Month: September 2019

BIG COUNTRY PREPS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Hawley’s Marshall runs away with award

There are great games, and then there are those that border on insanity.

Ladies and gentlemen, this is not a misprint: Hawley’s Colton Marshall tallied 516 yards rushing and seven touchdowns in last week’s 73-20 win over Windthorst. 

If that isn’t scary enough, he did it on just 12 carries and was pulled from the game three plays into the second half. 

I’ve seen six-man players tally numbers like this on a fairly regular basis. But six-man is a different game with more field space between the players. To see an 11-man player do something like this is unreal.

Is he the Big Country Preps Player of the Week? Uh … that’s a rhetorical question. 

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District 3-6A: Week 5 Report

North Richland Hills Richland 35, Abilene High 34 — The Eagles opened league play with a heartbreaking loss, rallying from a 28-7 second-quarter deficit to lead in the fourth quarter, only to watch Richland win with a touchdown pass in the final minute.

The Rebels (1-4, 1-0) passed for 427 yards in the victory, doing most of their damage in the first half. AHS, meanwhile, had 412 total yards (199 rushing, 213 passing), getting strong games from quarterback Eric Abbe (11-23-0—190, 2 TDs passing; 16-67 rushing) and running back Davonta Mayse (25-140, 1 TD).

The Eagles (1-4, 0-1) will have little time to dwell on Friday’s loss as they host Hurst Bell this week in a virtual must-win game.

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District 2-5A Division I: Week 5 Report

Cooper 70, Lubbock Monterey 49 — The Cougars overcame a slow start to score 42 second-quarter points, before coasting in the second half to an impressive win over a talented Monterey squad.

Cooper, which led 63-14 late in the third quarter, amassed 630 total yards, including 399 on the ground. Both Noah Garcia (15-217, 3 TDs rushing; 4-58, 1 TD receiving) and Jessus Menjivar (16-150, 2 TDs rushing) had big nights in the running game, while quarterback Aidan Thompson passed for 225 yards and three touchdowns.

The Coogs, who got interceptions from Dylon Davis and Brady Miller in the win, will take a 5-0 overall record and a 1-0 district mark into its second 3-5A DI matchup Friday at Lubbock Coronado.

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District 3-5A Division II: Week 5 Report

Brownwood 33, Wylie 0 — The Bulldogs were shut out for the third consecutive game, amassing just 109 total yards against the unbeaten and ninth-ranked Lions.

Wylie trailed 13-0 after a quarter and 26-0 at halftime, and was never able to find its stride after the break. The Bulldogs rushed for just 34 yards on 19 carries — a stark contrast to Brownwood’s 259 rushing yards on 46 attempts. The Lions (5-0) also passed for 191 yards to Wylie’s 75.

Coach Hugh Sandifer’s Bulldogs (0-5) will get this week off before opening district play Oct. 11 with a home game against Wichita Falls Rider.

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2019 Brownwood

FEATURE: Undefeated Lions led by lightning-quick defense

2019 Brownwood Snyder

It’s not difficult to discover why the Brownwood Lions are 5-0 and ranked in the top 10 in Class 4A Division I. Their defense is allowing 6.4 points per game and has recorded two shutouts.

“We’re thrilled, obviously,” said David Jones, Brownwood’s second-year defensive coordinator. “It gets harder to defend teams every year with the way they spread the field and the number of snaps they’re getting.

“But we believe that if each player will take care of his business, we’ll be tough to score on.”

Brownwood is fresh off its second shutout this year — a 33-0 win Friday over Class 5A DII Abilene Wylie — a game in which the Lions’ defense allowed only 109 total yards. The other shutout was 10-0 over 3A DI state-ranked Brock in the season opener. Sandwiched between the shutouts are wins overs Snyder (70-3), Graham (28-14) and Wichita Falls Rider (37-15). Brownwood will play its final nondistrict game Friday against Conroe Grand Oaks, a new program that will join the UIL next season.

