Dallas Jesuit won their 50th all-time game during their 59-7 victory over Dallas White

Dallas Skyline Raiders (2-1) @ Dallas Jesuit Rangers (3-0)

Texas high school football game of the week

Dallas Skyline at Dallas Jesuit

Dallas Skyline Raiders (2-1) @ Dallas Jesuit Rangers (3-0)
Texas high school football game of the week

Skyline has won their last 2 games in 2010 and 2011 by a combined total of 97-31

Dallas Jesuit Rangers (3-0)

LSG TEAM PREVIEW

  • LSG All-Time Games Of The Week Record: (0-0 all-time) (0-0 in 2011) (0-0 in 2012)
  • Week 2: Highlighted Games

2012 Games:

W 30-29 @ Wilmette, Loyola, IL
W 34-21 Keller Fossil Ridge
W 57-0 @ Houston Strake Jesuit

Dallas Skyline Raiders (2-1)

LSG TEAM PREVIEW

2012 Games:

W 42-28 The Woodlands AT FC Dallas Stadium, Frisco
W 37-34 Arlington Martin
L 36-38 @ Arlington Bowie

Mike Says:Skyline won this game big last year. This years came features 2 very good QB/WR duos. Skyline QB Devante Kincade (770 yards passing 9 TDs, 265 yards rushing 4 TDs) and WR Rashaad Samples (15-245 6 TDs) shine for the Raiders. Jesuit QB Jack Brezette (848 yards 12 TDs) and WR Jake Oliver (27-377 5 TDs) will headline for the Rangers. Skyline was ranked as the top team in the state before falling to Arlington Bowie 2 weeks ago. I was able to watch Jesuit 2 weeks ago and they are very good. They will need to play their best game to defeat Skyline. It will not be enough. the RAIDERS win it 28-13!!

Chris Says: This one really only qualifies as a game of the week because of Dallas Jesuit’s WR, Jake Oliver.  In the end, Dallas Skyline is a much better team, but Oliver is someone capable of taking over a game.  Will he take over against Skyline?  He’ll get some great catches and make some nice yards, but the Skyline roster has plenty of guys that can double and triple someone like Oliver.   The RAIDERS take the win 35-31!!!

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Week 2 : Highlight Games Of The Week

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Dallas Jesuit 57, Strake Jesuit 0
This was a unique game between 2 non-UIL schools and LSG was there!! It turned out to be a mismatch. Dallas Jesuit was able to move the ball at will and their defense stuffed the Strake Jesuit offense. It was 47-0 at halftime and Dallas Jesuit out-gained them 301-66. Superstar WR Jake Oliver caught 7 passes for 123 yards and scored 3 TDs while only working the 1st quarter. He was playing in the 2nd quarter but they never looked at him.

Carthage 30, Tyler Chapel Hill 6
Carthage now leads this series 21-6 since 1976

Colleyville Heritage 35, Flower Mound 14
Heritage QB Cody Thomas completed 22 of 36 passes for 278 yards for the game. For the season, he has completed 74 of 118 passes for 937 yards and 6 TDs.

Whitehouse 38, Sulphur Springs 33
The teams combined for more than 1,100 yards in a rainy game. Whitehouse stays unbeaten at 3-0 while Sulphur Springs drops to 1-2. Wildcats quarterback Patrick Mahomes passed for 360 yards, ran for 121 yards and scored 4 TDs. Wildcat WR Dylan Cantrell now has 18 receptions for 377 yards and 5 TDs on the season. For his career he now has 105 receptions for 1,791 yards and 26 TDs.

East Bernard 44, Hempstead 8
The Brahmas started off fast taking a 37-8 lead at halftime to cruise to a victory over a very good Hempstead team. This was one of LSG’s games of the week. The Brahmas finished with 434 yards of total offense.

Tyler John Tyler 21, Tyler Lee 0
The Lions from John Tyler won this 57th meeting of the Rose City Rivalry. They now lead this all-time series 29-27-1. Tyler Lee had dominated this series as of late and the Lions are now 3-13 against the Red Raiders since 1999. John Tyler’s defense was the story of the night holding Lee to only 139 total yards of offense.

Munday 55, Albany 28
The Moguls defeated their 3rd consecutive Top 10 Class 1A school with this victory. Mogul QB Dee Paul accounted for 357 total yards of offense and scored 4 TDs. Munday led 42-7 at halftime. The was Mundays 850th all-time game.

