Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Player of the Week: Justin Crager, Portsmouth East (Week 1)
The Week 3 competition for the Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Ohio HS
Football Team and Player Of the Week is over. The Campaign's produced over 50,000 votes so far and this week's winners are…
Week1 ONG JJH POW Winner Justin Crager of Sciotoville East HS.
The Week 3 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 50,000 votes and this week's winners are…
ONG JJH Ohio Player of the Week
Week 3 Winner: James Canan, Bradford (816 votes) *Senior RB turned in one of Ohio’s Top 10 all-time single-game rushing performances in a 61-41 win over National Trail. Canan ran the ball 33 times for 455 yards
(No. 10 all-time according to the OHSAA) and seven TDs (one shy of
tieing state record). In a Week 2 win over Tipp City Bethel, Canan
rushed for 334 yards and three TDs on 38 carries. Through three games, Canan has 983 yards and 15 TDs on 84 carries.
Week 3 Runner-Up: Mason Mammarella, Dover(661 votes)
*Senior QB accounted for six TDs in a 56-0 win over Canfield.
Mammarella completed 17-of-19 passes for 264 yards and five TDs and
carried the ball eight times for 121 yards and another TD.
Week 3 Winner: Miamisburg (491 votes) *After going 4-36 the last four years, the Vikings improved to 2-1
under new head coach Steve Chanel with a 13-10 win over previously
unbeaten Franklin. It was the teams first meeting since 2004. The Burg’s
defense forced three turnovers and scored on one (a 10-yard INT return
by Tyler Ikerd). Chanel spent 21 seasons at Trenton Edgewood and led
the Cougars to 10 playoff appearances and the 2003 D-II state final.
Last year he was Middletown’s QB coach. The Vikings haven’t had a
winning season since 2003.
Week 3 Runner-Up: Bradford (262 votes) *The Railroaders – led by former Ohio Mr. Football, Penn State star and NFL first round draft pick Curtis Enis – are 3-0 for the first time since 1983 following a 61-41 win over National Trail. Bradford went 3-27 from 2007-2009 and hasn’t had a winning season since 1997. Since Enis took over in 2010, Bradford is 13-10. In the eight years prior they were 17-53.