It’s time to place your vote for Week 10 of the WGEM SportsCenter and Hannibal Regional Prep Athlete of the Week! Each weekly winner is determined by combining the poll winner here with votes from the WGEM and Herald-Whig sports departments. The winner is announced each Tuesday morning on the show. Thanks for participating and helping us make another tough decision!
Who should be this week's WGEM SC and Hannibal Regional Prep Athlete of the Week?
- Michael Lord (Illini West) – Lord provided the key plays for the Chargers on Saturday with an 84-yard kickoff return touchdown and two rushing touchdowns to help beat Mercer County. (24%, 139 Votes)
- Cole Williams (Central) – His 187 yards rushing and four touchdowns paced the Panthers as they advanced to the second round of the Class 1A playoffs. (23%, 133 Votes)
- Katie Hamlin (Knox County) – She capped a stellar senior season with a one-hitter, 10 strikeouts and a two-run double at the plate as the Eagles won the 3rd place game at the Class 1 state tournament. (14%, 81 Votes)
- Katelyn Robbins (Liberty) – She finished in 2nd place at the Class 1A Elmwood Sectional in a time of 17:50 to advance to the state meet. (12%, 72 Votes)
- Lauren Roberts (QND) – Roberts is the lone setter for the Raiders right now due to injury, and she delivered 46 assists in two wins last week leading to a Class 3A Regional title. (10%, 57 Votes)
- Logan Perrigo (Mark Twain) – The Tiger piled up 268 yards rushing and a touchdown in their win over Schuyler County. (7%, 42 Votes)
- Mitchell Murphy (QND) – He was involved in almost every goal the Raiders scored, including his own on a restart for their final goal of the season, as they captured the program’s 3rd state title. (5%, 28 Votes)
- Miles Sheppard (West Hancock) – The freshman nearly won the boys race at the Class 1A Elmwood Sectional, losing by just two seconds to Leland Sumer of Tremont. (3%, 15 Votes)
- Brock Wood (South Shelby) – He scored on three touchdown runs of 60+ yards in the third quarter Friday and finished with 331 yards rushing to lead the Cardinals into the district semifinals. (2%, 13 Votes)
Total Voters: 580