Corpus Christi Flour Bluff 19, Corpus Christi Calallen 16
The Flour Bluff defense held Calallen to 185 total yards to get a big upset victory. Flour Bluff improves to 3-0 while Calallen falls to 2-1. Calallen still leads the all-time series 33-16 but only have a 5-4 advantage in last 9 games.

DeSoto 42, Euless Trinity 21
The Eagles welcomed the Trojans back to Texas football after Euless played two out of state teams during the first 2 weeks of the season. This was one of LSG’s games of the week. DeSoto opened up a big 28-7 lead at halftime and got a big game from QB Desmon White (197 yards passing, 116 yards rushing and 3 total TDs).

Gregory-Portland 35, Corpus Christi Carroll 21
G-P Wildcat running back Devin Bisby ran for 159 yards and scored 4 TD’s during their victory in the “Battle Of The Bridge”. Gregory-Portland now leads this all-time series 22-18-1 including winning the last 4 in a row. Bisby now has 80 carries for 573 yards and 9 TDs on the season.

A&M Consolidated 35, Austin Westlake 17
Westlake led this one 17-14 in the 3rd quarter before Consolidated scored 3 late TDs to pull away and get the win. Westlake still leads this series 9-5 during the regular season since 1996. They are 1-1 in state semifinal games against each other.

Angleton 39, Nederland 31
Angleton holds on for this win of top 4A teams in what was one of the LSG Games Of The Week. Nederland scored in the 4th to make it 32-31 Angleton. They went for 2 and did not get it. The Wildcats went on to score another late TD to seal the win.

Abilene Wylie 31, Graham 7
Wylie now leads this series 14-6 since 1994 including 3-0 in the playoffs.

Langham Creek 32, Cypress Woods 31
The Lobos rallied to get a District 17-5A opener win. Creek had led 25-9 but Woods scored 22 unanswered points to go up 31-25 late in the game. The Lobos then went 77 yards on the winning drive to score a TD and get the extra point with 2:33 left in the game.

Pflugerville 34, San Antonio Reagan 7
Pflugerville RB Clarence Guidry rushed for three touchdowns in the match up of previously undefeated teams. This was Reagan’s Head Coach David Wetzel’s 100th all-time game coached at Reagan.

Southlake Carroll 34, Temple 0
Carroll QB Kenny Hill ran for 237 yards and three TDs and passed for another 132 yards. Temple quarterback Zach Allen completed 35 of 58 passes for 372 yards on the night.

Pasadena South Houston 52, Dickinson 49 OT
The teams combined for over 1,000 yards of total offense. Dickinson had a chance to win it in regulation but missed a short field goal with the scored tied at 49 as time expired. In overtime, South Houston connected on a 36 yard field goal but Dickinson missed a 41 yarder to end the game. Gator running back Krysten Hammon made the record books by running for 459 yards and five touchdowns.

Smithson Valley 51, El Paso Montwood 29
The Rangers only led this one 10-7 at halftime before the teams erupted for 63 points in the 2nd half.

Wichita Falls Rider 26, Amarillo 17
Rider QB J.T. Barrett scored from 1 yard out with 9 seconds left in the game to take a 20-17 lead. They then score on a fumble recovery to make the final 26-17. The Sandies controlled most of the game with 262 yards rushing.

Longview 41, Marshall 0
Longview won their 12th game in row in this 102nd meeting between these 2 schools. They lead this series 56-41-5 all-time. Longview Head Coach John King became the #2 winningest coach in Longview history during the victory.

Arlington Bowie 38, Dallas Skyline 36
Bowie held back a 4th quarter Skyline comeback bid to get a huge upset victory. Bowie led this one 38-16 beginning the 4th quarter. Skyline scored 20 unanswered points in the 4th and scored late in the game and went for two but the attempt was no good securing the Bowie win.

Amarillo Caprock 43, Lubbock Estacado 33
Caprock QB Michael Guerrero completed 19 passes on 37 attempts for 469 yards and 3 TDs. His favorite target, WR Bustos Addison caught 13 passes for 392 yards and 2 TDs. For the season, Guerrero has gone 75 of 117 for 1,327 yards and 17 TDs. Addison now has 38 receptions for 848 yards and 9 TDs on the season.

