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  1. Texas commits head into State Semi Final round And then there were three. Three Texas commits remain in contention for the big prize, the state championship. Cameron Dicker, the kicker for Lake Travis; B.J. Foster, the do it all player for Angleton; and Keaontay Ingram, the workhorse tailback for Carthage, all walked away winners in the state regional finals last week. Texas already has one state champion commit, from Kentucky, in Rondale Moore who was also named Kentucky’s “Mr Football” last week. Now, in the state semifinals, everything gets a bit more difficult and complicated. Foster could be playing in the state’s best contest this week when he and his Wildcat team mates take on Manvel in NRG Stadium. The amount of talent on the field will be staggering. Ingram and his Bulldogs will meet undefeated LaVega at the Ford Center in Frisco. And Dicker and the Cavaliers will take on powerful Katy in the Alamodome. Keep an eye on the Boling vs Newton game in Porter. Boling Do-it-all Vernon Jackson, a Texas target, had the mother of all nights last week when he racked up 418 yards on 36 carries and five touchdowns. TEXAS COMMITS IN THE PLAYOFFS CAMERON DICKER, Lake Travis kicker – 5 for 5 on PATS, 1 28 yd FG in regional final win. BJ FOSTER, TB/S, Angleton - 126 yards rushing - 14 carries, 3 TDs, 6 catches for 89 yards in 41-10 win over Richmond Foster. KEOANTAY INGRAM, RB, Carthage – 130 yards on 19 carries, 3 TDs. 1 reception for 19 yards. 35-0 win over Henderson. SEASON COMPLETED
 2018 Class
 BRENNAN EAGLES, WR, Alief Taylor CASEY THOMPSON, QB, Newcastle OK BYRON HOBBS, LB, FW Eastern Hills AYODELE ADEOYE, LB, IMG Academy CAMERON RISING, QB, Newbury Park CA DEMARVION OVERSHOWN, S, Arp MALCOM EPPS, TE, Dekaney JALEN GREEN, CB, Houston Heights RHAFITI GHIRMAI, OL, Frisco Wakeland RONDALE MOORE, WR, Louisville Trinity ALVONTE WOODARD, WR, Houston Lamar D’SHAWN JAMISON, CB, Houston Lamar REESE MOORE, OT, Seminole KEONDRE COBURN, DT, Houston Spring Westfield CADEN STERNS, DB, Cibolo Steele 2019 Class ROSCHON JOHNSON, QB, Port Neches Groves TEXAS TARGETS Jordan Whittington , Cuero, caught eight passes for 136 yards. Grant Tisdale, Allen, was 10-13 passing for 99 yards and a touchdown while running for 51 yards and two scores on 16 carries. Theo Wease caught four passes for 51 yards. Garrett Wilson caught seven passes for 95 yards and a touchdown. Vernon Jackson ran for 418 yards and five touchdowns on 36 carries. CLASS 6A, Div 1 SEMIFINALS Allen (14-0) vs. RR Cedar Ridge (13-1), 2 p.m. Saturday, McLane Stadium, Waco Katy (12-0) vs. Austin Lake Travis (12-2), 3 p.m. Saturday, Alamo Stadium, San Antonio CLASS 6A DIVISION II SEMIFINALS Waco Midway (14-0) vs. Longview (13-1), 6 p.m. Saturday, Allen Cypress Fairbanks (13-0) vs. Austin Westlake (14-0), 3 p.m. Saturday, NRG Stadium, Houston CLASS 5A, DIV 1 SEMIFINALS Denton Ryan (14-0) vs. Highland Park (13-1), 9 p.m. Friday, AT&T Stadium, Arlington Manvel (13-0) vs. Angleton (13-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday, NRG Stadium, Houston 
 CLASS 5A DIV 2 SEMIFINALS Aledo (14-0) vs. Mansfield Legacy (12-2), 2 p.m. Saturday, Pennington Field, Bedford College Station (12-2) vs. Austin McCallum (14-0), 7 p.m. Saturday, NRG Stadium, Houston CLASS 4A DIV 1 
SEMIFINALS Stephenville (12-2) vs. Kennedale (13-1), 5 p.m. Friday, AT&T Stadium, Arlington Carthage (14-0) vs. Waco La Vega (14-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Ford Center, Frisco 
 CLASS 4A DIV 2 SEMIFINALS Graham (14-0) vs. Texarkana Pleasant Grove (14-0), 7 p.m. Thursday, Ford Center, Frisco West Orange-Stark (12-0) vs. Wimberley (13-1), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Legacy Stadium, Katy 
CLASS 3A DIV 1 SEMIFINALS Brock (12-2) vs. Kemp (13-1), 7 p.m. Thursday, AT&T Stadium, Arlington Rockdale (11-3) vs. Yoakum (13-1), 7 p.m. Friday, Cy-Fair FCU Stadium, Cypress 
 CLASS 3A DIV 2 SEMIFINALS Canadian (14-0) vs. Gunter (14-0), 7 p.m. Friday, Vernon Newton (13-0) vs. Boling (9-3), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Texan Drive Stadium, Porter 
CLASS 2A DIV 1 SEMIFINALS Stratford (13-1) vs. Mart (13-1), 7 p.m. Thursday, Snyder San Augustine (14-0) vs. Refugio (12-1), 7 p.m. Thursday, Berry Center, Cypress 
 CLASS 2A DIV 2 SEMIFINALS Wellington (13-1) vs. Muenster (14-0), 7 p.m. Thursday, Vernon Tenaha (14-0) vs. Burton (13-1), 7 p.m. Thursday, Crockett 

