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  1. [vid]https://www.courier-journal.com/videos/sports/preps/kentucky/2017/12/03/trinitys-rondale-moore-discusses-win-over-st.-x/108288234/[/vid] Trinity beats St. Xavier in Kentucky 6A final behind Rondale Moore's big game (Courtesy Lexington Courier Journal) LEXINGTON, Ky. – St. Xavier High School made it a game this time, but Rondale Moore ended up owning it. The Trinity High School senior produced 293 yards of offense, scored three touchdowns and wrapped up his case to win Kentucky’s Mr. Football award while leading the Shamrocks to a 38-21 victory over rival St. X in Sunday’s Class 6A championship game. A crowd of 9,791 at the University of Kentucky’s Kroger Field saw Moore – a University of Texas commit - show why he’s among the nation’s most coveted recruits in the Class of 2018. “That’s the game plan: You have a thoroughbred, you have to ride him,” Trinity coach Bob Beatty said. “He did not disappoint. He was nicked up a little bit with an ankle (injury), but he fought through it. We talked about it at halftime: ‘There’s no tomorrows. You don’t have to worry about Monday’s practice.’ He was fabulous.” Moore helped Trinity complete its second straight 15-0 season – the first time that’s happened in Beatty’s 18-season tenure – and win its 25th state title overall. That’s the most in state history, two more than Highlands’ 23. Trinity also continued its recent dominance of its archrival, beating St. X for the 14th time in the past 15 meetings. The Shamrocks beat the Tigers 28-0 in the regular-season matchup on Sept. 29. “I knew it probably wasn’t going to be a shutout this time,” Beatty said, “but we persevered through it and played very well.” While Moore was leading the rushing and receiving duties, senior Nick Bohn was his usual steady self at quarterback, completing 19 of 26 passes for 286 yards and three touchdowns. He finished the season with a completion rate of 79.7 percent, besting the national record of 75.1 percent set by Leslie County’s Tim Couch in 1994. Bohn also was intercepted twice but said he didn’t let it affect him. “I had to let that go,” Bohn said. That’s how we came out with the W.” St. X quarterback Jack Albers completed 9 of 22 passes for 196 yards and two touchdowns and also rushed for 50 yards and a score on 24 carries. But Albers also was sacked five times and the Tigers managed just 79 rushing yards on 45 attempts (1.8 yards per carry). Trinity’s Ethan Hull and Arak McDuffie both had two sacks, and McDuffie finished with 4 ½ tackles for loss. “We did a lot of things that we wanted to do,” Tigers coach Will Wolford said. “I’m very proud of the way we fought in the second half, but the second quarter we didn’t capitalize on the opportunities we had and (Trinity) did.” Albers’ 26-yard touchdown pass to Will Crum gave St. X (12-3) an early 7-0 lead before the Moore show began. Bohn connected with Moore on a 62-yard touchdown pass to tie the score at 7, and less than 3 minutes later Moore broke loose for a 93-yard touchdown run that made it 14-7 with 1:49 left in the first quarter. “I just saw a hole and made one cut and used my speed and went to the end zone,” Moore said. Albers’ 35-yard touchdown pass to Ben Mueller tied the score at 14 early in the