Here are the Player of the Week Candidates. While there were many deserving, we chose these four candidates. Voting will be on our twitter page @FNVictors
Devon Shaw, RB, Whiteford: With the Bobcats facing a challenge from the eighth-ranked Sand Creek Aggies on Friday, they turned to Shaw to carry the load. The junior turned in a breakout performance with 211 rushing yards and two touchdowns as the Bobcats upset the Aggies 28-6.
Tristin Panza, H-Back, Monroe: Things may not be so ideal for the Trojans from a win-loss standpoint, but they have found a young star in Panza. The sophomore was a difference maker for the Trojans, as he rang up 166 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns (three rushing, one receiving) in a 35-14 win over Ann Arbor Skyline.
Ravion Davis, QB, Flat Rock: After being bottled up by SMCC last week, the Rams’ senior QB broke out against Grosse Ile. Davis threw for 217 yards and two touchdowns, and also ran for 127 yards and two scores, including the go-ahead touchdown with less than 4 minutes left, in a 27-20 win over the Red Devils.
Anthony Greear, RB, Carlson: Greear only carried the ball eight times, but he rang up 137 yards and four touchdowns on those eight carries in a 60-15 rout of Trenton.
Others that were considered: Tristen Hines-Milan, Owen Sampson-Ida and Ian Stewart-Carlson