  2. Pleasant Grove makes school history Texarkana Pleasant Grove High School has only been in operation since 1987, but still thats a long time to go without winning a district title or have an undefeated season. But thats exactly what PGHS did when they defeated Gladewater 50-7 last Friday night. For the first time in school history, a 10-0 season was achieved, a district title was achieved, and its first ever bi-district game was scheduled for this Friday against Tatum. The AP has Pleasant Grove ranked #8 currently in the state’s 4A top 10. Want to see all the playoff games and bracket set ups throughout the classifications? Check out the link from the UIL website! http://www.uiltexas.org/football/playoff-brackets NOTABLE GAMES THIS WEEK Lewisville Hebron vs Allen Rockwall vs #8 The Woodlands Houston Heights vs Langham Creek Longview vs West Brook Texarkana vs #6 Highland Park Port Neches Groves vs Crosby Perryton vs #10 Sweetwater Lorena vs Caldwell Rockdale vs Malakoff Cameron Yoe vs Teague Idalou vs Childress TEXAS COMMITS IN THE STATE PLAYOFFS CLASS 6A, DIV 1 Cameron Dicker CAMERON DICKER, K, Austin Lake Travis defeated Vandegrift 40-28. No stats available. Lake Travis vs Madison, Friday, 7:30 p.m. LT ISD Stadium ALVONTE WOODARD, WR; D’SHAWN JAMISON, DB defeated Westbury 36-18. Woodard caught four passes for 176 yards and 2 TDs. Lamar vs Cypress Falls, Friday, 7 p.m. Delmar Stadium CLASS 6A, DIV 2 MALCOM EPPS, TE, Dekaney defeated Macarthur 38-0. Epps had 4 catches for 106 yards and 2 TDs. #9 Klein Collins vs Dekaney, Friday, 7 p.m. Klein Stadium JALEN GREEN, CB, Houston Heights was idle last week. Houston Heights vs Langham Creek, Friday, 7 p.m. C-F FCU Stadium Keondre Coburn KEONDRE COBURN, DT, Houston Spring Westfield defeated Aldin Davis 34-10. No stats available. Spring Westfield vs Stratford Friday, 7 p.m. George Stadium CADEN STERNS, S, Cibolo Steele defeated Shertz Clemens 14-13. Sterns had 3 receptions for 19 yards. Cibolo Steele vs SA Brennan, Friday, 7:30 p.m. Gustafson Stadium CLASS 5A, DIV 1 Rhafiti Ghirmai RHAFITI GHIRMAI, OL, Frisco Wakeland defeated Frisco 62-28. No stats available. Frisco Wakeland vs Prosper, Thursday, 7 p.m. Eagles Stadium BJ FOSTER, S, Angleton defeated Port Lavaca Calhoun 48-7. Foster did not play. #5 Angleton vs Highlands, Friday 7:30 p.m. Alamo Stadium CLASS 5A, DIV 2 Roschon Johnson ROSCHON JOHNSON, QB, Port Neches-Groves lost to Nederland 36-35. Johnson had 292 yards rushing and five TDs Port Neches Groves vs. Crosby, Friday, 7 p.m. Stallworth Stadium CLASS 4A, DIV 1 KEAONTAY INGRAM, RB, Carthage defeated Chapel Hill 49-20. Ingram rushed for 107 yards and scored 3 TDs. #1 Carthage vs Hargrave, Thursday, 7 p.m., Bulldog Field CLASS 4A, DIV 2 REESE MOORE, OT, Seminole, was idle last week. Seminole vs Dalhart, Thursday, 7 p.m. Seminole CLASS 3A, DIV 2 DEMARVION OVERSHOWN, S, Arp defeated Harleton 31-14 last week. No stats available. Arp vs #4 Newton, Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Wolf Stadium KENTUCKY CLASS 6A RONDALE MOORE, WR, Louisville Trinity KY defeated Campbell County 51-13 in the 2nd round of the Kentucky 6A state playoffs. Moore had 4 receptions for 91 yards and 2 TDs. Moore also threw a 45-yard TD pass.
 Trinity (12-0) vs. Simon Kenton (11-1) Friday 7:30 p.m. at Trinity SEASON IS COMPLETED BRENNAN EAGLES, WR, Alief Taylor CASEY THOMPSON, QB, Newcastle OK BYRON HOBBS, LB, FW Eastern Hills AYODELE ADEOYE, LB, IMG Academy CAMERON RISING, QB, Newbury Park CA AP TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL POLLS Class 6A 1. Allen (22) (10-0) 2. Katy (2) (8-0) 3. Austin Westlake (10-0) 4. Garland Sachse (10-0) 5. Waco Midway (10-0) 6. Duncanville (10-0) 7. The Woodlands (7-1) 8. Klein Collins (9-0) 9. Converse Judson (9-1) 10. DeSoto (9-1) Others receiving votes: Spring Westfield 20. Mansfield 9. San Angelo Central 7. Lake Travis 6. Humble Atascocita 4. San Benito 4. Smithson Valley 3. SA Northside O'Connor 1. Keller Fossil Ridge 1. Class 5A 1. Aledo (14) (10-0) 2. Manvel (9) (9-0) 3. Denton Ryan (1) (10-0) 4. CC Calallen (10-0) 5. Angleton (9-0) 6. Cedar Park (9-1) 7. Dallas Highland Park (9-1) 8. Dripping Springs (10-0) 9. Frisco Lone Star (9-1) 10. Colleyville Heritage (9-1) Others receiving votes: Mansfield Lake Ridge 14. Lubbock Coronado 10. College Station 4. Hutto 2. Austin McCallum 1. Port Neches-Groves 1. Class 4A 1. Carthage (20) (10-0) 2. West Orange-Stark (3) (8-0) 3. Argyle (1) (10-0) 4. Waco La Vega (10-0) 5. Cuero (9-0) 6. Midlothian Heritage (10-0) 7. Kennedale (9-1) 8. Tex. Pleasant Grove (10-0) 9. Graham (10-0) 10. Lubbock Estacado (9-1) Others receiving votes: Van 2. Gilmer 2.Seminole 2. Rio Hondo 1. Houston North Forest 1. Melissa 1. Kaufman 1. Fischer Canyon Lake 1. Class 3A 1. Gunter (13) (10-0) 2. Wall (4) (10-0) 3. Lexington (3) (10-0) 4. Newton (4) (9-0) 5. Canadian (10-0) 6. Yoakum (9-1) 7. Hallettsville (8-1) 8. Sonora (10-0) 9. Big Sandy Harmony (10-0) 10. New London W. Rusk (8-1) Others receiving votes: Mount Vernon 13. Brock 10. Malakoff 9. Woodville 5. Goliad 5. Grandview 1. Franklin 1. Class 2A 1. Tenaha (16) (10-0) 2. Mason (4) (10-0) 3. Muenster (10-0) 4. Albany (10-0) 5. Mart (2) (9-1) (tie) Refugio (2) (8-1) 7. De Leon (10-0) 8. Bremond (9-1) 9. San Augustine (10-0) 10. Wellington (9-1) Others receiving votes: Big Sandy 3. Burton 2. Joaquin 1. Abernathy 1. 13, Thrall 1. Valley View 1. Stratford 1.
  3. Three Texas commits named semifinalists for Mr. Texas Football award (courtesy DCTF) Dave Campbell’s Texas Football and the Texas Bowl proudly announce the 25 semifinalists for the Mr. Texas Football High School Player of the Year Award presented by Wells Fargo. Mr. Texas Football presented by Wells Fargo annually recognizes the most outstanding high school football player in the state of Texas. Each week, fans are given a chance to vote for the player of the week on TexasFootball.com. At the end of the high school football season, 10 finalists will be named. Fans can then cast their vote as to who should be named Mr. Texas Football. The winner of the 2017 Mr. Texas Football Award presented by Wells Fargo will be announced prior to the 2017 Texas Bowl, which will be played on Wednesday, Dec. 27 at NRG Stadium in Houston. Former winners of the award include 2012 Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel (2010 winner, Kerrville Tivy), former Texas Longhorns running back Johnathan Gray (2011 winner, Aledo), Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Jacquizz Rodgers (2007 winner, Lamar Consolidated) and Carolina Panthers quarterback Garrett Gilbert (2008 winner, Lake Travis). Texas A&M freshman wide receiver Roshauud Paul took home the award in 2016. The 2017 Texas Bowl will once again feature a matchup between Big 12 and SEC opponents. The 2016 Texas Bowl, which was among the top-5 most-attended bowls in the country for the third consecutive year, featured the Kansas State Wildcats, representing the Big 12 Conference, and the Texas A&M Aggies, representing the SEC. The Wildcats defeated the Aggies 33-28 behind quarterback Jesse Ertz’s MVP-winning performance. Overall, the Texas Bowl has ranked fourth in attendance since 2014, trailing only the Rose, Cotton and Peach Bowls in that time. For more information, visit TheTexasBowl.com. MR. TEXAS FOOTBALL SEMIFINALISTS Albany QB Brian Hamilton Allen RB Brock Sturges Angleton RB/DB BJ Foster Carthage RB Keaontay Ingram Converse Judson QB Julon Williams Crosby RB Craig Williams Denton Ryan QB Spencer Sanders El Paso Montwood QB Andrew Fernandez Gilmer QB Poppy Brown Happy QB Colton McCarley Hewitt Midway QB Tanner Mordecai Katy DE Michael Matus Lubbock Coronado QB Qua Gray Malakoff QB Judd Miller Mansfield Legacy QB/DB Jalen Catalon Manvel WR Jalen Preston Mission Memorial QB Landry Gilpin Port Neches-Groves QB Roschon Johnson Sachse QB Jalen Mayden San Angelo Central QB Maverick McIvor Sonora QB Kaden Cordell St. Pius X QB Grant Gunnell Sweetwater QB Chris Thompson Tenaha QB CJ Horn Westlake RB Nakia Watson Wells Fargo and Dave Campbell’s Texas Football area proud to present the Mr. Texas Football High School Player of the Year award. This year’s winner will be honored at the Advocare V100 Texas Bowl at the end of the season. Past winners of the award: 2016: QB Roshauud Paul, Bremond 2015: QB Jett Duffey, Mansfield Lake Ridge 2014: QB Kyler Murray, Allen 2013: QB Kyler Murray, Allen 2012: RB Dontre Wilson, DeSoto 2011: RB Johnathan Gray, Aledo 2010: QB Johnny Manziel, Kerrville Tivy 2009: QB Darian “Stump” Godfrey, Gilmer 2008: QB Garrett Gilbert, Lake Travis 2007: RB Jacquizz Rodgers, Lamar Consolidated Future Horns see seasons end last week Arp’s Demarvion Overshown, Newcastle Oklahoma’s Casey Thompson, Fort Worth Eastern Hills’ Byron Hobbs had their seasons come to an end last friday. All other Longhorn commits are either playing for a playoff spot or have secured a playoff spot – or have played their first playoff game (Rondale Moore in Kentucky). NOTABLE GAMES THIS WEEK San Benito vs Harlingen Cibolo Steele vs Scherts Clemens South Grand Prairie vs DeSoto Sherman vs Dennison Allen vs Wylie Mesquite Horn vs Rockwall Heath Graham vs Iowa Park Euless Trinity vs Flower Mound Marcus Gilmer vs Pittsburg Waxahachie vs Mansfield Lake Ridge Mansfield Timberview vs Mansfield Summit Southlake Carroll vs Lewisville Hebron TEXAS COMMITS

 2018 CLASS 1. BJ FOSTER, S, Angleton defeated Richmond Foster 34-7. No stats available. 
This week – vs. Port Lavaca Calhoun, Friday, 7:30 pm at Angleton 2. BRENNAN EAGLES, WR, Alief Taylor defeated Pearland Dawson. Eagles did not play. This week – vs George Ranch, Thursday, 7 p.m. at George Ranch 3. CADEN STERNS, S, Cibolo Steele defeated SA Wagner 40-28 . No stats available.

This week – vs Schertz Clemens Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Lehnhoff Stadium 4. JALEN GREEN, CB, Houston Heights (6-2) defeated Chavez 44-9 and clinched a playoff berth as third place in District 18-6A. No stats available. This week – vs Idle. Regular season has ended. 5. ALVONTE WOODARD, WR, Houston Lamar defeated Bellaire 42-0 and clinched the District 18-6A championship. Woodard caught 1 TD pass.
 This week – vs. Westbury, Thursday, 7 p.m. Delmar Stadium Demarvion Overshown’s season ended Friday night.
 6. DEMARVION OVERSHOWN, S, Arp defeated Harleton 31-6. No stats available.
 This week – Arp’s season has ended with a 3-7 record. 7. AYODELE ADEOYE, LB, IMG Academy defeated Hoover, Alabama 32-21.
 Next game – vs Bishop Sullivan Catholic (Virginia Beach, VA), Saturday, 8 p.m. at IMG Academy. 8. CAMERON RISING, QB, Newbury Park CA defeated Thousand Oaks 42-17. Rising did not play due to an injury in the previous game. With the win, Newbury Park was made eligible for an at-large position in the California state playoffs. Rising is not expected to play in the Round 1 game. This week – vs Citrus Hill, Friday, 9 p.m. at Citrus Hill. Another big night for Carthage’s Keaontay Ingram. 9. KEAONTAY INGRAM, RB, Carthage defeated Palestine 49-31. Ingram scored on runs of 4, 36, and 25 yards in the first half. He added a 6-yard run for TD in the second half. This week – vs Chapel Hill, Friday, 7:30 pm at Bulldog Stadium. 10. RONDALE MOORE, WR, Louisville Trinity KY defeated Seneca 70-0 in the 1st round of the Kentucky 6A state playoffs. Moore scored on a 79-yard punt return, a 48-yard pass, and a 11-yd run. He finished with five catches for 95 yards. He is currently the top contender for the prestigious “Mr Football” award, given to the top player in Kentucky each year. Trinity is currently riding a 26-game winning streak.
 This week – vs. Campbell County (7-4) on Friday in the 2nd round of the Kentucky Class 6A playoffs. 11. CASEY THOMPSON, QB, Newcastle OK defeated Cache 41-23. Thompson was 15 of 21 for 214 yards and 4 touchdowns. He had a .714 completion percentage and QB rating of 143.8. Thompson also rushed for 205 yards on 16 carries for a 12.8 YPC average. He had a long of 67 yards and 1 touchdown. He had 420 total yards on the night with 5 TDs. Newcastle finished their season at 3-7 and did not qualify for the Oklahoma state playoffs. 12. BYRON HOBBS, LB, FW Eastern Hills lost to Grapevine 38-18. Game stats not available. So far this season, Hobbs has 21 tackles, 12 solo, 5 sacks, 1 INT and 2 caused fumbles.
 This week – vs Carter-Riverside Saturday 1 p.m., Eastern Hills 13. REESE MOORE, OT, Seminole defeated Fort Stockton 41-7. No stats available. Next Game – vs Dalhart or Perryton, Friday, Nov. 17, 7:30 pm 14. CAMERON DICKER, K, Austin Lake Travis defeated Vista Ridge 51-7. Dicker had 7 kickoffs with 5 of those being touchbacks. He also converted 5 of 6 PATs and had a 20-yard FG. This week – vs Austin Vandegrift, Friday, 7:30 pm. at Vandegrift. 15. KEONDRE COBURN, DT, Houston Spring Westfield defeated Eisenhower 31-3. No stats available. This week – vs. Ben Davis, Friday, 7 pm, at Westfield. Dekaney TE Malcolm Epps. 16. MALCOM EPPS, TE, Dekaney defeated Aldine 66-0. Epps had 3 catches for 33 yards (11.0 ave) and 1 touchdown. He had a long of 18 yard catch.
 This week – vs. Macarthur, Thursday at 7 pm at Macarthur 17. RHAFITI GHIRMAI, OL, Frisco Wakeland defeated Heritage 38-14. No stats available

