Cole named private school MVP; Strawn’s Nowak, Gordon’s Mackey also all-state

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(January 9, 2015) — Shadd Cole is the best “private” school six-man football player in Texas, according to Six-Man Mania.

Cole, the star spread back and linebacker who has led Stephenville FAITH to three consecutive Texas Christian Athletic League Division II championships, is listed as Private School MVP and a first-team all-state selection.

Shadd Cole of Stephenville FAITH is the Six-Mania Private School MVP. || PHoto by JESSIE HORTON/TheFlashToday.com
Shadd Cole of Stephenville FAITH is the Six-Mania Private School MVP. || PHoto by JESSIE HORTON/TheFlashToday.com

Area public school stars Harrison Nowak of Strawn and Chase Mackey of Gordon were also honored, Nowak on the first team and Mackey on the second.

Nowak smashed single-game state and national records – regardless of classification – when he passed for 845 yards and 15 touchdowns in Strawn’s 109-66 victory over Gustine.

Mackey led Gordon to the 1A Division I quarterfinals, where the Longhorns lost to district rival and state finalist May.

Strawn record-setting passer Harrison Nowak is a first-team Six-Mania all-state selection. || Photo by JESSIE HORTON
Strawn record-setting passer Harrison Nowak is a first-team Six-Mania all-state selection. || Photo by JESSIE HORTON/TheFlashToday.com
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Second-Team Six-Mania all-state selection Chase Mackey powers for yards against rival Strawn. || Photo by JESSIE HORTON
Second-Team Six-Mania all-state selection Chase Mackey powers for yards against rival Strawn. || Photo by JESSIE HORTON/TheFlashToday.com

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