ET High School Football Honor Roll: Week 7

Lindale quarterback Montana Meador (6) is wrapped up by Nacogdoches defender Brad Phillips (94) during first half action. (Photo by John Huseth)


Michael Edmonson, Harmony: Edmonson rushed for 82 yards and scored 2 TDs while also delivering 13 tackles in a loss to Edgewood



Judah Bell, Bishop Gorman: Crusaders WR totaled nine catches for 250 yards and 2 TDs in a win over Brook Hill, including an 83-yard score

Cameron Callaway, Gladewater: Bears playmaker rushed for 4 TDs in a win over Spring Hill

Jeremiah Crawford, Mineola: Yellowjackets QB rushed 15 times for 239 yards and a three touchdowns and also threw a TD in a win over Farmersville

Irric Daylon, Palestine: Wildcats RB rushed 30 times for 311 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Bullard

Trent Easley, Grand Saline: Indians QB rushed 31 times for 227 yards and a 2 TDs while also completing 9 of 19 passes for 165 yards and two scores in a win over Commerce

Jaylon Garland, West Rusk: Raiders RB rushed 12 times for 178 yards and a TD as part of a 348-yard combined effort in a win over Harleton

Cam Haller, Marshall: Mavericks playmaker rushed for 212 yards and 3 TDs in a win over Mt. Pleasant

Cameron High/Spencer Dee, Jacksonville: Indians QB High passed for 113 yards and 2 TDs, both going to Dee (2-71), and rushed for 132 yards and a TD in a loss to Corsicana

Heath Hood, White Oak: Roughnecks QB passed for 5 TDs and rushed for another in a win over Hughes Springs

Patrick Jackson, Kilgore: Bulldogs QB rushed for 163 yards and 2 TDs and passed for 110 yards and a TD in a win over Carthage

Quin Johnson, Winona: Wildcats RB rushed 13 times for 124 yards and 3 TDs in a win over Como-Pickton

Phillip Jones, Nacogdoches: Dragons RB rushed 29 times for 139 yards and a TD in win over Lindale

Curtis London, Mineola: Yellowjackets RB carried 12 times for 115 yards and 2 TDs (60, 18) in a win over Farmersville

Judd Miller, Malakoff: Miller tossed 4 TD passes and rushed for a TD in a win over Eustace

Ethan Milton, Bishop Gorman: Crusaders RB rushed 20 times for 161 yards and 5 TDs

Garrett Moseley, Van: Vandals QB tossed 4 TDs and rushed for another in a win over Brownsboro

Jamal Nobles, Kilgore: Bulldogs back rushed for 3 TDs in a win over Carthage

Khameron Pippins, Big Sandy: Pippins rushed for 272 yards and scored 5 TDs in a win over Cross Roads

Jake Smith, Bishop Gorman: Crusaders QB completed 17 of 25 passes for 395 yards and 4 TDs in a win over Brook Hill


Defense/Special Teams

Noah Bain, All Saints: Trojans playmaker returned a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown in a loss to Trinity Christian-Cedar Hill. Bain finished with 127 yards on five returns

Garrett Brown, All Saints: Brown returned a kickoff 85 yards for a TD in a loss to TC-CH

Bishop Gorman Crusaders: Underclassmen Jeremiah Milton (6 TFL, 2 sacks), Lucas Vega (1 FF, 1 TFL) Emmanuel Milton (4 PBU) and Zeph Vasso (1 INT) led the Crusaders' stop unit in a win over Brook Hill

Konrad Eichelman/D.J. Click, Harmony: The Eagles defenders were stellar in a loss to Edgewood. Eichleman finished with 14 tackles, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and 2 pass breakups while Click finished with a team-high 17 tackles

Mateo Meraz/Jerrick Evan, Kilgore: Meraz had two interceptions with Evan also notching an INT in the closing seconds to seal a win over Carthage

Mineola Yellowjackets: The Mineola defense shut out previously unbeaten Farmersville with Noah Sneed intercepting a pass and Jacob Ford recovering a fumble along with two sacks and seven tackles for loss in a dominating performance

Sammy Palma, Grand Saline: Indians defender had three tackles for loss, two sacks, three pass breakups and scored a defensive touchdown in a win over Commerce


Braylon Shackelford, Whitehouse: Wildcats defender recovered a fumble and returned it 64 yards for a touchdown in a loss to Ennis

Kris Wade, Nacogdoches: Dragons defender delivered a game-clinching 38-yard interception return for a touchdown in a win over Lindale

Jacob Waller, West Rusk: Raiders defender finished with 14 solo tackles in a win over Harleton

Saul Williams/Austin Fout/Jamal Bell, Brownsboro: Each Bears defender forced a turnover in an eventual loss to Van. Williams and Bell had interceptions with Fout recovering a fumble


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