Offense was key in some big games during Week Nine of the season as teams looked to keep playoff hopes alive.
Who will get your vote for the First Star Logistics Week Nine Offensive Player of the Week?
MIYAN WILLIAMS – WINTON WOODS HS
The senior running back was the workhorse for the Warriors offense in a game that saw them trail La Salle by two touchdowns late in the second quarter. Before the half, Williams would score the first of three touchdowns in leading the Warriors to a much-needed win to keep their playoff hopes alive. On the night, Williams rushed for 145 yards and three touchdowns.
KAYVON BRITTEN – WESTERN HILLS HS
The senior running back rushed for 201 yards on 15 carriers and three touchdowns in a 48-22 win over Shroder.
JAMES CAMDEN – ANDERSON HS
The senior quarterback was key in Andersons 34-31 win over Walnut Hills with 153 yards passing on 17-of-25 passing and 148 yards rushing, and two touchdown runs of 24 yards and 40 yards.
BRADEN BARR – MIAMISBURG HS
The senior quarterback enjoyed his best game of the season in a 38-35 win over Lebanon with 300 yards passing and two scores to go with 107 yards rushing and two touchdowns.
DORIAN DURHAM – PRINCETON HS
The senior quarterback passed for 228 yards on 9-of-17 passing and four touchdowns in a big 41-35 win over Lakota West.
TYRON DARBY – WEST CARROLLTON HS
The sophomore running back stepped forward with a huge game with 235 yards rushing and four touchdowns in a 38-15 over Fairborn.
SAM AUTRY – MADEIRA HS
The junior quarterback was 27-of-31 for 265 yards and four touchdowns in a 28-0 win over Reading. The win keeps Madeira in the hunt for a playoff spot in Division V, Region 20.
EVAN PRATER – WYOMING HS
The senior quarterback was proficient throwing and running the football in the Cowboys 44-0 win over Taylor. The future Cincinnati Bearcats quarterback passed for 151 yards on 9-of-12 passing and four touchdowns while also adding a score on 10 rushing attempts for 107 yards.
BRENDAN LAMB – CLINTON MASSIE HS
The senior running back rushed 24 times for 193 yards and five touchdowns in a 45-16 win over New Richmond. On the season, Lamb has rushed for 1,465 yards and 30 touchdowns for the 8-1 Falcons.
LOGHAN KELLEY – WILLIAMSBURG HS
The senior quarterback was key in a 35-33 win over Bethel-Tate with three of his four touchdown passes coming in the fourth quarter. For good measure, Kelley also punted six times for 243 yards, returned four kickoffs for 73 yards and had an interception on defense.
COLE FISHER – CHCA
The senior quarterback passed for 191 yards while also rushing for 159 yards and three touchdowns in a 47-20 win over Summit Country Day clinching a playoff spot.