Who's your Athlete of the Week?

Who is your Player of the Week after Week 6 of Upstate high school football? Check out the stats below for the best performances. Our Player of the Week selection will be announced Thursday. You can find out the winner before everyone else if you become our friend on Snapchat at gvlnews. We will have an interview with the winner on our live SidelineLive high school show. Tune in Thursday at

Who's your Player of the Week

Who’s your Player of the Week

Mario Cusano, QB, Greer — passed for  150 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 136 yards and a touchdown in the Yellow Jackets’ 48-7 win over Eastside.

Troy Pride, WR/DB, Greer — had punt returns of 28 and 77 yards for touchdowns and caught a 49-yard touchdown pass.

Averius Blakely, RB, Mauldin — had 17 carries for 142 yards and a touchdown in the Mavericks’ 21-17 loss to Dorman.

Luke Bikulege, RB St. Joseph’s  — had 33 carries for 230 yards and two touchdowns and had a touchdown reception in the Knights’ 31-6 win over Ware Shoals.

Jay Urich, QB, Wren — had 20 carries for 169 yards and two touchdowns in the Hurricanes’ 14-7 win over Daniel.

Josh Samuel, RB, J.L. Mann — had 23 carries for 184 yards and three touchdowns in the Patriots’ 33-6 win over Wade Hampton.

Jakobe Bufford, RB, Powdersville — had 22 carries for 197 yards and three touchdowns in the Patriots’ 42-7 win over Landrum.

E.J. Humphrey, RB, Powdersville — had eight carries for 75 yards and a touchdown and a 50-yard touchdown reception.

Quintyn Reeder, RB, Southside Christian — had 14 carries for 148 yards and three touchdowns in the Sabres’ 55-0 win over Calhoun Falls Charter.

Bralan Fuller, WR, Easley — had 11 receptions for 223 yards and a touchdown in the Green Wave’s 31-24 loss to T.L. Hanna.

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