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District 13-3A Division II: Week 5 Report

Jim Ned 42, Brady 23 — Reese Hayes and Riley Perry combined for 228 yards rushing and three scores to lift the unbeaten Indians over the Bulldogs. 

Leading 27-15 after three quarters, Jim Ned (5-0) put the game away with a 12-yard TD run by Dylan Martin and an 8-yard scoring run by Perry. Walker Bauer led Brady (1-4) with 126 yards rushing and 117 yards passing while accounting for two total touchdowns. 

The game was marred by penalties. Jim Ned closed with a whopping 18 infractions for 200 yards. Brady, which is idle next week before opening district play against Ingram Moore on Oct. 11, was flagged 10 times for 100 yards.

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District 5-2A Division II: Week 5 Report

Miles 53, Munday 41 — The Moguls (1-2) fell in a shootout in their final non-district game of the season. 

Trailing by 26 points early in the second half, Munday rallied to within five points with just under eight minutes to play, only to fall short. 

Miles’ Davian Martinez led the Bulldogs with 154 yards rushing and three scores to keep MHS (5-0) unbeaten. 

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District 5-4A Division I: Week 5 report

Stephenville 28, Georgetown 21 Kade Renfro had 263 yards passing and accounted for three touchdowns to lead Stephenville to a tough win on the road over a Class 5A opponent. 

Trailing 13-7 with 12 seconds left before the break, Stephenville took the lead for good on a 14-yard scoring pass from Renfro to Kason Phillips. 

The Yellow Jackets improved to 3-2 with the win. 

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District 4-3A Division I: Week 5 Report

Pilot Point 20, Brock 14 — Aydon Cox hit Bruce Javin with a 40-yard touchdown midway through the fourth quarter to break a 14-all tie and lift the Bearcats to a hard-fought win over Brock in the district opener for both teams.

Trailing 14-7 in the fourth quarter, the Eagles tied the game on a 5-yard Cash Jones touchdown run, but Pilot Point (4-1, 1-0) answered with what proved to be the game-winning score. Both teams finished with 313 yards of total offense, with Brock holding a 238-193 advantage on the ground. Jones led the Eagle offense with 177 yards and two scores on 26 carries.

Brock (3-2, 0-1) will look to rebound from Friday’s loss next week, when it hosts winless Bowie.

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District 4-3A Division II: Week 5 report

Anson 48, Bangs 27 Drew hagler threw for 254 yards and three scores and rushed for 132 yards and four more scores to lead the Tigers (2-2) to their second straight win. 

Isaak Fernandez was the target of choice for Hagler, hauling in five catches for 112 yards and three scores. 

Bangs (2-2) got 121 yards rushing from Ethan Sanchez and a combined 174 yards in offense from quarterback Brayton Wedeman.

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District 3-2A Division I: Week 5 Report

Hawley 73, Windthorst 20 — Colton Marshall had an insane night as the Bearcats moved to 5-0 on the year. 

The senior running back amassed 516 rushing yards on only 12 carries with seven touchdowns in one of the bigger one-player offensive explosions we’ve seen from an 11-man player in recent years.

Hawley finished with 751 yards in total offense as Windthorst fell to 3-2.

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District 7-2A Division I: Week 5 Report

San Saba 55, Ingram Moore 6 — Playing a Class 3A Chiefs team that entered Friday’s matchup with a 3-1 record, the Armadillos continued their dominant start to the season, scoring their fifth consecutive win by at least 49 points.

Leading just 7-0 after a quarter, San Saba (5-0) outscored Moore 35-0 over the middle two quarters to take control of the game. Quarterback Sean O’Keefe led the offensive effort for the Armadillos, passing for three touchdowns and rushing for one, while Risien Shahan also had a passing and rushing touchdown.

Now done with its nondistrict schedule, San Saba will join the rest of its district in enjoying a bye week next week, before opening 7-2A DI play Oct. 11 against Goldthwaite.

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District 2-3A Division II: Week 5 Report

Coahoma 48, Iraan 0 The Bulldogs rebounded from a Week 4 loss to Slaton with a rout of Iraan on Friday.

