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« Reply #30 on: October 24, 2012, 08:36:36 PM »
Going into week 8 (3A District 7 Week 3):

Harris Ranking for Stephenville is #1 (247 points)
Alvarado #11 (233)
Glen Rose #16 (231)
Venus #135 (187)
Hillsboro #165 (172)

Venus @ Stephenville: Stephenville is picked to win but there is no line.

Alvarado @ Glen Rose: Alvarado is picked to win by 3

Hillsboro has the week off
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« Reply #31 on: October 28, 2012, 08:49:48 PM »
Padilla Poll
Conference AAA
Game Picks - Week 9
1,2,3 November 2012
Team Listed First is Favored
NR= Game Not Rated
Point spread over 30 in red
REGION I DISTRICT 1
Borger over Perryton by 5
Dalhart over Pampa by 6
REGION I DISTRICT 2
Estacado over Andrews by 6
Shallowater over Cooper by 24
Seminole over Levelland by 8
REGION I DISTRICT 3
Fabens over Anthony by 38
Clint over Pecos by 1
Mountain View over Fort Stockton by 4
REGION I DISTRICT 4
Greenwood over Big Spring by 12
Monahans over Sweetwater by 15
Wylie over Snyder by 25
REGION I DISTRICT 5
Burkburnett over Iowa Park by 1
Graham over Hirschi by 32
REGION I DISTRICT 6
Castleberry over Diamond Hill by 39
Kennedale over Lake Worth by 29
Springtown over Mineral Wells by 13
REGION I DISTRICT 7
Glen Rose over Venus by 36
Stephenville over Hillsboro by 65
REGION I DISTRICT 8
Gatesville over Brownwood by 1
Burnet over Llano by 11
Liberty Hill over Lampasas by 23
REGION II DISTRICT 9
Bridgeport over Sanger by 13
Gainesville over Krum by 8
REGION II DISTRICT 10
Argyle over Aubrey by 28
Lone Star over Ranchview by 22
REGION II DISTRICT 11
Ferris over Roosevelt by 6
REGION II DISTRICT 12
Bonham over Community by 15
Princeton over Melissa by 5
REGION II DISTRICT 13
Liberty-Eylau over Atlanta by 11
Paris over North Lamar by 4
Pittsburg over Pleasant Grove by 3
REGION II DISTRICT 14
Crandall over Rains by 24
Kaufman over Wills Point by 10
REGION II DISTRICT 15
Athens over Mineola by 6
Canton over Brownsboro by 13
Van over Mabank by 40
REGION II DISTRICT 16
Gilmer over Bullard by 11
Chapel Hill over Gladewater by 8
Kilgore over Henderson by 7
REGION III DISTRICT 17
China Spring over Robinson by 9
La Vega over Connally by 1
Lorena over West by 37
REGION III DISTRICT 18
Navasota over Caldwell by 52
Madisonville over Taylor by 12
REGION III DISTRICT 19
Groesbeck over Rusk by 1
Palestine over Mexia by 29
REGION III DISTRICT 20
Carthage over Diboll by 47
Jasper over Huntington by 49
REGION III DISTRICT 21
West Orange-Stark over Bridge City by 25
Buna over Orangefield by 5
Silsbee over Hardin-Jefferson by 27
REGION III DISTRICT 22
Coldspring over Cleveland by 20
Hargrave over Tarkington by 36
Shepherd over Liberty by 18
REGION III DISTRICT 23
Sterling over Washington by 14
Furr over Scarborough by 41
Worthing over Jones by 8
Yates over Kashmere by 5
REGION III DISTRICT 24
La Marque over Columbia by 13
Stafford over Sunnyside by 63
REGION IV DISTRICT 25
Bellville over Needville by 38
El Campo over Sealy by 8
Wharton over Royal by 35
REGION IV DISTRICT 26
Gonzales over Cuero by 14
Giddings over Smithville by 5
La Grange over Yoakum by 15
REGION IV DISTRICT 27
Navarro over Bandera by 27
Boerne over Canyon Lake by 6
Wimberley over Fredericksburg by 26
REGION IV DISTRICT 28
La Vernia over Houston by 9
Pleasanton over Somerset by 5
REGION IV DISTRICT 29
Devine over Carrizo Springs by 40
Pearsall over Crystal City by 1
Hondo over Lytle by 16
REGION IV DISTRICT 30
Ingleside over Rockport-Fulton by 23
Orange Grove over Robstown by 28
Sinton over West Oso by 30
REGION IV DISTRICT 31
La Grulla over Zapata by 10
Kingsville over Lyford by 9
REGION IV DISTRICT 32
Hidalgo over Progreso by 34
Rio Hondo over Port Isabel by 4
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« Reply #32 on: October 30, 2012, 08:41:30 PM »
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Stephenville @ Hillsboro

 

Stephenville did what they were suppose to do last week against Venus. It was apparent from the opening kickoff that Stephenville was going to dominate the game as Preston Brown returned it 90 yards for a touchdown. The Jackets took care of business and the depth received valuable playing time.

 

Stephenville heads to Hillsboro this Friday for their last district and regular season game. The Jackets will secure their first outright district title since 2009 with a victory over the Eagles. Stephenville will be heavily favored in this matchup. I apologize a head of time but online information about Hillsboro including stats is very limited and not complete.

 

Stephenville Yellow Jackets (7-1) @ Hillsboro Eagles (1-7):
Here are your projected starting lineups.

