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  1. Nothing worse after a loss than going through the line. Hearing the opposing cheerleaders saying hot, hot, hot to the guys in front of you, they finally get to you and they say not. Gut wrenching.
    6 points
  2. GAME DAY PAGE: https://www.marshallmavericks.net/gameday Some stats Some history Enjoy!
    3 points
  3. Back in the Mesozoic Era, Kirt and Retired made quite the backfield.
    3 points
  4. Biggest surprise for me through two weeks has been Argyle's hard fall from the top tier. Granted, the Eagles have played some really really good teams so far, but neither of those games has been remotely close or competitive. Maybe it's an actual (albeit rare) rebuilding year for Argyle, who typically just reloads. But the Eagles are going to need to take some BIG leaps to be competitive this season. And that in and of itself is pretty surprising, because Argyle has been so steady and consistent since about 2010.
    3 points
  5. Yes they will. Unless you get the base who looks like the love child of Nate Newton and Roseanne Barr, chewing on a turkey leg calling you hot stuff, slipping you her number on a foot long receipt from the concession stand. Been married to that chick for 20 years. Even framed the receipt.
    3 points
  6. They couldn't run the ball against us at all ... it wasn't as close as the score ....
    2 points
  7. 9T1 is the levelheaded poster. At least he isn't saying we gonn we drummed or don't have chance; Athletes on both sides, should be fireworks like you stated before
    2 points
  8. Gotta have a quality opponent and someone who is willing to play... I think Carthage and Chapel Hill should schedule a home & home personally
    2 points
  9. If they agree to come to Carthage both years I can't imagine why Surratt wouldnt consider it again
    2 points
  10. I believe so too I think last year if we didn’t screw ourselves over in newton we could have made it to the semi easily, but we will see how it turns out this year once we get into the fun part cold weather and playoffs, Friday can’t get here fast enough
    2 points
  11. Yea two more rounds than Daingerfield, I hope they win it all I don’t mind cheering for other East texas teams as long as they are not playing Daingerfield, oh (Hughes Springs)I won’t cheer for them no matter what lol
    2 points
  12. We are just for equal justice, not the dnc two tiered justice system
    2 points
  13. Had a feeling that FearTheMullet would do fine this year.
    2 points
  14. Coach Whitaker is doing a good job with what he can at NL, kids have bought in. District will be tough but they are no pushover like they have been in past few years. NL will win 30+ in this one. Bonham in for a very long season.
    2 points
  15. I’ll say this, I don’t like A&M and OU, but my hate for Tech is unmatched. I’ve listened to their fan base and Joey McGuire run their mouth all off-season about Texas this and Texas that, so watching them lose to Wyoming was so so sweet. The most mediocre program in college football history.
    2 points
  16. Hilarious. He did look a LOT more relaxed and confident during and after the game. Like he can trust his OC and he can do head coach stuff.
    2 points
  17. Fourth?!!!! Gimme a break! We played a D-II program. Tap the brakes, On3.
    2 points
  18. I would say let play a few for Henderson. Granted they’re better performing and have a lot of heart. Lions have a difficult stretch. Marshall and Whitehouse. District they must overcome Lindale and maybe Kilgore to consider them back. Palestine, Jax , Athens are definitely must wins.
    2 points
  19. Plugs is the most corrupt man to ever set foot in the White House .....
    2 points
  20. Just be thankful they can even shake hands now. During the height of the Covid stupidity, they would play a game. Blood, sweat and tears all over each other but couldn’t line up to shake hands. Might spread a virus! man we sure were treated like stupid people
    2 points
  21. Lol please tell me it’s a 6A???
    2 points
  22. Tyler high is 2-0 for the first time in awhile and I hope Tyler can keep this going!! I do think this will be hardest of the three preseason games. I think this will be close and Tyler will get to 3-0 for the first time since 2016. This is first time we started 2-0 since 2017. Beat Horn!!
