Carter, Helcher nab POW Awards

The Player of the Week Fan Vote notched 10,103 votes, with Stephens County’s Gamarion Carter (4,147) taking the top spot. BLITZ then picked Union’s Logan Helcher as Co-POW. For what it’s worth, Helcher also was the runner-up vote-getter with 3,846, though vote totals have no bearing on the BLITZ Pick.

GAMARION CARTER – FAN VOTE

Gamarion Carter had a monster, video-game like performance in a big-time rival win over Habersham Central. As the Indians rolled to a fourth straight win, Carter, a Liberty commit, hauled in 6 passes for 195 yards (32.5 yds/rec), and scored 2 TDs, including the game’s first score in the third quarter, which went for 65 yards. He added a 42-yd TD catch to cap the scoring.

Carter now has 527 receiving yards and 5 TD on the season, and 1,477 yds and 12 TD in his career. This is Carter’s second POW award of his career.

POW Framed Print (11×17) – Gamarion Carter

POW Framed Print (11×17) – Gamarion Carter

29.00 $

LOGAN HELCHER – BLITZ PICK

Logan Helcher has the distinction of being the fourth straight dual threat QB to emerge under coach Brian Allison at Union County. Helcher, a junior, continues a long line that includes Joseph Mancuso (Richmond), Cole Wright (Army), and Pierson Allison (Berry), all of who statistically were among state leaders each season.

Helcher is making a name for himself, and earns his first Player of the Week award after tallying 3 total TD and over 300 yards of offense. He passed for 172 and threw a TD, and ran for 144 and 2 TD. In 2020, Helcher has passed for 697 yards and 3 TD, and has 234 rushing yards and 4 TD.

POW Framed Print (11×17) – Logan Helcher

POW Framed Print (11×17) – Logan Helcher

29.00 $

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