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Missouri high school football: Top standouts, best performances in Week 13 (11/18/2023)

Check out the top performances in Missouri high school football
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We are taking a look at some of the top standouts and best performances from Missouri high school football games in Week 13 – quarterfinals week.

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Ethan Attic, WR, Seneca

He had only four catches but made the most of those with three touchdowns and had 151 yards receiving. His effort helped Seneca roll to a 56-8 win at Ava.

MicahJo Barnett, RB, Liberty North

The senior had a pair of touchdown runs as Liberty North reached the Class 6 semifinals for the fourth year in a row.

Trey Bass, WR, Lutheran North

Bass had three catches for 138 yards and a touchdown – a 78-yarder in the second quarter – in the Crusaders' 70-61 shootout win over visiting Hannibal. The junior now has 47 catches for 1,096 yards and a team-high 20 total touchdowns. 

Keyshawn Boyd, RB, Cape Central

The sophomore standout carried 32 times for 208 yards and two touchdowns in the Tigers' 32-29 Class 5 quarterfinal win at Eureka. It was the third time he's topped 200 rushing yards this season and he's now up to 1,646 yards rushing with 28 total touchdowns. 

Payton Brown, RB, Hillsboro

He ran for 247 yards and four touchdowns — 33, 11, 13 and 34 yards — on 20 carries and also returned a kickoff 86 yards in a 48-35 win over Pacific.

Bleyne Bryant, RB, Bowling Green

The Wyoming pledge scored four rushing touchdowns in a 50-22 win over East Buchanan on Saturday. That snapped the Bulldogs’ 25-game winning streak.

Quincy Byas, DE, De Smet

The junior defensive end had a scoop-and-score touchdown in the fourth quarter as the Spartans rallied for a 23-16 win over visiting Rock Bridge in the Class 6 quarterfinals.

Mike Clark, WR, Lutheran North

Clark scored twice in the first half of the Crusaders' 70-61 win over visiting Hannibal in the Class 4 quarterfinals. He returned a kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter and then caught a 58-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter. 

Nick Closser, RB, Blair Oaks

He had a 19-yard touchdown catch, ran for a 23-yard score and returned an onside kick 52 yards in the Falcons’ win over Westminster Christian Academy.

Carlos Cotto, RB, Milan

He ran for 92 yards and a touchdown as the Wildcats held on for a 13-12 win over Hamilton Penney.

Devin Coulter, WR, Westminster

Coulter caught 10 passes for 141 yards and two touchdowns in the Wildcats' 47-29 loss to Blair Oaks. He finished his senior season with two career games, racking up 18 catches for 244 yards and four TDs.

Tyler Gegg, WR, Valle Catholic

Gegg caught two passes – both touchdowns – for 139 yards in the Warriors' 47-14 Class 2 quarterfinal win over Lift for Life.  

Dakarri Hollis, QB, Lutheran North

Another week and another time on this list for Hollis, who accounted for 396 total yards and seven touchdowns in a 70-61 win over visiting Hannibal in the Class 4 quarterfinals. He ran for five touchdowns and 182 yards and threw for two scores and 214 yards.

Gabe Johnson, QB, Webb City

He had a 90-yard run on a keeper to start the scoring and later added a 78-yard run for a score to help Webb City hold off Grain Valley 49-35 in a Class 5 quarterfinal game. He had 255 yards on 16 carries.

Colton Kirkham, QB, North Platte

The quarterback did a little bit of everything in a 42-6 win over Windsor. He threw a touchdown, ran for one and had a punt return for a score as well.

Bradorious Lewis, RB, Jefferson City

His workload early on accounted for a pair of scores to help Jefferson City rally and tie the game in an eventual 31-28 win over McDonald County. Lewis had scoring runs of 78 and 6 yards.

Briar McIntire, QB, Archie

In an 82-42 win over Lockwood in 8-man action, McIntire had five touchdown runs — 43, 5, 36, 9, 39 — one touchdown pass and seven 2-point conversions.

Tyler New, QB, Worth County

The Tigers won an 8-man quarterfinal game against Schuyler County, 70-16, behind five touchdowns from the quarterback.

Maleak Perkins, CB, Cardinal Ritter

The senior got the scoring started with a 95-yard kickoff return and capped it with a 59-yard punt return for a touchdown in a 68-14 win over Fort Zumwalt North.

Will Powers, QB, Westminster

A freshman, Powers completed 20 of 29 passes for 248 yards and two touchdowns in the Wildcats' quarterfinal loss to Blair Oaks. 

Aidan Ryan, RB, Rockhurst

He had a touchdown reception, ran for two scores and caught a 2-point conversion to help the Hawklets run past Nixa, 38-14, in a Class 6 quarterfinal game.

Liam Servaes, RB, North Platte

The senior running back had a trio of touchdowns in the first half and helped North Platte win a district title for just the third time in program history.

Corey Simms, WR, CBC

The junior standout had another big week with 10 catches for 113 yards and a touchdown in the Cadets' Class 6 quarterfinal road win at Jackson. 

Kaden Sutton, WR/DB, Archie

He had two interceptions on defense and had three touchdown runs on offense in an 82-42 win over Lockwood in an 8-man quarterfinal game.

Za'aire Thomas, RB, Cape Central

Thomas and teammate Keyshawn Boyd powered the Tigers' 32-29 Class 5 quarterfinal win at Eureka on Saturday. The junior ran for 153 yards and a touchdown on 23 carries as Central rushed for 364 yards and three TDs. Thomas has rushed for 1,195 yards and scored 18 total touchdowns this season. 

Alex Wilkerson, QB, Lamar

The junior had a 21-yard touchdown run and threw touchdown passes to Chase Querry and Cooper Haun in a 41-7 win over Lafayette County.

Aneyas Williams, RB, Hannibal

The Notre Dame pledge scored seven touchdowns and racked up 257 total yards in his final high school game. Williams ran for 192 yards and four TDs and had 65 receiving yards with three TD passes.

Ty Williams, RB, Grain Valley

The Eagles' standout running back had 21 carries for 163 yards and one touchdown in a 49-35 loss to Grain Valley. He scored 33 touchdowns this season.

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