CSS High School Football Southeastern Top 25 Poll - Week 11 | #HSFBTalk

CSS High School Football Southeastern Top 25 Poll - Week 11 | #HSFBTalk
October 28, 2013, 2:00 pm
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1. Booker T. Washington, Miami, FL (9-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 1) Starting quarterback Treon Harris rested with an injury and Malik Atkins stepped in under center completing 8 of 11 passes for 230 yards and three touchdowns. Atkins also added a touchdown run and 65 yards rushing in the Tornadoes’ 41-14 win over Norland (FL). | THIS WEEK: At Edison (FL) 11/02

2. Miami Central, FL (7-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 2) Central outgained Carol City (FL) 439 to 224 and grabbed a 48-18 win on Friday. Miami-commit Joseph Yearby ran for 212 yards and three touchdowns and also tossed a 51-yard touchdown pass in the win. Florida-commit Dalvin Cook rushed for 108 yards and two scores as the Rockets out gained Carol City 439 to 224 in total yards. | THIS WEEK: Palmetto (FL) 11/02

3. Northwestern, Rock Hill, SC (9-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 3) Dupree Hart caught 10 passes for 153 yards and three touchdowns in Northwestern’s 45-14 win over previously unbeaten York (SC). Corey Seargent caught an 82-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Mason Rudolph in the win. | THIS WEEK: At Nation Ford (SC) 11/01

4. Ensworth, Nashville, TN (8-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 4) Junior Rico McGraw ran for 61 hard-earned yards and two touchdowns to lift Ensworth 16-9 over Baylor (TN) in a physical defensive battle. | THIS WEEK: At Brentwood Academy (TN) 11/01

5. Miramar, FL (9-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 5) Ryan Samuels recorded three of the Miramar’s six takeaways in a 38-2 win over Cypress Bay (FL).  Samuels intercepted a pass and recovered two fumbles, including one that he returned for a 19-yard touchdown. Nick Jeanty tossed a 57-yard pass touchdown pass to Kwasim West on the Patriots’ first offensive snap and found Kevin Purlett for a 19-yard touchdown to cap off the opening drive. | THIS WEEK: Cooper City (FL) 11/01

6. Hoover, AL (9-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 6) Hoover topped Tuscaloosa County (AL) 42-0 on Thursday to win its 24-straight game. This season, the Bucs have outscored opponents 353-53 and the Hoover defense held Tuscaloosa County to just 59 yards of offense in the rout. | THIS WEEK: At Opelika (AL) 10/31

7. Manatee, Bradenton, FL (9-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 8) Manatee erased a 21-0 University (FL) lead, and outscored the Suns 21-3 in the second half to grap a 24-21 win. Two rushers finished with more than 100 yards to pace Manatee as Trevon Walters gained 134 yards on 30 carries and quarterback Joshua Meyer totaled 119 yards on 21 carries. | THIS WEEK: Palm Harbor University (FL) 11/01

8. St. Thomas Aquinas, Ft. Lauderdale, FL (7-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 10) Quarterback Wade Freebeck and the Raiders scored on seven consecutive first-half possessions to top Hollywood Hills (FL) 47-7. Freebeck finished 12 of 16 passing for 246 yards and three touchdowns and Mardre London ran in two 15-yard touchdowns in the win. | THIS WEEK: At Plantation (FL) 11/01

9. Godby, Tallahassee, FL (7-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 11) J.T. Bradwell completed 7 of 12 passes for 194 yards and three touchdowns in Godby’s 41-21 win over Florida State School (FL) on Friday. Kenny Young rushed for 85 yards on seven carries and scored two touchdowns in the win. | THIS WEEK: At New Smyrna Beach (FL) 11/01

10. Buford, GA (8-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 12) Buford scored in the first quarter on a 40-yard screen pass from Montgomery VanGorder to highly-recruited sophomore tight end Isaac Nauta and took a 35-0 lead at the half. Buford went on to top Fannin County (GA) 45-8.| THIS WEEK: East Hall (GA) 11/01

11. Karr, New Orleans, LA (6-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 13) Back-up quarterback Kerry Taylor got the start and went 11-of-20 passing the ball for 159 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions in Karr’s 35-14 win over Belle Chase (LA). Taylor found wideout Jeriah Tolbert five times for 72 yards and three touchdowns and Malik Matthews added 150 yards rushing and a touchdown in the win. | THIS WEEK: At McDonogh 35 (LA) 11/01 

12. Byrnes, SC (8-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 14) Byrnes quarterback Shuler Bentley completed 30-of-39 attempts for 510 yards and eight touchdowns to lift Byrnes to a 74-49 win over Mauldin (SC). GregMcHam and Shaedon Meadors each hauled in three scores in the win. | THIS WEEK: Dorman (SC) 11/01

13. Apopka, FL (8-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 15) Chandler Cox passed for 181 yards and and two touchdowns in Apopka’s 70-0 win over Edgewater (FL). Robert Thomas scored three touchdowns and the Blue Darters compiled 557 yards of offense. | THIS WEEK: At Olympia (FL) 11/01

14. University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL (8-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 9) University went up early as Sean White found Jordan Scarlett for a 91-yard touchdown pass on the first play of the game and White’s 21-yard touchdown pass to Jarius Brown late in the first quarter gave the Suns a 21-0 lead. Manatee stifled White and the Suns’ offense from that point and outscored University 21-3 in the second half to hand University it’s first loss of the season 24-21. | THIS WEEK: Islands Coast (FL) 11/01