http://www.maxpreps.com/m/video/watch.aspx?videoid=31c73473-5a1e-40ae-acc7-5ccbd76c0f3c This week – vs. Frisco, Thursday, 7 p.m. Ford Center 18. D’SHAWN JAMISON, CB, Houston Lamar defeated Sam Houston 63-6. Jamison returned the opening kickoff for a TD. This week – vs. Westbury, Thursday, 7 p.m. Delmar Stadium
 2019 CLASS
 PNG’s Roschon Johnson’s passes found 9 different receivers last Friday.

 1. ROSCHON JOHNSON, QB, Port Neches-Groves defeated Beaumont Ozen 48-0. Johnson had 305 total yards and five touchdowns. Johnson completed passes to 9 different receivers. PNG clinched a share of the District 22-5A title at 8-0 on the season. This week – vs Nederland, Friday 7 pm at Nederland AP TEXAS HS POLLS Class 6A 1. Allen (9-0) 2. Katy (7-0) 3. Austin Westlake (9-0) 4. Garland Sachse (9-0) 5. Waco Midway (9-0) 6. Duncanville (9-0) 7. The Woodlands (6-1) 8. Klein Collins (8-0) 9. Converse Judson (8-1) 10. DeSoto (8-1) Others receiving votes: Spring Westfield 24. Mansfield 12. Humble Atascocita 9. Smithson Valley 8. Lake Travis 6. San Angelo Central 4. San Benito 4. Klein 2. SA Northside O'Connor 1. Keller Fossil Ridge 1. Class 5A 1. Aledo (9-0) 2. Manvel (8-0) 3. Denton Ryan (9-0) 4. CC Calallen (9-0) 5. Angleton (9-0) 6. Cedar Park (8-1) 7. Dallas Highland Park (8-1) 8. Dripping Springs (9-0) 10. Colleyville Heritage (8-1) Others receiving votes: Lubbock Coronado 16. Mansfield Lake Ridge 15. Port Neches-Groves 8. College Station 6. Hutto 3. Mansfield Legacy 1. Class 4A 1. Carthage (9-0) 2. West Orange-Stark (7-0) 3. Argyle (9-0) 4. Waco La Vega (9-0) 5. Cuero (8-0) 6. Midlothian Heritage (9-0) 7. Kennedale (8-1) 8. Texarkana Pleasant Grove (9-0) 9. Graham (9-0) 10. Lubbock Estacado (9-1) Others receiving votes: Van 6. Seminole 2. Gilmer 2. Glen Rose 1. Kaufman 1. Fischer Canyon Lake 1. Melissa 1. Rio Hondo 1. Wimberley 1. Houston North Forest 1. Class 3A 1. Gunter (9-0) 2. Wall (9-0) 3. Lexington (9-0) 4. Newton (8-0) 5. Canadian (9-0) 6. Brock (8-1) 7. Yoakum (8-1) 8. Hallettsville (7-1) 9. Sonora (9-0) 10. Big Sandy Harmony (9-0) Others receiving votes: New London West Rusk 18. Malakoff 15. Mount Vernon 10. Jefferson 5. Grandview 4. Woodville 4. East Bernard 3. Goliad 3. El Maton Tidehaven 2. 
Class 2A 1. Tenaha (9-0) 2. Mason (9-0) 3. Muenster (9-0) 4. Albany (9-0) 5. Mart (8-1) 6. Refugio (7-1) 7. De Leon (9-0) 8. Bremond (8-1) 9. San Augustine (9-0) 10. Wellington (8-1) Others receiving votes: New Deal 9. Abernathy 9. Burton 7. Big Sandy 3. Joaquin 2. Valley View 2. Clarendon 1. MAXPREPS NATIONAL TOP 25 1. Mater Dei (CA) 2. IMG Academy (FL) 3. American Heritage (FL) 4. Allen, TX 5. Centennial (CA) 6. Ben Davis (IN) 7. St John Bosco (CA) 8. St Joseph’s Prep (PA) 9. Bingham (UT) 10. South Pointe (SC) 11. Katy, TX 12. Trinity (KY) 13. St Frances Academy (MD) 14. Central (FL) 15. Bishop Gorman (NV) 16. Mission Viejo (CA) 17. Duncanville, TX 18. Archer (GA) 19. De La Salle (CA) 20. St John’s (DC) 21. St Louis (HI) 22. Grayson (GA) 23. Lowndes (GA) 24. Chandler (AZ) 25. St Ignatius (OH)
  4. McKinney back breaks Texas rushing record McKinney High School running back Matt Gadek ran for 599 yards on 49 carries Thursday night to break the Texas UIL 11-man football state record for yards in a game. The 5-10, 175-pound senior accomplished the feat in a 63-50 win over Plano East. Gadek, who ran for 357 yards in the first half, had 536 yards - which would have been the fourth-best mark in state history - when McKinney got the ball back with 3:49 remaining. McKinney used Gadek to run out the clock, giving him the ball eight more times to pick up 63 more yards. The previous record was 587 set by Somerville's Daryl Ellis in 1998. The Houston-area record is 547, set by Morton Ranch's Deion Williams in 2012. The six-man football state record was set by Paint Rock's Tony Diaz with 621 yards in 2010. The private school state record is 599 yards by Houston Marian Christian's Rudy Rudison in 1978. The national record is 754 yards, set by Netcong (N.J.) High School's John Giannantonio in 1950, according to the National Federation of State High Schools' record book. State records are officially kept by Dave Campbell's Texas Football magazine, and it will review the game film to make the record official. NOTABLE GAMES Duncanville vs DeSoto Byron Nelson vs Southlake Carroll Frisco Centennial vs Frisco Lone Star Seminole vs #9 Sweetwater Odessa Permian vs San Angelo Central McGregor vs Rockdale Longview vs John Tyler Euless Trinity vs Lewisville Hebron Denton Guyer vs Wylie Converse Judson vs Schertz Clemens Seminole’s Reese Moore. TEXAS COMMITS 
2018 CLASS 1. BJ FOSTER, S, Angleton defeated Lamar Consolidated 70-0. Foster scored on a 20 yard run and later a 60-yard run. He added two more scores later and finished with 206 total yards.

This week – vs. Victoria West, Friday, 7:30 pm Wildcat Stadium 2. BRENNAN EAGLES, WR, Alief Taylor was idle last week. No stats available. This week – vs Hastings, Friday, 7 p.m. Crump Stadium 3. CADEN STERNS, S, Cibolo Steele defeated Canyon 42-17. No stats available. 
This week – vs East Central, Friday, 7:30 p.m. at Hornet Stadium 4. JALEN GREEN, CB, Houston Heights lost to Lamar 58-0. No stats available. This week – vs Westside, Saturday, 1 pm Delmar Stadium 5. ALVONTE WOODARD, WR, Houston Lamar defeated Heights 58-0. Woodard had 1 reception for 12 yards.

 This week – vs. Sam Houston, Friday, 7 p.m. Delmar Stadium
 6. DEMARVION OVERSHOWN, S, Arp lost to #8 West Rusk 24-0. Overshown returned a punt 72 yards for a TD, but was nullified by penalty.

 This week – vs Troup Friday 7:30 pm, Troup Tigers Stadium 7. AYODELE ADEOYE, LB, IMG Academy defeated Salt Lake City East 43-19. No stats available

 Next game – vs Hoover, Friday, 8 p.m. Nov 3 at Hoover, Alabama. 8. CAMERON RISING, QB, Newbury Park CA lost to Calabasas 44-24. Rising scored on a 1-yd run and had TD passes of 49 yards and 8 yards. This week – vs Moorpark, Friday, 9 p.m. at Newbury Park. 9. KEAONTAY INGRAM, RB, Carthage defeated Center 42-12. Ingram had TD runs of 30 and 3 yards. This week – vs Bullard, Friday, 7:30 pm at Carthage. 10. RONDALE MOORE, WR, Louisville Trinity KY defeated Ballard 49-0. Moore scored four times on the night. Moore caught TD catches of 20, 31 and 33 yards. He also had a 8-yd TD run.

 Trinity has finished its regular season undefeated and will play host to Seneca on Nov. 3 in the first round of the Kentucky Class 6A playoffs. 11. CASEY THOMPSON, QB, Newcastle OK lost to Heritage Hall 56-7. Thompson had a 4-yd TD pass. This week – vs Heritage Hall, Friday, 7:00 pm at Newcastle Stadium 12. BYRON HOBBS, LB, FW Eastern Hills lost to Birdville 51-6. Hobbs is injured and did not play.

 This week – vs Polytechnic, Thursday 7:00 p.m., Clark Stadium 13. REESE MOORE, OT, Seminole defeated Lamesa 38-6. No stats available. 

This week – vs #9 Sweetwater, Friday 7:00 pm, Mustang Bowl 14. CAMERON DICKER, K, Austin Lake Travis defeated Lehman 56-0. No stats available. This week – vs Leander, Friday, 7:30 pm. at Bible Stadium 15. KEONDRE COBURN, DT, Houston Spring Westfield defeated Nimitz 50-0. No stats available.

