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Missouri high school football: Top standouts, best performances in Week 6

Chillicothe's Silas Midgyett runs for 473 yards, scores six touchdowns
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We're taking a look at some of the top standouts and best performances from Missouri high school football games in Week 6.

See: Missouri Week 1 standouts | Week 2 standouts | Week 3 standouts | Week 4 standouts | Week 5 standouts 

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Charlie Blondin, QB, Warrenton

The senior quarterback set a new single-game school record for passing yardage after completing 22 of 36 passes for 414 yards and five touchdowns in a 49-21 win at Union. 

Sal Caldarella, QB, Grain Valley

The senior quarterback threw for 143 yards and two touchdowns and ran for two scores as the Eagles defeated Belton 43-7.

Brady Carlton, QB, Carthage

Up by a score late in the third, Carlton’s third touchdown — and second rushing score — gave the Tigers the winning margin in a 34-20 win over Ozark. He guided a 17-play, 89-yard drive that ate 10 minutes off the clock.

Mike Clark, WR, Lutheran North

A junior, Clark stepped up with five catches for 143 yards and two touchdowns in the Crusaders' 46-21 victory over visiting MICDS. 

Brad Dapkus, RB, Southern Boone 

After scoring three times last week, the sophomore hit paydirt six times in a 75-49 win over Eldon. He had a 51-yard touchdown catch and scoring runs from 4, 25, 20, 39 and 2.

Noah Durman, RB, Webb City

The junior running back scored three times to help Webb City overcome an early 13-point deficit and beat Willard 43-16.

Adrian Fox, QB, Jackson

The senior ran for two touchdowns and added two touchdowns through the air in Jackson’s 56-0 win over Sikeston — which clinched the SEMO North Conference crown for the sixth straight year.

Tommy Gibbar, QB, Seckman

Gibbar ran for 211 yards and four touchdowns on 18 carries and threw for 23 yards and a touchdown in the Jaguars' 49-7 win at Parkway South. 

Tristan Graham, QB, Howell Central

Graham completed 27 of 39 passes for 358 yards and two touchdowns (with one interception) in a loss against Howell North. The 358 passing yards were a career-high. 

Eke Henderson, WR, Vianney

A freshman, Henderson had a breakout performance as he caught four passes for 150 yards and two touchdowns in a 23-20 loss to Chaminade. 

Dakarri Hollis, QB, Lutheran North

Hollis threw for 310 yards and five touchdowns and ran for 55 yards as the Crusaders rolled to a 46-21 win over MICDS. He had touchdown passes of 23, 60, 65, 24, and 27 yards. Mike Clark and Trey Bass each caught two touchdown passes.

Briggs Hughston, WR, West Plains

A Northern Iowa commit, Hughston had a monster game against Kickapoo. He caught 11 passes for 257 yards and four touchdowns. The 257 yards broke the school's single-game record for receiving yardage.

Trenton Lampkin, QB, Hermann

In a 36-35 win over Sullivan, the senior completed 19-of-30 passes for 287 yards and four touchdowns to help the Bearcats rally for a win.

Elijah Leonard, QB, Lee's Summit North

A Missouri State commit, Leonard threw for 215 yards and three touchdowns in the top-ranked Broncos' 35-14 win over visiting Raymore-Peculiar. 

Ethan Lollar, WR, Troy Buchanan

Hauled in a pair of touchdown passes from Hunter Keene in a 51-0 win over Timberland. He also set a new school record for career touchdown catches with 16.

Connor Marcum, RB, East Prairie

Marcum scored a 1-yard touchdown with 8 seconds left to help the Eagles pick up a 50-42 win over Malden.

Jackson Marrs, RB, Seneca

Marrs ran for 115 yards and had four touchdowns as Seneca picked up a 54-21 win over Reeds Spring. 