second quarter before an offensive onslaught gave Trinity control. Bohn sandwiched a pair of touchdown passes to Nick Strothman around a 3-yard touchdown run by Moore, giving the Shamrocks a 35-14 halftime lead. Bohn said Moore’s presence in the offense allowed him to prosper at quarterback. “He’s the best player in the state and deserves Mr. Football over anyone,” Bohn said. “I don’t care what anybody says. He’s an All-American.” Albers’ 13-yard touchdown run pulled St. X within 35-21 with 6:42 left in the third quarter. Jude Carlon’s interception of Bohn gave the Tigers a chance to pull closer, and they drove to the Trinity 4-yard line. But after three runs resulted in a net loss of 1 yard, Albers’ fourth-down pass was incomplete. Trinity answered with a 24-yard field goal by Sebastian Mata that made it 38-21 with 10:05 left. The victory gave Beatty his 13th state title during his Trinity tenure and improved his record in state finals to 13-2. “I always talk about, ‘Who’s the best team? The next team,’” Beatty said with a smile as his players celebrated around him. “Right now, those guys are the best team.” * The Kentucky Football Coaches Association announced its Class 6A honorees at halftime, with Ryle running back Jake Chisholm named Player of the Year and Scott County’s Jim McKee named Coach of the Year. TRINITY 14 21 0 3 - 38 ST. XAVIER 7 7 7 0 – 21 SX – Will Crum 26 pass from Jack Albers (Alan Mateja kick); T – Rondale Moore 62 pass from Nick Bohn (Sebastian Mata kick); T – Moore 93 run (Mata kick); SX – Ben Mueller 35 pass from Albers (Mateja kick); T – Nick Strothman 36 pass from Bohn (Mata kick); T – Moore 3 run (Mata kick); T – Strothman 3 pass from Bohn (Mata kick); SX – Albers 13 run (Mateja kick); T – Mata 24 FG. https://www.courier-journal.com/story/sports/preps/kentucky/2017/12/03/trinity-beats-st-xavier-class-6-a-final-behind-rondale-moores-big-game/901414001/ TEXAS COMMITS IN THE PLAYOFFS – QUARTERFINALS ROUND Class 6A Div 1 CAMERON DICKER, K, Austin Lake Travis defeated Los Fresnos 42-7. Dicker was 6 of 6 on PATs. Lake Travis vs SA O’Connor, Saturday, 4 p.m. Alamodome Class 6A Div 2 CADEN STERNS, S, Cibolo Steele defeated Weslaco East 36-21. No stats available. Cibolo Steele vs #5 Austin Westlake, Saturday, 8 p.m. Alamodome Class 5A Div 1 BJ FOSTER, S, Angleton defeated Corpus Christi Flour Bluff 56-14. Foster rushed for 157 yards on 8 carries and scored 2 touchdowns. #5 Angleton vs Richmond Foster, Friday 7:30 p.m. NRG Stadium CLASS 4A, DIV 1 KEAONTAY INGRAM, RB, Carthage defeated Silsbee 64-36. Ingram rushed for 161 yards on 8 carries and scored 2 TDs. He also caught a touchdown pass for 59 yards. 
#1 Carthage vs Henderson, Friday, 7:30 p.m., Homer Bryce Stadium, Nacogdoches SEASON 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 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 had six receptions for 70 yards and a touchdown D’SHAWN JAMISON, CB, Houston Lamar returned a kickoff 79 yards for a touchdown REESE MOORE, OT, Seminole KEONDRE COBURN, DT, Houston Spring Westfield ROSCHON JOHNSON, QB, Port Neches Groves was 16-35 passing for 178 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions. He added 209 yards and two scores on 29 carries in loss to College Station. TEXAS TARGETS VERNON JACKSON, Boling, Rushed