With all of the Week 6 action wrapped up it’s time to pick a Player of the Week.
- Jaxon Cogar (Westside) – The junior quarterback was 9-of-15 passing for 133 yards, tossing three touchdowns but also intercepted two passes on defense, returning one for a touchdown. As a rusher he picked up 55 yards on the ground as Westside beat Shady Spring 34-20 for its first win of the year.
- Kaleb Clark (Nicholas County) – Clark continued his stellar play this season, running the ball 26 times for 180 yards and two touchdowns while also catching a pass for 12 yards and another score.
- Logan Dodrill (Liberty) – Dodrill ran the ball 34 times, picking up 219 yards and scoring three touchdowns to help the Raiders improve to 3-1 on the season with a 30-22 win over Wayne.
- Monquelle Davis (Greenbrier East) – There’s doing it all, then there’s what Monquelle Davis did Friday. The junior quarterback ran for 95 yards and score, threw for 152 yards and another score and caught two passes for his final two scores of the evening.
- Ty Nickell (Greenbrier West) – Nickell ran the ball 20 times for 213 yards and three touchdowns while also hauling in three passes for 33 yards and another score. Amongst his scores was a 98-yard run that broke the program record for longest touchdown run.
- Dominick Collins (Princeton) – Collins returned an interception 96 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter of Friday’s 21-14 win over Beckley. The touchdown was the difference for the Tigers who remain unbeaten on the season.
- Logan Phalin (Independence) – Phalin was one of the few athletes to play two games this past week, but won both. In the first game against Westside he was 3-of-4 passing for 61 yards but all three of his completions were for touchdowns. He also ran once for 20 yards and another score, playing only the first half in what was a 63-14 win. On Friday he was 6-of-10 for 110 yards, tossing three more touchdowns to bring his weekly total to six through the air and one on the ground.
Cast your vote now!
The fan vote does not determine the winner, but is used in the event of a tiebreaker.