Jeremiah McClellan, WR/RB, CBC

The Ohio State commit racked up 162 total yards and three touchdowns in the Cadets' 48-21 road win at Lipscomb (Tenn.). He ran for 123 yards and three scores on 11 carries and caught seven passes for 39 yards.

Lee-Michael McDonald, RB, Dexter

Ran for 201 yards in a 46-28 win over Caruthersville, including touchdown runs of 45 and 24 yards, and also caught a touchdown pass.

Chance McPike II, WR, Warrenton

A freshman wide receiver, McPike broke two single-game school records – for receiving yards and touchdown receptions – in his team’s 49-21 win at Union. He caught six passes for 255 yards and four touchdowns. 

Cole Medsker, QB, South Holt

In 8-man action, Medsker accounted for 10 total touchdowns and racked up more than 500 yards of offense in a 77-22 win over Platte Valley.

Silas Midgyett, RB, Chillicothe

In a 79-38 win over St. Joseph Lafayette, Midgyett ran for a school-record 473 yards — easily surpassing the school-record mark of 302 yards set in 1999. He is now also tied for most touchdowns in a game with six, matching what Josh Kille did in 2017 and Mervin Jones in 1909. 

Isaiah Mozee, WR, Lee's Summit North

The junior standout recorded 11 catches for 105 yards and a touchdown as the top-ranked Broncos pulled away from visiting Raymore-Peculiar for a 35-14 win.

Owen Nesslage, QB, Kirkwood

Nesslage, a junior, had a career game in a 38-21 win at Marquette after stepping in as the Pioneers' starter. He completed 15 of 24 passes for 337 yards and three touchdowns (with one interception).

Travon Pankey, RB, Oak Park

Pankey scored two of his four touchdowns in the fourth quarter to help the Northmen hold on for a 43-35 win over Lee’s Summit and improve to 6-0.

Roman Roske, DB/WR, Smithville

A junior, Roske made an impact on both defense and offense with two interceptions and a rushing touchdown in the Warriors' 28-12 road win at Raytown South. 

Zyan Royal, RB, Kirkwood

Royal racked up 221 total yards and three touchdowns to lead the Pioneers to a 38-21 win at Marquette. He caught three passes for 170 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 51 yards and a score.

Aidan Ryan, RB, Rockhurst

Ryan scored three touchdowns, including a score in overtime, and added two 2-point conversion as the Hawklets rallied to beat St. Thomas Aquinas (Kansas), 45-44. Rockhurst trailed STA 38-15.

Messiah Smith, RB/QB, Parkway North

Filling in at quarterback for the third straight game, Smith accounted for 344 total yards and three touchdowns in a 45-14 win over visiting Parkway West. Smith ran for 213 yards and three scores on 22 carries and added 131 passing yards (with one interception). 

Cullen Snow, FS, Rock Bridge

Snow had a 24-yard interception return for a touchdown, added another interception that led to a score and tipped a pass that teammate Mason Snider hauled in during a 28-21 victory over visiting St. Mary’s.

Zai’Aire Thomas, RB, Cape Girardeau Central

The Tigers bounced back from their first loss with a 35-0 win over Farmington. Thomas had three scores on the ground — 31, 1 and 68 yards.

Will Travers, QB, Webster Groves

A sophomore, Travers threw for 120 yards and three touchdowns – to three different receivers – in a 35-6 win over visiting Mehlville. 

Derrick Warren, RB, Howell North

The senior running back powered the Knights' 41-20 victory at Howell Central. He ran for a career-high 259 yards on 28 carries. 

Austin Weaver, QB, Helias

The sophomore quarterback, who is now the starter after a knee injury to Sam Wyrick, accounted for four TDs in a 43-17 win over Capital City.

Joe Wilde, WR, Blair Oaks

The Falcons won a high-scoring contest with Topeka (Kansas) Seaman, 63-28, and Wilde provided one of the biggest plays. He returned a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown – tying the school record for longest kickoff return. 

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