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Haven't seen one of those yet, so I'm assuming SHA is cleaning his guns for his deer hunt.

 

I'll try to put some Texas HS lists together later, but here's the weekly Camas update. Round 1 of playoffs-state prelim game.

 

Prep football preview: Bethel vs. Camas

Posted on November 4, 2015 by Tim Martinez

BethCamBETHEL (6-3) vs. CAMAS (9-0)

 

4A state preliminary game

 

When, where: 7 p.m. Friday; Doc Harris Stadium, Camas

 

Internet video: nfhsnetwork.com

 

Internet radio: elisportsnetwork.com

 

Last week: Bethel lost to Graham-Kapowsin 27-6; Camas beat Heritage 44-10

 

Last meeting: First meeting.

 

Players to watch: Bethel WR Elijah McCleod has 46 catches for 903 yards and 15 TDs; Camas QB Liam Fitzgerald led the region in passing with 2,409 yards and 30 TDs.

 

Game notes: The winner of this game will advance to state and host the winner of Monroe-Skyview. … Bethel finished tied for second in the South Puget Sound League South Division at 4-2 with Curtis and Puyallup, but tiebreaker procedures relegated the Braves to the No. 3 seed from the division. … In addition to Graham-Kapowsin, the Braves lost to Curtis (49-14) and Mountain View (42-28). … Bethel QB Bryce Missey passed for 1,739 yards and 24 TDs in six games before a shoulder injury sidelined him in Weeks 7 and 8. He started last week but came out after shoulder acted up. Sophomore Tristyn Gese took over. … The Braves also started Ezra Cleveland, a 6-foot-6, 290-pound lineman, at RB last week. He has committed to Boise State … Camas clinched its fourth consecutive unbeaten season in the 4A Greater St. Helens League last week. .. RB Jordan Del Moral rushed for 1,249 yards and 19 TDs. … Jared Bentley is the Papermakers’ top receiver with 63 catches for 1,020 yards and 12 TDs. … Camas beat Mountain View 35-17. The other common opponent is Rogers of Puyallup. Bethel beat Rogers 34-7; Camas beat Rogers 56-7.

 

The Prep Proletariat says: If Missey were at full strength, this may be a different matchup. But with him ailing, the Camas defense should carry the day. It may have anyway. CAMAS 38, BETHEL 14

 

Joeywa' pick: 49-21 Camas.

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UPDATE ON DENNIS ALEXANDER

 

One of the winningest high school coaches in Texas remains suspended from his duties as Troup HS Head Coach following a special board meeting of the Troup ISD trustees which tabled the matter for the foreseeable future. This means Dennis Alexander will miss his team's last game Friday night against West Rusk.

 

 

TOP GAMES THIS WEEK

 

South Grand Prairie @ #3 Cedar Hill

 

John Tyler @ Nacogdoches

 

Plano East @ #1 Allen

 

Denton Ryan @ Denton Guyer

 

#10 Odessa Permian @ San Angelo Central

 

Cinco Ranch @ #2 Katy

 

#10 Pearland @ #6 Manvel

 

Ridge Point vs Texas City

 

#1 Cedar Park @ #10 Vista Ridge

 

Longview @ Hallsville

 

Lancaster @ Waxahachie

 

Center @ Gladewater

 

Kilgore @ Henderson

 

Kirbyville @ #5 East Chambers

 

 

SHA's UPSET PICKS

Hallsville over Longview

Pearland over Manvel

Center over Gladewater

 

 

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Destrahan and Texas DT commit Gerald Wilbon have clinched their district title.

 

TEXAS COMMITS

 

Game Scores



 

2016 Class, How they did

 

1. COLLIN JOHNSON, WR, San Jose Valley Christian (7-1) - 45-27 win over Archbishop Riordan (San Jose). Johnson injured his shoulder and is out for the season.
THIS WEEK – vs. Bellarmine College Prep, Friday at 7:30 p.m. at San Jose City College
 
2. REGGIE HEMPHILL-MAPPS, WR, Manvel (8-1) – 65-10 win over Pasadena Memorial. Reggie had a 65 yrd kick off return.
THIS WEEK – vs. Pearland, Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Alvin Memorial
 
3. TREN’DAVIAN DICKSON, WR, Navasota (9-0) – 73-0 win over Wheatley. No stats available
THIS WEEK – vs Houston Washington, Saturday, 7:30 p.m. at Delmar Stadium, Houston
 
4. SHANE BUECHELE, QB, Arlington Lamar (8-1) – 41-14 win over Weatherford.  Shane was 16 of 23 for 339 yards, .696 comp %, 21.2 ave., 2 TDs, 0 INTs, QB rating of 141.1 He also had 17 yards on 6 rushes.
THIS WEEK – vs. Arlington Sam Houston, Thursday, 7 p.m. Cravens Field.
 
