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1. Tyler Johnson Oak Ridge (1-1) (Conroe, TX) defeated Alief Elsik 60-13. No stats available.

Vs The Woodlands, 7 p.m. Friday at Woodforest Bank Stadium.
 
2. Jordan Whittington (1-1) Cuero (Cuero, TX) lost to Yoakum, 30-20, Friday. Whittington did not play due to groin injury.

vs El Campo, Friday, 7:30 at Gobbler Stadium.



 

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3. De'Gabriel Floyd (4-0) Westlake (Westlake Village, CA) defeated St Francis 35-21 Friday at home. Floyd scored two rushing touchdowns in the win.

vs. Moorpark, Friday, 7 p.m. at Moorpark.

 
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4. Jake Smith (4-0) Notre Dame Preparatory (Scottsdale, AZ) defeated Apollo 63-21.
Smith scored six more touchdowns, including a 37 yard catch from QB Jake Farrell. 

vs Desert Mountain at 7 p.m. Friday at Notre Dame Prep.
 
5. Kenyatta Watson II (2-1) Grayson (Loganville, GA) defeated Marietta 38-31. Watson had 7 tackles and 3 PBUs.

https://www.ajc.com/blog/high-school-sports/friday-wrapup-big-wins-for-grayson-sequoyah-rockmart-blessed-trinitiy/G06aW7vfgf8ULN7P9NTURO/

at Atlanta Westlake (GA) at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Westlake.
 

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6. Demariyon Houston (2-0) Millwood (Oklahoma City, OK) defeated defeated Douglass 56-0. Houston returned a kick off 92 yards for a touchdown..

vs Cascia Hall at Millwood at 7 p.m. Friday.
 

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7. Brayden Liebrock (3-1) Chandler (Chandler, AZ) defeated Faith Lutheran in the Polynesian Classic Saturday, 35-21. Liebrock had 6 catches for 56 yards and 1 touchdown.

Chandler will be idle this week.
vs. Desert Ridge Friday, Sept. 21 at Desert Ridge.

8. Chris Adimora (3-1) Mayfair (Lakewood, CA)  lost to Santa Margarita 55-7. Adimora had 9 tackles.

vs. Warren, Friday, 7 p.m. at Warren.

9. Roschon Johnson (1-1) Port Neches-Groves (Port Neches, TX) lost to Huntsville 31-14. Johnson was injured in the loss. Before being injured, Johnson was 17 of 32 for 191 yards and 1 touchdown. He also rushed for 55 yards.

vs Tomball, Friday at 7:30 p.m. at PNG.



10. Javonne Shepherd (0-2) North Forest (Houston, TX) lost to Porter 35-0. No stats available.

vs Washington, Thursday at 7 p.m. at North Forest.



11. Marcus Tillman Jr. (2-1) Jones (Orlando, FL) defeated Orlando Colonial 40-7. No stats available.

vs Orlando Evans, Friday, 7 p.m. at Jones HS.
 
12. Peter Mpagi (1-1) George Ranch (Richmond, TX) defeated Clear Lake 27-24 (2OTs). No stats available.

At Clear Springs, Saturday, 6 p.m. at George Ranch 


13. Marques Caldwell (0-2) Alvin (Alvin, TX) lost to Kempner 39-25. No stats available.

vs Tompkins, Friday at Alvin at 7L30 p.m..


14. T'Vondre Sweat (1-0) Huntsville (Huntsville, TX) defeated Port Neches Grovers 35-14 Friday. No stats available.

vs College Station, Friday, 7:30 p.m. at Huntsville HS



 

15. Jared Wiley (2-0) Temple (Temple, TX) – defeated Nuevo Leon 43-14. Wiley passed for 225 yards and 4 touchdowns.

vs Harker Heights, Friday, 7:30 p.m. Wildcat Stadium


2020 TEXAS COMMITS

1. Hudson Card, (1-0) Lake Travis (Austin, TX) defeated Mansfield Summit 14-0. Card was 11 of 17 passing for 88 yards and 1 touchdown. He also rushed for another score. The game was called in the 2nd quarter due to weather.

vs Bowie, Friday, 8 p.m. at Bowie.

