As Week 11 of Missouri high school football unfolded, a flurry of exceptional talent took the field, leaving spectators awestruck and cheering for more. Here’s a glimpse of the standout players and remarkable performances that graced the gridiron this week.
Joshua Avery, a senior running back from Westminster, led the charge with a staggering career-best 233 yards and two touchdowns in the Wildcats’ commanding 48-0 triumph over St. Charles West on Saturday.
Aydan Blackford, the versatile QB/DB of Platte Valley, showcased his multifaceted skills, securing two touchdowns on the ground, two through the air, and intercepting two passes in their dominant 54-8 victory against King City.
Trey Bass, the junior wide receiver from Lutheran North, proved to be a force to reckon with, amassing an impressive 178 receiving yards and four touchdowns in a resounding 64-0 win over Normandy.
KeyShawn Boyd of Cape Central contributed significantly, notching a pair of crucial touchdowns to steer the Tigers to a resolute 21-6 win over St. Mary’s.
In a sensational upset, Landyn Collins of Carthage delivered a standout performance, recording a career-best five touchdowns to power the Tigers to a commanding 56-28 victory over Raytown South in a Class 5 District 7 game.
Maddox Duncan, the seasoned RB from Francis Howell, exhibited his prowess, scoring three pivotal touchdowns in the Vikings’ impressive 49-28 win at Lafayette, bringing his tally to an outstanding 22 touchdowns this season.
Hobbs Gooch, the dynamic quarterback from Joplin, orchestrated a brilliant display, securing three rushing touchdowns and connecting with Davin Thomas for a spectacular 70-yard passing touchdown, leading his team to a 45-29 victory over Kickapoo.
Brian Gould, the skilled QB from MICDS, orchestrated a stunning comeback, contributing 265 total yards and five touchdowns, enabling the Rams to clinch a remarkable 35-14 victory over Hazelwood East.
Ethan Hansen of Rockhurst demonstrated his passing finesse, completing 14 of 20 passes for 219 yards and two touchdowns, propelling the Hawklets to a dominant 31-8 win over Lee’s Summit West.
These exceptional athletes, alongside a cohort of other remarkable players, illuminated the Missouri high school football scene, leaving fans eagerly anticipating the thrills that the upcoming weeks will bring.