Costello impresses as San Clemente looks forward to a big game this coming week, Trace Ford and Xavier Ross lose their first games of the season and we don’t get to look at any outrageously big numbers from Thomas Harper with Karns on a bye week. Here is your week seven update.
Brendan Costello, Quarterback
Costello kept the Tritons rolling with a 35-26 win over Capistrano Valley. The future Poke finished with 300 yards on the nose and three touchdowns on 15-of-25 passing. On the ground, Costello had 15 carries for 27 yards and a score, a little below his usual output on the ground.
Costello will lead San Clemente into next weeks’ matchup with Mission Viejo in a winner-take-all for the South Coast League title ⬇️
Brendan Costello completed 15 of 25 passes for 300 yards and 3 touchdowns in San Clemente's 35-26 win against Capo Valley. Tritons play Mission Viejo for the South Coast League title. @ocvarsity @Tritonfootball @brendancostello pic.twitter.com/cvDL8alohE— Michael Huntley (@mikehuntley63) October 13, 2018
Demarco Jones, Cornerback
Booker T Washington kept its season rolling with a 20-3 with over Sapulpa. Jones pitched in four tackles as the Hornets picked up their third win in four games. The defense has held its’ opponents to under seven points in all three of those wins.
Xavier Player, Cornerback
Cibolo Steele moved to 4-2 on the season with a 45-10 blowout victory over San Marcos. Player finished with six tackles in what was a quick night of work for the Knights. He made a couple of impressive tackles including one that saved a touchdown.
Isreal Isuman-Hundley, Defensive End
Denton Ryan hasn’t taken much of a step back since the departure of Spencer Sanders. The Raiders kept a perfect season alive at the expense of Hundley and Colleyville Heritage, winning 45-30. Hundley finished with three tackles including one tackle-for-loss in the game.
- Xavier Ross and Cedar Hill suffered their first setback of the season with a 7-3 loss to Mansfield Summit. It was the first time this season that the Longhorns failed to score at least 28 points in a game. Cedar Hill did not enter defensive stats.
- Kody Waltersheid and Muenster kept rolling with a 53-6 win over Cumby.
- Grayson Boomer and Collinsville stayed perfect with a 49-12 win over East Central.
- Jayden Jernigan and Allen also stayed perfect with a 74-36 win over Plano East. For those of you who don’t know, Allen just isn’t fair.
- Trace Ford and Edmond Santa Fe lost their first game of the season, 35-7 to Broken Arrow.