2011 Offensive MVP

By WBNG News

November 26, 2011 Updated Nov 27, 2011 at 11:02 PM EST

(WBNG Binghamton) Here's a look at our offensive MVPs for 2011.

Brandon Griffin was once again the decision maker behind an offensive machine at Corning.

He masterfully led the Hawks offense while racking up 15-hundred 14 yards on the ground.

He ran in 19 touchdowns, and added three more through the air.

The lone repeat winner in this category, Kevin Cox was expected to do a lot this season.

And he did.

He was at his best when his team needed him most, notably in the final game of the regular season, needing a win to make the playoffs, he rushed for over 130 yards and 4 touchdowns to lead the Warriors into the playoffs, where they eventually won their 2nd straight sectional title.

In class "C" Greene's big play offense was spearheaded by shifty Jeff Carlin in the backfield.

He rushed for 10 Td's and averaged nearly 8 yards a carry.

In a 4-game stretch in the middle of the Trojans undefeated regular season, Carlin ran for at least 100 yards each week, and scored at least one touchdown each week.

In class "D", section 3 champ Westmoreland found out the hard way just how great Cody Bennett has been.

In that game he rushed for 365 yards and 6 touchdowns.

But Bennett was more than just a running threat.

In Tioga's 3rd game of the season he also threw a TD pass, and caught 2 more.

He finished with 23 touchdowns and over 16-hundred yards on the ground.

And in class "A" he always seems to be around the ball.

Whether it's acrobatic catches, big kick returns, interceptions or big gains on the ground, Maine-Endwell's Luis Uceta plays much bigger than 5-10 160 pounds.

Only once this regular season was he held without 100 yards or a touchdown, and even in that game he accounted for 98 total yards.

With shared carries, he still amounted over 800 yards on the ground and 10 total TD's.

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