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Tate Fenoglio Wins Player of the Week!

Nocona's Tate Fenoglio outvoted Munday's Dee Paul, Quanah's Clay Robertson and Electra's Michael Bishop to win the Texas Ford Player of the Week award for Zero Week!

Tate, usually a running back, replaced injured quarterback Hayden Hill for the Indians' opener at Whitewright, and gained 425 all-purpose yards while accounting for seven touchdowns in Nocona's 55-47 win over the Tigers.

Fenoglio accepted his award on Wednesday afternoon at practice.

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