CHASE MERCER, Beallsville. Accounted for nearly 200 yards of total offense as he completed seven passes for 120 stripes and two touchdowns. On the ground, he scored a TD and picked up 78 yards on eight carries in win over Toronto.
DALTON SECREST, Beallsville. Charted 17 total tackles, including five quarterback sacks, five solo stops six assists and one for lost yardage.
BRUCE SEFERT, Beallsville. Carried the ball nine times for 65 yards and caught a 9-yard pass. Defensively, he registered three solo stops a trio of assists and a QB sack.
MIKEY PALMER, Beallsville. Returned an interception 63 yards for an interception, while also catching a touchdown toss. He finished with two catches for 30 yards and had one solo tackle on defense.
COLE SUSAC, Beallsville. Had a career-high 15 total tackles, with seven being unassisted. He had one quarterback sack.
AARON WEST, Beallsville. Charted 10 total tackles, with a pair of quarterback sacks.
SPENCER BADIA, Bellaire. Threw four touchdowns and ran for a fifth as the Big Reds knocked St. Clairsville from the unbeaten ranks. He finished the game with 16-for-24 for 238 yards. He also ran for 34 yards.
BRANDON LAUGHMAN, Bellaire. This junior transfer carried the rock 23 times for 214 yards.
BRENDON ROSS, Bellaire. This two-way stalwart was all over the field as he caught two touchdown passes among his five receptions. He also picked off two passes and recovered a Bellaire fumble in St. C. territory.
CODY LaROCHE, Bellaire. Was dominant on both sides of the football in the trenches as a defensive tackle and center. Also kicked five PATs and a 33-yard field goal.
WYATT BACK, Bellaire. Had another solid game at defensive tackle, while also excelling on the offensive line.
RYAN CALLARIK, JAMES DUNFEE and SETH PICKENS, Bellaire. Three offensive linemen that helped pave the way for 328 yards rushing and 565 yards of total offense.
MORGAN DOUGHERTY, Buckeye Trail. Ran the ball 21 times for 193 yards and two touchdowns in the Warriors' loss to state-ranked Fort Frye. Also completed eight passes for 161 yards and another TD.
DALTON RUTTER, Harrison Central. Senior wide receiver hauled in a career-high 12 catches for 148 yards and a TD in Huskies' triple overtime win over Edison.
NIKO WILLIAMS, Harrison Central. Charted a team-best 13 tackles, with two coming for losses and one being the game-saver at the 1.
DAVID MISER, Harrison Central. Completed 22 of 28 passes for 244 yards and a trio of touchdowns.
NATE OLMSTEAD, Harrison Central. caught six passes for 70 yards and a pair of TDs , including the game-tying score with 30 seconds remaining in regulation and the game-winner in OT.
ARJAY BURRESS, Martins Ferry. Had 12 carries for 128 yards and a TD on offense as the Purple Riders rolled past Buckeye Local. Defensively, he contributed five tackles. He also booted three PATs.
BRIAN STYLES, Martins Ferry. Lugged the leather nine times for 70 yards and two touchdowns. Through the air he was 2-for-5 for 41 yards and a TD. Defensively, he made three tackles.
LUKE STRAUB, Martins Ferry. Graded out at 95% from his offensive guard spot. On defense, he collected five tackles and a fumble recovery.
BRUCE BURGER, Martins Ferry. He toted the ball half-a-dozen times for 53 yards and a touchdown. Defensively, he had 11 tackles.
CURTIS NIXON, Monroe Central. Although he only had seven carries he made the most of them for 146 yards and three TDs. He was also 7-for-10 for 147 yards and a TD. In addition, he ran for a 2-point conversion and threw a 2-point pass as the Seminoles routed Shenandoah. He also picked off a pass on defense.
LEVI BROWN, Monroe Central. carried the ball nine times for 62 yards and two TDs. He also picked off his fourth pass of the season.
MIKE JONES, Monroe Central. Seminoles' inside linebacker made 7.5 tackles, with 2.5 resulting in minus yardage. he also registered a quarterback sack.
BRYCE CROSS, River. Had another big game for the Pilots in their win at Bridgeport. On offense, he caught four passes for 65 yards and a touchdown. He also ran 11 times for 52 stripes. Defensively, he returned a blocked punt for six points.
BRETT ROSEN, River. Returned a fumble eight yards for a touchdown.
AUSTIN DORRIS, Shadyside. Lugged the leather 17 times for 190 yards and two TDs in a big victory over Wheeling Central. He also completed 2 of 3 passes for 62 yards and another six-pointer.
CHRIS LITTELL, Shadyside. Ran the ball 13 times for 129 yards and caught a 50-yard TD pass.
ERIC HOWELL, Shadyside. Had 20 carries for 105 yards and two touchdowns, while also running for a pair of 2-point conversions.