The Marshall Buffs will stampede through District 11-5A-DII

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The FB Marshall Buffs stole the headlines last season reaching the Class 5A DII state title game. While they fell to Aledo, the experience was a tremendous learning experience. The year prior, Manvel reached the state finals from this district. That just shows how good this district is. While the power is up top; the next two playoff spots are up for grabs.

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Rankings

FB Marshall

Manvel

Sterling

Northside

Willowridge

Waltrip

Madison

Milby

Sharpstown

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VYPE PRESEASON AWARDS

MVP

Devon Achane, FB Marshall

Co-OFFENSIVE MVP

Frank Brown, Sterling

Malik Hornsby, FB Marshall

DEFENSIVE MVP

Warren Robinson, FB Marshall

BREAKOUT PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Tucker Yarbrough, Manvel

SLEEPER TEAM

Northside

Fort Bend Marshall Buffs

What a season for FB Marshall. They ran the table all the way to state, but also had a tragedy along the way with the death of a teammate. It was a tremendous learning experience that could propel the Buffs to another state run. Quarterback Malik Hornsby, who played only half the regular season before being cleared to join the team, returns to run a fast-break offense after a first-team selection a year ago. Hornsby passed for nearly 2,000 yards and rushed for another 700 last year. A full offseason and fall in the system should help tremendously. Devon Achane is a blur. He was the District MVP and can score whenever he gets the ball in his hands. Achane had 42 touchdowns and rushed for more than 1,300 yards on the year and is a major DI prospect. The OL is pretty solid with Daylan Malveaux and Larry Moore (Texas Tech-commit) in the trenches. The defense is fast and furious led by all-stater Warren Robinson (77 tackles, 12 sacks), who comes from the edge. Frank Miller and Sylvester Labome, Jr. are also notable defenders. Opposing offenses can't forget about Norman Baker (141 tackles) either. Avery Helm (Florida-commit) hopes to make a big return at DB after an ACL injury kept him out much of last season.


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Lots of movement after a huge slate of games in the Bayou City during Week 2.

The undisputed No. 1? Katy smashed Atascocita 56-14, looking ferocious again. Cy-Fair bumps up to No. 3, while Tompkins, Klein Oak and Pearland continue to look impressive.



Dickinson and Cy Ranch lost to out-of-state powers Allen and Converse Judson. Travis flexed against Class 5A power Foster, while Tomball Memorial is rolling with an impressive offense.



Dobie, College Park and Bush have joined the conversation in Class 6A. In Class 5A, Magnolia took a tumble after getting rolled by Shadow Creek.



Say hello to Baytown Lee and Lamar Consolidated to the rankings.


CLASS 6A

TOP 20

1. Katy Tigers

2. North Shore Mustangs

3. Cy-Fair Bobcats

4. Westfield Mustangs

5. Tompkins Falcons

6. Klein Oak Panthers

7. Pearland Oilers

8. The Woodlands Highlanders

9. Atascocita Eagles

10. Dickinson Gators

11. Klein Collins Tigers

12. Travis Tigers

13. Tomball Memorial Wildcats

14. Dawson Eagles

15. Bridgeland Bears

16. Dobie Longhorns

17. Ridge Point Panthers

18. Cypress Ranch Mustangs

19. College Park Cavs

20. Bush Broncos

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