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Friday Night Lights – Week 6


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DFW vs the Golden Triangle this week
Ranked Kennedale meets ranked West Orange Stark in Nacogdoches Friday
(courtesy TexasHSFootball)
Two of the best in Class 4A duke it out Friday as the West Orange-Stark Mustangs take on the Kennedale Wildcats. The two teams meet up at 7:30 p.m. on Friday night in Nacogdoches.


West Orange-Stark enters Friday’s showdown with a 30-game winning streak thanks in part to a strong defense that gave up just 58 points en route to a state title last season. The two-time defending Class 4A Division II state champions have picked up where they left off from last year, despite the start of their season being delayed due to Hurricane Harvey. Mustang great and aptly-named signal caller Jack Dallas is gone, but Chaka Watson and running back Kavyn Cooper are there to lead the Mustangs attack.


On the other side, Kennedale is coming off an appearance in the state semifinals last season and are off to another strong 4-0 start in 2017. The Wildcats pride themselves on running the football and have two strong backs to go with in junior De’Shaun Kirven and senior Jaden Knowles. In just four games, the pair have rushed for nearly 1,200 yards and 25 touchdowns in just four games. The Wildcats are also coming off a win over Whitehouse, a 5A program, and are looking to keep that momentum going.


Last year, Kennedale fell to West Orange-Stark 45-21, but it was the most points that anyone would score on the Mustangs all season long. With a lot of new starters on defense for the Mustangs and a strong rushing attack from Kennedale, can they snap the winning streak? Or will West Orange-Stark make their streak 31 in a row? We’ll find out Friday night in East Texas.

NOTABLE GAMES

Angleton vs Victoria East
#1 Carthage vs Henderson
Alief Taylor vs Pearland
Dekaney vs Spring Westfield
Longview at Rockwall
Duncanville vs Cedar Hill
Waco Midway vs Harker Heights
Euless Trinity vs Southlake Carroll
Wall vs Iowa Park
West Orange Stark vs Kennedale
The Woodlands vs Lufkin

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Cameron Rising and his Newbury Park team mates have a big game against ranked Oaks Christian this week.

2018 CLASS

1. BJ FOSTER, S, Angleton defeated Rosenberg Terry 49-7. No stats available.
This week – vs. Victoria East, Friday, 7:30 pm Wildcat Stadium

2. BRENNAN EAGLES, WR, Alief Taylor defeated Brazoswood 47-25. Eagles caught three TD passes of 9, 15 and 29 yards.
This week – vs Pearland, Friday, Oct. 6 at 6 pm

3. CADEN STERNS, S, Cibolo Steele lost to #2 Converse Judson 35-28. No stats available.
This week – vs Idle
Next game – Friday, Oct 13, 7:30 p.m.  Lehnhoff Stadium

4. JALEN GREEN, CB, Houston Heights (2-0)  defeated Sam Houston 68-7. Green scored three times, one rushing, another passing, and another on a kick return.
This week – vs Bellaire, Saturday, 7 pm Delmar Stadium 

5. ALVONTE WOODARD, WR, Houston Lamar (1-1) defeated Alief Elsik, 35-14. Woodard had one reception for 20 yards.
This week – vs. Westside, Saturday, 6 p.m. Delmar Stadium

6. DEMARVION OVERSHOWN, S, Arp, lost to Waskom 14-13.
This week – Arp vs Elysian Fields Friday 7:30 pm, Wildcat Stadium

7. AYODELE ADEOYE, LB, IMG Academy defeated Miami Northwestern 21-0 Friday. No stats available
This week – vs. Trinity Catholic, Friday, 7 pm, Ocala, Fla

8. CAMERON RISING, QB, Newbury Park CA defeated Palos Verdes 20-0, Saturday. Rising completed 15 of 25 passes for 170 yards and 2 TDs, 1 INT.
This week – vs Oaks Christian, 9 pm at Oaks Christian.