 

Hillsboro

 

Offense
Position Player Class Height Weight
LT #51 Pedro Salvador Sr. - -
LG #60 Edgar Mendieta Jr. - -
C #70 David Hernandez So. - -
RG #57 Alfredo Librado Sr. - -
RT #78 Eric Zavala Jr. - -
TE #80 Mikel Lewis Sr. - -
WR #6 Deontre Richardson So. - -
WR #3 Bryan Segura Sr. - -
H #30 Prestand Harris Sr. - -
QB #13 Garrett Lane Sr. - -
TB #20 Dexter Green Sr. - -
 
Defense
DE #60 Edgar Mendieta Jr. - -
NG #57 Alfredo Librado Sr. - -
DE #80 Mikel Lewis Sr. - -
OLB #2 Chris Pointer Sr. - -
ILB #90 Gabe Reese Jr. - -
ILB #44 Marcos Alfaro Sr. - -
OLB #30 Prestand Harris Sr. - -
CB #12 Ricky Williams Jr. - -
CB #6 Deontre Richardson So. - -
S #3 Bryan Segura Sr. - -
S #11 D'Korey-A Johnson Jr. - -

 

Stephenville Yellow Jackets

 

Offense
Position Player Class Height Weight
LT #64 Bryan Manley Sr. 6'4 315
LG #53 Matt Diaz Jr. 6'0 275
C #51 Tyler Ferguson Jr. 5'11 255
RG #61 Max Jones Jr. 6'2 230
RT #50 Dayton Laxson Sr. 5'11 210
TE #38 Brock Morrison So. 5'11 190
WR #1 Jarrett Stidham So. 6'3 190
WR #10 Alex Sanchez Sr. 5'10 180
WR #88 Brice Gunter Sr. 6'3 195
QB #2 Tyler Jones Sr. 6'3 205
RB #22 Witt Westbrook Sr. 5'10 195
 
Defense
DE #25 Chase Varnado Sr. 6'1 220
NG #55 Kody Hook Sr. 6'3 290
DE #35 Jonah Noah Jr. 6'2 215
OLB #7 CJ Cline Sr. 5'11 185
ILB #40 David Jackson Jr. 5'10 190
ILB #31 Kobe Beavers Jr. 5'10 200
OLB #22 Witt Westbrook Sr. 5'10 195
CB #23 Preston Brown Sr. 5'10 175
CB #21 Tyler Petit Sr. 5'9 165
SS #8 Tyler Isham Jr. 6'0 180
FS #13 Mookie Carlile Jr. 6'2 190

 

By the numbers:

 

Hillsboro
Team offense

- avg. rush yards
- avg. pass yards
- avg. total yards
15.6 avg. points

 

Team defense
- avg. rush yards allowed
- avg. pass yards allowed
- avg. total yards allowed
32.4 avg. points allowed

 

Stephenville
Team offense
160.1 avg. rush yards
255.5 avg. pass yards
415.6 avg. total yards
38 avg. points

 

Team defense
168.3 avg. rush yards allowed
124.8 avg. pass yards allowed
293 avg. total yards allowed
20 avg. points allowed

 

Individual Offensive Leaders:

 

Hillsboro
Stephenville
Passing C-A-I Yards TDs
- - - -
Tyler Jones 153-224-4 1,969 18
 
Rushing Attempts Yards TDs
- - - -
Witt Westbrook 119 659 7
 
Receiving Receptions Yards TDs
- - - -
Brice Gunter 48 638 8

 

Key Personnel and Scouting Report

 

Offense
Hillsboro runs a multiple look offense based out of the spread. I was able to find stats on 5 of Hillsboro's 8 games. They were fairly balanced but gained more yards through the air than on the ground in all 5 games.

 

Defense
The Eagles base out of the 3-4 which we have seen quite a bit of this season. They are like most 3-4 teams in they are varied in how they bring pressure and like to bring it often. The 5 games I have stats on the Eagles have given up over 300 yards rushing in 4 of the 5 games.

 

Special Teams
Hillsboro is inconsistent in special teams play.


Prediction

This is an extreme mismatch on the football field. The Jackets will roll in this one and the main goal is to come out healthy. Stephenville will officially be the 7-3A district champs Friday night. DC-16 (or 15 this year :-)
Stephenville 63 Hillsboro 0


Now for the rest of the 7-4A picks.

 

Glen Rose Tigers (7-1) @ Venus Bulldogs (7-1): It is my opinion that Glen Rose is the best team Stephenville has played thus far, with that said the Tigers will dominate this game.
Glen Rose 56 Venus 14

 

 


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« Reply #33 on: October 31, 2012, 02:02:50 PM »
Going into week 9 (3A District 7 Week 4):

Harris Ranking for:
Stephenville #1 (248 points)
Glen Rose #13 (232)
Alvarado #17 (230)
Venus #133 (188)
Hillsboro #165 (172)

Stephenville @ Hillsboro: Stephenville is picked to win but there is no line.