for 203 yards on 28 carries and scored 2 touchdowns in 28-6 win over East Bernard. Jackson also threw a 47-yd touchdown pass and racked up 3 sacks on defense. JORDAN WHITTINGTON, Cuero, caught three passes for 85 yards and two touchdowns in 38-24 win over Navarro. GRANT TISDALE, Allen, QB, was 4-10 passing for 96 yards and two touchdowns while also running for 51 yards on 13 carries in 48-25 win over Arlington Martin. THEO WEISS, ALLEN, WR, caught four passes for 96 yards and two scores. TEXAS QUARTERFINAL PLAYOFF SCHEDULE QUARTERFINALS CLASS 6A DIVISION 1 Euless Trinity (11-2) vs. Allen (13-0), 1 p.. Saturday, Apogee Stadium, Denton RR Cedar Ridge (12-1) vs. Pflugerville Hendrickson (10-3), 5 p.m. Saturday, The Pfield, Pflugerville
 Katy (11-0) vs. Houston North Shore (9-3), 2 p.m. Saturday, NRG Stadium, Houston Austin Lake Travis (11-2) vs. Helotes O'Connor (13-0), 4 p.m. Saturday, Alamodome, San Antonio CLASS 6A DIVISION II Southlake Carroll (10-3) vs. Waco Midway (13-0), 6 p.m. Saturday, McLane Stadium, Waco Longview (12-1) vs. Lufkin (11-2), 1 p.m. Saturday, Bryce Stadium, Nacogdoches Cypress Fairbanks (12-0) vs. Houston Langham Creek (11-1), 1 p.m. Saturday, Cy-Fair FCU Stadium, Cypress Austin Westlake (13-0) vs. Cibolo Steele (9-4), 8 p.m. Saturday, Alamodome, San Antonio CLASS 5A DIVISION 1 Denton Ryan (13-0) vs. Lubbock Coronado (13-0), 2 p.m. Saturday, Wildcat Stadium, Abilene Highland Park (12-1) vs. Mansfield Lake Ridge (12-1), 7:30 p.m. Friday, AT&T Stadium, Arlington Manvel (12-0) vs. Temple (10-3), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Panther Stadium, Prairie View Angleton (12-0) vs. Richmond Foster (9-3), 7:30 p.m. Friday, NRG Stadium, Houston CLASS 5A DIVISION 1 NRH Richland (11-2) vs. Aledo (13-0), 2 p.m. Saturday, Ford Center, Frisco Frisco Lone Star (12-1) vs. Mansfield Legacy (11-2), 2 p.m. Saturday, Ford Stadium, Dallas MC Marshall (10-2) vs. College Station (11-2), 1 p.m. Saturday, Waller Austin McCallum (13-0) vs. CC Calallen (13-0), noon Saturday, Alamodome, San Antonio 
 CLASS 4A DIVISION 1 WF Hirschi (11-2) vs. Stephenville (11-2), 7 p.m. Friday, Ranger Stadium, Fort Worth Kennedale (12-1) vs. Kaufman (12-1), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Ford Center, Frisco Carthage (13-0) vs. Henderson (11-2), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Bryce Stadium, Nacogdoches Waco La Vega (13-0) vs. Liberty Hill (10-2), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Buckley Stadium, Killeen 
 CLASS 4A DIVISION II Bushland (11-2) vs. Graham (13-0), 7 p.m. Friday, Lowrey Field, Lubbock Melissa (12-1) vs. Texarkana Pleasant Grove (13-0), 7 p.m. Friday, Paris Salado (12-1) vs. West Orange-Stark (11-0), 7 p.m. Friday, Legacy Stadium, Katy Wimberley (12-1) vs. Cuero (12-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Bastrop 
