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With Mother Nature Putting Rain Over Most of The State, TCU Commits Still Put Up Numbers in Week Nine

Despite games being delayed and in some cases moved to a different day due to the amount of dangerous weather that has set in over most of the state, TCU commits still put up solid numbers in the 9th week of High School Football.

2016's

Courtney Lark, Bellaire - In a 54-0 victory over Houston Math Science & Tech, Lark has one catch for a 63-yard touchdown. It was the only completed pass of the game as Bellaire went to the ground game and used a stout defense against the overmatched Science & Tech School. 

KeShawn Somerville, Henderickson - In a battle of 13-6A unbeaten the Hendrickson defense held Round Rock to just two scores in a 21-15 victory.

Vernon Scott. Mansfield Summit - Scott and the rest of the Summit defense was the difference in a 13-0 shutout over highly offensive powered Lancaster. Lancaster came into the contest scoring more than 50 points in it’ previous two outings. 

Gary Overshown, Mesquite Horn - Horn falls to 4-4 on the season, 3-2 in 10-6A with a 20-7 loss to North Mesquite. 

Clifton Lewis, Fort Bend Hightower - Defense was the name of the game in Hightower’s 10-7 victory over Alief Taylor. The Hurricanes limited Taylor to just 207 yards of offense – 143 on the ground, 64 through the air – on the way to their third consecutive district title. 

Sewo Olonilua, Kingwood - Kingwood fell at home to high-powered Atascocita, 48-7. 

Deriq King + Austin Myers, Manvel - King was 11-for-13, 172 yards and 5 touchdown passes to four different receivers in a 62-0 win over Pasadena Rayburn. Myers anchored an offensive line that helped Manvel accumulate 455 yards of offense.

Dylan Thomas, Paschall - Tied 7-7 after the first quarter, Arlington Martin scored 52 in the second on its way to an 87-20 win over Paschall at AT&T Stadium. 

Tyler Brown, Lexington (OK) - Brown anchored the front for an offense that put up 475 yards rushing in a lopsided 47-19 win over Frederick. 

Kellton Hollins, Zachary (LA) - After a loss to Calvary Baptist Academy in late September, Hollins and his Zachary teammates have reeled off four-straight including most recently, a 29-0 shutout over Live Oak. Hollins had his hand in the Broncos 355-yard offensive output.

Brennen Wooten, San Angelo Central - Wooten threw for three scores and ran for two more in a 43-14 win over Odessa. The senior had 358 yards through the air and added 46 yards on the ground. 

Isaiah Chambers, Aldine MacArthur - MacArthur fell to Memorial, 21-7. 

Trayveon Williams, C.E. King - Williams had touchdown runs of 31, 5, 56, 1 and 5 yards while rushing for 134 yards on 13 attempts in King’s 61-14 win over Galena Park. 

Taj Williams, Iowa Western C.C. - The wide-reciever may have had the best week of all commits has he became the all-time leader in receptions at Iowa Western C.C.. Ended the game vs. Hutchinson with five receptions for 69 yards. 

2017's

Wes Harris, Aledo - The lone 2017 TCU commit in action over the week Harris helped Aledo push season record to 7-1 with a 70-14 blowout over district rival Burleson. 


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