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Welcome to a new addition to VYPE's content for the 2022 season!!
Every Tuesday we will release a Fan Poll, for you the fans to vote on the VYPE Football Player of the Week Presented by Sun and Ski Sports. Voting will remain open until Noon on Friday, October 28th. The winner will be announced via VYPE's social media accounts on the same day.
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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 -
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- but then we boiled that down to what we felt were personally the Top 7 performances of the week
These are Week 9's Helmet Sticker selections (in no particular order).
Georgetown came out with an impressive 49-38 win over College Station on Friday. Jackob Faltesek was great on defense in the contest accounting for 17 solo tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 1 hurry and 1 sack.
Reagan came out with a 44-7 win vs Churchill on Friday, with quarterback Caleb Cappuccio having a stellar game. Cappuccio was 20/27 for 206 yards and 1 touchdown, while also gaining 92 yards and 3 touchdowns on 6 carries.
They may not have picked up the win but quarterback David Flores put up some big numbers Friday. Flores was 20/36 for 330 yards and 3 touchdowns with another 23 yards on the ground.
Marion got back in the win column with a 41-13 win over Ingram Moore on Friday. Chase Hallmark did it all on the defensive side of the ball recording 10 tackles, 4 solo tackles, 1 pass deflection, 1 caused fumble, 2 interceptions and he even had 1 reception for 9 yards to boot.
Anderson picked up a win against Del Valle 38-21 on Thursday. Fred Dale helped lead the Trojans to the victory going 21/30 for 293 yards and 4 touchdowns along with 5 carries for 13 yards.
Burbank kept its fight for 2nd place in district alive with a 32-22 win over Harlandale on Friday. Running back Keven Hernandez carried the load for the Bulldogs rushing for 223 yards and 4 touchdowns on 26 carries.
Manor will have some work to do to make the playoffs but stayed alive on Friday with a much needed 21-7 win over Vista Ridge. Quinten Joyner led the way for the Mustangs accounting for 142 yards and 2 touchdowns on 24 carries.