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« Reply #45 on: December 03, 2012, 11:10:57 PM »
Padilla Poll
Conference AAA
Playoff Game Picks - Week 4
07, 08 December 2012
Team Listed First is Favored
DIVISION I Semi-Finals Region I vs Region II
Stephenville over Kilgore by 11
DIVISION I Semi-Finals Region III vs Region IV
Carthage over El Campo by 1
State Championship Game
Cowboys Stadium, Arlington
14 December, 7:30 PM
Region I v II winner is home
DIVISION II Quarter-Finals Region I
Gatesville over Graham by 1
DIVISION II Quarter-Finals Region II
Gilmer over Henderson by 3
DIVISION II Quarter-Finals Region III
Navasota over West Orange-Stark by 8
DIVISION II Quarter-Finals Region IV
Bellville over Port Isabel by 13
State Championship Game
Cowboys Stadium, Arlington
21 December, 4 PM
Region I v II winner is home

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« Reply #46 on: December 03, 2012, 11:12:02 PM »
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Stephenville vs. Kilgore

 

Three down two to go! The Jackets traveled up 281 last Friday to take on a dominating Abilene Wylie team in beautiful Memorial Stadium. It was Stephenville that did the dominating as the Jackets beat the Bulldogs 59-28. Stephenville outscored Wylie 35-6 in the 2nd half leaving the Bulldogs gasping for air late in the game. Stephenville's machine like offense, 37 first downs, 585 yards, and 59 points wore down a very good Wylie defense. This team is special and I hope every Jacket fan near and far has the privilege of watching these men battle on the gridiron this season. .

 

The next step up the championship ladder gets even tougher this week. The Kilgore Bulldogs are standing in between Stephenville and a chance to play for #5. Both teams dropped down from 4A last year and both went to the qtr. finals. Kilgore comes in with a ferocious defense aptly nicknamed the Ragin' Red. This defense is mobile, agile, and hostile. This is what they hang their hat on. No team has scored more than 20 points on the Bulldogs and that was Gilmer in their only loss. These two will battle it out at beautiful Vernon Newsome Stadium in Mansfield, TX. This is one of the best high school stadiums in the metroplex. The weather is going to be nice, it is the semi-finals, and Texas high school football. What else could you ask for? It is time to show up in force Jacket fans and be loud and proud!.

 

Stephenville Yellow Jackets (11-1) vs. Kilgore Bulldogs (11-1):
Here are your projected starting lineups. (Kilgore does not provide ht. and wt.)

 

Kilgore

 

Offense
Position Player Class Height Weight
LT #54 Jake Jordan Sr. 6'0 230
LG #79 Tyler Jones Sr. 5'9 260
C #50 Nolan Grush Jr. 5'10 200
RG #78 Clay Wiley Jr. 6'0 290
RT #63 Ryan Reinhart Sr. 6'2 200
TE #81 Jared Wood So. - -
WR #3 Aaron Foy Jr. 5'10 165
WR #6 DaQuavian Brewster Sr. 6'1 170
QB #4 Cooper Coldiron Sr. 5'11 170
FB #12 Jack Johnston Jr. - -
TB #10 Davieonta Brown Jr. 5'9 170
 
Defense
DE #5 Cornelius Bell Sr. 6'1 230
DT #96 LaDarrin Anthony Jr. 5'9 200
DT #98 Josh Daniels Sr. 6'0 300
DE #82 DaQuellan Scott Jr. 5'9 210
OLB #40 Jake Brantly Jr. 5'10 185
ILB #44 AJ Davis Sr. 5'11 200
ILB #43 Kris Valdez Sr. - -
OLB #24 Kevrin Justice So. - -
CB #11 Joseph Shepherd Jr. 5'10 160
CB #15 Benny Colbert Jr. 5'9 170
S #17 Hector Peralez Sr. 6'0 160

 