Glen Rose @ Venus: Glen Rose is picked to win by 42

Alvarado has the week off
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« Reply #35 on: November 05, 2012, 08:03:50 PM »
Padilla Poll
Conference AAA
Game Picks - Week 10
8,9,10 November 2012
Team Listed First is Favored
NR= Game Not Rated
Point spread 30 or more in red
REGION I DISTRICT 1
Borger over River Road by 19
Dalhart over Perryton by 8
REGION I DISTRICT 2
Andrews over Seminole by 3
Estacado over Cooper by 6
Shallowater over Levelland by 21
REGION I DISTRICT 3
Mountain View over Anthony by 51
Clint over Fabens by 9
Pecos over Fort Stockton by 9
REGION I DISTRICT 4
Monahans over Big Spring by 21
Greenwood over Snyder by 8
Wylie over Sweetwater by 19
REGION I DISTRICT 5
Graham over Burkburnett by 33
Vernon over Iowa Park by 27
REGION I DISTRICT 6
Lake Worth over Castleberry by 2
Springtown over Diamond Hill by 66
Kennedale over Mineral Wells by 27
REGION I DISTRICT 7
Alvarado over Venus by 30
Glen Rose over Hillsboro by 54
REGION I DISTRICT 8
Brownwood over Llano by 21
Burnet over Lampasas by 21
Gatesville over Liberty Hill by 15
REGION II DISTRICT 9
Gainesville over Bridgeport by 13
Decatur over Sanger by 10
REGION II DISTRICT 10
Argyle over Celina by 4
Aubrey over Ranchview by 18
REGION II DISTRICT 11
Madison over Wilmer-Hutchins by 19
REGION II DISTRICT 12
Melissa over Anna by 21
Princeton over Community by 31
REGION II DISTRICT 13
Atlanta over Pittsburg by 9
Paris over Liberty-Eylau by 12
North Lamar over Pleasant Grove by 19
REGION II DISTRICT 14
Ford over Crandall by 7
Wills Point over Rains by 21
REGION II DISTRICT 15
Athens over Brownsboro by 3
Van over Canton by 4
Mineola over Mabank by 7
REGION II DISTRICT 16
Bullard over Spring Hill by 19
Kilgore over Gilmer by 3
Henderson over Gladewater by 23
REGION III DISTRICT 17
Lorena over China Spring by 1
Connally over West by 36
La Vega over Robinson by 4
REGION III DISTRICT 18
Rockdale over Caldwell by 15
Navasota over Taylor by 39
REGION III DISTRICT 19
Fairfield over Palestine by 3
Rusk over Mexia by 17
REGION III DISTRICT 20
Jasper over Center by 1
Diboll over Huntington by 16
REGION III DISTRICT 21
Bridge City over Orangefield by 2
Hardin-Jefferson over Hamshire-Fannett by 8
West Orange-Stark over Silsbee by 12
REGION III DISTRICT 22
Cleveland over Shepherd by 10
Hargrave over Splendora by 21
Liberty over Tarkington by 18
REGION III DISTRICT 23
Washington over Scarborough by 42
Furr over Worthing by 4
Yates over Jones by 14
Kashmere over Sterling by 7
REGION III DISTRICT 24
Sweeny over Sunnyside by 61
La Marque over Stafford by 36
REGION IV DISTRICT 25
Bellville over Sealy by 6
El Campo over Columbus by 26
Needville over Royal by 4
REGION IV DISTRICT 26
La Grange over Cuero by 2
Yoakum over Giddings by 9
Gonzales over Smithville by 6
REGION IV DISTRICT 27
Fredericksburg over Bandera by 4
Wimberley over Bandera by 31
Navarro over Canyon Lake by 19
REGION IV DISTRICT 28
Houston over Poteet by 3
Somerset over La Vernia by 15
REGION IV DISTRICT 29
Pearsall over Carrizo Springs by 1
Lytle over Crystal City by 16
Devine over Hondo by 20
REGION IV DISTRICT 30
Ingleside over Orange Grove by 11
Sinton over Robstown by 36
Rockport-Fulton over West Oso by 10
REGION IV DISTRICT 31
Kingsville over La Grulla by 18
Raymondville over Lyford by 1
REGION IV DISTRICT 32
Hidalgo over La Feria by 13
Rio Hondo over Progreso by 30

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« Reply #37 on: November 13, 2012, 09:38:13 AM »
Padilla Poll
Conference AAA
Playoff Game Picks - Week 1
15,16,17 November 2012
Team Listed First is Favored
NR= Game Not Rated
Point spread 30 or more in red
Division I Region I
Borger over Andrews by 2
Wylie over Mountain View by 29
Kennedale over Burkburnett by 33
Stephenville over Burnet by 30
Division I Region II
Gainesville over Lone Star by 17
Princeton over Ferris by 23
Paris over Kaufman by 24
Kilgore over Athens by 19
Division I Region III
La Vega over Taylor by 28
Carthage over Palestine by 16
Silsbee over Hargrave by 14
Stafford over Yates by 1
Division I Region IV
El Campo over La Grange by 17
Boerne over Somerset by 1
Ingleside over Carrizo Springs by 31
Kingsville over Hidalgo by 8
 
Division II Region I
Perryton over Estacado by 4
Greenwood over Clint by 16
Graham over Lake Worth by 29
Glen Rose over Brownwood by 13
Shallowater over Dalhart by 11
Monahans over Pecos by 20
Springtown over Vernon by 4
Gatesville over Alvarado by 6
Division II Region II
Celina over Krum by 5
Bonham over Madison by 1
North Lamar over Ford by 7
Henderson over Van by 1
Argyle over Bridgeport by 34
Melissa over Roosevelt by 31
Atlanta over Wills Point by 9
Gilmer over Canton by 19
Division II Region III
Lorena over Rockdale by 22
Fairfield over Center by 2
West Orange-Stark over Cleveland by 29
Columbia over Kashmere by 8
Navasota over China Spring by 25
Jasper over Groesbeck by 10
Coldspring over Bridge City by 17
La Marque over Furr by 50
Division II Region IV
Bellville over Cuero by 3
Wimberley over La Vernia by 21
Orange Grove over Devine by 3
Raymondville over La Feria by 4
Wharton over Yoakum by 3
Navarro over Pleasanton by 12
Sinton over Lytle by 28
Port Isabel over Lyford by 21
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« Reply #38 on: November 14, 2012, 05:55:44 PM »
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Stephenville vs. Burnet

 

This is my favorite time of year. The holidays are starting, deer season is in full swing, the college football bowl picture is coming into focus, and Texas High School Playoff Football is upon us. After a much needed bye the Jackets are ready to start the 3rd leg of their hopeful run to the state championship. The first opponent in this football tournament is the Burnet Bulldogs. Burnet comes in with a 5-5 record and as the 3rd place team out of district 8-3A. The Bulldogs started the season off slow but have really come on as of late. They won their last 3 district games against Liberty Hill, Llano, and Lampasas, and they averaged 45 points a game in doing so. Burnet is a hot team and the Jackets must treat every opponent from here on out as they are the best team they have faced, because it is win or go home!.

