Texas High School Records 207 Record Book Changes In All — Area Round Playoffs 2013

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2013 Area Round Playoffs Texas High School Football Record Changes

Week 9

* Round Rock Cedar Ridge QB Michael McCann attempted 56 passes vs. Round Rock which puts him in a tie for 76th place all-time.

Week 10

* Corsicana RB Devontay Bell rushed for 370 yards and 5 touchdowns during their victory over Jacksonville. The 370 yards puts him in 133rd place all-time.

* Medina Valley WR Devin Ogden had 13 catches for 302 yards and 3 touchdowns during their victory over Uvalde. The 302 yards puts him in 27th place all-time.

* Burnet WR Blayne Parisher had 10 catches for 232 yards during their game against Lampasas. The 232 yards puts him in a tie for 142nd place all-time.

* Decatur WR Cain Lowe caught 14passes for 237 yards and 6 touchdowns during their victory over Sanger. The 237 yards puts him in a tie for 136th place all-time. The 6 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 3rd place all-time.

Last Week

* Corsicana-Mildred K Devin O’Sullivan finishes his career with 269 career extra points which puts him in 2nd place all-time.

* Bushland QB Taylor Cornelius completed 21 passes on 36 attempts for 341 yards and 7 touchdowns during their victory over Slaton. The 7 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 23rd place all-time.

* Refugio QB Travis Quintanilla completed 22 passes on 24 attempts for 290 yards and 8 touchdowns during their victory over Nixon-Smiley. The 8 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 6th place all-time.

* Booker QB Hunter Lile completed 18 passes on 22 attempts for 428 yards and 7 touchdowns during their victory over Claude. The 7 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 23rd place all-time.

* Hale Center QB Lane Rossi completed 32 of 57 passes for 402 yards and 6 touchdowns during their game against Panhandle. His 32 completions puts him in a tie for 104th place all-time. His 57 attempts puts him in a tie for 65th place all-time.

* Hale Center WR Jason Garcia caught 16 passes for 237 yards and 3 touchdowns during their game against Panhandle. The 16 receptions puts him in a tie for 35th place all-time. The 237 yards puts him in a tie for 136th place all-time.

* Alpine QB Evan Moore finishes his career with 508 completions on 935 attempts for 7,474 yards with 68 touchdowns. His 508 completions puts him in 68th place all-time. His 935 attempts puts him in 26th place all-time. His 7,474 yards puts him in 78th place all-time. His 68 touchdowns has him in a tie for 111th place all-time.

* Round Rock Westwood QB Bear Fenimore finishes his season with 247 completions on 420 attempts for 3,014 yards and 23 touchdowns. His 247 completions puts him in 82nd place all-time.

* Dallas Jesuit QB Bo Schneider threw for 509 yards and 5 touchdowns during their victory over Plano West. The 509 yards puts him in a tie for 50th place all-time.

* Houston Worthing WR Yzerick Oliver had 19 catches for 419 yards during their game against Sweeny. The 19 receptions puts him in a tie for 8th place all-time. The 419 yards puts him in 2nd place all-time.

* Houston Worthing QB Alfred Robertson passed for 529 yards and 7 touchdowns during their game against Sweeny. The 529 yards puts him in 33rd place all-time. The 7 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 23rd place all-time.

* Laredo United QB Derek Esparza completed 25 passes on 34 attempts for 483 yards and 5 touchdowns during their victory over Donna. The 483 yards puts him in a tie for 92nd place all-time.

* Copperas Cove QB Manny Harris ended his season with 280 completions on 457 attempts for 3,775 yards and 38 touchdowns. His 280 completions puts him in a tie for 32nd place all-time. His 3,775 yards puts him in 62nd place all-time. His 38 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 118th place all-time.

* Copperas Cove WR Phillip Baptiste ends his season with 105 receptions for 1,424 yards and 16 touchdowns. The 105 receptions puts him in a tie for 16th place all-time. His 1,424 yards puts him in a tie for 107th place all-time. His 16 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 176th place all-time.

* Lone Oak QB Jake Williams ends his season with 163 completions on 258 attempts for 2,680 yards and 36 touchdowns. His 36 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 163rd place all-time.

* Twenty (20) games made the all-time list for points scored by both teams in a playoff game. Whitehouse 50, Arlington Seguin 44 — Refugio 82, Nixon-Smiley 26 — Hico 77, Kerens 30 — San Antonio Johnson 49, Smithson Valley 45 — Canyon 71, Hereford 21 — Sulphur Springs 66, Denison 42 — Grandview 62, Trinity 29 — San Augustine 49, Joaquin 46 — Garland Sachse 63, Mesquite 56 — San Antonio Warren 48, San Antonio East Central 44 — A&M Consolidated 55, Humble Kingwood 45 — Decatur 62, Carrollton Ranchview 34 — Gainesville 55, Celina 49, 2OT — Rockdale 55, Lorena 36 — Sweeny 54, Houston Worthing 44 — Wharton 59, Yoakum 35 — Pittsburg 54, Wills Point 49 — New Boston 61, Lone Oak 39 — Sonora 67, Ballinger 28 and Seagraves 70, Springlake-Earth 40.

* Celina finishes its season with a 9-2 record. That makes it 27 consecutive years with winning seasons which puts them in a tie for 10th place all-time.

* Cedar Hill WR DeMarkus Lodge had 264 yards and 2 TDs receiving during their victory over Temple. The 264 yards puts him in a tie for 76th place all-time.

* Odessa RB CJ Eddison ran for 384 yards and scored 5 touchdowns during their victory over El Paso Franklin. The 384 yards puts him in a tie for 117th place all-time.

* Huffman Hargrave WR Darion Gray ended his season with 90 catches for 1,072 yards and 12 touchdowns. The 90 receptions puts him in a tie for 75th place all-time. His career totals end with 238 catches for 2,580 yards and 29 touchdowns. His 238 catches puts him in a tie for 10th place all-time. His 2,580 yards puts him in 109th place all-time.

* El Paso Montwood WR Warren Redix finishes his career with 184 receptions for 2,679 yards 20 touchdowns. His 184 catches puts him in 41st place all-time. His 2,679 yards puts him in 87th place all-time.

* Elkhart RB Jeffrey Wilson finished the season with 307 carries for 2,749 and 36 touchdowns rushing. His 2,749 yards puts him in 89th place all-time.

* Wichita Falls Rider WR Davon Allison ended his season with 67 receptions for 1,537 yards and 15 touchdowns. His 1,537 yards puts him in 60th place all-time.

* Teague WR Aaron Mitchell finishes his season with 64 receptions for 1,189 yards and 17 touchdowns. His 17 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 143rd place all-time.

* Round Rock Cedar Ridge QB Michael McCann completed 30 passes vs. Austin Bowie which puts him in a tie for 150th place all-time.

