POST­SEA­SON TOP PER­FORM­ERS

Austin American-Statesman - - C SPORTS - Longesttd Pass Yds.play­ers Op­po­nent: Op­po­nent: Op­po­nent: Longesttd run Yds.player Op­po­nent: Op­po­nent: Op­po­nent: team team sin­gle-ga­metd Passes no. Player team Op­po­nent: Op­po­nent: Op­po­nent: Longest­field GOAL Yds.player Op­po­nent: Op­po­nent: Op­po­nent: team si

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, jwange­mann@states­man.com).

81 Derek Kiser to Cameron Lan­g­ley

Stephenville

79 Reed Carl­ton to Scott But­ler

Fort Worth Nolan

76 Reed Carl­ton St. Michael’s to Matt Von­drak

Plano Pre­ston­wood

80

St. Michael’s Te’Rel Sim­mons

Bar­bers Hill

80 Seth Lozano Lago Vista

Ge­orge West 75 St­ed­man May­berry Ridge

Travis

Bur­net

El­gin

Vista

5 Caleb Kim­bro

SA High­lands

4 Chris John­son

Huntsville

4 Jake Hube­nak Ge­orge­town

Mag­no­lia West

49 Colin McGuire

Allen

48 Michael Bar­den

Longview

42 Michael Bar­den West­lake

Hen­drick­son

Hays

Manor

Westwood

West­lake 252 Caleb Wood­ward

Hays

221 S. But­ler St. Michael’s

Plano Pre­ston­wood 219 Nate Grimm Cedar Park

Ker­rville Tivy 218 Reed Carl­ton St. Michael’s

Dal­las Bishop Dunne

Le­an­der

313 Jake Hube­nak Ge­orge­town

Sum­mer Creek 302 Chris John­son

Huntsville 289 Ri­ley Schaefer

Ma­son

Thorn­dale 281 Caleb Kimbo

SA High­lands

Manor

Hays

166 R. Knight­ner Ge­orge­town

Sum­mer Creek 165 Austin We­ston Ge­orge­town

Mag­no­lia West 145 Kel­ton Evans

Huntsville 132 Cameron Lan­g­ley

Stephenville

Manor

Bur­net

40 Tevin Smith

Hays

40 Pre­ston Oliver

Round Rock

35 Canyon Manske

Longview

Le­an­der

Bowie

West­lake 100 E. McDon­ald

Ned­er­land

90 Seth Barker

Ma­son

Con­nally

Thorn­dale

75 Da’Trean Sim­mons

Bren­ham

49 W. Drewett St. Michael’s

Dal­las Bishop Dunne

El­gin

44 Richard Robin­son

Bar­bers Hill

35 John Dodd

Longview

El­gin

West­lake

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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.

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