Posted On: 10/12/20 3:08 PM

There were several good games throughout this week but there were few truly star-studded performances. From week seven, there were multiple games with a lot of high scoring action and close contests but these are the players that truly deserve the game ball for their talent they showcased on the field.

1. Ryder HernandezRyderHernandez6'0" | QBCedar Park | 2021TX - Cedar Park High School (Cedar Park, TX)

Cedar Park faced off against its district rival Georgetown and defeated the Eagles 56-24. The Timberwolves have showcased that they are a high-scoring offense throughout the season, proving that they have the talent to go toe to toe with just about anyone and that starts with a quarterback with a rocket arm, senior Ryder HernandezRyderHernandez6'0" | QBCedar Park | 2021TX. In the game against Georgetown, Hernandez threw for 327 yards and four touchdowns with no interceptions to boot. His longest scoring throw was a 53-yard bomb to senior wide receiver Jack Hestera.

2. Jack Hestera - Cedar Park High School (Cedar Park, TX)

Speaking of, Hestera also receives a game ball for his performance against Georgetown. Hestera recorded five receptions for 136 yards and two touchdowns. He had a monster performance against the Eagles. This has been the second

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