Dedric Davis

Malakoff’s Dedric Davis rumbles down field for a Tiger first down against Rains on Friday in Malakoff. Davis rushed for 173 yards and two TDs on nine attempts and he also returned a fumble 15 yards for a TD in Malakoff’s 76-7 win. Jon Giles/Freelance

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Caden Minter, Big Sandy — The 6-2 senior was a star on offense and defense for Wildcats. At quarterback he totaled 404 yards of offense, hitting on 16 of 21 passing attempts for 302 yards and seven touchdowns. He added 102 yards rushing. Defensively, he had 11 tackles as the Wildcats won 60-34 over Alba-Golden.

Jamarion Miller, Tyler Lee — The talented sophomore scored just 23 seconds into the game on a 58-yard dash to set the tone in the Red Raiders’ 34-7 win over John Tyler. He rushed for 80 yards on nine carries and caught five passes for 60 yards.

Jack Janis, Tyler Lee — The Red Raiders held JT to 30 yards rushing and 159 total yards with Janis registering six tackless, two tackles for loss and three sacks.

Jamal Ligon, Tyler Lee — The Red Riader had four sacks, three tackles and one tackle for loss.

Cor’Drell Radway, Tyler All Saints — The sophomore quarterback totaled 330 yards, rushing for 134 yards and three TDs on 18 carries and passing for 196 yards and two TDs when hitting on 14 of 24 attempts.

Emmanuel Milton, Tyler Grace — The Cougar standout rushed for 145 yards and two touchdowns on 11 attempts. He also had five catches for 121 yards and three TDs as Grace defeated Redwater 70-38.

Price Williams, Tyler Grace — The Cougar QB hit on 11 of 16 passing attepmts for 269 yards and four touchdowns.

Joshua Murray, Tyler Grace — The wide receiver caught two passes for 116 yards and a TD.

Kaden Ramirez, Britton Anderson and John Moore, Tyler Grace — The Cougar defenders led their defense with Ramirez registering 10 tackles, followed by Anderson (9) and Moore (8). Anderson and Moore each had two sacks.

Carter Adams, Whitehouse — Rushed for 167 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries as the Wildcats defeated Chapel Hill 46-39.

Skylar Trevino, Whitehouse — Wildcat receiver had three catches for 164 yards and two TDs.

Khalan Griffin, Chapel Hill — The Rice commit had 186 yards rushing with three TDs on 35 carries. He also had a two-point conversion and a 20-yard reception.

Chris Carpenter, Jacksonville — Indian had 13 catches for 275 yards and two TDs in a 49-48 win over Palestine. He also had the game-sealing interception with 45 seconds remaining. He also recovered two onside kicks.

Jesse Newman and Gage Gosse, Frankston — The Indian duo was all over the field in a 31-28 loss to Elkhart. Newman had 17 tackles, including five losses. Gosse had 12 tackles and one TFL.

Brink Bizzell, Frankston — The Indian junior QB passed for 254 yards and two TDs when he hit 9 of 16 passing attempts. He also found the end zone rushing.

Quindarius Johnson, Winona — Johnson rushed for 235 yards and two touchdowns in a 37-23 win over Eustace.

B.J. Lamb, Grapeland — QB hit on 17 of 23 attempts for 279 yards and three TDs in a 38-14 win over Cayuga. He also had 12 carries for 51 yards.

Tristen Shewmake, Bullard — Shewmake carried 27 times for 167 yards and three touchdowns and completed 6 of 9 passes for 81 yards and one score in Bullard’s win over Spring Hill.

Caden Key, Bullard — Panther defender had 12 tackles, including eight for loss in the win over Spring Hill.

Nathan Sims, Athens — Sims rushed for 183 yards and three touchdowns on 28 carries in a 28-16 win over Rusk.

Keevie Rose, Malakoff — The Tiger running back rushed for 191 yards and two touchdowns on nine carries in the No. 2-ranked team’s 76-7 win over Emory Rains.

Dedric Davis, Malakoff — Davis rushed for 173 yards and two TDs on nine attempts. He also returned a fumble 15 yards for a TD.

Chris Cade, Canton — Cade’s interception with one minute remaining help thwart a Mineola comeback attempt in the Eagles’ 28-27 win.

