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Canadian quarterback Joshua Culwell threw for seven touchdowns in a Class 3A Division II area round win against Bangs. [Trevor Fleeman/ Press Pass Sports]

Joshua Culwell, Canadian, Sr. QB

Canadian’s 6-foot-3, gunslinger kept up his torrid pace during a 56-13 rout of Bangs. Culwell was deadly accurate going 21-of-28 spreading around seven touchdowns, throwing for 325 yards in only two quarters of work.

Stetson Jameson, Happy, Sr. RB

Jameson is having a season to remember for years to come. Once again he blazed past an opponents defense, this time Knox City’s finishing with 23 carries for 280 yards and six touchdowns, while passing for 59 yards and two scores. 

Brock Wade, Amarillo High, Jr. QB

The junior picked a part the Palo Duro Dons defense in a 63-3 victory. Wade’s huge game consisted of 21-of-26 completed passes for a career-high 414 yards and five touchdown tosses.

Collin Bishop, Childress, Jr. QB

It was a thrilling performance for Childress fans who watched Bishop orchestrate the Bobcats offense in a 35-25 win against Crane.

Bishop went 11-of-18 through the air for 92 yards with a passing touchdown, but did most of his damage with his feet chewing up 181 yards on 34 carries with three scores.

Spearman’s Brenen Thompson goes up for a catch over a Ballinger defender Friday night. [Ernie Bowen/ For Press Pass Sports]

Brenen Thompson, Spearman, Jr. WR-DB

The junior showed Ballinger why he’s a four-star Division I prospect with over 30 offers.

Thompson snagged seven catches for 174 yards that included a 90-yard scamper for a score. He showed off that blazing speed one more time in the second when he went 99-yards on a pick six.

Kash Bradley, Bushland, Jr. WR

Bradley’s heroics lifted the Falcons to an unbelievable 28-27 double overtime victory against Wall. Bradley found himself open on a 2-point conversion in the corner of the end zone of the second overtime, and quarterback Coleman Junell delivered the pass in stride. Bradley had three TD catches in the W.

Juan Romero, Dumas, Jr. WR

For a second straight week the Demons had to a erase a double-digit halftime deficit. This time to Andrews, nabbing a 31-20 win. Romero was one of the key cogs to the comeback making six catches for 103 yards and a clutch third quarter score.

Dru Jones, Stratford, Jr. WR-DB

Jones was all over the field on both sides of the ball in the Elks stomping of Smyer. On the offensive side, the junior was QB Trevor Bell’s target making six catches for 133 yards, and added a touchdown rushing the ball. Defensively, Jones made nine tackles.

Wes Jones, Panhandle, Sr. QB

For the second week in a row Jones makes this list for another amazing performance. Panhandle put up 49 points behind the gunslingers who tallied 330 of Panhandle’s 591 total yards. Jones did what he does throwing for 178 yards, and used his feet for 152 yards rushing with a combined three touchdowns.

Dario Bressler, Canyon, Jr. RB

Canyon chewed up over 300 yards rushing on the way to hammering Fort Stockton 59-7. Bressler, who gets better by the week, was part of the monster run attack rushing carrying the rock 10 times for 128 yards with a touchdown.


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