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6A 210 Eleven: Brennan No. 1; Purdy takes Player of the Week

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Stephen Basore
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Week 6 6A 210 Eleven Rankings (Oct. 5)

  1. Brennan (1-0) – vs. Holmes at Gustafson – Sat. (2)
  2. Converse Judson (0-1) – at No. 10 New Braunfels (1)
  3. Schertz Clemens (2-1) – Idle with forfeit win over South San (3)
  4. Brandeis (1-0) – vs. MacArthur at Heroes (5)
  5. Johnson (1-0) – vs. L.E.E. at Comalander (6)
  6. Reagan (1-0) – vs. Clark at Heroes – Sat. (7)
  7. Cibolo Steele (0-2) – at East Central (4)
  8. O’Connor (0-1) – vs. Marshall at Farris (8)
  9. Harlan (0-1) – vs. Taft at Gustafson (9)
  10. New Braunfels (2-0) – vs. No. 2 Converse Judson (10)
  11. Smithson Valley (2-0) – at Wagner (11)
    On the Bubble: Roosevelt (1-0), Stevens (1-0), Wagner (0-0), Warren (1-0)

Note: 6A 210 Eleven and POTW will be on Monday’s with Sub-6A rankings and POTW on Tuesday’s

6A Player of the Week


Ryker Purdy | New Braunfels | RB (Jr.) – In a 35-20 victory over rival Seguin, Purdy exploded for 265 yards and four touchdowns on 28 carries. Purdy went over 1,000 rushing yards for his career (1,064) and has six touchdowns already this season.

Honorable Mention

Kevin Brashears | Stevens | QB (Soph.) – 16 of 29 passing, 189 yards, 2 TD’s; 11 carries, 99 rushing yards, 2 TD’s in 42-20 victory over Holmes

Dylan Cooper | Marshall | QB – 245 total yards, 4 TD’s in 45-7 win over L.E.E.

Josiah Garcia | Marshall | RB – 24 carries, 188 yards, 2 TD’s in 45-7 victory over L.E.E.

Nico Garcia | Brandeis | QB (Jr.) – 4 TD passes in 35-28 victory over Harlan

Ethan Gonzales | Stevens | WR (Jr.) – 10 receptions, 137 yards, TD in 42-20 win over Holmes

John Locke | O’Connor | WR (Jr.) – Caught 2 TD passes in 35-20 loss to Johnson

Estefan Perez | Marshall | WR – 5 receptions, 129 yards, 2 TD’s in 45-7 win over L.E.E.

Kendrick Thompson | New Braunfels | DB – 14 tackles, INT in victory over Seguin

Kannon Williams | Harlan | WR – 323 total yards, 3 TD’s in 35-28 loss to Brandeis

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Stephen Michael 26, is a journalist, social media coordinator, host, and entertainment reporter. Michael graduated in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts and earned a Master's Degree in Digital Media in 2020 from the University of the Incarnate Word. He has worked covering the San Antonio Rampage, Stars, and San Antonio Futbol Club. He was the host of the Project Spurs Roundtable on NBC affiliate News 4 San Antonio from 2015-17.

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