Zack Schneider rushed for 91 yards, threw for 117 and had a hand in two TDs to lead CHS.

Coahoma (4-1) rushed for 263 yards as a team, with three TDs coming on the ground. 

Iraan fell to 0-5 with the loss — its worst start in 31 years.

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District 6-3A Division II: Week 5 Report

Dublin 28, Breckenridge 21 — Cy Wing hit Colten Couch with a 69-yard touchdown pass in the final seconds to lift Dublin to its a heart-stopping homecoming win over Breckenridge.

It was the third consecutive victory for the Lions (4-1) over Breckenridge and the second straight year the game was decided in the final minute.

Couch finished with five catches for 107 yards and two scores. 

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District 2-4A Division I: Week 5 Report

Wall 40, Big Spring 0 — The Hawks (5-0) raced out to a 33-0 first-half lead before coasting to the finish line on the road. 

Mason Fuchs threw for 126 yards and three TDs and rushed for 96 yards and another score to lead Wall. 

The Hawks finished with 306 yards rushing, with Chase Rios (139 yards, one TD) topping the list. 

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District 3-3A Division I: Week 5 Report

Clyde 54, Colorado City 0 — The Bulldogs (3-1) amassed 511 yards in total offense, of which 353 were on the ground to notch their third straight win. 

Bo Baker rushed for 179 yards and two scores and Dylan Neuman threw for 158 yards and two more touchdowns to pace Clyde. 

Colorado City (0-5) was held to 90 yards in total offense, including just 35 yards rushing on 23 carries as the Bulldogs pitched their second straight shutout. 

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District 1-4A Division II: Week 5 Report

Midland Greenwood 57, Sweetwater 28 — A 30-point first quarter staked Greenwood to a 43-14 halftime lead, and the Rangers coasted from there to a comfortable win in the district opener for both teams.

Greenwood (5-0, 1-0), which outgained the Mustangs 561-362 and won the turnover battle 3-1, got 300 yards and three rushing touchdowns from Trey Cross and three passing TDs from Weston Wilber. Quarterback Leo Holsey accounted for all four of Sweetwater’s touchdowns, rushing for scores in each of the first two quarters, before adding a TD pass and run in the final period. 

After a bye week next week, the Mustangs (1-4, 0-1) will have a chance to regroup on Oct. 11 when they take on winless Lamesa.

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District 7-2A Division II: Week 5 Report

Albany 41, Peaster 0 — The Lions snapped a two-game losing streak with a blowout win over the Class 3A Greyhounds, dominating the second-year varsity program from start to finish.

Coach Denney Faith’s Lions built a 34-0 lead by halftime and cruised over the final two quarters to their first shutout win of the season and third victory over a Class 3A opponent.

Albany (3-2) will host Menard next week to close out the nondistrict portion of its schedule, before enjoying its bye week in Week 7 and opening district on Oct. 18 against Roscoe.

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GAME STORY: Richland starts fast, rallies late for win over AHS

NORTH RICHLAND HILLS — Missed opportunities and big plays cost the Abilene High football team in a heartbreaking 35-34 loss to North Richland Hills Richland in the District 3-6A opener at Birdville ISD Fine Arts/Athletic Complex on Friday night.

Seth Wells’ 9-yard touchdown catch on a wide receiver reverse pass from C.J. Nelson with 48 seconds to play capped off an eight-play, 82-yard scoring drive that proved to be the game-winner.

It was Richland’s first points since taking a 28-7 lead with 7:28 to play in the first half.

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GAME STORY: Brownwood mauls Wylie 33-0, spoils Bulldogs’ homecoming

Wylie Bulldog fans crammed into the stands for homecoming on Friday at Bulldog Stadium. So, too, did the maroon-clad Brownwood Lions crowd, who cheered their ninth-ranked Lions to a 33-0 drubbing of the Bulldogs.

The win improved Brownwood to 5-0 on the year, while Wylie’s third consecutive shutout loss dropped the Bulldogs to 0-5.

