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Week 9 San Antonio 210 Eleven rankings, Top Performers

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PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

6A – JORDAN BATTLES | Brandeis | 24 carries, 224 yards (9.3), 3 TDs in 31-14 victory over Warren. Battles rushed for a 68-yard touchdown run, his third of the game, on Thursday night before the game was delayed until Friday. For the season, Battles is approaching 1,000 rushing yards (984) and has scored 18 rushing touchdowns while averaging 8.9 yards per carry.

Sub-6A – TRAPPER PANNELL | Kerrville Tivy | 22-of-32 passing (68.8%), 375 yards, 6 TDs including a 99-yard touchdown strike to Brooks McCoy on first offensive snap for the Antlers in a 56-14 rout of Alamo Heights. Pannell also rushed for 55 yards. The Tivy utility man has accounted for over 2,000 yards and 29 touchdowns this season.


TOP PERFORMERS

PASSING
JULIAN CAMERON | Brackenridge | 20-of-27 passing (70.5%), 256 yards, 3 TDs, 0 INTs; 8 carries, 80 yards (10.0), 2 TDs in 47-0 victory over Edison.
DEWAYNE COLEMAN | Roosevelt | 18-of-24 (75.0%), 203 yards, 2 TDs, 2 INTs; 10 carries, 48 yards, TD in 35-34 overtime win over Johnson.
DAVID VARELA | Brennan | 16-of-21 passing (76.2%), 202 yards, 3 TDs in 42-6 victory over Stevens.
KANNON WILLIAMS | Harlan | Threw for 3 TD passes in 36-29 victory over Southwest Legacy.

RUSHING
A.J. MCDADE | Harlan | 22 carries, 225 yards (10.3), TD
MIKE CHANDLER II | Converse Judson | 9 carries, 214 yards (23.7), 4 TDs in 44-13 victory over New Braunfels Canyon.
BRADY LYSSY | Falls City | 11 carries, 206 yards (18.7), 4 TDs; 4 receptions, 163 yards (40.8), 2 TDs in 56-0 victory over Charlotte.
DE’QUAVION THOMAS | Cibolo Steele | 21 carries, 172 (8.2), TD in 35-10 victory over Smithson Valley.
KHALIL WARFIELD | Antonian Prep | 19 carries, 188 yards (9.9), 2 TDs in 52-19 win over Tomball Concordia Lutheran.
RASHOD OWENS | Roosevelt | 29 carries, 168 yards (5.8), TD
A.J. TALAMANTES | Brackenridge | 12 carries, 162 yards (13.5), 2 TDs
MARCELLUS DAVIS | Marshall | 15 carries, 156 yards (10.4), 4 TDs in 41-7 win over Holmes.
GREG EGGLESTON | Smithson Valley | 19 carries, 152 yards (8.0), TD
FABIEN MACIEL | Lanier | 18 carries, 146 yards, 2 TDs in 30-6 victory over Highlands.
MOISE SIMS | Navarro | 10 carries, 141 yards (14.1), 2 TDs in 42-14 victory over Wimberley.
ZACHARY GOODWIN | Marion | 11 carries, 135 yards (12.3), 4 TDs in 51-27 victory over Karnes City.
RAY RAYOS | Marion | 15 carries, 134 yards (8.9), TD
ANDRE MITCHELL | Southwest | 26 carries, 128 yards (4.6), 2 TDs; Recorded 2 INTs on defense in 36-2 victory over then-No. 11 Harlandale.
JUSTIN CONTRERAS | Devine | 12 carries, 114 yards (9.5), 3 TDs in 48-28 win over Pearsall.
XADRIAN HUERTA | John Jay | 20 carries, 110 yards (5.5), 3 TDs in 25-8 victory over Taft.
TUCKER ELLIOTT | Fredericksburg | 19 carries, 110 yards (5.8), 2 TDs in 33-20 victory over Canyon Lake.
CHANCE FELIX | Antonian Prep | 14 carries, 106 yards (7.6), 2 TDs
CARSON GREEN | Reagan | 14 carries, 105 yards (7.5), 2 TDs in 35-6 win over Legacy of Educational Excellence.
DARIEN GILL | Madison | 23 carries, 102 yards (4.5), 2 TDs in 38-27 victory over MacArthur.
RYKER PURDY | New Braunfels | Rushed for 3 TDs in 48-7 victory over San Marcos.