 CLASS 3A DIVISION I Brock (11-2) vs. Comanche (12-1), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Shotwell Stadium, Abilene Grandview (12-1) vs. Kemp (12-1), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Midlothian ISD Stadium Teague (11-2) vs. Rockdale (10-3), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Waco ISD Stadium Yoakum (12-1) vs. Goliad (11-1), 6 p.m. Saturday, Royal-Memorial Stadium, Austin CLASS 3A DIVISION II Canadian (13-0) vs. Childress (12-1), 7 p.m. Friday, Bivins Stadium, Amarillo Gunter (13-0) vs. New Diana (10-3), 7 p.m. Friday, Royse City Newton (12-0) vs. Waskom (9-4), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Martin Stadium, Lufkin Lexington (13-0) vs. Boling (8-3), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Brenham CLASS 2A DIVISION 1 Stratford (12-1) vs. Panhandle (9-4), 7 p.m. Friday, Dumas Crawford (11-2) vs. Mart (12-1), 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Waco ISD Stadium Centerville (10-3) vs. San Augustine (13-0), 7 p.m. Friday, Wildcat Stadium, Palestine Mason (13-0) vs. Refugio (11-1), 7 p.m. Friday, Alamodome, San Antonio CLASS 2A DIVISION II Wellington (12-1) vs. Clarendon (12-1), 7 p.m. Friday, Childress Albany (13-0) vs. Muenster (13-0), 7 p.m. Friday, Iowa Park Timpson (11-2) vs. Tenaha (13-0), 7 p.m. Thursday, Carthage Burton (12-1) vs. Falls City (11-2), 7 p.m. Friday, Bobcat Stadium, San Marcos
  2. NOTABLE GAMES THIS WEEK Lamar vs GP North Shore Atascocita vs Katy Klein Collins vs Longview Westfield vs Lufkin Arlington Martin vs Allen SA O’Connor vs San Benito Mansfield vs Waco Midway Abilene Cooper vs Aledo Graham vs Sweetwater Bushland vs Seminole Cedar Park vs Manvel Port Neches Groves vs College Station Kerrville Tivy vs Corpus Christi Calallen Kennedale vs Midlothian Heritage Henderson vs Kilgore Texarkana Pleasant Grove vs Celina Melissa vs Gilmer Cuero vs Geronimo Navarro Brock vs Wall Teague vs Franklin Canadian vs Colorado City West Rusk vs Newton TEXAS COMMITS IN THE PLAYOFFS – REGIONAL ROUND Class 6A Div 1 CAMERON DICKER, K, Austin Lake Travis defeated #4 Converse Judson 47-39. Dicker kicked a 48-yard field goal, but later missed a 46-yd field goal. He kicked an onside kick and recovered the ball for the Cavs, helping to erase an early deficit. Lake Travis vs Los Fresnos, Saturday, 1 p.m. Leo Aguilar Memorial Stadium, Los Fresnos. D'Shawn Jamison (5) of Lamar makes a diving touchdown in the second quarter of their win over Ridge Point. ALVONTE WOODARD, WR; D’SHAWN JAMISON, DB defeated Ridge Point 36-29. Jamison scored on an 82-yard touchdown on the opening kickoff. He later scored on an 8-yard run. He also had an interception near the goal line to stop a Ridge Point drive. Lamar vs GP North Shore, Friday, 7 p.m. Rice Stadium Class 6A Div 2 KEONDRE COBURN, DT, Houston Spring Westfield defeated San Marcos 47-3. No stats available. Spring Westfield vs Lufkin, 1:30 p.m. Porter’s Texan Drive Stadium CADEN STERNS, S, Cibolo Steele defeated Austin Vandegrift 36-18. Sterns caught a two-point conversion. Cibolo Steele vs Weslaco East, Friday, 7:30 p.m. Alamodome Class 5A Div 1 BJ FOSTER, S, Angleton defeated Boene Champion 69-7. Foster did not play. 
#5 Angleton vs Corpus Christi Flour Bluff, Friday 7:30 p.m. Bobcat Stadium San Marcos Class 5A Div 2 PNG’s Roschon Johnson rushed for 193 yards in the win over Texas City. ROSCHON JOHNSON, QB, Port Neches-Groves defeated Texas City 24-17. Johnson had 193 yards rushing and one touchdown. He had another 67 yards passing and one touchdown. Port Neches Groves vs. College Station, Saturday, 1 p.m. Turner Stadium, Humble CLASS 4A, DIV 1 KEAONTAY INGRAM, RB, Carthage defeated Brazosport 45-21. Ingram rushed for 135 yards scored 2 TDs. 
