POLL CLOSED: To vote for the Tulsa World’s high school football player of the week, read the profiles of each candidate and then cast your vote at OkPrepsExtra.com.
Voting ends at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
POLL CLOSED: Who is the Week 13 Bill Knight Automotive high school football player of the week?
To vote for the Tulsa World’s high school football player of the week, read the profiles of each candidate and then cast your vote at OkPrepsExtra.com. Voting ends at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
Your choice for player of the week, along with the World’s choice, will be published Wednesday in the Tulsa World and on OkPrepsExtra.com.
Blaze Berlowitz, Cushing
Senior QB completed 16-of-24 passes for 335 yards and five touchdowns, and also had a rushing TD in a 56-14 win over Elk City.
Kirk Francis, Metro Christian
Senior QB completed 22-of-25 passes for 452 yards and five TDs, and also rushed for 41 yards in a 49-35 win over Class 3A No. 1 Lincoln Christian.
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Ayden Hamilton, Victory Christian
Junior QB accounted for 413 yards and four TDs plus threw for a pair of 2-point conversions in a 46-35 win over Chandler.
Luke Hasz, Bixby
Senior tight end had nine catches for 113 yards, including the go-ahead TD, in a 28-14 victory over Jenks.
Alex Shieldnight, Wagoner
Sophomore end had 12 tackles, including five for losses and one for a safety, in a 30-0 win over Poteau. Also had two catches for 41 yards and as a blocked graded out at 90%.
Mason Willingham, Owasso
Senior QB accounted for 303 yards and six TDs, including the winning 1-yard run in the sixth overtime for a 50-47 victory over 6AI top-ranked Union.
Gabe Winfield, Colcord
Junior QB/DB had 12 carries for 165 yards and five TDs, completed all eight of his passes for 152 yards and a TD, and had five tackles in a 48-6 win over Class A No. 1 Ringling.
Jaxon Woods, Hominy
Junior QB/DB connected on 10-of-13 passes as he accounted for 254 total yards and four TDs on offense, scored on a 60-yard punt return and had an interception on defense in a 46-13 win over Hooker.
— Barry Lewis, Tulsa World