Vote for high school player of the week, Oct. 3-5. UPDATED

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With 2,492 votes, Dunbar RB Taylor Martin is the @dfwvarsity player of the week for Oct. 3-5. Congratulations!

Crowley WR Trayvohn was second, with 1,886 votes.

There were many great high school football performances for the fourth week of September. Here’s your chance to tell us who has earned dfwVarsity Player of the Week honors. Voting ends at noon Wednesday.

Chance Nevarez, PK, Aledo made all 9 of his extra-point kicks in a 77-16 win against Fort Worth South Hills, and established a new state record for consecutive PATs at 116. The old mark was 114 by James French of China Springs from 2007-08.

Myles Garrett, DE, Arlington Martin recorded 8.5 sacks, 10 solo tackles (9 for loss), three assists, 2 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery and 1 blokced punt in the Warriors 47-3 rout of Weatherford

Trayvohn Glover, WR, Crowley caught three passes for 120 yards and touchdowns of 50 and 61 yards, in a 42-38 win against Everman. He also had fumble recovery for a touchdown.

Kelton Moore, QB, Arlington Seguin in a 29-28 double overtime win against Mansfield Summit, passed for 57 yards and a touchdown, rushed for 220 yards and two more scores, and added the two-point conversion that sent the game to overtime.

Daylan Woods, RB, Arlington Sam Houston rushed for 164 yards and two touchdowns as the Texans beat North Crowley 21-20.

Taylor Martin, RB, Fort Worth Dunbar rushed for 249 yards on 17 carries and scored twice in a 40-29 win against Saginaw Boswell.

Isaac Lee, LB, Colleyville Heritage recorded 8 solo tackles, 1 assist, 6 tackles for loss, 4 sacks, 1 pass breakup and 1 caused fumble in the Panthers’ 41-7 defeat of Grapevine.

John Cleveland, WR, Trinity Valley caught 16 passes for 272 yards and 3 TDs in the Trojans’ 30-24 defeat of Aubrey.

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