Alvarado’s Colby Sampson, Keller Central’s DJ Graham and the North Side Steers are the latest DFW high school football winners from Week 10.
Sampson, a running back for the Indians, was offensive player of the week after he received 54 percent of the voting. One of the leading rushers in DFW, Sampson ran for 241 yards and 3 TDs during the Indians district title clinching win over Wilmer-Hutchins.
Castleberry RB Jason Garcia (194 yards rushing, 3 TDs) and Richland QB Cole Benson (477 yards passing, 7 TDs) came in second and third place.
Graham, a 4-star Oklahoma commit, was defensive POTW after receiving 48 percent of the voting. Graham had a field day vs. Timber Creek with 2 interceptions including a 104-yard return for a TD, one fumble recovery and 7 tackles.
Arlington Martin’s Christian Traylor (29- and 25-yard INT returns for TDs) and Pantego Christian’s Terry Lewis (2 INTs, 9 tackles) came in second and third place.
The Steers were voted team of the week after making history during their 21-20 win over Poly. North Side clinched the program’s first playoff berth since 1979.
Richland came in second after scoring 65 points and amassing 625 yards during the Rebels’ win over Weatherford
Saginaw, Week 1
McKinney North, Week 2
Lone Star, Week 3
Weatherford, Week 4
Crowley, Week 5
Azle, Week 6
Pantego Christian, Week 7
Granbury, Week 8
Mansfield Summit, Week 9
Dillon Markiewicz, McKinney North, Week 2
Braylon Braxton, Independence, Week 3
Gunner Hammond, Cleburne, Week 4
Ethan McBrayer, Godley, Week 6
Hunter Villavicencio, Haltom, Week 7
Adama Hudson, Eastern Hills, Week 8
Owen Allen, Carroll, Week 9
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
Kaylon Washington, North Crowley, Week 8
Zach Angel, Mansfield, Week 9
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