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Grapeland Sandies Football Update: Week 4 Normangee

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Grapeland Stats – Post Game 4

Grapeland (3-1) – DCTF 2A-DII Ranking – No. 5:
Grapeland 44, Milano 9
Grapeland 38, Cayuga 14
Crockett 48, Grapeland 8
Grapeland 32, Normangee 21
*Grapeland @ Evadale
*Grapeland vs Burkeville
*Grapeland @ Colmesneil
*Grapeland vs Lovelady (Homecoming)
*Grapeland @ Woodlands Christian Academy
*Grapeland @ West Hardin

Normangee Game Notes:
• Grapeland offense scored 5 touchdowns, but managed to rack up 609 total yards on the night.
• Junior quarterback BJ Lamb was out this game with an injury, while senior Dacorian Bryant started as his back-up.
• Bryant finished the game 14 of 18 for 212 yards and one TD pass, while rushing for 95 yards and another TD. (This was Bryant’s first ever varsity start at quarterback).
• Bryant also led the defense in tackles with 10 total on the night.
• Cadarian Wiley had the best performance of his high school career at running-back with 22 carries for 236 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Wiley also had a strip on defense that he returned 60 yards for a touchdown.
• Grapeland had no trouble moving the ball throughout the night, but penalties and turnovers kept the Sandies from scoring more.
• Junior Linebacker Cooper Sheridan finished second in tackles for the defense with 9 total on the night, which brings his total stats in four games to 63 tackles, 5 TFLs, 1 forced fumble, and 1 PBU.
• Sheridan is currently ranked 1st in Class 2A, 4th in 6A-1A in Texas, and 35th in the USA in tackles.


Evadale Game Notes:
• This will be the third time in school history that Grapeland has played Evadale, and is the first District 12-2A DII game of the season for both teams.
• The Sandies won the last two meetings – The first win came in an exciting Bi-District playoff game with Grapeland taking a 28-27 victory; while the second was last year in Grapeland with the Sandies winning 41-6.
• Evadale is a very big team, and has an All-State running-back. The Rebels have only played three games this season – with a 46-14 win over Overton, a 48-34 win over Warren, and a 54-6 loss against 4A Lumberton.

Recruiting:
• BJ Lamb – Class of 2021 o Offers: Arizona State
o Showing interest: Arizona State, Texas Tech, Virginia Tech, LA Tech, Baylor, Boise State,
Florida Atlantic, Texas, Washington, Louisville, Rutgers, and Oklahoma State o Other notes: No visits scheduled
• Cooper Sheridan – Class of 2021 o Offers: None
o Showing interest: University of Houston, LA Tech, Arizona State, Baylor, Texas Tech, South Carolina, Utah, LSU, Oregon State, Texas, and TJC o Other notes: No visits scheduled
• Dameion Smith – Class of 2021 o Offers: None
o Showing interest: Texas Tech, Baylor, Trinity University, TJC, and TVCC
o Other notes: Invited to attend the Texas Tech vs OK State game, and meet Red Raiders staff Saturday, Oct. 5.
• Cadarian Wiley – Class of 2022 o Offers: None
o Showing interest: Texas Tech, Virginia Tech, Baylor, Boise State, Michigan State, and TJC o Other notes: Will attend Texas Tech vs OK State game on Saturday, Oct. 5 as a guest of Dameion Smith.

Stat Leaders

Total Offense:
• Passing – 882 yards – 6 TDs
• Rushing – 818 yards – 11 TDs
• Total – 1700 yards – 17 TDs

Passing:
• BJ Lamb – Jr/QB – 3 Games – 36 of 50 for 640 yards passing, 5 passing TDs, 1 INT

Rushing:
• BJ Lamb – Jr/QB – 3 Games – 35 carries for 211 yards, 5 TDs
• Cadarian Wiley – Soph/RB – 4 Games – 51 carries for 391 yards, 5 TDs

Receiving:
• Dacorian Bryant – Sr/WR – 4 Games – 14 receptions for 247 yards, 2 TDs
• Cooper Ward – Sr/WR – 4 Games – 19 receptions for 227 yards, 1 TD
• Keizion Ashford – Jr/RB – 4 Games – 10 receptions for 194 yards, 1 TD
• Cadarian Wiley – Soph/RB – 4 Games – 2 reception for 81 yards, 1 TD

Tackles:
• Cooper Sheridan – Jr/LB – 63 tackles, 5 TFL, 1 FF, 1 PBU
• Josh Black – Sr/LB – 36 tackles, 2 TFLs, 1 INT
• Kaden Dupree – Sr/OLB – 29 tackles, 7 TFLs
• Dameion Smith – Jr/DE – 28 tackles, 8 TFLs
• Dacorian Bryant – Sr/S – 22 tackles, 1 INT
• Chanellor Francis – Sr/DE – 21 tackles, 5 TFLs
• Cadarian Wiley – Soph/S – 18 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 FF, 1 TD
• Cooper Ward – Sr/OLB – 17 tackles, 5 TFLs

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