Lopsided victories dominated Week 2 of the high school football season in Cleveland County.
The routs were fueled by a few standout individual performances on both offense and defense.
Fans can vote on who they think should earn The Transcript's high school football player of the week award until 8 a.m., Monday. A Twitter account is required to cast a vote.
The award is decided using a combination of online fan voting and the Transcript sports staff.
Here are the candidates for The Transcript's high school football player of the week award:
WR Jackson Bush, Community Christian: The senior helped CCS capture its first win of the season, racing past the OKC Patriots 60-6 on Friday. Bush accounted for 146 yards receiving on nine catches and four touchdown receptions.
CB Davonta Frazier, Westmoore: The Jaguar offense kept humming in a 46-7 win over Southmoore, but Frazier highlighted a dominant Westmoore defensive performance. He had two interceptions — one of which he returned 40 yards — and made five tackles, one tackle for loss and broke up two passes.
QB Collin Gibson, Little Axe: Gibson led the Indians to a 30-20 win over U.S. Grant on Friday. The junior had 193 yards rushing and 142 yards passing, scoring four times (two passing, two rushing) to help Little Axe win its first game of the season.
QB Cade Horton, Norman High: NHS stormed past Deer Creek 49-7 on Friday, picking up most of its production from its senior quarterback. Horton tossed two passing touchdowns and ran in two more scores on top of accumulating 328 passing yards and 77 rushing yards.
🏈 PLAYER OF THE WEEK 🏈With Week 2 in the books, who has your vote for the @transcript high school football player of the week award?— Joe Buettner (@ByJoeBuettner) September 14, 2019
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