 

Stephenville Yellow Jackets (8-1) vs. Burnet Bulldogs (5-5):
Here are your projected starting lineups.

 

Burnet

 

Offense
Position Player Class Height Weight
LT #76 Zach McKleskey Jr. 6'1 240
LG #74 James Nesom Sr. 6'1 265
C #52 Cody Letterman Sr. 6'0 200
RG #72 Sam Porter Jr. 6'3 288
RT #50 McHazlett So. 5'10 190
WR #34 Cameron Langley Sr. 6'2 200
WR #20 Jordan Barnard Sr. 6'2 180
WR #11 Blayne Parisher Jr. 5'11 175
H #5 Cory Cavender So. 5'9 150
QB #7 Derek Kiser Jr. 6'1 175
TB #14 Trenton Hafley Jr. 5'10 185
 
Defense
DE #73 Austin Esposito Sr. 6'0 205
NG #66 BJ Walker Sr. 5'10 205
DE #10 Cameron Chafin So. 6'0 188
OLB #8 Aaron Johns Sr. 6'0 195
ILB #44 Hunter Thomas Jr. 5'9 188
ILB #40 Kody Hall So. 6'1 185
OLB #34 Cameron Langley Sr. 6'2 200
CB #1 Jeremy Ayers Jr. 5'11 156
CB #23 Travis Massingill So. 5'11 155
SS #11 Blayne Parisher Jr. 5'11 175
FS #12 Tyler Krause Jr. 6'1 165

 

Stephenville Yellow Jackets

 

Offense
Position Player Class Height Weight
LT #64 Bryan Manley Sr. 6'4 315
LG #53 Matt Diaz Jr. 6'0 275
C #51 Tyler Ferguson Jr. 5'11 255
RG #61 Max Jones Jr. 6'2 230
RT #50 Dayton Laxson Sr. 5'10 210
TE #38 Brock Morrison So. 5'11 190
WR #1 Jarrett Stidham So. 6'3 190
WR #10 Alex Sanchez Sr. 5'10 180
WR #88 Brice Gunter Sr. 6'3 195
QB #2 Tyler Jones Sr. 6'3 205
RB #22 Witt Westbrook Sr. 5'10 195
 
Defense
DE #25 Chase Varnado Sr. 6'1 220
NG #55 Kody Hook Sr. 6'3 290
DE #35 Jonah Noah Jr. 6'2 215
OLB #7 CJ Cline Sr. 5'11 185
ILB #40 David Jackson Jr. 5'10 190
ILB #31 Kobe Beavers Jr. 5'10 200
OLB #22 Witt Westbrook Sr. 5'10 195
CB #23 Preston Brown Sr. 5'10 175
CB #21 Tyler Petit Sr. 5'9 165
SS #8 Tyler Isham Jr. 6'0 180
FS #13 Mookie Carlile Jr. 6'2 190

 

Stephenville
Burnet
Monterrey Tec L 17-27 Fredricksburg W 26-21
Aledo W 41-28 @ Rockdale L 17-24
Beaumont Ozen W 31-6 @ Marble Falls L 34-51
@ Waco La Vega W 43-22 Canyon Lake W 37-31
Amarillo W 35-14 @ Taylor L 7-9
Glen Rose W 48-30 Brownwood L 13-25
@ Alvarado W 32-20 @ Gatesville L 19-44
Venus W 56-13 Liberty Hill W 44-36
@ Hillsboro W 63-13 @ Llano W 62-34
Bye - Lampasas W 29-27

 

 

By the numbers: (I don't have complete stats on Burnet)

 

Burnet
Team offense

127.4 avg. rush yards
289.5 avg. pass yards
416.9 avg. total yards
28.8 avg. points

 

Team defense
- avg. rush yards allowed
- avg. pass yards allowed
- avg. total yards allowed
30.2 avg. points allowed

 

Stephenville
Team offense
174 avg. rush yards
246 avg. pass yards
420 avg. total yards
40.8 avg. points

 

Team defense
159.1 avg. rush yards allowed
120.6 avg. pass yards allowed
279.1 avg. total yards allowed
19.2 avg. points allowed

 

Individual Offensive Leaders:

 

Burnet
Stephenville
Passing C-A-I Yards TDs
Derek Kiser 176-273-13 2,720 20
Tyler Jones 162-241-4 2,128 22
 
Rushing Attempts Yards TDs
Trenton Hafley 178 875 6
Witt Westbrook 132 778 9
 
Receiving Receptions Yards TDs
Jordan Barnard 56 739 4
Brice Gunter 51 693 8

 

Key Personnel and Scouting Report

 

Offense
The Bulldogs run a balanced spread attack led by QB Derek Kiser. Kiser has been on fire lately and was a Ford Truck player of week after the Bulldogs 62-34 win over Llano. Kiser was 164-257-? for 2,.263 yards and 19 touchdowns going into the district finale last week against Lampasas. Kiser's go to target has been lanky Cameron Langley. Langley is one of the best overall athletes on the team and goes both ways. The Bulldogs have another big receiver in 6'2 Jordan Barnard. The Burnet OL has good size and does a good job pass blocking for Kiser. The leading ground gainer is #14 Trenton Hafley.

