When all the votes were counted, Old Town Coyotes' quarterback Jake Jarvis was selected this week's McDonald's High School Athlete of the Week.

In the Coyotes semifinal win over Foxcroft, Jarvis led the offense by throwing for 282 yards and 5 touchdowns while completing 58 percent of his throws. Jarvis has thrown for nearly 1,500 yards this season and 20 touchdowns.

Jarivs came away with 44 percent of what turned out to be a close vote.

Senior goalkeeper Emily Gilmore of the Bangor Rams had 36 percent of the vote. It was a big week for Gilmore, who not only helped the Rams win the Class A state championship by making 12 saves in a 2-0 win over Gorham. But Gilmore also signed a letter of intent Wednesday to play softball for the University of Maine Black Bears.

Speaking of state champions, Orono High School's Daphne Murphy also received a nomination this week for her two amazing games for the Red Riots in a week that culminated in a Class C State championship. In the regional title game Murphy had 2 goals and an assist. In the state championship she sent a rebound to the back of the goal in the second overtime to give Orono its first state title in girls soccer.

Here are the final results: