Reagan 52, Roosevelt 0
No. 7 Reagan tuned up for its playoff game with Buda Hays next week with a 52-0 victory over Roosevelt to cap off the regular season with an 8-2 record and 5-1 record in District 26-6A. Sophomore Travis Sthele threw for two first quarter touchdowns while Cade Cogburn added a pair of rushing touchdowns in the second quarter as the Rattlers rolled to a 42-0 halftime lead.
Johnson 63, Madison 28
No. 6 Johnson sprinted out to a 35-7 halftime lead and never looked back as the 26-6A District champions defeated playoff bound Madison, 63-28.
Judson 39, Canyon 14
Julon Williams returned for the No. 2 Rockets, and it showed early. Williams completed 14 of 18 passes for 318 yards and a touchdown in the first half as Judson broke out to a 32-0 halftime lead, much like before Judson was held out. Kishaun Fisher caught six passes for 130 yards and a touchdown in the first half as the Rockets rolled. A name to remember in the future is Amarea Bailey-Davis, a sophomore quarterback who threw for a touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to provide insurance for the Rockets. Judson rolled to over 430 total yards in the first half to put away the Cougars early. Judson (9-1) will take on
Smithson Valley 23, New Braunfels 7
No. 4 Smithson Valley got two touchdowns from TCU commitTrevon Moehrig-Woodard as the Rangers topped New Braunfels,23-7. New Braunfels would be a solid playoff team in another district, but such is life in District 27-6A. Ryan Redding got New Braunfels on the scoreboard with a 72-yard touchdown run in the first quarter to give his team an early 7-0 lead. Moehrig-Woodard rushed for a 34-yard touchdown run give Smithson Valley a 9-7 lead. Moehrig-Woodard then hooked up with junior Levi Williams on a 37-yard touchdown pass early in the fourth quarter to provide some cushion for the Rangers. Smithson Valley will face
Wagner 45, East Central 16
Wagner ended its season by picking up a district win to finish 4-6 on the campaign. Junior quarterback Tobias Weaver quietly piled up some impressive rushing numbers as UTSA commit Spencer Burford-Watts paved the way up front for the Thunderbirds. More to come on OK3Sports.comlater on.
John Jay 58, Brandeis 57 (OT)
John Jay qualified for the postseason for the first time since 2006 after finishing 0-10 in 2016 with a remarkable 58-57overtime victory over Brandeis,who will miss the playoffs for the second time in school history after finishing with a 7-3 record. Junior Jaylin Hastings is for real. One of the leading rushers in the area rushed for 296 yards and four touchdowns as John Jay was aggressive from the word go to pick up the win over the No. 9 Broncos. Junior Jacob Zeno rushed for a 4-yard touchdown run to tie it up at 50 to send the game into an extra session. John Jay finished with 697 yards of total offense in the victory. Brandeis wide receiver Jalen Griffin caught eight passes for 184 yards and four touchdowns in the loss.
Warren 31, Taft 28
Warren held off Taft 31-28 in a playoff decider and will move on to face No. 2 Converse Judson in the playoffs next week. Taft, who missed a late field goal that would have tied the game. Taft narrowly missed the playoffs and finishes with a 2-8 record after showing life late in the season. B.J. Greenehit Jared Campbell on a 48-yard touchdown pass with 1:39 remaining to give the Warriors the victory and the playoff nod out of District 28-6A. Devin Moore rushed for 142 yards and two touchdowns, while Quinton Starkscaught 10 passes for 116 yards and a touchdown for the Warriors. Julian DeHoyos left it all on the field for the Raiders after leading them to a shot at the playoffs. DeHoyos completed 21 of 28 passes for 295 yards and two touchdowns and also picked up 132 yards and two touchdowns on the ground.
Southwest 35, South San 31
South San nearly pulled the shocker over rival Southwest, falling 35-31 in a heartbreaker by three to miss a .500 record on the season by one game. Southwest will advance to the playoffs. The Bobcats were clinging to a 24-21 lead entering the fourth quarter before the 8-2 Dragons rallied. Martin Torresrushed for three touchdowns, and Sean Ruiz added a pair of scores including a 92-yard burst with 3:24 remaining in the game. Raul Agosto rushed for 191 yards in the loss, while Jacob Martinez rushed for a pair of touchdowns.
Eagle Pass 30, Del Rio 0
Laredo Alexander 18, Laredo United 15
Dripping Springs 35, Marble Falls 14
Boerne Champion 49, Seguin 14
Alamo Heights 34, Medina Valley 33
Kerrville Tivy 34, Lockhart 10
“The Salsa Bowl”
Memorial 55, Kennedy 20
Anthony Esparza threw for 322 yards and finished one short of his career high in touchdown passes with six as Memorial blasted Kennedy to take home “Salsa Bowl” bragging rights for the year as well as the District 28-5Achampionship. Matthew Padilla caught seven passes for 163 yards and a pair of touchdown daggers from Esparza’s hot hand. Esparza would also add a rushing score for the Minutemen, who posted an impressive 8-2 mark on the season. Kennedy was led by quarterback Angel Sanchez, who threw for 162 yards and a pair of scores for the Rockets.
Highlands 30, Brackenridge 28
Joseph Palafos completed 14 of 21 passes for 247 yards and two touchdowns as Highlands finished with season with a 7-3 mark with a 30-28 victory over Brackenridge. Highlands workhorse Rene Palomino, who leads Region IV in carries on the season, rushed for 86 tough yards and two touchdowns to pace the Owls. Dre’Chan Moody continued his productive season at wide receiver with six catches for 132 yards and a touchdown. Vincent Gonzalez threw for 233 yards, rushed for 113 yards, and accounted for three touchdowns in a losing effort for the Eagles, who finish 5-5 on the campaign.
Jefferson 21, Edison 17
Jefferson got off to a fast start as it took a 21-10 halftime lead and held on in a 21-17 victory over Edison to round out the season for both ballclubs. Jalen Pena rushed for 132 yards and a pair of first half touchdowns for the Mustangs, while quarterback Jason Garay hooked up with Andrew Halpin on a 6-yard touchdown pass to open the scoring for Jefferson. Servando Cervantes led the Golden Hears with 106 yards and a touchdown in a losing effort.
Southside 36, Floresville 28
Southside claimed the District 29-5A title over Floresville on Friday night at Eschenburg Field after what has been a tough week for local residents. Floresville stormed out to a 28-7 lead in the first half before Southside responded with 29 unanswered points of its own to pick up the 36-28victory. San Antonio area leading rusher Eddie Perez broke free on a 92-yard touchdown run untouched to seal it for the Cardinals, who move to 8-2 on the season. Both teams advance to the playoffs next week.
Uvalde 27, CC Winn 6
“The Frontier Bowl”
Harlandale 24, McCollum 21
Crystal City 20, Devine 14
Cuero 68, Wharton 8
Marion 42, Cole 14
Navarro 51, Bandera 14
Pearsall 30, Carrizo Springs 6
Pleasanton 17, Beeville Jones 14
Poteet 40, Lytle 8
Randolph 57, Ingram Moore 20
Refugio 35, Shiner 0
Somerset 33, La Vernia 14
Wimberley 50, Hondo 0
Austin Regents 26, Austin Hyde Park 7
Brownsville St. Joseph 55, Antonian Prep 31
Fort Worth All-Saints 42, Central Catholic 7
Holy Cross 22, Austin St. Michael’s 19
Saint Mary’s Hall 16. Cornerstone 9