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WEEK 0 HIGHLIGHTS

Games Of The Week

* Austin Anderson defeated Austin McCallum 48-34 in the "Taco Shack Bowl"

* New Braunfels won a close one 24-19 vs. New Braunfels Canyon in the "Wurst Bowl". New Braunfels now leads the all-time series 23-6 and their Head Coach Chuck Caniford became the #3 all-time winningest Coach at New Braunfels with a win.

* San Antonio Churchill won the "Gucci Bowl" vs. San Antonio Clark 21-7.

* Friendswood QB Peter Maetzold passed for 375 yards, 4 TDs and scored 2 more rushing during their 49-28 win over Angleton. the Mustangs scored 35 points in the 1st quarter.

* Brownwood's Jaxon Shipley returned two punts for TDs of 59 and 80 yards during their 56-19 thumping of Gatesville.

* Wimberley beat Cuero 49-42 in a wild one to snap the Gobblers 33-game home winning streak.

* Colleyville Heritage overcame a 14-point deficit very late in the game and then went on to defeat Duncanville 58-52 in triple overtime. Duncanville led 38-24 after scoring a TD with 49 seconds left but Heritage returned the kickoff back for a TD to make it 38-31. They were than able to convert on an onside kick. From there they scored with 3.6 seconds left to send the game into OT

* Great Lake Showdown -- Austin Lake Travis vs. Austin Westlake. Lake Travis trailed 10-21 before scoring 22 unanswered 2nd half points to win 32-21 in front of an estimated 30,000 fans at Royal-Memorial Stadium.

* Lufkin kicked a FG with 3 seconds left to get a hard fought 17-14 win over the John Tyler Lions.

* Aledo defeated Stephenville 20-3 in a matchup of #2 vs. #3 in Class 4A

* Clear Creek WR C.J. McElroy rushed for 149 yards and 2 TDs, had 85 yards receiving and 1 TD, threw a TD pass and returned a kickoff for a TD in their 49-14 win over Pasadena Memorial.

* Longview won the 100th meeting between them and Marshall 31-9. Longview is now 54-41-5 all-time vs. Marshall and has now won 10 in a row and 12 of the last 14.

* Defending 5A DII Champion Abilene held off upset minded Belton 36-27. Belton led 20-13 early on behind QB David Ash who finished the game 31-of-46 for 379 yards. Abilene who has won 22 straight regular season games and 32 of their last 34 rushed for 372 yards behind the Sims cousins to get the win.

* Ingram Moore snapped their 40 game losing streak with an 8-7 win over Natalia. The 40 consecutive losses tied the for 14th on the all-time list.

* #38 5A Klein Forest @ #5 5A Katy Cinco Ranch
LSG was there!! This was a great game. The score was tied at 21 each at halftime behind a balanced Cinco Ranch attack and Klein Forest QB Matt Davis. Davis took a hit right before halftime that kept him out of the 2nd half. Along with that, Cinco Ranch looked to be in better condition as the Cougars won it 42-21

LONGEST CURRENT WINNING STREAKS
Wins - Team (District)
47 — Austin Lake Travis (25-4A)
30 — Carthage (16-3A)
16 — Abilene (3-5A)
16 — Gilmer (16-3A)
16 — Goldthwaite (13-1A DI)
15 — Cayuga (8-1A DI)
14 — Euless Trinity (6-5A)
14 — Aledo (5-4A)
12 — Daingerfield (8-2A DI)

ALL-TIME CONSECUTIVE WINS
47 - Austin Lake Travis (4A) 2007-present beat 2009 5A DI Runner Up Austin Westlake 32-21. They remain in 4th place all-time. Next up in a tie for 2nd place all-time is Abilene (5A), 1954-1957 and Southlake Carroll, 2004-2007 with 49 consecutive wins.

30 — Carthage (3A) 2008-present beat 4A Jacksonville 41-26 to move into a tie for 25th all-time with Stratford, (1A) 2000-2001, Munday, (1A) 1984-85, Melvin, (1A) 1951-53, Waxahachie,(4A) 1992-93, Mart, (2A) 1999-2000 and Taylor, 1942-44. Next up with 31 wins is Celina 2005-2006, Ennis, (4A) 2000-2002 and Southlake Carroll, (5A) 2002-2003.

