Fike threw for 363 yards and four touchdowns and scored the game-winning TD on a 6-yard run to lift Fayetteville to a 46-42 win over Fort Smith Southside on Oct. 9.
Fike received 52.05% of the vote, beating out Benton LB Beau Wright, who finished with 19.31%. Greenwood WR Luke Brewer finished third with 6.07% and Fort Smith Southside WR Luke Wyatt was fourth with 4.87% .
We are currently accepting Athlete of the Week nominations for the week of Oct. 12-18. If you would like to nominate an athlete, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or tag us on Twitter or Instagram at @sbliveark.
Here are the previous SBLive Athlete of the Week winners:
WEEK 1 WINNER: CHRIS FRANCISCO, ROGERS QB
WEEK 2 WINNER: BRADEN WILLIAMS, WALDRON QB
WEEK 3 WINNER: BRAYDEN JAY, CABOT WR
WEEK 4 WINNER: JETT DENNIS, GREENLAND
WEEK 5 WINNER: LOGAN CHRONISTER, ALMA
WEEK 6 WINNER: GARRETT BROWN, BENTON
And here are the other athletes who were nominated for Oct. 5-11:
Kam Turner, Rivercrest QB
Turner did it all for the Colts on Friday night. He was 6 of 8 passing for 148 yards and two touchdowns, he caught a 73-yard pass for a touchdown, and he carried the ball for 119 yards and three touchdowns. Turner also led Rivercrest with six tackles in the 55-19 win over Westside.
Bryce McKay, Mountain Home QB
McKay ran for 204 yards and three touchdowns and passed for 144 yards and two scores to help the Bombers snap a 14-game conference losing streak.
Logen Walker, Mountain Home WR
Walker caught five passes for 144 yards and two touchdowns in a 49-37 win over Van Buren.
Cole Keylon, Harrison QB
Keylon showed off his dual-threat ability in the Goblins’ four-point win over Greenbrier. He threw for 221 yards and a touchdown and added 148 yards and two touchdowns on the ground.
Jackson Moll, Morrilton RB
Moll posted one of the best rushing performances in school history, finishing with 292 yards and four touchdowns in a 35-21 win over Farmington.
Ethan Ridgel, Batesville RB
Ridgel rushed for 177 yards and had three touchdowns to lead the Pioneers to a 42-12 win over Forrest City.
Justin Lewallen, Batesville DE
Lewallen had five sacks to help power the Pioneers to a 30-point win over Forrest City.
Futa Shinkawa, Pulaski Academy DB
Shinkawa returned an interception 70 yards for a touchdown and recovered the ensuing onside kick as the Bruins beat White 49-28.
Isaac Shelor, Hot Springs QB
Shelor threw for five touchdowns and finished with 277 passing yards in the Trojans’ win over DeQueen.
Kaimani Gray, Hot Springs WR
Gray and quarterback Isaac Shelor were in rhythm Friday night, connecting seven times for 165 yards and three touchdowns in the 56-14 win over DeQueen.
Hudson Brewer, Har-Ber RB
The sophomore running back had 160 rushing yards and four touchdowns to lead the Wildcats over rival Springdale.
Luke Wyatt, Fort Smith Southside WR
In Fort Smith Southside’s 46-42 loss to Fayetteville on Friday, Luke Wyatt scored four touchdowns and had seven catches for 185 yards. Two of his touchdowns came through the air, one was a rushing TD and one was a 90-yard kickoff return.
Ben Weese, Conway QB
Weese threw for 397 yards and six touchdowns to help the Wampus Cats slip by Cabot, 52-49.
Tevin Woodley, Lake Hamilton RB
Woodley had 22 carries for 276 yards and 3 TDs in a 43-42 win over Russellville.
Bryce Bohanon, Conway WR
Bohanon and quarterback Ben Weese were unstoppable Friday night, connecting nine times for 225 yards and three touchdowns in the win over Cabot.
LD Richmond, Greenwood QB
Richmond threw for 168 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another TD in Greenwood’s 49-10 win over Siloam Springs.
Tyler Gee, Cabot QB
Despite falling to Conway by three points, Gee put up huge numbers for the Panthers, passing for 389 yards and six touchdowns.
Beau Wright, Benton LB
Wright returned a fumble for a 64 yard touchdown in a 30-20 win over the Parkview Patriots.
Hunter Wilkinson, Greenwood RB
Wilkinson carried the ball 31 times for 175 yards and two touchdowns in Greenwood’s 49-10 win over Siloam Springs.
Luke Brewer, Greenwood WR
Brewer had five catches for 72 yards and two touchdowns in Greenwood’s 49-10 win over Siloam Springs.