You vote, you decide…who had Ohio’s best performances this Week? Find out who the nominees for the Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Ohio Football Player & Team of the Week are here and how to pick the winner. The choices are impressive…
JJHuddle is proud to announce a new partnership with the Ohio
National Guard that will impact Ohio High School Football (and
Basketball) positively during the 2012-2013 school year. Here’s how…
Each week during the football, boys basketball and girls basketball regular seasons, we will hold a fan-generated contest on JJHuddle to tab a weekly Ohio National Guard Ohio Player of the Week. Each weekly winner will receive an award from the National Guard at their school. At the end of the year, the weekly winners will be entered into a competition for the Player of the Year.
How it works?
A thread soliciting nominations will be posted in the JJHuddle Football
Forums on Friday. Fans will then nominate top performances/players. We
will announce the 10 weekly finalists on JJHuddle at noon on Monday and voting will be conducted in a special JJHuddle forum. Voting will cease at noon on Thursday, after which the winner will be announced.
2012 PREVIOUS WINNERS
Week 1: Justin Crager, Sciotoville East & Ryan Jordan, Dixie
Week 2: Heath Harding, Dayton Christian
Week 3: James Canan, Bradford
Week 4: Nick Renzetti, Westerville South
Week 5: Kale Huss, Mansfield Madison
Week 6: Jaylon Brown, St. Clairsville
Week 7: Tyler Thompson, Johnstown-Monroe
Week 8: Donyelle Simpson, Heath
Week 9: Vance Settlemire, Findlay
Week 10: TBA
Week 10 Nominees
*Jared Rettig, Millbury Lake
QB accounted for 660 yards and eight TDs in a 63-42 win over Woodmore.
Rettig completed 31-of-48 passes for 543 yards and six TDs and ran for
106 yards and two TDs. In eight games (he missed two due to injury),
Rettig has thrown for 2,823 yards and 32 TDs.
*Ben Tobin, Fairfield Christian Academy
RB had his third 400-yard game of the season when he went for 419 yards
on 44 carries in a 54-47 win over Grove City Christian. Tobin, who
scored five TDs, has over 2,800 yards on the season and has fumbled just
twice on 300-plus carries.
*Brad Smith, Clyde
RB rushed for a school record 403 yards and four TDs on 21 carries in a
74-6 win over Port Clinton. As a team Clyde had 688 yards, including
569 on the ground.
*Gabe Rice, Norwood
RB saved his best for last by rushing for 325 yards and a TD on 27
carries in a 39-29 win over Western Brown that secured the Indians first
league title (Southern Buckeye Conference American Division) since
1988. Rice also had a TD reception.
*Drew McArtor, Licking Valley
Senior RB scored five TDs and ran for 212 yards on 38 carries in a 48-34 win over Heath.
*Alfred Ramsby, Colerain
Senior QB ran for 290 yards and four TDs on 16 carries in a 48-29 win over Oak Hills.
*Tommy Iammarino, Chagrin Falls
QB accounted for six TDs in a 56-16 win over Perry that captured the
Tigers fourth consecutive Chagrin Valley Conference Chagrin Division
championship. Iammarino completed 13-of-16 passes for 273 yards and four
TDs and ran for two more scores.
*Kyle Nutter, Genoa
RB/LB set the school’s single-season rushing record by going over 2,000
yards with a 150-yard (one TD) performance in a 21-10 win over
Eastwood. Nutter wrapped the regular season with 2,055 yards. On
defense, Nutter had an interception, caused a fumble and returned a
fumble 62-yards for a TD.
*George Bollas, Aurora
QB accounted for 357 total yards and four TDs in a 48-20 win over
Kenston. Bollas threw for 183 yards and two TDs and ran for 174 yards
and two more scores.
*Jimmy Hessel, Avon Lake
scored four TDs – including two on returns – in a 49-7 win over Amherst
Steele. Hessel returned a punt 72 yards for a TD and returned an
interception 96 yards for a score.
