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Vote: Who should be SBLive Louisiana's high school athlete of the week? (9/19/2023)

Here are the candidates for SBLive’s Louisiana athlete of the week for Sept. 11-17

Here are the candidates for SBLive’s Louisiana high school athlete of the week for Sept. 11-17. Read through the nominees and cast your vote. Voting will conclude Sunday at 11:59 p.m. If you would like to nominate an athlete, please email athleteoftheweek@scorebooklive.com or tag us on Twitter

Harlem Berry, St. Martin's Episcopal football

The highly-touted junior tailback did it all in a win over Riverdale, accumulating 327 total yards with seven touchdowns. Berry also completed a 50-yard pass, recorded five tackles, forced a fumble and recovered a fumble.

Kaleb Collins, Lakeview football

In his first year as Lakeview's head coach, Wing-T aficionado Andy Boone has the Gators' ground attack moving fluidly. Collins carried 12 times for 280 yards with three TDs and a two-point conversion in a win over Northwood-Lena.

Eldrick Murray, Marksville football

Murray logged 41 carries with 251 yards, added three returns for 70 yards, passed for 40 and collected eight tackles for Marksville, which remained unbeaten. The Tigers nipped Grant Parish, 34-33.

Kaden Zenon, St. Martinville football

The senior signal-caller accounted for five TDs - three passing and two rushing - as the Tigers rallied from a halftime deficit to beat Breaux Bridge, 40-19. Zenon completed 8-of-12 passes for 188 yards and rushed for 119 yards on 11 carries.

Ezekial Hypolite, Acadiana football

Hypolite rushed seven times for 120 yards and a pair of TDs and caught a TD pass of 41 yards in a 56-7 romp at District 3-5A rival New Iberia.

Kevon'te Landry, Lafayette football

The Lions endured their first loss vs. Sulphur, but Landry did a lot of damage, passing for 337 yards on 10 completions with three TDs. He rushed for 53 yards and a TD on 10 attempts.

Kylin Wheeler, Rayne football

The junior caught all seven of the Wolves' pass completions in a 56-37 win over Church Point, racking up 175 yards receiving and two TDs. He also carried seven times for 67 yards and a score.

Diesel Solari, Cecilia football

The junior quarterback rushed for 133 yards and four TDs on 11 carries and completed 9-of-12 passes for 78 yards and a score in a 44-0 shutout of Northside.

Jacob Cormier, Iota football

The Bulldogs bounced Crowley, 52-7, with Cormier carrying eight times for 133 yards and three TDs.

Jaboree Antoine, Westgate football

The five-star junior scored twice on offense and locked up the Tigers' win over Evangel Christian with a timely interception. The Antoine-led defense slowed down the Eagles' usually potent passing attack, which was held to 17-of-39 attempts for 157 yards and two interceptions.

Jasper Parker, Archbishop Shaw football

The Eagles got their first win of the season and it was a big one. Shaw downed arch-rival Archbishop Rummel, 43-28, to end an 11-game losing streak to the Raiders. Parker (20-190) rushed for five TDs.

Ke'Rynn Smith, Holy Cross football

First-year coach Scott Wattigny's Tigers improved to 3-0 by handing Chalmette its first loss. Smith paved the way in a defensive struggle with 84 yards on 11 tries with two TDs.

John Johnson, Edna Karr football

The Cougars extended their winning streak to 12 games over Warren Easton. Johnson, a sophomore, was on fire with six passing TDs and one rushing in the 48-14 rout.

Addison Constance, Sulphur football

The Tors knocked Lafayette High from the ranks of the unbeaten. Constance completed 25-of-32 passes for 357 yards and four TDs.

Chad Elzy, Ascension Catholic football

Elzy scored four TDs while rushing for 216 yards on 13 carries in a 40-16 defeat of Archbishop Hannan.

J.T. Lindsey, Alexandria football

The Trojans picked up their first win and did it in convincing fashion vs. Natchitoches Central. Lindsey, a junior tailback, ran the ball 15 times for 126 yards and four TDs.

Cody Copeland, Sterlington football

The Panthers outlasted Oak Grove in overtime. Copeland ran for 190 yards on 20 carries with three TDs.

Noah Lovelady, Ouachita Christian football

Lovelady notched 23 tackles, the third-most in school history for a single game, in a win over Mansfield. He also intercepted a pass.

Calvin Sparrow, John F. Kennedy football

St. Amant edged Kennedy, but Sparrow kept his team in contention with 19 tackles - eight for loss - and a sack.

Chase Sentell, Glenbrook football

The Apaches remained unbeaten to set up a showdown with Haynesville. Sentell carried 21 times for 187 yards and five TDs, caught five passes for 53 yards and a score, returned an interception 80 yards and scored three two-point conversions in a 55-32 win over previously undefeated Delta Charter.

Tyler Milioto, St. Charles Catholic football

Milioto, who has kicked a field goal in all three of his team's wins, made four field goals in a 48-20 win against previously unbeaten Teurlings Catholic.

Gregory Williams, Homer football 

The Pelicans survived a 55-38 shootout with General Trass, thanks in large part to Williams, who was responsible for 275 yards, five TDs, nine tackles and a fumble recovery.

Morgan Netterville, Episcopal volleyball

Totaled 68 kills, 19 digs, 12 blocks and nine aces in 19 sets.

Theo Dunn, East Iberville football

Dunn, a junior, rushed for 254 yards and tacked on 77 receiving yards with three TDs in a 52-8 win over Magnolia School of Excellence.

Ember Pierce, Parkway girls cross country

Pierce won the Huntington Raider XC Invitational with a PR of 20:06.

Leah Varisco, Academy of Sacred Heart New Orleans girls cross country

Varisco won the BSN Invitational for the second straight year.

Deacon Stantz, St. Louis Catholic boys cross country

Stantz won the McNeese State Two-Miler with a time of 10:56.

Talan Sievers, Lafayette Christian Academy boys cross country

Sievers, a freshman, won his school's meet with a time of 15:35, which was both a school record and a PR.