    1 point
  23. The Joaquin Rams will not have to travel very far this week as they search for their first win of the 2023 season. 12 miles separate Joaquin and Tenaha high schools. The Tigers are riding high, having knocked off two of the Rams’ District 11 AA D1 competitors in San Augustine (1-1) and West Sabine (1-1) to get to 2-0. The Tigers haven’t won this rivalry game since 2017, when they executed multiple laterals on a last second kickoff return to score a TD as the clock expired. The Rams haven’t played at The Pit since they kicked a go-ahead field goal with less than two minutes left, then picked off a Tiger pass to seal the win in 2018. Tenaha Head Coach Terry Ward is in his second season of his return, sporting a 5-2 record vs Joaquin. Rams Head Coach Wade Lawson is currently 4-2 vs the Tigers. The teams did not play each other in 2020-2021. Can the Rams right the ship? Are the Tigers back to their dominant ways?
    1 point
  24. Come Friday and you'll see for yourself
    1 point
  25. Cayuga Deweyville Chester Garrison Woodville Apple Springs Kirbyville Kountze Bremond Groveton Tenaha Lovelady San Augustine Shelbyville Timpson Hemphill Franklin Tarkington Livingston Aquilla Quitman Harleton Elkhart Columbus Waskom
    1 point
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  27. Hooks is more physical. Hornets by a touchdown or so.
    1 point
  28. I consider Alto to be young and reloading. They have a hill to climb, but are scrappy. Pulling for y'all Stingem.
    1 point
  29. Transfer portal is rocking!
    1 point
  30. I don’t understand why so many people get up in arms about the seating. For starters, Texas isn’t the only team that does this, clearly. Secondly, this is why it’s called, Home Field ‘Advantage’. It’s not a neutral site game. They aren’t obligated to make accommodations for the visitors.
    1 point
  31. While I haven't seen Haynes play this season, I tend to agree. My description of aTm offense last year was "pedestrian." It wasn't just the QB.
    1 point
  32. Hard to believe Alto and San Augustine didn't play during the 60s and 70s ... Garrison played both teams 1968 - 1971, they were both in our district I believe ...
    1 point
  33. It wasn’t Haynes man. None of the A&M QBs looked good last year. This year Haynes looks so much better. As does Weigman.
    1 point
  34. Week 2 "Players of the Week": Overall: J’Koby Williams, ATH, Beckville, 11-carries for 177-yards, 1-TD, 4-5 passing for 121-yards, 3-TD’s, 2-PR for 105-yards, 1-TD (83), W/Joaquin 60-28. Offense: Peyton Harrison, Jr., QB, Atlanta, 15-21 passing for 477-yards, 7-TD’s, and 7-2XP completions, 8-carries for 61-yards, 1-TD, W/Redwater 68-38. Defense: Kash Fletcher, Overton, 6-Tackles, 4-TFL, 3-Sacks, 3-QBP, 1-PBU, W/All Saints. Special Teams: Leo