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Vote now: What was Pennsylvania’s high school football play of the week for games played October 20-22?

From Elizabeth Forward’s Zach Boyd to York’s Jahiem White, there were some great plays around Pennsylvania in games played October 20-22.

There were some great plays this week in Pennsylvania high school football. Read through the nominees and cast your vote. Voting will conclude Sunday at 11:59 p.m.

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(The plays are listed in alphabetical order by player)

Zach Boyd, Elizabeth Forward

In the game against Greensburg Salem, Boyd outbattled his defender for the catch and then made another defender miss on his way to a touchdown (play at :13 of video)

Rodney Gallagher, Laurel Highlands

In a 41-14 win over Ringgold, the West Virginia commit took the snap in the wildcat, ran to his left, stutter stepped past one defender and then broke a tackled near the sideline on his way to a touchdown run.

Abu Kamara, Interboro

Against Avon Grove, Kamara broke two school records on one play when he took a handoff, broke one tackle near the line of scrimmage and headed up the sideline for a 96-yard touchdown run. He broke the school’s single-season record for most rushing yards in a season and also the school record for most touchdowns in a season.

Daquan McCraw, Steelton-Highspire

In the first quarter against Trinity, McCraw picked up the ball after a blocked field goal and took it in for a touchdown.

Jahmil Perryman, McKeesport

In the win over Greater Latrobe, the quarterback got the snap and took off to his left. He made it to about the 3-yard-line, where a defender tried to bring him down, but Perryman shrugged him off and went into the endzone for the score.

Marcus Quaker, West Perry

Against Camp Hill, the quarterback tried to sneak up the middle but looked stopped. He then bounced it outside and took it to the house for a score (play at :12 of video).

Joey Schlaffer, Exeter Township

The Penn State commit lined up in wildcat, took the snap and took off to his right, showed patience for a hole to open up and then raced down the sideline for a touchdown.

Jahiem White, York

In a win over South Western, the West Virginia commit took a handoff and ran right up the middle, where he ran over a defender near the goal line to score a touchdown (play at :23 of vieo).