Freelance recap October 22, 2013
Good Samaritan HomeSchool was able to crack the Top 25 in the state rankings this week after a bye. The Hornets came in at 7 in the state poll after placing at number 223 last week.
Good Samaritan HomeSchool moved up to 7 from 223 in the state rankings this week, the biggest jump in Freelance.
College Station's offense was unstoppable this week, as it produced the league's top passer, rusher and receiver. Cole Whittlesey threw for 111 and 1 touchdown and Rajah Preciado had 50 yards receiving. On the ground Preciado contributed 143 yards. Randy Cessna helped College Station's passing attack out by catching 1 ball for 32 yards.
The Cougars' dynamic duo of Whittlesey and Preciado proved to be unstoppable against Tomball Christian HomeSchool, as they were the top passer and receiver in the league this week. Cessna helped College Station's passing attack out by catching 1 ball for 32 yards.
Preciado provided a threat through the air and on the ground as College Station topped the Warriors.
The leading receiver in the league this season is Chris Sennette. The College Station star has 13 catches for 409 yards.
An important game coming up in the league this week will be when Tornillo takes on Brock. At the moment, the Coyotes are in fourth, while the Eagles are in second.
Lasara was the team that made the biggest jump in the rankings, moving from 12th to 10th in the league. Earlier in the week, the Lions triumphed over Pharr Oratory 28-16.Story is based on stats entered in MaxPreps by Tuesday 5am PST each week.