special teams — None.

GENEVA:

Offense — Aaron Rossi — 18 carries 152 yards, 1 TD.

Defense — Shane Herter and Matt Kozlowski.

Special teams — The entire kickoff-return team — Austin Williams, Seth Junker, James Hawk, Matt Auto, Seth Calhoun,  Mike Galloway, Tyler Cross, Brent Bell, Zac Sweat, Aaron Rossi and Austin Clutter — 2 touchdowns.

GRAND VALLEY:

Offense — Jake Vormelker — 14-20 passing for 175 yards passing 1 TD, 280 yards rushing, 5 TD.

Defense — Jerome Walker — 2 solo tackles, 3 assists, 1 TFL.

Special teams — Cody Freeman — Forced a fumble.

JEFFERSON:

Offense — Cole Erdel.

Defense — Ryan Zindash.

Special teams — Joe Jackson.

LAKESIDE:

Offense — Tyler Loftus.

Defense — The D-line — Reggie McHenry, Donald Vagi, Nick Meola, Jerad Patton.

Special teams — Trevian Archer.

MADISON:

Offense —  Brandon Davis.

Defense —  Connor Nikses.

Special teams — Ricky Simcic.

PERRY:

Offense  — Zach Buescher.

Defense —  Zach Carnovale.

Special teams — Nick Lauria.

PYMATUNING VALLEY:

Offense  — The O-line — Justin Swiger, Hunter Rhoades, Ryan Wilkerson, Jacob Sheet, Shawn Shreves — 538 total yards.

Defense —  Collin Winkler — 7 tackles, 1TFL, 1 interception for a 36-yard TD.

Special teams — Wade Buckley 2 fumble recoveries.

RIVERSIDE:

Offense — Marcus Jones — 18 carries, 200 yards, 1 TD; 4 catches, 54 yards, 1 TD; Maxx Brubaker — 18-31 passing for 308 yards, 3 TD.

Defense — Doug Jeddy — 11 tackles, 1 TFL; Jack Maxwell— 12 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 sack.

Special teams  —  Adam Horvat — 4-4 PAT, 2 touchbacks on kickoffs, net punt average of 38.75 yards.

(Players selected by the head coaches)

— Don McCormack

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