Week 10 Nominees
Beavers won a share of their first league title since 1985 with an 11-0
win over Kettering Fairmont that netted a piece of the GWOC Central
Division championship. Northmont also earned a share. Of note,
Beavercreek beat Centerville for the first time since 1985 this year and
beat both the Elks and Wayne in the same season for the first time
Bobcats – the defending D-IV state champions – capped the first 10-0
season in school history by beating West Salem Northwestern 64-0 to win
the Wayne County Athletic League title. Northwestern entered the game
8-1 and 6-0 in the WCAL. Norwayne forced seven turnovers and led 55-0 at
the half. Senior RB Jon Zimmerly ran for four TDs and junior QB Joe
Dreher threw for four as the Bobcats wrapped the regular season with a
Wooster-area record 529 points. The 10-0 regular season is just the
seventh ever for a WCAL team (dating back to 1954).
Titans clinched the first 10-0 season in school history with a 34-12 win
over Van Wert. O-G blew open a close 14-12 game by scoring 20 fourth
quarter points. The Western Buckeye League champions were led by senior
QB Caleb Siefker who accounted for four TDs (three rushing, one
Falcons became just the 19th team in state history to score over 600
points in a season (and one of the rare few to do it in 10 games) as
they won their seventh straight South Central Ohio League title with a
76-0 win over East Clinton. Massie’s current 60.6 points per game
scoring average is tied for fourth in state history and is the highest
scoring season to date for a team since Delphos St. John’s averaged 55.8
points in 1998. In SCOL games alone, Massie outscored its league
opponents 455-25 this year. Since joining the SCOL in 2005, Massie is
47-2 in league play. The Falcons are riding a 32-game SCOL win streak. K
Callum Jones has kicked 77 PATs this season, which currently ranks
fifth on the state single-season record list.
better than making sure your archrival doesn’t make the playoffs?
Making them yourself for the first time ever. Lakota East accomplished
both feats in Week 10. The Thunderhawks beat Lakota West, 33-21, for the
first time since 2004 and wrapped up the program’s first postseason
berth in its 15-year existence. After falling behind 7-0, Lakota East
scored 21 unanswered points to take the lead for good.
Panthers beat rival Hilliard Bradley 42-0 to complete the first 10-0
season in school history. In 2007 Darby was 9-0 heading into Week 10
before a loss to Groveport-Madison. Five different Darby players ran for
first half TDs against Bradley.
Hawks beat rival Ready 42-8 to finish the regular season undefeated for
the second season in a row and the second time in school history.
Senior RB Ju’Wuan Woodley ran for 201 yards and two TDs on 22 carries.
Bulldogs were 2-5 after Week 7 but a three-game win streak to close the
season that includes victories over Circleville, Amanda-Clearcreek and
Hamilton Township, has earned B-C its second postseason berth ever and
first since 2000. The Bulldogs are the No. 7 seed in D-IV Region 15.
Indians won their first conference title since 1988 with a 39-29 win
over Western Brown that secured the Southern Buckeye Conference American
Division championship. Norwood finishes the season 9-1 after going 2-8
last year and 0-10 in 2010. The Indians ran for 438 yards against WB.
Senior RB Brad
Smith set the school’s single-game rushing record with 403 yards and
the Fliers set a school record for points in a game in a 74-6 win over
Port Clinton. Clyde had 688 yards of offense, including 569 on the
ground. Smith ran the ball 21 times and scored four TDs.
Dixie High School: Week 2 ONH JJH Team of the Week Winner
Miamisburg High School: Week 3 ONH JJH Team of the Week Winner
Hamilton Township High School: Week 4 ONH JJH Team of the Week Winner
Circleville High School: Week 5 ONH JJH Team of the Week Winner
Bryan High School: Week 7 ONH JJH Team of the Week Winner
Week1 ONG JJH POW Winner Justin Crager of Sciotoville East HS.
Week 1 ONG JJH POW Winner Ryan Jordan of Dixie HS.
Week 2 ONG JJH POW Winner Heath Harding of Dayton Christian HS.
Week 3 ONG JJH POW Winner James Canan of Bradford HS.
Week 4 ONG JJH POW Winner Nick Renzetti of Westerville South HS.
Week 5 ONG JJH POW Winner Kale Huss of Mansfield Madison HS.