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October 31, 2012

GC Football: Week 9 Standings and Statistics

(Continued)

Passing

Name, school    C-A-I    Yds.    TDs


Nic Shimonek, Mildred    98-148-4    1,522    20

Jayd Kirby, Bl. Grove    52-120-6    912    8

Nate Betts, Kerens    58-120-12    703    8

Brandon Campbell, Wortham    46-100-8    638    4

Jacob Stroder, Frost    24-51-2    614    6

Casen Martin, Hubbard    26-92-7    529    8

Zach Rash, Corsicana    30-68-2    452    6

Brandon Cehand, Dawson    22-85-9    320    1

Dalton Pike, Rice    17-53-8    297    5

Witty Busby, Wortham    20-59-5    283    2

Devontay Bell, Corsicana    10-34-1    111    1

Rayvon Faulk, Kerens    2-2-0    86    0

Bobby Wallace, Corsicana    2-8-0    69    0

Tyler Ellis, Bl. Grove    1-1-0    25    0

Robert Worley, Frost    2-3-0    14    0

Ragan Henderson, Rice    0-1-0    0    0

Tygarius Sheffield, Corsicana    0-1-0    0    0

Shane Sykora, Wortham    0-1-0    0    0

Austin Peppers, Rice    0-4-1    0    0

Receiving

Name, school    Rec.    Yds.    Avg.    TDs


Mikey Muncy, Mildred    26    561    21.6    7

Brett Anderson, Kerens    23    489    21.3    7

D’Warren Simmons, Hubbard    12    353    29.4    5

Brysen Rhodes, Wortham    22    336    15.3    1

Travis Whiteside, Bl. Grove    15    309    20.6    1

Johnathan Harrison, Mildred    18    291    16.2    4

Bobby Wallace, Corsicana    15    289    19.3    3

Josh Riojas, Frost    10    263    26.3    3

Raleigh Seilheimer, Mildred    22    250    11.4    5

Kevin Townsel, Kerens    20    246    12.3    2

Brandon Hays, Bl. Grove    12    214    17.8    3

Jase Butler, Mildred        16    201    12.6    1

Danial Steels, Frost        7    179    25.5    2

Marvin Manning, Dawson    6    163    27.2    0

Tyler Morris, Bl. Grove    9    163    18.1    2

Draylon Sterling, Mildred    8    161    20.1    2

Chris Lee, Wortham    6    159    26.5    1

Tyvon Freeman, Wortham    18    154    8.6    1

Codie Pair, Rice    4    142    35.5    2

Tyler Ellis, Bl. Grove    6    131    21.8    1

Ashton Newsome, Corsicana    4    127    31.8    2

Woody Woods, Frost    4    119    29.8    0

Brandon Campbell, Wortham    6    107    17.8    2

Ragan Henderson, Rice    7    99    14.1    3

Ty Skinner, Dawson    8    99    12.4    1

Zach Bayer, Bl. Grove    6    92    15.3    1

Shelton Sayles, Kerens    10    70    7.0    1

Robert Worley, Frost    3    61    20.3    0

Witty Busby, Wortham    3    58    19.3    1

Louis Lachney, Dawson    7    56    8.0    0

Alonzo Gipson, Corsicana    7    53    7.6    0

Logan McClinton, Hubbard    3    50    16.7    1

Jeremy Ballard, Mildred    4    49    12.5    0

Zach Rash, Corsicana    2    48    24.0    0

Jacob Grayson, Corsicana    2    45    22.5    1

Nick Johnson, Hubbard    2    39    19.5    1

Casey Jones, Hubbard    2    35    17.5    1

Cade Rigamonti, Frost    1    30    30.0    0

Chris Atchley, Rice    2    28    14.0    0

Micah McCord, Wortham    2    27    13.5    0

Kyle Goerner, Wortham    6    27    4.5    0

Dalton Wasinger, Bl. Grove    1    25    25.0    0

Rayvon Faulk, Kerens    4    25    6.3    0

Michael Anderson, Wortham    1    24    24.0    0

Tiano McDonald, Corsicana    2    21    10.5    1

Alex Jimenez, Hubbard    2    20    10.0    0

Eric Hughes, Rice    2    19    9.5    0

Trey Henderson, Hubbard    4    19    4.8    0

Will Burnham, Mildred    2    18    9.0    0

Zack Duncan, Kerens    1    17    17.0    0

Jordan Lewis, Corsicana    1    17    17.0    0

Shane Sykora, Wortham    1    16    16.0    0

Pedro Escamilla, Corsicana    3    16    5.3    0

Jaxon Martin, Mildred    1    15    15.0    0

Jacob Stroder, Frost    2    14    7.0    0

Hudson Alderman, Hubbard    1    13    13.0    0

Haven Proulx, Wortham    1    13    13.0    0

Robert Ruiz, Dawson    1    12    12.0    0

Angel Oropeza, Rice    1    7    7.0    0

Lane Green, Kerens    1    6    6.0    0

Kaley Washington, Corsicana    1    4    4.0    0

Rowdy Barlow, Bl. Grove    1    3    3.0    0

Justin Gibson, Corsicana    1    3    3.0    0

Noah McBride, Rice    1    2    2.0    0

Ronnie Devereaux, Corsicana    1    1    1.0    0

 

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