HS Football Week 10: Williamson County Offensive Player of the Week

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We honor five players, in descending order, as our Williamson County Offensive Players of the Week in our coverage area following Week 10 high school action.

5. Carter Hendry, quarterback, Franklin

Franklin’s Carter Hendry runs in a 2016 game.

Franklin got a morale-boosting win with a 38-21 victory over Spring Hill due to a big night from its quarterback. Carter Hendry ran seven times for 69 yards and a score, and was 5-of-11 passing for 103 yards, as the Rebels knocked off the Raiders, 38-21. It’s the second win of the season for Franklin.

4. Troy Henderson, running back, Independence

Independence’s Troy Henderson ran for three touchdowns in Week 10.

Straight off being named our Offensive Player of the Week last week, Henderson brought it again in Week 10. The Eagles’ running back carried 12 times for 189 yards and three scores, as Independence routed Memphis East, 42-10.

3. Seamus O’Connell, quarterback, Father Ryan

 

O’Connell delivered a terrific dual-threat performance in Week 10 in Father Ryan’s 37-34 win over Baylor. He ran 26 times for 212 yards and a  score, and was 7-of-13 passing for 91 more yards.

2. Gavin Schoenwald, quarterback, Brentwood Academy

Schoenwald helped Brentwood Academy build a stunning 29-0 halftime lead at Montgomery Bell Academy, and the Eagles cruised from there. The senior Vanderbilt commitment was 14-of-17 passing for 154 yards, three touchdowns and no picks, and ran 13 times for 38 yards. The Eagles remain unbeaten this season.

1. Austin Amor, quarterback, Grace Christian Academy

It would be difficult to contribute more to a win than Amor did in GCA’s 48-45 win over Mt. Pleasant last Friday. The quarterback completed 19-of-25 passes for 282 yards, four touchdowns and one interception, and added 18 rushes for 135 yards and three scores. For good measure, he added two solo stops on defense. Grace Christian evened its record at 4-4.

Disclaimer: In compiling this list, we considered players from our entire coverage area, which includes the following schools: Brentwood Academy, Battle Ground Academy, Brentwood High School, Centennial High School, Christ Presbyterian Academy, Ensworth, Fairview High School, Father Ryan High School, Franklin High School, Franklin Road Academy, Grace Christian Academy, Independence High School, Nolensville High School, Page High School, Ravenwood High School, Spring Hill High School, Summit High School. Although not all of these schools are within the boundaries of Williamson County, we know many of our parents have children at those schools and are interested in their sports programs; therefore, we consider all football players at these schools.