The latest batch of Core Power Performance Impact Players of the Week are here! Below are our picks for top performances in Week 6 of the 2020 season:
Brady Rose (Mona Shores): The Sailors took down Detroit King on the stellar play of Rose. He turned 18 carries into 120 yards and two touchdowns. He also completed 4/5 passes for 111 yards and two additional touchdowns. Defensively, he had eleven tackles and a fumble recovery.
Coach Craig Tibbe (Unity Christian): The ‘Saders only head coach in program history saw a pair of milestones achieved on Friday. He, and Unity Christian, won their 100th game all-time as a program, and they also won their first ever conference title.
Dylan Everett (Montague): The Wildcats won over North Muskegon. Everett scored four touchdowns. He rushed for three, and returned a kickoff for his fourth score.
Gavin Miller (Chippewa Hills): The Warriors beat Tri-County, and Miller’s boot played a huge difference. He kicked two beautiful onside kicks that they recovered, and he kicked a crucial extra point.
Isaac Johnson (Central Montcalm): One half of the potent Hornets duo (see below), Johnson rushed for 122 yards and two touchdowns. He also took a kickoff back for a touchdown.
Max Price (Muskegon CC): The Crusaders dominated Holton 60-0. Price was efficient as a passer, completing 3/4 passes for 94 yards and three touchdowns. He also rushed for 77 yards and a fourth touchdown.
Nathan Milanowski (East GR): The Pioneers took down Byron Center on Friday. Milanowski had 33 carries for 174 yards and two touchdowns, playing all but nine plays from scrimmage.
Preston Scott (Central Montcalm): The Hornets took down Newaygo in the regular season finale. Scott rushed for 192 yards and he had two interceptions on defense.
Rockford Defense: The Rams’ defensive unit put on a clinic on Friday. Facing one of the most potent offenses in the area, they forced some key turnovers and held Grandville to just eight points in a twenty-point victory.
TJ Russell (Hastings): The Saxons won their fifth straight game Friday. Russell rushed for 182 yards and three touchdowns, leading a rushing attack that tallied 393 yards as a team.