* Port Neches-Groves WR Jeremiah Rose ends his season with 91 receptions for 1,149 yards and 13 touchdowns. The 91 receptions puts him in a tie for 65th place all-time.

This Week

* Humble Summer Creek QB Aaron Sharp completed 16 passes on 31 attempts for 230 yards and 0 touchdowns during their game against Magnolia West. He finishes his career with 568 completions on 905 attempts for 9,210 yards with 92 touchdowns. His 568 completions puts him in 37th place all-time. His 905 attempts puts him in 28th place all-time. His 9,210 yards puts him in 20th place all-time. His 92 touchdowns has him in a tie for 33rd place all-time.

* Austin Westlake finishes its season with a 7-5 record. That makes it 27 consecutive years with winning seasons which puts them in a tie for 10th place all-time.

* Refugio QB Travis Quintanilla completed 12 passes on 26 attempts for 271 yards and 3 touchdowns during their victory over Danbury. For the season, he now has 179 completions on 251 attempts for 3,604 yards and 50 touchdowns. His 3,604 yards puts him in 83rd place all-time. His 50 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 17th place all-time. For his career, he has now completed 565 passes on 811 attempts for 11,508 yards with 159 touchdowns. His 565 completions puts him in a tie for 39th place all-time. His 11,508 yards puts him in 5th place all-time. His 159 touchdowns has him in 2nd place all-time.

* Refugio K Adolfo Cordero kicked 4 extra points during their victory over Danbury. For the season, he now has made 79 extra points. That puts him in 32nd place all-time . For his career, he has now 273 career extra points. That breaks the all-time record.

* Gilmer QB Tanner Barr completed 15 of 24 passes for 183 yards and 3 touchdowns during their victory over Pittsburg. For the season he has completed 197 of 268 passes for 3,057 yards and 36 touchdowns. His 36 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 163rd place all-time.

* Aledo K Chance Nevarez kicked 8 extra points on 8 attempts during their victory over Saginaw Boswell. For the season, he now has made 110 extra points. That breaks the all-time record.. That also makes 187 consecutive extra points made which breaks the all-time record. For his career, he now has made 187 extra points which puts him in 11th place all-time.

* Aledo scored 75 points during their victory over Saginaw Boswell. For the season, they have now scored 833 points which puts them in 3rd place all-time for points scored in a season including playoffs.

* Southlake Carroll K Drew Brown kicked 6 extra points and 1 field goal during their victory over Midland Lee. For the season, he has now made 83 extra points. That puts him in a tie for 22nd place all-time. For his career, he has now 241 career extra points and 34 career field goals. The 241 extra points puts him in 3rd place all-time. His 34 field goals has him in a tie for 14th place all-time.

* Southlake Carroll WR Keaton Duhon caught 1 passes for 19 yards and 0 touchdowns during their victory over Midland Lee. For the season, he now has 94 catches for 688 yards and 8 touchdowns. The 94 receptions puts him in a tie for 47th place all-time.

* Midland Lee QB Caden Coots finishes his career with 243 completions on 374 attempts for 3,418 yards and 34 touchdowns. His 243 completions puts him in a tie for 95th place all-time. His 3,418 yards puts him in 126th place all-time.

* Allen K Carlos Arochi kicked 6 extra points and 0 field goals during their victory over Mesquite Horn. For his career, he has now 230 career extra points and 31 career field goals. The 230 extra points puts him in 4th place all-time. His 31 field goals has him in a tie for 19th place all-time.

* Argyle K Cole Hedlund made 2 field goal during their victory over Melissa. For the season, he now has 21 field goals which puts him in a tie for 2nd place all-time. For his career, he has kicked 55 field goals breaks the all-time record.

* North Richland Hills Birdville RB Xavier Turner had 22 carries for 395 yards and 3 touchdowns during their victory over Crowley. The 395 yards puts him in a tie for 94th place all-time. For the season, he has 262 carries for 2,714 and 49 touchdowns rushing on the season. He has also scored 294 points. His 2,714 yards puts him in 92nd place all-time. The 49 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 15th place all-time. The 294 points puts him in 17th place all-time.

* Garland Sasche QB Kent Myers ends his season with 242 completions on 337 attempts for 3,548 yards and 42 touchdowns on the season. His 242 completions puts him in a tie for 100th place all-time. His 3,548 yards puts him in 95th place all-time. His 42 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 70th place all-time.

* A&M Consolidated QB Kobe Miller completed 22 of 33 passes for 282 yards and 2 touchdowns during their victory over Austin Westlake. For the season he has completed 240 of 337 passes for 3,420 yards and 30 touchdowns. His 242 completions puts him in a tie for 109th place all-time. His 3,420 yards puts him in a tie for 123rd place all-time.

* A&M Consolidated WR Kerry Thomas caught 10 passes for 119 yards and 1 touchdown during their victory over Austin Westlake. For the season he now has 85 catches for 1,251 yards and 14 touchdowns. The 85 receptions puts him in a tie for 118th place all-time.

* Booker WR Jared Reagan caught 15 passes for 147 yards and 3 touchdowns during their victory over Ralls. For the season, he now has 128 catches for 1,598 yards and 17 touchdowns. The 128 receptions puts him in 3rd place all-time. His 1,598 yards puts him in 44th place all-time. His 17 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 143rd place all-time. For his career, he now has 276 catches for 3,265 yards and 35 touchdowns. His 276 catches puts him in 2nd place all-time. His 3,265 yards puts him in 22nd place all-time. His 35 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 53rd place all-time.

* Booker QB Hunter Lile completed 28 passes on 35 attempts for 289 yards and 5 touchdowns during their victory over Ralls. For the season, he now has 266 completions on 385 attempts for 3,496 yards and 37 touchdowns. His 266 completions puts him in a tie for 52nd place all-time. His 3,496 yards puts him in 108th place all-time. His 37 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 139th place all-time. For his career, he has now completed 800 passes on 1,322 attempts for 10,617 yards with 120 touchdowns. His 800 completions puts him in 4th place all-time. His 1,322 attempts puts him in 3rd place all-time. His 10,617 yards puts him in 7th place all-time. His 120 touchdowns has him in 6th place all-time.

* Cameron Yoe QB Jason Kopriva completed 15 of 25 passes for 194 yards and 2 touchdowns during their victory over Aransas Pass. For the season, he now has 166 completions on 247 attempts for 2,351 yards and 39 touchdowns. His 39 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 102nd place all-time. For his career, he now has 564 completions on 889 attempts for 7,394 yards and 100 touchdowns. His 564 completions puts him in a tie for 41st place all-time. His 7,394 yards puts him in 81st place all-time. His 100 touchdowns has him in a tie for 18th place all-time.