Coldspring-Oakhurst 27, La Marque 21, OT
The Trojans were able to pull off an OT upset over the Cougars from La Marque. La Marque led this one 21-13 in the 4th but the Trojans scored and converted the 2 point conversion to tie it at 21 with a little less than 4 minutes to go. In OT, La Marque was stopped on their possession and the Trojans were able to get it in for the big victory.

Booker 37, Wichita Falls JV 15
Booker sophomore quarterback Hunter Lile was 23 of 44 passing for 273 yards and four touchdowns. For the season, he is 75 of 124 for 984 yards and 10 TDs.

Austin Lake Travis 28, Round Rock Westwood 24
The Cavaliers scored with 2:24 left in the game to get their 25th consecutive win. Lake Travis opened up the game with a 16-0 lead but Westwood stormed back and took a 24-16 lead early in the 2nd half. Lake Travis QB Baker Mayfield has completed 57 passes on 82 attempts for 936 yards and 12 TDs on the season. For his career, he is now 304 of 460 for 4,724 yards and 57 TDs.

Katy 63, The Woodlands 10
Katy had 410 yards rushing and out gained The Woodlands 516-304 during the blowout. This was an LSG Game Of The Week.

Daingerfield 21, Clarksville 6
Daingerfield scored TDS in each of the final 3 quarters to get the win in what was one of LSG’s Games Of The Week.

Cameron Yoe 34, Rockdale 0
Yoe quarterback Jason Kopriva passed for 178 yards to lead Yoe to their 40th victory in the series. They now lead this series 40-18 all-time.

Cibolo Steele 56, Kerrville Tivy 17
The Knights led this one 35-3 at the half. Kerrville Tivy still leads this series 3-2 all-time. Steele RB Justin Stockton finished the night with 13 carries for 124 yards and 2 TDs. For the season, he has 59 carries for 620 yards and 8 TDs.

Stephenville 31, Beaumont Ozen 6
The Stephenville defense held Ozen to 119 yards of total offense in this game of the Lone Star Sports High School Football Classic. The win was Stephenville’s 575th all-time.

Converse Judson 45, San Antonio Churchill 24
Judson now leads this all-time series 26-8.

Collinsville 23, Petrolia 0
Collinsville QB John Lewis carried the ball 24 times for 131 yards and scored 3 TDs during the win. For the season, he now has 74 carries, 543 yards and 8 TDs rushing.

Alvarado 20, Fort Worth Southwest 13
Alvarado was able to intercept a pass in their end zone with only 36 seconds left in the game to secure the victory. This was one of LSG’s Games Of The Week.

El Campo 56, Bay City 7
El Campo won by the largest margin of victory in the 109th edition of the states longest continuous rivalry. The Ricebirds dropped to 3A this year, so these schools played each other as non-district opponents for the first time since 1979. El Campo now leads this all-time series 57-43-9 and has won 6 straight.

Columbus 28, Altair Rice Consolidated 6
Columbus QB Tyson Simcik completed 18 of 27 passes for 272 yards and 4 TD’s. For the season, he is now 70 of 127 for 774 yards and 9 TDs.

Jasper 53, Kirbyville 13
This game was 14-13 in the first quarter before Jasper scored the games final 39 points. Jasper now leads this all-time series 30-9-4.

Crowley 28, Red Oak 24
Crowley scored 22 unanswered points in the 4th quarter including a touchdown with 1:23 remaining to top off a huge comeback. Crowley RB Larry Cheeks had 22 carries for 173 yards and 1 TD during the game. For the season, he now has 82 carries for 677 yards and 7 TDs.

Idalou 28, Littlefield 7
Littlefield returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown but that was the only one they got. With the win Idalou was able to tie up this series at 5-5 since 2002.

Katy Mayde Creek 31, Tomball 21
Creek RB Troy McCormick rushed for 270 yards and 2 scores on 30 carries during the win. He now has 70 carries for 722 yards and 7 TDs on the season.

Lufkin 45, Nacogdoches 7
Lufkin now leads this series all-time 65-21-6 including 19 in a row

Port Lavaca Calhoun 49, Somerset 6
Calhoun finished the night with 555 yards rushing, led by Jakorious Williams who had 255. For the season, Williams has 49 carries for 685 yards and 10 TDs.

McAllen 40, McAllen Rowe 21
Rowe still leads this all-time series 11-10.

