Ronnie Coleman, Lake Dallas, football
The Falcons’ linebacker helped his team overcome a shaky offensive effort by putting a lid on Denton’s powerful passing game in Friday’s District 5-4A opener. Coleman intercepted Denton quarterback Cy Ward three times in the game and helped set up scoring drives for his offense.
Reed Flores, Krum, football
The Bobcats’ running back had a monster game on his way to helping Krum stay undefeated. Flores carried the ball 27 times for 197 yards and scored four touchdowns, including a big 28-yard scamper in the third quarter that was the exclamation point on his night.
Terrell Singleton, Guyer, football
Singleton ended any doubt as to how Guyer would open the District 5-4A season when he returned an interception 25 yards to give the Wildcats their third touchdown in a matter of two minutes. Singleton, an outside linebacker, also had four tackles with one behind the line of scrimmage.
Tyrone Williams, Ryan, football
The linebacker-turned-running back has become a workhorse for Joey Florence & Co. Williams rushed for 191 yards on 24 carries and scored three touchdowns in Friday’s thrilling win over McKinney. Williams scored the game-winning touchdown with less than five minutes to play.
Connor Wilson, Argyle, football
Wilson has been a turnover machine for the Argyle defense through five games this season. The move-in from Coppell added to his totals in Friday’s rout of Wilmer-Hutchins as he intercepted three passes and returned one for a 49-yard touchdown. He also recovered a fumble.