Northwest Harris County football players, coaches up for postseason honors – Houston Chronicle

Seven football gamers as well as 4 head trains out of the northwest Houston location will certainly be acknowledged at the 42nd yearly Touchdown Club of Houston UIL High School Awards supper, Dec. 8 at 7 p.m., at the Bayou City Event Center.Bridgeland elderly quarterback Conner Weigman, Cypress Park elderly running back Harold Perkins, Spring elderly quarterback Bishop Davenport and also Klein Cain elderly pass receiver Matthew Golden were 5 of 12 gamers chosen for the Offensive Player of the Year honor. Westfield elderly protective electrician A.J. Holmes as well as Klein

Cain elderly protective electrician were 2 of 12 gamers chosen for the Defensive Player of the Year honor. Tomball High’s Kevin Flanigan, Westfield’s Matt Meekins, Bridgeland’s David Raffield as well as Jersey Village’s David Snokhous were 4 of 12 instructors chosen for the Coach of the Year honor. Offending Player of the Year finalists Kendrick Bradley, Klein Forest; Bishop Davenport, Spring; Matt Golden, Klein Cain; Harold Perkins,

Cypress Park; Conner Weigman, Bridgeland; Kelvin Banks, Summer Creek; Kameron Dewberry, Atascocita; Caleb Douglas, Hightower; Bert Emanuel Jr., Ridge Point; Donovan Green, Dickinson; Josh McMillan, Tompkins; and also Noah Thomas, Clear Springs. Protective Player of the Year finalists A.J. Holmes, Westfield; Lukia Rawls, Klein Cain; Keewan Grismore, Clear Falls; Mason Hall, Ridge Point; Martrell Harris, The Woodlands; Julian Humphrey, Clear Lake; Ty Kana, Katy; Dejuan Lewis, Shadow Creek; Fordham Parks, Cinco Ranch; Xavier Potts, Manvel; Kris Ross, North Shore; and also Kentrell Webb, Paetow. Train of the Year finalists Kevin Flanigan, Tomball; Matt Meekins, Westfield; David Raffield, Bridgeland;

David Snokhous, Jersey Village

; Cornelius Anthony, Hightower; Derek Fitzhenry, C.E. King; B.J. Gotte, Paetow; Kenny Harrison, Summer Creek; Rick LaFavers, Ridge Point; Todd McVey, Tompkins; Jerry Prieto, Crosby; and also Craig Stump, Atascocita. Independent schools In the exclusive senior high school honors, Kinkaid’s Dillon Bell was called Offensive Player of the Year, Second Baptist’s Everett Skillern

was called Defensive Player of the Year, Episcopal’s Beau Edwards was called Lineman of the Year, Kinkaid’s Cameron Henry was called Ironman of the Year, as well as Lutheran South’s Nick Hatch was called Specialist of the Year. Cypress Christian’s Kris Hogan as well as John Cooper’s Erik DeHaven were called co-Coaches of the Year. Offending Player of the Year finalists Zamari Bruce, Frassati Catholic; Dillon Bell, Kinkaid

; Alex Gottsegen, Kinkaid; Joel Hutchins, Lutheran South; Grayson Kim, Second Baptist; John Perdue, St. John’s; Cameron Price, St. Thomas; Eli Smith, Second Baptist

; as well as Jake Wright, St. Thomas. Protective Player of the Year finalists Griffin Fisk, Cypress Christian; Blaine Baird, Fort Bend Christian; Cade Goldstraw, Lutheran South; Carson Hintz, St. Pius X; Alex Lassoued, Kinkaid; Blake Pitts, John Cooper School

; Everett Skillern, Second Baptist; and also Tegan Spencer, St. Thomas. Electrician of the Year finalists Jacob Moran, Cypress Christian; Reid Cordell, Second Baptist; Beau Edwards, Episcopal; Michael Fite, St. Pius X; Cailen Graham, Episcopal; Wyatt Green, St. Thomas; Stefan Gustafson, St. John’s;

Duncan McLaren, St. John’s; Michael Skaribas, St. John’s; and also Patrick Wallace, St. Thomas. Ironman of the Year finalists Tate Elder, Concordia Lutheran; Jacob Swan, Cypress Christian; Burke Battenfield, St. Pius X; Colin Hedges, Second Baptist; Cameron Henry, Kinkaid; Smith Nave, Bay Area Christian; Tyler Prazak, Legacy Prep;

as well as Gamble Reed, John Cooper School. Unique groups Player of the Year finalists Adam Atwell, Bay Area Christian; and also Nick Hatch, Lutheran South. Train of the Year finalists Kris Hogan, Cypress Christian; Jordan Black, Fort Bend Christian; Erik DeHaven, John Cooper School; Nathan Larned, Kinkaid; Les Rainey

