- Converse Judson (6-0, 4-0) – Still rolling…
- O’Connor (7-0, 6-0) – 18 straight district victories…
- Cibolo Steele (5-2. 3-1) – Getting better every week…
- Warren (6-1, 5-1) – Holding on…
- Brennan (5-2. 5-1) – Emerging at the right time…
- Schertz Clemens (5-2, 3-1) – Found a quarterback but known for defense…
- Madison (5-2, 4-0) – Heaggans has Mavericks flying high with five straight W’s…
- Brandeis (5-2, 4-2) – Watch this space… power rankings would see Brandeis much higher than No. 8
- Reagan (5-2, 3-1) – Still a very dangerous team in 27-6A….
- Johnson (5-2. 3-1) – Quietly handling its business as Rodriquez takes off…
- Smithson Valley (2-4, 2-2) – Slowly coming together and dangerous as ever…
East Central (4-3, 2-2) – Still in the mix…
John Jay (4-3, 3-3) – Zeno and stat stuffing Hastings hanging around…
Power Rankings: 1. Judson, 2. O’Connor, 3. Brennan, 4. Steele, 5. Brandeis
No. 1 Converse Judson is all but in the playoffs, heading to 6A Division I.
If the season were to end today, Smithson Valley would join the Rockets in Division I, while Cibolo Steele and Schertz Clemens would participate in the Division II festivities.
Should East Central get back into the top four after dropping two straight, the Hornets would go to Division I as the largest school in District 26-6A.
Head-to-Head in case of a tiebreaker, Smithson Valley defeated East Central, the Hornets defeated New Braunfels, while the Unicorns bested Wurst Bowl rival New Braunfels Canyon. Steele holds the tiebreaker over Clemens by virtue of its 28-7 victory in the Battle of 3009.
District 25-6A Playoff Contenders: Buda Hays (7-0. 5-0, 2988.5), Austin Westlake (6-1. 5-0, 2706), Lake Travis (6-1, 4-1, 3085), Austin Bowie (5-2, 3-2, 2783), Austin Anderson (4-3, 3-2, 2225), Del Valle (4-4, 2-4, 3334)
Division I: Lake Travis and Buda Hays
Division II:Austin Westlake and Austin Bowie
Division I: Converse Judson vs. Buda Hays, Lake Travis vs. Smithson Valley
Division II: Austin Westlake vs. Schertz Clemens, Cibolo Steele vs. Austin Bowie
Madison is rolling with five straight victories after dropping its season opener to Clemens and a loss on the road at Austin Bowie.
Reagan owns the tiebreaker over Johnson with a head-to-head victory in Week 4. Churchill and Roosevelt are on track to play for the final playoff position out of 27-6A in Week 11 at Heroes Stadium.
South San and MacArthur are on the outside looking in with 1-3 records in district play. South San has lost three straight by a combined 23 points in one of the more impressive accomplishments citywide in 2018.
Division I: Madison (3286) and Reagan (3518)
Division II: Johnson (3083) and Churchill (2930) or Roosevelt (2885)
Alive: South San (2606) and MacArthur (2386)
O’Connor, on an 18-game district winning streak, has not lost to a Northside ISD opponent since November 6, 2015 after losing a district title decider to Brennan.
Warren has the head-to-head tiebreaker over Warren after the Warriors surprised Brennan to open district play. Brennan has the tiebreaker over Brandeis.
John Jay has Jacob Zeno and yardage machine Jaylin Hastings. The Mustangs could pull themselves back into the mix as it did in 2017 with a 58-55 overtime win over Brandeis to sneak into the postseason.
Seeing Stevens, Taft, and Clark make a huge push is a long shot at this point being three games back from Warren and Brennan. Mathematically, they are still alive.
Division I: O’Connor (3367) and Warren (3124)
Division II: Brennan (2683) and Brandeis (2724)
Alive: John Jay (3058), Stevens (2963), Taft (2664), Clark (2824)
Bi-District Playoff Projections
Division I: O’Connor vs. Reagan, Madison vs. Warren
Division II: Johnson vs. Brandeis, Brennan vs. CHUR/ROOS