Rodney Anderson, RB, Katy High School – Katy will play Morton Ranch on Saturday.
Dru Samia, OL, San Ramon Valley High School – After erasing a 14-point, first half deficit, San Ramon Valley rallied for a 21-17 victory against Amador Valley. The Wolves accounted for 351 yards on offense.
Cody Ford, OL, Pineville High School – Behind a dominant defense that allowed negative-73 rushing yards, Pineville cruised to a 28-6 victory against Alexandria. Pineville’s running back rushed for 100 yards for the fourth time in the past five game.
John Humphrey, WR, Clear Falls High School – Bye week.
Kenneth Mann, DE, Burleson High School – The Burleson defense forced four turnovers, including a game-sealing sack-fumble in the final minute for a 23-10 victory against Centennial.
Tyrell Jacobs, DE, Archbishop Rummel High School – Archbishop Rummel faces St. Augustine on Saturday.
Dominique Hearne, OL, Lancaster High School – Lancaster outlasted Mansfield Legacy, 55-40, to remain within one game of first place in Class 5A, District 15.
P.J. Mbanasor, CB, Hendrickson High School – A sound defense helped Hendrickson overcome rival Pflugerville, 21-6.
Austin Seibert, K, Belleville High School-West – Belleville-West will play East St. Louis on Saturday.
Marquise Overton, DT, Jenks High School – Playing in his best game of the season, Overton was a beast as Jenks beat Edmond Santa Fe, 35-7. Overtone finished with a pair of sacks as a part of a defense that held the Wolves to less than 250 yards of total offense.
Bobby Evans, OL, Allen High School – Bye week
Will Sunderland, DB, Midwest City High School – The Bombers’ defense earned its second shutout of the season with a 30-0 victory against Putnam City West to remain unbeaten in conference play.
Jamal Danley, OL, East Mississippi Community College – EMCC dominated Northwest Mississippi Community College, 49-0, behind a 25-point first period. The Lions had 447 yards of total offense and didn’t allow a sack while extending its shutout streak to 18 quarters.
Dalton Wood, TE, McAlester High School – In a huge night, Wood account for seven touchdowns (3 rushing, 3 passing and a kick-off return). McAlester rolled Noble 63-20, and Wood had 350 yards of offense and more than 400 all-purpose yards.