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Polls Closed for Week 8's Player of the Week!

After a thrilling week 8 of Texoma high school football, we had no less than a dozen players who could have easily been nominated as our Home Zone Player of the Week, but we had to whittle them down to just four:

Clay Robertson, Quanah: 26/37, 277 yards, 1 touchdown passing; 18 carries, 163 yards, 2 TDs rushing against Clarendon.

Zach Barton, Seymour: 16/21 for 366 yards and 6 touchdowns at Olney.

Bret Lewis, Burkburnett: 11/13, 232 yards, 3 touchdowns passing; 2 TDs rushing vs Iowa Park.

J.T. Barrett, Rider: 14/16, 287 yards, 3 touchdowns passing; 7 carries, 78 yards, TD rushing at The Colony.

Polls have now closed for Week 8.

We'll announce the winner Wednesday night!

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