Fort Bend Area Football Stars of Week 5

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Da’Shawn Burton, Needville: The freshman carried 20 times for 175 yards and four touchdowns, averaging 8.8 per carry as the Blue Jays won their out-of-district final. Burton has up to nine touchdowns for the season.

Cade Carter, Fulshear: The Chargers had many stars in a convincing District 10-5A Division II debut. Carter made two interceptions, bringing his team’s total to four, and added seven tackles and two breakouts.

Taylor Davis, Ridge Point: Teams 20-6A might be reluctant to throw Davis’ way after his three interceptions against previously undefeated Clements. He also scored a touchdown and added three tackles to his total of 27 for the season.

Caleb Douglas, Hightower: In a small defensive battle, Caleb Douglas made 10 catches for 159 yards and a clutch touchdown, coming halfway through Kendron Penson’s fourth quarter to put the Hurricanes ahead for good.

Tim Fisher, George Ranch: Fisher contributed in all three phases as the Longhorns won their first District 20-6A game, scoring on a 55-yard rush, making six tackles and kicking four times with an average of 31.3.

Javon Goss, Kempner: The Cougars scored their first points of the season and didn’t stop there, picking up a District 10-5A Division I victory over Milby. Goss completed three touchdown passes, the first from over 50 yards to Gavin Watson-Roysten.

Marxquise Hayes, Willowridge: In a close game, Hayes made some of the biggest plays, including one interception and three catches for 101 yards and two touchdowns. His last catch led to victory point after point in overtime.

Alonzo Hines, Taylor: Hines played his first game since a 230-yard, five-touchdown performance in Week 2. While it didn’t end in a win, Hines added 140 yards and two touchdowns in 20 carries against Shadow Creek.

Chris Marshall, Marshall: The Buffalos claimed another District 11-5A Division II victory, led by three catches and 83 yards from Marshall. All three receptions were marked by touchdowns as part of Ja’Koby Banks’ six-day pass.

Joshua Montalvo, Bernard East: Montalvo averaged 22.1 yards per touchdown, gaining 104 yards and one touchdown on six carries and adding two receptions for 73 yards and one scoring. The Brahmas scored 56 points, a season high, in their out of district final.

Robert Sims III, Travis: The Tigers dominated in their District 20-6A opener, with the Sims amassing 111 yards and two touchdowns on five receptions. Anthony Njoku threw both touchdown passes while scoring five scores.

Jamaal Wiley, Stafford: The Spartans took advantage of their surprise against Sealy with their biggest margin of victory in at least 15 years. Wiley propelled the victory on the ground with 215 yards and six touchdowns in just 12 carries, averaging 17.9 yards per carry.

WEEK 5 SCORES

September 23

Travis 68, Austin 0

Dawson 40, Hastings 0

Hightower 16, Manvel 12

Angleton 48, Terry 13

September 24

Alvin 36, Elsik 20

Shadow Creek 35, Taylor 21

Bush 28, Dulles 0

George Ranch 35, Elkins 14

Marshall 59, Waltrip 0

Stafford 67, Wharton 3

Needville 44, Sweeny 37

Dallas Christian 35, Fort Bend Christian 13

Fulshear 42, Lake Creek 15

Bernard East 56, Ganado 20

September 25

Point of the ridge 56, Clément 20

Kempner 35, Milby 3

Willowridge 21, Sharpstown 20 (OT)

Foster 77, Wisdom 0

Consolidated A&M 49, Consolidated Lamar 3

SCHEDULE WEEK 6

September 30

Elkins vs. Bush, 6 p.m., Hall Stadium *

Fulshear vs Montgomery, 7 p.m., Traylor Stadium *

October 1st

Taylor vs. Elsik, 7 p.m., Crump Stadium *

Hastings vs. Strake Jesuit, 7 p.m., Clay Stadium *

Travis vs. George Ranch, 7 p.m., Hall Stadium *

Foster vs Terry, 7 p.m., Traylor Stadium *

Willowridge vs. HISD Austin, 7 p.m. Barnett Stadium *

Logo preparation against Bryan Allen Academy, 7 p.m., Baker Field *

Brazos v. Victoria St. Joseph, 7:30 p.m., Cougar Stadium


October 2

Marshall vs. Sharpstown, 11 a.m., Hall Stadium *

Hightower vs. Angleton, 6 p.m., Hall Stadium *

Kempner vs. Wisdom, 6 p.m., Butler Stadium *

* Neighborhood game

RANKING

20-6A

Ridge point 2-0 / 4-1

Ranch George 1-0 / 3-1

Travis 1-0 / 2-2

Bush 1-0 / 1-3

Clement 1-1 / 4-1

Elkins 0-1 / 0-4

Dulles 0-2 / 2-3

Austin 0-2 / 0-5

23-6A

Alvin 1-0 / 3-1

Dawson 1-0 / 3-1

Pearland 1-0 / 2-2

Shadow Creek 1-0 / 2-2

Taylor 0-1 / 2-2

Elsik 0-1 / 1-3

Jesuit Strake 0-1 / 1-3

Hastings 0-1 / 0-4

10-5A DI

Angleton 3-0 / 5-0

Paetow 2-0 / 4-0

High tower 2-0 / 3-1

Manvel 2-1 / 3-2

Host family 2-1 / 3-2

Kempner 1-1 / 1-3

Terry 0-3 / 1-4

Milby 0-3 / 0-5

Wisdom 0-3 / 0-5

10-5A DII

Rudder 1-0 / 4-0

Consolidated A&M 1-0 / 4-1

Fast shear 1-0 / 4-1

Montgomery 0-0 / 4-0

Lake stream 0-1 / 4-1

Huntsville 0-1 / 2-2

Lamar Consolidated 0-1 / 1-4

11-5A DII

Marshal 3-0 / 5-0

Willowridge 3-0 / 3-1

Galène Park 2-1 / 3-2

Sterling 2-1 / 2-3

Austin 1-1 / 1-3

Strong city 1-1 / 1-3

Madison 0-2 / 1-3

Waltrip 0-3 / 0-4

North side 0-3 / 0-5

12-4A DI

El Campo 0-0 / 4-1

Colombia 0-0 / 3-1

Bay City 0-0 / 2-2

Neville 0-0 / 2-3

Stafford 0-0 / 2-3

Brazosport 0-0 / 1-3

14-3A DII

Bernard East 0-0 / 4-1

Danbury 0-0 / 3-2

Tidehaven 0-0 / 2-2

Brazos 0-0 / 2-3

Rice Consolidated 0-0 / 2-3

Van Vleck 0-0 / 2-3

TAPS II-4

The Christian of the Woods 0-0 / 4-0

Catholic Frassati 0-0 / 4-1

Second Baptist 0-0 / 4-1

Lutheran South 0-0 / 3-1

Victoria Saint-Joseph 0-0 / 3-1

Fort Bend Christian 0-0 / 2-3

TAP 6M I / II-6

Emery / Weiner 1-0 / 4-0

Preparation of logos 0-0 / 3-0

Galveston O’Connell 0-0 / 0-1

Bryan Allen Academy 0-0 / 1-3

Conroe Pact 0-1 / 3-1


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