What else really needs to be said? 33 carries, 428 yards, and a San Antonio city record nine touchdown runs the Mavericks' 69-56 victory over Kerrville Tivy on Thursday night might make this showing the performance of the year. Green made the Super Seven last week and he is likely to be a regular. Needless to say Green, who now has 12 touchdowns in two games, is living up to his Offensive Sophomore of the Year billing he received on TPI.com's Preseason all-Greater San Antonio team.
Jeff's SUPER SEVEN Performances from Week 1
Colton Palmer and Logan Vick, Kerrville Tivy
No, this is not a typo, these two are back again this week. The Antlers offense kept them in the game against Madison, namely the five touchdown passes fired by Palmer. The senior quarterback finished the game 15-for-36 passing for 271 yards and his five scoring tosses while also accounting for two touchdowns rushing. Vick was once again his weapon of choice as the senior receiver had 10 catches in the game, good for 175 yards and three touchdowns.
Josh Wray, RB, Boerne Champion
For the second straight week a Champion Charger makes the Super Seven as the Chargers are off to a surprising 2-0 start after a convincing 39-13 win over a good East Central squad. Wray got his hands on the ball out of the backfield 15 times and made the most of his chances, gutting the Hornets' defense for 154 yards and three touchdowns.
Phillip Pawelek, RB, Pleasanton
The Eagles are another team that is off to a 2-0 start and Pawelek had a huge night in a 44-19 victory over San Antonio Jefferson. Pawelek rushed for 241 yards on 26 carries and had two touchdowns in the victory for the Eagles, who are playing in Class 4A this season after dominating the area in Class 3A.
Wilson Vick, QB, San Antonio Christian
Vick is a strong armed quarterback that very few people know about. Forget that he plays at a private school because he can flat out fling the football as is evident by his performance in a thrilling 34-33 road win at Geronimo Navarro. Vick was 21-for-44 through the air and racked up 349 yards while firing six touchdowns in the win.
Charles Ross, Schertz Clemens
The Rice commit and the Buffaloes ranked in the top ten in the state in the TPI.com Statewide 4A poll and he played was a force across the board in a 26-12 victory over San Antonio Southwest. Ross recorded a nine yard touchdown reception on offense, a 65-yard punt return for a touchdown, and returned an interception for a score on a two point conversion. Maybe the final in this should one should have read Ross 14, Southwest 12?
Reagan Randle, RB, Harper
Harper is making the move up to Class 2A this season, but they could be a legit playoff contender in District 27-2A if Randle keeps putting up numbers like he did in a 47-7 thumping of Brackett last week. Randle got his number called on the ground eight times last week and rushed for 112 yards and two touchdowns. Just for kicks he also had a standout receiving effort in the game with four catches for 82 yards and two touchdowns.
Jordan Hillyer, WR/K, Somerset
Heading into the season it was likely that the Bulldogs would rely heavily on Hillyer, one of their most talent players, for big plays. The senior receiver came up big when called upon last week in nail biting 29-28 win over Hondo. Hillyer hauled in 14 balls for 181 yards and two touchdowns in the one point win. His biggest play however came courtesy of his foot as he booted home a game-winning 19-yard field goal late in the fourth quarter.
HONORABLE MENTION: Clark QB Hayden Greenbauer, New Braunfels QB Blake Forester, Warren WR Martell Moore, Reagan QB Derrick Walls, San Antonio Christian WR Cheston Goudge, Floresville QB Tony Palomo, Brandeis RB Carlos Guevara and QB Kyle Sewell, Somerset QB Steven Dorman, and Seguin WR Da'Shawn Singletary.