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Padilla Poll Conference AAAA-D1 Game Picks - Week 1 28, 29, 30 August 2014 Team Listed First is Favored NR= Game Not Rated REGION I DISTRICT 1 Muleshoe(3) over Levelland by 1 Pampa over River Road(3) by 18 Estacado over Hereford(5) by 13 Canyon(5) over Borger by 25 Seminole over Greenwood(II) by 8 REGION I DISTRICT 2 Bowie(5) over Fabens by 7 Ysleta(5) over Mountain View by 3 El Paso(5) over Clint by 8 Andrews over Lake View(5) by 2 San Elizario vs Santa Teresa, NM - NR REGION I DISTRICT 3 Gatesville over Brownwood by 5 Tivy(5) over Big Spring by 10 Snyder over Littlefield(3) by 5 Stephenville vs Anchorage South, AK - NR Argyle over Wylie by 11 REGION I DISTRICT 4 Burkburnett over Iowa Park(II) by 7 Decatur over Springtown by 3 Gainesville over Kaufman by 2 Graham over Vernon(II) by 19 Hirschi over Bowie(II) by 9 Mineral Wells over Bridgeport(II) by 8 REGION II DISTRICT 5 La Vega over Alvarado by 5 Castleberry over Ponder(3) by 5 Adamson(5) over Diamond Hill by 40 Crowley(5) over Kennedale by 1 Lake Worth vs FW Country Day - NR REGION II DISTRICT 6 Carter vs Dallas Bishop Lynch - NR Ranchview vs Dallas Parish - NR Seagoville(5) over Pinkston by 8 Denton(5) over Wilmer-Hutchins by 3 Melissa(II) over Sanger by 1 REGION II DISTRICT 7 Van Alstyne(3) over Ford by 18 Gilmer(II) over Liberty-Eylau by 20 Princeton over Independence(5) by 33 Paris over Mount Pleasant(5) by 1 North Lamar over Commerce(II) by 9 Pittsburg over Pleasant Grove(II) by 13 REGION II DISTRICT 8 Athens over Henderson by 18 Forney(5) over Wills Point by 8 Crandall over Brownsboro by 17 Whitney(3) over Mabank by 13 Van over Palestine by 5 REGION III DISTRICT 9 Kilgore over Nacogdoches(5) by 7 Chapel Hill over Lindale(5) by 5 Carthage over Hallsville(5) by 5 REGION III DISTRICT 10 Kirbyville(3) over Bridge City by 23 Cleveland over Shepherd(II) by 12 Hargrave over Kashmere(II) by 12 Jasper over Hardin-Jefferson(II) by 2 W Orange-Stark(II) over LC-Mauriceville by 15 REGION III DISTRICT 11 Navasota vs Nuevo Leon, MX - NR Yates(5) over Wheatley by 1 Davis(5) over Houston Sterling by 12 Furr over Austin(5) by 26 Washington over Houston(6) by 10 Sealy over Royal(II) by 17 REGION III DISTRICT 12 Columbus(II) over Bay City by 10 El Campo over Gregory-Portland(5) by 10 Brazosport over Willowridge(5) by 15 Hallettsville(3) over Columbia by 15 Hempstead(3) over Needville by 24 East Bernard(3) over Stafford by 2 REGION IV DISTRICT 13 China Spring over Lorena(II) by 3 Burnet over Marble Falls(5) by 5 Fredericksburg over Lampasas by 15 Robinson over Taylor by 12 REGION IV DISTRICT 14 Boerne over Hondo(II) by 6 Bandera over Houston(5) by 14 Blanco(3) over Canyon Lake by 1 Liberty Hill over La Grange(II) by 1 REGION IV DISTRICT 15 Kingsville over Jones by 12 Gonzales over Giddings(II) by 12 Pleasanton over Edison(5) by 20 La Vernia over Wimberley(II) by 6 Orange Grove(II) over Robstown by 13 Rockport-Fulton over Aransas Pass(3) by 12 REGION IV DISTRICT 16 La Feria over Donna North(5) by 19 Hidalgo over Pioneer(5) by 16 Zapata over Cigarroa(5) by 15 Port Isabel(II) over La Grulla by 8 Padilla Poll Conference AAAA-D2 Game Picks - Week 1 28, 29, 30 August Team Listed First is Favored NR= Game Not Rated REGION I DISTRICT 1 Canadian(3) over Bushland by 1 Perryton over Dumas(5) by 19 Dalhart over