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October 11, 2012

Coleman Area College Player Report

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PORT ARTHUR — Adrian Guillory, Lamar, DB (Central):Guilloy had one tackle in the 30-23 loss to Northwestern State, giving him 17 tackles this season.

Jacoby Hale, Utah, LB (Central): Hale had four tackles, including one for a loss, in the 38-28 loss to Southern California, giving him 16 tackles this season.

David Hollyfield, Lamar, DL (Silsbee): Hollyfield had one tackle in the 30-23 loss to Northwestern State, giving him five tackles this season.

Keenan Holman, Southern Methodist, WR (Central): Holman had five catches for 47 yards in the 17-0 victory over Texas-El Paso. The junior has 19 catches for 218 yards this season.

Ortavious Hypolite, Stephen F. Austin, DB (West Orange-Stark): Hypolite had two tackles in the 51-43 loss to Sam Houston State, giving him six tackles this season.

Willie Jefferson, Stephen F. Austin, DE (Ozen): Isadore had eight tackles, including one two for a loss, and one sack in the 51-43 loss to Sam Houston State, giving him 23 tackles this season.

Dravannti Johnson, Incarnate Word, LB (Nederland): Johnson had five tackles, two sacks and forced a fumble in the 31-9 victory over Texas A&M-Commerce. The senior has 18 tackles, three sacks, two quarterback hits and one forced fumble this season.

Marcus Malbrough, Lamar, DL (West Brook): Malbrough had three tackles in the 30-23 loss to Northwestern State, giving him 10 tackles this season.

Shane McCardell, Mississippi State, DE (West Brook): McCardell had one tackle for a loss in the 27-14 victory over Kentucky, giving him two tackles this season.

Vance McDonald, Rice, TE (East Chambers): McDonald had two catches for 11 yards in the 14-10 loss to Memphis. The senior has 18 catches for 239 yards and a touchdown this season.

Christine Michael, Texas A&M, RB (West Brook): Michael had four carries for 21 yards and two catches for 14 yards in the 30-27 victory over Mississippi. The senior has 104 rushing yards and three TDs this season.

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