San Diego 42, Freer 21
San Diego RB Luis Lope carried the ball 22 times for 231 yards scoring 3 TDs. That makes 3 consecutive 200+ yard rushing games for Lope. For the season, he now has 58 carries for 721 yards and 10 TDs with a 12.43 yard per carry average.

Odessa Permian 45, Odessa 6
Permian lead this one 35-0 at halftime. They now lead the all-time series 45-9-1 …..they are 5-4 in last 9.

Shiner 27, Schulenburg 24
The Comanches ran for 339 yards on the night. They scored the go ahead touchdown with 2:53 remaining in the game. Schulenburg still leads this series 10-7 since 1994.

2012 LSG Team Preview — Dallas Jesuit Rangers

2012 LSG Texas High School Football Team Preview — Dallas Jesuit Rangers

Team: Dallas Jesuit Rangers (9-5A)

Colors: Blue/Gold

1st UIL season: 2004

Enrollment: 2,142 — 7th largest in the district out of 8 schools

2012 Schedule:
@ Wilmette, Loyola, IL
Keller Fossil Ridge
@ Houston Strake Jesuit
Dallas Skyline **
Richardson Berkner **
@ Dallas White **
Richardson Lake Highlands **
@ Richardson Pearce **
Dallas Sunset **
@ Richardson **

Coach: Brandon Hickman (1 Year) 8-3 at Dallas Jesuit; 8-3 all-time coaching record

Returning Lettermen: 33

Returning Starters: Offense: 6 Defense: 6

Key Players:
* WR Jake Oliver 1st Team All-State (TSWA & AP), (Maxpreps 1st Team All-American) & DIST OFF MVP & 1st Team All-Texas 96 catches 1,633 yards 20 TDs receiving TOP 30 WR Committed to University Of Texas
* OL J.J. Gustafson 1st Team All-District TOP 30 OL Committed to Texas A&M
* LB Jordan Mastrogiovanni 115 tackles 1st Team All-District TOP 35 LB Committed to University Of Oklahoma
* QB Jack Brezette 1,064 yards 13 TDs passing

Defense: 4-2-5

Notes:
* Had their 2nd best season last year with an 8 win season

  • Mike Says: The Rangers are set for a big season. Of course, everyone will be watching star Wide Receiver Jake Oliver as he marches towards setting several all-time receiving records. With him as a target the passing game will be one of the best and it also helps to have OL Gustafson on the front line. On defense, linebacker Mastrogiovanni will be a force. Their game vs. Dallas Skyline will be for the district title. Look for them to go 8-2 or 9-1 for the regular season.
  • Chris Says: Dallas Jesuit brings back a whopping 33 lettermen and half of their starters from last season’s 8-3 team.  Expect the Rangers to be in the hunt for the district title right there with Dallas Skyline.  Also, be on the lookout for receiver, Jake Oliver’s assault on the receiving record books.  It is going to be a special season for the Rangers.

Last Years Record: 8-3 overall 6-1 District

2011 Games:
vs Flower Mound (3-7) (W 42-41)
vs Houston Strake Jesuit (3-7) (W 51-14)
vs Coppell (6-4) (L 28-35)
vs Dallas White (4-6)* (W 42-18)
vs Richardson Berkner (7-4)* (4OT) (W 42-34)
vs Dallas Skyline (14-1)* (L 7-54)
vs Richardson (5-5)* (W 62-30)
at Richardson Lake Highlands (5-6)* (2OT) (W 49-42)
vs Dallas Samuell (1-9)* (W 49-7)
at Dallas Sunset (1-9)* (W 40-12)

Their district game vs. Richardson Berkner was ranked #21 in our 2011 Games Of The Year

Playoffs: Division I Bi-District
vs Garland Sachse (8-4) (at Mesquite Memorial) (L 42-49) Bi-District

History:
* 2 year winning streak (14-8) Longest since joining UIL
* All-Time Record : 45-41-0 52.33% 86 games
* Playoff Appearances (5) 2004,2006,2007,2010,2011

Championship History: No Championship Games

Last 5 year record: 27-26

Last 8 year record: 45-41

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First Team

Jake Oliver, WR, 6-4, 194, Dallas Jesuit
After an all-state season as a sophomore, Oliver did not disappoint. He hauled in 108 passes for 1,637 yards and 23 touchdowns.

