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Dragon Pride Player of the Week 2014

Aug 28, 2014 11:16AM ● Published by Mike

Sponsored by Mark Jameson Allstate


Each week during football season Dragon Pride and Mark Jameson Allstate will honor a Varsity Dragon Football player based on his on field performance. Come back each week to see Dragons at their best!  #DragonPride





Player of the Week: 

Week 1:  17-14 win vs Austin Westlake
#17 Joel McClellan
Senior Linebacker Joel McClellan was vital to the team defense during the season opener. His efforts helped shut down the  legendary offensive schemes of Todd Dodge's Chaparrals. Behind the only returning starting linebacker the Dragons were able to hold the Chaparrals to just 266 yards of total offense. Along the way McClellan provided immense pressure on the quarterback off the line and helped shore up the mid-field with 9 tackles and 2 sacks.

Week 2: vs Tulsa Union
#25 Lil' Jordan Humphrey
With 163 yards rushing and 4 touchdowns Lil' Jordan Humphrey is this week's Dragon Pride Player of the Game. He averaged 7 yards per carry and added a reception for 14 yards on the night.





Week 3: vs Midland Lee
#21 Tariq Gordon
In a week that saw the opposing Midland Lee Rebels complete just 2 passes for 21 yards— it is hard not to recognize the efforts of the entire defensive backfield of the Dragons. As a two-way player Gordon also led the team with 71 receiving yards and a touchdown. 




Week 4: BYE

Week 5: vs Abilene
#12 Zac Farrar 
The Dragons dominated the Eagles early and often on Homecoming night. Leading the team with 169 yards receiving and a TD junior Zac Farrar was the Dragon Pride Player of the Week.





Week 6: vs Coppell
#47 Clark Parr
In a game dominated by another late Carroll comeback, it was the defensive play of LB Clark Parr that stood out most. Clark posted 21 tackles on the night (13 Solo and 8 Assists) against a run heavy Coppell offense. 





Week 7: vs Richland
#15 Andy Chelf
In a game were Richland was held to a mere 57 yards of total offense, the Dragons “no fly zone” was in full effect allowing just 22 yards through the air. Senior Safety, Andy Chelf led the way with 10 tackles and three passes knocked down.





Week 8: vs Euless Trinity
#18 Kevin Cramer
 Kevin Cramer was the team's leading tackler with 16 as the Dragons held top-ranked Euless to just six points. His late game interception of the Trojan's Tyler Natee helped seal the victory.  On the season Cramer  leads the team with two interceptions. 




Week 9 vs Colleyville Heritage
#25 Lil' Jordan Humphrey
Lil’ Jordan Humphrey had his best game of the season and continued his torrid pace as he rushed for a career high 261 yards on 35 carries. His 4 TDs paced the Dragons second half come back as he topped the 1,000 yard mark for the 





Week 10: vs Haltom
#10 Cameron Emery
Cameron Emery had his best game as a Dragon on Senior night. The senior wide receiver caught five passes for 91 yards and two touchdowns. He leads all Dragon receivers with three touchdown receptions on the season.





Week 11: vs L.D. Bell
#41 Jacob Copeland
The younger brother of JB Copeland has come into his own in just his sophomore season. Jacob tallied 11 tackles including 3 sacks in the regular season finale vs L.D. Bell.






Week 12: vs Mansfield (Playoffs Week 1)
# 7 Ryan Agnew
Despite three interceptions quarterback Ryan Agnew kept his cool. Agnew threw for a season high 335 yards and 4 touchdowns in an incredible come from behind victory in the Bi-District Championship game. 






Week 13: vs Denton Guyer (Playoffs Week 2)
#7 Ryan Agnew
Saving his best performances for primetime, Ryan Agnew had perhaps his best single game of the season against a highly ranked Denton Guyer team. Agnew led the team to 58 points while throwing a near perfect 21-24 for 243 yards and a TD.  He also ran for 2 TDs.  




Week 14: vs San Angelo Central (Playoffs Week 3)
#21 Tariq Gordon
Balancing out an impressive running game, Tariq was the Dragon's leading receiver. Against the Bobcats he caught 7 passes for 153 yards and a TD. He was a true long ball threat averaging 21.9 yards per catch.






Week 15: vs Cedar Hill (Playoffs Week 4)
#7 Ryan Agnew
With his best statistical performance of the season, Ryan Agnew posted 420 yards passing and 4TDs. He effectively passed to 5 different receivers with three of them catching for more than 100-yards apiece.  





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