Month: April 2018

Core Power Performance Players 2017

2017 CORE POWER PERFORMANCE IMPACT PLAYERS OF THE WEEK: PRE-DISTRICTS Cedar Springs OL: Bryce Empie, Cody Gott, Dylan Tannis and Paul Duran anchored the Cedar Springs offensive line on Friday night as they paved the way to victory. They blocked their way to almost 300 rushing yards and six rushing touchdowns. Gio Weeks (Kent City): The Eagles advanced to the district finals with a strong run game, they completed zero passes. Weeks led the way for Kent City as he carried the ball twenty times for 102 yards and two touchdowns. Jason Whittaker (Rockford): The Northwestern commit had a great weekend. In addition to a 3OT win by his future school over the Spartans, he prolonged his high school career by throwing four touchdowns in a 36-0 win over Grand Ledge. Nolan Fugate (Catholic Central): The senior tailback scored a trio of touchdowns, a fifteen yard rush and a twenty-one yard catch in the first half, followed by a seventy-nine yard clinching rush in the second half. Ryan Todd (Cedar Springs): The Red Hawks came away with an upset victory last Friday, and Todd was a driving force. He had 14 carries for 151 yards and a touchdown. 2017 CORE POWER PERFORMANCE IMPACT PLAYERS OF THE WEEK: WEEK 8 Chase Novak/Marcus Remtema (Rockford): This duo combined for the most pivotal play in the Rams win over Kentwood. Late in the...

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Core Power Performance Players 2016

CORE POWER PERFORMANCE PLAYERS OF THE WEEK, WEEK 9: Bronson Matthew (Kent City): The Eagles blew out Tri-County in the regular season finale, and the tailback led the charge. He scored three times on runs of six, fourteen and thirty yards in the win. Colton Kloote (Allendale): In a win that secured Allendale’s first conference title since 2008, the senior quarterback was 4/10 for 66 yards, and ran for 124 yards, including the game-winning touchdown. Freeland Defensive Unit: In a battle of undefeated teams with potent offenses, the Falcons defense was the reason for their victory over Frankenmuth. The Falcon defense held a Frankenmuth offense that averaged 37.3 points entering the night to just three points. Jack Combs (East Grand Rapids): The Pioneers won the OK Gold championship in their first season in the league, and the senior two-way player contributed with a score on both sides of the ball. He hauled in a sixty-five yard catch for a score in the second quarter, before a pick six in the fourth. Jack Mandryk (Hudsonville): In the biggest game of the regular season, the Eagles’ senior quarterback took over in the fourth quarter using his legs, as his two touchdowns gave Hudsonville a 14-7 win, and a share of the OK Red championship. CORE POWER PERFORMANCE IMPACT PLAYERS OF THE WEEK: WEEK 8 Dalton Agers (Hudsonville): The senior tailback has...

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