* Carthage WR Terian “Tee” Goree caught 3 passes for 121 yards and 1 touchdown during their victory over Navasota. For the season, he now has 69 catches for 1,438 yards and 23 touchdowns. His 1,438 yards puts him in atie for 100th place all-time. His 23 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 26th place all-time. For his career, he now has 136 catches for 2,709 yards and 40 touchdowns. His 2,709 yards puts him in 79th place all-time. His 40 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 36th place all-time.

* Carthage QB Blake Bogenschultz completed 8 of 16 passes for 183 yards and 1 touchdown during their victory over Navasota. For the season, he now has 187 completions on 314 attempts for 3,194 yards and 45 touchdowns. His 45 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 43rd place all-time. For his career, he now has 551 completions on 974 attempts for 8,773 yards and 107 touchdowns. His 551 completions puts him in a tie for 43rd place all-time. His 974 attempts puts him in 24th place all-time. His 8,773 yards puts him in 30th place all-time. His 107 touchdowns has him in a tie for 12th place all-time.

* Kerrville Tivy WR Tyler Ahrens caught 3 passes for 48 yards and 1 touchdown during their game against Cedar Park. He finishes his career with 146 catches for 2,713 yards and 25 touchdowns. His 146 catches puts him in a tie for 132nd place all-time. His 2,713 yards puts him in a tie for 77th place all-time.

* Fort Bend Bush QB Ronald Monroe completed 30 of 38 passes for 495 yards and 5 touchdowns during their game against Manvel. His 30 pass completions puts him in a tie for 150th place all-time. The 495 yards puts him in a tie for 71st place all-time. For the season, he now has 217 completions on 328 attempts for 3,326 yards and 41 touchdowns. His 41 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 82nd place all-time.

* Springtown QB Landry Turner finishes his season with 242 completions on 405 attempts for 2,718 yards and 37 touchdowns. His 242 completions puts him in a tie for 10st place all-time. His 37 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 139th place all-time.

* Wellington QB Klark Ashmore completed 12 of 18 passes for 154 yards and 2 touchdowns during their victory over Sudan. For his career, he has now completed 497 passes on 759 attempts for 6,867 yards with 100 touchdowns. His 497 completions puts him in 75th place all-time. His 6,867 yards puts him in 102nd place all-time. His 100 touchdowns has him in a tie for 18th place all-time.

* Whitehouse QB Patrick Mahomes completed 11 of 26 passes for 204 yards and 2 touchdowns during their victory over Sulphur Springs. For the season, he now has 252 completions on 435 attempts for 4,000 yards and 45 touchdowns. His 252 completions puts him in a tie for 72nd place all-time. His 4,000 yards puts him in 39th place all-time. His 45 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 43rd place all-time. For his career, he now has 482 completions on 843 attempts for 7,837 yards and 91 touchdowns. His 482 completions puts him in a 89th place all-time. His 7,837 yards puts him in 54th place all-time. His 91 touchdowns has him in a tie for 35th place all-time.

* Sulphur Springs RB/WR Willy Ivery scored 1 touchdowns during their game against Whitehouse. He ends his career with 74 total touchdowns which puts him in a tie for 61st place all-time.

* El Paso Chapin QB Seth Gonzalez completed 15 of 23 passes for 203 yards and 2 touchdowns during their game against Amarillo. He finishes his career with 431 completions on 633 attempts for 6,617 yards and 66 touchdowns. His 431 completions puts him in a tie for 129th place all-time. His 7,268 yards puts him in 84th place all-time. His 72 touchdowns has him in a tie for 90th place all-time.

* Bushland QB Taylor Cornelius completed 25 passes on 36 attempts for 262 yards and 1 touchdowns during their victory over Clyde. For the season, he now has 273 completions on 343 attempts for 3,515 yards and 45 touchdowns. His 273 completions puts him in a tie for 39th place all-time. His 3,515 yards puts him in 101st place all-time. His 45 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 43rd place all-time. For his career, he has now completed 710 passes on 1,245 attempts for 8,874 yards with 87 touchdowns. His 710 completions puts him in 8th place all-time. His 1,245 attempts puts him in 4th place all-time. His 8,874 yards puts him in 29th place all-time. His 87 touchdowns has him in 43rd place all-time.

* Canadian QB Ben Arbuckle completed 18 of 22 passes for 208 yards and 4 touchdowns during their victory over Hawley. For his career, he has now completed 522 passes on 759 attempts for 6,941 yards with 89 touchdowns. His 522 completions puts him in a tie for 57th place all-time. His 6,941 yards puts him in a tie for 96th place all-time. His 89 touchdowns has him in a tie for 38th place all-time.

* Stamford WR James Washington catch 5 passes for 137 yards and scored 1 touchdown during their victory over Panhandle. For the season, he now has 52 catches for 927 yards and 17 touchdowns. His 17 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 143rd place all-time. For his career, he has 164 catches for 2,613 yards and 51 touchdowns. His 164 catches puts him in 73rd place all-time. His 2,613 yards puts him in 105th place all-time. His 51 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 5th place all-time.

* Panhandle QB Tyler Hall finishes his career with 592 completions for 9,656 yards with 99 touchdowns His 592 completions puts him in a tie for 24th place all-time. His 9,656 yards puts him in 15th place all-time. His 99 touchdowns has him in a tie for 22nd place all-time.

* Elgin RB Da’Trean Simmons had 372 yards and 6 touchdowns rushing during their win over Crosby. The 372 yards puts him in 132nd place all-time.

* Lorena QB Harris Coleman scored 175 points during the season. That give him 464 for his career which puts him in 73rd place all-time.

* Grandview WR Colby Lee caught 1 passes for 11 yards and scored 0 touchdowns during their game against White Oak. His season ends with 71 catches for 1,283 yards and 17 touchdowns. His 17 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 143rd place all-time. For his career, he now has 182 catches for 2,845 yards and 33 touchdowns. His 182 catches puts him in 42nd place all-time. His 2,845 yards puts him in 58th place all-time. His 33 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 68th place all-time.

* Orange Grove QB Hondo Harris finishes his season with 214 passes completed on 339 attempts for 3,203 yards and 42 touchdowns on the season. His 42 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 70th place all-time.

* Orange Grove WR Matthew Priddy finishes his season with 86 receptions for 1,377 yards and 17 touchdowns. The 86 receptions puts him in a tie for 105th place all-time. His 1,377 yards puts him in a tie for 136th place all-time. His 17 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 143rd place all-time.

* Whitney QB Brett Gilchrist finishes his season with 193 passes completed on 328 attempts for 3,383 yards and 36 touchdowns on the season. His 36 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 163rd place all-time.

* DeSoto QB Desmon White has now completed 209 passes on 307 attempts for 3,420 yards with 36 touchdowns for the season. His 3,420 yards puts him in a tie for 123rd place all-time. His 36 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 163rd place all-time. For his career, he has now completed 449 passes on 695 attempts for 6,941 yards with 70 touchdowns. His 449 completions puts him in 113th place all-time. His 6,941 yards puts him in a tie for 96th place all-time. His 70 touchdowns has him in a tie for 97th place all-time.