Yzaguirre, K, Kilgore, 3-3 XP’s, 1-FG (37) with :08 remaining to win the game, 5-punts for 27.5-average, W/Gilmer 24-23. Central Texas: Overall: Kobe Black, Sr., S/WR, Connally, 11-Tackles (5-Solo), 1-KR for 35-yards, 1-PR for 2-yards, 4-carries for 117-yards, 1-TD, 1-catch for 21-yards, W/La Vega 48-40. Offense: Kiefer Sibley, Sr., RB, Connally, 27-carries for 356-yards, 6-TD’s, 4-Tackles, W/La Vega 48-40. Defense: David Haynes III, Sr., LB, Hillsboro, 22-Tackles, 3-TFL, 1-Defensive TD, W/Hillsboro 21-20. Special Teams: Stephen Payan, Sr., K/P, Madisonville, 1-FG (19), 3-3 XP’s, 5-punts for 30.0-average, 2-Inside 20, 2-Touchbacks, W/Navasota 26-16. ===== East Texas: Offense: Edwin Alvarado, Soph., QB, Frost, 10-14 passing for 151-yards, 3-TD’s, 6-carries for 34-yards, 1-TD, W/Sabine Pass 55-0. Kaegan Ash, RB, Mount Enterprise, 9-carries for 192-yards, 3-TD’s, 4-2XP, W/West Hardin 64-14. Gekyle Baker, Sr., WR, Brownsboro, 7-catches for 184-yards, 2-TD’s, 4-Tackles, 1-Interception, W/Fairfield 34-27. Brady Bannister, Sr., QB/RB/REC/FS, Edgewood, 16-carries for 123-yards, 3-TD's, 2-catches for 131-yards, 1-TD, 2-4 passing for 21-yards, 6-Tackles, 1-PBU, W/Rains 45-8. Brady Barrier, QB, Rusk, 16-30 passing for 312-yards, 3-TD’s, 6-carries for 20-yards, W/Crockett 52-9. Dylan Bennett, WR, Mount Pleasant, 5-catches for 154-yards, 2-TD’s, W/Sulphur Springs. Ja’Cayden Bolden, RB, Hallsville, 25-carries for 253yards, 2-TD’s, W/Henderson. M.J. Cates, QB, Pine Tree, 9-17 passing for 210-yards, 3-TD’s, 13-carries for 220-yards, 2-TD’s, W/Lindale. Kaymon Davis, RB, Frankston, 12-carries for 173-yards, 1-TD, W/Huntington. Trae Davis, Sr., WR, Troup, 4-catches for 145-yards, 2-TD’s, 4-carries for 28-yards, 1-1 passing for 67-yards, 1-TD, W/Carlisle 52-15. Taydrick Dawson, Sr., RB, Paris, 11-carries for 140-yards, 1-TD, W/Liberty-Eylau 30-0. Kaden Dixon, RB, Center, 19-carries for 337-yards, 4-TD’s, W/Spring Hill 66-20. Nate Espy, RB/DB, Waskom, 23-carries for 133-yards, 2-TD’s, 13-Tackles, 2-TFL, 1-FR, 1-PBU, W/Paul Pewitt. Kyler Finney, Sr., QB, Winnsboro, 22-32 passing for 257-yards, 4-TD’s, W/Canton 52-14. J.J. Garner, QB, Timpson, 22-carries for 178-yards, 2-TD’s, 1-Passing TD, W/Jefferson 48-29. Josh Green, QB, Whitehouse, 18-carries for 116-yards, 2-TD’s, 146-yards passing, 1-TD, W/Jacksonville 51-19. Jerrion Hall, Soph., RB, Malakoff, 5-carries for 148-yards, 2-TD’s, 5-Tackles, 1-TFL, 1-Interception, 2-PBU, W/Grandview. Peyton Harrison, Jr., QB, Atlanta, 15-21 passing for 477-yards, 7-TD’s, and 7-2XP completions, 8-carries for 61-yards, 1-TD, W/Redwater 68-38. Grayson Hearon, Sr., QB, Troup, 12-18 passing for 219-yards, 4-TD’s, W/Carlisle 52-15. Vosky Howard, Timpson, 10-carries for 180-yards, 3-TD’s, W/Jefferson 48-29. Noah Hutchison, Sr., WR/FS, Blooming Grove, 14-carries