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Friday Night Highlights: Costello Suffers Injury

Brendan Costello left Friday night’s game with a head injury and more.

San Clemente Times

Oklahoma State’s resident QB commit suffered a concussion with a notable coach in attendance, Thomas Harper did Thomas Harper things and Cedar Hill picks up a nice district win. Check out week nine below!

Brendan Costello, Quarterback

Costello gave way early to junior quarterback Drayton Joseph after suffering a head injury in the first half. The Tritons were able to come away with a 21-20 win over Mission Viejo to become South Coast league champs and end a 19-year losing streak to the Diablos. Costello finished with 37 yards on 5-of-10 passing with offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich watching. Joseph finished with 278 yards and two touchdowns along with two interceptions as Costello’s replacement.

The injury had to frustrating for the senior quarterback, but he was thrilled to end the losing streak ⬇️

Thomas Harper, Athlete

After a week off, ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to the Thomas Harper show! Karns picked up its second win of the season last week, 35-19 over Seymour. Harper did the numbers thing once again, catching nine balls for 172 yards and three scores. On defense, he finished with 11 tackles.

One of Harper’s touchdown catches was a screen that he took 70 yards himself ⬇️

Xavier Ross, Defensive End

Cedar Hill got back in the win column on Friday with a 42-17 win over Mansfield Lake Ridge. Ross had two sacks on the night as the Longhorns advanced to 6-1 (2-1). Cedar Hill plays in one of the toughest districts in Texas and will close the regular season with games against South Grand Prairie, Mansfield and DeSoto and will likely need to win two of those games to make the playoffs.

Other News

  • Grayson Boomer and Collinsville kept rolling with a 41-13 win over Pryor.
  • Xavier Player and Cibolo Steele took down New Braunfels 24-14.
  • Demarco Jones and Booker T Washington defeated Muskogee 47-26.
  • Isreal Isuman-Hundley and Colleyville Heritage rolled 63-6 over Carrollton R.L. Turner.
  • Trace Ford and Edmond Santa Fe beat Westmoore 24-6.