The latest batch of Core Power Performance Impact Players of the Week are here! Below are our picks for top performances in Week 4 of the 2020 season:

Cole DiPiazza (Allendale): He rushed thirty times for 261 yards and three touchdowns in their narrow loss to Spring Lake.

Dylan Ham (Hudsonville): The Eagles topped Caledonia, and Ham provided the scoring spark they needed to win. Trailing 7-3, Ham caught an 87 yard touchdown pass, and after a quick defensive stop, he fielded the punt and went 58 yards to the end zone.

Elijah Johnson (Mona Shores): The Sailors won over Grand Haven, and Johnson’s rushing provided a big boost to the offense. He had sixteen carries for 126 yards and three touchdowns.

Isaac Johnson (Central Montcalm): The Hornets got a key victory over Tri-County, and the sophomore had the biggest play of the night. After rushing for the go-ahead touchdown late in the fourth quarter, he intercepted a pass at the goal line with 10 seconds left to seal the victory.

Joseph Waller (Muskegon CC): The Crusaders blanked Manistee, and Waller led the offensive charge. He turned 14 carries into 231 yards and five touchdowns.

Kyle Beebe (Ravenna): The Bulldogs thwarted Hart, and their quarterback lit up the stat sheet. He was 7/9 for 147 yards and two touchdowns, and he also added 98 rushing yards and four touchdowns.

Landon Tomaski (Reed City): The Coyotes won an offensive shootout against Newaygo, and Tomaski was the catalyst. He ended the night with 292 yards rushing, six total touchdowns (including a 90-yard kickoff return), and he also hauled in an interception.

Mason Wiltz (Forest Hills Central): The Rangers took down EGR, and the senior came up big in clutch time. He anchored a front line that shut down the Pioneers up front, and he recorded a key sack, and more importantly recovered the fumble that sealed the victory for the Rangers.

Steve Ready (Spring Lake): Though he never found the end zone, Ready led the charge for Spring Lake offensively. He had 47 carries for 338 yards in their victory over Allendale.

Tim Kloska (West Catholic): The Falcons exploded for 49 points, and Kloska carried a bulk of the weight on the ground. He had just twelve carries, but totaled 235 yards and scored three times.

Trinidad Chambliss (Forest Hills Northern): The Huskies dominated Greenville, and Chambliss was electric. He scored four touchdowns and 250 total yards in the blowout victory.

Ty Rynbrandt (South Christian): The Sailors topped Cedar Springs, and Rynbrandt was efficient through the air. He finished 26/34 for 261 yards and three scores.

Zac Olesuk (Livonia Franklin): The Patriots bested their rivals, and the signal-caller delivered the knockout blow. After throwing four touchdowns in regulation, he found an open receiver on a game-winning two-point conversion.