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GAME STORY: Cooper runs away from Monterey for rout in district opener

Each quarter of Cooper’s District 2-5A Division I opener against Lubbock Monterey told a different story Friday at Shotwell Stadium. But the Cougars dominated the two that mattered most on their way to a wild 70-49 victory.

After a hard-fought first quarter in which the Coogs had to rally from an early deficit to pull even at 7-all, coach Aaron Roan’s squad outscored Monterey 56-14 over the middle two periods, building a 63-14 lead in the third before Monterey closed with a flurry of points — primarily against Cooper backups.

Coach Wayne Hutchinson’s Plainsmen never got closer to the lead than 21 points after halftime, though, allowing Cooper to cruise to 5-0 overall and 1-0 in the 2-5A DI standings.

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BCP GAME OF THE WEEK: Cisco gets crucial win at Ballinger

BALLINGER — The Cisco Loboes are far from clinching the District 4-3A Division II championship. But Friday’s 26-9 win over fellow district favorite Ballinger on the road was one they almost certainly needed to have if they are to take the gold football in November. 

Gibson Hearne rushed 13 times for 102 yards and three scores to lead Cisco (3-1), which took control of the game with a 13-0 run through the second half. 

Ballinger, which got 130 yards in total offense and one score from Edgar Nunez, fell to 3-1. 

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Big Country Preps Pick ‘Em Panel (Week 5)

Each week here at Big Country Preps, we’ll post our picks for all of that week’s 11-man games, in addition to the results of Evan Ren’s Twitter polls for each matchup.

For those interested in voting, polls go up on Monday night each week and close Thursday night.

Disagree with our picks or the Twitter consensus? Let us know in the comments section below.

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FEATURE: Wylie LB Morris healthy, ready to lead defense

The 2018 season was a tough one for Wylie linebacker Dax Morris — not because Bulldogs went 0-10 but because he wasn’t there most of the year to help his team fight through that.

Dealing with injuries to both legs — a torn posterior cruciate ligament in his right knee and bone contusion in his left one — Morris spent most of his junior season on sidelines in jeans and boots.

But now that he’s finally healthy after a long and tedious rehab process, the 5-foot-10, 205-pound senior is doing his best to make up for lost time.

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FEATURE: Inexperienced receiving corps catching on for Abilene High

Coming into the season, Abilene High coach Mike Fullen felt good about his receiving corps, but that feeling was based more on faith than results.

Only one Eagle receiver had caught as many as 10 passes in 2018, and the bulk of the players in that group had never played a varsity game.

But under the tutelage of former Abilene High and Abilene Christian University great Jerale Badon, a raw AHS receiving corps has shown rapid maturation through the first four weeks of this season. And entering District 3-6A play this week at North Richland Hills Richland, the Eagle pass-catchers have emerged as playmakers — just as Fullen had hoped they would.

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BCP GAME OF THE WEEK: Loboes, Bearcats clash in our spotlight game (w/ Evan Ren’s Big Country Picks)

LAST WEEK: 43-7, .860

OVERALL: 173-34, .835

While the Cisco Loboes have been in countless big games over the last two decades, the last few years have been a bit lean for Ballinger. 

In fact, the general consensus is, when the Bearcats (3-0) play host to the Loboes (2-1) on Friday, this will be the biggest regular season game played in Ballinger in several years. 

At the very least, it’s our Big Country Preps Game of the Week, and deservedly so. 

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FEATURE: Unbeaten Cooper Cougars look to carry momentum into, past district play

Following an impressive run through their nondistrict schedule, the Cooper Cougars are 4-0 for just the third time this decade.

But as well as the Coogs have played during their perfect start to the season, outscoring their four opponents by a combined 116-48 margin, they know that the heavy lifting is only now beginning.

That 4-0 start is just a quarter of the way to the goal the team set before this season of a run to the state championship game. And with District 2-5A Division I play beginning this week with a home game against a talented Lubbock Monterey squad, the Cooper players are using that context to keep themselves grounded and focused on the task at hand.