* Desoto WR Chris Lacy caught 4 passes for 37 yards and 0 touchdowns during their victory over Coppell. For the season, he now has 58 catches for 1,114 yards and 16 touchdowns. His 16 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 176th place all-time.

* Burnet QB Derek Kiser completed 19 of 27 passes for 392 yards and 3 touchdowns during their victory over Kennedale. For the season, he now has 229 completions on 351 attempts for 3,430 yards and 36 touchdowns. His 3,430 yards puts him in 118th place all-time. His 36 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 163rd place all-time.

* Graham QB Ben Davis completed 16 of 21 passes for 171 yards and 1 touchdown during their victory over Glen Rose. For his career, he has now completed 540 passes on 806 attempts for 7,725 yards with 65 touchdowns. His 540 completions puts him in 51st place all-time. His 7,725 yards puts him in 61st place all-time. His 65 touchdowns has him in a tie for 131st place all-time.

* Kennedale RB Juwan Washington finished the season with 267 carries for 2,441 and 38 touchdowns rushing. His 38 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 73rd place all-time.

* Decatur WR Cain Lowe caught 9 passes for 112 yards and 1 touchdown during their victory over Wilmer-Hutchins. For the season he now has 77 catches for 1,293 yards and 20 touchdowns. His 20 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 68th place all-time.

* Wylie WR Alex Wesley caught 5 passes for 41 yards and 0 touchdowns during their victory over Mansfield Summit. For the season he now has 85 catches for 957 yards and 8 touchdowns. The 85 receptions puts him in a tie for 118th place all-time. For his career, he has 146 catches for 1,526 yards and 13 touchdowns. His 146 catches puts him in a tie for 132nd place all-time.

* Rockwall WR Xavier Castille finishes his season with 84 catches for 1,215 yards and 13 touchdowns. The 84 receptions puts him in a tie for 130th place all-time.

* Six (6) games made the all-time list for points scored by both teams in a playoff game. Wellington 58, Sudan 36 — Corrigan-Camden 62, Hughes Springs 34 — Cuero 51, Geronimo Navarro 44 — Mansfield Legacy 70, McKinney North 49 — Newton 71, Whitney 21 and Rockdale 75, Center 28.

* Bangs QB JT Newton completed 12 passes on 20 attempts for 203 yards and 0 touchdowns during their victory over Denver City. For his career, he has now completed 496 passes on 838 attempts for 6,944 yards with 66 touchdowns. His 496 completions puts him in a tie for 76th place all-time. His 6,944 yards puts him in 95th place all-time. His 66 touchdowns has him in a tie for 127th place all-time.

* Round Rock Cedar Ridge QB Michael McCann finishes his season with 263 passes completed on 421 attempts for 3,386 yards and 31 touchdowns on the season. His 263 completions puts him in 59th place all-time.

* Dallas South Oak Cliff QB Kenneth Arthur has completed 133 passes on 204 attempts for 2,598 yards and 36 touchdowns on the season. His 36 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 163rd place all-time.

* Dallas South Oak Cliff WR Fonzale Davis has caught 67 passes for 1,421 yards and 16 touchdowns on the season. His 1,421 yards puts him in a tie for 111th place all-time. His 16 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 176th place all-time.

* McKinney North RB Ronald Jones has 244 carries for 2,406 yards and 39 touchdowns for the season. His 39 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 65th place all-time.

* Fairfield RB Larry Rose has 150 carries for 2,161 yards and 38 touchdowns for the season. His 38 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 73rd place all-time.

* San Antonio Alamo Heights QB Dalton Banks has 234 competions on 384 attempts for 2,909 yards and 22 touchdowns for the season. His 234 completions puts him in a tie for 135th place all-time.

* Cedar Hill WR Damarkus Lodge has 56 receptions for 1,126 yards and 19 touchdowns for the season. His 19 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 85th place all-time.

by Mike Wright
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Texas High School Records 68 Record Book Changes In All — Week 8 2013

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2013 Week Eight Texas High School Football Record Changes

Last Week

* Two games made the all-time list for poinst scored in a regular season game by both teams. Allen 77, Plano West 37 and Marshall 64, Mount Pleasant 59 all made the list.

* Hempstead WR Deondre Toler had 8 catches for 284 yards and 3 TDs during their victory over Palacios. His 284 yards puts him in 39th place all-time.

This Week

* Booker WR Jared Reagan caught 10 passes for 120 yards and 2 touchdowns during their victory over Wheeler. For the season, he now has 87 catches for 1,136 yards and 12 touchdowns. The 87 receptions puts him in a tie for 91st place all-time. For his career, he now has 235 catches for 2,803 yards and 28 touchdowns. His 235 catches puts him in 8th place all-time. His 2,803 yards puts him in 60th place all-time.

* Booker QB Hunter Lile completed 28 passes on 37 attempts for 343 yards and 4 touchdowns during their victory over Wheeler. For his career, he has now completed 708 passes on 1,188 attempts for 9,362 yards with 103 touchdowns. His 708 completions puts him in a tie for 7th place all-time. His 1,188 attempts puts him in 8th place all-time. His 9,362 yards puts him in 15th place all-time. His 103 touchdowns has him in 12th place all-time.

* Humble Summer Creek QB Aaron Sharp completed 10 passes on 12 attempts for 186 yards and 4 touchdown during their victory over New Caney Porter. For his career, he has now completed 513 passes on 811 attempts for 8,244 yards with 85 touchdowns. His 513 completions puts him in a tie for 59th place all-time. His 8,244 yards puts him in 35th place all-time. His 85 touchdowns has him in a tie for 39th place all-time.

* Allen K Carlos Arochi kicked 7 extra points and 0 field goals during their victory over McKinney Boyd. For his career, he has now 202 career extra points and 31 career field goals. The 202 extra points puts him in 8th place all-time. His 31 field goals has him in a tie for 18th place all-time.

* Southlake Carroll K Drew Brown kicked 7 extra points and 1 field goals during their victory over Keller. For his career, he has now 217 career extra points and 31 career field goals. The 217 extra points puts him in 5th place all-time. His 31 field goals has him in a tie for 18th place all-time.

* Southlake Carroll WR Keaton Duhon caught 9 passes for 72 yards and 0 touchdowns during their victory over Keller. For the season, he now has 85 catches for 561 yards and 7 touchdowns. The 85 receptions puts him in a tie for 113th place all-time.

* Aledo K Chance Nevarez kicked 8 extra points on 8 attempts during their victory over Fort Worth Southwest. That also makes 151 consecutive extra points made which breaks the all-time record. For his career, he now has made 151 extra points which puts him in 24th place all-time.