 

ASSOCIATED PRESS TEXAS SCHOOLBOY RANKINGS

Class 6A

1. Allen (24)    (2-0)    249    1

2. Lake Travis (1)    (1-0)    219    2

3. Galena Park North Shore    (2-0)    176    4

4. Converse Judson    (2-0)    149    T5

5. Cypress Fairbanks    (2-0)    143    T5

6. Longview    (2-0)    126    7

7. Duncanville    (2-0)    95    8

8. Southlake Carroll    (2-0)    55    10

9. Katy    (1-1)    49    9

10. Austin Westlake    (1-1)    37    3

Others receiving votes: 11, Spring Westfield 26. 12, Euless Trinity 19. 13, DeSoto 11. 13, Klein Collins 11. 15, Cedar Hill 4. 16, Cypress Ranch 3. 17, Temple 2. 18, Humble Atascocita 1.

Class 5A

School    Total    Points    Prv

1. Aledo (22)    (2-0)    245    1

2. Dallas Highland Park (3)    (2-0)    213    2

3. Denton Ryan    (2-0)    190    3

4. Frisco Lone Star    (2-0)    143    6

5. Lufkin    (1-1)    140    5

6. College Station    (1-0)    102    7

7. Fort Bend Marshall    (2-0)    93    8

8. A&M Consolidated    (2-0)    67    9

9. Manvel    (1-1)    54    4

10. Angleton    (1-0)    34    NR

Others receiving votes: 11, Crosby 33. 11, Mansfield Legacy 33. 13, Hutto 24. 14, Richmond Foster 2. 15, Marshall 1. 15, Lubbock Cooper 1.

Class 4A

School    Total    Points    Prv

1. Carthage (17)    (2-0)    242    1

2. Argyle (8)    (2-0)    232    2

3. Texarkana Pleasant Grove    (2-0)    152    6

4. Waco La Vega    (1-1)    150    3

5. Gilmer    (2-0)    149    5

6. Stephenville    (1-1)    106    8

7. Midlothian Heritage    (2-0)    91    NR

8. West Orange-Stark    (2-0)    83    10

9. Melissa    (2-0)    50    NR

10. Liberty Hill    (1-1)    43    9

Others receiving votes: 11, Cuero 37. 12, Giddings 12. 13, Kennedale 8. 14, Lubbock Estacado 7. 15, Glen Rose 4. 15, WF Hirschi 4. 17, Lorena 2. 17, Van 2. 19, Liberty 1.

 

Class 3A

School    Total    Points    Prv

1. Newton (21)    (2-0)    245    1

2. Brock (3)    (2-0)    220    2

3. Canadian    (2-0)    174    3

4. Goliad (1)    (2-0)    172    4

5. Gunter    (2-0)    144    5

6. Lexington    (2-0)    117    T6

7. Childress    (2-0)    90    T6

8. Rockdale    (1-1)    46    10

9. New London West Rusk    (2-0)    37    NR

10. Yoakum    (1-1)    31    NR

Others receiving votes: 11, Sonora 17. 12, Franklin 11. 13, Atlanta 8. 13, Waskom 8. 15, Shallowater 7. 15, Big Sandy Harmony 7. 15, Cisco 7. 18, Malakoff 5. 18, Cameron Yoe 5. 20, Jefferson 4. 21, Mount Vernon 3. 21, Holliday 3. 21, East Bernard 3. 21, Whitesboro 3. 21, Woodville 3. 26, George West 2. 27, Gladewater 1. 27, Buffalo 1. 27, Blanco 1.

Class 2A

School    Total    Points    Prv

1. Mart (16)    (2-0)    237    2

2. Mason (4)    (2-0)    213    3

3. Shiner (2)    (2-0)    183    4

4. Wellington (1)    (2-0)    174    5

5. Muenster    (2-0)    153    6

6. Refugio (1)    (1-1)    134    1

7. De Leon    (2-0)    97    7

8. San Augustine    (1-0)    70    8

9. Burton    (1-1)    40    10

10. New Deal (1)    (2-0)    28    NR

Others receiving votes: 11, Falls City 13. 12, Price Carlisle 9. 13, Valley View 6. 14, Stamford 5. 15, Stratford 4. 16, Tenaha 3. 16, Panhandle 3. 18, Thorndale 2. 19, Stinnett West Texas 1.

 

California, Georgia, Florida dominate national poll.

