All Times MDT
Abilene Christian 3-0 7-0
West Texas A&M 3-1 7-1
Tarleton State 2-1 7-1
Midwestern State 2-2 5-2
Texas A&M-Kingsville 1-2 5-3
Angelo State 1-2 3-5
Eastern New Mexico 0-4 1-7
Central Oklahoma 3-0 4-4
Texas A&M-Commerce 2-1 4-4
Southeastern Oklahoma 1-1 3-5
East Central 1-1 2-6
Southwestern Oklahoma 1-2 2-6
Northeastern State 0-3 1-7
LSC overall standings (includes division and crossover games): Abilene Christian 6-0, Tarleton State 5-1, West Texas A&M 5-1, Midwestern State 4-2, Texas A&M-Kingsville 4-2, Texas A&M-Commerce 4-3, Angelo State 3-3, Central Oklahoma 3-3, Southeastern Oklahoma 3-3, East Central 1-5, Eastern New Mexico 1-6, Southwestern Oklahoma 1-6, Northeastern State 0-6.
Tarleton State 42, Eastern New Mexico 21; Northeastern State 45, Southwest Baptist 21; Texas A&M-Commerce 27, East Central 15; Central Oklahoma 23, Southwestern Oklahoma 15; Abilene Christian 52, West Texas A&M 35; Southeastern Oklahoma 38, Angelo State 0; Midwestern State 38, Texas A&M-Kingsville 16.
Tarleton State at Abilene Christian, 1 p.m.; Midwestern State at Central Oklahoma, 1 p.m.; Northeastern State at Southeastern Oklahoma, 1:30 p.m.; Texas A&M-Kingsville at Eastern New Mexico, 2 p.m.; West Texas A&M at Angelo State, 5 p.m.; Southwestern Oklahoma at East Central, 5 p.m.
LSC players of the week
Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, Sr. RB, Vernon, Texas — Scott broke his own LSC single-game all-purpose yards record with 408 in the Wildcats’ 52-35 win over West Texas A&M. He ran for 268 yards and two touchdowns and totaled 141 yards receiving with another TD. He had scoring runs of 47 and 65 yards in the second half.
Joseph Banyard, So. RB, Sweetwater, Texas — Rushed for a season-best 91 yards in the Greyhounds’ 42-21 loss at Tarleton State.
Craig Harris, Ablilene Christian, Jr. CB, Bellville, Texas — Harris had six tackles (all solos), two interceptions and a forced fumble against WT, and led a defense that forced five turnovers.
Jeremy Hibbler, Sr. DB, Amarillo — Had 10 tackles, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery at Tarleton.
Nick Williams, Angelo State, Fr. KR/CB, Moore, Okla. — Williams was a bright spot in the Rams’ 38-0 loss to Southeastern Oklahoma, averaging 55 yards per kickoff return, including a career-long 78-yard effort. For the season, he is averaging 40.4 yards per kickoff return.
Brandon Dominguez, Sr. DB/KR, Anton, Texas — Returned four kickoffs for 86 yards and two punts for 22 yards at Tarleton State.
Nabil El-Amin, Texas A&M-Commerce, Sr. RB, Rochester, N.Y. — El-Amin rushed for a career-high 194 yards and had two touchdowns in the Lions’ 27-15 win over East Central.
Brandon Noohi, Central Oklahoma, Jr. QB, Oklahoma City — Noohi led the Bronchos to their fourth consecutive win, sparking a second-half comeback in a 23-16 victory over Southwestern Oklahoma. He completed 16-of-22 passes for 203 yards and two TDs.
Bernard Daniel, Southeastern Oklahoma, Jr. S, Carrollton, Texas — Daniel keyed the Savage Storm’s shutout of Angelo, its first since 2006, with five solo tackles, one assist, an interception, a forced fumble and two fumble recoveries.
Chad McIntosh, Southwestern Oklahoma, Jr. PK/P, Grand Prairie, Texas — McIntosh averaged 42.6 yards on nine punts against Central Oklahoma, including a season-best boot of 62 yards. He also had field goals of 22, 29 and 47 yards.