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2019 TEXAS COMMITS

1. Tyler Johnson Oak Ridge (4-5) (Conroe, TX) defeated Klein 56-35. No stats available.

vs Conroe, 7 p.m. Friday at Oak Ridge.

2. Jordan Whittington (8-1) Cuero (Cuero, TX) defeated Navarro 43-7. Whittington had 70 yards rushing and had two receptions for 18 yards.

vs Wimberley Friday, 7:30 p.m. at Wimberley
 
3. De'Gabriel Floyd (7-4) Westlake (Westlake Village, CA) lost to Los Alamitos 19-14 in the first round of the California CIF-SS Div 2 playoffs. Floyd scored 1 touchdown.

Westlake’s season is over.
 
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4. Jake Smith (10-0) Notre Dame Preparatory (Scottsdale, AZ) defeated Gilbert 46-30 in the first round of the Arizona Class 5A State Playoffs. Smith had three touchdown catches on the night.

vs. Goodyear Millennium, Friday, 7 p.m.

He has 34 touchdowns with 17 of those receiving and 15 rushing (includes KO returns) on the season.

https://www.azcentral.com/story/sports/high-school/2018/10/29/arizona-high-school-football-player-year-candidates/1814904002/

5. Kenyatta Watson II (8-2) Grayson (Loganville, GA) defeated South Gwinnett 35-7. No stats available on Watson. Grayson advances to playoffs as the #1 seed.
 
Vs. South Forsyth (GA), Friday, at 6:30 p.m. (1st round GA playoffs)
 
6. Demariyon Houston (10-0) Millwood (Oklahoma City, OK) defeated Stratford 47-6. No stats available. Millwood has Oklahoma’s longest active 11-man winning streak at 38 games. Their last loss was in the 2015 playoffs.

Millwood will play Dickson in the 1st round of the Oklahoma Class 2A playoffs.

Oklahoma Class 2A Playoff Preview
https://www.tulsaworld.com/sportsextra/okpreps/football/breaking-down-the-a-playoffs-beggs-on-course-to-reach/article_3da2ad6d-4aaa-537b-9476-c381b502dbad.html

 

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7. Brayden Liebrock (11-1) Chandler (Chandler, AZ) defeated Boulder Creek 64-14 in the first round of the Arizona playoffs. Liebrock had four receptions for 72 yards and two touchdowns.

vs. Mountain Pointe Friday, 8 p.m.

https://www.azcentral.com/story/sports/high-school/2018/10/27/arizona-high-school-football-bracket-breakdowns-projecting-2018-playoffs/1789949002/
 

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8. Chris Adimora (9-2) Mayfair (Lakewood, CA)  defeated Ayala (CA) 21-14. Adimora caught a 52-yard touchdown pass and had an interception.

vs. Pacifica Saturday, 9:30 p.m.
 
9. Roschon Johnson (7-2) Port Neches-Groves (Port Neches, TX) defeated Barbers Hill 31-14. Johnson had four touchdowns, 240 yards rushing and 207 yards passing.

Vs Nederland, Friday, 7:30 p.m. at Indian Stadium, PNG

 
10. Javonne Shepherd (3-6) North Forest (Houston, TX) defeated Stafford 30-17. No stats available.

vs. Houston Yates, Friday, 7 p.m.  at Jones-Cowart Stadium.

 

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11. Marcus Tillman Jr. (9-1) Jones (Orlando, FL) defeated Orlando Evans (FL) 48-0. No stats available.

vs. Bishop Moore, Friday, 6:30 p.m.

12. Peter Mpagi (4-5) George Ranch (Richmond, TX) lost to Strake Jesuit 34-7. No stats available.

vs Pearland, Friday, 7 p.m., George Ranch HS.

13. Marques Caldwell (0-9) Alvin (Alvin, TX)  lost to Clear Brook 48-16. Caldwell is out with an injury.

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

14. T'Vondre Sweat (8-1) Huntsville (Huntsville, TX) defeated Lake Creek 70-7. No stats available.

vs Rudder, Friday, 7:30 p.m. at Huntsville HS.
 
15. Jared Wiley (8-1) Temple (Temple, TX) – lost to Waco Midway 31-28. Wiley was 12 of 18 for 198 yards and 1 interception. He also had 31 yards on 8 carries rushing.

vs Copperas Cove, Friday 7:30 p.m. at Copperas Cove.

16. Derrian Brown, RB, Buford (GA) (8-2) defeated Clarke Central (GA) 45-3. Brown gained 120 yards and scored two touchdowns despite only playing one half.

vs Miller Grove (GA), Friday, at 6:30 p.m. (1st round, Georgia Playoffs)

17. Tyler Owens, S, Plano East (7-2) defeated Plano West 51-17. No stats available.

vs Dallas Jesuit, 7:00 p.m. Friday at East.
 