5. PEYTON AUCOIN, TE, New Orleans Brother Martin (7-2) – 42-21 win over Archbishop Shaw. No stats available.
THIS WEEK vs. Jesuit, Friday, 7 p.m. @ Jesuit.
 
6. TOPE IMADE, OL, Arlington Bowie (5-4) – 50-16 win over Ft Worth Paschal. No stats available.
THIS WEEK vs. Weatherford, Thursday, 7 p.m. at Wilemon Field
 
7. GERALD WILBON, DL, Destrehan, La (9-0) – 51-40 win over Thibodaux. No stats available. Destrehan finished undefeated and district champions in District 7-5A (Louisiana).
THIS WEEK – OPEN DATE
 
8. OBI EBOH, DB, Southlake Carroll (7-2) – 59-0 win over Haltom. No stats available
THIS WEEK – vs. Hurst Bell, Friday, 7:30 p.m. at Southlake.
 
9. DEMARCO BOYD, LB/TB, Gilmer (8-0) – 61-13 win over Nevada Community. Boyd had 2 rushes, 19 yards, 9.5 ypc.. He also had 2 receptions for 27 yards and 1 TD. Defensively, he had 2 solo tackles and 2 assists and 1 QB sack.
THIS WEEK – vs Emory Rains, Friday, 7:30 p.m. at Gilmer.

 

 

TEXAS 2017 COMMITS
How They Fared / This week’s game
 
1. SAM EHLINGER, QB, Austin Westlake (8-1) – 48-3 win over Del Valle. Sam was 15 of 24 for 180 yards, 5 TDs, 0 INT, .625 comp %, lQB rating of 125.0. He also had 1 rushing TD.
THIS WEEK – vs Kyle Lehman, Friday 7:30 p.m. at Westlake.
 
2. DAMIAN MILLER, WR, Tyler John Tyler (6-3) 57-21 win over Jacksonville. 3 receptions for 102 yards, 34.0 ave pc, 1 TD. He also had 1 caused fumble.
THIS WEEK – vs. Nacogdoches, at Nacogdoches, Friday 7:30 p.m.
 

3. MAJOR TENNISON, TE, Bullard (6-2). 47-9 win over Melissa. No states available.
THIS WEEK – vs. Canton at Canton, Friday, 7:30 p.m.
 
4. LAGARYONN CARSON, DE, #10 Texarkana Liberty-Eylau (8-1). 47-29 win over North Lamar. No stats available
THIS WEEK – vs Princeton, @ Liberty-Eylau, Friday, 7:30 p.m.

 

 

 

AP TEXAS HS TOP 10 POLLS

 

Class 6A
1. Allen (21) (9-0) 
2. Katy (1) (9-0) 
3. Euless Trinity (2) (10-0)
4. Cibolo Steele (9-0) 
5. Lake Travis (1) (9-0) 
6. Manvel (8-1) 
7. Odessa Permian (9-0)
8. Cedar Hill (8-1)
9. Converse Judson (8-1)
10. Pearland (9-0) 48 NR

 

Others receiving votes: 11, Austin Westlake 19. 12, The Woodlands 12. 13, Dickinson 8. 14, Denton Ryan 4. 15, Mansfield 3. 16, League City Clear Creek 2. 16, SA Reagan 2. 18, McAllen Memorial 1. 18, Southlake Carroll 1.

 

Class 5A
1. Cedar Park (24) (9-0) 
2. Crosby (1) (9-0)
3. Richmond George Ranch (9-0)
4. Aledo (8-1) 
5. Temple (8-1) 
6. Kerrville Tivy (9-0) 
7. Mansfield Lake Ridge (9-0) 
8. Austin Vandegrift (8-1) 
9. Cedar Park Vista Ridge (8-1)
10. Mansfield Summit (8-1)

Others receiving votes: 11, Houston Stratford 11. 12, Edinburg Vela 6. 13, Wylie East 4. 13, Marshall 4. 15, Richmond Foster 1. 15, Lubbock Cooper 1. 15, Canyon Randall 1.
 

