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Friday Night Highlights: Costello Preps For Playoffs

Brendan Costello gears up for the playoffs, Thomas Harper’s high school career comes to an end and more.

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Costello gets a week to recover, Harper’s high school career comes to an end, Hundley earns DPOW honors and more. Here is week 10!

Brendan Costello, Quarterback

The San Clemente Tritons had the week off before a first round playoff matchup with Murrieta Valley next week. The Tritons previously lost at Murrieta Valley 55-38 back on September 7th, but the team has been on a roll since then, winning their last four and four of five since that game.

The bye week before the playoffs is highly beneficial for San Clemente as it gives them a chance for their star quarterback to recover from a concussion suffered in the regular season finale. Costello used the bye week to watch his future school take down Texas at Americas’ Greatest Homecoming.

Thomas Harper, Athlete

Karns finished up its season with a hard fought 39-33 loss to Clinton. Harper went out with a bang, recording seven catches for 92 yards to lead the receiving corps. On defense, he chipped in 11 tackles and a 95-yard pick-six.

Add those stats to these below and that’s what Harper finished with for the year. Welcome home Cowboy!

Xavier Ross, Defensive Tackle

Ross and Cedar Hill took down South Grand Prairie 22-7 to stay afloat in one of the states’ toughest districts. The Cedar Hill win puts them in a five-way (five!!!) tie for first place in the district. Ross finished with three tackles on the night, two for loss, and then followed up Friday night’s win with a trip to Stillwater for homecoming on Saturday night.

Isreal Isuman-Hundley

Colleyville Heritage came out on the wrong end of a 59-20 result against rival Grapevine last week. Hundley had a breakout game for the Panthers, recording 10 tackles, two for loss, including a sack. His performance earned him Heritage defensive player-of-the-week honors.

Other News

  • Xavier Player tallies a tackle and an interception in a 21-19 loss to Smithson Valley.
  • Grayson Boomer and Collinsville took down Skiatook 17-3.
  • Kody Waltersheid and Muenster rolled Tioga 64-0. The Hornets are unbeaten this year against class 2A teams.
  • Trace Ford and Edmond Santa Fe lost to Jenks 49-8.
  • Kamryn Farrar and Dallas Skyline beat Molina 62-0.