The senior scored 18 points, had 4 rebounds, 3 blocks and 3 steals in a 60-43 win against Beebe.
Underwood received 40.37% of the vote, beating out Lamar’s Damien Hendrix who finished second with 24.65%. Harding Academy’s Ryan McGaha finished third with 12.41% and Ozark’s Landon Wright finished fourth with 6.13%. There were over 58,000 votes tallied this week!
Here are the other athletes who were nominated for Nov. 8-14:
Sundquist Church, Fort Smith Northside football
The senior ran 21 times for 204 yards and 2 touchdowns in the Grizzlies’ 47-21 win over Bentonville West.
Ty Massey, Fort Smith Northside football
The senior ran 15 times for 147 yards and 3 touchdowns in the Grizzlies’ 47-21 win over Bentonville West.
Keaton Stone, White Hall boys basketball
Stone scored 29 points, had 2 assists and 6 rebounds in a 89-55 victory over Searcy. He also made 5-of-8 three-pointers and shot 12-of-16 from the floor.
Carson Morgan, Bentonville West football
The junior rushed 17 times for 105 yards in the Wolverines’ 47-21 loss to Fort Smith Northside.
Charlie Fiser, Pulaski Academy football
The senior completed 23-of-30 passes for 201 yards and 2 touchdowns in the Bruins 36-21 win over Harrison.
John Mark Charette, Pulaski Academy football
The sophomore hauled in 11 catches for 110 yards and a touchdown in the Bruins 36-21 win over Harrison.
Patton Whicker, Pulaski Academy football
Whicker had three interceptions in the Bruins’ 36-1 victory over Harrison.
Jalen Dupree, Malvern football
The sophomore rushed 36 times for 288 yards and 3 touchdowns in the Leopards’ 28-20 win over Dewitt.
Logan Plumlee, Harrison football
The senior completed 30-of-35 passes for 339 yards and 2 touchdown in the Goblins’ 36-21 loss to Pulaski Academy.
Layne Taylor, Farmington boys basketball
Taylor scored 35 points in a 84-61 victory over Central Arkansas Christian in the Lamar Invitational.
Randon Ray, Booneville football
The senior ran for 3 touchdowns, passed for another and picked off a pair of passes in the Bearcats’49-21 win over Salem.
Cody Elliott, Booneville football
The junior set a Booneville playoff record when he scored on an 81-yard touchdown run in the Bearcats’49-21 win over Salem.
A.J. McCandis, Viiola girls basketball
McCandis scored 17 points, grabbed 7 rebounds and had 7 assists in a 51-50 loss to Ozark Mountain.
Max Brooks, Crossett football
The sophomore recorded 8.5 tackles in the in the Eagles’ 49-7 victory over Pottsville.
Jesse Wells, Paris boys basketball
Wells scored 12 of his 29 points in the first quarter to lead Paris to a 59-41 victory over New Life Christian.
Da’Shawn Chairs, Elkins football
The sophomore had 25 carries for 219 yards and 4 touchdowns, including a 49-yard jaunt, in the Elks’ 29-23 victory over Dardanelle.
Eli Wisdom, Shiloh Christian football
The junior rushed five times for 106 yards, including a 66-yard run, and threw for 201 yards and a pair of touchdown passes, in the Saints’ 48-7 win over Cave City.
Kori Sanders, Lamar girls basketball
Sanders scored 24 points to lead Lamar to a 70-52 victory over Central Arkansas Christian.
Donovan Whitten, Arkadelphia football
The junior completed 12 of 21 passes for 149 yards and 2 TDs in the Badgers’ 56-26 win over Clinton.
Jaishon Davis, Arkadelphia football
The senior rushed 12 times for 156 yards and 5 touchdowns in the Badgers’ 56-26 win over Clinton.
Evan Escobedo, Booneville boys basketball
Escobedo scored 27 points in a 68-63 overtime victory over Mansfield.
DaVonta Hubbard, Camden Harmony Grove football
The sophomore intercepted a pass to seal the game in the Hornets’ 35-29 win over Harrisburg.
Jayden Fricks, Ashdown football
The junior had 23 carries for 126 yards, to top the 1,000-yard mark for the season, the Panthers 35-14 victory over Lonoke.
Landon Rowe, Ashdown football
The senior tallied 15 tackles the Panthers 35-14 victory over Lonoke.
Quinn Johnson, Izard County girls basketball
Johnson scored 24 points in a 52-36 victory over Calico Rock.
Jacovey Barker, Camden Fairview football
The senior had five sacks to break the school record in the Panthers’ 26-21 win over Greene County Tech
Arquavion Martin, Camden Fairview football
The junior picked off a pass and returned it 86 yards for a touchdown in the Panthers’ 26-21 win over Greene County Tech.
Jacob Mathis, Greenbrier football
The senior caught seven passes for 103 yards and picked off a pass and returned it 50 yards for a touchdown in the Panthers’ 31-28 win over Maumelle.
Cooper Wilcox, Greenbrier football
The senior completed 15-of-31 passes for 235 yards and 2 touchdowns and ran the ball 17 times for 71 yards and another score, in the Panthers’ 31-28 win over Maumelle.
Nick Huett, Greenbrier football
The senior rushed 23 times for 108 yards and had two catches for 11 yards in the Panthers’ 31-28 win over Maumelle.
Bradley Turnage, Greenbrier football
The senior booted the game-winning field goal – making him 7 for 7 on field goals this season, and a perfect 65 of 65 on extra points – in the Panthers’ 31-28 win over Maumelle.
Evan Goldman, The New School boys basketball
Goldman scored 24 points to lead The New School to a 69-43 victory over Dover.
Damien Hendrix, Lamar football
The junior scored on two touchdown runs in the Warriors’ 21-20 win over Gentry.
Olivia Pielemeier, Lake Hamilton girls cross country
Pielemeier finished second and was the highest-finishing Arkansan in the Arkansas-Oklahoma All-Star Cross Country meet in Rogers in 18:35.02.
Landon Wright, Ozark football
The junior rushed for 197 yards and 5 touchdowns in the Hillbillies’ 48-18 win over Huntsville.
Kolton Reynolds, Huntsville football
The senior scored on a 70-yard touchdown run in the Eagles’ 48-18 loss to Ozark.
Gage Lindsey, Mountain Home football
The senior rushed for 192 yards and 1 touchdown in the Bombers’ 21-14 win over Sylvan Hills.
Andrew Westphal, Mountain Home boys cross country
Westphal finished fourth and was the highest-finishing Arkansan in the Arkansas-Oklahoma All-Star Cross Country meet in Rogers in 16:05.37.
Joshua Shepherd, Rogers football
The senior rushed 17 times for 246 yards and 3 touchdowns in the Mounties’ 51-17 win over Little Rock Catholic.
Ryan McGaha Harding Academy football
McGaha had three defensive touchdowns in a 56-6 victory over West Fork.
Logan Young, Dover girls basketball
Young scored 23 points to lead Dover to a 63-34 victory over The New School.
Logan McCann, Camden Harmony Grove football
The senior defensive end had a a season-high 16 total tackles (9 solo and 7 assists) and 2 tackles for loss.
Koby Bradley, Nettleton football
Ran for 281 yards on 26 carries and added four touchdowns in Nettleton’s 33-14 win over Hot Springs.
Jordan A Mills, Lakeside football
Threw for 232 yards and two touchdowns in the first round of the playoffs against Wynne.