TRN Top 10 Poll (Nov. 4)

Zach Duncan
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Munday's offensive line, led by Mark Yzaguirre (68), clears the way for senior Roddrick Taylor (1), who scored on all four of his carries in an 82-0 victory Friday over Era.

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Joy Lewis/Scripps Newspapers Munday's offensive line, led by Mark Yzaguirre (68), clears the way for senior Roddrick Taylor (1), who scored on all four of his carries in an 82-0 victory Friday over Era.

Joy Lewis/Scripps Newspapers
Munday's offensive line, led by Mark Yzaguirre (68), clears the way for senior Roddrick Taylor (1), who scored on all four of his carries in an 82-0 victory Friday over Era.

Photo by Joy Lewis

Joy Lewis/Scripps Newspapers Munday's offensive line, led by Mark Yzaguirre (68), clears the way for senior Roddrick Taylor (1), who scored on all four of his carries in an 82-0 victory Friday over Era.

The Times Record News Top 10 poll is compiled by sports writer Zach Duncan and is indicative of a team's performance relative to its classification:

1. Munday (9-0) — Moguls' 82-point margin of victory against Era is third-largest in the state this year.

2. Tipton (10-0) — Tigers finish regular season allowing one total touchdown and are Class C's title favorite.

3. Frederick (10-0) — The three Oklahoma 2A teams ranked ahead of Bombers are in other half of playoff bracket.

4. Throckmorton (8-1) —Greyhounds earn their 100th victory at the six-man level via Paint Creek's forfeit.

5. Notre Dame (8-0) — Knights outscored three TAPPS district teams, 207-30.

6. Nocona (9-0) — Indians have gone eight straight games allowing 14 points or less.

7. Graham (8-1) — Steers score 27 straight points in the fourth quarter to pull away from Hirschi.

8. Rider (7-2) — Raiders accomplish rare feat — force two Denton safeties (on blocked punt and sack) in the same quarter.

9. Seymour (8-2) — With back-to-back byes, Panthers won't play a game for almost three weeks.

10. Vernon (7-2) — Lions look headed for first-round playoff matchup against Springtown.

On the Rise: Holliday, Ryan.

Dropping Out: Jacksboro.

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Season leaders

Passing:

1. Ben Davis, Graham (2,690Yds, 28TDs)
2. Chase London, Rider (2,389Yds, 28TDs)
3. Taylor Thomas, Olney (2,303Yds, 11TDs)
4. Zach Barton, Seymour (2,036Yds, 31TDs)


Rushing:

1. D. J. Thomas, Jacksboro (1,488Yds, 20TDs)
2. Cedric Battle, Hirschi (1,323Yds, 19TDs)
3. Michael Bishop, Electra (1,281Yds, 17TDs)
4. Marquis Askew, Burkburnett (1,254Yds, 8TDs)


Receiving:

1. Davon Allison, Rider (1,366Yds, 14TDs)
2. Bryce Reeves, Graham (1,043Yds, 11TDs)
3. Mike Clark, Olney (910Yds, 5TDs)
4. Dalton Jackson, City View (675Yds, 7TDs)
5. Cody Adams, Seymour (670Yds, 8TDs)


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Tackles:

1. Zack Ballard, Olney (201)
2. Brady Brunson, Burkburnett (152)
3. Corey Luster, Vernon (135)
4. Gage Robinson, Bowie (132)
5. Elijah Hull, Hirschi (125)
6. Marcus Leija, Quanah (122)
7. Tristan Sherman, Holliday (113)
8. Garrett Johnson, Jacksboro (112)
9. Austin Martinez, Quanah (112)


Sacks:

1. Justin Silva, City View (10)
2. Treston Shepherd, Seymour (7)
3. Daytona Politakis, Nocona (7)
4. Kevin Stallcup, Bowie (7)
5. Cody Fletcher, Henrietta (7)
6. Garrett Johnson, Jacksboro (9)
7. Baltazar Castro, Seymour (6)
8. Logan Carter, Henrietta (6)
9. Tristan Willard, Nocona (6)


Interceptions:

1. David Stretcher, Jacksboro (6)
2. Brad Slade, Bowie (5)
3. Jay Ward, Bowie (5)
4. Hagen Hughes, Graham (5)
5. Mikey Feeze, Graham (4)


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Passing:

1. Mitchell Parsley, Crowell (1,708Yds, 30TDs)
2. Cody McElroy, Notre Dame (1,677Yds, 33TDs)
3. Bryson Oliver, Throckmorton (1,286Yds, 27TDs)
4. Tyler Mays, Newcastle (922Yds, 18TDs)


Rushing:

1. Cody McElroy, Notre Dame (1,579Yds, 35TDs)
2. Trinity Haggard, Throckmorton (1,326Yds, 21TDs)
3. Aaron Baker, W. Christian (1,320Yds, 20TDs)
4. Chris Lewis, Knox City (1,214Yds, 19TDs)


Receiving:

1. William Hogan, Crowell (422Yds, 13TDs)
2. Nathan Wilson, Newcastle (419Yds, 8TDs)
3. Hayden Farquhar, Throckmorton (413Yds, 10TDs)
4. Michael Fantini, Notre Dame (410Yds, 4TDs)
5. Nathan Riley, Throckmorton (369Yds, 8TDs)

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