Meet this week’s candidates for Charlotte Observer high college football player of the week. Readers can vote as assuredly as they need till Friday.

The ballotwill conclude spherical noon.

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Friday’s scores, how the Sweet 16 fared, subsequent week’s agenda

Vance wants astronomical rally to remain Ardrey Kell on the motorway

Converted TE helps Windfall stage a plentiful rally to beat Hickory Ridge

Charlotte Catholic rallies past Crest, remembers coach Oddo

A ways-off discovering out Panther Creek QB leads Catamounts past Olympic

PHOTOS: Crest at Catholic

PHOTOS: Vance at Ardrey Kell

PHOTOS: Olympic at Panther Creek

Tyler Arrington, Shelby: ran for 100 yards and had an interception in a 42-6 hang over Walkertown. It used to be the principle interception of his high college profession.

Jaron Coleman, Richmond Senior: 24 carries, 237 yards and two touchdowns in a 51-27 hang over Center Creek.

Eddie Czaplicki, Windfall: senior kicker, headed to Arizona Drawl, made 5-of-6 further aspects in opposition to Hickory Ridge Friday, and had a 40-yard topic purpose within the fourth quarter to give his crew a two-rating lead.

Zay Davis, North Rowan: In a 66-26 hang over Neighborhood College of Davidson, North Rowan intercepted six passes. Davis had three of the picks, plus 156 yards speeding and two touchdowns.

Vance Honeycutt, Salisbury: ran 20 times for 236 yards in a 52-12 hang over Maiden. Salisbury had three interceptions on Maiden’s first seven passes, and had five interceptions for the game.

Lucas Lenhoff, Myers Park: finished 14-of-18 passes for 327 yards and a college-account seven touchdowns in Friday’s 63-22 hang over Northwest Guilford. Lenhoff broke Drake Maye’s college-account of six passing touchdowns in a sport.

Jamar Brand, Windfall: ran 25 times for 161 yards and three touchdowns in Friday’s 44-34 reach-from-within the support of hang over Hickory Ridge. Brand also caught four passes for 39 yards.

Ethan Reid, Kings Mountain: finished 9-of-14 passes for 197 yards and three scores in a 49-6 hang over Jay M. Robinson.

Jeremiah Smith, Vance: had a 59-yard punt return to situation up a rating as Vance rallied to beat Ardrey Kell 44-28. He also a fourth quarter interception.

Riley Stubbs, Hickory Ridge: senior kicker, heading to Bluefield College, made all four PAT kicks in opposition to Windfall and had topic needs of 27- and 38-yards.

Ryan Tyson, Mount Stress-free: threw landing amble to Hank Allen with 26 seconds left in a 21-20 hang over West Lincoln. Tyson hit Allen with a 2-level conversion amble to hang it. For the game, Tyson threw for 173 yards and ran for 25.

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