Sanford-Fritch(3) by 24 REGION I DISTRICT 2 Brownfield(3) over Fort Stockton by 12 Sweetwater over Lubbock(5) by 12 Roosevelt(3) over Lamesa by 30 Monahans over Alpine(3) by 11 Denver City(3) over Pecos by 17 REGION I DISTRICT 3 Whitesboro(3) over Anna by 22 Pottsboro(3) over Aubrey by 16 Bonham over Howe(3) by 18 Celina vs Argyle Liberty - NR Pilot Point(3) over Krum by 4 REGION I DISTRICT 4 Ferris over Glen Rose(3) by 3 Adams(5) over Roosevelt by 30 Dunbar(5) over Lincoln by 3 Sunnyvale(3) over Godley by 2 Madison vs Little Rock Central, AR - NR Hillsboro(3) over Venus by 13 REGION II DISTRICT 5 Bullard over Groesbeck by 1 Canton vs Tyler Grace - NR Leonard(3) over Community by 18 Mount Vernon(3) over Rains by 1 REGION II DISTRICT 6 New Boston(3) over Atlanta by 3 Waskom(3) over Center by 13 Gladewater over Daingerfield(3) by 11 Spring Hill over Winnsboro(3) by 15 Newton(3) over Tatum by 2 REGION II DISTRICT 7 Cameron Yoe(3) over Connally by 6 Fairfield over Madisonville by 23 McGregor(3) over Mexia by 10 Rusk over Troup(3) by 3 REGION II DISTRICT 8 New Caney(5) over Diboll by 11 Coldspring over Huntsville(5) by 11 Huntington over Westwood(3) by 7 REGION III DISTRICT 9 Hamshire-Fannett over Lumberton(5) by 13 Liberty over Anahuac(3) by 3 Orangefield over Buna(3) by 1 REGION III DISTRICT 10 La Marque over Ball(5) by 16 Galena Park(5) over Scarborough by 61 Worthing over Milby(6) by 15 REGION III DISTRICT 11 Bellville over Caldwell by 7 Troy(3) over Salado by 13 Rockdale(3) over Smithville by 20 REGION III DISTRICT 12 Sweeny over Van Vleck(3) by 19 Cuero over Wharton by 3 REGION IV DISTRICT 13 Navarro over Medina Valley(5) by 2 Wall(3) over Llano by 16 Lytle over Cole(3) by 7 REGION IV DISTRICT 14 Sabinal(2) over Crystal City by 24 Devine over Harlandale(5) by 1 Memorial(5) over Carrizo Springs by 4 Pearsall over Cotulla(3) by 19 Jourdanton over Poteet by 33 REGION IV DISTRICT 15 Ingleside over Rio Grande City(5) by 11 Sinton over Tuloso-Midway(5) by 11 Yoakum over Marion(3) by 4 REGION IV DISTRICT 16 Raymondville vs Brownsville St Joseph - NR Progreso over Porter(5) by 4 Moody(5) over West Oso by 5 Rio Hondo over Santa Rosa(3) by 5

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  Stephenville vs. South Anchorage   It is high school football time in Texas! This is one of my favorite times of the year. You can feel the optimism across the state as high school football fans hope to see perfection and expecting excellence along the way. Two years ago Stephenville played their first opponent from outside the Lone Star State when they face off against Monterrey Tec, Mexico. The next year they played Monterrey Tec again and their first out of state opponent in Dillard, FL. This year the Jackets face off against the South Anchorage Alaska Wolverines.   The Wolverines season started 2 weeks ago and SAHS is 2-0 on the young season. They beat Anchorage Dimond 20-0 and Eagle River Chugiak 57-12. The Wolverines return 9 starters on both sides of the ball from a 5-4 team in 2013. Don't let that record fool you as they suffered some injuries to key players and have won an Alaskan Big School state championship as recently as 2012. SAHS Head Coach John Lewis said this on why his team is coming to Texas, "We wanted this game because it gets us to Texas. To see the best football in the country. Our bottom line is that we could stay in our state and be a stagnant program or we can push ourselves forward and try to be better."   Let us take a look at the match up.   Stephenville Yellow Jackets (0-0) vs. South Anchorage Wolverines (2-0):