for 62-yards, 2-TD’s, 4-catches for 56-yards, 118-return yards, 5-Tackles, 1-Interception to seal the victory, W/Kemp 25-14. Cole Jackson, Jr. RB/LB, West Rusk, 17-carries for 120-yards, 3-TD’s, 18-Tackles, 1-FR, 1-Sack, 1-QBP, 1-Interception for 2-XP, W/Sabine 51-31. Tyson Jenkins, WR, Harmony, 4-catches for 182-yards, 3-TD’s, 1-Passing TD, 1-Rushing TD, W/White Oak 73-32. Ahkari Johnson, QB, Pleasant Grove, 16-21 passing for 199-yards, 2-TD’s, 13-carries for 82-yards, 1-TD, W/Shreveport Byrd. Cameron Johnson, WR, Harleton, 9-catches for 162-yards, 1-TD, W/Rivercrest 43-38. Chase Johnson, QB, Daingerfield, 15-21 passing for 245-yards, 4-TD’s, 43-yards rushing, 1-TD, W/Tatum 34-17. Dejuan Johnson, QB, New Diana, 142-yards passing, 1-TD, 103-yards, 2-TD’s, W/Maud. Javari Johnson, RB, Texas High, 15-carries for 165-yards, 1-TD, W/Colleyville Heritage. Tyson Johnson, Jr., RB, Winnsboro, 17-carries for 128-yards, 2-TD’s, W/Canton 52-14. Jamari Manning, Sr., RB/S, Athens, 17-carries for 223-yards, 3-TD”s, 1-catch for 12-yards, 1-Interception on defense, W/Waxahachie Life 49-28. Nehemiah Massey, Jr., RB/LB, Kerens, 18-carries for 73-yards, 3-catches for 100-yards, 2-TD’s, 4-Tackles, 1-TFL, 1-Intercepton, Massey came up with a crucial catch on a 4th-down to seal the game, W/Bremond 27-26. Mason McMinn, QB, Mount Pleasant, 19-27 passing for 281-yardsm 3-TD’s, 48-yards rushing, 2-TD’s, W/Sulphur Springs. Noah Murphy, Sr., RB/LB, West Rusk, 26-carries for 251-yards, 4-TD’s, 7-Tackles, 1-TFL, 1-CF, W/Sabine 51-31. David J. Porter, QB, Texas High, 18-31 passing for 288-yards, 3-TD’s, W/Colleyville Heritage. Omarion Rasberry, Sr., RB/FS, Garrison, 15-carries for 175-yards, 3-TD’s, 1-catch for 16-yards, W/Arp 48-20. Jayden Riley, Soph., WR, Atlanta, 7-catches for 316-yards, 4-TD’s, W/Redwater 68-38. Draven Ring, RB, Harleton, 19-carries for 179-yards, 2-TD’s, W/Rivercrest 43-38. Derek Roberts, WR, Hallsville, 4-catches for 151-yards, 1-TD, W/Henderson. Boston Seahorn, QB, Harmony, 16-20 passing for 357-yards, 4-TD’s, 37-yards rushing, 1-TD, W/White Oak 73-32. Amarion Simon-Jones, WR, Daingerfield, 6-catches for 149-yards, 3-TD’s, W/Tatum 34-17. Rickey Stewart, Jr., RB, Chapel Hill, 19-carries for 195-yards, 4-TD’s, W/Van 50-28. Jett Surratt, QB, Carthage, 21-26 passing for 251-yards, 5-TD’s all in first half, W/Pittsburg 42-7. Taylor Tatum, RB, Longview, 12-carries for 128-yards, 2-TD’s, W/Marshall 48-7. Jordan Taylor, WR, Pine Tree, 6-catches for 138-yards, 2-TD’s, W/Lindale. Bryon Thomas, Sr., RB/CB, Groveton, 14-carries for 121-yards, 3-TD’s, 3-catches for 46-yards, 1-2 passing for 35-yards, 5-Tackles, W/Trinity 55-8. Adam Thompson, Soph., 14-23 passing for 348-yards, 3-TD’s, W/Fairfield 34-27. Clint Thurman, QB, Lindale, 12-31 passing for 205-yards, 1-TD, 17-carries for 