* Argyle K Cole Hedlund made 3 field goals during their victory over Frisco Lone Star including a 50 yarder. His 50 yard field goal puts him in a tie for 77th place all-time. For his career, he has kicked 47 field goals which puts him in 2nd place all-time.

* Argyle WR Ian Sadler caught 2 passes for 26 yards and scored 0 touchdowns during their victory over Frisco Lone Star. For his career, he now has 137 catches for 2,651 yards and 32 touchdowns. His 2,651 yards puts him in 91st place all-time. His 32 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 77th place all-time

* Corsicana-Mildred K Devin O’Sullivan kicked 2 extra points during their victory over Rice. For his career, he has 259 career extra points which breaks the all-time record.

* Whitehouse QB Patrick Mahomes completed 19 of 30 passes for 256 yards and 2 touchdowns during their victory over Nacogdoches. For his career, he now has 415 completions on 714 attempts for 6,787 yards and 79 touchdowns. His 415 completions puts him in a tie for 147th place all-time. His 6,787 yards puts him in 98th place all-time. His 79 touchdowns has him in a tie for 63rd place all-time.

* Refugio QB Travis Quintanilla completed 16 passes on 25 attempts for 358 yards and 4 touchdowns during their victory over Banquete. For his career, he has now completed 510 passes on 738 attempts for 10,290 yards with 136 touchdowns. His 510 completions puts him in a tie for 63rd place all-time. His 10,290 yards puts him in 7th place all-time. His 136 touchdowns has him in 3rd place all-time.

* Refugio K Adolfo Cordero kicked 7 extra points during their victory over Banquete. For his career, he has now 241 career extra points. That is good enough for 2nd place all-time.

* Bushland QB Taylor Cornelius completed 24 passes on 28 attempts for 416 yards and 5 touchdowns during their victory over Friona. For his career, he has now completed 621 passes on 1,117 attempts for 7,711 yards with 63 touchdowns. His 621 completions puts him in a tie for 19th place all-time. His 1,117 attempts puts him in 13th place all-time. His 7,711 yards puts him in 60th place all-time. His 68 touchdowns has him in a tie for 108th place all-time.

* Cameron Yoe QB Jason Kopriva completed 22 of 31 passes for 263 yards and 5 touchdowns during their victory over Troy. For his career, he now has 520 completions on 820 attempts for 6,804 yards and 87 touchdowns. His 520 completions puts him in a tie for 53rd place all-time. His 6,804 yards puts him in 95th place all-time. His 87 touchdowns has him in a tie for 38th place all-time.

* Canadian QB Ben Arbuckle completed 19 of 23 passes for 311 yards and 5 touchdowns during their victory over Amarillo Boys Ranch. For his career, he has now completed 481 passes on 708 attempts for 6,361 yards with 77 touchdowns. His 481 completions puts him in 83rd place all-time. His 77 touchdowns has him in a tie for 72nd place all-time.

* Canadian WR Boston Hudson caught 6 passes for 96 yards and 2 touchdowns during their victory over Amarillo Boys Ranch. For his career, he now has 153 catches for 2,394 yards and 35 touchdowns. His 153 catches puts him in a tie for 105th place all-time. His 2,394 yards puts him in 144th place all-time. His 35 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 53rd place all-time.

* Wellington QB Klark Ashmore completed 22 of 33 passes for 281 yards and 6 touchdowns during their victory over Shamrock. For his career, he has now completed 464 passes on 725 attempts for 6,581 yards with 94 touchdowns. His 464 completions puts him in a tie for 98th place all-time. His 6,581 yards puts him in 114th place all-time. His 94 touchdowns has him in a tie for 25th place all-time.

* Laredo Alexander QB Aaron Swain completed 12 of 29 passes for 166 yards and 1 touchdown during their victory over Laredo United South. For his career, he has now completed 404 passes on 651 attempts for 5,251 yards with 46 touchdowns. His 404 completions puts him in a tie for 158th place all-time.

* Alpine QB Evan Moore completed 11 passes on 15 attempts for 250 yards and 3 touchdown during their victory over Stanton. For his career, he has now completed 471 passes on 859 attempts for 6,963 yards with 62 touchdowns. His 471 completions puts him in a tie for 90th place all-time. His 6,963 yards puts him in 87th place all-time.

* Bangs QB JT Newton completed 9 passes on 15 attempts for 209 yards and 2 touchdowns during their victory over Comfort. For his career, he has now completed 443 passes on 755 attempts for 5,581 yards with 58 touchdowns. His 443 completions puts him in 116th place all-time.

* Katy won their 46th consecutive regular season game with their victory over Strake Jesuit. That streak was good enough for a tie for 12th place all-time.

* Carthage WR Terian “Tee” Goree caught 7 passes for 122 yards and 0 touchdowns during their victory over Jasper. For the season, he now has 61 catches for 1,165 yards and 19 touchdowns. His 19 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 83rd place all-time. For his career, he now has 127 catches for 2,436 yards and 36 touchdowns. His 2,436 yards puts him in 130th place all-time. His 36 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 47th place all-time.

* Carthage QB Blake Bogenschultz completed 14 of 26 passes for 213 yards and 1 touchdown during their victory over Jasper. For his career, he now has 518 completions on 913 attempts for 8,206 yards and 97 touchdowns. His 518 completions puts him in 54th place all-time. His 913 attempts puts him in 26th place all-time. His 8,206 yards puts him in 38th place all-time. His 97 touchdowns has him in 20th place all-time.

* El Paso Chapin QB Seth Gonzalez completed 12 of 17 passes for 151 yards and 5 touchdowns during their victory over El Paso. For his career, he now has 396 completions on 583 attempts for 6,617 yards and 66 touchdowns. His 396 completions puts him in 166th place all-time. His 6,617 yards puts him in 109th place all-time. His 66 touchdowns has him in a tie for 124th place all-time.

* Kerrville Tivy WR Tyler Ahrens caught 5 passes for 125 yards and 1 touchdown during their victory over Kyle Lehman. For his career, he now has 130 catches for 2,347 yards and 19 touchdowns. His 2,347 yards puts him in 151st place all-time.

* Three games made the all-time list for poinst scored in a regular season game by both teams. Waco Connally 79, China Spring 52 scored 131 total points, Midland 63, Lubbock Coronado 55 scored 118 total points and Grandview 69, Palmer 44 scored 113 total points.

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Texas High School Records 40 Record Book Changes In All — Week 7 2013

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2013 Week SevenTexas High School Football Record Changes

Last Week

* Alice beat Corpus Christi Ray 65-46. Their 111 points puts them them in a tie for 117th place all-time.

This Week

* Argyle K Cole Hedlund made 3 field goals during their victory over Carrollton Ranchview including a 52 yarder. His 52 yard field goal puts him in a tie for 66th place all-time. For his career, he has kicked 44 field goals which puts him in 2nd place all-time.