 This week – vs. Aldine, Saturday, 4 pm, Thorne Stadium 16. MALCOM EPPS, TE, Spring Dekaney defeated Aldine Davis 28-14. No receptions on the night.

 This week – vs. Spring, Friday at 7 pm George Stadium 18. RHAFITI GHIRMAI, OL, Frisco Wakeland lost to #10 Frisco Lone Star 45-14. No stats available

 Next game – vs. Frisco Independence, Friday, 7 p.m. Ford Center 19. D’SHAWN JAMISON, CB, Houston Lamar defeated Heights 58-0. No stats available.

This week – vs. Sam Houston, Friday, 7 p.m. Delmar Stadium

 
 PNG's Roschon Johnson 
2019 CLASS 

1. ROSCHON JOHNSON, QB, Port Neches-Groves defeated Vidor 42-14. Johnson totaled 372 yards of offense and six TDs in the win. This week – vs Beaumont Central, Thursday 7:00 pm Thomas Center. AP TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL POLLS Class 6A 1. Allen (18) (7-0) 2. Converse Judson (4) (7-0) 3. Katy (2) (5-0) 4. DeSoto (1) (7-0) 5. Austin Westlake (7-0) 6. Garland Sachse (7-0) 7. Waco Midway (8-0) 8. The Woodlands (4-1) 9. Klein Collins (6-0) 10. Duncanville (7-0) Others receiving votes: Spring Westfield 12. Lake Travis 10. Garland 5. Mansfield 4. San Benito 4. SA Northside O'Connor 3. San Angelo Central 3. Odessa Permian 2. Keller Fossil Ridge 1. Schertz Clemens 1. Humble Atascocita 1. Class 5A 1. Aledo (16) (7-0) 2. Manvel (8) (6-0) 3. Denton Ryan (1) (7-0) 4. CC Calallen (7-0) 5. Cedar Park (6-1) 6. Highland Park (6-1) 7. Angleton (7-0) 8. Mansfield Legacy (6-1) 9. Dripping Springs (7-0) 10. Frisco Lone Star (6-1) Others receiving votes: Hutto 13. Temple 7. Colleyville Heritage 6. Lubbock Coronado 5. Port Neches-Groves 4. College Station 4. Mansfield Lake Ridge 2. Laredo Cigarroa 2. Austin McCallum 1. Grapevine 1. Huntsville 1. Class 4A 1. Carthage (22) (7-0) 2. West Orange-Stark (3) (6-0) 3. Argyle (7-0) 4. Waco La Vega (7-0) 5. Cuero (6-0) 6. Midlothian Heritage (7-0) 7. Kennedale (6-1) 8. Van (8-0) 9. Texarkana Pleasant Grove (7-0) 10. Sweetwater (7-0) Others receiving votes: Graham 8. Raymondville 3. Lubbock Estacado 2. Geronimo Navarro 1. Gilmer 1. Class 3A 1. Gunter (14) (8-0) 2. Wall (3) (7-0) 3. Lexington (3) (7-0) 4. Newton (5) (6-0) 5. Malakoff (7-0) 6. Canadian (7-0) 7. Brock (6-1) 8. West Rusk (6-0) 9. Hallettsville (6-1) 10. Yoakum (6-1) Others receiving votes: Grandview 20. Sonora 17. Jefferson 15. Big Sandy Harmony 5. Mount Vernon 4. Woodville 3. George West 1. Class 2A 1. Tenaha (17) (7-0) 2. Mason (3) (7-0) 3. Muenster (7-0) 4. Mart (3) (6-1) 5. Albany (7-0) 6. Refugio (2) (5-1) 7. Abernathy (7-0) 8. De Leon (7-0) 9. Bremond (6-1) 10. Milano (7-0) Others receiving votes: San Augustine 13. Wellington 9. Price Carlisle 4. Joaquin 3. 15, Burton 1. MAXPREPS NATIONAL TOP 25 1. Mater Dei (Cal)
 2. IMG Academy (Fla) (Ayodele Adeoye) 
 3. American Heritage (Fla) 
4. Allen, TX
 5. Centennial (Cal)
 6. Miami Central 
 7. Trinity (KY) (Rondale Moore)
 8. Bingham (UT)
 9. Ben Davis (ID)
 10. St. Xavier (OH) 
 11. St. John Bosco (Cal)
 12. Bishop Gorman (NV) 
 13. St. Frances Academy (MD) 
 14. Katy, TX 
 15. South Pointe (SC)
 16. St. Joseph’s Prep (PA) 
17. DeSoto, TX 
 18. St. Thomas Aquinas (Fla) 
 19. Mission Viejo (CA) Centennial (AZ) 
20. Converse Judson (TX)
 21. St. Edward (OH) 
22. DeLa Salle (Cal)
 23. St. Louis (Hawaii)
 24. Centennial (AZ) 
25. St Ignatius (OH)
  5. Heights-Lamar showdown on tap Saturday College scouts will abound in Houston Saturday afternoon at 1 pm when Houston Lamar squares off against Houston Heights. The game will feature three Texas Longhorn commits (Alvonte Woodard, D’Shawn Jamison and Jalen Green) plus Texas target and 5-star DB Anthony Cook. Jamison is Texas’ newest pledge and could provide the Longhorns with some help influencing target Cook, who plans to announce on Oct. 30. Heights is undefeated with a 5-0 record while Lamar enters the game with one loss to then ranked Klein Collins. Texas target Brown out with undisclosed injury (courtesy DMN) Arlington Lamar football coach Laban Delay said in an email Monday that star defensive lineman Bobby Brown is "not probable to play" in Friday's key District 4-6A game against district leader Mansfield. Lamar (3-3, 2-1) is in a three-way tie for second with Arlington and Arlington Martin, one game out of first. "Bobby Brown suffered an injury several weeks ago," Delay said in his email "I can not go into details of his injury." Brown, a four-star recruit, is ranked as the 13th-best defensive tackle in the nation in the Class of 2018 by 24/7. Brown announced on Twitter last Wednesday that the eight colleges he is deciding between are Alabama, LSU, Florida State, Baylor, Texas, Oklahoma, Texas A&M and Houston. Brown and teammate Javonte Kemp knelt during the national anthem while the rest of their team stood before their game against Arlington Sam Houston on Sept. 29. Brown wasn't in uniform for last week's game against Arlington, and he and Kemp knelt again during the anthem before that contest. 5A could have home-field system ROUND ROCK -- Home-field advantage has finally established itself within UIL athletics. Now, it's spreading like a virus. At Sunday's legislative council, the athletic committee removed the pilot status of its home-field advantage system in 6A and extended it to 5A football. If approved by the full council on Monday, it would go into effect for the 2018 season. If it passes unchanged, the rules would work the same as what is in place for 6A: In the first round of the playoffs, the team with the higher district finish will play at home. Adding 5A is might just be the start. Schools in smaller classifications have expressed to the UIL that they'd like it extended into their classifications. A home first-round playoff game can be money maker. "Come back in June," UIL athletic director Susan Elza said. "We're going to be talking about 4A and below." The committee also discussed adding a home-field advantage rule to the 5A and 6A baseball playoffs, but the committee opted to study it further before taking any action. Elza and UIL executive director Charles Breitahupt expressed concern about making rules that created two much of an advantage for one school when the playoffs is a time when, as Elza put it, "you get a fresh set of downs." TEXAS COMMITS 
2018 CLASS 1. BJ FOSTER, S, Angleton was idle. No stats available.
 This week – vs. Lamar Consolidated, Friday, 7:30 pm Wildcat Stadium 2. BRENNAN EAGLES, WR, Alief Taylor lost to Elsik 34-27. No stats available. This week – vs Idle Cibolo Steele safety and Longhorn verbal Caden Sterns celebrates a touchdown last Friday night. 3. CADEN STERNS, S, Cibolo Steele defeated New Braunfels 26-3. Sterns caught 2 passes for 92 yards. He caught a 63-yard TD pass.
 This week – vs New Braunfels Canyon, Friday, 7:30 p.m. at Steele 4. JALEN GREEN, CB, Houston Heights defeated Westbuy 60-28. No stats available. This week – vs Lamar, Saturday, 1 pm Dyer Stadium 5. ALVONTE WOODARD, WR, Houston Lamar defeated Chavez 49-0. No stats available. 
This week – vs. Houston Heights, Saturday, 1 p.m. Dyer Stadium

. 6. DEMARVION OVERSHOWN, S, Arp, defeated Beckville 20-10. Overshown caught an 18-yard TD pass.
 This week – vs #8 West Rusk Friday 7:30 pm, Arp Tigers Stadium 7. AYODELE ADEOYE, LB, IMG Academy was idle. No stats available
 This week – vs East, Friday, 8 p.m. at East HS. 8. CAMERON RISING, QB, Newbury Park CA was idle. This week – vs Calabasas, Friday, 9 p.m. at Calabasas Keaontay Ingram rushed for a season-best 291 yards rushing last Friday night. 9. KEAONTAY INGRAM, RB, Carthage defeated Kilgore 50-20. Ingram had 105 yards rushing and at TD by the end of the first quarter. He finished with 291 yards rushing at 5 TDs. He scored on runs of 8, 3, 71, 8 and 20 yards. As of now, Ingram has 977 yards rushing on the season. This week – vs Center, Friday, 7:30 pm at Center 10. RONDALE MOORE, WR, Louisville Trinity KY defeated Seneca 42-0. Moore was held out.
 This week – at Ballard Friday 6 p.m Ballard 11. CASEY THOMPSON, QB, Newcastle OK defeated Clinton 49-48, Friday. Thompson was 25 of 38 for 454 yards and 6 TDs. 
This week – vs Heritage Hall, Friday, 7:00 pm at Newcastle Stadium 12. BYRON HOBBS, LB, FW Eastern Hills lost to FW Dunbar, 57-12. Hobbs is injured and did not play.
 This week – vs Birdville, Friday 7:00 p.m., Birdville Athletic Complex 13. REESE MOORE, OT, Seminole defeated Pecos 57-6. Moore was injured and did not play.
 This week – vs Lamesa, Friday 7:00 pm, Indian Stadium 14. DOMINICK WOOD-ANDERSON, TE, AZ Western College defeated Phoenix 46-13. Game stats not available. For the season so far, DW-A has 22 receptions for 201 yards with a long of 20 yards and 0 touchdowns. He averages 40 yards in receptions per game. This week – vs. Pima CC, Saturday, 7 p.m. at AZW Veterans Memorial Stadium
radio – 560 AM KBLU 15. CAMERON DICKER, K, Austin Lake Travis lost to Austin Westlake 21-14. Dicker was 2 of 2 PATs. This week – vs Kyle Lehman, Friday, 7:30 pm. at LTISD 16. KEONDRE COBURN, DT, Houston Spring Westfield defeated MacArthur 62-6. No stats available.
 This week – vs. Nimitz, Friday, 7 pm, Westfield 17. MALCOM EPPS, TE, Spring Dekaney Defeated Aldine Eisenhower 35-0. No stats available.
 This week – vs. Ben Davis, Thursday at 7 pm Thorne Stadium 18. RHAFITI GHIRMAI, OL, Frisco Wakeland lost to Centennial 69-66. No stats available
 Next game – vs. #10 Frisco Lone Star, Friday, 7 p.m. Ford Center 19. D’SHAWN JAMISON, CB, Houston Lamar defeated Chavez 49-0. No stats available. 
This week – vs. Houston Heights, Saturday, 1 p.m. Dyer Stadium

