Friday, May 22, 2015

Football players of the week

Here are the football players of the week for last week's action: Southeastern PennsylvaniaSam Kind, Abington With 55 percent of the vote, Abington quarterback Sam Kind was selected as the Southeastern Pennsylvania football player of the week. Kind threw three touchdown passes and directed the Ghosts to a 27-13 upset win over Pennsbury on Oct. 30. For his performance, Kind will receive a Rally T-shirt.South Jersey Austin Stein, Holy Cross With 29 percent of the vote, Holy Cross quarterback Austin Stein was selected as the South Jersey football player of the week. Stein completed 8 of 11 passes for 294 yards and five touchdowns in a 42-0 win over Delran last week. For his performance, Stein will receive a Rally T-shirt.

Football players of the week

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Here are the football players of the week for last week's action: 
Southeastern Pennsylvania
Sam Kind, Abington

With 55 percent of the vote, Abington quarterback Sam Kind was selected as the Southeastern Pennsylvania football player of the week. Kind threw three touchdown passes and directed the Ghosts to a 27-13 upset win over Pennsbury on Oct. 30. For his performance, Kind will receive a Rally T-shirt.
South Jersey
Austin Stein, Holy Cross

With 29 percent of the vote, Holy Cross quarterback Austin Stein was selected as the South Jersey football player of the week. Stein completed 8 of 11 passes for 294 yards and five touchdowns in a 42-0 win over Delran last week. For his performance, Stein will receive a Rally T-shirt.
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