* Argyle WR Ian Sadler caught 2 passes for 43 yards and scored 0 touchdowns during their victory over Carrollton Ranchview. For his career, he now has 135 catches for 2,625 yards and 32 touchdowns. His 2,625 yards puts him in 98th place all-time. His 32 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 75th place all-time

* Allen K Carlos Arochi kicked 10 extra points and 0 field goals during their victory over Plano West. For his career, he has now 195 career extra points and 31 career field goals. The 195 extra points puts him in 8th place all-time. His 31 field goals has him in a tie for 18th place all-time.

* Southlake Carroll K Drew Brown kicked 9 extra points and 0 field goals during their victory over Justin Northwest. For his career, he has now 210 career extra points and 30 career field goals. The 210 extra points puts him in 7th place all-time. His 30 field goals has him in a tie for 20th place all-time.

* Corsicana-Mildred K Devin O’Sullivan did not kick any extra points during their game against Tolar. For his career, he has 257 career extra points which breaks the all-time record.

* Sunnyvale WR Josh Quinn caught 9 passes for 122 yards and 0 touchdowns during their victory over Van Alstyne. For his career, he now has 167 catches for 2,870 yards and 40 touchdowns. His 167 catches puts him in 64th place all-time. His 2,870 yards puts him in 53rd place all-time. His 40 touchdowns puts him in a tie for 35th place all-time.

* Humble Summer Creek QB Aaron Sharp completed 9 passes on 16 attempts for 136 yards and 1 touchdown during their victory over Humble. For his career, he has now completed 503 passes on 799 attempts for 8,058 yards with 81 touchdowns. His 503 completions puts him in a tie for 64th place all-time. His 8,058 yards puts him in 41st place all-time. His 81 touchdowns has him in a tie for 55th place all-time.

* Whitehouse QB Patrick Mahomes completed 15 of 23 passes for 346 yards and 2 touchdowns during their victory over Jacksonville. For his career, he now has 396 completions on 684 attempts for 6,531 yards and 77 touchdowns. His 396 completions puts him in a tie for 164th place all-time. His 6,531 yards puts him in 115th place all-time. His 77 touchdowns has him in a tie for 71st place all-time.

* Cameron Yoe QB Jason Kopriva completed 7 of 12 passes for 199 yards and 2 touchdowns during their victory over McGregor. For his career, he now has 498 completions on 789 attempts for 6,541 yards and 82 touchdowns. His 498 completions puts him in a tie for 68th place all-time. His 6,541 yards puts him in 113th place all-time. His 82 touchdowns has him in a tie for 49th place all-time.

* Refugio QB Travis Quintanilla completed 11 passes on 13 attempts for 285 yards and 4 touchdowns during their victory over Hebbronville. For his career, he has now completed 494 passes on 713 attempts for 9,932 yards with 132 touchdowns. His 494 completions puts him in 69th place all-time. His 9,932 yards puts him in 11th place all-time. His 132 touchdowns has him in a tie for 3rd place all-time.

* Refugio K Adolfo Cordero kicked 6 extra points during their victory over Hebbronville. For his career, he has now 234 career extra points. That is good enough for 2nd place all-time.

* Canadian QB Ben Arbuckle completed 16 of 22 passes for 270 yards and 4 touchdowns during their victory over Spearman. For his career, he has now completed 462

passes on 685 attempts for 6,050 yards with 72 touchdowns. His 462 completions puts him in a tie for 98th place all-time. His 72 touchdowns has him in a tie for 87th place all-time.

* Bushland QB Taylor Cornelius completed 32 passes on 58 attempts for 480 yards and 3 touchdowns during their victory over Muleshoe. The 32 completions puts him in a tie for 104th place all-time. The 58 attempts puts him in a tie for 51st place all-time. The 480 yards puts him in a tie for 96th place all-time. For his career, he has now completed 597 passes on 1,089 attempts for 7,295 yards with 63 touchdowns. His 597 completions puts him in a tie for 22nd place all-time. His 1,089 attempts puts him in a tie for 13th place all-time. His 7,295 yards puts him in 78th place all-time.

* Alpine QB Evan Moore completed 7 passes on 18 attempts for 132 yards and 1 touchdown during their victory over Reagan County. For his career, he has now completed 460 passes on 844 attempts for 6,713 yards with 59 touchdowns. His 460 completions puts him in 99th place all-time. His 6,713 yards puts him in 101st place all-time.

* Aledo K Chance Nevarez kicked 13 extra points on 13 attempts during their victory over Fort Worth Western Hills. The 13 extra points in the game puts him in a tie for 1st place all-time for made extra points in a game. That also makes 143 consecutive extra points made which breaks the all-time record. For his career, he now has made 143 extra points. The 143 extra points puts him in 25th place all-time.

* Kerrville Tivy WR Tyler Ahrens caught 5 passes for 72 yards and 0 touchdowns during their victory over San Antonio Alamo Heights. For his career, he now has 125 catches for 2,222 yards and 18 touchdowns. His 2,222 yards puts him in 175th place all-time.

* Booker QB Hunter Lile completed 23 passes on 36 attempts for 433 yards and 4 touchdowns during their victory over Amarillo Boys Ranch. For his career, he has now completed 680 passes on 1,151 attempts for 9,019 yards with 99 touchdowns. His 680 completions puts him in a tie for 13th place all-time. His 1,151 attempts puts him in 11th place all-time. His 9,019 yards puts him in 21st place all-time. His 99 touchdowns has him in a tie for 18th place all-time.

* Booker WR Jared Reagan caught 10 passes for 158 yards and 2 touchdowns during their victory over Amarillo Boys Ranch. For his career, he now has 225 catches for 2,683 yards and 26 touchdowns. His 225 catches puts him in 16th place all-time. His 2,683 yards puts him in 81st place all-time.

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2013 LSG Team Preview — Kerrville Tivy Antlers

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Team: Kerrville Tivy Antlers (27-4A)

Colors: Royal Blue/Gold

Enrollment: 1,381 — 6th largest in the district out of 8 schools

Facebook: Go Antlers!!