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18. David Gbenda (3-6), LB, Katy Cinco Ranch – defeated Katy Tompkins 39-14. Gbenda recovered a fumble, had a sack, and racked up 10 tackles.

vs. Seven Lakes, Friday, at 6:30 p.m. at Cinco Ranch.

19. Peyton Powell, QB, Odessa Permian – defeated Friendship 38-10. Powell missed the game due to injury.

vs Midland Lee, Friday 7:30 p.m. at Midland Lee.

20. Marcus Washington, WR, St Louis (MO) Trinity Catholic – defeated South Berkeley 71-10. No stats available.

vs. St Charles West (MO), Friday, 6:30 p.m.
 
2020 TEXAS COMMITS

1. Hudson Card, (8-1) Lake Travis (Austin, TX) defeated Buda Hays 44-28. Card was 26 of 36 passing for 220 yards and two touchdowns while rushing for 37 yards and a touchdown.

vs Austin Anderson, Friday, 7:30 p.m. at LT ISD Stadium.

2. Logan Parr, OL, (9-0) San Antonio O’Connor – defeated San Antonio Brennan 30-23. No stats available.

vs. Stevens, Friday, 7:30 p.m. at Stevens.

 

 

ASSOCIATED PRESS TEXAS SCHOOLBOY POLLS

Class 6A

School    Rec.    Pts    Prv

1. Allen (22)    (9-0)    247    1

2. Galena Park North Shore (3)    (9-0)    213    2

3. Converse Judson    (8-0)    187    3

4. Longview    (9-0)    171    4

5. Duncanville    (9-0)    153    5

6. Southlake Carroll    (9-0)    116    6

7. Katy(8-1)    107    7

8. Austin Westlake    (8-1)    85    8

9. Cypress Ranch    (9-0)    47    9

10. Lake Travis    (7-1)    30    10

Others receiving votes: Humble Atascocita 7. Haltom City 6. Cedar Hill 2. Austin Vandegrift 2. Pearland 1. DeSoto 1.

 

Class 5A

School    Rec.    Pts    Prv

1. Aledo (21)    (9-0)    246    1

2. Dallas Highland Park (3)    (9-0)    215    2

3. Denton Ryan (1)    (9-0)    203    3

4. Fort Bend Marshall    (9-0)    170    4

5. Lufkin    (8-1)    150    5

6. Hutto    (8-0)    128    6

7. Lubbock Cooper    (9-0)    83    7

8. Alvin Shadow Creek    (9-0)    66    8

9. Frisco Reedy    (9-0)    45    9

10. College Station    (8-1)    25    10

Others receiving votes: SA Wagner 18. Manvel 7. Huntsville 4. Lubbock Coronado 3. Amarillo 3. Angleton 2. Frisco 2. N. Richland Hills Birdville 2. A&M Consolidated 1. Marshall 1. Lewisville The Colony 1.

 

Class 4A

School    Rec.    Pts    Prv

1. Carthage (19)    (9-0)    243    1

2. Argyle (5)    (9-0)    229    2

3. Liberty Hill    (7-1)    194    3

4. Waco La Vega (1)    (7-2)    154    4

5. Cuero    (8-1)    118    5

6. Midlothian Heritage6. Midlothian Heritage    (8-1)    114    6

7. Sealy    (9-0)    99    7

8. Texarkana Pleasant Grove    (8-2)    75    8

9. Jasper    (9-0)    66    9

10. Glen Rose    (7-1)    30    10

Others receiving votes: Sweeny 14. Lorena 11. Giddings 10. Paris 9. Stephenville 4. Lubbock Estacado 3. Sunnyvale 2.

Class 3A

School    Rec.    Pts    Prv

1. Newton (25)    (8-0)    250    1

2. Gunter    (9-0)    222    2

3. Brock    (8-1)    163    4

4. Canadian    (8-1)    157    5

5. Childress    (8-1)    113    6

6. Clifton    (9-0)    94    7

7. Jefferson    (9-0)    76    10

8. Franklin    (7-1)    67    9

9. Gladewater    (8-1)    61    8

10. Yoakum    (8-1)    30    NR

Others receiving votes: Shallowater 28. Goliad 27. Cisco 25. Cameron Yoe 18. Waskom 17. Big Sandy Harmony 7. Edna 7. Buffalo 6. Woodville 4. Abernathy 3.

Class 2A

School    Rec.    Pts    Prv

1. Mason (20)    (9-0)    243    1

2. Wellington (4)    (9-0)    221    2

3. Mart    (8-1)    187    3

4. Shiner    (8-1)    160    4

5. New Deal (1)    (8-0)    141    5

6. Falls City    (9-0)    126    6

7. Price Carlisle    (9-0)    109    7

8. Muenster    (8-1)    92    8

9. Refugio    (7-2)    58    9

10. Sundown    (8-1)    19    NR

Others receiving votes: Iraan 6. Grapeland 5. San Saba 5. Hawley 2. Burton 1.

