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Johnathan Gray Continues Assault On Record Books

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Johnathan Gray and his Aledo High School team continue their season Friday night against Mansfield Summit at Burleson.  This is the second round of the playoffs after Aledo undressed Fort Worth Dunbar in the first round.  Gray was overshadowed in that particular game by his quarterback Matthew Bishop, who was likely benefiting from the defense keying on Gray as he threw for 374 yards in the game.  Gray had a pedestrian (by his standards) 26 carry, 193-yard, three touchdown performance as he threatens multiple Texas State and National rushing records.  It is detailed here by Corbett Smith at


Where They At This Weekend?

Let’s take a quick look at where our ten guys will be this weekend as many are winding down their games seasons and some are entrenched in their State Championship runs…

Dorial Green-Beckham is playing Saturday (11/12) at 1:30 PM against #1 seed Webb City (12-0) in the Class 4A quarterfinals.  Many think this will be the final game for the Nation’s top recruit.  However, as well all know DGB has the ability to take over a game himself.  That said, the Cardinals haven’t even been challenged this season.  DGB has 112 catches for 2,176 yards and 24 TD’s this season so far.

Mario Edwards and his Denton-Ryan squad puts their 10-0 record on the line tomorrow (Friday 11/11) at 7:00 PM vs. Amarillo Caprock (8-2) in the first round of the Texas 4A-Division I playoffs.  While they are expected to win, during the playoffs you NEVER know.

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Johnathan Gray Eyes Texas State HS Playoff Run

 Johnathan Gray (Texas) has his college chosen – and likely has for a while – but his focus is on the 4A Division II playoff matchup against Fort Worth Dunbar in the district round.  His latest performance: a 258-yard, 7 (yes, seven) touchdown performance as he continues to eye National records.  This game will take place tomorrow (Thursday 11/10) at 7:00 PM at Bearcat Stadium in Aledo.  The Bearcats are looking for their third straight State title.

Johnathan Gray looks to run wild in his final Texas State HS Playoff chase.