Nordonia QB Earns Player of Week Honors
CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Gladiators, presented by Unique Home Solutions, announced today that sophomore quarterback Robby Levak of Nordonia High School has been named the Week 3 High School Impact Player of the Week for his standout performance in the Knights’ 55-47 win over Dover.
"It is awesome to see how quickly Robby has progressed,” said Nordonia head football coach Jeff Fox. “His poise and consistency is remarkable for a sophomore. He’s made great decisions with the football as well as getting the ball to our playmakers. On top of that, he’s turned himself into a significant physical threat running the ball. Lastly, but most importantly, he is a great young man, great student and a quiet leader that our kids rally behind."
Levak, who is in his first season as starting quarterback, passed for 256 yards and four touchdowns while also rushing for 86 yards and another score. The sophomore’s five total touchdowns helped guide the Knights to a Week 3 road victory, improving their record to 2-1.
“Robby’s performance in week three was incredible,” added Gladiators Defensive Backs Coach Dominic Jones. “It’s rare to see a sophomore put up those types of numbers while leading his team to victory. He has truly earned our High School Impact Player of The Week Award!”
For winning, Levak will receive an award recognizing his accomplishment, an appearance in-game at a 2017 Cleveland Gladiators home game, a visit at practice by Coach Jones, as well as a $500 grant towards the Nordonia football program.
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