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
Kilgore
Monterrey Tec L 17-27 @ Marshal W 42-0
Aledo W 41-28 Sweeny W 24-7
Beaumont Ozen W 31-6 Cancelled -
@ Waco La Vega W 43-22 @ Mount Pleasant W 38-6
Amarillo W 35-14 Longview Sprng Hill* W 41-0
Glen Rose* W 48-30 @ Bullard* W 27-14
@ Alvarado* W 32-20 Gladewater* W 31-8
Venus* W 56-13 @ Tyler Chapel Hill* W 31-2
@ Hillsboro* W 63-13 Henderson* W 14-10
Bye - @ Gilmer* L 14-20
vs. Burnet** W 56-27 vs. Athens** W 42-7
vs. Kennedale** W 56-24 vs. Paris** W 41-14
vs. Abilene Wylie W 59-28 vs. Gainesville** W 30-14
*= District Game **= Playoff Game

 

 

By the numbers:

 

Kilgore
Team offense

202.2 avg. rush yards
109.9 avg. pass yards
312.1 avg. total yards
31.3 avg. points

 

Team defense
119.1 avg. rush yards allowed
97.2 avg. pass yards allowed
216.3 avg. total yards allowed
8.5 avg. points allowed

 

Stephenville
Team offense
189.8 avg. rush yards
278.6 avg. pass yards
468.4 avg. total yards
44.8 avg. points

 

Team defense
160.6 avg. rush yards allowed
129.7 avg. pass yards allowed
290.3 avg. total yards allowed
21.0 avg. points allowed

 

Individual Offensive Leaders:

 

Kilgore
Stephenville
Passing C-A-I Yards TDs
Cooper Coldiron 67-125-3 1,319 12
Tyler Jones 224-328-4 3,257 37
 
Rushing Attempts Yards TDs
Austin Jordan 123 856 7
Witt Westbrook 167 1,042 11
 
Receiving Receptions Yards TDs
Aaron Foy 17 401 4
Brice Gunter 73 1,143 15

 

Key Personnel and Scouting Report

 

Offense
Kilgore is a power I offense that will run the ball about 75% of the time. They want to run, run, run then play action pass. There is nothing fancy or tricky about what they want to do. They are methodical in their execution and have no problem punting the ball and playing defense. The Bulldogs employ running back by committee and have a whole stable full of them. The leading rusher is Austin Jordan. The QB Coldiron played both ways last year but has played exclusively under center in 2012. He does a very good job at executing their offense and keeping defenses honest with his arm. The Bulldogs have a big time playmaker at WR in Aaron Foy. Foy has lightning speed and will easily be the most electric WR Sville has faced to date. He is averaging 33 yds per reception. No power I team would be complete without a stout offensive line. The Hogs or should I say Dogs up front for Kilgore have been very impressive on film. They are big and physical.

 

Defense
Kilgore's bread is buttered on this side of the ball. The Bulldogs will base out of the 4-4 defense. They had 6 starters returning on D from a 4A D2 qtr. finalist team. Their defensive line is the best Stephenville has seen to date. The most impressive of the down lineman Josh Daniels. They all have very good size. DE Bell will play some RB as well and comes in around 240. The linebacking core flies to the football and tackles with authority. They are led by ILB AJ Davis. Davis can bring the wood at 6'0 220. The secondary has been just as impressive limiting opposing offenses to just 89 yards a game through the air and they have picked off 25 passes. Both corner backs are VERY good. You will not see Kilgore bring more than the front 4 very often. They are very adapt at playing their game and letting their playmakers be playmakers.

 

Special Teams
The place kicker will pooch kick and kick it deep. His deep kicks avg. the 10. Punter is right footed and average for the high school level. They fly down the field on their coverage teams. They have tremendous speed on their return teams. The Jackets must do a better job at kick coverage this week.


Prediction

When you get to the semi-finals everyone is good. I expect both teams to not have as much success as they have been on both sides of the football. Stephenville hasn't seen a defense as good as Kilgore's and Kilgore hasn't seen an offense as good as Stephenville. Something has to give. The difference maker in my opinion will be Stephenville's defense against Kilgore's power game and the Jacket special teams. Garcia is a weapon in a game like this.
Stephenville 34 Kilgore 21


 

 

 


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« Reply #47 on: December 04, 2012, 04:19:50 PM »
3A D1

