Editor’s Note: During the UIL State Championships at AT&T Stadium, TexasHSFootball will be presenting an MVP award of the game as voted on by the fans in partnership with VCRNow. For more information on how to vote, click here.
The Newton Eagles pulled away in the fourth quarter and snapped Gunter’s 31 game winning streak en route to a 40-16 win in the Class 3A Division II state championship game. There were many big moments and plays from a great game, but quarterback Josh Foster facilitated a great game and he takes home the TexasHSFootball MVP award presented by VCRNow.
— Texas HS Football (@texashsfootball) December 22, 2017
Foster made big plays when he needed to, throwing for 217 yards and three touchdowns and added 39 yards rushing and another score as well. He also finished with two tackles on the defensive side of the football.
The Eagles finished the year 15-0 and take home their first state championship since 2005.
As the winner of the MVP award, Foster will receive a commemorative custom MVP football, a full scholarship to the Football University Camp of their choice as well as an image collage.
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