Two Blanco High School Seniors joined the ranks of hundreds of seniors last Wednesday, February 3 when they signed letters of intent to play football at Texas A&M-Kingsville.
Layton Dworaczyk, a 5-10, 190-pound running back/safety, earned second team All-State 2A honors at running back as a senior. He ran for a school record of 2,587 yards and scored an amazing 47 touchdowns in the season.
He was the District 27-2A MVP and was named the Built Ford Tough Player of the Week after gaining 317 yards on 39 carries and scoring five touchdowns in a 33-26 win over the Luling Eagles.
He earned second team All-State 2A honors as a junior and was named the District 27-2A offensive MVP after gaining 1,518 yards and scoring 21 touchdowns.
During his sophomore year, he earned first team all-district honors. He has led the Panthers to a Bi-District championship, Area championship, State quarterfinal appearance and State semifinal appearance in his four years.
He is the son of Wayne Dworaczyk and Bonnie Palmer and plans to study Sports Marketing while attending Texas A&M-Kingsville.
Henry Greathouse, a 6-1, 275-pound defensive tackle, earned first team All-District 27-2A honors as a defensive tackle and punter as a senior at Blanco High School.
As a junior he recorded 12 sacks and was named the District 27-2A Defensive MVP, first team All-Area and third team All-State 2A. He led BHS to a Bi-District championship, Area championship, State quarterfinal appearance and State semifinal appearance in his four years.
He is the son of Bennie and Becky Greathouse and plans to study Kinesiology while there.