To no surprise, Muskegon-area athletes put their talents on display for all to see. CatchMark SportsNet brings you three Play of the Week nominations for Oct. 25-30.
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, Nov. 5, at noon.
Here are descriptions of the three nominated plays to offer context:
Play 1: Montague senior, Tugg Nichols beats two defenders and connects with senior quarterback, Andrew Kooi on a 24-yard touchdown reception to close out a 41-7 victory for the Wildcats. Montague will battle Reed City this week for their Division 6 district title.
Play 2: Senior receiver, Brodie Fogus falls backward into the endzone to complete a 31-yard touchdown pass from Sophomore quarterback Kyle Stratton to give Whitehall their first lead of the game, 14-7. The Vikings pulled out a 40-20 victory over Sparta and advance to the district finals against Cadillac this week.
Play 3: Senior Thomas McCullough sets the tone for Ravenna in a playoff matchup against North Muskegon last Friday. McCullough sprinted up the sideline on a 48-yard touchdown run in the fifth play of the game to give the Bulldogs their only score of the evening resulting in a 7-6 pre-district victory over the Norseman. Ravenna looks to take on Muskegon Catholic Central this week for the district title matchup.
If you wish to nominate a Play of the Week for Nov. 1-6, then email Zach Zweigle at firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than noon Monday, Nov. 8.
Votes limited to one per hour.
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