#1 Carthage vs Silsbee, Friday, 7 p.m., Abe Martin Stadium, Lufkin CLASS 4A, DIV 2 REESE MOORE, OT, Seminole, defeated Iowa Park 29-27. Moore had one catch for 9 yards. Seminole vs Bushland, Friday, 7 p.m. Lowrey Field, Lubbock KENTUCKY CLASS 6A
 RONDALE MOORE, WR, Louisville Trinity KY defeated Central Hardin 49-3 in the 4th round of the Kentucky 6A state playoffs. Moore was bottled up most of the evening, but did score on a 64-yard punt return for a touchdown in the third quarter. Central Hardin was the eighth team Trinity has held without a touchdown this season. Trinity has won 29 games in a row. Trinity faces St Xavier, a team they beat 28-0 earlier this season. KENTUCKY CLASS 6A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
Trinity (14-0) vs. St Xavier (12-2) Sunday 2 p.m. at University of Kentucky’s Kroger Field in Lexington. SEASON 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 DEMARVION OVERSHOWN, S, Arp MALCOM EPPS, TE, Dekaney JALEN GREEN, CB, Houston Heights RHAFITI GHIRMAI, OL, Frisco Wakeland ALL IN THE FAMILY: CARTHAGE’S INGRAMS EXPERIENCE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TOGETHER From left, Dewaylon Ingram, Darrian Ingram, and Keaontay Ingram. (Courtesy etsn.fm) CARTHAGE – Somewhere in Texas, there is a group of kids plotting their football dreams. They’ve spent all day playing football in their backyard, the characters in their own fantasy. They’ll get to high school and play on Friday nights. They’ll become adored figures in their school and community. They’ll win state championships and then prepare to do it all again in college. For most kids, the dream ends in the backyard. Walk into a practice at Carthage High School and you’ll discover a quintet of kids for whom the dream is still alive. Meet the Ingrams. You’ve probably heard of Keaontay Ingram, the top running back destined to become a Texas Longhorn next season. His cousin, Dewaylon Ingram, has accepted a scholarship to play receiver at Sam Houston State. What about Darrian Ingram? He is a defensive starter for the Bulldogs with 46 tackles and four for loss this season. Rayvon Ingram is just a sophomore in his first full year on varsity, but has seen playing time both on offense and defense this season. Then there’s Kelvontay Dixon, the brother of Keaontay Ingram. He began the season as a starting safety and backup running back before suffering an ankle injury in the third game. They represent hope for the backyard dreamers. They grew up in the way most kids do in East Texas. They ran outside barefoot. Whenever they weren’t playing football, they were shooting at rabbits with their BB guns. “We’ve killed and caught so many, you lose track,” Keaontay said. Most of the time, though, they were playing football. The older kids prepared the younger two for the road ahead. With family members, there was no holding back. The tackles were full-strength and left marks. “It made me tougher,” Rayvon Ingram said. “They always go hard. They talk trash, hit us hard.” It was all in good fun. When they reached middle school, they began to map their future success. Multiple touchdowns, multiple championships and Texas high school football glory. “It’s been a dream,” Dewaylon Ingram said. "We used to talk about it and then we did it. It made it even better.” They never doubted it would happen. The Bulldogs won the state championship in 2016, meaning their dreams were no longer that. The experience of playing in AT&T Stadium was daunting, but they pulled out a 31-17 victory against Abilene Wylie. “I knew there was gonna be a lot of people, but I didn’t know it was gonna be like that,” Keaontay Ingram said. “You’ve got people way up in the top that look like looked like little ants. The experience there was fun, but you got a little nervous, too. There’s a lot of eyes on you just watching your every move. You don’t really wanna take a play off because everybody is watching somebody. I feel like our team experiences something like that and got a taste of that and they want to do it again.” Carthage is on the path to another state championship this season. The Bulldogs haven’t lost a game yet and are already in the regional semifinals, where they will face Silisbee at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Lufkin. The Ingrams might have achieved a goal last year, but the dream isn’t over yet. The Ingrams aren't the first to play sports in their family tree. Rickey Ingram was a member of the 2009 and 2010 Carthage teams that won state championships. He played safety. Dewaylon Ingram's brother, Ja'Marcus Ingram, grew up in Dallas. He attended South Oak Cliff in high school and is a redshirt freshman at Utah State. Brandie Ingram, the mother of Keaontay Ingram and Dixon, played basketball in Carthage and then at Ranger College for two seasons. She is an assistant coach with the girls basketball team at Carthage now. The list goes on. Keaontay Ingram's father was a good football player, too, he said. None of the other Ingrams got the chance to play with this many family members. That's what separates this group from the rest. "To have that and be playing with each other, that’s gonna be memorable moments when we sit back 20 years down the road,” Keaontay Ingram said. Keaontay Ingram and Dixon are the closest in relation, being half brothers. The rest are cousins of varying degrees. They've played together since they were small, playing Pop Warner and community league sports. "They know each other," Brandie Ingram said. "When you get to know your teammates and who you’re playing with and what they can and can’t do and you’re pushing each other to be