Vote Now: Choose the Top Football Player from Week 7
Help decide which St. Charles County football player had the best week.
It's time for another edition of the St. Charles County Athlete of the Week fan poll.
This week we turn our attention to the football field. Tell us in the poll below: Which St. Charles County football player had the best Week 7?
Teddy Williamson—Fort Zumwalt West: Teddy Williamson had no problem finding the endzone on Friday night. In Zumwalt West's win against Howell Central, Williamson helped power the Jaguars' offense with four scores. He ran the ball 20 times in the contest and racked up 201 yards. Four of his runs went for scores—a 4-yard run in the first, a 5-yard run in the second and a pair of long runs in the third. The first was a 60-yard score; the second was a score from 80-yards out.
Deantrell Prince—Christian High School: Deantrell Prince was a force to be reckoned with for O'Fallon Christian against Trinity. In the Eagles 48-21 win, Prince could not be stopped. Running the ball, he picked up 147 yards on five carries (29.4 yards per attempt) and had two rushing touchdowns—one a 17-yard run, the other an 83-yard run. Prince also snared four passes for 98 yards and a score on a 66-yard pass. To finish out his scoring, he had a 94-yard kickoff return for a score.
Tray Mitchell—Holt: Tray Mitchell carried the load for Holt in Saturday's win against Fort Zumwalt East. In an upset, the Indians knocked off the Lions 35-13 and Mitchell's ground game was a huge reason for the win. Carrying the ball 17 times, Mitchell racked up a staggering 245 yards—an impressive 14.4-yard per attempt. He picked up two long touchdowns—one from 37 yards out and the other from 49 yards. His third score was easier, scoring on a two-yard run.