Jaelan Austin - South Grand Prairie South Grand Prairie fell to 1-2 on the season after a 47-27 loss to Arlington Martin. SGP actually led the game early on before falling behind a scoring onslaught in the second half against Martin. Austin hauled in 3 catches in the loss.
GAME STATS: 5 catches, 86 yards; 1 rush, 6 yards
SEASON STATS: 16 catches, 343 yards, 3 TD; 5 rushes, 29 yards
TEAM RECORD: 1-2
Joseph Broadnax - Dallas Bryan Adams Broadnax and his teammates fought hard against Seagoville but fell just short; 28-27. The Cougards scored with just over a minute left in the game but a penalty forced them to attempt the extra point 15-yards further. The kick was blocked and gave the Dragons the win. Broadnax drew double and sometimes triple teams on the night. Broadnax forced a fumble in the loss.
GAME STATS: 6 tackles, 3 TFL, 1 FF,
SEASON STATS: 19 tackles, 6 TFL, 3 FF
TEAM RECORD: 1-2
Alec Dunham - Coldspring Coldspring fell to 1-2 on the season after a tough loss to the No. 2 ranked team in class 4A, Navasota; 35-14. Two early fumbles doomed the Trojans as Navasota turned the turnovers into two quick scores and put the Rattlers in front 14-0. Coldspring would tie the game at 14-14 but a 21-0 run by Navasota put the game away.
GAME STATS: 7 tackles, 2 forced fumbles
SEASON STATS: 19 tackles, 3 forced fumbles
TEAM RECORD: 1-2
Darrion Flowers – Arlington Sam Houston Sam Houston’s remarkable 2014 season is still going strong after a big 49-21 win over Dallas Kimball. The Texans are now 3-0 on the season. Flowers had his best game of the season at receiver, hauling in 7 catches for 169 yards which included a 47-yard touchdown. Flowers is averaging 22.4 yards per reception this season.
GAME STATS: 7 catches, 169 yards; 3 rushes, 6 yards
SEASON STATS: 10 catches, 224 yards; 5 rushes, 40 yards
TEAM RECORD: 3-0
Jeff Gladney - New Boston New Boston improved to 2-1 on the season with a nice 35-20 win over Pittsburg. It’s the second consecutive win for New Boston and they are currently ranked No. 9 in Class 3A D1. GAME STATS: N/A SEASON STATS: N/A TEAM RECORD: 2-1
Tre'vontae Hights - Yoakum Hights and his Yoakum teammates suffered their first loss of the season as they were beat by East Bernard 27-7. Hights was limited in the game as he completed just 3-of-7 passes for 22 yards. He added 55 yards on 12 carries. The Bulldogs fell to 2-1 on the season. GAME STATS: 3-for-7, 22 yards; 12 rush, 55 yards; 4 tackles SEASON STATS: 18-for-34, 320 yards, 4 TD, 1 INT; 38 rush, 301 yards, 3 TD; 7 tackles, 1 INT TEAM RECORD: 2-1
Cordel Iwuagwu - Spring Westfield Spring Westfield improved to 2-1 on the season with a 36-27 win over North Shore. Westfield actually led the game 29-7 and survived a late comeback effort by North Shore. Westfield had another big day on offense as they amassed 480 total yards, including 255 on the ground. GAME STATS: N/A SEASON STATS: N/A TEAM RECORD: 1-1
Tony James - Arlington Bowie James and Bowie had an off-week last week. They will play on the road at Colleyville-Heritage this week. GAME STATS: BYE SEASON STATS: 22-of-37, 651 yards, 8 TD; 21 rushes, 144 yards, 1 TD TEAM RECORD: 1-1
Julius Lewis - Mansfield Mansfield won a nail-biter over their rival last Friday as they beat Mansfield Summit; 19-17. The Tigers used a late fourth-quarter touchdown to secure the win. Lewis wasn’t tested much on the night as just two passes went his direction. Lewis broke up both pass attempts. On offense, Lewis had a 30-yard run in the fourth quarter that helped the Tigers get the go-ahead score. GAME STATS: 2 tackles, 2 PBU; 5 carry, 35 yards SEASON STATS: 10 tackles, 3 PBU; 7 carries, 38 yards; 95-yard KO RET TEAM RECORD: 2-1
Breylin Mitchell - Round Rock Mitchell returned to action and Round Rock recorded their first shutout of the season, blanking Copperas Cove 26-0. The Dragons limited Cove’s high-flying offense to just 176 yards of total offense. With the win, Round Rock improved to 2-1 on the season. GAME STATS: N/A SEASON STATS: N/A TEAM RECORD: 2-1
Niko Small - Arlington Bowie Small and his Arlington Bowie teammates had a bye last week. They travel to Colleyville this week to battle Colleyville Heritage. GAME STATS: BYE SEASON STATS: 26 tackles, 1 INT, blocked PAT TEAM RECORD: 1-1
Jonathan Song - FW All Saints Song converted on all five of his extra point attempts as All Saints rolled to their first victory of the season winning 51-6 over Dallas Greenhill. All Saints record sits at 1-2 overall. GAME STATS: 5-of-5 extra points SEASON STATS: 13-of-13 extra points; 2-of-2 FG; season long of 37 TEAM RECORD: 1-2
Jarrison Stewart - Mesquite Horn Stewart missed his second consecutive game due to injury and Horn missed him as they picked up their first loss of the season; losing to Chris Warren and Rockwall 26-14. Horn quarterback Chris Robison, who holds a TCU offer, threw for 284 yards and 2 scores in the loss. GAME STATS: N/A SEASON STATS: 10 catches, 113 yards, 1 TD (17 yards) TEAM RECORD: 2-1
J.F. Thomas - Dallas South Oak Cliff South Oak Cliff fell to 0-3 on the season as they lost to Desoto; 53-13. Although the Bears lost, Thomas continues to have a good season as he recorded his third consecutive 100-yard game. He also scored his fourth touchdown of the season on a 70-yard reception in the first quarter. GAME STATS: 3 catches, 101 yards, 1 TD, (70 yards) SEASON STATS: 20 catches, 352 yards, 4 TD TEAM RECORD: 0-3
Semaj Thomas - FW Southwest Southwest struggled again on defense as they lost their third game of the season, this time to Mansfield Legacy; 59-24. The Raiders gave up over 500 yards of total offense for the second consecutive week. GAME STATS: N/A SEASON STATS: 10 tackles, 2 TFL TEAM RECORD: 0-3
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Jonathan Marshall - Shepherd Shepherd improved to 3-0 on the season with another big performance; beating Splendora 61-16. Marshall continued his successful season by recording three tackles and recovering a fumble. GAME STATS: 3 tackles, 1 fumble recovery SEASON STATS: 11 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 fumble recovery TEAM RECORD: 3-0
Brennen Wooten - Marble Falls Marble Falls improved to 2-1 on the season with a convincing 40-7 win over Boerne. In a game featuring two of the top quarterbacks in the nation, Wooten and Boerne’s Quinten Dormady, Wooten had the better showing on the night as he complete 18-of-30 passes for 227 yards and 2 touchdowns. He also added two rushing touchdowns on the night. Wooten is averaging 346 passing yards per game. GAME STATS: 18-of-30, 227 yards, 2 TD; 2 rushes, 14 yards, 2 TD SEASON STATS: 70-of-122, 1,038 yards, 9 TD, 2 INT; 15 rushes, 115 yards, 3 TD TEAM RECORD: 2-1