Tristate Football

Player of the Week

TriStateFootball.com partnered with WCPO 9 On Your Side to present the High School Football Player of the Week for the 2016 regular season. Players were nominated from the Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and Eastern Indiana areas.

WCPO-POWEach week 12-15 nominees were selected from a large list of some of the area’s top performances and were included in an online voting poll to determine a winner. Voters could vote once per hour, per IP address.

Once a player won, they will be ineligible to be nominated a second time. All of the season winners will be recognized and receive a plaque at the TriStateFootball.com Year in Review Show in February (more details announced during postseason).

Congratulations to all of the winners for 2016…

WK 1Nick-Mayer-Campbell-County-80_80PK Nick Mayer,
Campbell County
hit 29-yard game-winning FG in 24-21 win vs. Highlands
WK 2Dylan-Beaugard-Wilmington-80x80RB Dylan Beaugard,
Wilmington
247 all-purpose yards, 3 TD's vs. Greenville
WK 3Frankie-Young-Harrison-80x80QB Frankie Young,
Harrison
501 PaYd, 5 PaTD's vs. Anderson
WK 3Ryan-Franklin-Franklin-80x80RB Ryan Montgomery,
Franklin
197 total yards, 2 RuTD, 1 KickReTD vs. Piqua
WK 4Brady-Evans-Wilmington-80x80QB Brady Evans,
Wilmington
344 PaYd, 2 PaTD's vs. Greenfield McClain
WK 5Logan-Kamphaus-Talawanda-80x80QB Logan Kamphaus,
Talawanda
384 total yards, 4 PaTD, RuTD vs. Little Miami
WK 6Gerald-Smith-80x80WR Gerald Smith,
Harrison
13 catches for 176 ReYd, 3 ReTD; 33 RuYd, 2 RuTD vs. Talawanda
WK 7Austin-Bowling-80x80RB Austin Bowling,
Lawrenceburg
267 RuYd, school-record 7 RuTD's vs. Rushville.
WK 8Eddie-Driskell-Edgewood-80x80WR Eddie Driskell,
Edgewood
7 catches for 163 yards, TD vs. Talawanda.
WK 9Brandon-Shelton-Northwest-80x80QB Brandon Shelton,
Northwest
278 PaYd, 2 PaTD; 70 RuYd, RuTD vs. Talawanda.
WK 10Cade-Harper-StXavier-80x80LB Cade Harper,
St. Xavier
INT, 5 tackles vs. Louisville St. Xavier

*In total 105,306 votes were tallied during our 10-week campaign. Thanks to all of the fans that came and supported their athletes.