Isom received 70.15% of the vote, beating out Middleton QB Ky McClure who finished with 23.22%. Melba RB Trace Stimpson finished third with 2.55% and Eagle QB Ben Ford was fourth with 0.67%.
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Here are the other athletes who were nominated for Sep. 7-13:
Landon Cheney, Nampa Christian QB: Threw for 301 yards and two touchdowns by completing 22 of his 38 passes in a 34-12 loss to Gooding.
Casey Cope, Vallivue QB: Logged three touchdowns in the first half of a 41-14 win over Ridgevue, accounting for 319 total yards.
Cash Cowdery, Middleton WR: His quarterback was airing it out and he took advantage. Cowdery caught seven passes for 164 yards and a touchdown.
Jack Dohm, Coeur d’Alene LB: Dohm returned a fumble for touchdown in the Vikings’ 48-7 win over Lakeland.
Luke McLaughlin, Coeur d’Alene LB: McLaughlin returned a fumble for touchdown in the Vikings’ 48-7 win over Lakeland.
Jordan Erickson, Rocky Mountain RB/WR: Accounted for three touchdowns in the Grizzlies’ blowout win over Centennial: an 81-yard kick return, a 65-yard run and an 8-yard pass.
Ben Ford, Eagle QB: He threw for four touchdowns. Accrued 446 passing yards. And his Mustangs throttled No. 6 Mountain View because of it.
Kyzon Garner, Sugar-Salem QB: Logged four total touchdowns — three through the air and one on the ground (197 total yards of offense) — to lead the defending 3A champs over defending Wyoming state champ Star Valley.
Rawlin Godfrey, Valley QB: Posted 220 yards through the air and picked up 84 on the ground and two touchdowns in a loss to Ririe, per magicvalley.com.
Demik Hatch, Hillcrest RB: Ran for 140 yards and four touchdowns in Hillcrest’s 42-28 win over Madison.
Brody Hasselstrom, Prairie RB: Logged 276 yards on the ground and four touchdowns in a 54-14 Whitepine League win over Clearwater Valley.
Tommy Hauser, Post Falls WR: Lewiston tried to take away Post Falls’ big-gain slot receiver’s home run looks, so he made them pay on short gains, catching 11 balls for 75 yards, a touchdown run and an interception on defense.
Zane Helm, Melba RB: Logged 125 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Parma.
Angus Jordan, Genesee QB: The sophomore from Colton has Genesee out to a hot 3-0 start coming off of a win over Potlach to secure its first league win in more than a year and surpass its win total last season. Jordan had 364 all-purpose yards (264 passing, 100 running) and two touchdowns.
Hayden Kincheloe, Homedale QB: McClure was the headline. But Kincheloe had a productive night, too, throwing for 227 yards and two touchdowns in a 53-28 loss to Homedale.
Tre Kofe, Hillcrest RB: Rushed for 127 yards and a touchdown in Hillcrest’s 42-28 win over Madison, per the Idaho Falls Post Register.
Kash Lang, Lewiston QB: He’s always a threat on his feet, but Lang had a solid day throwing the ball, passing for 201 yards, running for 93 more with three total touchdowns.
Elijah Martin, Notus RB: Ran for 142 yards and two scores in a 26-16 win over Horeshoe Bend.
Ky McClure, Middleton QB: A head-turning outing. He threw for 457 yards and five touchdowns by completing 23 of his 35 passes.
Malakai Martinez, Meridian QB: Completed 20 of 28 passes for 270 yards, four touchdowns in a win over defending 4A champ Kuna.
Jack Prka, Coeur d’Alene QB: Threw for 315 yards and four touchdowns on 17 of 21 pass attempts completed.
Trace Stimpson, Melba RB: Led the game in rushing on a night where Melba established its ground game. He finished with 137 yards and a touchdown.
Titus Yearout, Lapwai QB: Accounted for 536 total yards in a 50-6 Whitepine League win over Troy, as reported by The Lewiston Tribune.
Caden Young, Emmett QB: Tossed for 147 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 163 yards in an upset win over Bishop Kelly.