 
 2019 CLASS 

1. ROSCHON JOHNSON, QB, Port Neches-Groves defeated Port Arthur Memorial, 44-36. Johnson was 12 of 24 passing for 164 yards and 2 TDs. He also rushed for 124 yards on 21 carries. He also caught a 43-yard touchdown pass. This week – vs Vidor, Friday 7:00 pm Pirate Stadium (Vidor) TEXAS TARGETS 1. TOMMY BUSH, Schertz Clemens WR, had 4 receptions for 60 yards and 2 TDs in 28-7 win over New Braunfels Canyon. 2. GRANT TISDALE, Allen QB, was 8 of 11 passing for 250 yards and 3 TDs. He rushed for 52 yards on 9 carries in 38-10 win over Plano. 3. THEO WEASE, Allen WR, caught 2 passes for 93 yards and a TD. 4. ISAIAH SPILLER, Klein Collins RB, Rushed for 21 yards and 1 TD. He had 3 receptions for 70 yards and 2 TDs in 49-22 win over Klein Forest. 5. JORDAN WHITTINGTON, Cuero TE, Caught 8 passes for 132 yards and 2 TDs in 23-16 win over Sweeny. AP TEXAS POLLS CLASS 6A 1. Allen (16) (6-0) 2. Converse Judson (4) (6-0) 3. Katy (2) (4-0) 4. DeSoto (2) (6-0) 5. Austin Westlake (7-0) 6. Garland Sachse (6-0) 7. Waco Midway (7-0) 8. The Woodlands (3-1) 9. Klein Collins (5-0) 10. Smithson Valley (6-0) Others receiving votes: 11, Lake Travis 15. 12, Duncanville 14. 13, Spring Westfield 5. 14, San Benito 3. 14, Mansfield 3. 14, Odessa Permian 3. 14, SA Northside O'Connor 3. 18, San Angelo Central 2. 19, Keller Fossil Ridge 1. 19, Beaumont West Brook 1. Class 5A 1. Aledo (15) (6-0) 2. Manvel (8) (5-0) 3. Denton Ryan (1) (6-0) 4. CC Calallen (6-0) 5. Cedar Park (5-1) 6. Dallas Highland Park (5-1) 7. Angleton (5-0) 8. Mansfield Legacy (5-1) 9. Dripping Springs (6-0) 10. Frisco Lone Star (5-1) Others receiving votes: 11, Hutto 9. 12, Temple 7. 12, College Station 7. 15, Colleyville Heritage 6. 16, Lubbock Coronado 4. 17, Mansfield Lake Ridge 3. 18, Port Neches-Groves 1. Class 4A 1. Carthage (20) (6-0) 2. West Orange-Stark (3) (6-0) 3. Argyle (6-0) 4. Waco La Vega (6-0) 5. Cuero (1) (5-0) 6. Midlothian Heritage (6-0) 7. Kennedale (5-1) 8. Van (7-0) 9. Sweetwater (6-0) 10. Texarkana Pleasant Grove (7-0) Others receiving votes: 11, China Spring 16. 12, Graham 10. 13, Boerne 3. 14, Lubbock Estacado 2. 14, Raymondville 2. 16, Geronimo Navarro 1. Class 3A 1. Gunter (14) (7-0) 2. Wall (4) (6-0) 3. Lexington (3) (6-0) 4. Newton (3) (5-0) 5. Malakoff (6-0) 6. Canadian (6-0) 7. Brock (5-1) 8. West Rusk (5-0) 9. Hallettsville (5-1) 10. Yoakum (5-1) Others receiving votes: 11, Grandview 21. 12, Sonora 17. 13, Jefferson 12. 14, Big Sandy Harmony 5. 15, Mount Vernon 4. 15, Woodville 4. Class 2A 1. Tenaha(16) (6-0) 2. Mason (4) (6-0) 3. Muenster (6-0) 4. Mart (2) (5-1) 5. Albany (6-0) 6. Refugio (2) (4-1) 7. Abernathy (6-0) 8. De Leon (6-0) 9. Bremond (5-1) 10. Milano (6-0) Others receiving votes: 11, Price Carlisle 12. 12, San Augustine 9. 13, Wellington 6. 14, Joaquin 3. 15, Burton 1. 15, Post 1. MAXPREPS NATIONAL TOP 25 1. Mater Dei (Cal) 2. IMG Academy (Fla) (Ayodele Adeoye) 3. Grayson (Ga) 4. Allen, TX 5. Centennial (Cal) 6. St. John Bosco (Cal) 7. Miami Central 8. Trinity (KY) (Rondale Moore) 9. American Heritage (Fla) 10. Bingham (UT) 11. Ben Davis (ID) 12. Bishop Gorman (NV) 13. St. Joseph’s Prep (PA) 14. St. Xavier (OH) 15. St. Frances Academy (MD) DeMatha (MD) 16. South Pointe (SC) 17. Katy, TX 
 18. Converse Judson (TX) 19. Centennial (AZ) 20. DeSoto, TX 21. DeLa Salle (Cal) 22. St. Thomas Aquinas (Fla) 23. St. Louis (Hawaii) 24. St. Edward (OH) 25. St Ignatius (OH)
  6. Mark Your Calendars Houston Heights will square off against Lamar on Saturday, Oct. 21 at 1 pm at Delmar Stadium. Texas commits Jalen Green will face Texas Targets Anthony Cook and D’shawn Jamison and Texas commit Alvonte Woodard. There will be a ton of talent on the field in Delmar that day. Jamison is set to announce his commitment on Oct. 14. He is expected to pick Texas. Reports suggest Texas also leads for Cook. Defense, Anyone? Texas Safety commit BJ Foster is making all kinds of noise this year on the offensive side of the ball. Whether its rushing or receiving or passing, he’s been an integral part of the Wildcat offense this year. The offense has put up the points this year, scoring 70 last week, 66, 63, 49 and 31 in games this year. Nevertheless, the defense is making its own statement this year. And who hears that these days of high octane offenses? To date, Angelton has only surrendered 14 points, and that came in two games. Roseberg Terry scored 7 last week while Westside scored a TD in week 3. NOTABLE GAMES THIS WEEK #5 Austin Westlake vs #6 Lake Travis #9 Canadian vs Childress Atascocita vs GP North Shore Paris vs Liberty-Eylau Pleasant Grove at Gilmer #8 Mansfield Legacy vs Mansfield Timberview Midlothian vs Waxahachie Ennis vs Whitehouse #2 Manvel vs Marshall #1 Allen vs Plano Angleton’s BJ Foster. TEXAS COMMITS 2018 CLASS 1. BJ FOSTER, S, Angleton defeated Victoria East 70-0. No stats available.
 This week – vs. Victoria East, Friday, 7:30 pm Wildcat Stadium 2. BRENNAN EAGLES, WR, Alief Taylor lost to Pearland 35-28. Eagles caught a 74-yard TD pass, but was knocked out of the game in the 1st quarter.
 This week – vs Elsik, Friday, Oct. 13 at 7 pm Crump Stadium 3. CADEN STERNS, S, Cibolo Steele was idle last week. No stats available.
 This week – vs New Braunfels, Friday, Oct 13, 7:30 p.m. Lehnhoff Stadium 4. JALEN GREEN, CB, Houston Heights defeated Bellaire 31-12. Green had 92 yards on 10 carries and scored three TDs. He also had a reception for a 34-yd TD.
 This week – vs Westbury, Friday, 7 pm Butler Stadium Lamar’s Alvonte Woodard. 5. ALVONTE WOODARD, WR, Houston Lamar (1-1) defeated Westside 40-7. No stats available.
This week – vs. Chavez, Friday, 7 p.m. Delmar Stadium

