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WEEK SIX:

DFW:
Because of the Texas State Fair, many DFW schools play this week on Thursday night, so there was a lot of action. Denton Guyer tolled to a 53-28 win over Byron Nelson. Texas commit,junior QB Jerrod Heard rushed for 268 yards and passed for 152 as Guyer finished with 561 yards of offense. Kyle Hicks, another Texas commit, rolled up 280 yards and accounted for five touchdowns as Arlington Martin crushed Pascal 63-9. Euless Trinity scored on 8 of 10 possessions and rolled up 319 yards rushing in a 51-0 shutout of Irving Nimitz. Frisco remained unbeaten with a 57-20 win over Little Elm, but DFW’s leading rusher Keaun Kinner of LE rushed for 144 yards and three scores. Lincoln beat Samuell 47-22 with Eric Neal rushing for 199, passing for 117 and accounting for five touchdowns. Frisco Lone Star beat Aubrey 39-28 with Will Campbell passing for 255 yards and four td’s.

On Friday night, Southlake Carroll crushed Richland 63-7 with Kenny Hill (A&M commit) rushing for 134 yards/passing for 271 and accounting for six touchdowns. Colleyville Heritage’s Cody Thomas (Oklahoma commit) threw for 541 yards and seven touchdowns in a 56-47 shootout over Irving MacArthur. Desoto pounded Mansfield Timberview 61-7 with Oregon commit Dontre Wilson scoring four touchdowns. Cleburne beat Burleson 55-20 with Jackets QB Quade Coward passing for 312 yards and five touchdowns, while adding two more on the ground. Sophomore sensation JuWann Washington rushed for 229 yards and two tds to lead Kennedale past Springtown 48-17. Stephenville beat Glen Rose 48-30. QB Tyler Jones passed for 2494 yards, rushed for 73 and accounted for five touchdowns. Skyline QB Devante Kincade accounted for five touchdowns as part of a 302 yard night as the Raiders downed Richardson Pearce 57-14. Mesquite beat Horn 56-41 with Skeeter QB Alex Cooper throwing for 429 yards and two tds and adding 92 yards and another score on the ground. Sherman QB Dru Smith followed up his Ford Player of the Week award with another strong performance against Wylie East. Smith threw for 349 yards and five TDs, completing 20/26 passes. Sophomore QB Mickey Mitchell threw for 327 yards and four TD’s to lead Prestonwood to a 42-7 win over John Paul II. In another private school contest, Frisco Legacy Christian beat Flower Mound Coram Deo Academy 64-13 as RB Ovie Urevbu rushed for 266 yards and five TD’s.

Houston:
#1 Katy manhandled Katy Taylor 56-7 with LSU commit Adam Taylor rushing for 171 yards and scoring four times. A&M commit Kohl Stewart passed for 324 yards and four touchdowns as St. Pius shutout Beaumont Kelly 41-0. Klein Collins edged Kingwood 38-35 despite 270 yard rushing/3 td performance by Kade Harrington. Cinco Ranch beat Mayde Creek 35-23 despite a 191 yard rushing /2 td performance by Creek’s Troy McCormick. Dayton shut out Humble 49-0 with Kyle McBride rushing for 246 yards and three scores. Houston Christian’s Alex Roys was near-perfect, completing 13/14 for 405 yards and 4 tds, in a 59-19 win over Austin St. Andrews’. Old Dominion commit Shane McCarley threw for 275 yards and five tds’ as Manvel shut out Dobie 48-0. Pasadena Memorial QB Nick Bernal threw for 445 yards and four td’s as Memorial doubled up Pasadena High 56-28. A&M commit James White rushed for 238 yards and four td’s as Pearland Dawson beat Goose Creek Memorial 41-14. Tomball edged Willowridge 52-47 despite a 430 yard/4 td passing effort by Willowridge’s Trenton Campbell. Kaliq Kokuma rushed for 430 yards and four scores for Clear Creek, as Creek beat Dickinson 48-41. Spring Westfield’s Emmett Rawleigh rushed for 289 yards and seven touchdowns as Westfield beat Spring 55-35. The Woodlands dominated Lufkin 49-21 rolling up 629 yards, including 458 on the ground. North Shore also dominated the line of scrimmage, rushing for 295 yards while holding Pt. Arthur Memorial to just 39 in a 31-24 win.

