Helena Capital lineman Talon Marsh voted SBLive’s Montana High School Athlete of the Week

Congratulations to Helena Capital junior Talon Marsh for being voted SBLive’s Montana High School Athlete of the Week for Aug. 23-29!

The junior defensive tackle had three sacks and a final-minute fumble recovery in a win over Bozeman.

Marsh received 42.86% of the vote, beating out Bozeman WR Bryson Zanto who finished second with 28.57%. Missoula Sentinel QB Zac Crews finished third with14.29% and Gallatin DB Noah Dahlke finished fourth with 7.14%.  

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Here are the other athletes who were nominated for Aug. 23-29:

Isaiah Claunch, Billings West QB: Game’s top passer (235 passing yards) also threw for a pair of touchdowns in the loss to Missoula Sentinel.

Zac Crews, Missoula Sentinel QB: Did it all with 162 passing yards, 78 rushing yards and scoring the game-winning touchdown with three minutes to go in win over Billings West.

Noah Dahlke, Gallatin DB: Returned an interception 30 yards for a touchdown in a low-scoring victory over Big Sky.

J.J. Dolan, Missoula Sentinel DB: Had big fourth quarter with two interceptions, and saved the game with his end-zone pick in the final seconds in win over Billings West.

Taco Dowler, Billings West WR: Was a zig-zagging force catching passes – five receptions for 114 yards, including a fourth-quarter score – in a loss to Missoula Sentinel.

Trey Dye, Billings Skyview WR: The senior got the season started off right for the Falcons – an 85-yard kickoff return for a touchdown – who beat Kalispell Flathead.

Talon Marsh, Helena Capital DL: The junior defensive tackle had three sacks and a final-minute fumble recovery in a win over Bozeman.

Gage Sliter, Glacier QB: The junior completed 16 of 20 passes for 200 yards and three touchdowns as the Wolfpack downed Belgrade for a season-opening win.

Bryson Zanto, Bozeman WR: Was a lone bright spot on offense for the Hawks, catching eight passes for 103 years – including a 26-yard first-quarter TD in a loss to Helena Capital.

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