. 6. DEMARVION OVERSHOWN, S, Arp, lost to Elysian Fields 37-0. No stats available.
 This week – vs Beckville Friday 7:30 pm, Beauchamp Stadium 7. AYODELE ADEOYE, LB, IMG Academy defeated Venice 38-12. No stats available
 This week – Idle 8. CAMERON RISING, QB, Newbury Park CA lost to Oaks Christian 48-0, Saturday. Rising threw for 106 yards but sat out the 2nd half. This week – idle. 9. KEAONTAY INGRAM, RB, Carthage defeated Henderson 42-17. Ingram ran for 63 yards on 17 carries and 1 TD. He also carried once for a 2-pt conversion (successful). This week – vs Kilgore, Friday, 7:30 pm at 10. RONDALE MOORE, WR, Louisville Trinity KY defeated Eastern 45-0. No stats available.
 This week – at Seneca, Friday 7 p.m Trinity 11. CASEY THOMPSON, QB, Newcastle OK defeated Elgin 28-27, Friday. 
Thompson had TD passes of 62, 7, 37 and 28 yards. 
This week – vs Clinton, Thursday, 7:00 pm at Newcastle Stadium 12. BYRON HOBBS, LB, FW Eastern Hills lost to Colleyville Heritage, 52-0. Hobbs is injured and did not play.
 This week – vs FW Dunbar, Saturday 1:00 p.m., Clark Stadium 13. REESE MOORE, OT, Seminole defeated 35-32. Moore was injured and did not play.
 This week – vs Pecos, Friday 7:00 pm, Eagle Stadium 14. DOMINICK WOOD-ANDERSON, TE, AZ Western College defeated Snow 29-27. DW-A caught 13 passes for 95 yards.
 He was the leading receiver in the game. This week – vs. Phoenix, Saturday, 7 p.m. at AZW
radio – 560 AM KBLU 15. CAMERON DICKER, K, Austin Lake Travis defeated Hays 60-34. Dicker is 25 of 25 on PATs so far this year. He has made 7 of 9 field goal attempts. He has a long of 53 yards and has scored 46 points with his leg this season (ave of 9.2 pts per game)
 This week – vs Austin Westlake, Friday, 7:30 pm. at Westlake 16. KEONDRE COBURN, DT, Houston Spring Westfield defeated Dekaney 22-0. No stats available.
 This week – vs. Macarthur, Saturday, 7 pm, Thorne Stadium 17. MALCOM EPPS, TE, Spring Dekaney lost to Westfield 22-0. No stats available.
 This week – vs. Eisenhower, Thursday at 7 pm George Stadium 18. RHAFITI GHIRMAI, OL, Frisco Wakeland lost to Reedy 35-28. No stats available
 Next game – vs. Frisco Centennial, Friday, 7 p.m. Toyota Stadium
 