 

Darius James, OL, 6-4, 295, Killeen Harker Heights
With 70 pancakes and 67 knockdowns, James earned 5A all-state honors.

 

Demarkus Lathan, LB, 5-9, 180,  Longview
The Class 5A Defensive MVP, Lathan was a sideline-to-sideline linebacker. He made 188 tackles, three sacks and blocked two kicks.

 

Second Team
Jake Raulerson, OL, 6-5, 250, Celina
Playing for one of the top small-school programs in the Lone Star State, Raulerson was a second team all-state pick in Class 3A.

Tyrone Swoopes, QB, 6-5, 220, Whitewright
A Class 2A all-state honorable mention, Swoopes completed 110 of 209 passes for 1,394 yards and 15 scores. He rushed 170 times for 2,267 yards and 29 scores. He recorded 540 yards and 7 scores in a single game against Tom Bean.
Zac Michener, P, 6-1, 160, Kennedale
Michener launched some booming punts in 2011, averaging 43.7 yards per punt with a long of 84 yards. Twelve of his punts landed inside the 20-yard line.

Dallas Jesuit Wins Big — Jake Oliver Record Watch

Dallas Jesuit 40, Dallas Sunset 12

The Rangers from Dallas Jesuit finish up their season in 2nd place in District 9-5A. They end their regular season with an overall record of 8-2 and 6-1 in district play. They will be in the Class 5A Division II playoff bracket. Their bi-district matchup will be against Garland Sachse (7-3) at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Mesquite’s Memorial Stadium.

Jesuit wide receiver Jake Oliver caught 4 passes for 65 yards and 2 touchdowns in the game. For the season, he now has 96 receptions for 1,431 yards and 20 touchdowns. For his career, he has 203 receptions for 3,007 yards and 35 touchdowns.

All-Time Records

SEASON — RECEPTIONS
23. 99 – McKay Jacobson, Southlake Carroll, (5A) 2005
24. 98 – Frank Hernandez, Mission, (5A) 1987
T25. 97 – Brandon Wilkerson, La Grange (3A) 2009
T25. 97 – Willie Harris, El Paso Austin, (5A) 1992
T25. 97 – Jarvis Woodson, Ennis, (4A) 2003
T28. 96 – Jake Oliver, Dallas Jesuit, (5A) 2011
T28. 96 – Jeff Venghaus, Spring, (5A) 1992
T28. 96 – Broderic Jones, Ennis, (4A) 2001
T28. 96 – Brady Brown, Argyle, (3A) 2007

SEASON — TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS
T54. 20 – Jake Oliver, Dallas Jesuit, 2011
T54. 20 – Al Lasker, Carrollton Newman Smith, 2009
T54. 20 – Crockett Gillmore, Bushland, 2009
T54. 20 – Kyle Guinyard, Ennis, 2008
T54. 20 – Darius Bolden, Cypress Falls, 2007
T54. 20 – Sam Dibrell, San Antonio Alamo Heights, 2006
T54. 20 – Adam Varnado, Big Sandy, 2003
T54. 20 – Justin MacGibbon, China Spring, 2001
T54. 20 – Brandon Autry, Boyd, 1999
T54. 20 – Brandon Johnson, South Grand Prairie, 1998
T54. 20 – Ryan Read, Austin Westlake, 1996
T54. 20 – Bo Adams, Schulenburg, 1989
T54. 20 – Gary Earnest, Tuscola Jim Ned, 1978

