The latest batch of Core Power Performance Impact Players of the Week are here! Below are our picks for top performances in Week 3 of the 2020 season:

Alex Duley (Freeland): The top passing target for Freeland in their blowout win over Birch Run, Duley hauled in four passes for 182 yards. He scored twice in this game on receiving touchdowns.

Brady Rose (Mona Shores): The Sailors dominated Reeths-Puffer, and Rose had a historic first fifteen minutes. The senior scored five touchdowns in five different ways (passing, rushing, receiving, interception return and punt return). He also blocked a field goal early in this game.

Bryson Huckeby (Freeland): The Falcons won big over Birch Run, and Huckeby was an explosive player. He completed only eleven passes, but he covered 358 yards and he tallied up three touchdowns.

Coach John Shillito (Zeeland West): The Dux’ head coach won his 300th career game, becoming the 13th head coach in the MHSAA history to reach that plateau. Zeeland West took down Zeeland East 34-14 in the annual crosstown showdown.

Jamarion Pittman (Union): The Red Hawks snapped their losing streak with a win over Wyoming. Pittman had five total touchdowns, scoring three different ways. He rushed for one touchdown, returned a free kick for a touchdown, and he also caught three more touchdowns.

Jeremy Barber (Wyoming): Though the Wolves lost, it was a career night for Barber. He scored five rushing touchdowns in this game, and he also added an extra point, scoring 32 of 57 points.

Joey Silveri (GRCC): The Cougars remained undefeated against Cedar Springs. Their quarterback had six total touchdowns, five through the air and one on the ground.

John Nelson (Tri-County): The Vikings’ senior quarterback stepped up when his number was called on Friday. The third-string gunslinger stepped up to the task and was 9/11 for 153 yards and a touchdown as Tri-County edged Fremont 20-12.

Marcel Love (Grandville): The OK Red’s leading scorer only had two touchdowns on the evening, but they were crucial to the Grandville victory. His second touchdown run came in the closing seconds of the contest to lift the Bulldogs past the Eagles 21-17.

Mason Westbrook (Kent City): The Eagles now sit at 3-0 after defeating Holton 30-12. Westbrook had 22 carries for 227 yards and two touchdowns to lead the offensive attack.

Nathaniel Clark (Lowell): The Red Arrows dominated Greenville, and Clark was the star of the show. He rushed for 128 yards and four touchdowns in their 56-7 victory.

Scharai Horton (Ottawa Hills): The Bengals lost to South Christian, but Horton had a fantastic evening. He scored all four touchdowns for Ottawa Hills, three of which came on the ground.

Tommy Stevens (Union): The Red Hawks sophomore quarterback had a record setting night. He had six total touchdowns (four passing and two rushing), and he also had two two-point conversions. These both came in the fourth quarter and were crucial to their victory.