the Columbia Tribune Week 4 Player of the Week poll is open

Our nominees for Week 4 Player of the Week range from running backs rumbling for hundreds of yards and a few scores to a quarterback playing the hero.

In a successful week of football in Boone County, players like Harrison Fowler and Rickie Dunn headline outstanding performances across the county.

This week also debuts the first defensive player nominated in our poll with Centralia’s Jack Romine earning time in the spotlight.

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Columbia Tribune Player of the Week Nominees for Week 4

Hallsville’s offense scored 16 points against Versailles, with both touchdowns coming from Harrison Fowler. He led the way to victory for Hallsville with 180 rushing yards on 26 carries.

On a moving night, Rickie Dunn led the Spartans in a Town Rivalry match. Running back Battle swindled Hickman for 207 yards on 20 carries and scored three touchdowns. He also recorded countless stiff arms and broken tackles.

Harrisburg ruled out Paris, but Trace combs provided the offense to lead the Bulldogs to their third win of the season. Combs threw two touchdown passes to Austin Darwent and his third to Braden Wyatt.

Centralia’s offense had 34 points, but Jack Romine put his own stamp on the game. Romine led a Panthers defense that recorded four turnovers on the day with two sacks, two tackles for loss and recovered a fumble for a touchdown.

Rock Bridge needed a last-minute comeback to stun the Capital City visit, and Brady Davidson was an unexpected hero. With Sam Kaiser injured, Davidson came into the game and kicked the game-tying two-point conversion that sent the game into overtime, and threw the game-winning touchdown to Drevyn Seamon to stun the Cavaliers.

Chris Kwiecinski is the sports editor for the Columbia Daily Tribune, overseeing sports coverage for the University of Missouri and Boone County. Follow him on Twitter @OchoK_ and contact him at [email protected] or 573-815-1857.

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