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Ridge Point 35. (Isaiah Hookfin)

Dulles 21

4th

 

Roster 14

Hightower 14

4th

 

Lamar 17

Chavez 13

3rd

 

Big Spring 14

Lake View 14

3rd

 

Denton Guyer 7

Keller Fossil Ridge 7

3rd

 

#3 Denton Ryan 35

Birdville 14

4th

 

#2 Highland Park 42

Mansfield Timberview 0

4th

 

Cedar Hill 17

DeSoto 17

Halftime

 

#5 Duncanville 49

Dallas Molina 0

2nd

 

#1 Allen 42

Plano West 0

Halftime

 

This is the last week of the regular season.

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Cedar Hill 30

DeSoto 17

4th

 

Dripping Springs 42

Crockett 7

4th

 

Ridge Point 35

Dulles 21

Final

 

#9 Cy-Ranch 35

Tomball 14

Final

 

Foster 21

Hightower 20

Final

 

Keller Fossil Ridge 14

Denton Guyer 13

Final

 

The Woodlands 63

Klein Forest 7

Final

 

#1 Allen 63

Plano West 7

Final

 

 

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SL Carroll 36

Keller Timber Creek 6

3rd

 

Oak Ridge 44  (Tyler Johnson)

Conroe 14

Halftime

 

Jesuit Prep 27

Plano East 23. (Tyler Owens)

 

Pearland 21

George Ranch 7 (Peter Mpagi)

3rd

 

Dickinson 41

Alvin 7  (Marques Caldwell)

4th

 

North Forest 21. (Javonne Shepard)

Yates 6

Halftime

 

#2 Argyle 63

Celina 14

Halftime

 

#5 Cuero 49. (Jordan Whittington)

Wimberley 7

Halftime

 

Huntsville 36  (Tvondre Sweat)

Rudder 0

3rd

 

Tatum 28

#8 Gladewater 14

3rd

 

Port Neches-Groves 20. (Roschon Johnson)

Nederland 7

3rd

 

#10 Lake Travis 49. (Hudson Card)

Austin Anderson 0

3rd

 

San Antonio O'Connor 31 (Logan Parr)

Stevens  3

3rd

 

#4 Longview 34

Mesquite 24

Halftime

 

Temple 18. (Jared Wiley)

Copperas Cove 7

3rd

 

Magnolia West 24

#10 College Station 14

3rd

 

 

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Huntsville 50. (Tvondre Sweat)

Rudder 7

Final

 

Liberty-Eylau 54

Gilmer 42

FInal

 

#8 Gladewater 36

Tatum 35

Final

 

#9 Jasper 54

Center 25

Final

 

Port Neches-Groves 34. (Roschon Johnson)

Nederland 21

Final

 

#10 Lake Travis 56. (Hudson Card)

Anderson 14

Final

 

SA O'Connor 33. (Logan Parr)

Stevens 3

Final

 

Copperas Cove 22

Temple 18. (Jared Wiley)

Final

 

Magnolia West 27

#10 College Station 21

Final

 

#5 Cuero 55. (Jordan Whittington)

Wimberley 14

Final

 

North Forest 47. (Javonne Shepard)

Yates 22

Final

 

#6 Hutto 40

Rouse 0

Final

 

Dickinson 41

Alvin 7  (Marques Caldwell)

FInal

 

Pearland 28

George Ranch 7. (Peter Mpagi)

Final

 

Lewisville 17

FM Marcus 13

Final

 

Plano East 58. (Tyler Owens)

Jesuit Prep 44

Final

 

Oak Ridge 73  (Tyler Johnson)

Conroe 14

Final

 

Seven Lakes 40

Cinco Ranch 10. (David Gbenda)

Final

 

 

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Notre Dame Prep 14. (Jake Smith)

Millennium 0

Final

 

Grayson (GA) 38. (Kenyatta Watson)

South Forsythe 6

Final

 

Chandler (AZ) 49  (Brayden Liebrock)

Mountain Pointe 21

Final

 

OKC Millwood 48  (Demaryion Houston)

Dickson 6

FInal

 

Buford 35  (Darrian Brown)

Miller Grove 13

Final

 

Orlando Jones (FL)  14  (Marcus Tillman)

Bishop Moore 7

Final

 

Midland Lee 43

Odessa Permian 36. (Peyton Powell)

Final

 

Trinity Catholic (MO)  39 (Marcus Washington)

St Charles West 6

Final

 

Texas commit Chris Adimora will play tomorrow night.

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