The senate winner named the Michigan High School football player of the Week by fans of the playoff semifinals.
Fisk received 26,095 of those 68,762 votes that's 38 percent to finish ahead of Landon Motter of Lawton, who received 14,757 votes.
Conner Russell of Pewamo-Westphalia was third with 10,086 votes, Josh Burnham of Traverse City Central was fourth with 6,139 and Asher Bryja of Lenawee Christian finished fifth with 3,001.
Fisk missed 15 and 23 yards in a 30-27 victory over Freeland. His second TD catch of 23 was the winner.
The Blue Devils defeated Jackson Lumen Christi 21-20. His final touchdown and two-point conversion put Lawton a 21-20 lead with 46 seconds left.
Selon the Lansing State Journal, Pewamo-Westphalia had two interceptions, one in the final minute that sealed the 28-21 victory over St. Francis by Pewamo-Westphalia, the same as the Final Minutes final victory over Traverse City.
Burnham snagged a steal on defense in centrals 56-20 victory over South Lyon.
Bryja opened the game and finished it with touchdowns and led Lenawee to a 31-20 win over Suttons Bay in the eight-player final. He had a 22-yard pick, then broke free for a 33-yard TD run, and remained silent as well.