191-yards, 2-TD’s, L/Pine Tree. Grant Turner, Sr., RB, Grace Community, 17-carries for 168-yards, 5-TD’s, 3-catches for 94-yards, 2-TD’s, W/Wills Point 62-7. Carson Wallace, QB, Harleton, 16-28 passing for 220-yards, 3-TD’s, W/Rivercrest 43-38. Bryce Wallum, Jr., WR, Troup, 3-catches for 106-yards, 2-TD’s, 4-carries for 55-yards, 1-TD, W/Carlisle 52-15. Quasy Warren, RB, Bullard, 16-carries for 167-yards, 3-TD’s, W/Caddo Mills 38-28. Brendan Webb, WR, Gilmer, 7-catches for 131-yards, 2-carries for 92-yards, 1-TD (70), 1-Interception, L/Kilgore 24-23. Brett Wells, Fr.,, RB, Troup, 20-carries for 166-yards, W/Carlisle 52-15. Keyshawn Wells, RB, Hooks, 30-carries for 157-yards, 3-TD's, W/Cooper 26-19. Will Wilcox, Sr., WR, Winnsboro, 7-catches for 128-yards, 3-TD’s, W/Canton 52-14. Lance Willburn, WR, Center,7-catches for 144-yards, 3-TD’s, W/Spring Hill 66-20. Derrick Williams, QB, Kilgore, 17-31 passing for 234-yards, 1-TD, 47-yards rushing, W/Gilmer 24-23. Kamran Williams, RB, Jefferson, 24-carries for 167-yards, 2-TD’s, L/Timpson. J’Koby Williams, ATH, Beckville, 11-carries for 177-yards, 1-TD, 4-5 passing for 121-yards, 3-TD’s, 2-PR for 105-yards, 1-TD (83), W/Joaquin 60-28. Dawson Witherspoon, Soph., RB, Mount Vernon, 38-carries for 240-yards, 6-TD’s (school record), 4-catches for 41-yards, W/Gladewater 42-26. Defense: Tanner Ackerman, Sr., LB, Brownsboro, 15-Tackles (3-Solo), 2-TFL, W/Fairfield 34-27. Moises Agundiz, Waskom, 6-Tackles, 1-Interception for TD (47), W/Paul Pewitt. Logan Baker, Hooks, 12-Tackles, 1-Sack, 5-TFL, W/Cooper 26-19. Ripken Birdwell, Hooks, 13-Tackles, 1-Sack, 3-TFL, W/Cooper 26-19. Calan Castles, Sr., LB, Beckville, 21-Tackles (11-Solo), 1-TFL, W/Joaquin 60-28. Jaborian Cook, Jr., LB, Chapel Hill, 8-Tackles, 1-Interception, W/Van 50-28. Jasper Crain, Hooks, 14-Tackles, 2-TFL, W/Cooper 26-19. Cooper Curl, Jr., LB/RB, Frost, 6-Tackles, 1-TFL, 1-Sack, 3-QBP, 1-CF, 1-FR, 3-carries for 27-yards, 1-TD, 1-catch for 37-yards, 1-TD, W/Sabine Pass 55-0. Kash Fletcher, Overton, 6-Tackles, 4-TFL, 3-Sacks, 3-QBP, 1-PBU, W/All Saints. Blanton Hale, Hallsville, 15-Tackles, 1-Sack, W/Henderson. Chris Hernandez, Waskom, 14-Tackles, 1-TFL, 1-F, 1-FR, W/Paul Pewitt. Tucker Howell, Sr., LB, Troup, 8-Tackles, 1-FR, W/Carlisle 52-15. Jack Hustead, Malakoff, 9-Tackles, 2-Interceptions, 1-TD, W/Grandview. Shane Jasper, Jr., Jr., LB, Troup, 12-Tackles, 1-TFL, 2-CF, 1-FR, W/Carlisle 52-15. Kendrick Jones, Sr., DB, Crandall, 12-Tackles, 1-TFL, 4-PBU, 1-CF, 1-FR, W/Kaufman 22-15. Mario Porter, Jr., RB/DE/K/P, Frost, 9-carries for 77-yards, 1-TD, 1-Tackle, 1-Interception for TD, 1-Punt for 37-yards, 4-XP’s, W/Sabine Pass 55-0. K.J. Reader, Sr., S, Pleasant Grove, 7-Tackles, 1-TFL, 1-CF, 1-FR, W/Shreveport Byrd 27-10. Daveon Ross, Sr., LB, Chapel Hill, 14-Tackles, 