1st varsity season: 1912

2013 Schedule
8/30 at Del Rio 7:30 PM
9/6 vs San Antonio Madison 7:30 PM
9/12 at Schertz Cibolo Steele 7:00 PM
9/20 Open
9/27 vs Schertz Clemens* 7:30 PM
10/4 at Buda Hays Consolidated* 7:30 PM
10/11 vs Boerne Champion* 7:30 PM
10/18 at San Antonio Alamo Heights* 7:30 PM
10/25 vs Kyle Lehman* 7:30 PM
11/1 vs Seguin* 7:30 PM
11/8 at Lockhart* 7:30 PM

Coach: David Jones (1 Year) 8-4; 46-17-0 all-time coaching record

Returning Lettermen: 26

Returning Starters: Offense: 6 Defense: 6

Key Players:
* WR Tyler Ahrens TOP 30 WR 1st Team All-District 73-1,261 13 TDs receiving
* DL Jesse Hernandez 1st Team All-District
* LB Payeton Becker 1st Team All-District 150 tackles
* OL Hunter Miears 2nd Team All-District
* DL Bryan Mejia 2nd Team All-District
* LB J.T. White 2nd Team All-District 76 tackles
* DB/P Billy Field 2nd Team All-District
* WR Tristan Smith
* OL Daniel Lacy
* OL Bret Hill
* DB Connor Gawryszewski

Notes:
* 6 consecutive 8+ win seasons
* 12 winning seasons in last 13
* LSG Pre-Season Ranking

  • Mike Says: The Antlers will need a QB to step in and be able to get the ball to WR Ahrens in order for the offense to click this year. Another 8+ win season is in their sites. Great pre-district matchups with 5A powers Cibolo Steele and San Antonio Madison will toughen them up. Once in district, it will be between them and Alamo Heights and then one or two rounds into the playoffs.
  • Chris Says: Kerrville Tivy has been a quality program for years and should have another winning season in District 27-4A.  If they can do well in pre-district, the Antlers could walk away with 9 wins or better.  Expect Coach Jones to build on what he started last season in Kerrville and work hard to get them to double-digits in the “W” column. 

Last Years Record:  Overall 8-4 District 6-1

2012 Games:
vs Del Rio (10-3) (W 41-14)
at San Antonio Madison (11-3) (L 14-44)
vs Schertz Cibolo Steele (14-1) (L 17-56)
at Schertz Clemens (0-10)* (W 34-13)
vs Buda Hays Consolidated (10-2)* (W 31-10)
at Boerne Champion (5-6)* (W 27-14)
vs San Antonio Alamo Heights (8-3)* (L 24-31)
at Kyle Lehman (2-8)* (W 62-7)
at Seguin (4-6)* (W 35-20)
vs Lockhart (6-4)* (W 62-38)

Playoffs: Division II Area
vs San Antonio Jefferson (5-6) (SA’s Alamo) (W 63-28) Bi-District
vs Cedar Park (14-2) (San Marcos) (L 22-36) Area

History:
* 3-2 all-time vs. Schertz Cibolo Steele
* 6-4 vs. New Braunfels Canyon since 1996
* 16 consecutive playoff appearances
* all time record: 549-378-31 58.93% 958 games
* Playoff Appearances (28)
1928,1936,1938,1964,1969,1978,1980,1981,1987,1988,1990,1994
1997,1998,1999,2000,2001,2002,2003,2004,2005,2006,2007,2008
2009,2010,2011,2012

Championship History: No Championship Games

Last 5 year record: 50-17

Last 10 year record: 88-36

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San Antonio Roosevelt Lures Carroll Away From Waco University

2013 Coaching Change: San Antonio Roosevelt Rough Riders

Old Head Coach: Neal La Hue — Leaving for 4A Buda Hays Consolidated. He led the Rough Riders to a 42-33 record in 7 seasons. His only other head coaching position was at Kerrville Tivy where he went 34-23 from 1997-2001. He started out coaching as an assistant at Texas A&M University in Kingsville. He also was an assistant at Corpus Christi Calallen, Seguin and Austin Westlake.

New Head Coach: Matt Carroll — From 4A Waco University where he led the Trojans to a 20-32 record over the past 5 seasons. Before taking over the Trojans, he was an assistant with San Antonio Reagan.

Team News: The Rough Riders went from 2 wins in 2011 to 9 in 2012.

Coaching changes for 2013.

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Kerrville Tivy celebrated their 950th all-time game during their 34-13 victory over Schertz Clemens

2012 LSG Team Preview — Kerrville Tivy Antlers

2012 LSG Texas High School Football Team Preview — Kerrville Tivy Antlers

Team: Kerrville Tivy Antlers (27-4A)

Colors: Royal Blue/Gold

Enrollment: 1,381 — 6th largest in the district out of 8 schools

2012 Schedule:
Del Rio
@ San Antonio Madison
Cibolo Steele
@ Schertz Clemens **
Buda Hays Consolidated **
@ Boerne Champion **
San Antonio Alamo Heights **
@ Kyle Lehman **
@ Seguin **
Lockhart **

Coach: David Jones (1st Year); 38-13-0 all-time coaching record

Mark Smith Leaves For Convese Judson

Returning Lettermen: 22

Returning Starters: Offense: 5 Defense: 4

Key Players:
* QB Parks McNeil Honorable Mention All-State (TSWA) 2,520 yards 26 TDS passing 1,662 yards 22 TDS rushing
* WR Tyler Ahrens 30 catches 579 yards receiving
* OL Madison Wilmot
* OL Brian McCarty
* OL Hunter Miears
* DL Jesse Hernandez
* LB Payeton Becker 95 tackles
* DB Josh Appel
* DB Billy Field

Notes:
* Are under new leadership this year with David Jones coming over from Cypress Woods

  • Mike Says: The Antlers welcome new coach Jones. He should fit right in and continue the Antlers success. They have made the Quarterfinals 3 of the last 4 seasons. The defense is starting over this year but will be one of the favorites in Region IV Division II. Quarterback McNeil will be a good one after producing over 4,200 yards of offense last year. Last year they won all of their games by an average of 14 points per game. Look for them to continue their success and finish the regular season with a 8-2 or 7-3 season. Their pre-district games against San Antonio Madison and Cibolo Steele will be fun games to watch. They will go Division II in the playoffs and a rematch with Corpus Christi Calallen (Calallen won 45-15 last year) looks to be a good bet again in the Quarterfinals.
  • Chris Says: Kerrville Tivy has absolutely shone in the last ten years and this year will be another good one.  Coach David Jones inherits a quality team in a good program.  He inherits a solid quarterback in Parks McNeil who will light up the field again this year behind a solid offensive line of Hernandez, Wilmot and Miears.  Payeton Becker will anchor the defense and once they lock down the District 27-4A title, expect the Antlers to have another long playoff run to the Quarters or Semis.

