Football Player of the Week: Zach Rezin, Joliet Catholic

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Zach Rezin, of Joliet Catholic, is the Herald-News’ Player of the Week.

Rezin, a junior linebacker, stopped Lincoln-Way West quarterback Justin Keuch from scoring on a 2-point conversion try in overtime, preserving the Hilltoppers’ 21-20 Class 5A quarterfinal victory. Rezin also had a hand in seven tackles against the Warriors.

Coaches wishing to nominate

Player of the Week candidates can do so by contacting Tina Akouris at takouris@suntimes.com by 11 a.m. Tuesdays.

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