Offensive Players of the Week
Roshauud Paul, QB, Bremond: 19-27, 251 yards, 1 TD passing; 19-152, 3 TDs rushing
Jeric Smith, QB, Reicher: 14-19, 256 yards, 3 TDs passing; 6-43, 2 TDs rushing
Kristian Evans, RB, Connally: 14-287, 4 TDs (long 76)
Charles Oliver, RB, Fairfield: 19-255, 3 TDs (long 91)
Defensive Players of the Week
Steven Field, DL, China Spring: 12 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 fumble recovery
Alex Parsons, DL, McGregor: 22 tackles, 1 forced fumble, 4 tackles for loss
Elijah Cummings, LB, Whitney: 16 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, 1 QB hurry
Mitchell Donahue, DB, Lorena: 6 tackles, 3 interceptions, 4 pass breakups
Offensive honor roll
QB Haisan Myers, Fairfield: 6-11, 181 yards, 2 TDs passing; 13-144, 2 TDs rushing
QB Chase Hill, Live Oak: 13-22, 259 yards, 6 TDs passing
QB C.J. McLeain, McGregor: 16-28, 253 yards
QB Jaylen Gipson, Mexia: 12-23, 135 yards, 1 TD; 6-73, 2 TDs rushing
QB Will Schroeder, Vanguard: 9-11, 65 yards, 5 TDs
QB Mason Tobola, West: 8-16, 226 yards, 3 TDs passing; 5-48, 2 TDs rushing
QB Ashton Leech, Whitney: 16-22, 312, 4 TDs passing (long 80); 9-60, 2 TDs rushing
RB Colton Fields, Axtell: 18-153, 3 TDs
RB Josh Anderson, Bremond: 10-123, 2 TDs
RB Kaidyn Peralez, Bremond: 15-121, 2 TDs
RB Keaton Dudik, China Spring: 24-137, 2 TDs; 7-98, 1 TD receiving
RB Javier Green, Marlin: 10-126; 8 tackles on defense
RB Taequan Tyler, Marlin: 16-115, 2 TDs (long 73) rushing
RB Prince Easley, Methodist Home: 11-154 rushing, 3 TDs rushing; 3-32, 1 TD receiving; 11 tackles, 1 sack on defense
RB Matron Gerald, Mexia: 8-106, 2 TDs rushing; 4-34, 1 TD receiving
WR Cam Hicks, Fairfield: 5-150, 2 TDs
WR Andrew Taylor, McGregor: 8-130
WR Clayton Keahy, Reicher: 6-144, 2 TDs
WR Bailey Horn, West: 3-172, 3 TDs
TE Case Adair, Mexia: 7-130, 1 TD
K Bryson Nail, Mart: 2-2 field goals (25-yarder, game-winning 35-yarder)
Defensive honor roll
DL Cooper McCauley, McGregor: 12 tackles
DL Julio Mulero, Methodist Home: 8 tackles, 2 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, 3 fumble recoveries
LB Brayden Mathis, China Spring: 12 tackles, 1 fumble recovery
LB Javion Dawkins, Connally: 10 tackles, 4 assists, 1 forced fumble, 1 sack
LB Cooper Edmiston, Gatesville: 7 solo tackles, 3 assists, 1 tackle for loss, 1 pass breakup
LB Sam Jackson, Gatesville: 5 solo tackles, 5 assists, 2 tackles for loss
LB Alik Brooks, Marlin: 11 solo tackles
LB Blake Boles, McGregor: 12 tackles
LB Robert Dobie, Vanguard: 8 tackles, 2 tackles for loss
LB Landon Koch, West: 8 tackles, 2 tackles for loss
DB Jace Terry, Mart: 5 tackles, 1 interception, 1 fumble recovery; 3-76 receiving on offense
Six-man Player of the Week
Keaton Smith, Cranfills Gap: 30-420, 8 TDs rushing; 4-183, 4 TDs receiving; 2-3, 52 yards, 1 TD passing; 57-yard kickoff return TD; 17 tackles, 1 fumble recovery on defense.
OFFENSE: Ethan Cantrell and Eric Marton, Axtell; Saul Ayala and Ricardo Brionez, Cranfills Gap; Terrell Lee Horne and Tyrek Horne, Mart; Noah Adcock, McGregor; Darius Dorsey, Landry Harrison, Rahi Patel and Jesse Torres, Mexia; Kolton Gonzales, Nic Hovde and Kase Regian, Reicher; Quentin Dancer and Tanner Sparks, West
DEFENSE: Tanner Fleet, Devyn Hebbe and Mike Jones, Axtell; Troy Algren, Jon Haley and AJ Ivers, Cranfills Gap; Daycairius Brown and Chris Lofton, Marlin; Zamar Kirven and Cody Uren, Mart; Darius Dorsey, Mexia; John Aynesworth, Bradley Bass and Todd Holt, Reicher; Trevon Harold, Adolfo Rodriguez and Trevor Scott, West
Live Oak 74, Methodist Home 68: Live Oak built a 28-point lead in the fourth quarter but had to survive a furious comeback to hold on and stay undefeated.
The Methodist Children’s Home scored three times in less than two minutes after the Falcons (3-0) got a kickoff return for a touchdown from Ridley Holmes to go ahead 74-48 with 3:33 remaining.
Chase Hill shredded the Bulldog secondary for 259 yards passing and six touchdowns, and Philip Moffatt ran for two scores and caught another one.
The Bulldogs (1-2) got 216 yards and five touchdowns passing from Brandon Gange, and Prince Easley scored three times during a 132-yard rushing night.
Marvin Jordan led the Methodist Children’s Home with 141 yards rushing and scored once.
Axtell 50, Frost 19: In Frost, Colton Fields ran for 153 yards and two touchdowns to help the Longhorns stay undefeated.
Axtell (3-0) rushed for 388 yards and passed for 57 and pulled away with 23 unanswered points spanning the latter part of the second quarter and the third.
Frost (0-3) had 301 yards of total offense.