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6A Week 9 Wrapup – San Antonio area

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Class 6A San Antonio area Honor Roll

L.J. Butler | Wagner | RB – 9 carries, 112 yards, 3 TD’s in 54-7 win over East Central
Dewayne Coleman | Roosevelt | QB – 13 carries, 181 yards, 5 TD’s; 92 passing yards in 43-28 victory over MacArthur
Nevon Cooper | Madison | WR (Jr.) – Caught 2 TD passes and returned the opening kickoff 75 yards for a TD in a 28-16 win over Holmes
Michael Doty | Churchill | RB – 26 carries, 111 yards, TD in 28-7 Gucci Bowl victory over Clark
Josh Fahrner | Cibolo Steele | RB (Jr.) – 20 carries, 109 yards, TD in 22-21 win over New Braunfels
Carson Green | Reagan | RB (Soph.) – 10 carries, 122 yards, 2 TD’s in 66-0 victory over L.E.E.
Ethan Jarman | O’Connor | K – Drilled three field goals in a 30-27 overtime victory over Harlan. Jarman hit a 40-yard attempt to send the game into overtime as time expired before winning it from 27 yards in overtime
Tre’Shawn Jones | Reagan | RB (Jr.) – 7 carries, 101 yards, TD in 66-0 win over L.E.E.
John Locke | O’Connor | WR (Jr.) – 6 receptions, 103 yards, TD in 30-27 overtime victory over Harlan
Vaughn Martinez | Warren | QB (Jr.) – Threw for 3 TD’s in 41-10 win over John Jay
Jalen Nutt | Smithson Valley | QB – 19 carries, 132 yards, 4 TD’s in 34-7 win over Schertz Clemens
Ryker Purdy | New Braunfels | RB (Jr.) – 25 carries, 125 yards, 2 TD’s in 22-21 loss to Cibolo Steele
Te’lem Turner | Warren | RB (Jr.) – 16 carries, 135 yards, 2 TD’s in 41-10 win over John Jay
Kannon Williams | Harlan | QB – 18 of 36 passing, 324 yards, 2 TD’s in 30-27 overtime loss to O’Connor

San Antonio area 6A Week 9 Results

District 27-6A
Cibolo Steele 22, New Braunfels 21
Arkansas State pledge Wyatt Begeal scored on 1-yard touchdown run as time expired and then snatched a dramatic victory with his 2-point conversion run as Cibolo Steele defeated New Braunfels, 22-21. Begeal rushed for 92 yards and a pair of touchdowns for the Knights, while Josh Fahrner led Steele (2-2) with 109 rushing yards and a touchdown. For New Braunfels, junior running back Ryker Purdy rushed for 125 yards and two scores as the Unicorns fell to 2-2 on the season.

Converse Judson defeated South San Antonio by forfeit
Smithson Valley 34, Schertz Clemens 7
Dual-threat quarterback Jalen Nutt rushed for 127 yards and four touchdowns as Smithson Valley rolled to a 34-7 win over Schertz Clemens. The Rangers, who moved to 3-1 with the victory, held the Buffaloes to 198 total yards. Travis McCracken paced the Smithson Valley offense with a touchdown run as the Rangers pulled away from a 13-7 halftime lead in the second half. Clemens fell to 1-3 on the season.


Wagner 54, East Central 7
Wagner powered its way to 525 rushing yards and moved to 2-0 on the season with a 54-7 victory over East Central. L.J. Butler led the Thunderbirds with 113 yards and three touchdowns on just nine carries. Four other ballcarriers reached paydirt for Wagner, including junior quarterback Isaiah Williams, Mark Alanis, Quentin Owens, and Fontabian Donalson.

District 28-6A
Gucci Bowl: Churchill 28, Clark 7
Churchill downed Clark in the Gucci Bowl for the 11th straight season with a 28-7 victory in District 28-6A action on Thursday night. Michael Doty rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown to lead the Churchill offense. Quarterback Christian Smith added another 80 yards rushing and a score to pace the Chargers (3-1). Luke Childs threw for 162 yards and a touchdown to lead Clark, who dropped to 0-4 on the season.

Johnson 19, Brandeis 7
Junior running back Benjamin McCreary rushed for two touchdowns as Johnson snapped Brandeis’ 17-game regular-season winning streak, 19-7. Air Force commit Ty Reasoner threw for 148 yards and added another 78 yards on the ground, including a 58-yard touchdown run with 4:14 remaining in the third quarter to give the Jaguars a 13-7 lead. Johnson moved to 4-0 on the season with the win. Brandeis junior quarterback Nico Garcia rushed for 92 yards and a touchdown in the loss which dropped the Broncos to 3-1 on the season.

Madison 28, Holmes 16
Junior wide receiver Nevon Cooper reeled in two touchdown passes from quarterback R.J. Kyle and returned the opening kickoff 75 yards for a touchdown as Madison defeated Holmes, 28-16. Kyle threw for three touchdown strikes for Madison (3-1), while Miguel Becker kept the ball moving on the ground with a game-high 106 yards. Holmes, who fell to 0-4, got 74 rushing yards and a touchdown from Nicholas Venegas.

Roosevelt 43, MacArthur 28
Dewayne Coleman reached the end zone five times on the ground and rushed for 181 yards on 13 carries as Roosevelt turned away MacArthur, 43-28. Jamari Sirmons added a touchdown run for the Rough Riders, who moved to 3-1 on the season. MacArthur (0-4) was led on offense by Jonah Dunlap’s 115 rushing yards and a touchdown. Davenelle Smith returned a blocked punt 4 yards for a touchdown in a losing effort for the Brahmas.

District 29-6A
Brennan 24, Stevens 0
Brennan remained unbeaten at 4-0 on the season with a dominant defensive performance in a 24-0 victory over previously undefeated Stevens. Sophomore quarterback Ashton Dubose threw for a pair of scores and added another on the ground in the victory. Avron Carter hooked up with Ashton Dubose on a 68-yard touchdown strike before Aaron Dubose reeled in a 27-yard touchdown pass from his twin brother in the fourth quarter. Brennan held Stevens to 117 total yards in the victory.

O’Connor 30, Harlan 27 (OT)
Ethan Jarman connected on three field goals to include a 40-yard effort  to tie the score at the end of regulation and a 27-yard boot to give O’Connor a 30-27 overtime win over Harlan. O’Connor’s Caleb Smith threw for 196 yards to include a 52-yard touchdown pass to John Locke, while Qualee Kendall rushed for a touchdown for the Panthers (2-2). Trailing 24-7, Harlan made a game of it by scoring 20 unanswered points. Kannon Williams threw for 324 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the loss for Harlan (1-3).

Taft 20, Marshall 14
Junior quarterback Justice Hurt threw for a touchdown pass and ran for another as Taft stormed out to a 20-0 first-quarter lead before holding on for a 20-14 win over Marshall. Hurt rushed for 77 yards to lead the Raiders, who moved to 2-2 on the season. Marshall got second-half touchdown runs from Estefan Perez and Drew Williams as the Rams fell to 2-2 with the loss.

Warren 41, John Jay 10
Te’lem Turner rushed for 123 yards and two touchdowns as Warren moved to 3-1 with a 41-10 win over John Jay. Junior quarterback Vaughn Martinez threw for three scores, two of them going to fellow Joaquin Gutierrez. Darnell Riley rushed for a touchdown to lead the John Jay offense as the Mustangs dropped to 0-4.

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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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