ALL-TIME CONSECUTIVE LOSSES
Tied 8th all-time with 42 losses - San Antonio Memorial 2005-present
#31 on the all-time list has 35 consecutive losses
28 losses — Claude 3-1A
26 losses — El Paso Eastwood 1-5A

RECORDS

K Ben Pruitt of The Woodlands Kicked 3 FG's vs. Monterey Tech Mexico during their 44-7 victory. He now has 17 career Field Goals. He will need to get to 20 to tie for 37th place all-time.

K Webb Williams of San Antonio clark did not kick any FG's in Clarks 7-21 loss to San Antonio Churchill. He remains at 12 career Field Goals. He will need to get to 20 to tie for 37th place all-time.

K Juan Carranco of Dayton kicked 1 FG in their 3-8 loss to Fort Bend Elkins. He now has 10 career Field Goals. He will need to get to 20 to tie for 37th place all-time.

WR Trey Metoyer of Whitehouse caught 3 passes for 37 yards and 1 TD in Whitehouse's 35-8 win over Corsicana. He now has 154 career receptions which puts him into a tie for 50th place all-time with SAM DIBRELL, Alamo Heights, (4A) 2004-06 and AARON RAYMOND, Sunray, (1A) 2002-04. Next up with 155 catches is MAT BARRETT, Valley Consolidated, (1A) 1983-86. His 37 yards brings him to 2,311 career receiving yards which puts him in 92nd place on the all-time list. Next up at 2,312 yards is PHILIP BECK, Crosby, 2002-03. His 30 career TD receptions put him in a tie for 51st place on the all-time list with Marlon McClure, Tenaha, 2006-08, Cade McCrary, Lake Travis, 2007-08, Jermichael Finley, Diboll, 2002-04, Earvin Taylor, Mission, 2000-02, Vincent Marshall, Ennis, 2000-01 and Hector Ganderia, LaJoya, 1972-74. Next up with 31 career TDs's are Andrew Delgado, Lyford, 2007-08, Dan Buckner, Allen, 2005-07, McKay Jacobson, Southlake Carroll, 2003-05, Clint Renfro, Southlake Carroll, 2004-05, David Nelson, Wichita Falls Rider, 2003-04, Anthony Jenkins, Ennis, 2002-03 andMarlon McClure, Tenaha, 2006-08.

WR Jaxon Shipley of Brownwood had 3 catches for 53 yards during Brownwood's 56-19 win over Gatesville. He now has 116 career receptions with puts him into a tie for 166th place on the all-time list. He is tied with ROBERT ARMSTRONG, Cuero, 2007-08, COLIN JONES, Bridgeport, 2002-05, JERMICHAEL FINLEY, Diboll, 2002-04, MARIO ESQUIVEL, Robstown, 2002-03, JERALE BADO, Abilene, 2001-02, DARRIN BRINKLEY, Belton, 1991-93 and JEROME HARRISON, Ferris, 1987-89. The 53 yards brings his career total to 1,791 career receiving yards. Jaxon will then need to get to 2,001 career receiving yards to tie for 163rd place all-time.

WR Marquis Jackson of Fort Worth Arlington Heights had a bye week so he remains at 92 career receptions and 1,674 career receiving yards. He will need to get to 115 career receptions to tie for 173rd place and get to 2,001 career receiving yards to tie for 163rd place all-time.

WR M.J. McFarland of El Paso Eldorado caught 10 passes during their 20-23 loss to Las Cruces New Mexico. This gives him 105 career receptions. He will need to get to 115 career receptions to tie for 173rd place all-time.

RB Johnathan Gray of Aledo did not score any TDs during Aledo's 20-3 victory over Stephenville. He remains at 65 career Touchdowns. He will need to reach 70 to tie for 62nd place all-time.