Max Hale and Kade Mahoney, Troup — The pair of defenders led the Tigers. Hale (20 tackles, 4 for a loss, 1 sack) and Mahoney (12 tackles, 7 for a loss, 1 sack) were keys to Troup’s 33-23 win over Carlisle.

Harmon West and Cayle Irvin, Alto — West passed for 184 yards and four touchdowns, rushed for one TD and recorded 11 tackles, four tackles for loss and a sack in the Yellowjackets’ win over Timpson. Irvin finished with 11 tackles and two tackles for loss.

Haynes King, Kyas Moore, Antonio Onafre and Tyshawn Taylor, Longview — King completed 10 of 14 passes for 211 yards and a touchdown in the Lobos 53-0 win over Marshall. Moore caught five passes for 134 yards. Onafre was 4-for-4 on extra points and booted a 45-yard field goal, and Taylor recorded 11 tackles, two tackles for loss, a forced fumble and a pass defended.

D.J. Freeman and Gabe Adams, Pine Tree — Freeman completed 18 of 34 passes for 302 yards and three touchdowns, and Adams caught 11 passes for 223 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to Pittsburg.

Bryadon Bolton, Cade Busch and Promous Morrison, Pittsburg Bolton rushed for 182 yards and three touchdowns and caught a TD pass, Busch added 121 yards and a score and Morrison hauled in nine passes for 116 yards in Pittsburg’s win over Pine Tree.

Kennieth Lacy, Tray Epps, Donovan Adkins and Brian Brown, Kilgore — Lacy Carried 12 times for 204 yards and four touchdowns, and Epps finished with 164 yards and two scores on 12 attempts in the Bulldogs’ win over Hallsville. Adkins recorded seven tackles and a forced fumble, and Brown had 14 tackles and an interception.

Kai Horton and Kelvontay Dixon, Carthage Horton completed 16 of 33 passes for 275 yards and five touchdowns, and Dixon hauled in four passes for 111 yards and two scores in the Bulldogs’ 497 win over Liberty-Eylau.

Mason Hurt and Darrell Bush, Gilmer Hurt completed 17 of 27 passes for 191 yards and a touchdown and rushed for one score in the Buckeyes’ win over Van. Bush carried 13 times for 121 yards and three touchdowns.

Jayton Moffatt, Van — Moffatt passed for 215 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for one TD in a loss to Gilmer.

Michael Colbert and Cristian Aguillon, Union Hill — Colbert rushed for 135 yards and two touchdowns in the Bulldogs’ win over Dallas Lutheran. Aguillon rushed for 64 yards and two scores, caught a 44-yard pass and recorded eight tackles. He also made good on 5 of 6 extra point kicks.

Landon McKinney, A.J. Gresham, B.J. Stidham, Brannigan Willige, Brent Warren and Cayden Fortson, Sabine — McKinney passed for 205 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 56 yards and three scores in the Cardinals’ win over Shelbyville. Gresham had three catches for 131 yards and two touchdowns, and Stidham rushed for 118 yards on 13 carres. Willige finished with nine tackles and a sack, Warren 14 tackles, two sacks and five tackles for loss and Fortson had six tackles, a pass defensed and a 65-yard interception return for a score.

Louie Garza, Jamion Turner and Christian Hale, Carlisle — Garza had 10 tackles and three tackles for loss, Turner seven tackles, three tackles for loss, a sack and a forced fumble and Hale an interception return for a score in a loss to Troup.

Kayden Upchurch, Hawkins — Upchurch rushed for 134 yards and three touchdowns in a loss to All Saints.

Kendall Hays, Harmony — Hays finished with four tackles, a sack, an interception and a tackle for loss in a 41-38 loss to Elysian Fields.

Isaac Edwards, Harmony Edwards carried 28 times for 289 yards and four touchdowns in a loss to Elysian Fields.

Jaylon Shelton, Tyrell Moore and Jimmie Harper, West Rusk Shelton rushed for 147 yards and two touchdowns, Moore added 155 yards and two scores and Harper finished with 12 tackles and a fumble recovery in the Raiders’ win over Waskom.

Matthew Bower, Union Grove — Bower carried 19 times for 220 yards and four touchdowns in a 37-6 win against Overton.

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