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Wylie Highlights
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Padilla Poll 4A Game Picks Week 13
« Reply #31 on: November 17, 2014, 04:26:30 PM »
Padilla Poll
Conference AAAA Playoffs Week 2
Game Picks - Week 13
20, 21, 22 November
Team Listed First is Favored
Spread 20 or more
DIVISION I Region I
Stephenville over Estacado by 8
Andrews over Big Spring by 3
Abilene Wylie over Levelland by 29
Graham over Seminole by 26
DIVISION I Region II
Kennedale over Athens by 3
Argyle over Kaufman by 25
Liberty-Eylau over Ranchview by 1
Paris over Sanger by 3
DIVISION I Region III
Henderson over Columbia by 5
Jasper over Stafford by 7
Navasota over Chapel Hill by 23
El Campo over Carthage by 11
DIVISION I Region IV
Rockport-Fulton over Canyon Lake by 9
Liberty Hill over Gonzales by 5
La Vernia over Robinson by 18
Burnet over Kingsville by 17
DIVISION II Region I
Vernon over Krum by 22
Sweetwater over Bridgeport by 22
Celina over Monahans by 14
Iowa Park over Venus by 20
DIVISION II Region II
Gilmer over Connally by 22
Gladewater over Fairfield by 16
Atlanta over Tarkington by 20
Tatum over Coldspring by 5
DIVISION II Region III
West Orange-Stark over Giddings by 16
La Marque over Sweeny by 10
La Grange over Orangefield by 16
Bellville over Hardin-Jefferson by 2
DIVISION II Region IV
Cuero over Navarro by 2
Yoakum over Devine by 12
Sinton over Hondo by 18
Orange Grove over Wimberley by 12

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« Reply #32 on: November 19, 2014, 06:32:34 PM »
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Stephenville vs. Lubbock Estacado

 

Man, what a game last week! The Jackets playoff game with Decatur was an instant classic and easily one of the top Stephenville games I have ever witnessed. The effort and determination showed by both programs was incredible. I left that game feeling ecstatic that my Jackets won but also felt for Decatur. That was a tough loss for them in such a hard fought game. There were so many players that made big plays it is hard to single anyone out. But Kaegun Williams was just money all night with 357 yards of offense, 7 touchdowns, and the winning 2 point conversion pass. Any time your back has that kind of game you have to give kudos to the offensive line. One may look at the 64 points Decatur scored and think the defense had a rough game. You have to look deeper than just the final score. The defense held a very potent Eagle attack to 38 points in regulation. That is 10 points less then Decatur scored on Graham who has one of the best defenses in the region. The Jacket "D" also defended 115 plays in regulation and overtime. I would not be typing this article if it were not for the huge stops on Decatur's two 2 point conversion attempts in the 3rd and 4th overtimes. Junior linebacker Zoey Kendall led the team with 17 tackles, and Adam Saenz had 16 tackles with 11 solo. Let's not forget the 2 huge field goals Mike Fick made to send the game into overtime.

 

The Jackets will travel to the familiar confines of Shotwell Stadium in Abilene this Friday to take on the Lubbock Estacado Matadors in the area round of the 4A division 1 playoffs. The Matadors come in with a 9-2 record and fresh off a thrashing of Clint Mountain View in the first round, 68-7. These two have only met twice in their history in 1992 and 1994. Both games were playoff games with each winning once.

 

Let us take a look at the match up.

 

Stephenville Yellow Jackets (7-3) vs. Lubbock Estacado Matadors (9-2):
Here are your projected starting lineups.

 

Estacado Matadors

 

Offense
Position Player Class Height Weight
LT #79 Kendrick Quigley Sr. 6'3 300
LG #69 James Christopher Sr. 6'1 250
C #54 Taylor Wallace Jr. 6'1 290
RG #68 Hollis Ready Jr. 5'9 255
RT #77 Jalen McQueen Sr. 6'5 285
WR #2 Jevon Bascus Sr. 6'2 180
WR #82 Dorian Deary Sr. 5'11 168
WR #3 Jacobye Bracy Jr. 5'8 140
WR #1 Kenaris Jackson Sr. 6'2 190
QB #4 Jaleen Tennison Sr. 6'1 195
RB #18 David Smith Jr. 5'8 150
 
Defense
DE #89 Allen Jones Jr. 5'10 225
NG #74 Isaac Banda Sr. 5'10 225
DE #60 Rakeem Coope Jr. 6'1 230
OLB #27 Aaron Manzay Jr. 5'10 170
ILB #80 Nathaniel Riddle Jr. 5'10 190
ILB #44 Taylor Terry So. 6'0 215
OLB #10 D'Ante Willard Sr. 6'1 200
CB #3 Jacobye Bracy Jr. 5'8 140
CB #1 Kenaris Jackson Sr. 6'2 190
SS #20 Carl Willard Sr. 5'8 155
FS #7 Quincy Jones Sr. 5'10 165

 

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 #9 Anthony Chavarria Sr. 5'10 185
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:

 

Estacado
Team offense

319.2 avg. rush yards
112.2 avg. pass yards
431.4 avg. total yards
42.6 avg. points

 

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

 

Stephenville
Team offense
210.8 avg. rush yards
320.9 avg. pass yards
531.7 avg. total yards
44.1 avg. points

 

Team defense
230.1 avg. rush yards allowed
159.5 avg. pass yards allowed
389.6 avg. total yards allowed
28.3 avg. points allowed

 

Individual Offensive Leaders:

 

Estacado
Stephenville
Passing C-A-I Yards TDs
Jaleen Tennison 74-152-7 1216 9
Jarrett Stidham 138-192-1 2148 24
 
Rushing Attempts Yards TDs
Jaleen Tennison 139 1254 22
Kaegun Williams 179 1226 14
 
Receiving Receptions Yards TDs
Kenaris Jackson 23 460 6
Kaegun Williams 56 895 10

How They Got Here

Stephenville
Estacado
vs. Anchorage South W 43-0 vs. Hereford W 37-36
@ Gatesville W 49-6 @ Dumas W 18-13
@ Everman W 36-21 vs. Amarillo Caprock L 34-40
vs. Lubbock Cooper L 39-50 vs. Shallowater L 14-21
vs. Alvarado W 55-20 @ Lubbock High W 48-18
@ Brownwood* W 40-21 @ SA Lakeview W 33-25
vs. Snyder* W 49-16 vs. Borger* W 21-7
@ Big Spring* L 57-64 @ Levelland* W 53-33
vs. Abilene Wylie* L 7-21 vs. Pampa* W 34-29
    @ Seminole* W 46-13
vs. Decatur** W 66-64 vs. Mountain View** W 68-7

 

Key Personnel and Scouting Report

 

Offense
For the 2nd straight week Stephenville will face a spread offense where the QB is the leading rusher and passer. QB Tennison is a dynamic athlete playing QB. He is very dangerous running the football averaging 9 yards per carry. Running back David Smith is the next leading rusher with 711 yards and 8 touchdowns. Kenaris Jackson is Tennison's go to target averaging 20 yards per reception. The Matadors are a run heavy team with about 70% of their offense coming via the run. Estacado is completing 48% of their pass attempts but their average per completion is 18 yards. The offensive line for the Matadors has plenty of size and run block well. Estacado averages 2 turnovers per game.

 

Defense
Estacado bases out of the 3-4 defense. Defensive end Cooper is their best down lineman with 55 total tackles including 46 solo. Linebacker #10 Willard is the best defender for the Matadors. Willard averages nearly 11 tackles per game and is tied for the team lead in sacks with 2. Estacado has a very athletic secondary that has totaled 14 interceptions. The Matadors have been vulnerable to good rushing attacks.

 

Special Teams
The kicking game for Estacado has not been very good. #11 Garcia is the kicker for PAT's and he has converted on just 42% of his attempts. They have not made any FG's this year. The QB Tennison is the punter and has also kicked off 49 times. Tennison is averaging 15 yards per punt. The return game on the other hand is very dangerous for the Matadors. Tennison is the deep man on both punt and kickoff return. Tennison averages 34 yards per kickoff and punt return.