Here are your projected starting lineups.   South Anchorage   Offense Position Player Class Height Weight LT #50 Mervin Taha Sr. 6'0 230 LG #71 Nathan Lujan Jr. 6'2 265 C #51 Matthew Koegh Sr. 6'2 225 RG #72 Ben Hopp Sr. 6'0 190 RT #58 Jordan Moore Jr. 6'4 235 TE #80 Alain Devoe Sr. 6'2 225 TE #88 Jared Hudson Sr. 6'2 220 WR #13 Justice Augafa Sr. 5'11 185 WR #23 Nicholas Settle Sr. 5'8 155 QB #4 Colin Thompson Sr. 6'1 215 RB #32 Sam Cook Sr. 6'0 180   Defense DE #58 Jordan Moore Jr. 6'4 235 NG #50 Mervin Taha Sr. 6'0 230 DE #59 Logan Murray Jr. 6'4 245 OLB #32 Sam Cook Sr. 6'1 180 LB #51 Matthew Keogh Sr. 6'2 225 LB #80 Alain Devoe Sr. 6'2 225 LB #4 Colin Thompson Sr. 6'1 200 OLB #3 Andrew Jarrell Jr. 5'10 165 CB #21 Chris Scott Sr. 6'1 180 CB #23 Nicholas Settle Sr. 5'8 155 FS #13 Justice Augafa Sr. 5'11 185   Stephenville Yellow Jackets   Offense Position Player Class Height Weight LT #58 Noah Perez Sr. 6'2 240 LG #79 Joaquin Talamantes Jr. 6'0 255 C #55 Grant Isham Jr. 5'10 240 RG #75 Austin Northcutt So. 5'11 245 RT #50 Austin Rudloff Sr. 6'2 235 TE #15 Josh Nowell Jr. 6'4 190 WR #88 Austin Stufflebean Sr. 6'3 190 WR #18 Darion Brown Jr. 5'11 180 Slot #5 Ben Martin Sr. 5'9 185 QB #1 Jarrett Stidham Sr. 6'3 195 RB #24 Kaegun Williams So. 5'9 180   Defense DE #7 Justice Bethea Sr. 6'1 230 NG #62 Cameron Reynolds Sr. 6'1 285 DE #20 Colby Stone Sr. 6'0 230 LB #42 Justice Wisener Sr. 6'2 210 LB #46 Dustin Lundy So. 6'1 195 LB #27 Josh Gillespie Sr. 5'10 185 LB #47 Garrett Crew Jr. 5'9 185 CB #21 Mason Yoes Jr. 5'10 165 CB #11 Rhett Dittfurth So. 5'10 160 WS #80 Zoey Kendall Jr. 6'3 210 FS #17 Jon Clark Giddings Jr. 5'10 175   By the numbers:   South Anchorage
Team offense
216 avg. rush yards
107.5 avg. pass yards
323.5 avg. total yards
38.5 avg. points   Team defense
96 avg. rush yards allowed
72 avg. pass yards allowed
168 avg. total yards allowed
6 avg. points allowed   Stephenville
Team offense
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- avg. points allowed   Individual Offensive Leaders:   South Anchorage Stephenville Passing C-A-I Yards TDs Colin Thompson 12-17-0 182 1           Rushing Attempts Yards TDs Justice Augafa 31 175 3           Receiving Receptions Yards TDs Nicholas Settle 6 90 1           Key Personnel and Scouting Report   Offense
SAHS will run out of the Ace and Pro sets. The Wolverines will run the football about 75% of the time. SAHS uses the run to set up their efficient play action pass. They will rotate players in the backfield and use misdirection in their rush attack. Augafa is the best athlete on the team and go to player. Settle is shifty and a play maker out wide. The OL has good size and plays with aggression.   Defense
The Wolverines base out of the 3-3 stack cover 3 and will run some 4-2-5 as well. They play an aggressive style of defense and will not be afraid to bring pressure. They have several players going both ways and will rotate often.   Special Teams
SAHS has a good place kicker that can send it inside the 5 yard line on kickoffs. They have a solid return game with Augafa returning a punt 52 yards for a TD last week..