successful each and every day, that has a lot to do with (the success).” Darrian Ingram moved into a starting role during the first round of the playoffs last year. He said making his first start in a playoff game was nerve-wracking, but he relished the opportunity to be on the field for the state championship victory with his family. “I had that fight in me every play," he said. "I had to prove something to my coaches and to my teammates.” Scott Surratt has been the coach at Carthage since 2007 and has seen plenty of Ingrams come through the program since then. He knows better than anybody the impact the family has had on the program. It goes beyond just athletic ability to establish a culture, he said. "The Ingrams are gonna have fun, but you know they’ll work their butts off every day," he said. "They’ve gotten better. A lot of times, people level out, especially when they’re seniors. They think they got it figured out. Not these guys.” That work ethic starts with Keaontay Ingram. The Monday after the Bulldogs won the championship last season, he was back to work, formulating a plan for 2017. He watched videos of Dwight Smith, who holds the record for most rushing yards in a single season by a Carthage player. He also runs track when it isn't football season. He said he is constantly working on his speed, naming Kansas City Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill as an inspiration. He adds more to the family legacy in that he is one of the most successful players in Carthage history. He is the Bulldogs' career touchdown leader with 67 to date and ranks third in career yardage with 4,573 career rushing. He needs 308 yards to become the second player in school history to finish with two 2,000-yard rushing seasons.* Although each Carthage player must hold a target in that they are defending state champions, Keaontay Ingram said he holds another as a top recruit. “I carry a lot of weight," he said. "You gotta go out there and prove yourself every single night. It has its perks, but sometimes it’s not fun when everybody is targeting you and trying to stop you and people expect you to do with same thing while everybody is trying to target you. It’s a lot of pressure that comes with it. They’re tied in to their own opinion. The only thing for people like me to do is go out there and compete and show them why you’re a No. 1 recruit.” The Ingrams are a big part of the reason why the Bulldogs have a chance to repeat as state champions, but they're not the only reason. Dewaylon Ingram has 887 yards receiving and 12 touchdowns, but Dee Bowens leads the team with 947 and 16. Keaontay Ingram has rushed for 28 touchdowns, but the defense has also been stout, led by Jacorey Ware, Mekhi Colbert and Mykel Gates. This Carthage team is talented in many areas and will be a tough out. “(We) just (have to) keep practicing hard and play with a chip on our shoulder," Dewaylon Ingram said. "We know everybody wants to beat us.” Darrian, Keaontay and Dewaylon will all graduate after this season, but the Ingram legacy won't fade away. Rayvon and Dixon will be juniors, ready to make their own impacts. Surratt said when all is said and done, Dixon has the chance to pick up where his brother left off. "He’s gonna be a special, special player," he said. "He may be the fastest one of all of them before it’s all over. What a great kid. I’m so sad for him that he only got to play two games.” For now, the four Ingrams and their teammates have their sights set on even bigger rings. It all seems so surreal, that of all the kids pretending in their yards they would be the ones to live their fantasy. Most kids don't have the drive or if they do they lack the talent. The Ingrams are a lucky group to possess both. If their season were to end on Friday, it would be a fun ride, but this Carthage team and the Ingram's legacy would likely only be a good team that won a state title one season. Nothing truly dominant, like the Carthage teams that took three state titles from 2008-10. If, however, they can win again in AT&T Stadium, they enter a new class: back-to-back champions. It's something Keaontay Ingram has been thinking about plenty. "Hopefully, if we don’t make it, we know we gave 110 percent and that team was fundamentally better than us and more gifted than us," he said. "I feel like 10 years from now, some teams won’t be remembered. "We want to be remembered.” http://etsn.fm/all-in-the-family-carthages-ingrams-experience-high-school-football-together/
  3. Hondo says don't diss the record! I complained about the lopsided scores in the first round of the playoffs. But there are exceptions, of course. A year ago, 1-9 Hondo defeated 9-1 Devine in the first round. This week, 3-8 Hondo meets 7-3 Sweeny after beating undefeated Pearsall in the opening round. NOTABLE GAMES Class 6A Div 1 Euless Trinity vs #6 Duncanville Cy Ranch vs #2 Katy Atascocita vs Dickinson Lamar vs Ridge Point Lake Travis vs #9 Converse Judson Class 6A Div 2 Southlake Carroll vs #10 DeSoto Byron Nelson vs #5 Waco Midway Smithson Valley vs Austin Westlake Class 5A Div 1 Cedar Park vs Ennis Nederland vs #2 Manvel Richmond Foster vs #8 Dripping Springs Class 5A Div 2 Port Neches Groves vs Texas City Class 4A Div 1 El Campo vs Kilgore Stephenville vs Pampa #7 Kennedale vs Van Class 4A Div 2 Celina vs Jasper Seminole vs Iowa Park Class 3A Div 1 Shallowater vs Brock Class 3A Div 2 Daingerfield vs #1 Gunter Cisco vs Childress TEXAS COMMITS PNG’s Roschon Johnson accounted for more than 500 yards of offense and 10 TDs. Class 6A Div 1 CAMERON DICKER, K, Austin Lake Travis defeated Madison 49-14. No stats available.
