Week 2 small school Top 10 performers
Updated: Sep 7
Dumas quarterback Spencer Williams tries to elude a Lubbock Estacado defender Friday night. [John Moore/ Press Pass Sports]
Spencer Williams, Dumas, Sr. QB
For a second week in a row the Demons quarterback was in complete control during an impressive 38-13 win against Lubbock Estacado.
Williams finished a superb night completing 9-of-15 passes for 244 yards with four touchdown tosses. He also added 44 yards on the ground with a score.
Williams and Demons have now won 19-straight regular season games.
Juan Romero, Dumas, Jr. WR
Romero was the go-to weapon on the outside for Williams against Lubbock Estacado snagging five catches for 124 yards with a pair of touchdowns.
Brody Cook, Canyon, Sr. RB
The senior running back was stellar in Canyon’s season opening 71-24 route of Burkburnett. Canyon’s offensive balance was on display as the Eagles totaled 666 yards of offense, with 443 coming on the ground.
Cook couldn’t be stopped toting the ball 20 times for a game-high 164 yards with two touchdowns.
Elliott Brown, River Road, Sr. RB
Brown wasted no slipped through the defense for a 70 yard touchdown only 17 seconds into the game that helped set the tone for River
Brown led the Wildcats with 132 yards on 28 carries with one rushing and one receiving TD.
Pampa quarterback Jack Studabaker looks to throw against Dalhart. [Charla Shults/ For Press Pass Sports]
Jack Studabaker, Pampa, Sr. QB
Pampa’s gunslinger Jack Studebaker was deadly accurate leading his Harvesters past Dalhart 28-6.
Studabaker hardly missed a pass throwing for 301 yards on 37-of-50 passes (74 percent) to go with three touchdowns.
Marc Ramirez, Wellington, Jr. RB-LB
Tough running and great defense is what Ramirz gave the Skyrockets that helped them beat New Deal 22-13 in a Class 2A showdown. Ramirez chewed up 136 yards on 24 carries with a touchdown, and was a menace on defense with 15 tackles.
Zach Hasley, Muleshoe, Jr. QB
Hasley did all he could to help the Mules snap a nasty 13-game losing skid dating back to 2018. The gunslinger picked apart Lamesa during a 42-6 blowout, throwing for 328 passing yards on 19-of-28 completions with four touchdown tosses.
Isacc Garcia, Tulia, Jr. LB
The Tulia Hornets are a quite 2-0 thanks to a nail biting 10-7 victory at Brownfield. It wasn’t the pretties of games but Garcia did all he could to slow down the Cubs making a game-high 16 tackles to keep Tulia unbeaten.
Leaford Calder, Jr. Bushland, Sr. RB
Calder, Jr. showed off his speed and versatility as Bushland bounced back with a 56-10 route of Hereford. The lightning quick senior had touchdown runs 34 and 12 yards. Calder, Jr. also snagged two TD passes of 18 and 16 yards. By the end of the game the senior had three catches and two carries for a total of 89 yards with four total touchdowns.
Tate DeBord, Sunray, Sr. QB
For the first time since 2016 Sunray is 2-0 and quarterback Tate DeBord has a lot to show for it. Sunray hobbled Hooker, Okla. 41-6, and for a second straight week the Bobcats QB delivered. DeBord led both teams in rushing, with 278 yards on 27 carries, and passing, completing 8-of-21 for 116 yards for a combined five touchdowns.