Vote Now for Top Play and Top Performer for Week Six

18 nominees are up for Monmouth Building Center Game Balls including Neptune’s Kahmar Rice.  Voting is open through Tuesday at 3:00 p.m.  Watch all the Top Play nominees from a great week of high school football action

Shore Sports Zone brought you 12 games of high definition highlights in Week Six.  Our cameras captured some tremendous plays.  Watch our video to see the nominees for Top Play and cast your vote along with Top Performer.  Our polls stay open through Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. and the winners receive Monmouth Building Center Game Balls:

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Missed our Highlights Shows?

Watch four games from Saturday and eight from Friday as part of our Week 6 coverage:

Last Week’s Game Ball Winners

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Southern Regional RB-LB Joe Miele won Top Performer for Week Five

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Marlboro RB Jonny Helff won Top Play of Week Five for his overtime TD against East Brunswick

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Monmouth Building Center supports athletes all across the Jersey Shore with Game Balls in fall, winter and spring.  Thanks to their support, we are able to honor so many great male and female athletes all year round!

A word about voting

We are grateful to the thousands of votes every week we get for Game Balls.  There are many people who get upset with the voting process so we have changed to new voting software with the hopes of limiting any potential problems with multiple votes coming from one specific computer.

What’s new?

You can continue to vote multiple times through Tuesday at 3:00 pm, but now there’s a limit on the number of votes that can come from one IP address.   What this does is prevent one computer to vote 5,000 times for one player.  You can still vote many times and you will be locked out of the poll when you reach our limit, but your votes will still count.  We hope that this still allows thousands of votes to come in and temper the accusations that people are cheating or that our polls are “fixed” (Of course they are not!!!)

The best way to win the voting?

Spread the word!  Get as many people on your social media to spread the word and vote.  Often times, schools can make an announcement to encourage voting which results in spikes and surges from nominees.  We love the passion of our audience and want to make Game Balls a fun experience.  We love going to practices to hand out Game Balls all year long and hope that the new changes will make things as fair as possible.