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Nocona's Hayden Hill Takes Player of the Week!

Nocona's Hayden Hill edged out Burkburnett's Bret Lewis in a narrow vote for the final Home Zone Player of the Week Award for the 2011 HS football season!

Hill ran for 197 yards and two touchdowns in the Indians' win at City View which clinched a playoff spot for Nocona.

He also completed two passes for 88 yards, including a 61-yard touchdown pass to Edward Cardoza that gave the Indians the lead for good at 35-28 late in the first half.

The Indians will face Crawford in a Region I-2A Division II Bi-District playoff game Friday night at 7:30 in Springtown.

Click on the video link to hear from Hayden Hill about winning the award, making the playoffs, and the great support the Indians receive from the Nocona community!

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