 2019 CLASS
 1. ROSCHON JOHNSON, QB, Port Neches-Groves defeated Baytown Lee 59-21. Johnson threw for 299 yards and 4 TDs and was 18 of 25 on the night. He also ran 39 yards for another TD.
 This week – vs Memorial, Friday 7 pm Indian Stadium Centennial QB Tanner McKee. TEXAS TARGETS 1. MARQUEZ BEASON, Dallas Bishop Dunne (2019) – was 7 of 12 passing for 110 yards. Rushed for 155 yards on 12 carries and 2 TDs. 2. GRANT TISDALE, Allen (2019) – was 13 of 19 passing for 160 yards, 3 TDs, 1 INT. Rushed for 48 yards on 7 carries. 3. THEO WEASE, Allen (2019) – caught 9 passes for 137 yards and 3 TDs. 4. MAUREESE WREN, Mesquite Horn (2018) – caught 4 passes for 36 yards. 5. TANNER MCKEE, Centennial (2020) – 17 of 29 for 286 yards passing. 10 rushes for 209 yards, including a 44 yd TD run. He threw 3 TD passes. AP TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL POLLS Class 6A 1. Allen (16) (5-0) 2. Converse Judson (4) (5-0) 3. Katy (2) (3-0) 4. DeSoto (3) (5-0) 5. Austin Westlake (6-0) 6. Garland Sachse (5-0) 7. Lake Travis (4-1) 8. Waco Midway (6-0) 9. The Woodlands (2-1) 10. Klein Collins (4-0) Others receiving votes: 11, Smithson Valley 15. 12, Duncanville 7. 13, Arlington Martin 4. 13, Spring Westfield 4. 15, Odessa Permian 3. 16, SA Northside O'Connor 2. 16, San Benito 2. 18, Keller Fossil Ridge 1. 18, Beaumont West Brook 1. Class 5A 1. Aledo (16) (5-0) 2. Manvel (8) (4-0) 3, Denton Ryan (1) (6-0) 4. CC Calallen (5-0) 5. Cedar Park (4-1) 6. Dallas Highland Park (4-1) 7. Angleton (5-0) 8. Mansfield Legacy (4-1) 9. Dripping Springs (5-0) 10. Frisco Lone Star (4-1) Others receiving votes: 11, West Mesquite 13. 12, Fort Bend Marshall 9. 12, Hutto 9. 13, Temple 7. 14, College Station 6. 15, Colleyville Heritage 5. 16, Lubbock Coronado 4. 17, Port Neches-Groves 3. 18, Mansfield Lake Ridge 2. 19, N. Richland Hills 1. Class 4A 1. Carthage (21) (5-0) 2. West Orange-Stark (3) (4-0) 3. Argyle (5-0) 4. Waco La Vega (5-0) 5. Cuero (1) (4-0) 6. Midlothian Heritage (5-0) 7. Kennedale (4-1) 8. Gilmer (4-1) 9. Van (6-0) 10. Sweetwater (6-0) Others receiving votes: 11, China Spring 15. 12, Texarkana Pleasant Grove 10. 13, Graham 6. 14, Kilgore 3. 14, Lubbock Estacado 3. 16, Henderson 2. 16, Raymondville 2. 18, Boerne 1. Class 3A 1. Gunter (16) (6-0) 2. Lexington (3) (5-0) 3. Wall (3) (5-0) 4. Newton (3) (4-0) 5. Malakoff (5-0) 6. Canadian (5-0) 7. Brock (4-1) 8. Hallettsville (4-1) 9. New London West Rusk (4-0) 10. Yoakum (5-1) Others receiving votes: 11, Sonora 15. 12, Grandview 13. 12, Jefferson 13. 14, Big Sandy Harmony 5. 15, Mount Vernon 4. 16, Woodville 3. 16, Kemp 3. 18, George West 2. 19, Childress 1. Class 2A 1. Tenaha (17) (5-0) 2. Mason (4) (6-0) 3. Muenster (5-0) 4. Mart (2) (4-1) 5. Albany (5-0) 6. Refugio (2) (3-1) 7. Abernathy (5-0) 8. De Leon (6-0) 9. Bremond (4-1) 10. Milano (5-0) Others receiving votes: 11, Price Carlisle 12. 12, San Augustine 10. 13, Wellington 6. 14, Joaquin 3. 15, Post 2. 16, Riviera Kaufer 1. 16, Burton 1. MAXPREPS NATIONAL TOP 25 1. Mater Dei (Cal) 2. IMG Academy (Fla) (Ayodele Adeoye) 3. Grayson (Ga) 4. Allen, TX 5. Miami Central 6. Centennial (Cal) (Tanner McKee) 7. Bishop Gorman (NV) 8. Trinity (KY) (Rondale Moore) 9. St. John Bosco (Cal) 10. American Heritage (Fla) 11. Bingham (UT) 12. Ben Davis (ID) 13. St. Joseph’s Prep (PA) 14. South Pointe (SC) 15. DeMatha (MD) 16. St. Xavier (OH) 17. DeSoto, TX 18. Katy, TX 19. Centennial (AZ) 20. St. Thomas Aquinas (Fla) 21. Converse Judson (TX) 22. St. Frances Academy (MD) 23. DeLa Salle (Cal) 24. St. Ignatius (OH) 25. Mission Viejo (Cal)
  7. Moore, Trinity meet St Xavier in Kentucky showdown Rondale Moore and the undefeated Louisville Trinity Shamrocks will meet undefeated rival St Xavier in a showdown in Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium this week. It’s the big game of the year in Kentucky high school football. Trinity, ranked #1 in Kentucky’s class 6A is pitted against St Xavier, undefeated and ranked #2 in 6A. Brennan Eagles is having some difficulty this year with teams keying on him and double-teaming him in coverage. As a result, the WR playing opposite him last Friday had 188 yards in catches and two TDs. NOTABLE GAMES THIS WEEK Cibolo Steele vs #2 Converse Judson McKinney Boyd vs #1 Allen Lubbock Estacado vs San Angelo Central #4 Argyle vs Paris Rockwall vs Rockwall Heath Jesuit Prep vs Coppell Sunnyvale vs Grandview Yoakum vs #2 Halletsville Nacogdoches vs #7 Gilmer Cedar Hill vs #4 DeSoto East Chambers vs #5 Newton Cameron Yoe vs McGregor Weslaco East vs Weslaco 2018 CLASS 1. BJ FOSTER, S, Angleton (3-1) defeated Houston Westside 63-7. Foster had 109 yards on 7 carries and 1 TD. He also had three receptions for 152 yards and two TDs. He finished with 266 total yards and 3 TDs. This week – vs. Terry, Saturday, 6 pm Traylor Stadium 2. BRENNAN EAGLES, WR, Alief Taylor defeated Seven Lakes 28-13. No stats available. This week – vs Seven Lakes, Saturday, Sept. 23 at 6 pm 3. CADEN STERNS, S, #5 Cibolo Steele (1-3) lost to Smithson Valley 43-20. No stats available.
This week – vs Converse Judson Friday, 7:30 p.m. Rutledge Stadium 4. JALEN GREEN, CB, Houston Heights (2-0) defeated Katy Tompkins 27-21. Green, playing QB, was 1 of 3 passing for 10 yards. He rushed 9 times for 50 yards and 1 TD. This week – vs Sam Houston, Saturday, Sept. 30, 9 am Barnett Stadium 5. ALVONTE WOODARD, WR, Houston Lamar (1-1) defeated Alief Elsik, 35-14. Woodard had one reception for 20 yards. This week – vs. Alief Elsik, Friday, Sept. 22, 7 p.m. 
 6. DEMARVION OVERSHOWN, S, Arp, last week – Idle
This week – Arp at Waskom Friday Sept 29, 7:30 pm, Wildcat Stadium 7. AYODELE ADEOYE, LB, IMG Academy defeated Miami Central 24-15 Friday. No stats available This week – vs. Miami Northwestern, Friday, 6 pm, IMG 8. CAMERON RISING, QB, Newbury Park CA (3-2) defeated Venice 52-42, Friday. Cam Rising was named Player of the Game against Venice, completing 11 passes for 172 yards and rushing 12 times for 106 yards with three TDs. Rising is 64-of-109, 1,017 yards, and nine touchdowns; 32 carries, 319 yards, and eight touchdowns through five games in 2017. This week – vs Palos Verdes, 7 pm at Newbury Park. 9. KEAONTAY INGRAM, RB, Carthage defeated #2 Gilmer 48-28, Friday. Ingram had 292 total yards and 3 TDs, including a 49 yard TD catch. This week – Idle Next game – vs Henderson, Oct. 6, 7:30 pm Henderson 10. RONDALE MOORE, WR, Louisville Trinity KY (6-0) defeated Jeffersontown 40-6. Moore had 18 catches for 242 yards and three TD receptions. This week – at St Xavier, Friday 8 p.m Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium 11. CASEY THOMPSON, QB, Newcastle OK (0-4), lost to Weatherford 28-21, Friday. 
No game stats available. Through 4 games, Thompson is 65 of 121 (0.680 comp rate) for 814 yards with six TDs and 4 INTs. This week – at Chickasha, Friday, 7:00 pm at Newcastle Stadium 12. BYRON HOBBS, LB, FW Eastern Hills (2-1) last week – Idle
This week – at Richland, Friday Sept. 29, 7:30 p.m. 13. REESE MOORE, OT, Seminole (2-1) defeated River Road 56-0, Friday, No stats available. This week – vs Monahans, Friday 70 pm, Monahans 14. DOMINICK WOOD-ANDERSON, TE, AZ Western College (3-0) defeated Eastern Arizona 55-22. No stats available. This week – Idle Next Game – Oct. 6 vs Snow (Ephraim, Utah)
radio – 560 AM KBLU 15. CAMERON DICKER, K, Austin Lake Travis defeated Pflugerville Hendrickson 48-0, Dicker was good on FGs of 52 and 32 yards. This week – vs Buda Hays, Friday, 7 pm. LT ISD Stadium 16. KEONDRE COBURN, DT, Houston Spring Westfield defeated Clear Springs 28-23. No stats available. This week – vs. Spring, Friday, 7 pm, Spring 17. MALCOM EPPS, TE, Spring Dekaney defeated Klein Oak 13-7. No stats available. This week – vs. Nimitz, Thursday at 7 pm (Dekaney) 18. RHAFITI GHIRMAI, OL, Frisco Wakeland (4-0) defeated Dallas Wilson, 49-23. No stats available. This week – Idle. Next game – vs. Reedy, Friday, Oct 5, 7 p.m. Frisco Ford Center 2019 CLASS
 1. ROSCHON JOHNSON, QB, Port Neches-Groves defeated Lumberton 42-0. Four-star junior Roschon Johnson was 10-15 passing for 258 yards and two touchdowns. He ran for 68 yards and three more scores on nine carries. This week – vs. Livingston, Tuesday, 7 p.m. Lion Stadium TEXAS TARGETS 1. (LB prospect) MAUREESE WREN (Mesquite Horn) caught 12 passes for 201 yards and 1 TD in 52-34 win over Longview. 2. WR JAYLEN WADDLE (Houston Episcopal) caught three passes for 149 yards and three TDs in 56-20 win over Dallas St Mark’s. 3. TE MUSTAPHA MUHAMMAD (Ridge Point) caught two passes for 27 yards and one TD in 41-34 loss to Dickinson. 4. WR TOMMY BUSH (Clemens) caught four passes for 37 yards and 1 TD in 35-0 win over SA East Central. 5. WR JORDAN WHITTINGTON (Cuero) Had 2 receptions for 68 yards and 2 TDs. He also rushed 12 yards on two carries with 1 TD in 60-21 win over Gonzales. 6. TE BRALEN TAYLOR (Cuero) had 4 catches for 100 yards and 3 TDs. AP TEXAS HS POLLS Class 6A 1. Allen (14) (3-0) 2. Converse Judson (6) (4-0) 3. Katy (2) (2-0) 4. DeSoto (3) (3-0) 5. Austin Westlake (4-0) 6. Lake Travis (3-1) 7. Garland Sachse (4-0) 8. Waco Midway (4-0) 9. The Woodlands (1-1) 10. Spring Westfield (2-0) Others receiving votes: 11, Klein Collins 21. 12, Smithson Valley 6. 13, Amarillo Tascosa 4. 14, Arlington Martin 2. 14, Beaumont West Brook 2. 14, Odessa Permian 2. 14, SA Northside O'Connor 2. 18, San Benito 1. Class 5A 1. Aledo (16) (3-0) 2. Manvel (8) (2-0) 3. Denton Ryan (1) (4-0) 4. CC Calallen (3-0) 5. Dallas Highland Park (3-1) 6. Cedar Park (3-1) 7. Angleton (3-0) 8. Mansfield Legacy (3-1) 9. Frisco Lone Star (3-1) 10. Dripping Springs (4-0) Others receiving votes: 11, West Mesquite 18. 12, A&M Consolidated 17. 13, Fort Bend Marshall 16. 14, Richmond Foster 15. 15, Colleyville Heritage 12. 16, Hutto 10. 17, Temple 8. 18, Lubbock Coronado 6. 19, Mansfield Lake Ridge 5. 19, College Station 5. 21, Port Neches-Groves 4. 22, Port Arthur Memorial 3. 23, N. Richland Hills 2. 23, Tomball 2. 25, Abilene Cooper 1. Class 4A 1. Carthage (22) (4-0) 2. West Orange-Stark (2) (2-0) 3. Argyle (4-0) 4. Waco La Vega (4-0) 5. Cuero (1) (3-0) 6. Kennedale (3-0) 7. Gilmer (3-1) 8. Midlothian Heritage (4-0) 9. Van (4-0) 10. Sweetwater (4-0) Others receiving votes: 11, China Spring 12. 12, Kilgore 8. 13, Henderson 7. 14, Graham 5. 15, Wimberley 3. 16, Stephenville 2. 17, Texarkana Pleasant Grove 1. 17, Raymondville 1. 17, Bay City 1. 17, Boerne 1. Class 3A 1. Gunter (14) (4-0) 2. Hallettsville (3) (3-0) 3. Lexington (3) (4-0) 4. Wall (3) (4-0) 5. Newton (2) (3-0) 6. Malakoff (3-0) 7. Brock (3-1) 8. East Bernard (3-0) 9. Canadian (4-0) 10. New London West Rusk (3-0) Others receiving votes: 11, Jefferson 12. 12, Cameron Yoe 10. 12, Yoakum 10. 14, Sonora 9. 15, Eastland 4. 16, Grandview 3. 17, Mount Vernon 2. 17, Big Sandy Harmony 2. 19, Kemp 1. 19, George West 1. 19, Woodville 1. Class 2A 1. Refugio (14) (2-0) 2. Tenaha (7) (4-0) 3. Mason (2) (4-0) 4. Muenster (4-0) 5. Mart (2) (3-1) 6. Albany (4-0) 7. Abernathy (4-0) 8. Bremond (3-1) 9. Crawford (3-1) 10. De Leon (4-0) Others receiving votes: 11, Milano 12. 12, San Augustine 10. 13, Price Carlisle 8. 14, Centerville 7. 15, Iraan 6. 16, Wellington 5. 17, Joaquin 3. 18, Post 2. 19, Shiner 1. MAXPREPS NATIONAL TOP 25 1. Mater Dei (Cal) 2. IMG Academy (Fla) 3. St Thomas Aquinas (Fla) 4. Grayson (Ga) 5. American Heritage (Fla) 6. St John Bosco (Ca) 7. DeSoto, TX 8. Centennial (Ca) 9. Allen, TX 10. St Joseph’s Prep (Pa) 11. Bingham (Ut) 12. Bishop Gorman (NV) 13. St. Xavier (Oh) 14. Ben Davis (IN) 15. Miami Central (Fla) 16. Trinity (Ky) 17. South Pointe (SC) 18. Katy, TX 19. DeMatha (MD) 20. Converse Judson TX 21. St Frances Academy (MD) 22. Mission Viejo (CA) 23. St Louis (HI) 24. DeLa Salle (CA) 25. St Johns (DC)
