Congratulations to the 2013 OHC Football Website MVP, Aeryton Erwin of Mechanicsburg. Erwin, a Junior, becomes the 7th MVP in this websites history and the second player from Mechanicsburg to take the award. Erwin had an outstanding season in 2013, leading the Indians to an 8-2 record, playoff berth, Regional Championship and the school's first ever trip to the State Semifinals. In all, Erwin finished his school record setting 2013 campaign with over 2,100 yards and 28 rushing touchdowns. Erwin averaged over 7 yards per carry on the season and rushed for 100+ yards in 11 of the team's 14 games.
This award is voted on in a three step process; a poll on this page, social media vote and a media vote. This year's contest was the closest ever. Caleb Coe of Cedarville won the poll vote, Trent McIntyre of Triad won the social media vote and Erwin won the media vote. With a 3-way tie, the vote was sent back out to social media, where Erwin took 119 of the 250 total votes to win the award.
For a full list of award winners click here: Past OHC Website MVP's
2013 OHC FOOTBALL WEBSITE MVP FINALISTS
2nd Place: Caleb Coe, Cedarville
Coe led the Indians to their 1st winning season and playoff berth since 2001. The Junior running back finished the year with 1,572 rushing yards and 14 TDs. Coe also grabbed 9 receptions for 165 yards and 1 additional TD.
3rd Place: Trent McIntyre, Triad
McIntyre led the Cardinals to their first unbeaten season in school history and 1st outright league title in OHC history. The Sophomore quarterback completed nearly 59% of his passes on the season, throwing for a league leading 2,061 yards, with 18 TDs to just 10 INTs. Was just as impressive with his feet, rushing for an additional 720 yards and 14 TDs.
4th Place: Taylor Cordell, West Liberty-Salem
Cordell led an inexperienced Tiger squad to an 8-2 record and 3rd consecutive playoff berth. A dynamic all-around athlete, the Senior led the Tigers rushing attack with 808 yards on just 104 carries and added 17 rushing TDs. Had 3 additional TDs for the Tigers, as Cordell was stellar on special teams, in the passing game and defensively.
5th Place: Chance Frye, Greeneview
Frye led the Rams to their 1st winning season since the 1990's. Frye completed 56% of his passes, throwing for 1,399 yards, 16 TDs (and just 4 INTs). The Junior Quarterback was a dual threat all season giving defense's fits. In addition to his impressive passing stats, Frye rushed for 1,114 yards 18 additional TDs.