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VOTE | Taco Bell Player of the Week

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Each week during the regular high school football season, you will be voting for the Taco Bell Player of the Week!  

Each Sunday, the 21 Sports team will nominate four players who they feel had an outstanding game.  You will then vote for the one of them to become to the Taco Bell Player of the Week!

The team of the winning player will receive a pre/post game meal courtesy of Taco Bell (gift certificate will be awarded to the school's administration).

Voting opens each Sunday at noon and will conclude at noon on Tuesdays.  You can only vote once per IP address, so share this story and get your friends and classmates to vote!

The winning player will be announced here on wfmj,com and on our social media platforms.

Here are the four nominees for week #10 of Taco Bell Player of the Week:

Alex Clark | Brookfield

Samari Dean | Howland

Trystan Mollohan | Chalker

Cade Wood | United 

If you are viewing this on the 21 News app, click here to vote.

Taco Bell Players of the Week

Week #1 - Mark Waid | Girard

Week #2 - Isaac Clarke | Farrell

Week #3 - Parker Sherry | East Palestine

Week #4 - T.J. DeShields | West Branch

Week #5 - Kent Wolford | LaBrae

Week #6 - Mike Diaz | Poland

Week #7 - Luke Snyder | Springfield

Week #8 -  Zach Rogers | Lakeview

Week #9 - JD Hall | Struthers

Week #10 -  Cade Wood | United

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