The High School football regular season is a third of the way done already! Time has flown by, and the action has been fantastic. For yet another week, the MSR team has come together to nominate the Core Power Performance Impact Players of the Week for this week’s action.
Aiden Brunin (Cedar Springs): The Red Hawks dominated Northview 50-15 on Friday night. Brunin was the leading offensive performer for Cedar Springs, as he scored three times. He started things off with a ten yard touchdown run in the first quarter. In the second quarter, he was on the recieving end of a 23 yard touchdown pass. Finally, he broke a 52 yard run for a score.
Cameron Martinez (Muskegon): The Big Reds got a big win against East Grand Rapids on Friday night. He had 28 carries for 250 yards and 3 touchdowns. He also was efficient in the passing game, tossing the ball for 54 yards on just seven attempts.
Christian Tanner (East Kentwood): The Falcons quarterback and placekicker played a key role in their win over Caledonia. In addition to a 24 yard field goal in the first quarter, he threw for 235 yards and two touchdowns in the 23-14 win.
Doak Dean (Lowell): The Red Arrows look like they are back, with their 40-0 win over Greenville. A Dean is starring for Lowell once more as Doak was the impact player running the football. He had 28 carries for 174 yards and two touchdowns.
Ethan Champney (Swan Valley): The Vikings blanked Birch Run in a 49-0 win. The passing attack was fantastic, and Champney was on the receiving end of three touchdowns in this game. He hauled in touchdowns of 17, 31 and 40 yards.
Hudsonville Defense: Sometimes a defense plays so flawless, it is easier to nominate an entire defensive unit instead of focusing on individuals. They shutout Grand Haven, and held them to just 76 yards of offense. The defense forced the Buccaneers into five turnovers, and they only allowed three drives that lasted five plays or more out of fourteen possessions.
Owen Burke (Allendale): The Falcons were big winners on Friday, taking down Coopersville 47-7. He needed just eight carries to rack up 262 yards and five touchdowns.
Teague Stander (Central Montcalm): The Hornets are 3-0 after their win against Newaygo. A large part of their success was the play of Stander on Friday night. He controlled the running attack with 289 yards and three touchdown runs.