 

Defense
Burnet bases out of the 3-4 defense. The 3-4 seems to be the defense of choice in Texas now with so many teams running the spread. The Bulldogs have struggled to be consistent on this side of the ball all year. I only have stats for 6 of Burnet's games but in 5 of those games the Bulldogs have given up over 250 yards passing, and the 6th game was against run heavy Liberty Hill which they gave up 373 yards rushing.

 

Special Teams
Burnet's return teams have been pretty average for high school but their coverage teams have been very good. They have recovered several pooch kicks. #2 Austin Huff handles both the place kicking and punting duties, and he is a good one. Huff is left footed and punts the ball rugby style. He has good strong leg for kickoffs and is very good at the pooch kick.


Prediction

Burnet is a fairly young team with a new coaching staff this year. As their record indicates they have been somewhat up and down. Offensively they have some weapons to stress the Jacket defense. Defensively they will have a very hard time stopping Jones & Co. I look for a fired up bunch of Jackets as this is the group that took them out in the 7 on 7 state tourney. That does not bode well for the Bulldogs
Stephenville 49 Burnet 21


Now for the rest of the 7-4A picks.

 

Glen Rose Tigers (9-1) vs. Brownwood Lions (6-4): This may be the best Glen Rose team ever. The Lions are still probable a year away from being top shelf again. These two have some playoff history and that bad taste for Glen Rose will fuel a dominating performance by the Tigers..
Glen Rose 52 Brownwood 20

 

Alvarado Indians (7-3) vs. Gatesville Hornets (10-0): Gatesville has been one of the more impressive teams in region 1 this year. They have run the table so far and domminated 8-3A in the process. We know what Alvarado brings to the table and that is a damn good battle tested football team. This game will be the most competitive of the 3 district 7-3A vs. 8-3A matchups. Gatesville has a very good spread offense led by the potent Cole Edminston at QB. My head says Gatesville but my heart says Alvarado. I am going to follow my heart this game.
Alvarado 30 Gatesville 28

 

 


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« Reply #39 on: November 18, 2012, 08:08:14 PM »
Padilla Poll
Conference AAA
Playoff Game Picks - Week 2
23,24 November 2012
Team Listed First is Favored
Division I Region I
Wylie over Andrews by 22
Stephenville over Kennedale by 21
Division I Region II
Gainesville over Princeton by 10
Kilgore over Paris by 9
Division I Region III
Carthage over Taylor by 21
Silsbee over Stafford by 18
Division I Region IV
El Campo over Somerset by 11
Kingsville over Ingleside by 1
Division II Region I
Greenwood over Perryton by 4
Glen Rose over Graham by 6
Shallowater over Monahans by 4
Gatesville over Vernon by 17
Division II Region II
Celina over Madison by 18
Henderson over Ford by 29
Argyle over Melissa by 16
Gilmer over Atlanta by 17
Division II Region III
Lorena over Fairfield by 5
West Orange-Stark over Columbia by 16
Navasota over Jasper by 16
La Marque over Coldspring by 7
Division II Region IV
Bellville over Wimberley by 11
Orange Grove over Raymondville by 15
Wharton over Navarro by 1
Sinton over Port Isabel by 6
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Stephenville vs. Kennedale

 

One down four to go! The Jackets started their 2012 playoff run in dominating fashion last week by dismantling the Burnet Bulldogs 56-27. Stephenville came out firing on all cylinders. The score was 28-0 after the first quarter and the Jackets had 296 yards to Burnet's 6. The Bulldogs only made one first down in the opening frame and only 4 in the first half. Stephenville held a commanding 49-6 lead at half time. It was the best Stephenville's offense had looked all season as they were nearly flawless. That is a good thing to see as Stephenville tries for their 5th state championship

 

The Jackets travel up 281 to take on the Kennedale Wildcats at the beautiful Ram stadium in Mineral Wells. Kennedale comes in with a 9-2 record. Their only losses were to Mansfield Legacy 41-10 and Argyle 44-13. The Wildcats absolutely dominated district 6-3A with an average score of 62-9. Kennedale is a team with a ton of talent playing with a high level of confidence. Those ingredients make for a tough opponent. The Jackets will need to bring their "A" game to move on to the next round.

 

Stephenville Yellow Jackets (9-1) vs. Kennedale Wildcats (9-2):
Here are your projected starting lineups.

 

Kennedale

 

Offense
Position Player Class Height Weight
LT #65 Taylor Smith Sr. - -
LG #64 Hunter Smith Sr. 5'11 196
C #51 Nathan Ward Jr. 6'1 244
RG #79 Victor Vilchez Jr. 6'0 220
RT #74 Marshall Moody Jr. 5'11 280
TE #82 Dalton Vondra Sr. 6'5 260
WR #5 Jake Michener So. 6'1 160
WB #26 Ronald Hayes So. - -
QB #3 Zac Michener Sr. - -
FB #33 Donny Darville Jr. 5'8 160
TB #20 Juwan Washington So. 5'7 158
 
Defense
DE #70 Hunter McGahan Sr. 6'2 200
DT #62 Hugo Giron Jr. - -
DT #72 Devin Jackson Sr. - -
DE #52 Brealon Schwartz Sr. 5'11 210
SLB #28 Fred Scott Sr. 6'0 228
MLB #23 Brett Wade Sr. 6'1 220
WLB #9 Trey McGahan Sr. 6'2 200
CB #42 DaShawn Drummond Sr. - -
CB #11 Sterling Dickens Sr. 5'10 170
SS #1 Trei Pitre Sr. 5'10 175
FS #3 Zac Michener Sr. - -

 