RECEIVING
BROOKS MCCOY | Kerrville Tivy | 9 receptions, 207 yards (23.0), 3 TDs
CHRIS SILVA | McCollum | 9 receptions, 161 yards (17.9), TD in 43-21 loss to Laredo Martin.
CHARLES COLLINS | MacArthur | 5 receptions, 160 yards (32.0), TD
COLTEN DRAKE | Kerrville Tivy | 9 receptions, 132 yards (14.7). 2 TDs
JACOB DEVORA | Marion | 5 receptions, 118 yards (23.5), TD
JOEY AMAYA | Pearsall | 3 receptions, 110 yards (36.7), 3 TDs
DARYN MCKNIGHT | Cibolo Steele | 7 receptions, 104 yards (14.9), TD
DARRYON TOLEFREE | Brennan | 8 receptions, 74 yards (9.3), 3 TDs; 1 passing TD

NOTABLES
JOSUE BERMUDEZ | Jefferson | Booted four field goals, including the game-winner, as Jefferson defeated Sam Houston 19-16 in overtime.
JACK PATTERSON | Kerrville Tivy | Snagged two interceptions, returning one 36 yards for a six.

6A 210 ELEVEN

  1. CONVERSE JUDSON (8-0, 5-0 in 26-6A) – Defeated New Braunfels Canyon, 44-13 (1)
  2. BRANDEIS (8-0, 7-0 in 28-6A) – Defeated Warren, 31-14 (2)
  3. SCHERTZ CLEMENS (7-1, 5-0 in 26-6A) – Defeated East Central, 36-0 (3)
  4. CIBOLO STEELE (6-2, 3-2 in 26-6A) – Defeated Smithson Valley, 35-10 (4)
  5. BRENNAN (7-1, 6-1 in 28-6A) – Defeated Stevens, 42-6 (5)
  6. O’CONNOR (6-2, 6-1 in 28-6A) – Defeated Clark, 49-0 (6)
  7. ROOSEVELT (7-1, 4-1 in 27-6A) – Defeated Johnson, 35-34 in OT (8)
  8. SMITHSON VALLEY (4-4, 2-3 in 26-6A) – Lost to No. 4 Cibolo Steele, 35-10 (7)
  9. MADISON (6-2, 5-0 in 27-6A) – Defeated MacArthur, 38-27 (11)
  10. JOHNSON (5-3, 4-1 in 27-6A) – Lost to Roosevelt, 35-34 in OT (9)
  11. EAST CENTRAL (5-3, 3-2 in 26-6A) – Lost to No. 3 Schertz Clemens, 36-0 (10)

ON THE BUBBLE
JOHN JAY (5-3, 4-3 in 28-6A) – Defeated Taft, 25-8
NEW BRAUNFELS (5-3, 2-3 in 26-6A) – Defeated San Marcos, 48-7
WARREN (4-4, 3-4 in 28-6A) – Lost to No. 2 Brandeis, 31-14

SUB-6A 210 ELEVEN

  1. WAGNER (8-1, 7-0 in 13-5A I) – Defeated Burbank, 62-0 (1)
  2. HARLAN (8-0, 4-0 in 14-5A I) – Defeated Southwest Legacy, 36-29 (2)
  3. KERRVILLE TIVY (7-1, 5-0 in 14-5A II) – Defeated Alamo Heights, 56-14 (3)
  4. BOERNE CHAMPION (7-1, 4-1 in 14-5A II) – Defeated Uvalde, 30-0 (4)
  5. VETERANS MEMORIAL (7-1, 6-0 in 13-5A I) – Idle (5)
  6. CORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN (6-2, IND.) – Idle (6)
  7. NAVARRO (8-0, 3-0 in 13-4A II) – Defeated Wimberley, 42-14 (7)
  8. SOUTHSIDE (6-2, 3-2 in 15-5A II) – Defeated previously unbeaten Alice, 28-18 (8)
  9. FREDERICKSBURG (5-3, 3-0 in 14-4A I) – Defeated Canyon Lake, 33-20 (9)
  10. BOERNE (5-2, 1-1 in 15-4A I) – Lost to Beeville Jones, 33-17 (10)
  11. ANTONIAN PREP (5-3, 1-1 in TAPPS Division I District 3) – Defeated Tomball Concordia Lutheran, 52-19 (NR)

DROPPED OUT
HARLANDALE (4-3, 2-2 in 14-5A I) – Lost to Southwest, 36-2 (11)

ON THE BUBBLE
CENTRAL CATHOLIC (4-4, 1-1 in TAPPS Division I District 3) – Lost to Houston St. Thomas, 21-19
HOLY CROSS (5-3, 2-0 in TAPPS Division II District 4) – IDLE
SOUTHWEST (4-4, 3-1 in 14-5A I) – Defeated Harlandale, 36-2

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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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