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PLAYERS OF THE WEEK


Dreveon Eatmond

Junior
Cornerback
Lake Highlands
Class 6-A

In a must-win game, Eatmond did it all on defense for Lake Highlands in a 63-35 win over Richardson. He logged seven tackles, had eight passes broken up, intercepted two passes, forced a fumble and returned a kickoff 88 yards for a touchdown.

Brad Breckenridge

Senior
Quarterback
W.B. Ray – Corpus Christi
Class 5-A

Breckenridge completed 17 of 26 passes for 297 yards and 4 touchdowns without an interception, rushed 17 times for 127 yards and 5 touchdowns, threw a two-point conversion pass and caught a two-point conversion pass in a 63-49 win over Victoria West that put Ray in the playoffs.

Jordan Whittington

Senior
Wide Receiver
Defensive back
Cuero
Class 4-A

Whittington, a Texas commit, rushed 2 times for 26 yards, caught 4 passes for 161 yards and 2 TDs, intercepted 2 passes and returned one 62 yards for a touchdown in a 73-14 win over Wimberley that allowed Cuero to clinch the outright district championship.

Zack Schneider

Junior
Quarterback/Linebacker
Coahoma
Class 3-A

Zack Schneider rushed for 311 yards and five touchdowns on 24 carries and passed for 35 yards in a 39-22 win over Lubbock Roosevelt clinching the final playoff spot out of District 2-3A Division II.

Jett Whitfield

Senior
Quarterback/Free Safety
New Deal
Class 2-A

Jett Whitfield racked up 302 total yards and six total touchdowns in New Deal’s 61-19 win versus rival #5 Sundown. Whitfield went 11-17 through the air for 150 yards and two touchdowns while running for 252 yards and four touchdowns on 24 carries. Whitfield was also key on defense at the free safety position with 12 tackles.

T.J. King

Sophomore
Running Back
Dallas Christian School
Private Schools

T.J. King made several key plays to bring the Chargers a 35-20 victory over Grace Community Cougars. T.J. King had 27 carries for 306 yards and four touchdowns. King played tough through the end as he picked off a pass with 1:38 left in the game and the Chargers ran out the clock to seal the win.

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