CAREER — RECEPTIONS
1. 264 – Jordan Shipley, Burnet (3A), 2000-2003
2. 259 – Trey Metoyer Whitehouse (4A), 2008-2010
3. 252 – Nati Valdez, Mission, (5A) 1986-1988
4. 240 – Trent Termin, Canton, (3A) 2008-2010
T5. 234 – Andrew Novak, Ennis, (4A) 2002-2005
T5. 234 – Jeremy Robinson, Palmer, (2A) 1988-1991
T7. 232 – Jason Bird, Austin Lake Travis, (4A) 2006-2007
T7. 232 – A.J. Dugat, Dayton, (4A) 2006-2008
9. 231 – Cameron Mavroulis, Boswell,(4A) 2006-2007
10. 229 – Mike Hicks, China Spring, (3A) 2005-2008
11. 227 – Fred Robinson, Austin Lake Travis, (4A) 2003-2005
12. 216 – Caleb Jones Austin High (5A) 2009-present
13. 218 – Brian Christian, Decatur, (3A) 2002-2004
14. 213 – Cody Cardwell, Stephenville, (4A) 1996-1998
15. 211 – Joseph Krebs, Bridgeport, (3A) 2000-2002
16. 210 – Barry Vannoy, Collinsville, (1A) 1991-1994
T17. 204 – McKay Jacobson, Southlake Carroll, (5A) 2003-2005
T17. 204 – Chad Finch, Sabine Pass, (1A) 1980-1983
19. 203 – Jake Oliver, Dallas Jesuit (5A) 2009-present
T20. 200 – Jaxon Shipley, (Coppell (5A), Brownwood (3A), 2008-2010
T20. 200 – Hunter Lee, Flower Mound (5A), 2009-2010
22. 197 – Brady Brown, Argyle, (3A) 2006-2008
23. 192 – Jarvis Woodson, Ennis, (4A) 2001-2003

CAREER — RECEIVING YARDS
18. 3,187 – Broderic Jones, Ennis, 2000-2001
19. 3,152 – Joseph Krebs, Bridgeport, 2000-2002
20. 3,100 – Barry Vannoy, Collinsville, 1991-1994
21. 3,060 – Eddie Murillo, Laredo Nixon, 2003-2005
22. 3,056 – Cayleb Jones Austin High, 2009-present
T23. 3,007 – Jake Oliver, Dallas Jesuit 2009-present
T23. 3,007 – Jarvis Woodson, Ennis, 2001-2003
25. 3,004 – Jamaica Rector, Celeste, 1996-1999
26. 2,973 – John Washington, Dallas Roosevelt, 1971-1973
27. 2,964 – Andrew Delgado, Lyford, 2007-2008
28. 2,961 – Jeremy Arnold, Clint, 1997-1999
29. 2,959 – Brandon J. Jones, South Grand Prairie, 1997-1999
30. 2,953 – McKay Jacobson, Southlake Carroll, 2003-2005
31. 2,912 – Justin Fenty, Denton Ryan, 2003-2005
32. 2,900 – Jason Martinson, Birdville, 2004-2006

CAREER — TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS
35. 36 – Omarius Hines, Corsicana, 2006-2007
T36. 35 – Jake Oliver, Dallas Jesuit, 2009-present
T36. 35 – Keyarris Garrett, Daingerfield, 2008-2010
T36. 35 – Darius White, Fort Worth Dunbar, 2008-2009
T36. 35 – Justin Fenty, Denton Ryan, 2003-2005
T36. 35 – John Washington, Dallas Roosevelt, 1971-1973
T41. 34 – Andres Alaniz, Ben Bolt, 2009-present
T41. 34 – D.J. Beshears, Denton Ryan, 2007-2008
T41. 34 – Justin MacGibbon, China Spring, 1998-2001
T41. 34 – Lloyd Hill, Odessa Permian, 1987-1989

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Week 2: For The Record

Franklins running back Chris Marrow ran for 433 yards during their 70-27 victory over Whitney. This ties him for 16th place on the all-time list.

Most Rushing Yards — Single Game
14. 450 – Jerron White, Hemphill vs. Huntington, 1988
15. 437 – Edwin Simmons, Hawkins vs. Troup, 1982
T16. 433 – Chris Marrow, Franklin vs. Whitney, 2011
T16. 433 – Glenn Jones, Ore City vs. Grand Saline, 1986
18. 431 – Gary Turner, Cayuga vs. Frost, 1995

Dallas Jesuit wide receiver Jake Oliver caught 16 passes for 276 yards and two TDs during their game against Coppell. The 16 receptions in the game put him in a tie for 23rd place all-time. The 276 yards puts him in 31st place on the all-time list.

