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Vote for CatchMark Play of the Week (Oct. 11-16)

Video by Billy Mann | CatchMark – Special thanks to Jason Hutton of Fox 17 Sports and Nate Smith of Fruitport Football for their video contributions.

To no surprise, Muskegon area athletes stepped up to the plate again and put their athletic talent on display for all to see. CatchMark SportsNet brings you three Play of the Week nominations for Oct. 11-16.

Watch the video above to see the Play of the Week nominations. Cast your vote in the poll at the bottom of this story. The poll will close Friday, Oct. 22, at noon.

Here are descriptions of the three nominated plays to offer context:

Play 1: Muskegon Catholic Central quarterback Elliot Riegler finds receiver Sam Convertini on a 26-yard game-winning touchdown catch over Centreville defenders with 6 seconds left. The Crusaders pulled out a 24-16 victory and now stand at 7-1 overall. Convertini had 120 yards on five targets, including his clutch catch.

Play 2: Fruitport quarterback Gavin Reames fakes a pass and completes a no-look, behind-the-back pitch to running back Paschal Jolman to complete a two-point conversion just before the half in Fruitport’s 22-14 victory over Allendale last Friday. Jolman ended with game-high 184 rushing yards.

Play 3: Whitehall senior Red Watson returns a kickoff 75 yards to the Montague 10-yard line to open the second half. Despite a penalty or two on the possession, Vikings quarterback Kyle Stratton punched one in shortly after to give the Vikings a 14-7 advantage. Whitehall went on to defeat the Montague 34-14 in the “Battle for the Bell” to secure a share West Michigan Conference title with rival Montague and Oakridge.

If you wish to nominate a Play of the Week for Oct. 18-23, then email Zach Zweigle at by no later than noon Monday, Oct. 25.

Votes are limited to one per hour

Lead writer for CatchMark SportsNet and Web Services leader for CatchMark Technologies.

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