Adam Graham, Grace Community — The sophomore racked up 11 tackles. He also carried five times for 51 yards on offense as the Cougars routed Trinity Christian-Cedar Hill 48-7.
Taylor Hurst, Bishop Gorman — The junior running back/strong safety rushed for 138 yards on offense and had seven tackles — one for loss — on defense.
Gunner Baker, Carlisle — In the Indians’ 45-14 rout of Overton, the quarterback rushed for 99 yards and passed for 199 while also accounting for four touchdowns.
Seth Brasher, Bullard Brook Hill — The freshman receiver hauled in three catches, all going for touchdowns totaling 119 yards.
Kris Boyd, Gilmer — The Buckeyes running back enjoyed a career night in a 50-28 win against Chapel Hill, rushing for 293 yards and five touchdowns.
Davieonta Brown, Kilgore — The Bulldogs running back stepped off 131 yards on 20 carries in a 27-14 win against Bullard.
Ozzie Buckner, Frankston — The Indians quarterback finished the night with four touchdowns, plus accounted for more than 250 total yards in a 48-8 win against Union Grove.
Kade Clayton, Grace Community — The junior amassed 325 yards on the ground and five touchdowns on just 15 carries, a staggering 21.7 yards per carry, as Grace routed Trinity Christian-Cedar Hill 48-7.
Cooper Coldiron, Kilgore — In the win against Bullard, the Bulldogs quarterback accounted for two touchdowns passing and another two rushing.
Aaron Foy, Kilgore — The Bulldogs receiver got past the defense to the tune of four catches for 149 yards and two touchdowns, scoring on receptions of 1 and 24 yards.
Grace Community offensive line — With starting quarterback Blake White not at 100 percent, the Cougars linemen took over, paving the way for 477 yards and six TDs rushing. Josh Boylan, Clay Costiloe, Trey Marshall, Matt Parmlee, Jacob Wadle and Grant Rook were vital in Grace’s 48-7 win.
Brandon Lackner, Bishop Gorman — The senior receiver had a game-high seven catches for 95 yards and a touchdown.
Garrett Newman, Grace Community — Starting under center for the first time all year, the senior completed 4 of 5 passes for 55 yards and a score. Newman also ran nine times for 100 yards and another touchdown.
Tristan Saint, Bishop Gorman — The junior quarterback threw for 218 yards and a couple touchdowns on 18 of 27 passing. Saint also ran in a touchdown and a two-point conversion.
Jalen Seahorn, Eustace — The Bulldog finished with 126 yards on just eight carries in a 30-16 win against Malakoff.
Will Weathers, Bullard Brook Hill — The senior signal caller was an efficient 14 for 18 passing for 238 yards and five touchdowns. He added 50 yards on the ground and two more scores. To top it all off, Weathers was named homecoming king at halftime of the Guard’s 54-22 win over Dallas Shelton.
D’Lous West, Bullard Brook Hill — The running beck stepped off 102 yards on nine totes for the Guard.
Drew Dunklin, Bishop Gorman — A junior defensive end, Dunklin recorded nine tackles — one for loss — and recovered a fumble for the Crusaders.
Cartrell Freeman, Bishop Gorman — Playing nose guard, the Gorman sophomore made 10 tackles and blocked a field goal.
Noel Gamez, Bishop Gorman — The senior defensive tackle made nine tackles and had a fumble recovery.
Lin Gillham, Grace Community — The senior defensive back nabbed his third interception of the year and also made nine tackles as the Cougars held TC-CH to seven points.
Grace Community defensive line — The unit of Josh Boylan, Andrew McCarty and Grant McCarty combined for 17 tackles, five tackles for loss, a forced fumble and three QB pressures.
Kilgore Unit — The Bulldogs limited the high-powered Bullard offense to 156 total yards and only 13 points in the win.
Max McKinley, Bishop Gorman — The senior accrued 11 tackles from his linebacker position.