MAXPREPS NATIONAL TOP 25

1. St Johns Bosco (CAL)

2. Mater Dei (CAL)

3. IMG Academy (FL)

4. St Johns (DC)

5. Allen, TX

6. St Thomas Aquinas (FL)

7. Bergen Catholic (NJ)

8. Centennial (CAL)

9. De La Salle (CAL)

10. Central (FL)

11. St Francis (MD)

12. Lake Travis, TX

13. St Louis (HI)

14. Colquitt County (GA)

15. Warren (IN)

16. Pickerington Central (OH)

17. Bingham (UT)

18. Archbishop Hoban (OH)

19. Oaks Christian (CAL)

20. Grayson (GA)

21. Rome (GA)

22. Dutch Fork (SC)

23. Galena Park North Shore, TX

24. TIE

Our Lady of Good Counsel (MD) 

St Joseph's Prep (PA)

 

TEXAS TOP TEAMS REGARDLESS OF CLASS

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#6 Lexington 7

#10 Rockdale 0

1st

 

#2 Highland Park 7

#6 Frisco Lone Star 7

Halftime

 

#4 GP North Shore 14

Spring Westfield 0

2nd

 

#4 Shiner 21

#10 Burton 12

2nd

 

Melissa 21

Whitehouse 7

Halftime

 

Plainview 14

Lubbock 7

Halftime

 

Marshall 29

Milby 0

2nd

 

 

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Houston North Forest 50 (Javone Shepard)

Washington 7

Final

 

#6 Lexington 27

#10 Rockdale 29

4th

 

Waskom 21

Hughes Springs 7

Final

 

#2 Highland Park 10

#6 Frisco Lone Star 7

Final

 

#4 GP North Shore 35

Spring Westfield 3

Final

 

#3 Westlake 67

Akins 0

Final

 

Melissa 27

Whitehouse 23

Final

 

#4 Shiner 63

#10 Burton 31

Final

 

 

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FW Nolan 19

Celina 14

2nd

 

Southlake Carroll 10

Odessa Permian 0

Halftime

 

Cedar Park 28

San Angelo Central 6

2nd

 

Fossil Ridge 13

Hebron 10

2nd

 

Little Elm 24

Keller Central 7

2nd

 

#1 Allen 21

Coppell 0

Halftime

 

The Woodlands 31

Oak Ridge 0 (Tyler Johnson)

Halftime

 

#3 Canadian 18

Perryton 7

Halftime

 

#4 Manvel 49

Sharpstown 0

Halftime

 

#2 Lake Travis 21 (Hudson Card)

Bowie 7

2nd

 

El Camp 13

Cuero 7 (Jordan Wittington)

2nd

 

Sherman 9

Frisco Liberty 0

1st

 

#6 Pleasant Grove 14

#8 Atlanta 0

1st

 

Paris 14

#5 Gilmer 0

1st

 

Marshall 7

#1 Carthage 0

1st

 

#7 Longview 14

Tyler Lee 7

2nd

 

Temple 21 (Jared Wiley)

Harker Heights 0

Halftime

 

#1 Newton 20

#10 West Orange-Stark 0

2nd

 

 

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Orlando (FL) Jones (Marcus Tillman, Jr) vs Orlando Evans has been cancelled due to weather.

 

Grayson (GA) 21 (Kenyatta Watson II)

Atlanta Westlake 12

3rd

 

OKC Millwood 14 (Demaryion Houston)

OKC Ocasia 0

3rd

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#1 Newton 21

#10 West Orange-Stark 7

Final

 

Paris 27

#5 Gilmer 21

Final

 

#10 Southlake Carroll 24

Odessa Permian 20

Final

 

#1 Allen 21

Coppell 0

Final

 

The Woodlands 52

Oak Ridge 0 (Tyler Johnson)

Final

 

#2 Lake Travis 42 (Hudson Card)

Bowie 21

Final

 

#4 Cuero 24 (Jordan Whittington)

El Campo 20

Final

 

Pine Tree 38

Kilgore 28

Final

 

#7 Longview 41

John Tyler 13

Final

 

Temple (Jared Wiley) 45

Harker Heights 0

Final

 

#9 Franklin 21

#2 Mart 0

Final

 

#7 College Station 20

Huntsville 7 (T'vondre Sweat)

Final

 

 

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