You voted Murray’s Jaiden Jackson as having this week’s Gridiron Glory Performance of the Week. Jackson scored three touchdowns, and helped the Tigers rally from a 26-0 deficit to beat Owensboro Catholic 41-32. The Tigers will travel to Mayfield for the Class 2A Region 1 championship this Friday night. For the rest of this week’s top performances, click on the…

You voted Crittenden County’s Hunter Boone as having this week’s Gridiron Glory Performance of the Week. Boone racked up 136 total yards and three touchdowns as the Rockets beat Caverna in the opening round of the KHSAA Class 1A playoffs. For the rest of this week’s top performances, check out the video below.

You voted Ballard Memorials Drew Cox as this weeks Gridiron Glory Performance of the Week. Cox caught 4 passes for 74 yards and a touchdown. He also had an interception returned for a touchdown in the Bombers win over Fulton County. Check out the rest of the top performances from the week by watching the video below.

You voted Crittenden County’s Xander Taber as having this week’s Gridiron Glory Performance of the Week. Taber ran for 172 yards and a pair of touchdowns as the Rockets beat Russellville to win their sixth-straight game. Check out the rest of the top performances from the week by watching the video below.

You voted Graves County’s as having this week’s Gridiron Glory Performance of the Week. Mathis threw for two touchdowns, ran for three touchdowns, and even caught a touchdown pass as Graves County beat Christian County. For the rest of the top performances of the week, watch the video below.

You voted McCracken County’s Hunter Bradley as having this week’s Gridiron Glory Performance of the Week. Bradley ran for 96 yards and a pair of touchdowns to help the Mustangs beat Henderson County and clinch their sixth-straight district championship.

You voted Graves County’s Cody Goatley as having this week’s Gridiron Glory Performance of the Week, brought to you by CFI Equipment. Goatley ran for 117 yards and four touchdowns, helping lead the Eagles to their 13th-straight win over Marshall County. For the rest of this week’s top performances, click on the video below.

You voted Caldwell County quarterback Joby Jagger as having this week’s Gridiron Glory Performance of the Week, brought to you by CFI Equipment. Jaggers threw for 331 yards and five touchdown passes as the Tigers beat Paducah Tilghman last Friday night. For the rest of your top five choices, watch the video above.

You voted Paducah Tilghman’s Damien Ford as having this week’s Gridiron Glory Performance of the Week. Ford helped lead Tilghman to a win over Hopkinsville, and their first 4-1 start to a season since 2004. You can check out the top-five performances by clicking on the video above.

You voted Calloway County’s Luke Schwepker as having this week’s Gridiron Glory Performance of the Week. Schwepker racked up 303 total yards and scored three touchdowns as the Lakers fell to Marshall County 34-27 in overtime. For the rest of this week’s top performances, click on the video above.

You voted Paducah Tilghman’s Jayden Freeman as having this week’s Gridiron Glory Performances of the Week. After this Friday’s games, come back to WPSDLocal6.com to vote for the Week 4 Performances of the Week.

You voted Union City’s Kaleb Craig as having this week’s Gridiron Glory Performance of the Week, brought to you by CFI Equipment. Craig ran for 186 yards and a touchdown as the Golden Tornadoes fell to Jackson South Side. Check back on Saturday to vote for next week’s top performers.

Here are the latest rankings of Illinois high school football teams in each class, according to an Associated Press panel of sportswriters: Class 8A School W-L Pts Prv 1. Lincoln-Way East (11) (1-0) 119 1 2. Loyola (1) (1-0) 108 2 3. Maine South (1-0) 97 3 4. Edwardsville (1-0) 77 T4 5. Homewood-Flossmoor (1-0) 65 6 6. Hinsdale Central…

You voted Crittenden County’s Devon Nesbitt as having this week’s Gridiron Glory Performance of the Week, brought to you by CFI Equipment. We’ll unveil the newest Performances of the Week each Tuesday at 6 on WPSD Local 6.