KJCCC FOOTBALL Athletes of the Week, Week 5

Sept. 25 KJCCC Football Players of the Week - Kevin Brown (Highland, Offense); DeMarion Williams (Highland, Defense); Ty Zentner (Butler, Special Teams)

Offensive Player of the Week - Kevin Brown, Highland
Highland won a thriller 47-38 in overtime over Coffeyville. In the contest, the Scotties ran for 242 yards as a team with Kevin Brown leading the way. Brown ran for 153 yards on 16 carries, out-rushing Coffeyville himself, as he gained 9.8 yards per touch. He scored a pair of touchdowns in the contest one on the ground being a 71-yard run to paydirt, while also scoring off a reception. The 100-plusyard game is the second of Brown's career at Highland in just eight games played. The sophomore currently ranks third in the KJCCC in total rushing yards (364) and rush yards per game (91), while ranking 11th and 14th in Nation in both categories, respectively.
Others nominated - Makiya Caesar, Butler; Nolan Arrington, Hutchinson

Defensive Player of the Week - Damarion Williams, Highland
Highland won a thriller 47-38 in Overtime over Coffeyville. The Scottie defense held Coffeyville to just 92 yards passing and intercepted a single game school record six passes as a team. Sophomore, Damarion Williams intercepted four passes himself on the day which is a school record by an individual for a single game and the final interception was in overtime ending the contest and he returned it for a touchdown to put an exclamation point on the game. He has doubled his interception total from last year with six this season and leads the KJCCC and the Nation. On the season along with his six interceptions he has 15 tackles and 10 pass breakups.
Others nominated - Jordan Smith, Butler; Malik Wilkerson, Hutchinson

Special Teams Player of the Week - Ty Zentner, Butler
Butler's Ty Zentner kicked the game-winning field goal as the Grizzlies beat Dodge City in overtime. His winning kick came from 35 yards out. It was his fourth field goal of the game. He was also perfect on extra points, making all seven kicks he attempted in the winning effort. Zentner also punted five times, averaging 40.6 yards per kick with a long of 59 yards with one touchback and one punt dropped in at the 2-yard line.
Others nominated - Ben Raybon, Garden City; Ryan Schemtob, Highland