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Vote for the Baird Brothers Sawmill High School Football Play of the Year

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Below are the contenders for the Baird Brothers Sawmill Play of the Year.  Vote for your favorite below.  Videos of each of the plays can be found below. 

Week #1 Austintown Fitch – Falcon trio of Price, Rezapourian and Hall swoop in to force fumble and get the turnover in a win over Harding.

Week #2 Sharon – Wanya Smith Austin takes a pick-six back 103 yards to tie the game, but Tigers would fall to Farrell in this PA rivalry.

Week #3 Poland – What a way to start a game!  Jacob Wolfe hits Anthony Marchionda for a TD on the first drive in the ‘Dogs win over St. Mary's of Canada.

Week #4 Crestview – Another great way to start a game!  Nick Blower takes the opening kickoff back 85 yards for a score in a 57-12 blowout win!

Week #5 Liberty – Got to have a punt return in this vote!  John Helms takes one back for a touchdown as the Leopards outscore Edgewood, 47-32!

Week #6 Niles – Now that was close!  Yuhas hits Parry for a 24-yard score with 0.7 left in the game!  The Dragons would beat Canfield in OT.

Week #7 Howland – Tigers on the loose…  Eric Lockney hits Brendan Cope for an 81 yard touchdown in a 26-7 win over rival Poland.

Week #8 Lakeview – The snap, the hold, this kick…it's GOOD!  Jake Pishotti drills a game-winning FG on the final play as the Bulldogs beat Campbell.

Week #9 Brookfield – He could go all the way!  Ryan Mosora returns an interception 95 yards for a TD helping the Warriors defeat Youngstown Christian.

Week #10 Youngstown Christian - Ryan Grier scoops up a fumble and races 87 yards for an Eagles touchdown in a 47-28 win over Gilmour Academy. 

Voting ends at midnight on Friday (11/16/12). We will announce the winners in two weeks on 21 Sports.

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