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G-P WR runs away with Gamechanger award

Posted: 7:17 PM, Oct 14, 2019
Updated: 2019-10-14 20:27:33-04
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Well, it's Monday -- time to announce our Friday Night Fever Gamechanger Award winner. As always, lots and lots of great choices to choose from but only one can win, so lets take a look: Lets go back to Friday night.

The Gregory-Portland Wildcats played host to Somerset in a key district showdown, and the cats came to play: especially Jude Wiggins.

He caught six passes, three of those for touchdowns to help lead the Wildcats to a 31-21 victory.

He was certainly a gamechanger, because not only did he enjoy great success at wide receiver, he also played defense back. So he played both ways all night and played a spectacular game.

So he wins our Friday Night Fever Gamechanger award.

Because of that victory they stay just one game behind of both Calallen and Alice in a very tight race in District 15-5A Division II as we enter Week 8. Here's an update look at the standings:

15-5A DIV II: Calallen 3-0; Alice 3-0; G-P 2-1; Port Lavaca 2-1; Tuloso-Midway 1-2; Southside 1-2; Floresville 0-3; Somerset 0-3

15-5A DIV. I: Miller 4-0; Flour Bluff 4-0; Veterans Memorial 3-1; Victoria East 3-2; Victoria West 2-2; Moody 2-3; Ray 1-3; King 1-4; Carroll 0-5

FNF MARQUEE MATCHUP: Flour Bluff (4-0) at Miller (4-0); 7:30 p.m. Friday at Buc Stadium