Stephenville Yellow Jackets

 

Offense
Position Player Class Height Weight
LT #64 Bryan Manley Sr. 6'4 315
LG #53 Matt Diaz Jr. 6'0 275
C #51 Tyler Ferguson Jr. 5'11 255
RG #61 Max Jones Jr. 6'2 230
RT #50 Dayton Laxson Sr. 5'10 210
TE #38 Brock Morrison So. 5'11 190
WR #1 Jarrett Stidham So. 6'3 190
WR #10 Alex Sanchez Sr. 5'10 180
WR #88 Brice Gunter Sr. 6'3 195
QB #2 Tyler Jones Sr. 6'3 205
RB #22 Witt Westbrook Sr. 5'10 195
 
Defense
DE #25 Chase Varnado Sr. 6'1 220
NG #55 Kody Hook Sr. 6'3 290
DE #35 Jonah Noah Jr. 6'2 215
OLB #7 CJ Cline Sr. 5'11 185
ILB #40 David Jackson Jr. 5'10 190
ILB #31 Kobe Beavers Jr. 5'10 200
OLB #22 Witt Westbrook Sr. 5'10 195
CB #23 Preston Brown Sr. 5'10 175
CB #21 Tyler Petit Sr. 5'9 165
SS #8 Tyler Isham Jr. 6'0 180
FS #13 Mookie Carlile Jr. 6'2 190

 

Stephenville
Kennedale
Monterrey Tec L 17-27 @ Crowley W 42-38
Aledo W 41-28 Mansfield Legacy L 10-41
Beaumont Ozen W 31-6 Wilmer Hutchins W 66-52
@ Waco La Vega W 43-22 @ Argyle L 13-44
Amarillo W 35-14 @ Texas High W 25-13
Glen Rose* W 48-30 Springtown* W 48-17
@ Alvarado* W 32-20 FW Diamond HJ* W 83-0
Venus* W 56-13 @ FW Castleberry* W 62-0
@ Hillsboro* W 63-13 Lake Worth* W 52-0
Bye - @ Mineral Wells* W 63-28
vs. Burnet** W 56-27 vs. Burkburnett** W 68-0
*= District Game **= Playoff Game

 

 

By the numbers:

 

Kennedale
Team offense

411.5 avg. rush yards
35.1 avg. pass yards
446.5 avg. total yards
48.4 avg. points

 

Team defense
101.1 avg. rush yards allowed
98.0 avg. pass yards allowed
199.1 avg. total yards allowed
21.2 avg. points allowed

 

Stephenville
Team offense
180.6 avg. rush yards
253.0 avg. pass yards
433.6 avg. total yards
42.3 avg. points

 

Team defense
150.3 avg. rush yards allowed
129.8 avg. pass yards allowed
280.1 avg. total yards allowed
20.0 avg. points allowed

 

Individual Offensive Leaders:

 

Kennedale
Stephenville
Passing C-A-I Yards TDs
Zac Michener 25-68-0 362 4
Tyler Jones 180-264-4 2,444 26
 
Rushing Attempts Yards TDs
Juwan Washington 163 1,491 17
Witt Westbrook 137 842 10
 
Receiving Receptions Yards TDs
Dalton Vondra 10 107 1
Brice Gunter 51 693 8

 

Key Personnel and Scouting Report

 

Offense
Kennedale is a run oriented team based out of the Wing-T. Stephenville has seen several run based teams this year but none that rely on it as much as the Wildcats do. Kennedale will run the football 92% of time. They are very good at what they do, their speed and misdirection make opposing defenses play assignment football. The Wildcats have the speed that if you miss an assignment it will result in a big play. Leading the way for Kennedale is sophomore sensation Juwan Washington. Washington has 1,491 yards on the year and is averaging 9.1 yards per rush. The young man can shake and bake with speed to burn. Fullback Darville and QB Michener both have over 740 yards rushing. They truly come out you from all directions. Michener is only completing 37% of his passes but when he does go to the air he will be looking for his big TE Vondra who at 6'5 260 is a difficult cover. .

 

Defense
Kennedale bases out of the 4-3 defense, and even with the success on the offensive side of the ball, the Wildcats came into the season looking to hang their hat on defense. And for good reason too as they returned 10 starters from last years squad according to DCTF. Without a doubt the strength of this bunch is the LB core led by middle linebacker Brett Wade. Wade is a big time college prospect and a 2nd team Super Team LB in Dave Campbell's. The other two linebackers Scott and McGahan are very talented and should play on Saturdays as well. It doesn't stop there as Kennedale can bring pressure with their very quick defensive ends. The Wildcat secondary has had some struggles and have not been tested much in district play, but their good speed allows them to make up for any mistakes in a hurry.

 

Special Teams
The Stephenville coverage teams will need to be in top form this week as Kennedale has outstanding speed in the return game. The kicking game is very average.


Prediction

This will be the fastest team Stephenville has seen since Waco La Vega and Stephenville will be the best team Kennedale has seen since late September. Which team that can adjust the quickest to the raised level of play will definitely have an upper hand. This is where Stephenville's brutal non-district schedule will pay off. But ultimately this game will come down to Kennedale's ability to keep Stephenville honest in the passing game. They have not shown that they can do that on a consistent basis this season. The Jackets will keep the vaunted Wildcat rush attack in check and pull away late. I have a feeling this will be one of those games where it will be much closer than what the final scoreboard will show
Stephenville 41 Kennedale 20


Now for the rest of the 7-4A picks.