Prediction SAHS will be pumped to prove they can play with a Texas high school team. I expect the emotion to be high at the start of the game. The Wolverines will be more polished than most first game opponents with 2 games under their belt. I do expect the heat and humidity to wear on SAHS as the game goes on with so many 2 way players. The Wolverines are well coached and play good football. The Jackets cannot take them lightly or they will be looking at the wrong side of the scoreboard. I believe the game will be close through 3 quarters with Stephenville pulling away in the 4th.
Stephenville 38 South Anchorage 21
Now for the rest of the 3-4A picks.   Big Spring Steers (0-0) @ Kerrville Tivy Antlers (0-0): Big Spring returns several starters on offense including Tobyn Tannehill at QB, but the Steers only return 2 on defense. The Antlers are a projected playoff team out of 27-5A. I think they will edge Big Spring in a high scoring game.
Tivy 42 Big Spring 31   Gatesville Hornets (0-0) @ Brownwood Lions (0-0): This is a good match up. Both teams are expected to better in 2014. Gatesville returns 17 starters off a 3-7 team and Brownwood returns 9 off of a 4-7 playoff team. The Hornets edge the Lions.
Gatesville 28 Brownwood 21   Littlefield Wildcats (0-0) @ Snyder Tigers (0-0): Littlefield is from 1-3A D1 and picked first in their district with 6 offensive and 3 defensive starters returning. Snyder has 4 and 7 starters returning respectively. The Tigers beat the Wildcats at home.
Snyder 28 Littlefield 21   Abilene Wylie Bulldogs (0-0) @ Argyle Eagles (0-0): The Bulldogs seem to reload every year, but the defending champs will be too much at their house.
Argyle 35 Wylie 21   Be Loud! and Be Proud! AHYCB
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Padilla Poll Conference AAAA D1 Game Picks - Week 2 4,5,6 September Team Listed First is Favored NR= Game Not Rated REGION I DISTRICT 1 Dalhart(II) over Borger by 11 Estacado over Dumas(5) by 10 Shallowater(3) over Levelland by 8 Pampa vs Elk City, OK - NR Idalou(3) over Seminole by 8 REGION I DISTRICT 2 Andrews over Lubbock(5) by 12 Ysleta(5) over San Elizario by 24 Irvin(5) over Mountain View by 20 Clint over Austin(5) by 1 Fabens vs Chaparral, NM - NR REGION I DISTRICT 3 Burnet over Wylie by 4 Monahans over Big Spring by 1 Graham over Brownwood by 21 Snyder over Slaton(3) by 21 Stephenville over Gatesville by 35 REGION I DISTRICT 4 Mineral Wells over Joshua(5) by 10 Burkburnett over Aubrey(II) by 3 Decatur over Alvarado by 4 Kennedale over Gainesville by 3 Grandview(3) over Hirschi by 9 REGION III DISTRICT 5 Jefferson(5) over Diamond Hill by 13 Castleberry over Independence(5) by 3 Bowie(3) over Lake Worth by 3 Springtown vs @Argyle Liberty - NR REGION III DISTRICT 6 Kimball(5) over Carter by 17 Argyle over Denison(5) by 6 Glen Rose(3) over Ranchview by 8 Pinkston over Roosevelt by 14 Sanger vs Ardmore Plainview, OK - NR Whitney(3) over Hutchins by 11 REGION III DISTRICT 7 Liberty-Eylau over Mount Pleasant(5) by 4 Arlington Heights(5) over Princeton by 5 Whitesboro(3) over North Lamar by 15 Paris over Melissa by 11 Gladewater(II) over Pittsburg by 19 Commerce(II) over Ford by 1 REGION III DISTRICT 8 Marshall(5) over Crandall by 7 Athens over Diboll(II) by 20 Fairfield(II) over Kaufman by 8 Canton(II) over Mabank by 17 Van over Spring Hill by 17 Ferris(II) over Wills Point by 22 REGION III