 

Class 4A
1. Navasota (22) (9-0)
2. Gilmer (2) (9-0) 
3. Celina (1) (9-0) 
4. Kennedale (9-0)
5. Argyle (8-1) 
6. Sinton (8-0) 
7. Sweetwater (9-0) 
8. West Orange-Stark (9-1)
9. Geronimo Navarro (8-0)
10. Texarkana Liberty-Eylau (8-1) 

Others receiving votes: 11, Waco La Vega 28. 12, Giddings 10. 13, China Spring 2. 14, Sanger 1. 14, Stafford 1.

 

 

Class 3A
1. Mineola (19) (9-0) 
2. Brock (1) (9-0) 
3. Franklin (9-0) 
4. Cameron Yoe (3) (8-1) 
5. East Chambers (9-0) 
6. Waskom (9-0) 
7. Wall (9-0) 
8. Pottsboro (2) (9-0)
9. Blanco (9-0)
10. Teague (7-1)

Others receiving votes: 11, East Bernard 7. 12, Post 6. 13, Muleshoe 4. 14, Kirbyville 3. 15, Malakoff 2. 15, Cisco 2. 15, Odem 2. 18, Jarrell 1.
 

 

Class 2A
1. Canadian (21) (9-0) 
2. Bremond (2) (9-0) 
3. Mason (1) (10-0) 
4. Shiner (9-0)
5. Alto (8-0)
6. Seagraves (8-1)
7. Crawford (9-0) 
8. Albany (8-1)
9. Iraan (9-0) 
10. Refugio (7-2)

Others receiving votes: 11, Falls City 14. 12, Price Carlisle 13. 13, Lovelady 7. 14, New Deal 5. 15, Stratford 4. 16, Mart 3. 17, Bruni 2. 18, Riviera Kaufer 1. 18, Shelbyville 1.

 

 

MAXPREPS NATIONAL TOP 25 POLL

 

1 Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, NV)

2 St. John Bosco (Bellflower, CA)
3 Centennial (Corona, CA)
4 Allen (TX)
5 Colquitt County (Moultrie, GA)
6 Ocean Lakes (Virginia Beach, VA)
7 Trinity (Euless, TX)
8 Katy (TX)

9 South Panola (Batesville, MS)
10 Grayson (Loganville, GA)
11 Gonzaga (Washington, DC)
12 DeMatha (Hyattsville, MD)
13 American Heritage (Plantation, FL)
14 IMG Academy (Bradenton, FL)
15 De La Salle (Concord, CA)
16 St. Edward (Lakewood, OH)
17 Clay-Chalkville (Pinson, AL)
18 Male (Louisville, KY)
19 Chandler (AZ)
20 Gilman (Baltimore, MD)
21 Colerain (Cincinnati, OH)
22 St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
23 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, FL)
24 Roswell (GA)
25 Archer (Lawrenceville, GA)

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Weslaco vs. Weslaco East for the 31-6A title (from rgvsports.com)

 

District 31-6A Title On The Line In Weslaco East Vs. Weslaco High In The Monitor's Game Of The WeekNov 01, 2015 7:34 PM

BY JON R. LaFOLLETTE | STAFF WRITER

 

The history between Weslaco East and Weslaco High is short. The teams have played each other just three times since East opened in 2000.

 

But the rivalry’s scant track record does not equate to lack of intensity. After last season’s game, wherein the Panthers beat the Wildcats 28-21 to claim the outright District 31-6A title, the teams did not shake hands at midfield for unspecified reasons.

 

This year’s game looks to be just as emotional. Each program enters Friday’s game at Bobby Lackey Stadium with an unblemished district record. The winner is awarded the 31-6A crown while the loser leaves with a bad taste in its mouth on the eve of the postseason.

 

The WIldcats (7-1, 5-0) return just two full-time offensive starters from a season ago. Despite the turnover, East’s offense is just as productive as last year. The Wildcats average 385 offensive yards per game, only 10 yards less than they did in 2014.

 

The spark plugs for East’s scoring attack are senior running back Emilio Tamez and multi-positional athlete Ciro Rojas. The pair have combined to score more than 25 touchdowns on the season, with Rojas scoring as a rusher, receiver and returner.

 

Weslaco High (7-2, 5-0) has cruised through district play on both sides of the ball. The Panthers have defeated district opponents by a combined score of 231-37, winning games by an average margin of 39 points.

 

The Panthers offense is led by four running backs: Brian Guerra, Jonathan Martinez, Usiel Gonzalez and Major Free. Through eight games, they accounted for more than 80 percent of Weslaco’s total rushing yards (2,833). Defensively, the Panthers are led in tackles by defensive back Diego Rodriguez (85) and linebacker Jordan Nichols (81).

 

Weslaco High leads the all-time series 2-1. A victory would give the Panthers their third consecutive win over the Wildcats. East’s lone win against its crosstown rival came in 2012 when they won 24-0.