Prediction

The Jackets should have an advantage up front offensively and be able to move the ball with consistency. Defensively Stephenville will need to win first down and put the Matadors in predictable passing situations were they are not near as comfortable. The Jackets will have a big advantage in special teams. I believe the Jackets put this game away late by 3 scores..
Stephenville 42 Estacado 21


Now for the rest of the 3-4A picks.

 

Big Spring Steers (8-2) vs. Andrews Mustangs (10-1): These two met earlier in the year at Big Spring with Andrews edging out the Steers 43-42. Big Spring is finally health in the offensive line for the first time in several weeks. I believe the Steers get revenge and set up another possible rematch with the Jackets in round three.
Big Spring 49 Andrews 42


Abilene Wylie Bulldogs (9-2) vs. Levelland Lobos (5-6): The Lobos have an explosive offense but give up quite a few points as well. Not a good combination against an elite defense. Wylie rolls, the only question is will the Bulldogs give up more than a touchdown? It has only happened once in the last 5 games.
Wylie 42 Levelland 7

 


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Padilla Poll 4A Game Picks Week 14
« Reply #34 on: November 25, 2014, 01:12:23 PM »
Padilla Poll
Conference AAAA Playoffs Week 3
Game Picks - Week 14
28, 29 November
Team Listed First is Favored
Spread 10 or more
DIVISION I Region I
Big Spring over Stephenville by 6
Abilene Wylie over Graham by 10
DIVISION I Region II
Argyle over Kennedale by 7
Liberty-Eylau over Paris by 1
DIVISION I Region III
Jasper over Henderson by 3
Navasota over El Campo by 12
DIVISION I Region IV
Liberty Hill over Rockport-Fulton by 4
Burnet over Robinson by 4
DIVISION II Region I
Sweetwater over Vernon by 1
Celina over Iowa Park by 19
DIVISION II Region II
Gilmer over Gladewater by 4
Tatum over Atlanta by 5
DIVISION II Region III
West Orange-Stark over La Marque by 15
La Grange over Hardin-Jefferson by 9
DIVISION II Region IV
Cuero over Yoakum by 13
Sinton over Wimberley by 5

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« Reply #35 on: November 26, 2014, 02:34:21 PM »
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Stephenville vs. Big Spring

 

The Jackets survived another shootout against Lubbock Estacado with the triumphant return of Jarrett Stidham. Stidham looked like he hadn't missed any time at all with over 500 yards of offense and accounting for 9 touchdowns, 3 rushing and 6 passing. Kaegun Williams had another game with over 100 yards rushing and receiving. Williams' 3 touchdowns gave him 49 for his Jacket career tying the all time touchdown mark for Stephenville. The offensive line was very impressive giving Stidham all day to throw the ball and opening up huge running lanes. Defensively the Jackets forced 3 turnovers and stopped three 2 point conversion attempts.

 

Stephenville returns to Shotwell Stadium this Friday to take on the Big Spring Steers for the 3rd time in the last 2 seasons. Big Spring won in district play 64-57 on the legs of slot back Hunter Hill who ran for over 300 yards and 6 scores. Hill only had 13 rushing attempts in this game scoring nearly every other time he touched the ball. This is also the game where Stidham broke his hand on the 4th play from scrimmage. This game has all the makings of another playoff classic.

 

Let us take a look at the match up.

 

Stephenville Yellow Jackets (8-3) @ Big Spring Steers (9-2):
Here are your projected starting lineups.

 

Big Spring Steers

 

Offense
Position Player Class Height Weight
LT #75 Nick Connor Sr. 6'2 278
LG #72 Nick Dehoyos Sr. 5'10 300
C #65 Nick Sotelo Sr. 6'0 263
RG #74 Charlie Boling Sr. 6'1 243
RT #55 Bryson Burt Jr. 5'10 222
Slot #32 Hunter Hill Sr. 5'9 160
WR #33 Garrett Wigington Jr. 5'10 189
WR #15 Dee Parker Sr. 6'2 180
WR #5 Matt Yanez Sr. 5'7 170
QB #12 Tobyn Tannehill Sr. 6'1 170
RB #4 Preston Alexander So. 5'9 230
 
