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Ke’Von Buris, Denton, WR
The Broncos wideout had one of the best games of his career in Denton’s loss to Wichita Falls Rider. Buris hauled in eight catches for 278 yards and two touchdowns of 70 and 90 yards. The Broncos threw for 507 yards but couldn’t pick up the win.
Dagan Haehn, Lake Dallas, QB
Haehn had a strong showing against a struggling Fort Worth Brewer squad. The sophomore completed 14 of 25 passes for 253 yards and five touchdowns in Lake Dallas’ 41-14 win against the Bears. He also had the team’s other touchdown on one of his eight carries for 36 yards.
Tre’von Jackson, Sanger, RB
Jackson’s strong season continued last Friday against Bridgeport, as the former Denton running back ran for 250 yards and two touchdowns in the Indians’ comeback victory. Jackson’s 40-yard touchdown run late gave Sanger the final points it needed to comfortably pick up its sixth win of the year.
Ian Sadler, Argyle, WR
Sadler is primarily a wide receiver, but he didn’t need a catch to cause havoc in Argyle’s 59-8 win against Aubrey. Sadler returned the game’s opening kickoff for a 100-yard touchdown and added a 58-yard punt return for a touchdown later in the contest. The Texas Tech pledge tacked on a 49-yard touchdown run as well.
Joe Silvaggio, Guyer, LB
Silvaggio stepped up in the absence of Demontrie Taylor in Guyer’s 49-3 drubbing of Wichita Falls. Silvaggio notched nine tackles, including two for loss and a sack. The outside linebacker was one of the reasons Wichita Falls only had 26 total yards and one first down in the second half.