15. Colquitt County, Moultrie, GA (7-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 16) The Packers trailed 10-3 at halftime but responded with a 52-yard touchdown run by Sihiem King and capitalized on a Valdosta fumble on a punt return to score the winning-touchdown with 3:24 remaining, topping Valdosta (GA) 17-10. | THIS WEEK: At Coffee (GA) 11/01

16. Sandy Creek, Tyrone, GA (7-0-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 17) Sandy Creek rolled past LaGrange (GA) 42-7 on Friday, and held a 35-0 lead before surrendering a single first down defensively. Delvin Weems and Eric Swinney rushed for two scores each in the win. | THIS WEEK: At Carrollton (GA) 11/01

17. East Lake, Tarpon Springs, FL (8-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 18) Jake Henson and Devin Abraham both found the endzone on defensive touchdowns in East Lake’s 42-14 win over Pinellas Park (FL) on Friday. Artavis Scott ran in two touchdowns and Weston Fordham, Pierre Johnson and Jake Hudson each tallied rushing scores in the victory. | THIS WEEK: At Northeast (FL) 11/01

18. Maryville, TN (9-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 19) The Rebels continued their tear through the Volunteer state with a 51-0 win over Beardon (TN) on Friday. An 18-point win over Lenoir City (TN) this season has been Maryville’s closest margin of victory and the defense is allowing just 6.66 points per game. | THIS WEEK: At Farragut (TN) 11/01

19. Tucker, GA (8-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 20) Elijah Sullivan rushed for three touchdowns in the first half of Tucker’s 55-12 win over Miller Grove (GA). Joseph Proby added an interception for a touchdown and Dominick Sanders, Joseph Farrar and Myles Donaldson ran in touchdowns in the win. | THIS WEEK: At M.L. King (GA) 11/01

20. Carrollton, GA (8-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 21) The Trojans scored on their first seven possessions and took a 49-7 halftime lead before securing a 63-21 win over Alexander (GA). Carrollton rushed for 325 yards and had four different ball carriers account for six running scores.| THIS WEEK: Sandy Creek (GA) 11/01

21. North Gwinnett, Suwanee, GA (7-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 7) North Gwinnett wideout Caleb Scott got the Bulldogs on the board with a 3-yard touchdown grab and finished with 12 receptions for 187 yards. Nate Brown caught an 80-yard touchdown, but Collins Hill (GA) overwhelmed the Bulldogs 53-28. To make matters worse, North Gwinnet quarterback Hayden Sphire is likely out for the season with a knee injury. | THIS WEEK: At Mountain View (GA) 11/01

22. St. Augustine, New Orleans, LA (6-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 23) Leonard Fournette scored three touchdowns, including two rushing scores as St. Augustine hung clung to a 33-30 win over previously unbeaten Holy Cross (LA). | THIS WEEK: At Archbishop Shaw (LA) 11/02

23. Oxford, MS (9-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 24) Undefeated Oxford jumped to a 34-6 halftime lead over Clarksdale (MS) before clinching the 47-12 victory. The Chargers are averaging more than 200 yards passing and rushing on the season while allowing just 12.2 points per game. | THIS WEEK: At Center Hill (MS) 11/01

24. Oakland, Murfreesboro, TN (9-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 25) Oakland topped previously unbeaten Blackman (TN) 9-3 on Friday. Neither team found the endzone, but Patriots quarterback Rhett Stacey threw for an efficient 10-of-12 passing for 92 yards. Teammates Josh Cunningham, Fredarius Wade and Darryle Hood Jr. combined for 141-yards rushing on 36 carries in the win. | THIS WEEK: At Stewarts Creek (TN) 11/01

25. Brandon, MS (8-1) | LAST WEEK (N/R) Brandon enters this week’s poll after dominating last week’s No. 22 Oak Grove (MS) 42-23 win on Friday. Quarterback Gardner Minshew passed for 265 yards and two touchdowns in the victory and Darien Tillis scored a touchdown on offense and added an interception return for a score. | THIS WEEK: At Jim Hill (MS) 11/01 

Under Consideration:

Cartersville (GA), Columbia (FL), Curtis (LA), Dwyer (FL), Fayetteville (AR), Fulton (TN), Goose Creek (SC), Greenwood (AR), Madison County (AL), McEachern (GA), Montgomery Bell Academy (TN), Muscle Shoals (AL), Neville (LA), Northside-Warner Robins (GA), North Cobb (GA), Pulaski Academy (AR), Spanish Fort (AL), South Panola (MS), Stephenson (GA). 


22. Oak Grove, Hattiesburg, MS (8-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 22) Lost to Brandon (TN) 42-23. | THIS WEEK: At Provine (MS) 11/01 

Week 10 Results

1. Booker T. Washington 41, Norland 14

2. Miami Central 48, Carol City 14

3. Northwestern 45, York 14

4. Ensworth 16, Baylor 9

5. Miramar 38, Cypress Bay 2

6. Hoover 42, Tuscaloosa County 0

Collins Hill 53, 7. North Gwinnett 28

8. Manatee, Bradenton 28, 9. University, Ft. Lauderdale 24

10. St. Thomas Aquinas 47, Hollywood Hills 7

11. Godby 41, Florida State School 21

12. Buford 45, Fannin County 8

13. Karr 70, Belle Chase 7

14. Byrnes 75, Mauldin 49

15. Apopka 70, Edgewater 0

16. Colquitt County 17, Valdosta 10

17. Sandy Creek 42, LaGrange 7

18. East Lake 42, Pinellas Park 12

19. Maryville 51, Beardon 0

20. Tucker 55, Miller Grove 12

21. Carrollton 63, Alexander 21

Brandon 42, 22. Oak Grove 23

23. St. Augustine 33, Holy Cross 30

24. Oxford 47, Clarksdale 12

25. Oakland 9, Blackman 3

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