Last Years Record: 11-3 overall 6-0 District

2011 Games:
at Fredericksburg (2-8) (W 46-0)
vs San Antonio Madison (10-5) (W 48-7)
at Schertz Cibolo Steele (15-1) (L 26-38)
vs Lake Travis (16-0) (L 14-56)
at Uvalde (4-6)* (W 54-7)
vs San Antonio McCollum (8-3)* (W 28-0)
at San Antonio Brennan (7-4)* (W 37-31)
vs Castroville Medina Valley (3-7)* (W 53-13)
at San Antonio Harlandale (3-7)* (W 35-17)
vs Boerne Champion (5-6)* (W 45-20)

Playoffs: Division II Quarterfinals
vs New Braunfels Canyon (7-4) (at Kerrville) (W 41-22) Bi-District
vs Austin Vandegrift (8-4) (at Converse) (W 21-16) Area
vs Port Lavaca Calhoun (12-1) (at Alamodome) (W 50-43) Regionals
vs CC Calallen (13-2) (at SA Comalander) (L 15-45) Quarterfinals

Their Regional game vs. Port Lavaca Calhoun ranks #20 in our 2011 Games Of The Year

History:
* 5 consecutive 9+ win seasons
* 11 winning seasons in last 12
* 3-1 all-time vs. Schertz Cibolo Steele
* 15 consecutive playoff appearances
* all time record: 541-374-31 58.83% 946 games
* Playoff Appearances (27)
1928,1936,1938,1964,1969,1978,1980,1981,1987,1988,1990,1994,1997,1998,1999,2000,2001,2002
2003,2004,2005,2006,2007,2008,2009,2010,2011

Championship History: No Championship Games

Last 5 year record: 52-15

Last 10 year record: 93-33

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LSG’s 2011 Games Of The Year #16-#20

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Once again, we went through more than 200 finalists when choosing our top 25 and once again, it was tough to decide. You’ll remember from our show that breaks down some of the “Games that Didn’t Make the Cut,” that there were many great games that didn’t make it into this Top 25.

Last time we looked at games #21-25
In this second installment, we look at games #16-20

#20 (Kerrville Tivy – 50, Port Lavaca Calhoun – 43)

Kerrville Tivy scored a touchdown with 24 second left in the game to beat Port Lavaca Calhoun 50-43 in their Class 4A Division II third round game at the Alamodome.

Tivy led this game 42-28 with just over 11 minutes remaining but the Sandcrabs were not about to give up. They scored 2 touchdowns with the last coming with 1:33 left in the game. That last score made it 42-41 Tivy. Calhoun coach Richard Whittaker gambled and went for 2. The gamble paid off and the Sandcrabs took the lead 43-42. However, Tivy responded with a 54 yard drive and a 2 point conversion.

The teams combined for 1,238 total yards with the Antlers getting their yardage in the air (336 yards) and the Sandcrabs getting theirs on the ground (507 yards). Tivy quarterback Parks McNeil added 216 yards rushing and 4 touchdowns to go along with his 336 yards passing. The Sandcrabs 3 1000 yard rushers all had great nights. Brandon Griffith ran for 218 yards and 3 TDs, Joseph Bargas ran for 172 yards and 2 scores and Daniel Brooks ran for 185 yards and had an interception on defense.

#19 (Dallas Skyline – 35, The Woodlands – 31)

A lot of people around the state called this win by the Dallas Skyline Raiders a “shocker” or a “surprise.”  That isn’t how the diehard Dallas Skyline fans felt.  They had seen them carve out an amazing season with wins over several teams there weren’t supposed to beat – this was another day at the office for them.  The Dallas Skyline Raiders came from behind to win this Class 5A Division I playoff game.

The Woodlands Highlanders built a sizable 17-7 lead and appeared to have this one in hand.  They led this one 31-21 entering the 4th quarter but they couldn’t seem to put Skyline away.  No matter how much pressure the Highlanders defense applied, Skyline seemed to stay alive.

In a season that has been made up of big plays for Skyline, they had to rely on ball control drives and more than a few lucky breaks.  In the end though, it was the Raiders’ defense that held off The Woodlands on their final drive to seal the victory.

#18 (Dallas Jefferson – 19, Fort Worth Diamond Hill-Jarvis – 16)

There are times when simply getting a win is a big deal.  Yeah, half the teams in the state get a win every single week, but sometimes they are long in coming.  Dallas Jefferson got their first win in 37 tries with a 19-16 win over Fort Worth Diamond Hill-Jarvis to end their 36 game losing streak.

The game was close as many of Jefferson’s losses had been, but this time they came out on top.  The fact that fans were still in the stands rooting on their team is testament to how important high school football is in Texas.  For that reason, it is great when you see a streak like this end.  Congratulations!

#17 (Hemphill – 77, West Sabine – 56)

This games was a showcase of offensive talent.  If you like to see scores, this was the game for you.    The 133 points scored by the two teams also makes it into the record books allowing it to tie for 3rd place on the all-time list for Combined Points In A Regular Season Game.

In addition to teams prowess, the game featured an absolute clinic by Hemphill’s sophomore quarterback, Justin Twine.  He ran for the second most yards in Texas high school history.  Twine had 21 carries for an amazing 534 yards and 6 touchdowns.  That puts him at #2 on the all-time list for rushing yards in a game.

#16 (Shallowater – 28, Snyder – 27) Double Overtime

The game was tied at 21 all at the end of regulation. On the final play, Snyder connected on a long 46 yard pass but the receiver was tackled inches from the goal line. After a scoreless overtime session, Shallowater scored in their half of the second OT kicking the extra point to go up 28-27. Snyder responded with a score of their own and coach Chad Rogers made the call that looks brilliant when it works and has you slapping your forehead when it doesn’t – he went for two.  Superstar Snyder QB Keenon Ward was stopped short on a run and Shallowater made a surprise advance to the Quarterfinals.

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Cypress Woods Brings Over Cypress Creek Defensive Coordinator

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2012 Coaching Change: Cypress Woods Wildcats

Old Head Coach: David Jones — Leaving for 4A Kerrville Tivy. He led the Wildcats over the last 4 years to an overall 38-13 record. He has been the only head coach in the Wildcats 4 year history.

New Head Coach: Trent Faith — Has been the defensive coordinator and assistant at Cypress Creek for the past 10 years.

Team News: The Wildcats have had 8+ wins in each of its first 4 varsity seasons. They will be staying in District 17-5A with the last UIL re-alignment. The other schools in the district will be Cypress Creek, Cypress Fairbanks, Cypress Falls, Cypress Lakes, Cypress Ranch, Cypress Ridge, Cypress Springs, Jersey Village and Langham Creek.

Coaching changes for 2012.

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Kerrville Tivy Brings In Jones From Cypress Woods

2012 Coaching Change: Kerrville Tivy Antlers

Old Head Coach: Mark Smith — Leaving for 5A Converse Judson. He led the Antlers to a 93-33-0 record over the last 10 years. Coach Smith was the defensive coordinator at Tivy 3 years before taking over as head coach.

New Head Coach: David Jones — From 5A Cypress Woods where he has led the Wildcats over the last 4 years to an overall 38-13 record. He has been the only head coach in the Wildcats 4 year history.

Team News: The Antlers have had 5 consecutive 9+ win seasons. They will moved to District 27-4A with the last UIL re-alignment. The other schools in the district will be Boerne Champion, Buda Hays Consolidated, Kyle Lehman, Lockhart, San Antonio Alamo Heights, Schertz Clemens and Seguin.

Coaching changes for 2012.

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