Independence running back Troy Henderson scored three touchdowns and ran for 153 yards, as the Eagles cruised by Memphis East, 42-10. Quarterback Nathan Cisco was 21-of-35 for 225 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions. Kendrell Scurry caught seven balls for 80 yards and a score for Independence (5-4). Coming off a five-touchdown game last week, Henderson scored on a 3-yard run early to give the Eagles the game’s first lead. Gabe Thieman (three catches, 42 yards) and C.J. Hills (nine for 58) also scored touchdowns. T.J. Sheffield also caught six passes for 49 yards for Independence. Independence ends the regular season by hosting Ravenwood next week.
Independence's Troy Henderson ran for three touchdowns in Week 10.

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We honor Independence’s Troy Henderson as our Offensive Player of the Week following an abbreviated Week 9 that saw just four teams in our coverage area play.

The Independence running back carried just nine times in a 49-24 win at Dickson County, but he made the most of those opportunities. Henderson scored five touchdowns and gained 109 yards on Friday.

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.