Lake Travis vs Converse Judson, Saturday, 2 p.m. DKR Royal Memorial Stadium ALVONTE WOODARD, WR; D’SHAWN JAMISON, DB defeated Cy Falls 14-10. Woodard caught three passes for 47 yards and 1 TD.
Lamar vs Ridge Point, Friday, 12 p.m. Delmar Stadium Class 6A Div 2 KEONDRE COBURN, DT, Houston Spring Westfield defeated Stratford 42-10. No stats available.
Spring Westfield vs San Marcos Friday, 2 p.m. Prairie View A&M CADEN STERNS, S, Cibolo Steele defeated SA Brennan 31-3. No stats available. Cibolo Steele vs Austin Vandegrift, Friday, 2 p.m. New Braunfels Canyon Stadium Class 5A Div 1 BJ FOSTER, S, Angleton defeated Highlands 79-14. Foster did not play.
#5 Angleton vs Boerne Champion, Friday 7:30 p.m. Heroes Stadium Class 5A Div 2 ROSCHON JOHNSON, QB, Port Neches-Groves defeated Crosby 72-69. Johnson had an incredible night. He was 10 of 14 passing for 302 yards and 5 TDs. Johnson also rushed 36 times for 254 yards and 5 TDs. He had 556 total yards and 10 TDs on the night. Port Neches Groves vs. Texas City, Friday, 8 p.m. NRG Stadium CLASS 4A, DIV 1 KEAONTAY INGRAM, RB, Carthage defeated Huffman-Hargrave 46-10. Ingram rushed for 150 yards on 18 carries and scored 3 TDs.
#1 Carthage vs Brazosport, Friday, 6 p.m., Texan Drive Field (Porter) Seminole’s Reese Moore caught two 42-yd TD passes in the win over Dalhart. CLASS 4A, DIV 2 REESE MOORE, OT, Seminole, defeated Dalhart 43-6. Moore caught two passes, both were 42-yard TD catches. 
Seminole vs Iowa Park, Friday, 2 p.m. Abilene Christian University Seminole is riding a 10-game winning streak. They have not lost since their opener with class 5A Lubbock High. KENTUCKY CLASS 6A RONDALE MOORE, WR, Louisville Trinity KY defeated Simon Kenton 49-17 in the 3rd round of the Kentucky 6A state playoffs. Moore had scored three times (one rushing, two receiving) and totaled 254 yards on just 20 touches. 
Trinity (13-0) vs. Central Hardin Friday 7:30 p.m. at Trinity SEASON 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 DEMARVION OVERSHOWN, S, Arp (Had 4 carries for 67 yards in loss to Newton) MALCOM EPPS, TE, Dekaney (caught 7 passes for 62 yards, 1 TD in loss to Klein Collins) JALEN GREEN, CB, Houston Heights RHAFITI GHIRMAI, OL, Frisco Wakeland
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