Stephenville by 14 over Kilgore

Carthage by 3 over El Campo

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« Reply #49 on: December 10, 2012, 06:05:25 PM »
Padilla Poll
Conference AAA
Playoff Game Picks - Week 5
14-Dec-12
Team Listed First is Favored
DIVISION I State Championship
Stephenville over El Campo by 10
State Championship Game
Cowboys Stadium, Arlington
14 December, 7:30 PM
Stephenville is home team
DIVISION II Semi-Finals Reg. I vs. Reg. II
Gilmer over Graham by 9
DIVISION II Semi-Finals Reg. III vs. Reg. IV
Navasota over Bellville by 14
State Championship Game
Cowboys Stadium, Arlington
21 December, 4 PM
Region I v II winner is home

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« Reply #50 on: December 10, 2012, 09:12:09 PM »
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Stephenville vs. El Campo

 

Four down one to go! Stephenville came into last week's semi-final game against Kilgore on fire offensively. The Bulldogs presented a big challenge as they had the 2nd ranked defense in all of 3A. The Jackets didn't miss a beat in the first half racking up nearly 300 yards of offense and 35 points. Stephenville held a 35-17 lead going into the break. Kilgore received the 2nd half kickoff and showed why they were in the semi-finals with a touchdown drive that consumed half of the 3rd quarter. Then the vaunted Ragin Red defense flexed it's muscle and held the Jackets from scoring on 3 consecutive drives. No team has been able to accomplish that feat since the opening game of the season against Monterrey Prep. Kilgore cut the Jacket lead down to 3 at 35-32 with 5:08 left in the game. Stephenville went on a 75 yard championship drive to push the lead back out to 10 with 2:09 remaining. The Wardogs would hold on downs and the Jackets ran out the clock in the victory formation.

 

And then there were two. Five months ago in the dog days of summer teams all across Texas started their football season with hopes of being in the position El Campo and Stephenville are in. These two have answered every test to date with the final exam looming. Stephenville is in the championship game for the first time in 13 years. El Campo for the first time since 1967 when ironically enough they lost to Stephenville's arch rival Brownwood 36-12. The Ricebirds are a perfect 14-0 coming into the final show down. Lets take a look at the final Cody's Corner of the season..

 

Stephenville Yellow Jackets (12-1) vs. El Campo Ricebirds (14-0):
Here are your projected starting lineups.

 

El Campo

 

Offense
Position Player Class Height Weight
LT #56 Trey Martin Sr. 6'3 270
LG #52 Clint Kruppa So. - 250
C #61 Chris Nielson Sr. - 225
RG #66 Zeke Tsika Jr. 6'1 245
RT #77 Jacob Harton Sr. - 280
TE #6 Cole Hunt Sr. 6'6 245
WR #80 Antonio Perez Sr. - 160
WB #22 Wayne Hargrove Sr. - 165
QB #14 Bryce Brandl Sr. - 195
FB #30 Montray Johnson Sr. 5'9 210
TB #2 Jacquies Davis Jr. - 175
 
Defense
DE #83 Matt Edwards Sr. - 185
DT #34 BJ Flagg Jr. 6'1 220
DT #56 Trey Martin Sr. 6'3 270
DE #6 Cole Hunt Sr. 6'6 245
OLB #5 Michael Wall Sr. - 170
ILB #32 Brett Prihoda Sr. - 205
ILB #46 Travis Woods Sr. - 195
OLB #28 Jeremy Supak Sr. - 170
CB #2 Jacquies Davis Jr. - 175
CB #24 Tamall Villereal Jr. - 195
S #4 Koy Kresta Jr. - 145

 

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
El Campo
Monterrey Tec L 17-27 Waller W 31-0
Aledo W 41-28 @ Bryan Rudder W 55-26
Beaumont Ozen W 31-6 @ Bay City W 56-7
@ Waco La Vega W 43-22 Richmond Foster W 16-7
Amarillo W 35-14 Bellville* W 28-7
Glen Rose* W 48-30 @ Brookshire Royal* W 63-21
@ Alvarado* W 32-20 Wharton* W 17-10
Venus* W 56-13 @ Needville* W 27-0
@ Hillsboro* W 63-13 Sealy* W 42-21
Bye - @ Columbus* W 61-32
vs. Burnet** W 56-27 vs. La Grange** W 35-21
vs. Kennedale** W 56-24 vs. Somerset** W 51-14
vs. Abilene Wylie** W 59-28 vs. Ingleside** W 31-20
vs. Kilgore** W 42-32 vs. Carthage** W 29-25
*= District Game **= Playoff Game

