POSTSEASON TOP PERFORMERS
The top playoff performances in Central Texas high school football this season, as reported to the American-Statesman. Submit additions or corrections to James Wangemann (512-445-3659, firstname.lastname@example.org).
81 Derek Kiser to Cameron Langley
79 Reed Carlton to Scott Butler
Fort Worth Nolan
76 Reed Carlton St. Michael’s to Matt Vondrak
St. Michael’s Te’Rel Simmons
80 Seth Lozano Lago Vista
George West 75 Stedman Mayberry Ridge
5 Caleb Kimbro
4 Chris Johnson
4 Jake Hubenak Georgetown
49 Colin McGuire
48 Michael Barden
42 Michael Barden Westlake
Westlake 252 Caleb Woodward
221 S. Butler St. Michael’s
Plano Prestonwood 219 Nate Grimm Cedar Park
Kerrville Tivy 218 Reed Carlton St. Michael’s
Dallas Bishop Dunne
313 Jake Hubenak Georgetown
Summer Creek 302 Chris Johnson
Huntsville 289 Riley Schaefer
Thorndale 281 Caleb Kimbo
166 R. Knightner Georgetown
Summer Creek 165 Austin Weston Georgetown
Magnolia West 145 Kelton Evans
Huntsville 132 Cameron Langley
40 Tevin Smith
40 Preston Oliver
35 Canyon Manske
Westlake 100 E. McDonald
90 Seth Barker
75 Da’Trean Simmons
49 W. Drewett St. Michael’s
Dallas Bishop Dunne
44 Richard Robinson
35 John Dodd
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Westlake as a team expects to win district and advance far in the playoffs every year. We certainly had a team capable of making it to the Final Four this year, but we had key players out from time to time due to injuries, illness or other problems. Individually, I’d like to win state in the spring.
Westlake is committed to all its sports programs. We have excellent coaches and excellent facilities, although lights for our courts would sure be nice. In addition, many of our tennis players have been playing USTA tournaments year-round for many years before and during high school.
■ Anatomy and Physiology is one of the courses that I will benefit from in college. I plan to major in the health science field, and I know that this course will help prepare me for what lies ahead.
It was the bus ride we had when the Westlake varsity team defeated Lake Travis with a vital player being absent. It was such a great victory. We celebrated on the bus all the way back home to Westlake. ■
I recently happily signed to play tennis at the University of New Mexico. They have great new coaches, excellent facilities, a supportive administration and my academic major. ■
I’d go with valedictorian under any circumstances; I love tennis, but that isn’t what I intend to do with my life.
Westlake is fortunate to have excellent teachers, administrators, staff and a lot of bright, caring and hardworking students, many of whom excel academically and athletically. ■
I would choose anything Mexican, Italian and Japanese.
I’m going to say a Ferrari. I’ve been told I drive too much like my dad — he calls it being efficient. That said, I’m very happy to get to drive my used Hyundai Santa Fe.