Texas high school football state championships took place over the weekend, and players committed to area colleges made some noise.
Here is a look at how commits for each school fared in title games:
— No Baylor commits played for state titles over the weekend.
— Five-star 2020 Aledo running back Jase McClellan rushed for 147 yards and three touchdowns and also added 23 yards receiving and another score in a 55-19 blowout win over Fort Bend Marshall. McClellan only played about two and a half quarters and was named the game’s Offensive MVP.
— No SMU commits competed for state titles.
— Newton athlete Joshua Foster passed for 97 yards and a touchdown in a 21-16 victory over Canadian.
— Newton running back Darwin Barlow rushed for 96 yards, logged 45 yards receiving and scored two total touchdowns in the same game.
— Longview offensive lineman Marcus Williams helped Longview rack up 569 yards of total offense in a 35-34 win over Beaumont West Brook.
— Aledo linebacker Wyatt Harris recorded several tackles and led a solid defensive effort in a dominant 55-19 win over Fort Bend Marshall.
— Four-star Cuero athlete Jordan Whittington exploded for 377 yards of total offense and six touchdowns in a 40-28 win over Pleasant Grove. He set a state title game record for most rushing yards in a game with 334 and was named the game’s Offensive MVP. He also recorded 11 tackles on defense.
— No Texas A&M commits competed for state titles.
— North Shore defensive lineman Tony Bradford notched several tackles in a wild 41-36 win over North Shore in the 6A DII state title game.
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