2-TFL, 1-FR, W/Van 50-28. Xaryus Sheppard, Longview, 9-Tackles, W/Marshall 48-7. Paul Stanley, Mineola, 12-Tackles, 4-TFL, 1-CF, W/Hughes Springs 28-6. Jaxson Stiles, Athens, 11-Tackles, 2-TFL, 1-Sack, W/Waxahachie Life 49-28. Micah Strickland, Jr., DB, Brownsboro, 11-Tackles, 1-Interception, 1-PBU, 1-Blocked XP, W/Fairfield 34-27. Cole Watson, S/QB, Tatum, 12-Tackles, 4-TFL, 81-yards rushing, 2-TD’s, 52-yards passing, L/Daingerfield. P.J. Wiley, Kilgore, 10-Tackles, 2-TFL, 1-FR, W/Gilmer 24-23. Tavarus Williams, New Diana, 8-Tackles, 2-CF, 1-FR, 2-QBP, 2-TFL, W/Maud. Special Teams: Aidan Campos, Sr., K, Chapel Hill, 5-XP’s, 1-FG (37), 6-Touchbacks, W/Van 50-28. Nicholas Castaneda, K, Athens, 7-7 XP’s, W/Waxahachie Life 49-28. Darius Dean, Sr., KR, Chapel Hill, 1-KR for TD (79), W/Van 50-28. Isaiah Hawkins, KR, Overton, 1-KR for TD, W/All Saints. Jermaine Taylor, KR, Jacksonville, 105-yard KR for TD, L/Whitehouse. Bryce Wallum, K, Troup, 7-7 XP’s, 1-FG (27), W/Carlisle 52-15. J’Koby Williams, PR, Beckville, 2-PR for 105-yards, 1-TD (83), W/Joaquin. Leo Yzaguirre, K, Kilgore, 3-3 XP’s, 1-FG (37) with :08 remaining to win the game, 5-punts for 27.5-average, W/Gilmer 24-23. ===== Central Texas: Offense: Jairdyn Anderson, Sr., WR, Whitney, 8-catches for 196-yards, 1-TD, W/Hillsboro 21-20. J.D. Bell, Jr., RB/OLB, Mart, 15-carries for 196-yards, 3-TD’s, 1-Tackles, 1-Sack, W/Marlin 48-8. Mason Biehle, WR, Lexington, 12-catches for 110-yards, L/Troy 22-21. Jyrin Burns, Sr., RB, Madisonville, 20-carries for 123-yards, 1-TD, W/Navasota 26-16. Kase Evans, QB, Lexington, 22-32 passing for 292-yards, 2-TD’s, 1-2XP, L/Troy 22-21. Will Hammond, Sr., QB, Hutto, 36-58 passing for 719-yards, 4-TD’s, 13-carries for 88-yards, 6-TD’s, L/Liberty Hill 82-80. Bubba Jackson, Soph., RB, Franklin, 7-carries for 134-yards, 1-TD, W/Mexia 70-6. Reed Ketchum, WR, Troy, 8-catches for 171-yards, 2-TD’s, W/Lexington 22-21. Kase Maedgen, Sr., RB, Salado, 23-carries for 249-yards, 3-TD’s, 1-catch for 51-yards, 1-TD, 1-Interception, Salado was once down 34-0 in 2nd-Quarter and beat Bryan Rudder 48-47. Cash McCollum, Sr., QB, China Spring, 28-34 passing for 288-yards, 4-TD’s, L/Melissa 63-33. Joseph McMurtry, QB, Troy, 18-37 passing for 267-yards, 2-TD’s, W/Lexington 22-21. DeMontrel Medlock, Jr., RB/WR/OLB, Mart, 10-carries for 167-yards, 2-TD’s, 1-catch for 21-yards, 1-1 passing for 11-yards, 7-Tackles, 1-TFL, 1-Sack, W/Marlin 48-8. Christian Michalek, Jr., Slot Receiver, Holland, 5-carries for 82-yards, 1-TD, 2-catches for 96-yards, 2-TD’s, W/Valley Mills 43-14. Kaden Roberts, QB, Lorena, 206-yards rushing, 21-29 passing for 235-yards, 2-TD’s, W/West 27-13. Jonah Ross, Sr., QB/FS, Mart, 11-22 passing for 146-yards, 16-carries for 91-yards, 1-TD, 5-Tackles, 2-TFL, 2-PBU, W/Marlin 48-8. Kiefer