KENNY ALEXANDER, LB (6-1, 210)
McKinney (Texas) North
McKinney North saw its hopes for a perfect season end as Frisco scored on a 24-yard quarterback sneak with a little more than a minute remaining for a 21-17 victory Friday night. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, at Little Elm.
Dallas Morning News: Frisco ends McKinney North's perfect season
JAMIE BLATNICK, DE (6-3, 250)
Celina (Texas) High
Blatnick and the Celina defense shut down Prosper in the second half – allowing only 36 yards and one first down – en route to a 35-7 victory on Friday night. Celina, 9-0, can clinch the District 9-3A title with a win Friday night against Whitesboro. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, at Whitesboro.
Dallas Morning News: Celina sees spread, then figures out how to beat it
JOSH COOPER, WR-K (6-1, 170)
Mustang (Okla.) High
Cooper, who leads all of Class 6A with 67 catches for 1,145 yards and 15 touchdowns, suffered an ankle injury in the second quarter of Mustang's 28-7 victory over Edmond Santa Fe on Friday night, and did not return. He was scheduled to have an MRI over the weekend. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, vs. Lawton Ike (7-3) in first round of Class 6A playoffs.
The Oklahoman: Broncos roll
DAMIAN DAVIS, WR (6-5, 190)
Mart (Texas) High
Davis had four catches for 86 yards, including a 49-yard catch and run on a slip screen to set up the Panthers first touchdown of the game, and also intercepted a pass as Mart rolled to a 35-0 victory over Teague on Friday night. Mart, which moved up to No. 1 in the Associated Press 2A poll last week, will play for the District 22-2A title when it faces No. 3 Marlin this week. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, at Marlin.
Waco Tribune-Herald: No. 1 Mart crushes Teague, targets Marlin
TYRELL HIGGINS, DE (6-3, 260)
Schertz (Texas) Clemens
Higgins, who primarily plays defensive end, caught a 21-yard touchdown pass from the tight end position in the second quarter as Clemens won its eighth consecutive game after opening the season with a loss and clinched the District 26-4A title with a 41-0 victory over Lehman on Friday night. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, at Canyon.
San Antonio Express-News: Clemens wraps up title in 26-4A with easy win
AHMAD JONES, OL/DT (6-3, 310)
Silsbee (Texas) High
Silsbee clinched a playoff berth with Friday night's 42-32 victory over Kirbyville on Friday night. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, vs. Jasper.
Beaumont Express Enterprise: Silsbee pulls away
RICHETTI JONES, DE (6-3, 240)
Dallas (Texas) Lincoln
Lincoln could have used Jones, who is out for the season with a hip fracture, on Thursday night as Woodrow Wilson's Brandon Dora rushed for 231 yards and three touchdowns to lead his team to a 25-21 win over Lincoln. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, vs. Thomas Jefferson.
Dallas Morning News: Woodrow wins on late TD
ISAAC MADISON, CB (5-10, 175)
Dallas (Texas) Carter
Carter clinched at least a share of the District 11-5A title with a 17-16 victory over Skyline on Friday night. Carter, 7-2 overall and 4-0 in district play, prevented Skyline's two-point conversion attempt with 1:05 remaining to secure the win. Next: Thursday, Nov. 9, vs. Sunset.
Dallas Morning News: Late TD, big stop boost Carter
NICK MARTINEZ, OL/DL (6-4, 291)
Floresville (Texas) High
Floresville saw its record fall to 2-7 with a 19-13 loss to San Antonio Southside. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, vs. Uvalde.
QUINTON PRINCE, DT (6-4, 296)
Oklahoma City (Okla.) Heritage Hall
Heritage Hall, 6-4, lost its regular season finale 14-13 to Bethel but still managed to clinch a playoff berth. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, at Watonga (7-3) in first round of Class 2A playoffs.
The Oklahoman: Bethel spoils Stevens' record day
MARCUS RICHARDSON, LB (6-0, 215)
Seguin (Texas) High
Seguin captured at least a share of its first district championship since 1993 with a 50-27 victory over Austin Anderson on Friday night. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, at Austin Bowie.
Seguin Gazette-Enterprise: Matadors handle Anderson
San Antonio Express-News: Seguin 50, Austin Anderson 27
JONATHAN RUSH, OL (6-4, 271)
Killeen (Texas) High
Killeen lost 42-21 to Copperas Cove on Thursday night. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, at Waco University.
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