The 2018 season is well underway, and there were some huge games this past week. Our Week 4 coverage concludes with our Core Power Performance Impact Players of the Week. Don’t forget to also check out the latest Remax-United Power Poll, and stay tuned throughout the week for our Week 5 coverage.

 

CALEB BRONKEMA (CALEDONIA)

The Scots lost to Hudsonville on Friday night, but Bronkema had another tremendous night. He had 31 carries for 201 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

JALEN BROUSSARD (EAST GRAND RAPIDS)

The Pioneers had an impressive display of offense against Forest Hills Eastern on Friday, and the senior quarterback led the way. The dual-threat leader had 14 carries for 144 yards and two touchdowns, and he also added 152 yards through the air. Also playing a large roll in the Pioneers victory was  Sean Mitchell, The senior DL was key in stopping the Hawks first three possessions and spearheaded a very stingy Defense. Check the post game write up to see a great picture of Mitchell in action as well as a recap of the game. Thanks to Mike Steers for the photo !

KYLE DENT (KENTWOOD)

The Falcons shocked many people with their 49 point win over West Ottawa on Friday. Dent led the offensive explosion, making impacts with his arm and his legs. He finished the night 10/16 for 148 yards and three touchdowns, and he also added 83 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries. 

MASON PIPER (HUDSONVILLE)

The Eagles defeated Caledonia on Friday. He carried the ball 22 times for 156 yards and three touchdowns to carry Hudsonville to their fourth straight win.

PHILLIP JONES-PRICE (REED CITY)

The Coyotes had little trouble in a Friday night victory over Tri-County. He had 12 carries for 219 yards and four touchdowns rushing. On defense, he also made an interception in the first quarter that set up a touchdown.

SINCERE DENT (MONA SHORES)

The Sailors got a huge win over Rockford 33-14. Dent played a huge role in this one, impacting both sides of the football. On offense, he had 19 carries for 232 yards and three touchdowns. Defensively, he had ten tackles, an interception and a blocked field goal.