, Bay Area Christian; and also Kevin Veltri, St. John’s. Cy-Hoops on deck The finished brace for the 12th yearly Houston Methodist Cy-Hoops Invitational was revealed by Cy-Fair ISD

instructors a week prior to the occasion is held Dec. 9-11 at numerous websites. There’s 22 groups getting involved in the three-day competition that will certainly be played at Cy-Fair High, Cypress Falls, Cypress Park, and also the Berry. Each group is set up to play 3 video games. Cy-Fair ISD’s 12 senior high school young boys basketball university groups, Cy-Fair, Bridgeland, Cypress Springs, Cypress Falls, Cypress Ranch, Cypress Park, Cypress Lakes, Jersey Village, Langham Creek, Bridgeland, Cypress Ridge and also Cypress Creek, will certainly take part in the event. They’ll be signed up with by 10 various other programs like McKinney, Mansfield Summit, South Grand Prairie, Alvin Shadow Creek as well as Humble Summer Creek that are all placed in their corresponding Texas Association of Basketball Coaches state surveys getting in the 2021-2022 period. Day No. 1 will certainly include 11 video games consisting of Bridgeland vs Mansfield Summit at Cypress Park fitness center 1, Cypress Lakes vs. Dickinson at Cy-Fair health club 2, Cypress Ranch vs. Jersey Village

at Cypress Falls fitness center 2, Cypress Woods vs. Summer Creek at Cypress Falls fitness center 1 as well as McKinney vs. Klein at Cy-Fair fitness center 1 at 5 pm. There’s 5 video games at 6:30 p.m. consisting of Cy-Fair vs. Langham Creek at Cy-Fair fitness center 1, Cypress Creek vs. Cypress Springs at Cypress Falls health club 2, Cypress Falls

vs. Spring High at Cypress Falls fitness center 1, Cypress Ridge vs. South Grand Prairie at Cy-Fair health club 2, and also Shadow Creek vs. Dekaney at Cypress Park health club 1. Cypress Park likewise encounter Harker Heights at Cypress Park fitness center 1 at 8 p.m. All groups will certainly proceed to play throughout the day on Friday.

The semifinals are arranged for 10 a.m. and also 11:30 a.m. on Dec. 12 at the Berry. The champion video game will certainly be played later on that day at 5:30 p.m. at the Berry. The brace comes through the Cy-Hoops web page of the Berry Center web site.

Seven football gamers as well as 4 head instructors out of the northwest Houston location will certainly be identified at the 42nd yearly Touchdown Club of Houston UIL High School Awards supper, Dec. 8 at 7 p.m., at the Bayou City Event Center.Bridgeland elderly quarterback Conner Weigman, Cypress Park elderly running back Harold Perkins, Spring elderly quarterback Bishop Davenport as well as Klein Cain elderly vast receiver Matthew Golden were 5 of 12 gamers chosen for the Offensive Player of the Year honor. There’s 22 groups getting involved in the three-day event that will certainly be played at Cy-Fair High, Cypress Falls, Cypress Park, as well as the Berry. Cy-Fair ISD’s 12 high college young boys basketball university groups, Cy-Fair, Bridgeland, Cypress Springs, Cypress Falls, Cypress Ranch, Cypress Park, Cypress Lakes, Jersey Village, Langham Creek, Bridgeland, Cypress Ridge as well as Cypress Creek, will certainly take part in the event. Day No. 1 will certainly include 11 video games consisting of Bridgeland vs Mansfield Summit at Cypress Park health club 1, Cypress Lakes vs. Dickinson at Cy-Fair health club 2, Cypress Ranch vs. Jersey Village

at Cypress Falls fitness center 2, Cypress Woods vs. Summer Creek at Cypress Falls health club 1 as well as McKinney vs. Klein at Cy-Fair health club 1 at 5 pm. There’s 5 video games at 6:30 p.m. consisting of Cy-Fair vs. Langham Creek at Cy-Fair fitness center 1, Cypress Creek vs. Cypress Springs at Cypress Falls health club 2, Cypress Falls

vs. Spring High at Cypress Falls health club 1, Cypress Ridge vs. South Grand Prairie at Cy-Fair health club 2, as well as Shadow Creek vs. Dekaney at Cypress Park fitness center 1.

Source: https://www.houstonchronicle.com/neighborhood/cyfair/article/Northwest-Harris-County-football-players-coaches-16676258.php

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