Are bragging rights ever firmly established? My QB was hurt, the field was sloppy, the refs were bad, etc etc. are many of the sometimes legitimate beefs after games end and outcomes are decided. But one thing for sure is that the scoreboard is indisputable.
On that note there were a number of Texas State Championships and high profile National Slugfests held around the country on December 17th. Some folks are getting a lump of coal, while others are partying like it's 1999. Below are 7 of the most outstanding individual efforts that led their respective teams to victory.
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In the 9U Texas Youth Football Association Championship RB Brandon Thomas of the Houston Panthers went buck wild. He gained 200 yards on 5 carries in a 37-0 win over Texas Renegades
In the Battle National Championship 11U, Ryan Mack of the Miami Garden Ravens (FL) was a defensive monster. He had 8 tackles, an interception for a 95 yard pick six, and for good measure had 20 yards on 3 offensive touches as his squad whitewashed the Atlanta Bulldogs (GA) 28-0.
In the Adidas 12U Exhibition Showcase, RB Cincere Rhaney rb of the Carson Colts (CA) had 180 yards and 3 touchdowns over the Liberty City All Stars (FL) in a 32-14 win.
In the Battle National Championship 12U Mark Fletcher of the Plantation Wildcats (FL) had 85 rush yards and a touchdown, and added an additional 40 receiving yards in a 14-0 win over the Atlanta Ducks (GA).
In the Battle National Championship 13U RB Latavious Johnson of the Atlanta Ducks (GA) ground out 75 yards rushing, then added a pick six taking it 85 yards to the house in a 19-10 win over Dallas YU Yellow Jackets (TX).
In the Texas Youth Football Association Junior State Championship RB Joseph Albright of the Houston Panthers (TX) had 8 carries 125 yards. Defensively he chipped in with 2 sacks and 10 tackles in a 32-0 win over the San Antonio Judson Rockets (TX)
In the Texas Youth Football Championship Rookie Division, RB Darean Rogers of the Houston Cypress Mustangs (TX) had 1 touchdown, 80 yards rushing and 10 solo tackle in their 33-6 win over the San Antonio Hurricanes (TX).