PLAYER OF THE WEEK POLL

VOTE IN THE OK­LA­HOMAN’S CITY-AREA HIGH SCHOOL FOOT­BALL PLAYER OF THE WEEK FAN POLL

The Oklahoman (Sunday) - - SPORTS - COM­PILED BY ADAM KEMP AND JA­COB UNRUH

The Ok­la­homan’s Fans’ Choice Player of the Week poll for the top per­for­mances by OKC-area play­ers in Week 10 high­light some stand­out in­di­vid­ual per­for­mances.

The poll is live at newsok.com/sports/high-school, and fans can vote once be­fore it closes at 4 p.m. Tues­day. Re­sults of the poll will ap­pear in Wed­nes­day’s edi­tion of The Ok­la­homan.

Here are the can­di­dates for the city-area Fans’ Choice Player of the Week:

Korbin Cox, RB, Jones: The work­horse for Jones as they wrapped up dis­trict play un­de­feated with a 33-6 vic­tory against Prague, Cox rushed 23 time for 134 yards and three touch­downs. Zach Hale, QB/DB, Chris­tian Her­itage: Led CHA to a play­off berth with a 29-22 vic­tory against Cres­cent. Hale passed for 219 yards and three TDs while rush­ing for a fourth and rack­ing up 24 tack­les and two in­ter­cep­tions on de­fense.

Cade Hor­ton, QB, Nor­man: In a must-win game to make the play­offs, Hor­ton com­pleted 17-of-28 passes for 274 yards and two touch­downs while rush­ing for a third touch­down as Nor­man took down Ed­mond Santa Fe 31-20 to make it back to the play­offs for the first time since 2012.

Davon­tae Pickard, RB, Pied­mont: The hard-run­ning ju­nior rushed for 91 yards and scored four rush­ing touch­downs as Pied­mont outscored Woodward 47-28 to book its ticket to the play­offs.

Do­rian Plum­ley, QB, El Reno: The spec­tac­u­lar sopho­more rushed for 375 yards and three touch­downs while pass­ing for a fourth touch­down to help El Reno beat Law­ton MacArthur 53-42. The win breaks a nine-year play­off drought for El Reno. Dadrion Tay­lor, RB, Carl Al­bert: The se­nior speed­ster rushed for 201 yards and two TDs, while throw­ing for a third, to help Carl Al­bert clinch Dis­trict 5A-2 and fin­ish the reg­u­lar sea­son un­de­feated as it beat McGuin­ness 20-14.

Qwon­trel Walker, RB, Still­wa­ter: Down seven points mid­way through the fourth quar­ter, Walker came up big, rush­ing for four to­tal touch­downs and 277 yards as Still­wa­ter won its first dis­trict cham­pi­onship since 1995.

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