Central Texas:
Senior QB’s returning from injuries were a story in Central Texas. Hays Consolidated’s Caleb Kimbro, who missed a game and a half earlier in the season, scored a career-high five touchdowns and rushed for 146 yards as the Rebels beat Lockhart 56-6. Kimbro also threw for 100 yards. Lake Travis’ Baker Mayfield completed 14/23 passes for 232 yards and threw three touchdowns in the first quarter as the Cavaliers rolled over Akins 59-14.

Hendrickson scored touchdowns in all three phases to edge Westwood 20-10. Junior DB Chance Waz had an interception and a game clinching 63 yard fumble recovery for a touchdown. Connally rolled over Hutto 58-24 with RB Dae Payton rushing for 181 yards and five touchdowns. Westlake pounded Anderson 47-3.

In the Alamo City, New Braunfels edged Canyon 30-27 in the “Wurst” Bowl as Weston King passed for 370 yards and three scores. Judson won the “Hammer” Bowl with a 30-0 whitewash of Wagner. It was the Rockets third consecutive shutout. Kerrville Tivy beat Boerne Champion 27-14, sacking Champion QB Kyle Poeske four times and intercepting him twice. Steele pounded CC King 54-14 and Smithson Valley ground out a 35-7 win over San Marcos. On Saturday night, San Antonio Madison survived a furious fourth quarter rally to beat Reagan 24-21, but the win was costly for the Mavericks. Junior QB Cody Ennis, who threw for 257 yards left the game in the third quarter with an apparent broken collarbone, while RB Marquis Warford suffered a rib injury on the next series.

Refugio’s junior QB Travis Quintanilla sets a state record with 10 touchdown passes, throwing for 383 yards on 13/15 completions and Refugio continues to roll up points, crushing Taft 80-0. CC Ray’s Marcus Mosley passed for 330 yards and four touchdowns, and rushed for 78 yards and two more, in a 43-28 win over Alice. Liberty Hill’s Jadon Boatright (New Mexico commit) scored three long range touchdowns in a 55-28 win over Llano. Boatright returned the opening kickoff 85 yards to paydirt and added a 60 yard run and a 65 yard punt return. Layton Rabb threw for 338 yards in defeat for Llano.

West Texas:
Abilene remained unbeaten with a 31-17 win over Midland Lee. Evin Abbe passed for 193 yards and rushed for 56, accounting for three touchdowns. Abilene Cooper shutout Midland High 41-0 with junior QB Lorenzo Joe (Texas commit) passing for 206 yards and two scores. Shallowater beat Seminole 51-21 as junior RB Jarek Black rushed for 211 yards and four tds. Jacob Burtch passed for 176 yards and two scores in a losing cause. Littlefield sophomore DaMadrick Moore rushed for 231 yards and two tds in a 45-14 win over Bushland. Grant Eubank rushed for 226 yards and three tds as Wall beat Bangs 57-20. Stamford’s Hagen Hutchinson had 293 total yards and four touchdowns in a 46-0 shutout of Winters.

East Texas:
John Tyler scored a huge win over Corsicana 63-14. QB Greg Ward, UH commit, completed 29/32 passes for 382 yards and four scores, while rushing for 70 yards and another TD. In a real wild finish Gilmer hung on to beat Henderson 28-26 before a packed house at Lobo Stadium in Longview. Henderson rallied from an 18 point deficit, only to have two go-ahead touchdowns called back by penalty and the game tying two point conversion negated by the officials as well. Arp beat Frankston 47-26 with do-everything Mikechell Potts rushing for 147 yards, while adding 167 yards receiving. Whitehouse beat Lindale 56-24 as junior QB Patrick Mahomes completed 14/17 passes for 186 yards and five scores.Crockett beat Elkart 34-21 despite a 38 carry/325 yard rushing effort by Jeffrey Wilson. Wilson scored three touchdowns and also intercepted a pass on defense for the Elks. Grace Community’s Kade Clayton, a previous Ford Player of the Week winner, rushed for 144 yards on just 11 carries and caught two passes as Grace scored 41 unanswered points to beat Dallas Shelton 55-17

In a record-breaking night for both teams, Sulphur Springs outlasted Mt. Pleasant 71-65. Sulphur RB Buddy Ivery set a school rushing record with 309 yards on 24 carries on a night when the team also set a school record for most points in a game. On the other side, Mt. Pleasant QB Montravious James completed 31/56 passes for 406 yards and five touchdowns, breaking the school season record for passing yardage with four regular season games to go. Junior WR Kaddarius Cannon hauled in 14 of those passes for 217 yards and three TD’s.

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