TPI's Week 2 Top Performers: 17-5A

With all the football action going on all across the state, TPI's Ahmard Vital will highlight some of the top player performances from Week 2 in the District of 17-5A.

QB Kolby Gray, Cy Falls
Gray is back in full swing and it was evident against Katy Taylor. Gray was 12-of-25 for 236 yards a touchdown. He also picked up 48 yards on the ground and a rushing touchdown. The Golden Eagles won 34-20. Look for Gray to be a big-time player and lead his team to quite a few more wins.

QB Max Jenkins, Langham Creek
Even though many would look at the game against Katy Morton Ranch and say that the Lobo team sort of struggled, it does not change the fact that Jenkins put up some noteworthy statistics. Through the air, he was 15-of-23 for 225 yards and threw four touchdowns. On the ground, he gained another 108 yards. Langham Creek heads into the bye week undefeated.

WR Davis Burck, Strake Jesuit
Burck proved that he is a valuable target for quarterback Jeff McVaney. Burck had six catches for 120 yards and three touchdowns in a 40-21 winning effort against Katy Cinco Ranch.

RB Hasan Lipscomb, Cy Ridge
Lipscomb has made TPI's list again for a stellar performance against Magnolia. Lipscomb had 11 carries for 144 yards and three touchdowns. Look for Lipscomb to keep grinding out the yards as the season goes on.

WR Cortez Paige and Barry Aubert, Langham Creek 
Paige and Aubert were both integral players in a 28-16 win over Katy Morton Ranch. And their statistics are fairly similar. Langham Creek is undefeated with a 3-0 record right now.
-Paige, who played on both sides of the ball, caught four passes for 89 yards and two touchdowns and made several tackles defensively.
-Aubert had four receptions for 79 yards and two touchdowns.

WR Darius Bolden, Cy Falls
Bolden is one of many capable receivers on the Golden Eagles' squad. Against Katy Taylor, he had five catches for 124 yards a touchdown.

QB Jacob Thompson, Cy Creek
The Cougar's quarterback Thompson led his team to a 30-14 win over Tomball. He was 5-of-13 for 74 yards passing and ran 16 times for 136 yards and two touchdowns.

RB Wesley Cobb, Cy Fair
Cobb continues to produce week-after week as the Bobcats leader in the backfield. He gained 184 yards on 28 carries and two touchdowns in 31-21 win over Alief Taylor.

Side note: Strake Jesuit's James Scott and Cy Falls' Xavier Witchett, both defensive backs, had two interceptions in winning efforts for their respective teams.

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