Last weekend was He-Man Punt, Pass and Kick Competition Weekend at the Jody Ray Sports Complex.
The seventh annual Junior He-Man PPK took place Saturday, with six lucky individuals placing. In the L'il He-Man Division for ages 6 to 8, Zayden â€śDowntownâ€ť Dennis won with 57 points and earned $100. Brett â€śThe Hitmanâ€ť Hoffman was second with 38 points and earned $75. Dallas â€śRomoâ€ť Roberts â€” this year's Most Improved Athlete winner â€” came in third with 24 points and pocketed $50. Caston â€śThe Dog Whispererâ€ť Qualls won the Got-a-Man Down Award.
In the Junior He-Man Division for ages 9 to 12, my son, Jacques â€śAaron Rodgersâ€ť Adams won with 65 points and pocketed $100. Colton â€śThe Sawâ€ť Crenshaw was runner-up with 43 points and pocketed $75. Camryn â€śWittenâ€ť Wickware was third with 41 points and earned $50. J.D. â€śButkusâ€ť Bickford was named the Most Improved Athlete, while Jon Jon â€śRisky Businessâ€ť Marquez won the Got-a-Man Down Award.
On Sunday, the 20th annual He-Man PPK took place. Joey â€śKillerâ€ť Clary took home first place with 54 points and won $500. Justin â€śBad, Bad Leroyâ€ť Brown was second with 50 points and won $230. Heavener coach Russ McDonald, this year's Most Improved Athlete, placed third with 40 points and won $140. Teddy â€śEarringsâ€ť Clary won the Got-A-Man Down Award.