Milford's Smith Named Week 10 Player of the Week


Week 10 Player of the Week:

Taron Smith – Milford – 536 Total Yards; 8 total TDs scored while passing for 6 more; 324 All-Purpose Yards
15-20-2, 310 yards, 6 TDs passing; 6- 129 yards, 4 TDs rushing; 2-97 yards, 2 TDs receiving; 4-98 yards, 1 TD Kickoff Returns; 1 fumble recovery returned 28 yards for TD, 9 tackles

That is an amazing stat line for Smith as he led Milford to a big district win over Oakwood 118-71.
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Honorable Mentions:
Ethan Edgemon – Oakwood – 23-41-1 for 473 yards, 5 TDs passing; 21-157 yards, 4 TDs rushing

Edgemon turned in amazing 630 yards of total offense in a losing effort against Milford. Oakwood did a good job of fighting back and staying with Milford as long as they could after spoting them a 32-0 lead early on. His 473 yards passing would have set a new season single game high had it not been for Jalen Helms this week.

Jalen Helms – Grandfalls-Royalty – 26-35-0 for 476 yards, 9 TDs passing; 5-33 yards rushing; 12 tackles, 2 INTs
Helms’ passed for 476 yards in a 76-30 win over Dell City setting a new single game high for 2017. His nine touchdowns through the air is tied for the second most in a game this season. Helms and crew will be hoping for similar success when they bring that pass attack into their big week 11 district title matchup with Balmorhea.

Keyvondra Richardson – Paducah – 17-303 yards, 5 TDs rushing
Richardson had a huge night for the Dragons as the beat Rotan 85-36 to keep their playoff hopes alive. Keyvondra averaged almost 18 yards a carry, as he eclipsed the 300-yard mark and found pay dirt five time in the crucial win.

Ben Crockett – McLean – 25-163 yards, 3 TDs rushing; 2-37 yards, 1 TD receiving; 1-1-0 for 9 yards, 1 TD passing; 6 tackles
Crockett helped McLean grid it out against White Deer with his 25 carries on the ground racking up 163 yards with three touchdowns as Mclean upset the Bucks 50-36. Crockett also caught a touchdown pass and threw a touchdown pass for the Tigers.

Brady Hawkins – Knox City – 8-226 yards, 3 TDs receiving; 16 tackles
Hawkins averaged over 28 yards per catch in Knox City’s big 80-30 win over Spur. More important in the vital victory was his team leading 16 tackles on defense. Knox City will now face Paducah in a huge district game in the final week of the regular season.
Nick Norrell Oglesby, scored 3 offensive and 1 defensive touchdown in Tigers 74-25 win over Prairie Lea. Norrell had 109 yards receiving including a 50 yard reception, from deep in their own end zone to set up big first down. Norrell led def with 12 tackles including 3 sacs for losses, and stripped ball and ran it 35 yards for touchdown. Norrell also kicked 4 PAT's