QB Ezra Brennan, Sr., Mitchell
Throwing for five touchdowns in a game is something that most high school quarterbacks can only dream about.
For Ezra Brennan, it’s becoming common.
The senior has done it three times in the past two seasons.
Last year, he did it for the first time against Cypress Creek to set the school record.
Against Sunlake, he tied his own record by throwing for five scores. He also added a rushing touchdown in a 47-0 win.
This past weekend, Brennan did it — again.
He threw for five more touchdowns in a 52-14 win over Sickles.
Brennan now has 22 touchdown passes and just three interceptions this for the undefeated Mustangs (7-0).
The fans’ pick
OL David Tibbs, Sr., Countryside
The Cougars turn out quality offensive linemen so routinely it seems as if they roll off an assembly line.
Jeff Mitchell. Tyler Moore. Brandon Pertile.
The list goes on.
David Tibbs is the latest.
The 6-foot-6, 290 pound senior has played on varsity for just about his entire high school career and anchors the line, which is always a strength for Countryside.
Against Northeast, Tibbs paved the way for the Cougars to rack up more than 300 yards of offense in a win.
Fans approved of the performance. Tibbs received 48 percent of the votes (1,936) to beat out Hudson’s Ladamien Starks, who had 31percent (1,249 votes).