3 receptions for 54 yards and 1 touchdown earns Jordan another offensive player of the game bid. Although the stat line does not seem as lit as usual, Jordan was able to reel in some clutch catches to lock in this weeks nomination and look forward to what the rest of the season may bring his way. Congratulations Jordan!
Will Frazier earns this weeks defensive player of the game nomination, racking up a total of 5 tackles on the day. Although usually loud on the field, with and without his pads, Will usually goes undetected and flies under the radar for most teams. Most forget to gameplan for him until they see and or hear him game day; whichever may come first. Regardless, Will makes sure to make them pay and was able to lock down a very versatile quarterback for Upper Dauphin. Cannot wait to see what other performances are in store for the season. Congratulations Will!
Harry Lowber is this weeks special teams player of the game returning two kicks for 43 yds on the day. Although a defensive battle all day between both teams, Harrys running style and ability has been an issue for teams over the last three seasons and all 43 yds were especially pivotal in this matchup. Congratulations Harry!