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Muscle Milk Players of the Month for October
November 13, 2012By Matt Malatesta of VYPE MAGAZINE - North Houston
And the Winners Are...
The Woodlands, Football, Senior
The Woodlands Highlanders have had an up and down season with injuries and more losses than usual with their tough schedule. One constant has been athlete Jayme Taylor, who has been asked to play receiver, running back and quarterback already this season. The Northwestern-commit will likely play tight end or receiver in college, but when the Highlanders' starting quarterback went down, the 6-foot-4 Taylor stepped in nicely. Taylor also stars as a post for the basketball team as well.
Clear Falls, Volleyball, Sophomore
Welcome to the big show Clear Falls. The second-year program bumped up to Class 5A from 4A this season in one of the tougher volleyball districts in the city. They faired very well going 9-3 in district and reached the regional finals in their first season. Their headliner is sophomore Alyssa Enneking, who is one of the area's leading kill artists. Enneking was the Newcomer of the Year last season and will be a star on the circuit the next two seasons as college coaches chase for her signature.
John Cooper School, Basketball, Senior
Kendra Cooper is putting the John Cooper School in The Woodlands on the girls' basketball map with her play on the hardwood. Cooper, who is the daughter of the boys' basketball coach, never had a shot a being anything other than a big-time hooper. Her brother played at College Park and will be a starter at Hartford University in Connecticut this season. Cooper hasn't determined where she will play her college ball yet, but she is going to make some certain program happy.
Cypress Falls, Basketball, Senior
District 17-5A is a competitive basketball district with the likes of Cypress Falls, Langham Creek, Cy Springs and Cy Woods among others. Falls went 12-1 a year ago as Kavin Gilder-Tilbury led the Eagles in scoring. Well he's back and wants another district championship to add to his resume before he heads off to play for the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks in college. The 6-foot-5 shooting guard is fluid with a nice tough and can run the floor.