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Charlotte-area high school football players of the week

West Meck's Dyami Brown (2, left) is a Charlotte Observer high school football player of the week
West Meck's Dyami Brown (2, left) is a Charlotte Observer high school football player of the week dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com

Quavaris Crouch, Harding: The nation’s No. 1 junior running back had 264 yards and three touchdowns on 25 carries in Friday’s 24-22 upset win over Hough. It was the second-most rushing yards in school history behind 287 from Jamelle Cuthberston in 2004.

Dylan Ratliff, Cal Wallestedt, Hickory Ridge: In a 34-15 win over Concord, Ratliff threw for 211 yards, two touchdowns and ran for 125 yards and another score. Wallestedt had 18 tackles, three for a loss and two sacks.

Ishod Finger, Metrolina Christian: Sun Valley transfer had six touchdowns in 64-26 win against Concord First Assembly. He rushed 13 times for 93 yards and four scores. He caught three passes for 39 yards and two more. He also had a two-point conversion and 74 yards in kick returns.

Dyami Brown, West Mecklenburg: UNC recruit had 271 yards total offense in a 42-19 win against Vance: nine rushes, 52 yards, score; three catches, 48 yards, score; 2-for-2 passing, 17 yards, two scores; and 154 yards of kick return yards. He was named game MVP.

Garrett Miller, Clover: Completed 24-of-28 passes for 287 yards and three touchdowns in a 56-26 win over Ashbrook. Miller, who rushed two times for 28 yards, helped his team gain nearly 550 yards total offense.

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