Making the Play

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Coaches nominate the top playmakers in high school varsity football this week.

• Beaufort High’s Tyler Wilson, the 6’3”, 250 pound offensive tackle, graded out at 84% and had two knockdown blocks and is probably the most improved player from last year.

• Beaufort High’s Zach Brown, the 6’0”, 180 pound defensive safety, had nine tackles and a pass break up. He played a great game and was all over the field.

• Battery Creek Senior Teyvon Jennette led the Dolphin receivers this past week grading out at 90% for the game and making a key first down catch to keep a scoring drive alive. He recorded three catches total for 21 yards for the game. His blocking was exceptional leading to several long runs for the team. Teyvon was named outstanding offensive performer for the game by the coaching staff.

• Battery Creek Junior Jason Green led the Dolphin defense in tackles, tackles for loss and hardest hits this past week. He recorded 12 solo tackles and three tackles for loss, while forcing two fumbles. His outstanding leadership on the field helped force four turnover by Estill. Jason was named outstanding defensive performer by the coaching staff for his efforts in the game.

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