Courtney Lark, Bellaire - In a 54-0 victory over Houston Math Science & Tech, Lark has one catch for a 63-yard touchdown. It was the only completed pass of the game as Bellaire went to the ground game and used a stout defense against the overmatched Science & Tech School.
KeShawn Somerville, Henderickson - In a battle of 13-6A unbeaten the Hendrickson defense held Round Rock to just two scores in a 21-15 victory.
Vernon Scott. Mansfield Summit - Scott and the rest of the Summit defense was the difference in a 13-0 shutout over highly offensive powered Lancaster. Lancaster came into the contest scoring more than 50 points in it’ previous two outings.
Gary Overshown, Mesquite Horn - Horn falls to 4-4 on the season, 3-2 in 10-6A with a 20-7 loss to North Mesquite.
Clifton Lewis, Fort Bend Hightower - Defense was the name of the game in Hightower’s 10-7 victory over Alief Taylor. The Hurricanes limited Taylor to just 207 yards of offense – 143 on the ground, 64 through the air – on the way to their third consecutive district title.
Sewo Olonilua, Kingwood - Kingwood fell at home to high-powered Atascocita, 48-7.
Deriq King + Austin Myers, Manvel - King was 11-for-13, 172 yards and 5 touchdown passes to four different receivers in a 62-0 win over Pasadena Rayburn. Myers anchored an offensive line that helped Manvel accumulate 455 yards of offense.
Dylan Thomas, Paschall - Tied 7-7 after the first quarter, Arlington Martin scored 52 in the second on its way to an 87-20 win over Paschall at AT&T Stadium.
Tyler Brown, Lexington (OK) - Brown anchored the front for an offense that put up 475 yards rushing in a lopsided 47-19 win over Frederick.
Kellton Hollins, Zachary (LA) - After a loss to Calvary Baptist Academy in late September, Hollins and his Zachary teammates have reeled off four-straight including most recently, a 29-0 shutout over Live Oak. Hollins had his hand in the Broncos 355-yard offensive output.
Brennen Wooten, San Angelo Central - Wooten threw for three scores and ran for two more in a 43-14 win over Odessa. The senior had 358 yards through the air and added 46 yards on the ground.
Isaiah Chambers, Aldine MacArthur - MacArthur fell to Memorial, 21-7.
Trayveon Williams, C.E. King - Williams had touchdown runs of 31, 5, 56, 1 and 5 yards while rushing for 134 yards on 13 attempts in King’s 61-14 win over Galena Park.
Taj Williams, Iowa Western C.C. - The wide-reciever may have had the best week of all commits has he became the all-time leader in receptions at Iowa Western C.C.. Ended the game vs. Hutchinson with five receptions for 69 yards.
Wes Harris, Aledo - The lone 2017 TCU commit in action over the week Harris helped Aledo push season record to 7-1 with a 70-14 blowout over district rival Burleson.