DISTRICT 9 Flour Bluff(5) over Kilgore by 9 Whitehouse(5) over Chapel Hill by 14 Lindale(5) over Carthage by 1 Jacksonville(5) over Palestine by 3 Bullard(II) over Brownsboro by 18 Atlanta(II) over Henderson by 15 REGION III DISTRICT 10 Jasper over Vidor(5) by 8 Lumberton(5) over Bridge City by 5 Hargrave over New Caney(5) by 1 Barbers Hill(5) over LC Mauriceville by 21 Cleveland over Livingston(5) by 1 Newton(3) over Bridge City by 20 Silsbee over Coldspring(II) by 4 San Augustine(2) over Splendora by 16 REGION III DISTRICT 11 Navasota over Yates(5) by 30 Furr over Davis(5) by 5 Washington over Austin(5) by 7 Westbury(6) over Sterling by 11 Kashmere(II) over Wheatley by 5 Sealy vs Houston St Pius X - NR REGION III DISTRICT 12 El Campo over Willowridge(5) by 35 Bay City vs Houston Kincaid - NR Sweeny(II) over Brazosport by 13 Columbia over Liberty(II) by 16 Wharton(II) over Needville by 25 Stafford over Bellville(II) by 10 REGION IV DISTRICT 13 Hutto(5) over La Vega by 1 Connally(II) over China Spring by 11 Lago Vista(3) over Lampasas by 9 Robinson over Lorena(II) by 22 REGION IV DISTRICT 14 Medina Valley(5) over Boerne by 2 Fredericksburg over Travis(5) by 18 Brenham(5) over Liberty Hill by 12 Bandera over Moore(3) by 12 Canyon Lake over Smithville by 1 Rockdale(3) over Taylor by 21 REGION IV DISTRICT 15 Pleasanton over Lanier(5) by 1 La Vernia over Calhoun(5) by 3 Ingleside(II) over Jones by 11 Cuero(II) over Gonzales by 13 Robstown over Poteet(II) by 18 Sinton(II) over Rockport-Fulton by 13 REGION IV DISTRICT 16 Zapata over Valley View(5) by 14 Alice(5) over Kingsville by 21 Hidalgo over Progreso(II) by 5 La Feria over Santa Rosa(3) by 6 La Grulla over Raymondville(3) by 1 Padilla Poll Conference AAAA D2 Game Picks - Week 2 4,5,6 September Team Listed First is Favored NR= Game Not Rated REGION I DISTRICT 1 Littlefield(3) over Bushland by 9 Iowa Park vs Cache, OK - NR Perryton over Childress(3) by 5 Vernon vs Altus, OK - NR REGION I DISTRICT 2 Fort Stockton over Lake View(5) by 1 New Deal(2) over Lamesa by 39 Greenwood over Brownfield(3) by 7 Pecos over Kermit(3) by 8 Sweetwater over Muleshoe(3) by 5 REGION I DISTRICT 3 Celina over Adams(5) by 24 Pilot Point(3) over Anna by 9 Van Alstyne(3) over Bonham by 10 Boyd(3) over Bridgeport by 8 Krum over Venus by 25 REGION I DISTRICT 4 Madison over Seagoville(5) by 16 Lincoln over Hillcrest(5) by 7 Godley over Trimble Tech(5) by 17 REGION II DISTRICT 5 Gilmer over Pine Tree(5) by 29 Cooper(3) over Rains by 6 Farmersville(3) over Community by 17 REGION II DISTRICT 6 Center over Buna(3) by 8 New Boston(3) over Pleasant Grove by 5 REGION II DISTRICT 7 Groesbeck vs Cochrane, CN - NR Teague(3) over Mexia by 1 Rusk over Crockett(3) by 10 REGION II DISTRICT 8 Hardin(3) over Huntington by 24 Franklin(3) over Madisonville by 26 Shepherd over Kountze(3) by 4 East Chambers(3) over Tarkington by 13 REGION III DISTRICT 9 Port Neches-Groves(5) over WOS by 10 Hamshire-Fannett over Anahuac(3) by 2 Hardin-Jefferson vs Beaumont Kelly - NR Kirbyville(3) over Orangefield by 10 REGION III DISTRICT 10 Texas City(5) over La Marque by 2 Worthing over Sharpstown(5) by 22 REGION III DISTRICT 11 Caldwell over Hearne(3) by 15 Giddings over Wimberley by 5 La Grange over Columbus by 13 West(3) over Salado by 10 REGION III DISTRICT 12 Royal vs Bellaire Episcopal - NR REGION IV DISTRICT 13 Jourdanton over Hondo by 13 Llano over Bangs(3) over Llano by 5 Lytle over Natalia(3) by 25 Navarro over Luling(3) by 8 REGION IV DISTRICT 14 Winn(5) over Carrizo Springs by 13 Brackenridge(5) over Devine by 6 Pearsall over Memorial(5) by 21 Crystal City over Cotulla(3) by 11 REGION IV DISTRICT 15 Yoakum over Hallettsville(3) by 7 REGION IV DISTRICT 16 Port Isabel over Rio Grande City(5) by 20 Orange Grove over Tuloso-Midway(5) by 9 Rio Hondo over Juarez(6) by 21 West Oso over Bishop(3) by 16

