Gridiron Players of the Week presented by Boost Mobile: Week 2
Another week in the books and more amazing performances!
Check out which athletes earned the title of Gridiron Players of the Week presented by Boost Mobile. VYPE takes nominations from coaches across the city and then picks the Top 5 performances to honor.
If you don't see your athlete's top performance on the list be sure to send nominations to Joshua Koch (Joshua.email@example.com) by each Monday morning.
- 1) New Caney – QB Zion Childress
This is the definition of a dual-threat quarterback. During the offseason, New Caney coach Brady Pennington applauded Childress for the steps he had taken to get better. Against Houston Heights, Childress showed off his athletic prowess. The UTSA-commit passed for 196 yards and rushed for another 199 and racked up three touchdowns.
- 2 ) Katy Taylor – Trevor Woods
What a stat line for Trevor Woods. It was a big night for Woods in the win for Katy Taylor, finishing with 15 tackles, two for loss. On top of that, Woods had two sacks, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. That is a solid night of work.
- 3) Shadow Creek – QB Kyron Drones
The big question for Shadow Creek coming into the season was – who would step in for QB Jamarian George. Well, here comes Kyron Drones. The dual-threat quarterback really showed off against Magnolia. Drones passed for 296 yards and four touchdowns, rushed for another 102 yards and two scores. Are you kidding? Six combined touchdowns! What a performance.
CLOSER LOOK at some of the plays @SCSharkFootball QB @KyronDrones made vs Magnolia.#txhsfb pic.twitter.com/TKnzbad7vf
— Joe Gleason (@joeagleason) September 7, 2019
- 4) Conroe – WR Michael Phoenix
Conroe put up some big numbers! Against Aldine Davis in a 42-21 victory, the Conroe Tigers offense flew. Michael Phoenix flew like a Phoenix and had eight receptions for 243 yards and four touchdowns. He completely showed being the No. 1 target for Christian Pack, who had a nice night as well.
- 5)Manvel – QB Tucker Yarbrough
Manvel is off to a 2-0 start to the 2019 season. The Mavericks clocked in a 37-29 victory over Crosby last week and a big reason why was Tucker Yarbrough. The senior quarterback passed for 324 yards and four scores.
Fort Bend Clements – RB Pierre Djunga (14 car. 113 yards, 3 TDs)
Fort Bend Elkins – Taurean Crawford (9 tackles (4 solo, 5 assisted), 3.5 TFL, 2.5 sacks, 1 Force Fumble, 1 Pass Deflection)
Cy Lakes – QB Sofian Massoud (17-28, 323 yards, 4 TDs, 12 car. For 63 yards, 1 TD)
Fort Bend Travis – WR Parker Washington (6 rec. 145 yards, 2 TDs)
Katy Taylor – RB Marcus Grant (17 car. 190 yds 2 TDs)
Channelview – RB Alton Lott (25 car. 215 yards, 3 TDs)
Huffman – RB AJ San Miguel (18 car. 164 yards, 2 TDs) / LB Peyton Pierson (10 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 sack)
South Houston – Joseph Phillips (10 tackles, 26 yard TD rec., 38 yard TD run)
Katy – QB Bronson McClelland (11-15, 207 yards, 2 TDs)
Baytown Lee – QB Ijenea Wooley (10-12, 293 yards, 5 TDs)
Cy-Fair – RB L.J. Johnson (12 car. 69 yards, 2 TDs, 2 Rec. 90 yards, 1 TD)
Jersey Village – QB Caleb Weaver (17-26, 278 yards, 3 TDs)
Cypress Falls – RB J.P. Martin (12 car. 166 yards, 3 TDs)
Katy Tompkins – QB Jalen Milroe (16-23, 285 yards 2 TDs; 5 car. 18 yards, 1 TD)
Pearland – QB JD Head (15-16, 217 yards, 3 TDs)
Barbers Hill - WR Cameron Cauley (10 rec. 221 yards, 5 TDs)
Nimitz - K Devan Contreras (3 field goals, including game-winner)
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