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Vote for Bill Knight Automotive High School Football Player of the Week for Week 1
To vote for the High School Football Player of the Week, check out each contestant’s profiles below, then vote below. End of votes Tuesday noon. Your pick for Player of the Week, as well as the World’s Pick, will be released Wednesday in the Tulsa World and on OkPrepsExtra.com.
Your pick for Player of the Week, as well as the World’s pick, will be published Wednesday in the Tulsa World and OKPrepsExtra.com.
The senior quarterback went 26 of 32 for 394 yards and five touchdowns in Vinita’s 35-14 win over Jay on Thursday night.
Dylan Piguet, Claremore Sequoyah
The senior running back had 12 carries for 229 yards and four touchdowns in the Eagles’ 63-18 win over Checotah. Piguet added another touchdown on a 23-yard reception and went 9-for-9 on the PATs. He made eight tackles on defense.
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The senior linebacker had 18 tackles and led a defense that allowed just 38 rushing yards in the Huskies’ 40-29 win over Cashion. Reed also played all 58 offensive snaps at guard Friday.
The lead linebacker led a Redhawks defense that allowed just 198 total yards in their 28-7 win over Broken Arrow.
The senior wide receiver scored a touchdown on the opening kickoff and finished the night with 204 all-purpose yards in the Tigers’ 62-30 win over Bristow.
Jamarian Ficklin, Muskogee
The sophomore quarterback finished with 313 passing yards and four touchdowns in the Roughers’ 47-3 rout at Putnam City.
Luke Milligan, Lincoln Christian
The junior quarterback finished with 13 completions for 337 yards and five touchdowns in the Bulldogs’ 48-12 win over Jones.
Chance Wilson, Rejoice Christian
The senior quarterback completed 11 of 20 passes for 316 yards and two touchdowns. He added 102 yards and three more rushing touchdowns.