  8. Allen QB Grant Tisdale in action last Friday. (courtesy DMN) Tisdale finding his place at Allen (courtesy of DMN) Ever since Kyler Murray became a high school football legend, the quarterback position at Allen has perhaps the biggest spotlight in high school sports. After Murray, Mitchell Jonke took the mantle and kept the standard of play high. This season, junior Grant Tisdale took over after playing some last season and on Friday, in a close win 35-23 over a stellar Coppell team, Tisdale showed he could fill the position. Tisdale connected on three touchdown passes of 31 yards or longer. In total, he finished the game 10 for 14 with a career-high 206 passing yards and three touchdowns. He also made several plays with his legs, rushing 13 times for 113 yards. "I feel like my confidence is high," Tisdale said after the game. "If my team is strong, I'm strong." Wylie Pirates head out to support Rockport-Fulton (courtesy of DMN) Wylie High School held food and supply drives to aid those affected by Hurricane Harvey. That wasn't enough to satisfy students, who wanted to do more. So Friday, with its football team having a bye and not playing this week, Wylie's Pirates will travel more than 400 miles one way to support the Pirates of Rockport-Fulton, whose community was among the hardest hit by the Category 4 hurricane and its 130-mph winds. Sponsors and about 150 students from Wylie will take three charter buses to cheer on Rockport-Fulton when it plays Ingleside at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Tuloso-Midway in Corpus Christi. Wylie will present a donation of about $5,000 -- money raised through T-shirt sales -- to Rockport-Fulton, along with about 2,000 letters and notes of encouragement. "We're going to go down there and root for Pirates. Pirates gotta stick together," Montgomery said. "We're separated by miles and united as Pirates. STREAKS END South Garland ended their 25-game losing streak last Friday by beating W.T. White 46-40. Their starting RB,Jaquarion Turner, set a school record with 408 yards rushing. State’s longest win streak ended at 49 in a row when Bremond was upset by Milano Friday. Mind-Boggling Central Texas’ Liberty Hill ran up an amazing 734 yards rushing, averaging 11.3 yards per carry as a team. They beat Brownwood Friday 70-49. Stony Point forfeits two wins (courtesy Austin American Statesman) Stony Point is now officially winless on the season after the Tigers had to forfeit a pair of wins, according to Round Rock school district athletic director Dwayne Weirich. Weirich did not explain the reason for Stony Point’s forfeits, but UIL spokeswoman Kate Hector informed American-Statesman correspondent Hunter Cooke that the UIL had been notified that Stony Point used an ineligible player in the two forfeited contests. “The minimum penalty for playing an ineligible player is forfeiture of that contest,” Hector wrote in an email. Stony Point beat Killeen 42-21 in the season opener and Killeen Ellison 42-23 in the second week of the season. The Tigers lost to Belton 24-21 last week. The forfeits won’t affect Stony Point’s playoff chances, since both occurred during non-district play. The Tigers won’t begin their six-game slate in District 13-6A until a Sept. 29 meeting with Round Rock. NOTABLE GAMES THIS WEEK #1 Carthage @ #2 Gilmer #8 GP Northshore @ #2 Manvel Dallas Wilson @ Frisco Wakeland Dalhart @ Vernon #8 Wylie @ #4 Argyle Waco @ Waco Midway Big Sandy @ Harelton Longview @ Mesquite Horn John Tyler @ Rockwall #9 Iraan @ #4 Mason Dallas Carter vs South Oak Cliff Houston Heights' Jalen Green scored two TDs rushing and passed for another Friday night. . 2018 CLASS 1. BJ FOSTER, S, Angleton (2-1) defeated Chavez, 66-0. No stats available. This week – vs. Westside at Angleton. 2. BRENNAN EAGLES, WR, Alief Taylor lost to Dekaney, 26-14. Eagles had three receptions for 28 yards. This week – vs Seven Lakes, Saturday, Sept. 23 at 6 pm 3. CADEN STERNS, S, #5 Cibolo Steele (1-2) lost to SA O’Connor, 42-30. No stats available. This week – vs Smithson Valley Friday, Sept 22, 7:30 p.m. 4. JALEN GREEN, CB, Houston Heights (1-0) defeated Clear Creek 56-21. Green, playing QB, was 6 of 6 passing for 105 yards and 1 TD. He rushed 7 times for 55 yards and 2 TDs. This week – vs Katy Tompkins, Thursday, Sept. 21, 7 pm 5. ALVONTE WOODARD, WR, Houston Lamar (0-1) lost to Klein Collins, 23-14. Woodard had two receptions for 12 yards. This week – vs. Alief Elsik, Friday, Sept. 22, 7 p.m. 6. DEMARVION OVERSHOWN, S, Arp, defeated Alto 28-21, Friday. Overshown had a 76-yard punt return for a touchdown. He rushed three times for 27 yards and one TD. He also had two receptions for 28 yards. In the third quarter, Overshown had a key pass deflection in the end zone which saved a touchdown. This week – Idle Next game – Arp at Waskom Friday Sept 29, 7:30 pm, Wildcat Stadium 7. AYODELE ADEOYE, LB, IMG Academy cancelled their game with St Johns due to Hurricane Irma. This week – vs. Miami Central, Friday, Sept 22, 7 pm, neutral site 8. CAMERON RISING, QB, Newbury Park CA lost to Valencia 48-7, Friday. Rising has completed 40 of 59 passes for 742 yards in three games and has thrown for nine touchdowns and just one interception. He’s rushed for an additional 186 yards and five touchdowns on 17 carries. Friday night, Rising passed for 102 yards and rushed for 40 more. He had one interception. He was replaced by the backup QB late in the 2nd quarter, down 41-0. This week – vs Venice, Sept. 22, 7 pm Venice. 9. KEAONTAY INGRAM, RB, Carthage defeated Whitehouse 42-20, Friday. Ingram rushed for two touchdowns, one for 67 yards and another 4-yard run. 170 yards rushing. 4 receptions for 38 yards. This week – at #2 Gilmer Saturday Sept. 23, 7:30 pm, 10. RONDALE MOORE, WR, Louisville Trinity KY defeated Champagnat Catholic. Moore had 18 catches for 242 yards and three TD receptions. This week – at Jeffersontown, Friday Sept. 22, 7:30 p.m. 11. CASEY THOMPSON, QB, Newcastle OK (0-3), lost to Blanchard 50-22, Friday. Thompson had his best night of the year so far, completing 30-of-44 passes for 287 yards and was intercepted once. He had two touchdown passes, including a 61-yarder in the closing moments. Thompson added 61 yards on the ground and had a 56-yard punt that was downed at the Blanchard 1-yard line This week – at Weatherford, Friday Sept. 22, 7:00 pm 12. BYRON HOBBS, LB, FW Eastern Hills (2-1) defeated Dallas Hillcrest 34-8. No stats available. This week – Idle Next Game – at Richland, Friday Sept. 29, 7:30 p.m. 13. REESE MOORE, OT, Seminole (2-1) defeated Snyder 40-0, Friday, No stats available. This week – vs Amarillo River Road, Friday Sept. 22, 7:30 pm, Seminole 14. DOMINICK WOOD-ANDERSON, TE, AZ Western College – Idle This week – vs. Eastern Arizona, Saturday, Sept. 22, 7 p.m. Arizona Western radio – 560 AM KBLU 15. CAMERON DICKER, K, Austin Lake Travis defeated Dallas Jesuit 64-45, No stats available. This week – at Hendrickson (Pflugerville), Friday, 7 pm 16. KEONDRE COBURN, DT, Houston Spring Westfield defeatd #8 GP Northshore, 37-20. No stats available. This week – vs. Clear Springs, Friday, Sept. 22 17. MALCOM EPPS, TE, Spring Dekaney defeatd Alief Taylor 26-14. No stats available. This week – vs. Klein Oak, Thursday at 5 pm (Dek) 18. RHAFITI GHIRMAI, OL, Frisco Wakeland defeated Richardson Pearce, 41-6. No stats available. This week – vs. Dallas Wilson, Friday, Sept. 22, 7 p.m. Frisco 2019 CLASS
 1. ROSCHON JOHNSON, QB, Port Neches-Groves – Idle This week – vs Lumberton TEXAS TARGETS 1. Grant Tisdale, QB, Allen – 10 of 14 for 204 yards and 3 TDs. Rushed for 98 yards on 16 carries. 2. Theo Wease WR, Allen – 5 receptions for 85 yards and two TDs. 3. Marcel Brooks, LB, FM Marcus – 20 tackles, SIX SACKS (not a typo) 4. Jordan Whittington, WR, Cuero – 4 receptions for 90 yards and a touchdown. Had three carries for 25 yards. He also had a 55 yard punt return for a TD. 5. D’shawn Jamison, CB, Houston Lamar – Returned an interception 46 yards for a touchdown. AP TEXAS HS FOOTBALL POLLS CLASS 6A 1. Allen (14) 3-0 2. Converse Judson (5) 3-0 3. Katy (2) 1-0 4. DeSoto (3) 3-0 5. Austin Westlake 3-0 6. Lake Travis 2-1 7. Sachse 3-0 8. The Woodlands 0-1 9. Hewitt Midway 3-0 10. Spring Westfield 1-0 Others receiving votes: 11, Mansfield 14. 12, Klein Collins 13. 13, Galena Park North Shore 9. 14, Fort Bend Ridge Point 8. 15, SA Northside O'Connor 7. 16, Longview 5. 17, Cibolo Steele 4. 18, San Benito 3. 18, Amarillo Tascosa 3. 18, Austin Bowie 3. 21, Arlington Martin 2. 21, Odessa Permian 2. 21, John Tyler 2. 24, Southlake Carroll 1. 24, Beaumont West Brook 1. 24, Coppell 1. CLASS 5A 1. Aledo (18) 3-0 2. Manvel (5) 1-0 3. Denton Ryan (1) 3-0 4. Corpus Christi Calallen 3-0 5. Richmond Foster 1-0 6. Highland Park 2-1 7. Temple 2-1 8. Cedar Park 2-1 9. Frisco Lone Star 3-0 10. Angleton 2-0 Others receiving votes: 11, Mansfield Legacy 17. 12, Fort Bend Marshall 16. 13, Dripping Springs 12. 14, A&M Consolidated 10. 14, West Mesquite 10. 16, Lancaster 9. 17, College Station 8. 18, Lubbock Coronado 3. 18, N. Richland Hills 3. 20, Hutto 2. 21, Port Neches-Groves 1. CLASS 4A 1. Carthage (21) 3-0 2. Gilmer (1) 3-0 3. West Orange-Stark (1) 2-0 4. Argyle 3-0 5. Waco La Vega 3-0 6. Cuero (1) 2-0 7. Kennedale 2-0 8. Midlothian Heritage 3-0 9. Van 3-0 10. Abilene Wylie 2-1 Others receiving votes: 11, Kilgore 8. 12, Sweetwater 7. 12, China Spring 7. 14, Henderson 4. 15, Liberty Hill 3. 16, Graham 2. 16, Celina 2. 18, Andrews 1. 18, Boerne 1. . CLASS 3A 1. Gunter (14) 3-0 2. Hallettsville (2) 2-0 3. Lexington (3) 3-0 4. Wall (3) 3-0 5. NEWTON (2) 2-0 6. MALAKOFF 2-0 7. Brock 2-1 8. East Bernard 2-0 9. Canadaian 3-0 10. Cameron Yoe 2-1 Others receiving votes: 11, West Rusk 17. 12, Yoakum 11. 13, Jefferson 9. 14, Sonora 8. 15, Harmony 2. 16, Woodville 1. CLASS 2A 1. Refugio (18) 1-0 2. TENAHA (6) 3-0 3. Mason 3-0 4. Muenster 3-0 5. Mart 2-1 6. Albany 3-0 7. Abernathy 3-0 8. Iraan 3-0 9. Bremond 2-1 10. Crawford 2-1 Others receiving votes: 11, De Leon 21. 12, Milano 10. 13, Centerville 7. 14, Carlisle 5. 15, Wellington 4. 15, San Augustine 4. 17, Shiner 2. 17, Post 2. 17, Joaquin 2. 20, Stratford 1. MAXPREPS NATIONAL TOP 25 1. Mater Dei (Cal) 2. IMG Academy (Fla) 3. St Thomas Aquinas (Fla) 4. Grayson (Ga) 5. American Heritage (Fla) 6. St John Bosco (Ca) 7. DeSoto, TX 8. Centennial (Ca) 9. Allen, TX 10. St Joseph’s Prep (Pa) 11. Bingham (Ut) 12. Central (Fla) 13. Bishop Gorman (NV) 14. St. Xavier (Oh) 15. Trinity (Ky) 16. Ben Davis (IN) 17. St John’s (DC) 18. Katy, TX 19. DeMatha (MD) 20. South Pointe (SC) 21. Converse Judson TX 22. St Frances Academy (MD) 23. Mission Viejo (CA) 24. St Louis (HI) 25. DeLa Salle (CA)
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