For the final time, fans are encouraged to vote for their favorite player or Mid-Penn Conference performance during week two of the postseason.
The poll is sponsored by Renewal by Andersen of Central PA. Voting will remain open until midday on Wednesday. The nominees are listed in alphabetical order.
Jason Burney, QB, Milton Hershey: Burney completed 14 of 29 passes for 241 yards and three touchdowns, but the Spartans fell 43-29 to Twin Valley in a 4A quarterfinal.
Tucker Chamberlin, QB, Shippensburg: Chamberlin led Shippensburg’s rally from a 28-point deficit before losing to Solanco 42-35. The QB rushed for a touchdown and connected for TD passes from 48 and 5 yards.
Waylon Ehrenzeller, RB, Juniata: The Indians secured a 17-7 win over DuBois in a District 6-9 subregional on Thursday, with Ehrenzeller running 20 times for 135 yards and two touchdowns.
Brad Hockenberry, RB, Westperry: The sophomore fueled the Mustangs with 102 rushing yards on just eight carries and three points in a 63-20 win over Lancaster Catholic.
Mahkai Hopkins, RB, Harrisburg: Hopkins worked 23 rush attempts for 163 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Cougars 32-21 over Wilson at Severance Field on Saturday.
John Paukovits, K, Trinity: Aside from converting 7 PATs and a 24-yard field goal, Paukovits consistently pinned Annville-Cleona in the District 3 2A title game with a handful of touchbacks.
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Jeff Penn, WR, Bishop McDevitt: Penn and the Crusaders sacked East Pennsboro 42-7. The wideout converted three receptions into 69 yards and two points in the District 3 4A win.
Jaeion Perry, RB-LB, Steel High: Perry and the Rollers sack Belmont Charter 46-6. The two-way ace caught two touchdown passes and recovered a fumble for a third TD in the sub-regional PIAA win.
Max Schlager, RB-LB, Trinity: The Rocks won the District 3 2A title by defeating Annville-Cleona 58-27. Schlager was a main spike, carrying 10 times for 145 yards and three touchdowns. Schlager also made pace in the Trinity defense.
D’Antae Sheffey, RB, State College: The Little Lions secured another District 6 6A title by defeating rival Altoona 28-7 on Thursday. Sheffey’s roll included 176 rushing yards and three touchdowns.
Isaac Sines, QB, Cumberland Valley: Sines was 22nd of 28 passes for 238 yards and chipped in 90 rushing yards and a 39-yard field in the Eagles’ 37-31 loss to Manheim Township. Sines also kicked a 39-yard field goal.
Dorian Smith, RB, Susquehanna Parish: The Indians fell 52-6 to Lampeter-Strasbourg, but Smith ran for 100 yards eight times and delivered his team’s only touchdown.
Ezee Thomas, WR-DB, Carlisle: Thomas returned an interception 90 yards home and chipped in 24 receiving yards in Carlisle’s 30-14 loss to Hempfield in the D3 6A Quarterfinals.
Mason Yohn, ATH, North: Yohn’s versatility played a big part in Northern’s 20-7 win at New Oxford. Yohn converted field goals from 41 and 32 yards and averaged 48.1 yards on five punts. DB also picked up a New Oxford Pass.
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