Erie Times-News Breakout Football Player of the Week nominees

   November 17, 2012 11:36 pm

 

Fans can vote for the Breakout Football Player of the Week on the top right corner of the page. Voting continues through Tuesday at 11:59 p.m. with the winner being featured in the Erie Times-News. Athletes who have won the award this season are no longer eligible. Fans are encouraged to nominate teams by 5 p.m. each Saturday.

Note: This is the final breakout football poll of the year.

Luke Patten, West Middlesex – Had 165 yards and three touchdowns on 18 carries in a 42-0 win over Farrell.
Tyler Luchey, Sharpsville – Scored three touchdowns in a 41-34 win over Lakeview. He had three catches for 53 yards and two touchdowns. His second touchdown catch was the game-winner in the fourth quarter. Luchey also returned a fumble 55 yards for a touchdown.
Damion Terry, Cathedral Prep – Threw for 331 yards and four touchdowns in a 54-12 win over Warren.
Delton Williams, Cathedral Prep – Ran for three touchdowns and was a big-time contributor on defense in a 54-12 win over Warren.
Michael Suminski, General McLane – Had 13 carries for 195 yards and four touchdowns ina 46-42 win over Slippery Rock.
Zachary Fox, General McLane – Broke up a fourth-down pass and intercepted another in the final two minutes of a wild 46-42 win over Slippery Rock.
Frank Conlon, Slippery Rock – Ran for 284 yards and two touchdowns in a 46-42 loss to General McLane.
Jake Tarasovitch, McDowell – Had a hand in three touchdowns in a 61-14 win over Perry. He ran for 146 yards, including a 7-yard touchdown, and threw for two touchdowns as well.
James Conner, McDowell – Ran for 129 yards and one touchdown, caught a touchdown pass and also recorded a safety with a sack on defense in a 61-14 win over Perry.
DeShawn Coleman, Hickory – Ran for 190 yards and three touchdowns on four carries in a 35-13 win over Grove City.
Slavi Pontius, Wilmington – With the season on the line, he drilled a 20-yard field goal in the first overtime to tie the Greyhounds’ playoff game with Greenville at 3-3. His extra point in the second overtime turned out to be the difference as Wilmington won 10-9.

 

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