The sixth week of the MHSAA season is complete. Before Week 7 rolls around, let’s take a look back.
On Wednesday, we will have our live preview show on Facebook, and Thursday will bring the unveiling of the Playoff Central page. On that page, we will have the path to the postseason for all teams in West Michigan.
Below are the Core Power Performance Impact Players of the Week for the sixth week of the season:
Andrew Johnson (Central Montcalm): The Hornets made the playoffs on the legs of Johnson. He spearheaded the rushing attack with three touchdowns in the win.
Bryson Huckeby (Freeland): The Falcons got a big win over Birch Run. Huckeby was efficient throwing the ball, as he was 11 for 17 with 271 yards and three touchdowns.
Carson Gulker (Zeeland West): The Dux racked up a win against Unity. Gulker, their quarterback, led the way with 141 total yards of offense and two touchdowns.
Carson Vanderhoff (Caledonia): The Scots lost a heartbreaker to Rockford. Vanderhoff led the rushing attack with 167 yards, and he also caught a 23 yard touchdown.
Chase Bradman (South Christian): The Sailors were defeated against EGR, but Bradman had a career night. He was 30 for 54 for 465 yards and five touchdowns.
Ethan Champney (Swan Valley): The Vikings got a key fourth win this week. Champney was a key in the receiving core with 5 catches for 98 yards and a touchdown.
Gage Krueger (FHE): The Hawks got an important win against Wayland. Kreuger sparked the offense through the air as he threw for 142 yards and four touchdowns.
Ike Irish (Hudsonville): The Eagles’ offense clicked all night long against Grandville. The sophomore quarterback led the way with 151 yards rushing and three touchdowns.
Ja’Kaurie Kirkland (Northview): The Wildcats scored in bunches against FHN. Kirkland was the catalyst as he ran for 240 yards and three touchdowns.
Jewell Bronson (Grand Haven): The Bucs snapped a 19 game conference losing streak against Kentwood. Bronson’s 25 yard field goal in overtime was the game-winner.
Newaygo Offensive Line: The Lions got a big win on Friday against Tri-County. The O-Line made holes a truck could drive through as they racked up 250 yards rushing.