Game changers of the Week

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Travis Garrett, Pilot Point, QB

The Pilot Point quarterback accounted for five touchdowns in the Bearcats’ district win over Boyd. Garrett threw for 252 yards and four touchdowns. On the ground, he ran for 77 yards and another score, showing he’s capable of repeating the success he had in his sophomore season.

Jerrod Heard, Guyer, QB

Heard ran the ball 10 times for 162 yards, including touchdown runs of 47 and 52 yards in the Wildcats’ rout of Denton. Heard also threw for 106 yards and three touchdowns. The Texas Longhorns recruit did not take a snap in the second half.

Tre’von Jackson, Sanger, RB

Jackson continued his impressive start to the season with a big performance on Friday. He carried the ball 32 times for 267 yards and four touchdowns to help Sanger knock off Frisco Lone Star. Jackson is 51 yards shy of the 1,000-yard barrier this season.

Ian Sadler, Argyle, WR

Sadler was one of the main reason’s Argyle’s offense put up at least 50 points for the third time this season. The do-it-all wide receiver hauled in five catches for 98 yards and four touchdowns in Argyle's victory over Madison. The Texas Tech pledge had three of his four TD catches before halftime.

Demontrie Taylor, Guyer, LB

Taylor added to the monstrous numbers he’s posted so far this season in the Wildcats’ win. Taylor notched 10 tackles — five for loss and one sack — and helped hold Denton to 174 yard of total offense. Guyer has yet to surrender more than 100 rushing yards this season.

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