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BCP Podcast No. 63: Abilene High’s Mike Fullen checks in to talk Eagle football with Evan, Daniel

After serving as defensive coordinator under former Abilene High head coaches Steve Warren and Del Van Cox, helping the Eagles to a state championship in 2009, Mike Fullen was hired over the summer to take over the AHS football program. 

Earlier this week, Fullen took a few minutes to chat with Big Country Preps’ Evan Ren and Daniel Youngblood about his first season as a head coach, what he’s learned and what he hopes to accomplish in the future for this week’s Capital Farm Credit Wednesday Night Podcast.

Also in this episode, Evan and Daniel discuss some of their takeaways from the fourth week of the Big Country football season and take a look at the top matchups in Week 5.

Continue to check back at BigCountryPreps.com each Wednesday night at 7 p.m. when Evan and Dan discuss the current happenings in Big Country High School sports — often with an interesting sports figure from around the area.

You can also peruse our BCP Podcast archive, which features dozens of our previous shows with prominent coaches and Big Country media fixtures. 

Inquiries regarding these podcasts may be directed to Evan Ren at Evan.Ren@BigCountryPreps.com. 

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FEATURE: Indians’ balanced offense may be the equal of their vaunted defense

TUSCOLA — Four games into one of the best starts in Jim Ned history, much of the talk surrounding the Indians’ success has centered around a defense allowing just 4.8 points per game with three shutouts. 

A powerful, balanced offense however, has largely escaped the media’s attention, despite averaging 490 yards and 46.5 points per game. 

A running game averaging 266 yards per night, along with efficient quarterback play from senior Dylan Martin is at the heart of it, and could very well help put the Indians at the top of the District 3-3A Division I race.  

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BCP SIX-MAN SPOTLIGHT: Loss of home stadium leaves ACS as lone Saturday game in town

2019 ACHSIn March 2015, the old Elmer Gray Stadium on the campus of Abilene Christian University was torn down to make way for what is now Anthony Field at Wildcat Stadium.

The demolition for the new on-campus football stadium came as the university built with an eye on the future as a member of NCAA Division I and the Southland Conference and needed a recruiting tool other schools might not have.

Tearing down the stadium, though, had a consequence for local high school football fans — it meant that Abilene Christian High School was left without a place to play home football games.

After spending the 2016 season playing at Curly Hays Field, the Panthers found a partner in the Abilene Independent School District.

With Abilene High and Cooper being the primary tenants of Shotwell Stadium, AISD superintendent Dr. David Young and athletic director Phil Blue found a solution for the Panthers to keep home games in town.

AISD and ACS quickly came up with a plan that allowed the Panthers to use the now 59-year-old stadium rent-free on Saturday’s with AISD keeping only concession sales.

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FEATURE: Improved Coahoma no longer just the Zack Schneider show

COAHOMA — A year ago, while learning the playbook of new coach Chris Joslin, the Coahoma Bulldogs were in full-blown simplify mode.

The offense, for the sake of execution, had been pared down — often with quarterback Zack Schneider as the focal point as its top ground gainer. 

Coahoma closed Joslin’s first season with a 4-7 record and a trip to the playoffs. Schneider posted big enough numbers (237 carries, 1,901 yards, 27 TDs) to earn All-Big Country Preps honors. So in summary, the year supplied its share of positives. 

Joslin and the Bulldogs, however, wanted more. And in their view, the key to achieving it was to diversify. 

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BIG COUNTRY PREPS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Roscoe QB earns award with massive game

It took a little while for the Roscoe Plowboys (1-3) to get things going this season, but once they did, it happened in a big way, courtesy of quarterback Junior Martinez.

Martinez, who helped Roscoe to a 48-20 win over Chico on Friday, accounted for seven, count ’em seven touchdowns, beginning with two rushing scores among 27 carries for 129 yards. 

He also connected on 20 of 32 pass attempts for 329 yards and five touchdowns and charted six tackles and two pass breakups as Roscoe earned its first win of the year. 

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District 3-6A: Week 4 Report

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Abilene High 28, Midland High 7 — Eric Abbe rushed for 100 yards and three touchdowns Friday to fuel the Eagles to their first win of the season and help give Mike Fullen his first victory as a head coach.

