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Every high school football season, there are quite a few surprises. The book has five weeks of action, and the 2021 version of KSAT 12’s Big Game Coverage (BGC) is no exception. Floresville and Taft have survived upset bids thanks to their amazing aggressive performance and have established themselves to win in the team, but last week some teams were knocked out of the undefeated ranks. ..
Before digging deeper into the statistics and results, let’s highlight the biggest moments of the week at the Best of BGC in Week 5.
Week 5 showed great runs, passes and catches throughout the San Antonio region.Check out the best and best, including plays from Swing, New Braunfels, Marshall, Cuero!
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The top four class 6A teams held all serve in the fifth week, but there is a lot of movement every week KSAT12’s top 12 ranking again. Many of the best area teams suffered their first defeat this season. How did it affect the rest of the list? Find out who is attending and who is heading for the 6th week!
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It’s time to summarize some games, and the Game of the Week in Week 5 certainly responded to the bill!
Johnson 28, Brandeis 22
Johnson (5-0, 3-0) has repeatedly found ways to deal with pressured conditions against his 28-6A rival Brandeis (4-1, 2-1). rice field.
Broncos rushed into a 14-0 lead early in the second quarter when quarterback Nico Garcia found Clark Ulrich in a 17-yard touchdown, but Jaguar’s attack rhythmed on subsequent drives. I found. Quarterback Cruz Kirwan was one of the catalystsComplete 13 passes with 239 yards and 2 touchdowns. With an 8-yard TD run with less than 5 minutes remaining in the first half, the deficit was cut in half to half-time.
Kirwan then started the second half with a 22-yard strike to Alejandro Tavares, who drew the game at 14, and Ben McClary gave Jaguar the first lead of the game, 21-17, an impressive 64 yards. I did a touch down run. .. After three regulation minutes, Kirwan completed the best pass of the night. The rainbow that hit receiver Thai Hawkins for a score of 52 yards suddenly seemed to blow the game away.
Not so fast. Broncos gathered a pair of field goal drives in the second half and chased 28-20 in 6 minutes to play. They actually had two chances to tie or lead in the last few minutes, but Johnson’s defense did that every time. After a false snap and the resulting safety brought Brandeis to life with 29 seconds remaining, Mikey Dirocco intercepted Broncos’ last Hale Mary attempt and ended the contest, with Jaguar in this classic. It was a rival and won a fierce victory for the second consecutive year.
Marshall 42, O’Connor 38
Last year, Marshall defeated O’Connor 36-33 in a seesaw battle. This year, Rams (4-1, 2-1) regained the lead over Panthers (0-5, 0-3) in another aggressive showcase at Farris Stadium.
Run back Anthony Conway was playing a monster game and was rushing 179 yards with only 11 carries. His elusive 47-yard touchdown run gave Marshall a 35-23 lead, leaving 4:18 in regulation. O’Connor did not leave quietly. In less than a minute, Panthers quarterback Gallon Andrade found Miles Busanet on a 58-yard touchdown pass and reduced his lead to four. Gore head for 15 yards touchdown. The rock ended with 5 grabs for 79 yards and its score.
However, the Panthers could not stop the attacks of Conway and Rams. Forty seconds later, Conway called the game and found a fourth end zone on a 4-yard pitch to take a 42-38 lead. Marshall’s defense brought a decisive stop and secured a climax moment to the best start of the program in over a decade.
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TAFT 42, HARLAN 35
Tough Traders (5-0, 3-0) to remain undefeated in the last few minutes of District 29-6A leaning against Harlan (2-3, 1-2) on Thursday night. We started the 5th week with a remarkable rally.
The Hawks took the lead of 28-14 with the arm of quarterback Noah Farris, who threw three touchdown passes in the first half, and the foot of Jacob Gonzales’ running back, which cast a total of 215 yards from Scrimmage. Harlan Jr. caught a 58-yard and 37-yard TD pass, scoring an 18-yard touchdown to the ground in the middle of the third quarter, giving the Hawks a 35-21 lead.
Harlan never found the end zone again.
