Below is a list of superlative awards as well as a roster comprised of players from both Weatherford Christian School and Willow Park Trinity Christian Academy’s high school football teams for the All-Parker County team.
The (private school) All-Parker County team is comprised of coaches’ nominations, all-district lists and input from Weatherford Democrat employees. Players included in either the superlatives list, first-team or second-team rosters are not included in any other section.
Jackson Floyd, senior QB, Weatherford Christian School (116-of-200 for 2,419 yards, 31 TDs and six INTs; 49 carries for 756 rushing yards and 11 TDs; three sacks; three forced fumbles; TAPPS 6-Man, D-III, District 2 first-team quarterback)
With Floyd out on the field, the Lions were never out of any game, as the senior quarterback consistently found a way, either with his arm or legs to help will his team to a win.
A member of both WCS’ 2018 and 2019 state finalist teams, Floyd helped the Lions (who are transitioning to 11-man this upcoming season) close out their run in 6-man with plenty to be proud of.
Offensive Player of the Year
Bryson Smith, junior WR, Weatherford Christian School (37 receptions for 887 yards and 10 TDs; TAPPS 6-Man, D-III, District 2 first-team wide receiver)
Smith provided quarterback Jackson Floyd with a big-play target, leading all WCS wideouts by more than 200 yards while averaging 24 yards per catch.
While Floyd is set to graduate, Smith should continue to build his skill set as a weapon along the perimeter with whoever ends up under center in 11-man next season.
Defensive Player of the Year
Wyatt Berry, senior MLB, Weatherford Christian School (180 total tackles, 90 of which were solo; 17 tackles for a loss; 2.5 sacks; two INTs; four forced fumbles; two fumble recoveries; one blocked FG; TAPPS 6-Man, D-III, District 2 second-team running back, first-team linebacker)
Berry proved a tackling machine in 2019, nearly breaking 200 on the year while helping his team reach its second-straight state finals game.
While also utilized as a hard-charging tailback, Berry’s dominance as part of a ballhawking Lions’ defense stocked with playmakers proved crucial in the team’s district and postseason runs.
Utility Player of the Year
Marshall Tovar, senior DE, Trinity Christian Academy (team-leading 111 total tackles; seven tackles for a loss; one sack; 99 carries for a team-leading 537 rushing yards and seven TDs; TAPPS D-III, District 1 first-team running back, first-team linebacker)
Despite the Eagles’ trying follow campaign to their successful state championship run in 2018, Tovar proved a bright spot, shining as both TCA’s leading rusher as well as a disruptive, defensive force up front.
Tovar’s versatility was further highlighted by his multiple all-district honors spanning both sides of the ball.
Coach of the Year
Stephen Cox, Weatherford Christian School
Cox is set to lead the Lions into a new chapter as the team preps for next season’s switch to 11-man after building a contender within the 6-man ranks at WCS.
Cox led the Lions to a perfect 12-0 finish in district play over the last two years, campaigns which each finished with an appearance in the state finals.
QB: Kennan Dowling, sophomore, TCA
RB: Colton Hasenjeager, junior, WCS
WR: Jarrett Foland, senior, WCS
OL: Boston Cox, freshman, WCS
OL: Brayden Smalley, sophomore, TCA
K: Luke Graham, junior, TCA
DL: Chandler Stults, junior, WCS
DL: Kaden Honeycutt, sophomore, TCA
LB: Ty Miller, sophomore, TCA
LB: Braeden Heitz, junior, TCA
DB: Jaxon Foland, sophomore, WCS
DB: Andrew Anderson, junior, TCA
QB: Landon Mcbride, junior, TCA
RB: Ezra Jakson, sophomore, TCA
WR: Ben Cowley, senior, TCA
OL: Lucas Anderson, junior, TCA
OL: Ryan Shiller, junior, TCA
DL: Devon Hardage, senior, WCS
DL: Drew Meeks, junior, WCS
LB: Hayden Hasenjaeger, sophomore, WCS
DB: Evan Crane, freshman, TCA