Congratulations to Jones’ Christopher Tooley, the winner of SBLive Florida's Athlete of Week award as voted by Florida high school sports fans.
Tooley, a quarterback for Jones, earned 70.91% of the 3,915 votes in a state-wide poll. In a rematch, you need someone to breakout and be the star. Tooley was that stud for the Jones Fightin’ Tigers as he threw for 198 yards and rushed for another 68, with three total touchdowns in a 42-13 win over Edgewater.
Voting is now open for this week's SBLive Florida Athlete of the Week. Click here to see the candidates and cast your vote.
Here are all the other athletes that were nominated for Nov. 21-26:
Isaac Celiscar, Winter Haven, Basketball: The guard was named the Most Valuable Player of the prestigious 17th annual Kevin Brown Memorial Tournament of Champions in Washington, Illinois Saturday after scoring 21 points against Sugar Hill (Ga.) Lanier, 78-61, in the championship game.
Anthony Colandrea, Lakewood, Football: Colandrea is back on this list for the second week in a row and for all the statistical reasons, he should be. The Virginia commitment threw for 404 yards and five touchdowns in Lakewood’s 63-42 win over Calvary Christian.
Carter Smith, Bishop Verot, Football: The Vikings locked up a trip to the Class 2S state semifinals in a 39-21 win over Frostproof, but in the meanwhile also had a county record set. The Bishop Verot quarterback threw for 213 yards, giving him 2,878 for the season, which is now a single-season Lee County record.
Mark Fletcher, Plantation American Heritage, Football: When the Patriots decided it was going to be an all out ground attack at Cardinal Gibbons, Fletcher led the way. The tailback rushed for 189 yards and two touchdowns in a 31-20 win over the Chiefs in a Class 2M region final.
Blake Boda, Cocoa, Football: The Tigers made it look easy in a 35-7 romp over South Sumter Friday night and it came via the passing attack led by Boda. The Cocoa quarterback threw for 339 yards and five touchdowns in the Tigers’ victory.
Noah Grubbs, Lake Mary, Football: Yes, we recognize great efforts in losses as well. Especially by a freshman nonetheless. The Lake Mary quarterback had himself a night against a very tough Apopka defense, throwing for 332 yards and three touchdowns in a 30-23 loss.
Asaad Waseem, Ocoee, Football: The Ocoee wide receiver went wild against the East Lake secondary in the Knights’ region final win. Waseem had nine catches for 269 yards and three touchdowns in sending Ocoee to the state semifinals.
Keyondray Jones, Ocoee, Football: Now Waseem had himself a night in catching passes and getting a lot of yardage, but Jones wasn’t too shabby either. The quarterback had 238 yards rushing to lead the Knights in a 43-19 win over East Lake.
Jayce Brown, Choctawhatchee, Football: The Kansas State commit did it on the offensive and defensive sides of the ball in the Indians’ loss to Columbia. Brown had five catches for 82 yards and two touchdowns and also nabbed two interceptions.
Creed Whittemore, Buchholz, Football: In avenging the regular season loss to Bartram Trail, Whittemore was going to need a special performance. He saved it for the Bears and scored three touchdowns in a 21-20 upset win, sending Buchholz back to the state semifinals once again.