 

 

By the numbers:

 

El Campo
Team offense

345.9 avg. rush yards
54.5 avg. pass yards
400.4 avg. total yards
38.7 avg. points

 

Team defense
100.6 avg. rush yards allowed
144.3 avg. pass yards allowed
244.9 avg. total yards allowed
15.1 avg. points allowed

 

Stephenville
Team offense
189.6 avg. rush yards
281.2 avg. pass yards
470.9 avg. total yards
44.6 avg. points

 

Team defense
176.8 avg. rush yards allowed
129.5 avg. pass yards allowed
306.4 avg. total yards allowed
21.8 avg. points allowed

 

Individual Offensive Leaders:

 

El Campo
Stephenville
Passing C-A-I Yards TDs
Bryce Brandl 45-90-4 764 4
Tyler Jones 242-354-6 3,570 38
 
Rushing Attempts Yards TDs
Jacquies Davis 128 1,347 16
Witt Westbrook 179 1,111 12
 
Receiving Receptions Yards TDs
Cole Hunt 13 304 3
Brice Gunter 79 1,195 15

 

Key Personnel and Scouting Report

 

Offense
El Campo reminds me a whole lot of Everman in their formations and what they try to do. They will go under center in the I with a wing back and out of gun in different pro sets. They will run unbalanced lines with the key word being "RUN". El Campo will very rarely throw the ball. You can expect them to run it about 90% of the time, and they run it very well. So much so that I have no problem saying this will be the best rushing attack Stephenville has seen. The reason being is up front. The Ricebirds have an outstanding offensive line with very good size and quickness. The OL is made that much better with one of the top tight ends in the state in Cole Hunt. Hunt is a tall and athletic TE with good size who also doubles at defensive end. He is also the leading receiver and a very tough cover in the redzone. One of things that makes the Ricebird rushing attack so lethal is the amount of playmakers in the backfield. El Campo boast 3 backs with over 1,000 yards. The leading rusher is TB Jacquies Davis. Davis can flat out fly. The full back Johnson is built thick and low to the ground. He reminds me very much of Everman's CJ Jennings from 2008. Rounding out the rushing attack is QB Brandl who has been just as deadly as his backfield mates toting the rock.

 

Defense
For just the 2nd time all year but for the 2nd week in a row the Jackets will see the 4-4 defense. The Ricebirds have been very good against the run with their big athletic defensive front. Offensive lineman Martin also starts at DT and he is a good one. As I mentioned earlier Hunt also plays DE. The best of the 4 linebackers is #32 Prihoda. The Ricebirds have not shown to be very aggressive as far as blitzing goes. Starting tailback Davis also starts at cornerback El Campo is not as good at defending the pass as they are the run. The Jackets have a matchup advantage in the passing game.

 

Special Teams
The QB Brandl is also the punter which is always dangerous. The kicker is #65 Alex Montes. His kickoffs will range from the 10 yard line to the endzone. When kicking off they huddle around the ball then rush the line and then spread out. They have onside kicked from this huddle formation. The Ricebirds have no shortage of speed in the return game.


Prediction

The Wardogs have their hands full this week in trying to stop this vaunted rushing attack from El Campo. The Jacket D will give up some yards and points to this very good El Campo offense. On the flip side Stephenville should have good success throwing the ball as well which will open up the run. If the Jackets can continue to protect the football then they will get enough stops in each half to come away with #5. I expect some points to be scored in the first half with both teams settling down in the 2nd. Stephenville will pull away late in the game for a 2 touchdown victory.
Stephenville 49 El Campo 35


 

 

 


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« Reply #52 on: December 16, 2012, 02:27:06 PM »
Clifford produced his best video of year! I recommend expanding the video to full screen.

We are truly blessed as a community to have the men of the Stephenville coaching staff leading our program.

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