A&M Consolidated vs. Rudder football

There were several key performances in Week 10 as teams scrap for playoff position in the final weeks of the regular season. Vote now on the cream of the crop for player of the week. Poll closes at 4 p.m. Monday.

Zack Dyer, Navasota, sr. QB

Dyer got it done with his arms and his legs in helping the Rattlers finish district undefeated for the first time since 2014. He completed 11 of 18 passes for 203 yards and three touchdowns and added 103 rushing yards and a touchdown on 14 carries.

Paxton Hancock, Centerville, fr., LB

Hancock was part of a dominating defensive performance in the Tigers' 42-7 win over Kerens. The freshman racked up 17 tackles, three TFLs, a sack and a fumble recovery.

Zacarrius Haynes, Anderson-Shiro, sr., RB

Haynes continued his stellar senior campaign, rushing for 262 yards and five touchdowns on 24 carries in a 52-6 win over Kountze. He also added a two-point conversion run.

Jarred Kerr, Lexington, soph., RB

The electric back rushed for 217 yards on just 12 carries and scored three touchdowns in a 41-0 win over Hamilton. He also added a pair of catches for 16 yards and was 3-of-4 passing for 17 yards.

Jacob Robinson, Leon, jr., QB

Robinson was 18-of-33 passing for 315 yards and had five total touchdowns (three passing, two rushing) powering Leon to a 32-28 win over Cayuga.

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