9. KEAONTAY INGRAM, RB, Carthage was idle last week. Ingram has 624 yards rushing on 68 carries on the season so far for an AVERAGE of 9.17 YARDS PER CARRY. He has rushed for 7 TDs. Ingram also has another 254 yards receiving on 20 catches with another 4 TDs (12.7 YPC AVE)
This week – vs Henderson, Friday, 7:30 pm Henderson 

10. RONDALE MOORE, WR, Louisville Trinity KY (6-0)  defeated St Xavier 28-0. Moore had carried 7 times for 108 yards, no TDs. Caught 11 passes for 81 yards. No TDs.n
This week – at Eastern, Friday 7 p.m Trinity

11. CASEY THOMPSON, QB, Newcastle OK defeated Chickasha 55-21, Friday. 
Thompson was 17 of 31 for 342 yards and 4 TD passes. He also rushed 12 times for 98 yards and 3 TDs. 
This week – vs Elgin, Friday, 7:00  pm at Newcastle Stadium

12. BYRON HOBBS, LB, FW Eastern Hills (2-1) last week – Idle
This week – vs Colleyville Heritage, Friday 7:30 p.m. (eastern hills)

13. REESE MOORE, OT, Seminole defeated Monahans 30-13, Friday, No stats available.
This week – vs Midland Greenwood, Friday 7:30 pm, Seminole

14. DOMINICK WOOD-ANDERSON, TE, AZ Western College (3-0) was idle last week.
This week – vs. Snow, Saturday, 6 p.m. Ephraim, Utah
radio – 560 AM KBLU

15. CAMERON DICKER, K, Austin Lake Travis defeated Hay 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 – idle
Next game – vs Austin Westlake, Friday, 7:30 pm. at Westlake

16. KEONDRE COBURN, DT, Houston Spring Westfield defeated Spring 15-12. No stats available.
This week – vs. Dekaney, Friday, 7 pm, Westfield

17. MALCOM EPPS, TE, Spring Dekaney lost to Nimitz 25-7. No stats available.
This week – vs. Westfield, Friday at 7 pm (Dekaney)

18. RHAFITI GHIRMAI, OL, Frisco Wakeland (4-0) was idle last week.
Next game – vs. Reedy, Thursday, Oct 5, 7 p.m. Frisco Ford Center
 
2019 CLASS

1. ROSCHON JOHNSON
, QB, Port Neches-Groves defeated Livingston 56-14. Johnson was 22 of 28 for 253 yards, 1 INT, 5 TDs. He also had 111 yards rushing on 8 attempts, including a 37-yd TD run.
This week – vs Lee Saturday, 7 pm Indian Stadium

Schedule for the teams ranked in The Associated Press Texas high school football poll, Oct. 6-10.

Class 6A
1. Allen (4-0) at Plano West, Thursday
2. Converse Judson (5-0) idle.
3. Katy (3-0) idle.
4. DeSoto (4-0) at Irving MacArthur, Friday
5. Austin Westlake (5-0) at Buda Hays, Friday
6. Lake Travis (4-1) idle.
7. Garland Sachse (4-0) at Garland Lakeview Centennial, Friday
8. Waco Midway (5-0) vs. Killeen Harker Heights, Friday
9. The Woodlands (1-1) at Lufkin, Friday
10. Klein Collins (3-0) vs. Klein Oak, Thursday

Class 5A
1. Aledo (4-0) at Saginaw, Friday
2. Manvel (3-0) at Galveston Ball, Friday
3. Denton Ryan (5-0) vs. Denton Braswell, Friday
4. CC Calallen (4-0) at CC Tuloso-Midway, Friday
5. Cedar Park (4-1) idle.
6. Dallas Highland Park (4-1) idle.
7. Angleton (4-0) vs. Victoria East, Friday
8. Mansfield Legacy (4-1) idle.
9. Dripping Springs (5-0) idle.
10. Frisco Lone Star (3-1) at Frisco, Friday

Class 4A
1. Carthage (4-0) at Henderson, Friday
2. West Orange-Stark (3-0) at Kennedale, Friday
3. Argyle (5-0) idle.
4. Waco La Vega (5-0) idle.
5. Cuero (4-0) idle.
6. Kennedale (4-0) vs. West Orange-Stark, Friday
7. Midlothian Heritage (5-0) idle.
8. Gilmer (4-1) idle.
9. Van (5-0) vs. Athens, Friday
10. Sweetwater (5-0) at Lamesa, Friday

