Cherokee’s Dwayne Tiller was named his team’s offensive player of the week after rolling up 115 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries. Also recognized for their efforts in the Warriors’ season finale were Devon Mercer (defense) and Obie Brannon (special teams).
Creekview’s Connor Dulmage earned his team’s defensive award after nabbing his county-best eighth interception of the season in a victory over Sprayberry. Isaiah Rodgers, who rushed for 166 yards and two touchdowns on 26 carries, won the award for the offense, while B.J. Smith was recognized on special teams.
Lex Lauletta earned the offensive award for Sequoyah after going 8-of-9 passing for 225 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran the ball six times for 88 yards and another touchdown.
Other Chiefs recognized were Branden Johnson and William Lummus, who shared the defensive award, and Blake Miller, who was recognized on special teams.
The weekly award-winners from Etowah were John Oliver (offense), Keith Gordon (defense), and Cory Burdett (special teams).
River Ridge recognized sophomore quarterback Marcus Spears, who was 10-for-15 passing for 125 yards and two touchdown, for his efforts in a season-ending victory. The team’s other award winners were Omari Reeves-Miller (defense) and Brock Harris (special teams).
Woodstock’s Justin Agner finished the season with a 14-for-27 passing effort, throwing for 267 yards and a touchdown, and was named his team’s top offensive player. Duncan Morris (defense) and Sharonne Gates (special teams) were the other weekly award-winners.