Defense
DE #21 Nathan Schneider Jr. 5'11 235
NG #53 Oden Yanez So. 5'9 185
DE #40 Alex Johnson Jr. 6'1 217
OLB #20 Manuel Galvan Jr. 5'10 190
ILB #33 Garrett Wigington Jr. 5'10 189
ILB #51 Tristan Deleon Sr. 5'11 194
OLB #32 Hunter Hill Sr. 5'9 160
CB #27 Kalief Washington Sr. 6'1 160
CB #9 Anthony Godwin Jr. 5'8 135
SS #2 Victor Paniagua Sr. 5'9 162
FS #12 Tobyn Tannehill Sr. 6'1 170

 

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:

 

Big Spring
Team offense

293.4 avg. rush yards
161.3 avg. pass yards
454.7 avg. total yards
40.8 avg. points

 

Team defense
153.2 avg. rush yards allowed
243.4 avg. pass yards allowed
396.6 avg. total yards allowed
33.6 avg. points allowed

 

Stephenville
Team offense
218.3 avg. rush yards
325.5 avg. pass yards
543.8 avg. total yards
46.4 avg. points

 

Team defense
237.4 avg. rush yards allowed
177.3 avg. pass yards allowed
414.6 avg. total yards allowed
31.2 avg. points allowed

 

Individual Offensive Leaders:

 

Big Spring
Stephenville
Passing C-A-I Yards TDs
Tobyn Tannehill 109-205-5 1774 19
Jarrett Stidham 157-219-1 2504 30
 
Rushing Attempts Yards TDs
Tobyn Tannehill 180 1529 11
Kaegun Williams 196 1335 15
 
Receiving Receptions Yards TDs
Matt Yanez 42 646 4
Kaegun Williams 59 1050 12

How They Got Here

Stephenville 8-3
Big Spring 9-2
vs. Anchorage South W 43-0 @ Kerrville Tivy W 58-56
@ Gatesville W 49-6 @ Monahans W 33-32
@ Everman W 36-21 vs. Hereford W 41-14
vs. Lubbock Cooper L 39-50 @ Graham W 27-20
vs. Alvarado W 55-20 vs. Andrews L 42-43
@ Brownwood* W 40-21 @ Snyder* W 49-6
vs. Snyder* W 49-16 Open -
@ Big Spring* L 57-64 vs. Stephenville* W 64-57
Open - @ Abilene Wylie* L 6-49
vs. Abilene Wylie* L 7-21 vs. Brownwood* W 46-41
vs. Decatur** W 66-64 vs. Gainesville** W 35-17
vs. Lubbock Estacado** W 69-60 vs. Andrews** W 48-34

Key Personnel and Scouting Report

 

Offense
Big Spring is a spread team that likes to run the ball. The Steers have about a 60/40 run/pass split. It all starts and stops with the Steers outstanding quarterback Tobyn Tannehill. Tannehill is a true dual threat. He is averaging over 8 yards per rush and nearly 16 yards per pass completion He puts tremendous pressure on a defense. The Steer offensive line is big, experienced, and healthy for the first time in several weeks. Joining Tannehill in the backfield is sophomore running back Preston Alexander. Alexander is a big physical back averaging 7 yards per rush. Tannehill's favorite target is senior receiver Matt Yanez. Slot back Hill is a threat rushing and receiving with 1032 yards rushing and 486 yards receiving, averaging 11 yards every time he touches the ball

 

Defense
The Steers base out of the 3-4 defense. The Steers have struggled against the pass. Their best defensive lineman is DE Schneider. Wigington is a two way starter and their top linebacker on defense. Big Spring has added more speed to help the defense from our last outing. Tannehill has been playing free safety and Hunter Hill at linebacker.

 

Special Teams
The Steers special teams is very dangerous. That is because their best player Tannehill is also the place kicker and punter. Tannehill is above average as a place kicker and employs the rugby style on punts. The punt return team will need to be very disciplined.


Prediction

These two teams have played exciting games in their last 2 meetings. They know each other very well. It is very basic in my opinion, Jarrett Stidham will be the difference this go around.
Stephenville 42 Big Spring 35


Now for the rest of the 3-4A picks.