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  Stephenville @ Gatesville   The Jackets' shutout last week was their first in a season opener since 1998 when they blanked FW Richland 45-0. Many people expected big things from the Jacket offense this year, and they did not disappoint against Anchorage. The Jacket "O" racked up over 500 yards and 43 points. But the Wardogs stole the show in my opinion. Not only did they shut out the Wolverines they held them to 10 first downs, 148 yards of total offense including only 86 rushing. That is 130 yards below what the #1 team in Alaska had averaged in 2 games running the football. Anchorage averaged just 3 yards per rush. Another impressive stat for the Jackets is they only committed 4 penalties for 25 yards.   Stephenville heads to central Texas to take on the Gatesville Hornets. Gatesville was beaten last week by Brownwood 35-0. This will be the first meeting between these two since 1987. The Hornets and Jackets have played 10 times with Gatesville leading the series 6-4. Here is a fun fact, Gatesville handed Stephenville their 2nd worse loss in program history by beating the Jackets 82-0 in 1920, Stephenville's inaugural football season. Stephenville's worst loss came at the hands of De Leon in 1921 when the Bearcats beat the Jackets 122-0, ouch.   Let us take a look at the match up.   Stephenville Yellow Jackets (1-0) @ Gatesville Hornets (0-1):
Here are your projected starting lineups.   Gatesville Hornets   Offense Position Player Class Height Weight LT #74 Marcus Romero Sr. - - LG #58 Michael Hall Sr. - - C #56 Brian Janssen Jr. - - RG #60 Nick Moler Sr. - - RT #57 Zach Mack Jr. - - TE #5 Cooper Edmiston Jr. - - Slot #11 Andrew Wallace Sr. - - WR #19 Andraque Jones Sr. - - WR #3 Hunter Gore Sr. - - QB #12 Jeff Speer Jr. - - RB #24 Dakota Vernon Jr. - -   Defense DE #10 Alex Pittman Sr. - - NG #77 Jordan Westbrook Sr. - - DE #59 Michael Hallman Sr. - - OLB #12 Jeff Speer Jr. - - LB #6 Sam Jackson So. - - LB #5 Cooper Edmiston Jr. - - LB #33 Addison Santulan Sr. - - OLB #7 Bryce Cole Sr. - - CB #29 Matthew Bell Jr. - - CB #17 Payden Smalley So. - - FS #28 Nick Gibson Jr. - -   Stephenville Yellow Jackets   Offense Position Player Class Height Weight LT #58 Noah Perez Sr. 6'2 240 LG #79 Joaquin Talamantes Jr. 6'0 255 C #55 Grant Isham Jr. 5'10 240 RG #75 Austin Northcutt So. 5'11 245 RT #50 Austin Rudloff Sr. 6'2 235 TE #15 Josh Nowell Jr. 6'4 190 WR #88 Austin Stufflebean Sr. 6'3 190 WR #18 Darian Brown Jr. 5'11 180 Slot #5 Ben Martin Sr. 5'9 185 QB #1 Jarrett Stidham Sr. 6'3 195 RB #24 Kaegun Williams So. 5'9 180   Defense DE #7 Justice Bethea Sr. 6'1 230 NG #62 Cameron Reynolds Sr. 6'1 285 DE #20 Colby Stone Sr. 6'0 230 LB #42 Justice Wisener Sr. 6'2 210 LB #46 Dustin Lundy So. 6'1 195 LB #27 Josh Gillespie Sr. 5'10 185 LB #47 Garrett Crew Jr. 5'9 185 CB #21 Mason Yoes Jr. 5'10 165 CB #11 Rett Dittfurth So. 5'10 160 WS #80 Zoey Kendall Jr. 6'3 210 FS #17 Jon Clark Giddings Jr. 5'10 175   By the numbers:   Gatesville