Sibley, Sr., RB, Connally, 27-carries for 356-yards, 6-TD’s, 4-Tackles, W/La Vega 48-40. Jordan Smith, Fr., RB, Groesbeck, 19-carries for 211-yards, 2-TD’s, W/McGregor 35-7. Junior Thornton, Sr., QB, La Vega, 167-yards rushing, 4-TD’s, 82-yards passing, 1-TD, L/Connally 48-40. Tabor Tyson, Sr., RB/SS, Central Texas Christian, 22-carries for 284-yards, 6-TD’s, 1-2XP, 5-Tackles, W/Dallas Shelton 53-14. Defense: Kobe Black, Sr., S/WR, Connally, 11-Tackles (5-Solo), 1-KR for 35-yards, 1-PR for 2-yards, 4-carries for 117-yards, 1-TD, 1-catch for 21-yards, W/La Vega 48-40. Gage Coffman, LB, Connally, 8-Tackles (4-Solo), 4-TFL, W/La Vega 48-40. Izaiya Drake, Jr., S, Madisonville, 15-Tackles, 2-PBU, W/Navasota 26-16. David Haynes III, Sr., LB, Hillsboro, 22-Tackles, 3-TFL, 1-Defensive TD, W/Hillsboro 21-20. Devin Hidrago, Sr., DB, Franklin, 1-Interception for TD (85), W/Mexia 70-6. Jaylin Petty, LB, Connally, 12-Tackles (4-Solo), 2-TFL, W/La Vega 48-40. Colby Smith, Sr., LB, Franklin, 7-Tackles, 1-CF, 1-FR, 1-TFL, W/Mexia 70-6. Clayton Stembridge, Sr., S, Tolar, 9-Tackles, 2-PBU, 3-Interceptions, W/Early 48-14. Brayden Youree, Sr., LB, Franklin, 7-Tackles, 1-CF, 1-FR, 1-Sack, W/Mexia 70-6. Special Teams: Stephen Payan, Sr., K/P, Madisonville, 1-FG (19), 3-3 XP’s, 5-punts for 30.0-average, 2-Inside 20, 2-Touchbacks, W/Navasota 26-16. Datri Smith, P, Connally, 2-punts for 54.5-average, W/La Vega 48-40.
    1 point
  35. Malakoff is on a mission ,Losing in the State Simifinals to Brock left a bad taste in their mouth lost year, Jamie Driskell is doing a damn good job over there at Malakoff Him and Coaching staff has them boys playing good football , They beat 2 solid programs in West Rusk and Grandview, Salado is good again so I expect nothing less on Friday night in Waco at 7pm then what I saw last year mark my word Malakoff will challenge Franklin in the 3A Division I State Championship game this year and they will get over the hurdle and beat Brock in the 3A Division I State Semifinals in in December, Jarrion Hall and Bubba Hicks And Mike Jones is 3 headed monster in the backfield at quarterback and running back,Doc Renberge disrupts offenses on the defensive side of the ball I saw that 1st hand when we scrimmaged Malakoff 4 Weeks ago, that's a dangerous team in Black and Yellow in Henderson County everybody in 3A Division 1 Region II watch out like Deion Sanders said we coming will the Malakoff Tigers is coming.
    1 point
  36. Longview QB Andrew Tutt has been throwing dots all year. 3 year varsity player. Remember, some of us thought he could've started over Allen the past few years.
    1 point
  37. Willie Nelson didn't play in Marshall, but Longview's other D1 safety Buddha Garrett had himself a night
    1 point
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