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Vote now: What was Pennsylvania’s high school football play of the week for games played October 27-29?

From South Allegheny’s Dashawn Carter to the Pittsburgh Central Catholic duo of Payton Wehner and Peter Gonzalez, there were some great plays around Pennsylvania in games played October 27-29.

There were some great plays this week in Pennsylvania high school football. Read through the nominees and cast your vote. Voting will conclude Sunday, November 6 at 11:59 p.m.

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(The plays are listed in alphabetical order by player)

Dashawn Carter, South Allegheny

In a game against Greensburg Salem, Carter tracked the pass from his quarterback and went up to make the one-handed touchdown catch with the defender on him.

Tiqwai Hayes, Aliquippa

In the win over Central Valley, the sophomore running back took a handoff, hopped over one of his offensive linemen who was completing a pancake block and took off down the sideline for a 72-yard run. He would later score on the drive. (Play at 1:29 of video)

Josh Jenkins and Jaymont Green-Miller, Sto-Rox

In a win over Seton La Salle, Jenkins threw a dime to Green-Miller, who made the catch and went in for the 59-yard touchdown.

Jahmil Perryman, McKeesport

In the game against Thomas Jefferson, Perryman scored the first touchdown of the game on a read option where he kept the ball, juked one defender and then put another defender into the ground on his way to a 62-yard score.

Jayvin Thompson, Central Valley

Against Aliquippa, Thompson went up for a pass and caught it over the defender and held on for the completion despite falling backwards. The play set up a Central Valley score.

Tyree Turner and Nate Dlugos, Greensburg Central Catholic

In the win over Leechburg, Turner threw a nice pass to Dlugos, who made the juggling catch and held off a defender on his way to the touchdown.

Payton Wehner and Peter Gonzalez, Pittsburgh Central Catholic

In Central Catholic’s 27-14 win over Gateway, Wehner threw a perfect pass and Gonzalez hauled it in with one hand.