Clinton-Massie, Lake’s Rettig earn Week 10 National Guard JJHuddle Ohio Football Honors


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

The Week 10 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 this week’s honorees are…Player & Team of the Year Voting starts Next Week!

The Week 10 competition for the Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Ohio HS Football Team and Player Of the Week is over. So far the campaign has produced over 200,000 votes and this week’s winners are…

ONG JJH Ohio Player of the Week

Week 10 Winner: Jared Rettig, Millbury Lake (2,367 votes)
Sophomore 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.

Week 10 Runner-Up: Kyle Nutter, Genoa (1,532 votes)
Senior 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.

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: Jared Rettig, Millbury Lake

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.


ONG JJH Ohio Team of the Week

Week 10 Winner: Clinton-Massie (1,741 votes)
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.

Week 10 Runner-Up: Norwayne (1,283 votes)
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).

Week 1: Sidney
Week 2: New Lebanon Dixie
Week 3: Miamisburg
Week 4: Hamilton Township
Week 5: Circleville
Week 6: Norwalk
Week 7: Bryan
Week 8: Coldwater
Week 9: Fenwick
Week 10: Clinton-Massie

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


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


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