Sidney, Sciotoville East’s Crager & Dixie’s Jordan earn Week 1 National Guard JJHuddle Ohio Football Honors

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Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Ohio HS Football Team and Player Of the Week awards

The Week 1 competition for the Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Ohio HS
Football Team and Player Of the Week is over. Over 10,000 votes were
cast
and the winners are…


The Week 1 competition for the Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Ohio HS Football Team and Player Of the Week is over. Over 10,000 votes were cast and the competition was heated. So heated in fact that we’re going to present co-Players of the Week for Week 1. The winners are…

ONG JJH Ohio Player of the Week

Co-Winner: Justin Crager, Sciotoville East (1,528 votes)
*Senior QB carried his team to victory – literally. Crager ran the ball 38 times for 355 yards and five TDs and converted three 2-point conversions to score all his team’s points in a 36-28 win over host South Gallia. The Game was tied 6-6 at halftime before Crager carried the ball 21 times in the second half, including 17 straight over the final 16:29 of regulation. Did we mention he also recovered a fumble on defense?

Co-Winner: Ryan Jordan, New Lebanon Dixie (1,432 votes)
*Senior
RB set school records for rushing yards (306) and TDs (six) in a 48-0
win over West Alexandria Twin Valley South. The kicker? He did that all
in the first half.

Runner-Up: Jared Rettig, Millbury Lake (233 votes)
Sophomore QB completed 21-of-31 passes for 452 yards and five TDs in a 55-23 win over Swanton. He also ran for a score.

ONG JJH Ohio Team of the Week

Winner: Sidney (5,161 votes)
* The Yellow Jackets snapped a 20-game losing streak with a 10-7 OT win over St. Marys. Coincidently, this means that Sidney’s last three wins have been in OT, including victories over Vandalia-Butler and Troy to conclude the 2009 season.

Runner-Up: Clinton-Massie  (2,747 votes)
* The Falcons scored 43 first quarter points and beat host Blanchester 63-0 to win their sixth straight Cider Keg rivalry game. Massie scored nearly every way imaginable, including kickoff, fumble and interception returns. The Falcons defense forced five turnovers, allowed 84 yards and surrendered three first downs.

Each Winner will receive an award from the Ohio National Guard & JJHuddle at an in-school presentation to be scheduled.

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