High School Football

Dallas-Fort Worth high school football winners in Week 8 from Eastern Hills, North Crowley, Granbury

Eastern Hills QB Adama Hudson, North Crowley DB Kaylon Washington and Granbury are the latest DFW football winners from Week 8 of the 2019 high school season.

Hudson edged out Country Day quarterback Stephen Murrin 1265-1193.

Hudson totaled 356 yards and 5 TDs during a 60-41 win over North Side.

The win gave EHHS its 5th of the season, most since 2008.

Murrin threw for 336 yards, rushed for 74 and scored 5 TDs in a win over Casady.

Washington had a big night as the Panthers got their first win of the season vs. Sam Houston.

Washington, who received 55 percent of the votes, picked off SH three times and totaled six tackles.

Keller Central’s Miles Skinner came in second place with 37 percent. He had 18 tackles, 5 for loss and 3 sacks vs. Eaton.

Granbury won Week 8 team of the week after the Pirates took down Boswell, 42-10. The Pirates won their third district game of the year, most since 2013.

Eastern Hills finished in second place.

Past winners

Team

Saginaw, Week 1

McKinney North, Week 2

Lone Star, Week 3

Weatherford, Week 4

Crowley, Week 5

Azle, Week 6

Pantego Christian, Week 7

Offensive

Dez Forrest, Weatherford, Week 1

Dillon Markiewicz, McKinney North, Week 2

Braylon Braxton, Independence, Week 3

Gunner Hammond, Cleburne, Week 4

Da’Wain Lofton, North Side, Week 5

Ethan McBrayer, Godley, Week 6

Hunter Villavicencio, Haltom, Week 7

Defensive

Robert Williams, Waxahchie Life, Week 1

Kaleb Culp, Parish Episcopal, Week 2

Peyton Beck, Reedy and Jamal Marshall, FW Christian, Week 3

Xavier Toliver, Summit, Week 4

Emanuel Broussard, Life Oak Cliff, Week 5

Jesse Riveria, Azle, Week 6

DeAnte Betts, Bowie, Week 7

If you would like nominate players or team, please email at bgosset@star-telegram.com on Sunday night.

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Born and raised in Hawaii, Brian Gosset graduated from Northern Arizona University with a degree in journalism before coming to Texas in 2014. He’s covered high school sports — yes, pretty much every high school sport — for the Star-Telegram ever since.
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