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Area High School Football Matchups for Concho Valley Teams!

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 2022-11-14

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SAN ANGELO – Bi-District high school football has passed and the Area round of the Texas High School Footballl Playoffs are on the way!

The Concho Valley had a good week last week in the opening round of the playoffs as several team moved on to the second round.

The games on Thursday, November 17, 2022:

Irion County Hornets vs Leakey Eagles

The Hornets played the May Tigers in Robert Lee in an insane game that ended in an Irion County victory 104-91. Leakey was also involved in a close one against Leverett’s Chapel 39-35. The Hornets will take on the Eagles this Thursday, November 17, in Sonora at 6:00 p.m.

Sterling City Eagles vs Windthorst Trojans

The Sterling City Eagles beat the Miles Bulldogs 43-42 at Clayton Weishuhn Field last week. This is the Eagles first year back in 11-man football after spending some time at the 6-man level. They’ll be playing the Windthorst Trojans this Thursday in Clyde, Texas at 7:00 p.m.

Windthorst senior quarterback Logan Cope has thrown for 2,068 yards, 23 touchdowns, and 11 interceptions. He’s also run for 698 yards and 10 touchdowns and sophomore Tyler Camacho has rushed for 445 yards four touchdowns. Senior back Clay Hoff has put up 328 yards and has crossed the endzone six times.

The Trojans have a few options out wide in junior receiver Brayden Berend who has put up 659 yards and nine touchdowns and behind him is junior Kolby Teakell with 492 yards and four scores.

Defensively, junior Drew Anderle leads the team in tackles with 109, Berend leads with 5.5 sacks, and Teakell has five of Windthorst’s 11 interceptions.

Wink Wildcats vs Santo Wildcats

Wink shut out Cross Plains in the first week of the playoffs while Santo beat on Seymour 28-20.

Wink faces off against Santo in Colorado City and both teams have very good quarterbacks. Wink’s Kanon Gibson, a senior, has thrown 118-202 for 2,016 yards, 22 touchdowns and two interceptions. On the ground, Gibson ran for 723 yards and 16 touchdowns.

Junior back Bryan Wilcox rushed 85 times for 559 yards and 10 touchdowns. Gibson’s favorite target, senior Jordan Tally, caught 48 passes for 953 yards and 12 scores. Junior pass catcher Zachery Yactayo has 557 yards and five socres.

Santo junior signal caller, Huston Thornton, threw for 273 yards, four scores, and three interceptions in six games but ran for 710 yards and eight touchdowns. Behind him is seniors Jaime Sandoval and Kash Johnson who have 309 and 307 yards respectively.

Wink takes on Santo in Wolf Stadium in Colorado City.

Brock Eagles vs Muleshoe Mules

Just up Interstate 20 in Sweetwater, the Brock Eagles will play the Muleshoe Mules at the Mustang Bowl. Brock started off the season 0-4 after quite the buzzsaw in the beginning the of the season. They started off against Pleasant Grove, Hirschi, Wimberley, and Gunter then turned around in district and went 6-0. The Eagles shut out the Iowa Park Hawks in the Bi-District round last week.

Senior quarterback Tyler Moody threw 48-93 for 613 yards, 8 touchdowns, five interceptions and rushed for 196 yards and two scores in five games. Junior running backs Brett Tutter and Reid Watkins have 587 yard and nine touchdowns combined.

Muleshoe has had two players take snaps at quarterback in junior Sebastian Kirven and sophomore Nathan Martens who have thrown for 1,743 yards combined, 18 touchdowns, and 15 interceptions. Junior back Daniel Sianez has rushed for 1,133 yards and 10 touchdowns. Kirven is second on the team in rushing yards with 510 and eight scores.

Senior Eliasar Cisneros has caught 549 yards and six touchdowns while senior Irvin Torres has 669 yards and eight scores.

Muleshoe is in a tough district with Shallowater and Bushland who both went 10-1 during the season.

The games on Friday, November 18, 2022:

Sonora Broncos vs Farwell Steers

The Sonora Broncos took on the Olney Cubs last week and won 28-27 after a big game from Jaime Buitron, Hunter O’Banon, and Edgar DeLuna. Sonora is squaring off against the Farwell Steers in Big Spring’s Memorial Stadium.

Olney did a good job limiting Buitron to only 94 passing yards, but he did throw two touchdowns. Sonora broke Olney by running the ball for 329 yards and two scores.

Like Olney, the Steers are in a tough district but have put up 402 points and only given up 158. The two teams they lost to during the season were both district team that finished above them in seeding in Stratford and Panhandle.

Wall Hawks vs Childress Bobcats

The Wall Hawks are back in action after Tornillo had to forfeit their playoff game. The Hawks will take on Childress Bobcats in Breckenridge’s Buckaroo Stadium.

Wall has played very good as of late and went perfect in district. Junior Nathan Pepper has rushed for 799 yards and 11 scores. Sophomores Gunner Dillard and Garrett Guy each have over 500 rushing yards. Senior Jayden Sellers and sophomore Luke Kemp have 590 yards combined.

The Bobcats finished district 4-1 having lost to Canadian in their opening week of district. Childress beat the Coahoma Bulldogs 46-20 last week.

The COVER1 Crew will work overtime so tune into COVER1 on Friday for exclusive coaches interviews, score updates, highlights, and more at 4:00, 8:00, and 10:00 p.m. only on San Angelo LIVE!

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