 

Abilene Wylie Bulldogs (10-2) vs. Graham Steers (10-2): These 2 met earlier in the year with Graham winning 18-7. Both teams are very strong up front on the defensive side of ball. You will see the polar opposite in this game versus the Big Spring-Stephenville game. The first to 20 wins. I believe that will be Wylie this go time around. The Bulldogs are playing the best football of the teams left in region 1.
Wylie 28 Graham 21

 

 


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Padilla Poll 4A Game Picks Week 15
« Reply #37 on: December 01, 2014, 09:55:24 AM »
Padilla Poll
Conference AAAA Playoffs Week 4
Game Picks - Week 15
5, 6 December
Team Listed First is Favored
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DIVISION I Region I
Graham over Stephenville by 6
DIVISION I Region II
Argyle over Liberty-Eylau by 7
DIVISION I Region III
Navasota over Henderson by 10
DIVISION I Region IV
Liberty Hill over Burnet by 1
DIVISION II Region I
Sweetwater over Celina by 3
DIVISION II Region II
Gilmer over Atlanta by 11
DIVISION II Region III
West Orange-Stark over La Grange by 2
DIVISION II Region IV
Sinton over Yoakum by 2

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Stephenville vs. Graham

 

Stephenville as Coach Gillespie stated, had their most complete performance of season last week against Big Spring. The offense tallied over 600 yards for the 3rd consecutive week and the defense forced 2 fumbles, sacked Tannehill 3 times forcing him to throw it away another 6 times, and blocked a punt. It was a complete team effort in all 3 phases. Stidham was spectacular in his 2nd game back from injury accounting for 455 yards of offense and 7 touchdowns. Stidham has accounted for 975 yards and 16 touchdowns in the last 2 playoff games (Brad Keith). Zoey Kendall led the team in tackles with 14 and linebacker Justice Wisener had a big game with 12 tackles, 1 sack, and 3 tackles for loss.

 

The Jackets return to the quarter finals for the 6th time in the last 7 years. This time around Stephenville will be taking on the Graham Steers who defeated Abilene Wylie last week 20-7. Graham comes in with a 11-2 record. The Steers are trying to make their 3rd straight semi-final appearance, their first in division 1. Graham's only 2 losses came to Argyle 35-27 in week 4 and Big Spring 27-20 in week 5. These two programs have met 33 times with the last one coming in 1997. The all time series is knotted up at 16-16-1. Get ready football fans we are in for another great game in the Texas High School Playoffs.

 

Let us take a look at the match up.

 

Stephenville Yellow Jackets (9-3) vs. Graham Steers (11-2):
Here are your projected starting lineups.

 

Graham Steers

 

Offense
Position Player Class Height Weight
LT #66 Hunter Dooley Fr. 6'3 240
LG #52 Kenneth Dixon Sr. 5'11 230
C #63 Taylor Hopkins Sr. 6'0 280
RG #71 Logan Taylor Jr. 5'11 220
RT #54 Chanse Moss Sr. 6'2 235
WR #88 Cameron Patterson Sr. 5'10 165
WR #17 Connor Smith Jr. 5'11 210
WR #9 Derek Sides Sr. 5'10 155
WR #15 Todd Parker Sr. 5'9 165
QB #10 Landry Turner Jr. 5'10 175
RB #3 Nick Martin Jr. 5'9 180
 
Defense
DE #20 Colton Langley Sr. 5'11 265
NG #57 Juan Arredondo Jr. 6'0 255
DE #76 Dustin McWhorter Sr. 6;3 245
OLB #4 Hunter Baca Sr. 6'2 195
LB #8 Jim Bob Perry Sr. 5'9 200
LB #34 Bohner Cottongame Jr. 5'10 200
LB #30 Taylor Reddell Jr. 6'0 205
OLB #18 Skeeter Buchanan Sr. 5'10 170
CB #22 Hagen Hughes Sr. 6'0 185
CB #5 Landon Gonzales Sr. 5'9 155
FS #12 Weston Womack Jr. 5'10 170

 

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:

 

Graham
Team offense

215.5 avg. rush yards
226.8 avg. pass yards
442.3 avg. total yards
40.3 avg. points

 

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

 

