Vote now: Who was the Player of the Week for Week 3 of high school football?

EVANSVILLE — We are inching closer to the midpoint of the high school football season. The standout individual performances continued throughout Southwestern Indiana in Week 3.

Who will get your vote for the Courier & Press Player of the Week? Here are the nominees:

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Sean DeLong, Gibson Southern

The senior ran for 107 yards on nine carries and scored three touchdowns, in addition to 25 receiving yards and 29 return yards, in a 56-7 win against Princeton.

Luke Ellspermann, Memorial

The junior wide receiver caught three passes for 67 yards and three touchdowns in a 56-0 win against Central.

Maximus McCool, Castle

The junior went off for 209 rushing yards and three touchdowns plus 68 receiving yards and another score in a 52-42 victory over Bosse.

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Jason Rucker, North

The junior totaled 82 rushing yards on nine touches with one touchdown and returned a free kick 77 yards for a score in a 52-12 win against Harrison.

Landon Terry, Tell City

The junior had 204 rushing yards on 10 carries and two touchdowns plus an interception in a 42-21 victory against Forest Park.

Elijah Wagner, Bosse

The senior quarterback put on a show, despite a losing result against Castle, with 207 passing yards and two touchdowns plus 323 rushing yards and three more scores.

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