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So two writers gave Lake Stevens a first place vote? Is Lake Stevens a legit threat to Camas?

Their QB is committed to Georgia. They're a sold team. Decent district. Here's a story from this week on him. http://www.seattletimes.com/sports/high-school/top-quarterback-recruit-jacob-eason-has-georgia-fans-flocking-to-lake-stevens/

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Their QB is committed to Georgia. They're a sold team. Decent district. Here's a story from this week on him. http://www.seattletimes.com/sports/high-school/top-quarterback-recruit-jacob-eason-has-georgia-fans-flocking-to-lake-stevens/

I remember that name... He did pretty well at the Elite 11 this year, didn't he?

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I always talk about my Weslaco Panthers here.... But all of my fellow Longhorns will def enjoy this little peace of Weslaco history for a reason that will become apparent. The one way that links my Weslaco High to my University of Texas.

 

The Weslaco vs. Weslaco East game has become known as the Tinaco Bowl. The "Tinaco" is a cement water tower in downtown Weslaco that was built in 1941 and became a bit of a cool attraction and now is an important part of Weslaco history.

 

Anyway, from 1971ish until 2010, a man named Cuco Granales, then his son, then his son after that, were in charge of turning the tower lights on if the Panthers won. (Sound familiar? ;) lol) In 2002, after East began Varsity play, the tower would light if either team won.

 

It was a well known RGV tradition that unfortunately stopped in 2010, before the rivalry began. However, word is, it may restart this week, meaning the Tinaco would be lit no matter who won the game. I thought that was pretty cool.

 

Cool article if anyone cares to read a cool story about it:

http://m.themonitor.com/mvtc/sports/tower-legacy-stretches-back-over-years/article_bc03f514-17c7-11e2-9182-0019bb30f31a.html?mode=jqm

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Alief Taylor 48

Clements 0

4th

 

McKinney Boyd 21

Hebron 26

Halftime

 

UPSET ALERT!

South Grand Prairie 21

#8 Cedar Hill 18

Halftime

 

Mesquite Horn 36

Lake Highlands 17

2nd

 

Skyline 28

Sunset 0

Halftime

 

Westfield 27

Klein 0

Halftime

 

Arl Lamar 28

Arl Sam Houston 6

2nd

 

Arl Bowie 18

Weatherford 8

Halftime

 

Dickinson 14

Clear Springs 0

Halftime

 

Wichita Falls 13

Denton 7

Halftime

 

DeSoto 7

Duncanville 0

Halftime

 

#5 East Chambers 0

Kirbyville 0

2nd

 

 

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SA Southwest 7

CC Carroll 6

Halftime

 

Brandeis 23

Taft 14

Halftime

 

Johnson 46

Macarthur 21

Halftime

 

EP Montwood 28

EP Socorro 0

2nd

 

EP Eastwood 14

EP Franklin 14

2nd

 

Amarillo Caprock 21

Dumas 10

2nd

 

Brownsville Pace 21

PSJA 0

1st

 

Memorial 21

Robert Vela 10

Halftime

 

Somerset 23

Winn 0

3rd

 

Lanier 19

Burbank 7

3rd

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Hebron 36

McKinney Boyd 18

4th

 

Keller Central 35

Keller Timber Creek 20

4th

 

#8 Cedar Hill 25

S Grand Prairie 21

3rd

 

Harker Heights 21

Belton 17

4th

 

Arl Martin vs N Crowly = postponed due to inclement weather

 

Arl Bowie 35

Weatherford 15

4th

 

DeSoto 16

Duncanville 7

4th

 

UPSET ALERT!

Kirbyville 10

#5 East Chambers 0

3rd

 

Brenham 34

Spring Woods 0

FINAL

 

 

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Arlington Lamar 41

Arlington Sam Houston 6

FINAL

 

PASSING

Shane Buechele – 3 of 8 for 61 yards, 1 TD, 0 INTs. Comp. 37.5%

 

RUSHING

Shane Buechele – 5 rushes for 53 yards and 2 TDs. 10.6 ypc ave.

 

Lamar had 1 defensive score and 1 special teams score. Game was played in the rain.

 

 

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Not very good numbers for Buchelle.

 

Our QB played in the pouring rain last week and had 132 passing yards....in the first quarter.

 

Need to toughen up those Texas boys a bit. Ha!

Yeah, those 132 yards were probably all speed sweeps where he just pitched the ball 12 inches to the guy in motion. That is the best way to run a passing offense as we have seen by Norvell.

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