Most Receptions — Single Game
T23. 16 – Jake Oliver, Dallas Jesuit (5A) vs. Coppell, 2011
T23. 16 – Hunter Lee, Flower Mound (5A) vs. Allen, 2010
T23. 16 – Zack Sonnier, Little Cypres-Mauriceville (4A) vs. Vidor, 2009
T23. 16 – Shaney WilkinsonN, Lubbock Coronado (5A) vs. Midland, 2008
T23. 16 – Carlos Laurel, Laredo Alexander (5A) v. Eagle Pass Winn, 2007
T23. 16 – Jarvis Moore, Baytown Lee (5A) vs. Cypress Creek, 2006
T23. 16 – Philip Beck, Crosby (4A) vs. La Marque, 2003
T23. 16 – Andrew Novak, Ennis (4A) vs. Dallas Highland Park, 2003
T23. 16 – Jacob Dyer, Mansfield (5A) vs. Haltom, 1993
T23. 16 – Jeff Venghaus, Spring (5A) vs. Spring Westfield, 1992
T23. 16 – Cedric Taylor, Grand Prairie (5A) vs. Hurst Bell, 1992
T23. 16 – Corey Overstreet, Nederland (4A) vs. Houston King, 1988
T23. 16 – Steve Alaniz, Edinburg (5A) vs. Gregory-Portland, 1984
T23. 16 – Blake Bryant, Dublin (2A) vs. Ranger, 1980
T23. 16 – Mike Coomer, McCamey (3A) vs. Coahoma, 1970

Most Receiving Yards — Single Game
27. 279 – Bobby Losoya, Mission Sharyland (4A) vs. LaFeria, 1993
T28. 278 – Caleb Jones, Austin High (5A) vs. Austin Westlake, 2009
T28. 278 – Omarius Hines, Corsicana (4A) vs. Lancaster, 2006
T28. 278 – Brent Duhon, Port Arthur Jefferson (5A) vs. Vidor, 1980
31. 276 – Jake Oliver, Dallas Jesuit (5A) vs. Coppell, 2011
32. 274 – Ricky Wiggs, Tom Bean (2A) vs. Gunter, 1991

Flower Mound quarterback Marshall Williams completed 28 of 62 passes for 433 yards and five touchdowns during their game against Arlington Martin. The 62 passing attempts places him at #20 on the all-time list.

Most Pass Attempts — Single-Game
1. 75 – Johnny Manziel, Kerrville Tivy vs. San Antonio Madison, 2010
2. 73 – Koy Detmer, Mission vs. Aldine, 1990
3. 72 – Jerry Lopez, Laredo Alexander vs. Corpus Christi Ray, 2007
T4. 71 – Paul Millard, Flower Mound vs. Arlington Martin, 2010
T4. 71 – Tony Eckert, Lumberton vs. Jasper, 2001
6. 70 – Jerry Lopez, Laredo Alexander vs. Corpus Christi Carroll, 2008
7. 69 – Paul Millard, Flower Mound vs. Southlake Carroll, 2009
T8. 68 – Mac Morse, Richardson Pearce vs. Carrollton Newman Smith, 2009
T8. 68 – Scotty Young, Denton Ryan vs. Frenship, 2008
10. 67 – Paul Millard, Flower Mound vs. Coppell, 2009
T11. 66 – Jackson Meyer, Booker vs. West Texas Stinnett, 2009
T11. 66 – D.J. Check, Clint vs. Monahans, 1997
T11. 66 – Drew Tate, Baytown Lee vs. Aldine, 2000
T14. 65 – Paul Millard, Flower Mound vs. Allen, 2010
T14. 65 – Jake Glover, Fort Worth Brewer vs. Saginaw Boswell, 2008
16. 64 – Graham Harrell, Ennis vs. Dallas Highland Park, 2003
T17. 63 – Jerry Lopez, Laredo Alexander vs. Laredo Martin, 2008
T17. 63 – Quentin Thompson, Haltom vs.Southlake Carroll, 2004
T17. 63 – Rudy Kulas, Hurst Bell vs. Arlington Houston, 1993
20. 62 – Marshall Williams, Flower Mound vs. Arlington Martin, 2011

Austin High wide receiver Cayleb Jones had 14 receptions and 283 receiving yards during their game against Round Rock Westwood. The 14 catches ties him for 55th place on the all-time list. For his career, Jones now has 196 catches for 2,690 yards and 18 touchdowns.

