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Players of the Week

By Staff
Oct. 15, 2001
Meridian Junior linebacker Quarious Hodges came away with 11 tackles, one sack, and one forced fumble in the Wildcats 17-0 loss to Hancock Friday night. "He had a real good game," said head coach Bill Sartin.
West Lauderdale Ninth grade running back/linebacker Caleb Dulaney has recently stepped up into a key role following the Knights 33-3 loss to Greene County Friday night. "He really did a good job and played tough all night," said head coach Stan McCain.
Northeast Sophomore quarterback Rod Smith went 5-11 passing for 101 yards in the Trojans 28-14 loss to Northeast Jones Friday night. "He did a good job as a young player," said head coach Andy Stevens.
Southeast Junior wide receiver/defensive back Roderick Baskin led the Tigers offense with numerous outstanding catches in the Tigers 21-13 loss to Newton County Friday night. "He played consistent ball for us," said head coach Dwane Taylor.`
Clarkdale There is no player of the week for the Bulldogs following a 48-12 loss to Newton Friday night. "If your down 48-0 at halftime nobody deserves it," said head coach Bubba Hathorn.
LamarSophomore lineman Vaughn Waters and junior lineman Michael Tartt share the honors this week following a 42-13 Raiders win over Copiah Academy Friday night. "They both played well on both sides of the ball allowing us to rush for 362 yards and pass for 134 yards," said head coach Mac Barnes.
Meridian Senior right center fielder Stephanie Mosley continues to be an asset following the Lady Wildcats 10-1 loss to Northwest Rankin last week. "She's speedy out in the field while hitting .400," said head coach Thad George.
West Lauderdale Senior short stop Amber Joiner went 4-4 at the plate in the Lady Knights 21-7 win over Carthage last week. "She's hitting .419 for the year while playing some great defense," said head coach Jerry Boatner.
NortheastSophomore right center fielder Grace Ann Watkins went 2-3 at the plate in the Lady Trojans 16-1 win over Neshoba Central last week. "She's a good base runner with a lot of speed," said head coach Chris Harper.
Southeast Senior right fielder Ashley Knight played some hard ball at the plate in the Lady Tigers 15-0 win over Heidelberg last week going 2-3 with an inside the park homerun. "She's really stepped up as a starter and a leader," said head coach Ryan Miller.
Clarkdale Sophomore short stop Megan Potate plays all around solid ball for the Lady Bulldogs following an 11-3 win over Enterprise last week. "She held consistent at 4-4 at the plate," said head coach Rick Roberson.