Top 10 Plays of the Week. Labor Day weekend has come and gone. Let us relive the long weekend with the 10 best high school football plays in the country. You nominate, we decide
...who had Ohio's best team performance last past week?
MaxPreps and JJHuddle are proud to announce that they will again sponsor a team of the week during the 2017-18 school year.
How does it work?
Each week during the season (regular and post), there will be a fan-generated contest to nominate weekly winners. Each winning team (one boys and one girls) will receive awards (bracelets and certificates). Football, girls and boys soccer, boys and girls golf, field hockey, girls tennis, boys and girls cross country and volleyball teams are eligible for the award in the fall.
To nominate a team, email information to Eric Frantz at email@example.com. Please include the team, gender and why they are worthy. Winners will be selected from the nominations and announced every Thursday.
Week 2 Ohio HS Teams of the WeekBOYS: Shawnee (Lima) Football
The Indians improved to 2-0 and surpassed their win total from the last two years combined with a 56-7 win over Defiance. Shawnee beat Delphos Jefferson 28-6 in Week 1. The Indians finished 1-9 last year and were 0-10 in 2015. Against Defiance, quarterback Johnny Caprella
completed 12-of-17 passes for 375 yards and six touchdowns. Both Christian Ford
and Grant Wheeler
have three touchdown receptions in two games. Defensive back Peyton Wilson
had 17 tackles against Defiance and 13 against Jefferson.
GIRLS: Beavercreek Volleyball
The Beavers are off to their best start (9-0) in over a decade. Creek has won all of its non-tournament matches 3-0, including three straight on the road. Kelly Goenaga-Lask
, Sarah Laughman
and Lauren Goenaga-Lask
k all rank among the top 15 in the Greater Western Ohio Conference in kills. Hanna Lefevers
leads the GWOC in assists.
Week 1 Ohio HS Teams of the WeekBOYS: Fairmont (Kettering) Football
Firebirds scored a 13-12 win over neighborhood parochial rival Alter
for their first win in the season-opening series since 2004. Fairmont
scored the go-ahead touchdown on an 8-yard run by Herbert Burroughs with
25 seconds left in the third quarter. Alter just missed a potential
game-winning 41-yard field with less than 1:30 remaining. The Firebirds
had 55 offensive plays and ran the ball 54 times (for 193 yards). They
were 4-of-5 on fourth down attempts. Fairmont had three backs with 50
yards rushing or more – Braden Miller
(51 yards), Jesse Deglow
(56 yards and a touchdown) and David Stamer
(55 yards). Burroughs ended with 31 yards.
GIRLS: Upper Arlington (Columbus, Ohio) Golf
a week, the Golden Bears recorded the two best team scores in program
history. Both resulted in first place finishes at OCC conference
matches. UA shot a program record 299 at Cooks Creek Golf Course and
303 at Westchester Golf Course. Freshman Julia Rabadam and sophomore
Maddie Frank earned Medalist honors, respectively.