 

Glen Rose Tigers (10-1) vs. Graham Steers (10-1): Glen Rose surprisingly struggled with Brownwood last week winning with a late TD 14-10. Graham meanwhile took care of business against Lake Worth 44-7. The Steers lone loss was to #2 Abilene Wylie 31-7. They have two common opponents Brownwood and Mineral Wells. Graham beat Brownwood 28-7 and Mineral Wells 53-7. Glen Rose took out Brownwood 14-10 and Mineral Wells 30-7. These two teams are about as evenly matched as it gets. I believe Coach Dunn and the Tigers find a way to get past a very talented Graham squad.
Glen Rose 38 Graham 35

 

 

 


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« Reply #42 on: November 25, 2012, 10:10:21 PM »
Padilla Poll
Conference AAA
Playoff Game Picks - Week 3
30 November, 1 December 2012
Team Listed First is Favored
Division I Region I
Stephenville over Wylie by 8
Division I Region II
Kilgore over Gainesville by 9
Division I Region III
Carthage over Silsbee by 5
Division I Region IV
El Campo over Ingleside by 15
DI State Chapionship Game
Cowboys Stadium, Arlington
14 December, 7:30 PM
Region I v II winner is home
Division II Region I
Graham over Greenwood by 6
Gatesville over Monahans by 7
Division II Region II
Henderson over Celina by 8
Argyle over Gilmer by 1
Division II Region III
West Orange-Stark over Lorena by 10
Navasota over La Marque by 7
Division II Region IV
Bellville over Orange Grove by 9
Navarro over Port Isabel by 9
DII State Chapionship Game
Cowboys Stadium, Arlington
21 December, 4 PM
Region I v II winner is home

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Stephenville vs. Abilene Wylie

 

Two down three to go! Stephenville came into their 2nd round matchup against a hot Kennedale team. The Jackets not only won the game they did so in dominating fashion beating Kennedale 56-24. The Wildcats had been averaging over 60 points a game and giving up less than 10 since district play started. Their defense was only allowing 199 yards of total offense for the season, 101 rushing and 98 passing. Kennedale had two D1 caliber linebackers on defense to boot. All this did little to stop the Jacket offense from their most impressive performance of the season. Stephenville rolled 700 yards of offense including 486 passing from Tyler Jones and another 214 on the ground. Jones had 114 of those rushing yards to give him 600 yards of total offense. Jones' 486 passing yards and 8 passing touchdowns both set single game school records. The 486 passing yards bested Kendal Briles' 477 against Cleburne in 1999 and his 8 TD passes beat the record of 5 set by several Jacket signal callers. The recipient of 10 of those passes for 224 yards and 4 TD's was Brice Gunter. The 224 yards receiving was good enough for 3rd most receiving yards in Jacket history. Behind only Cody Cardwell's 298 against Southlake Carroll in 1998 and Josh Bashaw's 230 versus Brownwood in 2000. Not to be out done the Wardogs held their ground against a very potent Kennedale rush attack that had been averaging over 411 yards and 48 points a game. The first team defense held the Wildcats to under 230 yards rushing,17 points, and forcing the Wildcats into 7 three and outs.This Jacket team seems to of found another gear for the playoffs. Stephenville fans this is a special team and you need to come out and support them if you don't already. If last week is any indication I have two more Cody's Corner to write.

 

Every rung up that championship ladder gets a little bit steeper and tougher to climb. Stephenville takes on tradition rich Abilene Wylie this Friday for the region 1 championship. The winner earns the right to move on and keep the dream alive one more week. Wylie comes in with an impressive record of 12-0 and the #2 ranking in the AP 3A poll. The Bulldogs beat Andrews last week 56-0. They scored all 56 points in the first half and cruised the rest of the way letting the 2nd string and underclassmen get valuable playoff experience. Wylie has some impressive regular season wins over Argyle 31-14, Graham 31-7, Monahans 20-17, and Midland Greenwood 48-20, all teams that are still playing. These two teams are almost a mirror image of each other. Football fans everywhere should be treated to a Texas High School Playoff Classic this Friday. It should be nothing short than a battle on the gridiron.

 

#3 Stephenville Yellow Jackets (10-1) vs. #2 Abilene Wylie Bulldogs (12-0):
Here are your projected starting lineups.

 

Wylie

 

Offense
Position Player Class Height Weight
LT #79 Christian Gauch Sr. 6'5 275
LG #58 Jonathan Hibler Sr. 6'0 200
C #73 Deandre Key Sr. 6'2 205
RG #50 Riley Olson Sr. 6'4 290
RT #77 Colby Darrow Jr. 6'1 235
TE #83 Sterling Bristow Sr. 6'2 205
WR #14 Shante Brown Sr. 5'11 170
WR #86 Tyler Roberson Sr. 6'3 185
QB #11 Taylor Grant Sr. 5'11 185
FB #44 Tye Calhoun Jr. 5'11 180
TB #33 Garrett Martin Sr. 5'10 175
 
Defense
DE #89 Baylen Baker So. 6'2 225
NG #66 Zach Toomer Sr. 5'11 225
DE #38 Jonathan Bott Sr. 6'3 200
OLB #47 Jaxon Bounds Jr. 6'0 180
ILB #40 Jake Linn Sr. 6'0 220
ILB #83 Sterling Bristow Sr. 6'2 205
OLB #41 Hayden Lewis Jr. 5'10 180
CB #14 Shante Brown Sr. 5'11 170
CB #5 Paul Goodrich Sr. 6'0 180
S #10 Patrick Walker Sr. 6'1 165
S #32 Zerrie Mack Sr. 6'0 175

 

Stephenville Yellow Jackets

 

