CENTRAL TEXAS HONOR ROLL
Offensive Players of the Week
Braydyn Gillham, QB, Hubbard: 3-5, 77 yards, 1 TD passing; 18-245, 2 TDs rushing; 6 tackles, 2 pass breakups on defense
C.J. McLeain, QB, McGregor: 14-23, 187 passing, 1 TD; 19-109 rushing
Donnelle Swinnie, WR, Waco High: 4-217, 2 TDs
Defensive Players of the Week
Brandon Simpson, Hubbard: 4 solo tackles, 2 interceptions; 12-77, 1 TD rushing; 1-53, 1 TD receiving on offense
Blake Boles, McGregor: 15 tackles, 1 tackle for loss
Nakeveyon Vincent, Waco High: 6 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 2 sacks
Landon Koch, West: 15 total tackles, 1 sack, 1 interception
Offensive Honor Roll
QB Mason Tobola, West: 17-21-1, 215 yards, 2 TDs
RB Eric Clayburn, Midway: 16-107, 1 TD
WR Andrew Taylor, McGregor: 7-108
WR Bailey Horn, West: 7-91, 2 TDs
Defensive Honor Roll
Jacob Pavelka, Abbott: 6 solo tackles, 6 assists, 1 tackle for loss; 2-25, 1 TD receiving on offense
Caleb Karl, Chilton: 10 tackles; 10-76 rushing on offense
Bishop Andrews, Hubbard: 4 solo tackles, 7 assists
Caydyn Gillham, Hubbard: 6 solo tackles, 2 assists
Cooper McCauley, McGregor: 6 tackles, 1 sack, 1 tackle for loss
D.J. McHenry, McGregor: 7 tackles, 1 interception
Alex Parsons, McGregor: 7 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 1 QB hurry
Six-man Player of the Week
Cade Ramsey, Abbott: 14-235, 4 TDs rushing; 1-1, 20 yards passing
OFFENSE: Eli Farris, Tristan Trepinski and Coleman Wolf, Reicher; LoDamion Calhoun and Jalen Harris, Waco High; Kayman Harold, Trevon Harold and Tanner Sparks, West
DEFENSE: Demarcus McQurter, Hubbard; John Aynesworth, Bradley Bass, Nick Hovde and Luke Ratliff, Reicher
Hubbard 40, Chilton 0: In Hubbard, the Jaguars churned out 419 yards on the ground and limited the Pirates to 189 yards of total offense and picked off three passes in a District 10-2A Division II rout.
Braydyn Gillham ran for 222 yards and two scores and threw a 53-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Simpson for Hubbard (3-2, 2-0), who took the inside track in the race for the district title.
Simpson was a two-way star, with 77 yards and a score on the ground to go with the receiving TD while intercepting two passes on defense.
Chilton (1-4, 1-1) managed to keep the ball for only 17:18 and was led by Caleb Carl’s 76 rushing yards on 10 carries.