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Top standouts, best performances in Week 10 of the Missouri high school football season

We're taking a look at the top performers from Week 10 of the Missouri high school football season
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By Cody Thorn

Listed below are some of the top standouts and performers from Week 10 high school football games throughout the Show-Me State: 

Hunter Bailey, RB, Adrian

Scored three first-half touchdowns to help Adrian pick up a 41-0 win over Crest Ridge. He finished with 151 yards on nine carries.

Kendrick Bell, QB, Park Hill

He helped his Trojans down the field with no timeouts and 87 yards away to beat Rockhurst, 49-42, by throwing a touchdown with 20 seconds left. Bell was 21 of 33 passing for 357 yards with three scores, while running for 90 more and pair of scores.

Wil Carlton, QB, Marionville

The Comets blasted Miller, 56-6 – the second meeting in two weeks between the two teams. Carlton threw four touchdown passes, ran in another and added an interception in the first half.

Christian Cotton, QB, De Smet

He had touchdown runs of 6, 10, 1, 45, 56 and 28 in a 56-35 victory over Ritenour.

Zander Dombrowski, QB, Ray-Pec

The signal caller for the Panthers accounted for six touchdowns in a win against Joplin. He was 18 of 23 passing for 308 yards and four touchdowns, while rushing for 86 yards and two scores.

Rickie Dunn, RB, Battle

The senior helped Battle beat Capital City, 34-14, and avenge an earlier season loss. He ran for 196 yards and four scores in the victory.

Marshon Edwards, WR, Cape Girardeau Central

Had two catches for 61 yards and two touchdowns and added a 13-yard pick six as well in a 62-7 win over Mehlville.

Max Ervie, QB, St. Pius X KC

In a showdown of Midland Empire Conference schools, the Warriors won 49-6 against Cameron. Ervie threw for 144 yards and a score while rushing 27 times for 192 yards and six touchdowns.

Hobbs Gooch, QB, Joplin

He capped his first season as a starter by throwing for 303 yards and four touchdowns in a loss to Ray-Pec.

Nikolas Gossett, LB, Greenfield

In a 78-50 win against Rich Hill in 8-man playoff action, Gossett had four interceptions and returned two of them for scores.

Ramone Green, RB, Nixa

Nixa improved to 9-1 with a 35-7 win over Ozark – the second win of the year over the Christian County foe – behind five touchdowns on the ground by Green.

Christopher Hall, RB, Francis Howell North

The senior ran for four touchdowns in Francis Howell North’s 58-12 win over Riverview Gardens. He had three of the four in the first half, building a 44-12 lead.

Dakarri Hollis, QB, Lutheran North

Was almost perfect throwing the ball, completing 14 of 18 passes for 206 yards. He threw four touchdowns to two different receivers.

Jermaine House Jr., RB, North Kansas City

The senior scored the final three touchdowns of the game to help the Hornets rally for a win in overtime, 34-28, over St. Joseph Central. He ran for 226 yards on 25 carries.

Dawson Mizell, WR, Platte County

Had four touchdown catches, two in the second quarter, to help Platte County beat William Chrisman, 54-23. The junior finished with seven catches for 108 yards from Dylan Zimmerman, who had five scores.

Chance Moreland, QB, Excelsior Springs

The running QB accounted for three touchdowns on the ground in a 46-0 win over Marshall. He carried the ball 18 times for 204 yards.

Zane Palmer, RB, Odessa

In a blowout 70-16 win over Summit Christian Academy, Palmer rolled up 267 yards rushing on only 10 carries – scoring four times.

Anthony Rayner, RB, Gateway STEM

His 1-yard touchdown run with 4:20 left in the game helped Gateway STEM pick up a 26-20 win over Windsor Imperial.

Jamir Robinson-Smith, DB, William Chrisman

Returned two interceptions for touchdowns in the third quarter for the Bears in a loss against Platte County

Russell Roweton, QB, Willard

Tossed three touchdowns and ran in another as Willard avenged an early-season loss to Neosho in a rematch, 43-29.

Cole Ruble, QB, Seckman

Seckman picked up 50-41 win over SLUH behind another big day from the run-first quarterback. Ruble had 323 yards and seven touchdowns on 41 carries in the contest.

Cullen Snow, DB, Rock Bridge

The junior intercepted three passes, two of which led to scores, in the Bruins’ 42-0 win over Hickman.

D'Avion Stokes, WR, Blue Springs South

The senior had two touchdown receptions from Cash Parker, 17 and 22 yards, while also running for a 61-yard touchdown. The Jaguars beat Liberty, 42-14, in the district opener and improved to 7-3.

Jordan Taylor, RB, St. Louis University High

A freshman, Taylor ran for a career-high 211 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries in the Junior Billikens' 50-41 loss at Seckman. 

Davin Thomas, WR, Joplin

Hauled in nine catches for 169 yards and three touchdowns in a 56-42 loss against Ray-Pec.

Rommie Turner, RB, Charleston

The senior ran the ball 25 times for 207 yards and two scores and also picked off a pass that led to a touchdown he took into the end zone against Caruthersville.

Tyson Underwood, RB, Scott City

In a 63-7 win over Chaffee, he ran for three touchdowns and 105 yards for Scott City, now 9-1.

Jonathan Van Hook, WR, Lutheran North

Hauled in five catches for 85 yards and scored twice as the Crusaders beat Orchard Farm, 41-0.

Anthony Wenson, RB, Liberty

In his final game as a Blue Jay, Wenson carried the ball 34 times for 217 yards and scored one of the team’s touchdowns in a loss to Blue Springs South. He is headed to Air Force next year.

Mason West, QB, Poplar Bluff

In a 30-0 win over Fox, he threw for a career-best 326 yards. He completed 16 of 23 passes and had three touchdowns.

Dylan Zimmerman, QB, Platte County

The first-year starter helped the Pirates pick up a victory against William Chrisman. Zimmerman completed 19 of 26 passes for 294 yards and five touchdowns.

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