Class 3A
1. Gunter (5-0) at Sadler S&S Consolidated, Friday
2. Lexington (5-0) idle.
3. Wall (4-0) vs. Iowa Park, Friday
4. Newton (4-0) idle.
5. Malakoff (4-0) vs. Groesbeck, Friday
6. Canadian (4-0) vs. Vernon, Friday
7. Brock (4-1) idle.
8. Hallettsville (3-1) at Palacios, Friday
9. New London West Rusk (3-0) at Troup, Friday
10. Yoakum (4-1) vs. Edna, Friday

Class 2A
1. Tenaha (4-0) at Pineland West Sabine, Friday
2. Mason (5-0) at Ballinger, Friday
3. Muenster (5-0) idle.
4. Mart (4-1) idle.
5. Albany (5-0) idle.
6. Refugio (2-1) at Santa Gertrudis Academy, Friday
7. Abernathy (4-0) vs. Lubbock Roosevelt, Friday
8. DeLeon (5-0) vs. Hico, Friday
9. Bremond (4-1) idle.
10. Milano (5-0) idle.

 

MAXPREPS NATIONAL TOP 25

1. Mater Dei (Santa Ana, CA)
2, IMG Academy (Bradenton, FL)
3. Grayson (Loganville, GA)
4. American Heritage (Plantation, FL)
5. St. John Bosco (Bellflower, CA)
6. DeSoto (TX)
7 Centennial (Corona, CA)
8. Allen (TX)
9. St. Joseph's Prep (Philadelphia, PA)
10. Bingham (South Jordan, UT)
11. Ben Davis (Indianapolis, IN)
12. Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, NV)
13. Central (Miami, FL)
14. St. Xavier (Cincinnati, OH)
15. Trinity (Louisville, KY)
16. South Pointe (Rock Hill, SC)
17. Katy (TX)
18. Judson (Converse, TX)

19. DeMatha (Hyattsville, MD)
20. St. Frances Academy (Baltimore, MD)
21. Mission Viejo (CA)
22. Centennial (Peoria, AZ)
23. St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
24. De La Salle (Concord, CA)
25. St. Louis (Honolulu, HI)

 

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Alief Taylor at Pearland

This will be my first opportunity to see UT commit WR Brennan Eagles in person.  The Lions are a pass heavy team, which is surprising considering the losses to graduation includes QB Dontay Warren (Northern Colorado).  Eagles is NOT the leading receiver for Alief Taylor as QB McFarland has looked to Jr WR Shea Whiting (6-3 180) more to the tune of 16-332-4.  This could simply be that Eagles is receiving safety help from opposing teams, but noteworthy none the less.  Eagles should draw coverage from CB Auston Deason.  Taylor DE Joseph Ogunbanjo (6-3 220) has been unstoppable in 3 games with 27 tackles, 7 TFL and 4.5 sacks.

 

Pearland has struggled with injuries losing 4* Jr DE Gilbert Ibeneme and their best OL Dawson Murdock Jr.  The Oilers are run heavy with RB Evan Burgess and RB Jaelin Benefield leading the way.  Jr QB Austin Landry is still evolving as a passer but has delivered explosive plays the last couple of weeks.  ILB DeAntoine Carter is long and athletic and will limit the Lions running game, which has struggled to this point in the season.  HC James Farmer took over for Tony Heath following his retiring this past summer.  Farmer served as DC on Heath's staff and continues to make the calls on the defensive side of the ball.

 

7:00 kickoff from The Rig, Pearland

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6 hours ago, Coal Harbour said:

Alief Taylor at Pearland

This will be my first opportunity to see UT commit WR Brennan Eagles in person.  The Lions are a pass heavy team, which is surprising considering the losses to graduation includes QB Dontay Warren (Northern Colorado).  Eagles is NOT the leading receiver for Alief Taylor as QB McFarland has looked to Jr WR Shea Whiting (6-3 180) more to the tune of 16-332-4.  This could simply be that Eagles is receiving safety help from opposing teams, but noteworthy none the less.  Eagles should draw coverage from CB Auston Deason.  Taylor DE Joseph Ogunbanjo (6-3 220) has been unstoppable in 3 games with 27 tackles, 7 TFL and 4.5 sacks.

 

Pearland has struggled with injuries losing 4* Jr DE Gilbert Ibeneme and their best OL Dawson Murdock Jr.  The Oilers are run heavy with RB Evan Burgess and RB Jaelin Benefield leading the way.  Jr QB Austin Landry is still evolving as a passer but has delivered explosive plays the last couple of weeks.  ILB DeAntoine Carter is long and athletic and will limit the Lions running game, which has struggled to this point in the season.  HC James Farmer took over for Tony Heath following his retiring this past summer.  Farmer served as DC on Heath's staff and continues to make the calls on the defensive side of the ball.

