Normally, the fewer times an offense possesses the ball, the lower the team's overall scoring output becomes. And ultimately, the less likely that team secures victory.

Tenaha senior Cobe Caraway was anything but normal Saturday afternoon. The speedy running back made every single one of his carries count in the Tigers' 34-24 win over Overton, scoring on five of them.

Caraway finished with 270 yards and five touchdowns on just eight rushing attempts, making him the Queen Offensive Player of the Week, following Week 9 winner -- Carthage quarterback Jarod Blissett.

Remarkably, the Tigers (7-1, 4-0 in District 11-2A Division II) needed only five offensive possessions and 10 plays from scrimmage for the win. Caraway touched the ball on eight of those plays, and averaged an astounding 33.8 yards per carry.

For the season, Caraway has rushed for 1,318 yards and 19 touchdowns in 114 attempts (11.6 yards per carry) in seven games.

Tenaha closes out the regular season Friday at Mount Enterprise. Queen Offensive Players of the Week