How the top Houston area football players fared in Week 11
PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
Yzerick Oliver, Senior
Wide Receiver, Worthing
Oliver caught an incredible 19 receptions for an unheard of 419-yards receiving and four touchdowns. Despite his efforts Worthing fell just short to Sweeny 54-44.
Kyran Mitchell, Senior
Mitchell had nine total tackles, 3 tackles for a loss, and one pass break up in Lamar’s 38-14 win over Katy Morton Ranch.
Brandon Hayes, Yates, Hayes completed 5 of his 6 passing attempts for 141-yards and one touchdowns in Yates’s 41-12 loss to West Columbia Columbia.
Trevon Smith, Bellaire, Smith completed 15-of-27 passing attempts for 305-yards and three passing touchdowns. He also ran the ball 22 times for 130-yards and one rushing touchdown. Bellaire fell just short to Katy Cinco Ranch 50-43.
Alfred Robertson, Worthing, Robertson completed 27-of-39 passing attempts for an amazing 529-yards and seven passing touchdowns. He also rushed the ball 8 times for 29-yards. Worthing fell just short to Sweeny 54-44.
Ronnie Wesley, Lamar, Wesley carried the ball 15 times for 115-yards and two touchdowns in Lamar’s 38-14 win over Katy Morton Ranch.
Floyd Green, Wheatley, Green rushed the ball 13 times for 147-yards and one touchdown in Wheatley’s 70-12 loss to Fort Bend Ridge Point.
Donald Catalon, Eisenhower, Catalon carried the ball 22-times for 161-yards and one touchdown. He also caught four receptions for 36-yards in Eisenhower’s 24-23 loss to Houston Cypress Ridge.
Xavier Campbell, Bellaire, Campbell rushed the ball 15 times for 131-yards and one touchdown in Bellaire’s 50-43 loss to Katy Cinco Ranch.
Davon Crookshank, Marshall, Crookshank rushed the ball 29 times for 173-yards and two touchdowns in Marshall’s 27-13 victory over North Forest.
Floyd Osborne, Eisenhower, Osborne had six catches for 88-yards in Eisenhower’s 24-23 loss to Houston Cypress Ridge.
Tiderus Evans, North Forest, Evans had two catches for 84-yards and one touchdown in North Forest’s 27-13 loss to Fort Bend Marshall.
Kenyon Tennessee, Yates, Tennessee had three catches for 121-yards and one touchdown in Yates’s 41-12 loss to West Columbia Columbia.
Traveon Auzenne, Worthing, Auzenne had six catches for 107-yards and three touchdowns in Worthing’s 54-44 loss to Sweeny.
Ryheem Malone, Bellaire, Malone had 11-catches for 248-yards and three touchdowns. He also rushed the ball two times for 10-yards and a rushing touchdown in Bellaire’s 50-43 loss to Katy Cinco Ranch.
Glen Anderson, Lamar, Anderson had eight total tackles and one tackle for a loss in Lamar’s 38-14 win over Katy Morton Ranch.
Holton Hill, Lamar, Hill had six total tackles and one pass deflection in Lamar’s 38-14 win over Katy Morton Ranch.
John Plattenburg, Lamar, Plattenburg had six total tackles and 1.5 tackles for a loss in Lamar’s 38-14 win over Katy Morton Ranch.
Torian Williams, Ridge Point: The defensive end had 10 tackles, including four for loss and two sacks, to go with a forced fumble and fumble recovery in leading the Panthers to a 70-12 win over Wheatley.
D’Onta Foreman, Texas City: The tailback ran 13 times for 243 yards (18.7 yards per carry) and scored touchdowns of 2, 19, 81 and 99 yards in a 41-19 victory over Terry.
Remi Olonade, Alief Taylor: The junior was 16-of-28 passing for 312 yards and three touchdowns, and he ran for 132 yards and one touchdown in a win over Langham Creek.
Kobe Miller, College Station A&M Consolidated: The quarterback was 23-of-31 passing for 366-yards and three touchdowns. He also ran for 34 yards and a rushing touchdown in a win over Humble Kingwood.
Austin Walter, Crosby: The tailback ran 19 times for 301 yards and scored six touchdowns of 56, 11, 18, 9, 56, and 70-yards in a win over Port Neches-Groves.
The information provided is from stats received from the coaches on a weekly basis. Not all schools made a submission by our deadline.