Most Receptions — Single Game
T55. 14 – Cayleb Jones, Austin High vs. Round Rock Westwood, 2011
T55. 14 – Hunter Lee, Flower Mound vs. Arlington Martin, 2010
T55. 14 – D.J. Beshears, Denton Ryan vs. Wolfforth Frenship, 2008
T55. 14 – James Logan, Spring Westfield vs. Klein Forest, 2008
T55. 14 – Preston Streight, Corpus Christi Ray vs. San Antonio Warren, 2007
T55. 14 – Logan Lawrence, Lindale vs. Gladewater, 2007

Most Receiving Yards — Single Game
T21. 287 – Jonathon Ellis, Canton (3A) vs. Athens, 2004
T21. 287 – Jeremy Robinson, Palmer (2A) vs. Crandall, 1990
23. 284 – Kenny Harrison, Port Arthur Jefferson (5A) vs. Baytown Sterling, 1989
24. 283 – Cayleb Jones, Austin High (5A) vs. Round Rock Westwood, 2011
25. 282 – Jamie Jackson, Schulenburg (2A) vs. East Bernanrd, 1994
26. 280 – Jerry Wheeler, Vidor (3A) vs. Little Cypress, 1964

Most Receptions — Career
15. 210 – Barry Vannoy, Collinsville, (1A) 1991-1994
T16. 204 – McKay Jacobson, Southlake Carroll, (5A) 2003-2005
T16. 204 – Chad Finch, Sabine Pass, (1A) 1980-1983
T18. 200 – Jaxon Shipley, (Coppell (5A), Brownwood (3A), 2008-2010
T18. 200 – Hunter Lee, Flower Mound (5A), 2009-2010
20. 197 – Brady Brown, Argyle, (3A) 2006-2008
21. 196 – Caleb Jones Austin High (5A) 2009-present
22. 192 – Jarvis Woodson, Ennis, (4A) 2001-2003
23. 180 – Brent Duhon, Port Arthur Jefferson, (5A) 1978-1980
24. 179 – M.J. McFarland, El Paso Eldorado, (5A) 2008-2010
T25. 177 – Blake Cantu, Southlake Carroll, (5A) 2006-2007
T25. 177 – Artie Ellis, Spring Westfield, (5A) 1996-1998

Most Receiving Yards — Career
44. 2,702 – David Nelson, Wichita Falls Rider, 2002-2004
45. 2,693 – Vincent Marshall, Ennis, 2000-2001
46. 2,690 – Cayleb Jones Austin High, 2009-present
47. 2,688 – Chris Brazzell, Alice, 1991-1993
48. 2,680 – Stephen Galindo, Crane, 2004-2005

Austin Lake Travis Wide Receiver Griffin Gilbert now has 130 receptions for 1,922 yards and 22 touchdowns for his career. The 130 receptions is good enough for 115th place on the all-time list.

Most Receptions — Career
T111. 131 – Jordan Hillyer, Somerset, (3A) 2007-2008
T111. 131 – Stoney Patton, Scurry-Rosser, (2A) 2006-2007
T111. 131 – Taylor Sanchez, Bridgeport, (3A) 2004-2005
T111. 131 – Tyler Warren, San Antonio Alamo Heights, (4A) 1999-2001
T115. 130 – Griffin Gilbert, Austin Lake Travis (4A), 2009-present
T115. 130 – Anthony Jenkins, Ennis, (4A) 2002-2003
T117. 129 – Mike Davis, Dallas Skyline (5A), 2008-2009
T117. 129 – Charles West, Killeen, (5A) 1989-1991
T119. 128 – Ryan Smith, Flower Mound Marcus,(5A) 1996-1998
T119. 128 – Derek Stanford, Temple, (5A) 1994-1996

By: Michael Wright
Lone Star Gridiron
www.lonestargridiron.com

Dallas Jesuit Chooses Offensive Coordinator To Replace Wunderlick

2011 Coaching Change: Dallas Jesuit Rangers

Old Head Coach: Bob Wunderlick — Resigned after coaching the Rangers to a 80-68-0 record over the last 14 seasons. He has been coaching at the school for 22 years. The Rangers won three TCIL titles during Wunderlicks first three seasons. After the league disbanded in 1999, Jesuit played four seasons as an independent before the UIL permitted Jesuit and Houston Strake Jesuit into the UIL in 2004. His UIL coaching record is 37-38-0.

New Head Coach: Brandon Hickman — Was the Offensive coordinator. His other coaching stops have been at North Garland and Richardson Pearce.

Team News: The Rangers have an overall 37-38-0 record in UIL play since they joined in 2004.

Click To see all the coaching changes for 2011

By: Michael Wright
Lone Star Gridiron
www.lonestargridiron.com