WHITEFISH — Players from Carroll College, College of Idaho and Southern Oregon University were named Frontier Conference Football Players of the Week.
Offensive Player of the Week: Tanner Trosin, Southern Oregon, 6-foot, 180-pound senior quarterback from Folsom, Calif. In No. 14 Southern Oregon’s 52-28 conference road win over Montana Western, Trosin, went 36 of 48 passing for 404 yards and three touchdowns. His passes were caught by 10 different receivers. He rushed four times for 22 yards and one touchdown. Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order: Major Ali of Carroll College, Quinn McQueary of Montana Tech and Darius-James Peterson of College of Idaho.
Defensive Player of the Week: Forrest Rivers, College of Idaho, 5-11, 220-pound sophomore linebacker from Corona, Calif. In College of Idaho’s 28-20 conference homewin over No. 11 Eastern Oregon, Rivers recorded 10 solo tackles, one assisted tackle, three tackles for loss (-23), two quarterback sacks and a fumble recovery. Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order: Isiah Carter of Southern Oregon, Zach Janis of Montana Western, Haziel Ledezma of Eastern Oregon, Drew Melton of Carroll College and Connor Wines of Montana Tech.
Special Teams Player of the Week: Shane Sipes, Carroll College, 6-2, 190-pound freshman wide receiver from Newbury Park, Calif. In Carroll’s 34-3 home conference win over MSU-Northern, Sipes had two kick returns totally 125 yards including an 85-yard return for a touchdown. Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order: Nathan Harden of Eastern Oregon, Derrick Holt of Montana Tech and Kyle Mitchell of College of Idaho.