Team offense
161 avg. rush yards
112 avg. pass yards
273 avg. total yards
0 avg. points   Team defense
127 avg. rush yards allowed
194 avg. pass yards allowed
321 avg. total yards allowed
35 avg. points allowed   Stephenville
Team offense
252 avg. rush yards
259 avg. pass yards
511 avg. total yards
43 avg. points   Team defense
86 avg. rush yards allowed
62 avg. pass yards allowed
148 avg. total yards allowed
0 avg. points allowed   Individual Offensive Leaders:   Gatesville Stephenville Passing C-A-I Yards TDs Jeff Speer 13-27-3 112 0 Jarrett Stidham 17-28-0 253 2   Rushing Attempts Yards TDs Jeff Speer 16 65 0 Matthew Chapman 8 89 1   Receiving Receptions Yards TDs Andraque Jones 5 67 0 Kaegun Williams 4 111 1   Key Personnel and Scouting Report   Offense
Gatesville will be the polar opposite of what we saw last week. The Hornets will spread out and throw the football around about 65-70% of the time. Speer is a dual threat and can extend the play with his feet. Jones was his go to target last week catching 5 balls for 67 yards. TE Cooper Edmiston is another play maker for the Hornets. Edmiston also doubles at middle linebacker. Gatesville struggled last week up front against Brownwood. The Hornets also turned the ball over 5 times, 3 INTs and 2 fumbles.   Defense
The Hornets played well on this side of the ball in spurts. They base out of the 3-3 stack, the same type of defense the Jackets saw last week. The front 7 especially at LB is the strength for the team. The secondary is young and struggled some against Brownwood.   Special Teams
#15 Hennessy is the place kicker. He did not get much action last week. The QB Speer is the punter. He will quick kick and traditional punt as well. Their return game is average for 4A ball.
Prediction Gatesville will be hard pressed to keep this game from getting out of hand. The Hornets young secondary vs. Stidham & Co. is a mismatch.
Stephenville 56 Gatesville 7
Now for the rest of the 3-4A picks.   Big Spring Steers (0-1) @ Monahans Loboes (1-0): The Loboes rolled Alpine last week 71-21 while the Steers stole one from Tivy 58-56. This is one of the best games in all of west Texas this week. I expect another shootout with the Steers just edging Monahans
Big Spring 42 Monahans 38   Graham Steers (1-0) @ Brownwood Lions (1-0): Brownwood will find out just how much better they are this year when they welcome the #3 ranked Graham Steers into Lion Country. I can see this contest being a 1 score game late with Graham finally putting it away.
Graham 31 Brownwood 21   Slaton Tigers (0-1) @ Snyder Tigers (0-1): Both teams were beat by 4 touchdowns last week. Snyder better get a win here or they might not get one looking at their remaining schedule.
Snyder 35 Slaton 21   Abilene Wylie Bulldogs (0-1) @ Burnet Bulldogs (1-0): One thing you can never accuse Wylie of and that is scheduling soft. Wylie faces one of the top teams from region 4 in Burnet. Burnet beat arch-rival Marble Falls 51-45 last week in OT. Wylie lost to the defending State Champ Argyle Eagles by 6 while turning the ball over 5 times. Two of those turnovers led to Eagle defensive touchdowns. Wylie gets on the winning side this week against another very good opponent.
Wylie 34 Burnet 30   Be Loud! and Be Proud! AHYCB
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