 

7:00 kickoff from The Rig, Pearland

 

Epps vs Coburn this week

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Klein Forest 63

Spring Woods 0

4th

 

South Oak Cliff 42

Jefferson 0

4th

 

#1 Allen 59

Plano West 0

4th

 

Austin 13

McCallum 56

4th

 

Skyline 44

Lake Highlands 31

4th

 

Deer Park 51

Sam Rayburn 19

4th

 

Langham Creek 31

Cypress Woods 24

4th

 

#4 DeSoto 40

Irving McArthur 12

FINAL

 

Klein Oak 10

Klein Collins 21

FINAL

 

Lubbock Estacado 42

Shallowater 20

FINAL

 

Arl Bowie 28

Sam Houston 7

FINAL

 

West Brook 51

College Park 3

FINAL

 

Dawson 14

George Ranch 13

FINAL

 

Sam Houston 20

Burbank 0

FINAL

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Cinco Ranch 36

Richmond Foster 6

FINAL

WR Cedarian Lamb (Oklahoma) was a generational type player for Foster and without the playmaker, the Falcons are a shell of themselves as this point.

 

FB Marshall 77

FB Willowridge 20

FINAL

District 23-5A will come down to Saturday, 10/14, when Manvel visits Marshall at Hall Stadium, kickoff at 1:00.

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GP North Shore 35

CE King 14

Halftime

 

Pearland 28

Alief Taylor 14 (Eagles)

Halftime

 

Spring Westfield 6 (Coburn)

Dekaney 0 (Epps)

Halftime

 

Sherman 7

Denton 0

Halftime

 

Heights 12

Bellaire 7

2nd

 

Manvel 14

Galveston Ball 7

Halftime

 

Denton Ryan 41

Denton Braswell 0

Halftime

 

Sweetwater 55

Lamesa 0

Halftime

 

Sachse 30

Lview Centennial 10

Halftime

 

Keller Central 22

Weatherford 7

2nd

 

Longview 14

Rockwall 7

Halftime

 

Southlake Carroll 17

Euless Trinity 0

2nd

 

Keller 12

Haltom 7

2nd

 

Carthage 28 (Ingram)

Henderson 7

2nd

 

Kilgore 21

Chapel Hill 21

2nd

 

Duncanville 28

Cedar Hill 0

2nd

 

Waco Midway 28

Harker Heights 3

2nd

 

Canadian 14

Vernon 0

1st

 

Angleton 49 (Foster)

Victoria East 0

2nd

 

UPSET ALERT!

Athens 22

#9 Van 21

2nd

 

#6 Kennedale 9

#2 West Orange-Stark 7

Halftime

 

Westlake 17

Hays 7

2nd

 

UPSET ALERT!

Lufkin 21

#9 The Woodlands 17

 

Pine Tree 21

Mt Pleasant 13

2nd

 

Tomball 21

Magnolia 21

2nd

 

Sulphur Springs 14

Marshall 10

2nd

 

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Pearland 35

Alief Taylor 21

4th

 

Spring Westfield 22

Dekaney 0

4th

 

Heights 31

Bellaire 10

4th

 

#2 Manvel 35

Galveston Ball 7

4th

 

Clear Lake 21

Dickinson 17

4th

 

Keller Central 41

Weatherford 10

4th

 

Longview 31

Rockwall 21

4th

 

Southlake Carroll 20

Euless Trinity 14

4th

 

Haltom 20

Keller 19

4th

 

Katy Taylor 35

Maybe Creek 14

4th

 

#1 Carthage 42

Henderson 10

4th

 

Waco Midway 42

Harker Heights 9

4th

 

Duncanville 41

Cedar Hill 0

4th

 

Elysian Fields 37

Arp 0

4th

 

#7 Angleton 70

Victoria East 0

4th

 

Midland 21

Frenship 7

4th

 

#9 Van 42

Athens 22

3rd

 

#2 West Orange-Stark 17

#6 Kennedale 17

4th

 

#5 Westlake 27

Hays 17

4th

 

#9 The Woodlands 31

Lufkin 21

3rd

 

 

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