Vote Now for the High School Football Player of Week 2
Week two of the high school football season is in the books, and now you get to decide who put on the best performance from this past weekend's games.
It won’t be easy, as these six young men each put up really impressive numbers to help lead their respective teams to victory.
The Reitz running back was impressive on both sides of the ball breaking up passes, and bringing pressure to the Terre Haute South quarterback throughout Friday night's game while carrying the rock 14 times for 73 yards and three trips to the endzone.
The Mater Dei quarterback led his team to a 2-0 start on the season after a slobberknocker of a game at Tri-West on Saturday afternoon. The signal-caller finished his day with 18 completions on 28 attempts for 299 yards and three scores.
The Central Bears running back finds himself nominated for the second week in a row after a stellar performance against Paoli on Friday, racking up 248 yards on just 15 carries, four of which found their way into the endzone.
If there's anything we've learned about the Boonville Pioneers in the early part of the season, it's that running the ball will be the central focus of new Head Coach, Darin Ward's offense. After teammate Braiden Burton went off for 257 yards and three scores last week, Camden Cartwright led the way in week two with 21 carries, 234 yards, and two touchdowns on the way to a 35-18 victory over Vincennes-Lincoln.
The Castle Knights evened their record to 1-1 with a sound thumping over visiting New Albany Friday night thanks largely to the performance of the their quarterback, Keller. The junior finished his night with 19 completions on 25 attempts for 229 yards and three touchdowns.
The North Huskies got their first win of the season on the road Friday night by throttling host Indianapolis Broad Ripple 50-14. Running back Shawn Coane was one of six Huskies to find the end zone, piling up 124 yards on 12 carries.
Who was the most impressive in your eyes? Cast your vote below!
*Voting closes on Friday at 2:00pm Central*