1. (TIE) Gunner Capps, Carthage/Garrett Moseley, Van: In a matchup of unbeatens, Capps led No. 1 Carthage past Henderson, completing an efficient 12 of 15 passes for 214 yards and 4 touchdowns. Meanwhile, another unbeaten team, the Van Vandals, overcome a slow start to defeat Athens thanks to Moseley passing for 5 TDs (27, 41, 60, 71, 8) and rushing for 2 scores (1, 14). Moseley tossed two TDs apiece to Gus Brewer and Bray Doring.
2. Patrick “Buddy” Jackson, Kilgore: In a 42-35 win over Chapel Hill, Jackson rushed for 134 yards and two touchdowns and also passed for two more scores (52, 12). His 18-yard TD run came with 18 seconds remaining and was the game-winner, keeping Kilgore (5-1, 2-0) unbeaten in District 9-4A Division I.
3. Khalan Griffin, Chapel Hill: In a 7-point loss to Kilgore, Griffin completed 20 of 34 for 277 yards and four touchdowns (9, 35, 14, 15) while also rushing for a score.
1. Jaylon Garland, West Rusk: The Raiders tailback had himself a night in a 38-0 victory at Troup. Garland carried 15 times for 152 yards and scored 3 TDs (11, 3, 7). West Rusk (4-0, 1-0) remained undefeated while now starting District 9-3A Division II with a victory.
2. Jermiah McGowen, Bullard Brook Hill: In the Guard’s TAPPS Division II, District 2 debut, McGowen led Brook Hill to a 32-0 win on the road at Carrollton Prince of Peace. McGowen rushed for 92 yards and a touchdown while also catching three passes for 62 yards.
3. (TIE) Kenneth Woods/Saul Williams, Brownsboro: In the Bears 47-16 win at Canton, Woods and Williams ran wild, combining for 5 rushing TDs. Woods scored on runs of 15 and 34 yards with Williams reaching pay-dirt on runs of 40, 8 and 66 yards.
1. Cole Myers, Elysian Fields: In the Yellowjackets 37-0 win over Arp, Myers finished with nine catches for 224 yards and 3 touchdowns. It was part of 5 TDs from EF quarterback Garrett McIntosh, who finished with 317 yards through the air.
2. Ke’Andre Street, John Tyler: In a 29-14 win at Mesquite, the Lions playmaker bookmarked the victory, catching a 23-yard TD pass from K’Lon Warren for JT’s first score and hauling in a 40-yard scoring strike from Warren in the fourth quarter. Street finished with 4 catches for 106 yards as JT (4-2) raised its District 11-6A record to 2-1.
3. (TIE) Quinzarius Daniel/Robbie Williams, Chapel Hill: In a 42-35 loss at Kilgore, Daniel and Williams were electric. Daniel delivered 8 catches for 127 yards and 2 TDs and Williams finished with 6 grabs for 82 yards and 2 TDs.
1. Longview: The Lobos pulled out a 31-21 win at Rockwall, thanks to Longview producing five turnovers. Jalen Carr had three of the Lobos four interceptions with Ellison Brown recovering a fumble. Longview also blocked a field goal in the road win.
2. Bullard Brook Hill: The Guard produced a second-straight shutout by blanking Prince of Peace 32-0, forcing six fumbles -- one of those returned for a 15-yard touchdown by Mac Rose -- and holding POP to 107 total yards.
3. West Rusk: The Raiders went on the road and blanked the Troup Tigers 38-0 to remain undefeated on the year. Matthew Davidson and Andres Martinez recovered fumbles while Talon Winings had an interception.