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Game of the Week (Wk 6 2013) – #7 5A San Antonio Madison Mavericks (5-1) @ NR 5A San Antonio Reagan Rattlers (5-0)

Game of the Week (Wk 6 2013) – #7 5A San Antonio Madison Mavericks (5-1) @ NR 5A San Antonio Reagan Rattlers (5-0)

2013 Week 6 Texas High School Football Game Of The Week

Madison leads this series 9-4 all-time

Series:
2012: San Antonio Madison 24, San Antonio Reagan 21
2011: San Antonio Reagan 38, San Antonio Madison 17
2010: San Antonio Madison 36, San Antonio Reagan 28
2009: San Antonio Reagan 30, San Antonio Madison 21
2008: San Antonio Reagan 32, San Antonio Madison 28
2007: San Antonio Madison 42, San Antonio Reagan 14
2006: San Antonio Madison 48, San Antonio Reagan 43
2005: San Antonio Madison 21, San Antonio Reagan 9
2004: San Antonio Madison 43, San Antonio Reagan 40
2003: San Antonio Madison 42, San Antonio Reagan 21
2002: San Antonio Reagan 59, San Antonio Madison 53
2001: San Antonio Madison 39, San Antonio Reagan 19
2000: San Antonio Madison 38, San Antonio Reagan 0

2013 Schedules:

San Antonio Madison:
at Schertz Cibolo Steele (4-1) (W 46-45)
at Kerrville Tivy (2-3) (W 42-24)
vs New Braunfels (1-4) (W 41-13)
vs Smithson Valley (5-0) (L 20-47)
at San Antonio Churchill (4-2)* (W 28-26)
vs San Antonio Roosevelt (3-3)* (W 35-0)
PF (212) PA (155)

San Antonio Reagan:
at Converse Wagner (0-5) (W 49-25)
vs San Antonio O'Connor (4-2) (W 31-28)
at Pflugerville (1-4) (W 47-37)
vs Laredo United (4-2) (W 62-40)
at San Antonio Lee (3-3)* (W 58-7)
PF (247) PA (137)

Texas high school footballMike Says: Oh Yeah....its 26-5A. One of LSG's favorite districts. Reagan has been beating everyone but it has not been a very tough schedule. Madison has played some very good teams like our week 0 game of the week victory over Cibolo Steele. They lost a few weeks later but Smithson Valley may be just that good. Its going to be another 26-5A battle. The MAVERICKS wins it 28-17!!

Texas high school footballChris Says: I think even we have San Antonio Madison ranked too high right now and it is going to take a couple more losses for the pollsters to figure that out.  Madison has been eeking out their wins or losing to good teams.  San Antonio Reagan is a good team.  Sure, Reagan hasn't gone up against all that tough of competition, but this is the game that settles the score for both teams.  I think this time, I am going with the underdog.  The RATTLERS win 31-28!!

Texas high school footballLSG Intern Zach Says: Despite its surprising blowout loss to Smithson Valley, I am still a believer in Madison. They have a great quarterback in Cody Ennis, who responded to the loss by making himself a threat to take off and run with 149 yards and three touchdowns against Churchill. Let’s not forget that this is the same team that knocked off Cibolo Steele in Week 0. Reagan is overmatched in this one. Mavericks 35-21.

Texas high school footballLSG Intern William Says: Both teams have two dual-threat quarterbacks that lead their teams in passing and rushing. For San Antonio Madison quarterback Cody Ennis has thrown for 1265 and 15 touchdowns, he has also ran for 390 yards and 10 touchdowns. Quarterback Ty Summers for San Antonio Reagan has thrown for 966 and 8 touchdowns, he has also ran for 656 yards and 12 touchdowns. Where Reagan has an advantage is at the running back position, Marshall Young has 8 touchdowns on 500 yards rushing this year. Both quarterbacks have led their team to where they are this week. I give the edge to the team with the more overall running attack. Rattlers win 42-38.

Texas high school footballLSG Writer Scott Says: Madison, led by legendary coach Jim Streety, has righted the ship after a lopsided loss to Smithson Valley in Week 3. As quarterback Cody Ennis goes, so does Madison. Ennis has 1,265 yards and 15 TDs through the air this season and has pounded his way to a team-leading 390 rushing yards and 10 TDs with his deceptive running ability. Texas Tech commit Byron Daniels and junior hidden gem Ja’Michael Brown have over 930 yards and 10 TDs combined this season. As for Reagan, Rice commit Ty Summers has been outstanding this season in leading his team to nearly 50 points per game. Simmons has over 1,600 total yards and 20 TDs this season with Marshall Young and the big play threat of Kash Knutson joining Summers. If you go the concession stand, don’t be gone long. Madison wins a barnburner, 48-42.

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