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**Records obtained from MaxPreps unless otherwise noted
**Games already played have been noted but not taken into account for the rankings
BOYS BASKETBALL RANKINGS
5A-6A: Lots of movement from the preseason, and we decided to go Top 10 here. Stony Point has looked good so far this season with a win over #4 San Marcos, and even with 4 games under their belt we decided to put them in. Boerne Champion is looking great in the 5A level to start the year as well. 6A is going to be a slog this year and there are going to be so many good teams in contention in the Austin and San Antonio areas.
1A-4A: Nothing changes here. Some teams like Cole and Somerset have some losses but early in the season losses aren't always what they appear. Take Cole for instance. They have 4 losses but they are all to teams of higher classification.
Private School: Central Catholic takes over the top spot and has a game tonight against San Marcos that is going to tell us where both of these teams stand heading into 2023.
GIRLS BASKETBALL RANKINGS
5A-6A: Steele and Cedar Park drop out after a slow start to the season and Pflugerville moves into the Top 3 after a great start to the season. Austin High will be a team to watch as the season progresses as well. And a 12-3 start for new school Sotomayor sees them enter the Top 10.
1A-4A: Fredericksburg and Boerne stay 1 and 2 with Fredericksburg looking really good. They are looking to get back to the Alamodome for the State tournament and they have the squad to do it. Also moving into the rankings is Geronimo Navarro who look great to start the season.
Private School: Antonian Prep stays in the top spot while Geneva moves to the 2 spot. Savio moves to 3 with their undefeated start.
Welcome back to another edition of VYPE Austin/San Antonio Helmet Stickers for the 2022 Texas High School Football season.
There were tons of amazing performances last week across the Central Texas. We compiled all of those top performances in the VYPE Austin/San Antonio Football Player of the Week Fan Poll - CLICK HERE TO VOTE - but then we boiled that down to what we felt were personally the Top 7 performances of the week
These are Week 11's Helmet Sticker selections (in no particular order).
JARVIS ANDERSON-TAYLORTaylor needed ever single play from all their athletes this past week to make the playoffs with a 41-40 win over Burnet. Jarvis Anderson did it all for the Ducks in their win. He had 6 carries for 42 yards and 1 touchdown, 4 receptions for 65 yards and 2 touchdowns, 6 total tackles, with 4 being solo tackles in the win.
COLE PRYOR-REAGANIn their 24-9 win over Brandeis to secure a 1st place district championship, Cole Pryor had 29 carries for 230 yards and 3 touchdowns.
JUSTIN CANNON-ROUSERouse locked up 2nd place in their district with a 42-23 win over Elgin. Justin Cannon was unstoppable for the Raiders with 339 yards on 24 carries and 3 touchdowns.
JOE ANGEL PEREZ-HOLY CROSSHoly Cross wrapped up an undefeated record in district with a 28-0 win over Geneva. Joe Angel Perez ran for 223 yards and 1 touchdown and had a receiving touchdown in the win
QUINTEN JOYNER-MANORManor needed a win and a big game from Quinten Joyner and boy did they get both. In their 45-10 over Stony Point Joyner had 326 yards on only 15 carries with 4 of those going for touchdowns.
KUTTER GAGE WEBB-SAN MARCOSWith Kutter, the backup QB, coming in and taking snaps in a game San Marcos needed to win to make the playoffs, Webb came up big time and time again. Webb threw for 203 yards on 13/23 passing with 3 touchdowns. None bigger than the trick play touchdown to put them up with less than 2 minutes to go.
WILL HAMMOND-HUTTOPlaying for pride, junior Quarterback Will Hammond had a huge game to defeat Weiss 41-38. Hammond had 370 yards through the air on 26/41 passing for 4 touchdowns and added another 101 yards and 1 touchdown on the ground on 21 carries.