Taft quarterback Justice Hart took over from that point and recorded three touchdowns in the last 14 minutes of regulation. He completed 10 passes for 116 yards and 3 scores while rushing through a whopping 216 yards and 2 TDs. His one-yard plunge with 2:25 remaining seemed to draw the game, but missing extra points meant Harlan still held the 35-34 lead. The Raiders regained the ball and completed their comeback with a 26-yard toss to Logan Morant, the final touchdown of Heart’s Night. As a result, Taft was 5-0 for the first time in 10 years, with four wins scoring more than 37 points.
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Flores Building 37, Lavania 35
Floresville continued to roll, improving to 5-0 after a round-trip battle with Lavania (1-4), and Tigers quarterback Braden Fuller continues to impress.
The dual-threatening senior completed seven of his nine passes with a win of 237 yards and three touchdowns. He has 13 passing TDs this season. If that wasn’t enough, Fuller added a score of 112 yards to the ground. Meanwhile, Princeton’s commitment, Daleion Murphy, rushed 17 times at 103 yards, wide receiver Brandon Cortez caught three passes at 147 yards, and the Tigers’ defense attempted a dramatic fourth-quarter comeback for the Bears. Dodged.
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Check in with an expert!
We reached the midpoint of the high school football season and it was the biggest shock in the fifth week 7-0 victory over Alamo Heights Wimberley At Wimberley. The Texans scored an average of 24.5 points in this season’s match, but scored a field goal with the only defeat before the mule, losing to Cuero 21-3. Give a lot of credit to the defense of the mule.
The biggest upset for me 17-14 victory over Judson in Clements.. Sure, Buffalo is at home and Judson has been struggling this season since his first week’s victory over Desoto, but he was the last to see the rocket start 1-4 overall and 0-2 in the district. When is it?
Big props Lanier Voks They remain undefeated with a 4-0 start. This includes a record of the 2-0 district after the 34-13 victory over Kennedy.And how is it Blacken Ridge Eagles Will you start from 4-1 overall and 3-0 in the district following a 48-14 victory over Burbank? I can’t wait to see what happens in the sixth week.
Friday i was able to See one of the best high school quarterbacks in Texas: From Austin Novosad Dripping springs.. The junior is a 6’3 “professional quarterback. In the two attack series I saw, Novosad went 6-7 at 75 yards and made two touchdown passes against McCallum. In the game, he completed 18 out of 24 passes with 250 yards and 7 touchdowns with a Tigers 63-21 victory. Novosad is tall in his pocket, calm and throws a nice ball. Currently, he is the eighth major passerby in Texas, with 1,570 yards, 23 touchdowns and 5 intercepts in all UIL classifications.
Finally, I would like to thank all the wonderful people McCallum Parents stopped by and greeted while waiting for a live shot at 6 pm from Tiger Stadium. I always enjoy interacting with KSAT viewers.
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In case someone forgets Central catholic Quarterback Sylas Gomez can really play soccer.Army commitment was appropriate in the early stages of the button Dominant 50-0 victory over San Antonio Christians On Friday. In the first quarter, Gomez made two connections with wide receiver Jackson Deason with 31-yard and 36-yard touchdowns. He finished 6-of-7 with 166 yards and 3 scores. Deason caught 5 passes at 101 yards. As the season progresses towards the playoffs, these two will be fun to watch.
A special cry East Central Student section and Hornet band.Both helped create Saturday night electrical atmosphere.. Quarterback Cayden Bosanko and the explosive wasp attack gave all reasons to be hyped to the crowds of homes. Bosanko hooked up five times with Jack Stewart, a wide receiver, and made 106 yards and four touchdowns. Meanwhile, Austin Vivier led the dominant ground game, beating South Sun 49-0, scoring a total of 194 yards of rush yards. The wasp beat Canyon and Roosevelt 3-2 this season. The second half of the schedule may be tough, but East Central has already improved from last year’s 2-7 record and it will be difficult to beat the move forward.
Watch the Big Game Coverage Preview Show Thursday at 4pm
Greg Simmonds and Larry Ramirez prepare for the sixth week of the weekly high school football season Big game coverage preview show. It features a breakdown of KSAT12’s games this week and some of the biggest matches to watch. Which team will you feature this week? You will have to look to find out!
Andrew Cely, KSAT12 Sports Producer and Reporter
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Johnson survived the second half of Brandeis’ rally and remained undefeated. Hart passes Harlan and empowers Taft.Cuero’s Durham wins Play of the Week
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