Private schools POW: Barry Sanders, Heritage Hall...
By Robert Przybylo
Not many candidates to choose from, but really, the Heritage Hall sophomore running back could win it every week. He had that type of season.
In a 34-20 loss to Pawhuska, Barry Sanders caught a 37-yard touchdown and ran for 136 yards with a score. And Charger fans can only wonder had his TD reception not been called back because of pass interference in the fourth quarter.
Teams keyed in on Sanders all season, but it never mattered. He was as versatile player as can be at this level, leading the team with six interceptions and took a couple back to the house.
He was also the team’s punter. Sanders is quick to give credit to the line and just about anybody else. He’s not a glory hog, but this team certainly rallies around him.
With another year under his belt, it’s scary to think what he is going to do as a junior.
Other Heritage contenders:
Cooper Cloud, QB: Cloud came up big for the Chargers through the air. He had the TD pass to Sanders and also orchestrated a beautiful last-minute drive in the first half that led to a touchdown.
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