Stephenville
Team offense
226.9 avg. rush yards
322.3 avg. pass yards
549.2 avg. total yards
47.4 avg. points

 

Team defense
243.3 avg. rush yards allowed
170.8 avg. pass yards allowed
414.0 avg. total yards allowed
31.3 avg. points allowed

 

Individual Offensive Leaders:

 

Graham
Stephenville
Passing C-A-I Yards TDs
Landry Turner 192-299-12 2914 29
Jarrett Stidham 172-239-1 2791 34
 
Rushing Attempts Yards TDs
Nick Martin 200 1240 16
Kaegun Williams 211 1472 16
 
Receiving Receptions Yards TDs
Todd Parker 42 840 8
Kaegun Williams 64 1190 12

How They Got Here

Stephenville 9-3
Graham 11-2
vs. Anchorage South W 43-0 vs. Vernon W 45-21
@ Gatesville W 49-6 @ Brownwood W 40-15
@ Everman W 36-21 @ Abilene Wylie W 18-7
vs. Lubbock Cooper L 39-50 vs. Argyle L 27-35
vs. Alvarado W 55-20 vs. Big Spring L 20-27
@ Brownwood* W 40-21 @ Gainesville* W 34-0
vs. Snyder* W 49-16 @ Burkburnett* W 65-20
@ Big Spring* L 57-64 vs. Mineral Wells* W 58-0
Open - @ WF Hirschi* W 50-6
vs. Abilene Wylie* L 7-21 vs. Decatur* W 54-48
vs. Decatur** W 66-64 vs. Brownwood** W 52-11
vs. Lubbock Estacado** W 69-60 vs. Seminole** W 41-13
vs. Big Spring** W 59-32 vs. Abilene Wylie** W 20-7

 

Key Personnel and Scouting Report

 

Offense
Graham is a spread multiple set offense much like Stephenville. They are very balanced running and passing making them difficult to defend. They have an outstanding offensive line. Quarterback Landry Turner played against Stephenville last year with Springtown. Turner is completing 64% of his passes and has rushed for over 500 yards and 11 scores. Nick Martin is the straw that stirs the drink offensively for Graham. He is a strong powerful runner with good speed. Turner's top target is senior wideout Todd Parker. Parker is a homerun threat for the Steers. He caught two touchdown passes last week one for 80 yards.

 

Defense
Graham bases out of the 3-3 stack defense also know as a 3-3-5 defense. The Steers have arguably the most talented defensive line in region 1. Graham is led up front by their division 1 defensive end Dustin McWhorter. McWhorter has 93 total tackles on the year with 7 sacks. Opposite McWhorter at the other defensive end spot is Colton Langley. Langley is tied with McWhorter with 7 sacks as well. The Steers best linebacker is Bohner Cottongame who leads the team in tackles with 111. The Graham secondary has been ball hawks but also given up some big games through the air. The Steers have 23 interceptions on the year, with both cornerbacks and free safety accounting for 15 of those.

 

Special Teams
#84 Ivan Carrillo is the primary place kicker. He is making 76% of his PAT's and is 3 for 3 on FG's with a long of 24. The Steers will employ the pooch kick or squib kick on kickoffs. #18 Buchanan is the primary punter and he is averaging 36 yards per punt. Graham's kickoff return team has been very good with 4 kickoffs returned for touchdowns.


Prediction

It should be like looking in a mirror when these two teams look at each other. They both have the same type of athletes that know where the weight room is located. They are both well coached, do not know the word quit, and have plenty of recent playoff experience. The Stephenville offense is playing at a crazy level right now and I believe that will be the difference in the game.
Stephenville 38 Graham 31


Now for the rest of the 3-4A picks.

 

 

 

 


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Conference AAAA Playoffs Week 5
Game Picks - Week 16
12 December
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 DIVISION I Semi-Finals
 Region I vs Region II
Graham over Argyle by 2
 Region III vs Region IV
Navasota over Liberty Hill by 14
 
 DIVISION II Semi-Finals
 Region I vs Region II
Gilmer over Celina by 9
 Region III vs Region IV
West Orange-Stark over Sinton by 11

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Navasota over Argyle by 10

Gilmer over West Orange-Stark by 1

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