RB Trent Jackson of Cuero scored 2 TDs during their 42-49 loss to Wimberley to bring his total to 61 career Touchdowns. He will need to reach 70 to tie for 62nd place all-time.

RB Herschel Sims of Abilene scored 1 TD during Abilene's 36-27 win over Belton to bring his total to 56 career Touchdowns. He will need to reach 70 to tie for 62nd place all-time.

RB Malcolm Brown of Cibolo Steele scored 2 TDs during Steele's nationally televised 23-28 loss to San Antonio Madison to bring his total to 52 career Touchdowns. He will need to reach 70 to tie for 62nd place all-time.

QB Stevie Joe Dorman of Somerset went 18-25 for 305 yards and 5 TDS during Somerset's 48-42 victory over SA Holy Cross. His 18 completions give him 384 career completions which puts him into a tie for 94th place on the all-time list with NICKY ROWLAND, Nazareth, 2006-08 and JEREMY SANDERS, marlin, 2003-05. His 25 attempts pushes his career total to 645. He will need to get to 934 pass attempts to tie for 16th place all-time. His 305 yards puts his career total to 5,639. He will need to reach 8,212 yards for 16th place all-time. His 5 TDS puts his career total at 57. He will need to get to 85 TD passes for 16th place all-time.

QB David Ash, Belton completed 31 passes vs. Abilene during Belton's 27-36 loss. This puts him in a tie for 66th all-time with Paul Millard, Flower Mound vs. Lewisville Hebron, 2009, Jake Glover, Fort Worth Brewer vs. Fort Worth Eastern Hills, 2009, Jake Glover, Fort Worth Brewer vs. Frisco Wakeland, 2009, Dominic Scott, Alpine vs. Clint, 2009, Jackson Meyer, Booker vs. Gruver, 2009, Jerry Bell, Corpus Christi Ray vs. Victoria Memorial, 2007, Weston Jameson, Edgewood vs. Nevada Community,
2007, Tyrik Rollison, Sulphur Springs vs. Sherman, 2007, Tyrik Rollison, Sulphur Springs vs. Liberty-Eylau, 2007, Tyrik Rollison, Sulphur Springs vs. Texarkana, 2007, Kevin Smith, Seguin vs. Austin Anderson, 2007, Alvaro Garcia, Laredo United vs. SA Reagan, 2006, Brent Hill, Keller Central vs. Haltom, 2006, Ryan Mossakowski, Frisco Centennial v. McKinney Boyd, 2006, Kyle McDonald, Haltom vs. Grapevine, 2005, Stephen Pearce, Wylie vs. Commerce, 2002, Chris Sanders, FM Marcus vs. Lewisville, 1994 and Steven Savoy, Houston Sterling vs. Houston Wheatley, 1988

QB Ryan Polite of DeSoto was 26-38 for 221 yards and 4 TDs during their 56-35 win over Leander. The 26 completions gives him 477 for his career. This puts him in 42nd place just ahead of KOLTON BROWNING, Mabank, 2007-08. Next up is CASEY PAGE, Hereford, 2003-06 with 480 completions. His 38 attempts gives him 789 for his career. He will need to have 934 pass attempts to tie for 16th place all-time. The 221 yards pushes his career total to 6,809. He will need to reach 8,212 yards for 16th place all-time. The 4 TD's gives him 61 for his career. He will need to get to 85 TD passes for 16th place all-time.

QB Paul Millard of Flower Mound completed 29 of 39 passes for 440 yards and had 5 TDs in their 69-31 win over Dallas Jesuit. The 29 completions puts him into a tie for 78th place all-time with 27 others. It also gives him 381 completions for his career. This puts him in at 97th place on the all-time list just ahead of BRYCE PETTY, Midlothian, 2006-08. Next up with 382 completions is JOSH KING, Stratford, 2002-04, ZAC DAHMAN, Keller Fossil Ridge, 2000-01 and CHUCK CLEMENTS, Huntsville, 1990-91. The 39 attempts gives him 584 for his career. He will need to have 934 pass attempts to tie for 16th place all-time.

By: Michael Wright
Lone Star Gridiron
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