Offense
Position Player Class Height Weight
LT #64 Bryan Manley Sr. 6'4 315
LG #53 Matt Diaz Jr. 6'0 275
C #51 Tyler Ferguson Jr. 5'11 255
RG #61 Max Jones Jr. 6'2 230
RT #50 Dayton Laxson Sr. 5'10 210
TE #38 Brock Morrison So. 5'11 190
WR #1 Jarrett Stidham So. 6'3 190
WR #10 Alex Sanchez Sr. 5'10 180
WR #88 Brice Gunter Sr. 6'3 195
QB #2 Tyler Jones Sr. 6'3 205
RB #22 Witt Westbrook Sr. 5'10 195
 
Defense
DE #25 Chase Varnado Sr. 6'1 220
NG #55 Kody Hook Sr. 6'3 290
DE #35 Jonah Noah Jr. 6'2 215
OLB #7 CJ Cline Sr. 5'11 185
ILB #40 David Jackson Jr. 5'10 190
ILB #31 Kobe Beavers Jr. 5'10 200
OLB #22 Witt Westbrook Sr. 5'10 195
CB #23 Preston Brown Sr. 5'10 175
CB #21 Tyler Petit Sr. 5'9 165
SS #8 Tyler Isham Jr. 6'0 180
FS #13 Mookie Carlile Jr. 6'2 190

 

Stephenville
Wylie
Monterrey Tec L 17-27 @ Argyle W 31-14
Aledo W 41-28 Bridgeport W 42-0
Beaumont Ozen W 31-6 Graham W 31-7
@ Waco La Vega W 43-22 @ Brownwood W 38-14
Amarillo W 35-14 Lubbock Estacado W 40-18
Glen Rose* W 48-30 @ Big Spring* W 42-24
@ Alvarado* W 32-20 Monahans* W 20-17
Venus* W 56-13 @ Midland Greenwood* W 48-20
@ Hillsboro* W 63-13 @ Snyder* W 34-6
Bye - Sweetwater* W 55-20
vs. Burnet** W 56-27 vs. Clint Mountain View** W 48-21
vs. Kennedale** W 56-24 vs. Andrews** W 56-0
*= District Game **= Playoff Game

 

 

By the numbers:

 

Wylie
Team offense

227.5 avg. rush yards
179.8 avg. pass yards
407.3 avg. total yards
40.5 avg. points

 

Team defense
117.4 avg. rush yards allowed
84.0 avg. pass yards allowed
201.41 avg. total yards allowed
13.4 avg. points allowed

 

Stephenville
Team offense
183.6 avg. rush yards
274.2 avg. pass yards
457.8 avg. total yards
43.5 avg. points

 

Team defense
167.5 avg. rush yards allowed
119.0 avg. pass yards allowed
286.5 avg. total yards allowed
20.4 avg. points allowed

 

Individual Offensive Leaders:

 

Wylie
Stephenville
Passing C-A-I Yards TDs
Taylor Grant 155-221-4 2,149 30
Tyler Jones 203-294-4 2,930 34
 
Rushing Attempts Yards TDs
Garrett Martin 204 1,366 18
Witt Westbrook 146 893 10
 
Receiving Receptions Yards TDs
Shante Brown 20 357 6
Brice Gunter 66 1,034 14

 

Key Personnel and Scouting Report

 

Offense
Wylie is much like Stephenville in their offensive philosophy. They are a multiple offense that will lineup in many formations. They are very balanced and adept at taking what the defense is giving. The QB Grant has been very solid completing 70% of his passes for a great 30 to 4 touchdown to interception ratio. He is accurate, strong armed, but not much of a running threat. The Bulldogs have two capable backs in Calhoun and Martin. Martin is the bell cow of bunch. He is a tough physical runner that has great hands out of the back field. Grant has been very good at spreading the ball around. The leading receiver and big play threat is Shante Brown. He has the speed to take it to the house from anywhere on the field. He has also made some tough acrobatic catches through the season. The backbone of this offense is easily the offensive line. Olson at guard is the lone holdover from last year and a road grader. Both tackles have been pillars protecting Grant and getting the edge in the run game.

 

Defense
Much like on the offensive side Wylie is very multiple on defense and base out of the 3-4 this year. As good as they have been on offense this is their best side of the ball. They have been down right nasty defensively and especially against the pass. The Bulldogs are only giving 84 yards a game through the air and have 22 INTS on the year. Those are eye popping numbers. One of Wylie's strengths has been the ability to get pressure with just sending 4 thus allowing more to be in coverage. This will be crucial in their matchup against the Stephenville offense. If they can get pressure with 4 and not have to blitz very often it will be tough sledding for the Jackets. If they can't get pressure with 4 then it will be a long night for Wylie. The Bulldogs pass rush is led by a pair of very good defensive ends. Sophomore Baker has really come on as of late and has been a good bookend opposite of Bott. Bott is a returning starter who scored a defensive TD against Stephenville last year. The linebacking core is led by returner Linn from his inside linebacker spot, at 220 pounds Linn can bring the wood. The secondary is filled with ball hawks led by cornerback and receiver Shante Brown.

 

Special Teams
Wylie has two place kickers Goodrich and Ince. They have both been solid going a combined 62 of 63 on PAT and 3 for 3 on FG's for the season. Kickoffs go from the 10 to the goal line. Goodrich is also the punter and has been solid. Both the return game and coverage teams for Wylie are well coached, disciplined, and a weapon for the Bulldogs.


Prediction

Both of these teams are eerily similar on both sides of the ball. Neither team has been significantly challenged in several weeks. I fully expect this to be a 4 qtr. battle Friday night. In my opinion the key for both teams will be turnovers and pressure on the QB. I believe Stephenville's offensive fire power is a notch above Wylie's and the Wardogs will get enough stops for a hard fought 10 point victory.
Stephenville 41 Wylie 31


 

 

 


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