The Eagles (1-3) led 14-0 at halftime and built a 28-0 fourth-quarter lead before Midland finally got on the board with 2:52 remaining in the game. AHS outgained the Bulldogs 305-131, holding the home team to just 38 yards rushing on 27 carries.

The Eagles will try to carry the momentum from Friday’s win into this week when they travel to North Richland Hills for a district opener against the struggling Richland Rebels.

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District 2-5A Division I: Week 4 Report

Cooper 30, Wylie 0 — The Cougars turned a pair of interceptions into a 13-0 first-quarter lead and controlled the game from there in extending their season-opening win streak to four games.

Cooper only finished with 318 yards — 192 rushing and 126 passing — but that proved more than enough thanks to an outstanding defensive effort. The Coogs held the Bulldogs to just 179 total yards in pitching their second consecutive Southtown Showdown shutout.

Cooper, which got 164 yards and three touchdown runs from junior running back Noah Garcia, will return to Shotwell stadium for the fourth straight game Friday, when it hosts Lubbock Monterey to open district play.

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District 3-5A Division II: Week 4 Report

Cooper 30, Wylie 0 — A pair of first-quarter interceptions staked Cooper to an early 13-0 lead, and the Bulldogs were never able to recover in falling to 0-4 on the year and 0-2 in the Southtown Showdown.

The early turnovers undermined what turned out to be a strong defensive effort for Wylie, which held the Cougars to 318 yards — 192 rushing and 126 passing. Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, they were never able to get going offensively, finishing with just 179 total yards and suffering their second consecutive shutout against their new crosstown rival.

Wylie, which got 71 total yards from Jackson Smith (30 rushing, 41 receiving) and 69 receiving yards from Creed Cooper, will wrap up nondistrict play with their first true home game Friday, when they host undefeated Brownwood at Bulldog Stadium.

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FEATURE: Ballinger’s Bean a true student of the game

To call Ballinger senior Cooper Bean a student of the game of football is an understatement.

“I’m a coach’s kid so I’ve been around football all my life,” said Bean, a running back and all-state linebacker for the undefeated Ballinger Bearcats. “I love watching film and studying every opponent we play. I like to know what’s coming at me on Friday night.

“I get yelled at by my teachers sometimes for watching film on my phone during class.”

Bean, a starter since his sophomore season, made 296 tackles during the 2017 and 2018 seasons combined. His 165 stops in 11 games last year earned the 5-foot-11, 205-pound Bean all-state honors at linebacker. He’s off to another solid start this season for Ballinger, which is 3-0 entering District 4-3A Division II play Friday.

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District 13-3A Division I: Week 4 Report

Dublin 21, Brady 12 — The Lions built a 21-0 lead before hanging on for a win at home. DHS absorbed a late fourth-quarter rally from Brady that saw failed two-point conversion and onside kick attempts in the final minute.

For more details, please read Evan Ren’s full report on our Big Country Preps Game of the Week. 

The Lions will host Breckenridge (0-4) for their homecoming next Friday. Brady (1-3) will host Jim Ned (4-0) on the same evening. 

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District 5-2A Division II: Week 4 report

Clarendon 40, Munday 0 The Moguls (1-1) had a tough go of it in their second varsity game of the year. 

With a schedule featuring two JV clubs, Munday saw varsity action for the first time since a Week 1 victory over Olney. 

The Moguls were limited to just 149 yards in total offense, including 32 yards on the ground. Chris Garcia led Munday with 73 yards passing. 

Clarendon led 34-0 at the break before coasting to the finish line. 

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District 6-3A Division II: Week 4 Report

Comanche 33, De Leon 0 The Indians pounded out 184 yards rushing and four touchdowns to even their record at 2-2. 

Oscar Rios had a game-high 112 yards and two scores on just seven carries to lead Comanche. 

The Bearcats failed to get on the scoreboard for the first time this year, being outscored 20-0 in the second half of a shutout loss to the Indians.

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