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Missouri high school football: Top standouts, best performances in Week 11 (11/4/2023)

Hannibal's Aneyas Williams racks up 289 total yards, four TDs
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We're taking a look at some of the top standouts and best performances from Missouri high school football games in Week 11.

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Joshua Avery, RB, Westminster

Avery, a senior, ran 19 times for a career-high 233 yards and two touchdowns in the Wildcats' 48-0 win over visiting St. Charles West on Saturday. 

Aydan Blackford, QB/DB, Platte Valley

In a 54-8 win over King City, Blackford ran for two touchdowns, passed for two touchdowns and snagged two interceptions on defense.

Trey Bass, WR, Lutheran North

Bass, a junior, caught six passes for 178 yards and four touchdowns in a 64-0 victory over visiting Normandy. 

KeyShawn Boyd, RB, Cape Central

He ran for a pair of touchdowns – 1 and 31 yards – to help the Tigers pick up a 21-6 win over St. Mary’s.

Landyn Collins, RB, Carthage

The Tigers went on the road and upset Raytown South in a Class 5 District 7 game. Collins ran for a career-best five touchdowns in a 56-28 win.

Maddox Duncan, RB, Francis Howell

Duncan scored three touchdowns in the Vikings' 49-28 win at Lafayette. The senior has scored a team-high 22 touchdowns this season. 

Aden Estep, QB, Mountain Grove

A sophomore Estep had a monster performance with seven touchdowns in the Panthers' 67-50 win over St. James.

Hobbs Gooch, QB, Joplin

The quarterback ran for three touchdowns and tossed a 70-yard touchdown pass to Davin Thomas in a 45-29 win over Kickapoo.

Brian Gould, QB, MICDS

A junior, Gould accounted for 265 total yards and five touchdowns in the Rams' 35-14 comeback win over host Hazelwood East. He passed for 159 yards and two touchdowns (both to sophomore Graham Faust) with one interception and ran for 107 yards and three scores. 

Ethan Hansen, QB, Rockhurst

Hansen completed 14 of his 20 passes for 219 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the Hawklets' 31-8 win over Lee’s Summit West.

Jaxon Hicks, RB, Liberty

The junior ran for 205 yards and three touchdowns for the Blue Jays – averaging 10.2 yards per carry – in a 42-28 win against Blue Springs South. He also threw a touchdown to Jackson Froehlich.

Dakarri Hollis, QB, Lutheran North

Hollis, a junior, threw for 301 yards and six touchdowns and ran for another score in a 64-0 victory over visiting Normandy. 

Briggs Hughston, WR/S, West Plains

A senior committed to Northern Iowa, Hughston caught five passes for 99 yards and three touchdowns and returned a fumble recovery for a touchdown in a loss to McDonald County. Hughston also surpassed 1,000 receiving yards for the season, setting a new school record.

Gabe Johnson, QB, Webb City

The Cardinals scored what is believed to be a school-record 71 points in a 71-20 win over Belton. Johnson scored on his first two runs, covering 80 yards and 54 yards.

Gavin Johnston, QB, Mount Vernon

Johnston threw five touchdowns to four different receivers as the Mountaineers won 45-13 against Reeds Spring. 

Kantrell Jordan, RB, Jefferson City

Returning from an injury, the senior had four carries for 177 yards and four touchdowns in the first half of a 49-3 win over Marshall.

Rocco Marriott, QB, Platte County

Marriott completed 11 of his 16 pass attempts for 219 yards and three touchdowns. The sophomore also ran for a 61-yard score in a 28-26 win over Fort Osage.

Alex Morris, RB, CBC

A junior, Morris carried 29 times for 207 yards – both career highs – in the Cadets' 44-35 win at Marquette. CBC ran for 335 yards as a team and AJ Johnson and Courtney Rivers each scored two rushing TDs.

Quin Renfro, RB, Joplin

The South Dakota State pledge powered the Eagles' 45-29 win at Kickapoo on Friday. He carried 30 times for 257 yards and a touchdown. 

Brady Roe, S, Pleasant Hill

Roe had an interception and then blocked a punt and ran it back for a score in a 55-14 win against Warrensburg.

Gavin Schaag, QB, Park Hill

The Trojans rallied for a 35-28 win against St. Joseph Central in a road game and Schaag threw the go-ahead touchdown with 3 minutes left. He finished with two touchdown passes and ran for another.

Keelan Smith, WR, Liberty North

The Nebraska pledge had a monster performance in the Eagles' 71-31 win over Blue Springs. Smith caught seven passes for 220 yards and three touchdowns. 

Cullen Snow, DB, Rock Bridge

The senior had a pair of interceptions in the Bruins’ 69-32 win over Francis Howell Central.

Jaylen Thomas, RB, Capital City

Thomas finished with four touchdowns and added the game-winner with 7 seconds left – set up by a 72-yard gain by Phillip Richardson – in a 38-35 win over Camdenton.

Ka’Von Tiger, RB, Moberly

He ran for 299 yards and five touchdowns to help the Spartans pick up a 41-28 win against Centralia.

Caide White, RB, Republic

Republic secured its first nine-win season since 1995 as White had nine carries for 61 yards and three touchdowns in a 35-14 win over Willard.

Robert Williams, DB, Marquette

He returned two interceptions for touchdowns and the second he ran back 100 yards for a touchdown in a 44-35 loss to CBC. The first was a 30-yard score.

Aneyas Williams, RB, Hannibal

The Notre Dame-bound running back ran 25 times for 256 yards and four touchdowns in a 48-27 win at Holt. The senior also caught a 33-yard pass, giving him 289 total yards on the night. 

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