Video: Brian Erbe's highlights vs. Franklin
Watch one of this week's nominees in action from last Friday when he accounted for seven touchdowns.You vote, you decide
...who had Ohio's best individual performance this past week? Who had the best team performance?
MaxPreps and JJHuddle are proud to announce that they will sponsor an athlete of the week and team of the week award in football during the 2016-2017 school year.
Each week during the season (regular and post), there will be a fan-generated contest to tab weekly winners. Each weekly winner will receive awards: a banner, bracelets and certificates.How does it work?
Fans will nominate top performances (email firstname.lastname@example.org) and nominees will also be selected from those schools that report stats on MaxPreps. We will announce the weekly finalists (up to 10) on MaxPreps and JJHuddle every Tuesday and voting will be conducted in a special poll. Voting will cease at noon on Monday. The winners will be announced the next day along with the next week's nominees.
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Last week over 80,000 votes were cast.
Week 8 Football Athlete of the Week* Isaac Mcadams, Elida (FINAL VOTING RESULTS)
Quarterback threw for 497 yards and six touchdowns and ran for another score in a 49-48 win over Kenton.
Week 8 Football Team of the Week* Sheridan (Thornville) (FINAL VOTING RESULTS)
visiting Generals snapped Tri-Valley's 47-game MVL winning streak with a
42-24 win. Sheridan outrushed the Scotties 354-186. Senior quarterback
Dylan Dupler ran for 221 yards and four touchdowns and threw for 134
yards and another score.
Week 9 Football Athlete of the Week nominees* Brian Erbe, Oakwood (Dayton)
Junior quarterback accounted for seven touchdowns and 556 yards in a 66-48 loss to undefeated Franklin. He completed 32-of-52 passes for 452 yards and five touchdowns and ran 16 times for 104 yards and two scores. Oakwood led in the third quarter. A week prior, Erbe completed 34-of-55 passes for 422 yards and four touchdowns and ran for two more scores.
* Madison Jaso, Gibsonburg
Ran for 428 yards and four touchdowns on 20 carries in a 66-26 win over Cardinal Stritch.
* Brady Rader, North Baltimore
Sophomore quarterback completed 24-of-35 passes for 397 yards and eight touchdowns in a 60-27 lost to Arcadia.
* Dustin Crum, Midview (Grafton)
Senior quarterback accounted for eight touchdowns in a 5-34 win over Avon Lake. Completed 20-of-27 passes for 328 yards and five touchdowns and carried the ball 20 times for 200 yards and three scores.
* Reed Aichholz, Indian Hill (Cincinnati)
Senior quarterback accounted for seven touchdowns in a 72-0 win over Deer Park. Completed nine-of-10 passes for 235 yards and five touchdowns and ran seven times for 82 yards and two scores.
* Jay Kaufman, Ottawa-Glandorf
Quarterback ran for 296 yards and three touchdowns and threw for three more scores in a 42-35 overtime win over Elida.
* Isaiah Bowser, Sidney
Junior running back set five school records in a 52-28 loss to Butler. Set marks for single-season rushing yards (1,551 yards), rushing touchdowns in a season (24), touchdowns in a season (27), most carries in a season (257) and most carries in a game (40 on Friday). Finished the game with 252 yards and four touchdowns. Now has 164 points on the season, which is just two off the school record.
Week 9 Football Team of the Week nominees* Cuyahoga Heights (Cleveland)
The Redskins snapped Kirtland’s 51-game CVC win streak and beat the Hornets for the first time since 2009 via a 21-0 shutout. That Heights win over Kirtland in 2009 was the last for any CVC team over Kirtland until now.
* Ponitz Career Tech (Dayton)
The Golden Panthers beat Gamble Montessori 43-12 to set a school record for wins in a season (six).
* Hilliard Bradley
The Jaguars beat Worthington Kilbourne to secure the program’s first ever playoff berth.
* Jackson (Massillon)
The Polar Bears beat Green 31-14 to earn their first postseason berth since 2004.
The Wildcats beat Federal Hocking 55-0 to win at least a share of the TVC Hocking Division. It’s their first league title since 2007.
* Grandview Heights (Columbus)
The Bobcats scored an astounding 51 points (seven touchdowns and safety) in the first quarter en route to beating Grove City Christian 58-19.
* River Valley (Caledonia)
After a 2-3 start, the Vikings won their fourth straight and downed previously unbeaten Jonathan Alder 18-14.
* Edison (Milan)
The Chargers forced a three-way tie atop the SBC standings by beating previously unbeaten Port Clinton 28-14.
* East Clinton (Lees Creek)
The Astros snapped a 16-game losing streak with a 33-27 win over Greenfield McClain.
* Danbury (Lakeside)
The Lakers beat Hilltop 40-20 to improve to 6-3 and secure their first winning season since 1981.