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Missouri high school football: Top standouts, best performances in Week 7 (10/7/2023)

Notre Dame commit Aneyas Williams scores four TDs in win
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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 7.

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Jermonte Alexander, WR/DB, Caruthersville

Alexanders scored four times in the Tigers' 54-6 win over Charleston on Thursday. He had a 55-yard punt return, a 32-yard touchdown catch, a 90-yard touchdown run and a 90-yard interception return for a score, which was his second interception of the game.

Tyler Bax, QB, Blair Oaks

The Class 3 top-ranked Falcons rolled to a 55-0 win over Eldon. Bax had a pair of touchdown passes and ran for another one.

Randle Bills, RB, McCluer

The Comets picked up their first win of the season with a 20-18 triumph over Mehlville. Bills had an 8-yard touchdown run in the fourth that was the difference.

Juan Blancarte, K, Neosho

He booted a pair of field goals – from 35 and 23 yards out – to help Ozark pick up a 20-7 win over Ozark, the first win of the season for the Wildcats.

Keyshawn Boyd, RB, Cape Girardeau Central

The sophomore ran for 169 yards and three touchdowns in the first half in a 48-8 win over Sikeston. He had scoring runs of 21, 40 and 11 yards.

DJ Burgess, RB, Parkway Central

The senior had five touchdown runs in a 48-7 win over Northwest Cedar Hill, adding three of those scores in the second half. 

Landyn Collins, RB, Carthage

He had a 1-yard touchdown run and then caught a 42-yard touchdown pass to help Carthage upset Webb City, 20-13. He had 107 yards on 28 carries.

Carter Cox, QB, Fort Zumwalt South

The left-handed throwing senior had a pair of touchdown passes and ran for another in a 42-32 win over Washington.

Grayson Cutchlow, LB, Rock Bridge

The senior standout had two sacks and returned an interception 24 yards for a touchdown in a 38-0 win over Battle on Friday in a Central Missouri Activities Conference clash.

Levi Dement, QB, Dexter

The Bearcats got a pair of touchdown passes from the senior and picked up a 28-14 win over Kennett — snapping a nine-game losing skid in the series.

Jay Edmundson, QB, Poplar Bluff

Edmundson threw for 223 yards with a touchdown and led the Mules in rushing with 181 yards with two touchdowns in a 28-14 win over Farmington.

Jason Goodman, RB, Jackson

The junior scored twice among just six carries in a 70-0 win over Confluence Prep.

Brian Gould, QB, MICDS

The junior threw three touchdown passes in the first quarter as the Rams picked up a 48-7 win over Lutheran South.

Brady Grosse, LB, Hermann

The senior had 18 total tackles — 13 solo — in a 22-21 win over St. Clair.

Jadis Jones, WR, New Madrid County Central

A senior two-sport (football/basketball) standout committed to Coastal Carolina, Jones caught three touchdown passes in the Eagles' 47-12 win over Perryville. 

Hunter Keene, QB, Troy Buchanan

The senior, who has a pair of NAIA offers, ran for a touchdown and passed for two more as the Trojans secured a 35-7 win over Francis Howell North

Chase Morris, WR/DB, Southern Boone

The Eagles extended their school-record winning streak to six in a row with a 54-24 win over Hallsville. Morris had an 18-yard touchdown catch and later added an interception on defense.

Isaiah Mozee, WR, Lee’s Summit North

The junior standout hauled in nine catches for 153 yards and two touchdowns from quarterback Elijah Leonard as the Broncos rolled to a 38-20 win over Liberty.

Ian Ngugi, PR, Lamar

Ngugi's 68-yard punt return provided the first points of the game for the Tigers in a 14-0 win over Nevada, which retained the Silver Tiger Trophy between the southwest Missouri rivals.

Robby Preckel, WR, Lafayette

A junior, Preckel caught 12 passes for 218 yards – both career highs – and two touchdowns in the Lancers' 28-21 win over rival Eureka.

Ayden Smith, RB, Fox

Smith led the Warriors with 207 yards on the ground on 11 carries in a 50-14 win over Hazelwood East on Thursday. He had a 96-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.

Messiah Smith, RB, Parkway North

Smith had four touchdowns — one in each quarter — in a 43-7 win over Webster Groves. 

Elijah Stevens, RB, Rockwood Summit

The senior scored four touchdowns to help the Falcons beat Oakville, 49-7. He ran for 194 yards on 17 carries — averaging 11.4 yards per carry — and added 75 yards on two receptions.

Cameron Underwood, QB, Fox

In a Thursday game, Underwood ran for four touchdowns and passed for another as the Warriors rolled to a 50-14 win over Hazelwood East. He had 100 yards on six carries and had 43 yards passing.

Aneyas Williams, RB, Hannibal

The Notre Dame commit scored all four touchdowns for the Pirates in a 28-8 win over Moberly. He had two touchdowns on the ground and caught two touchdown passes from Waylon Anders.

Ty Williams, RB, Grain Valley

Williams accounted for three touchdowns in a 42-18 win over Hickman. He ran for 153 yards on 21 carries and two scores. He added two catches for 66 yards and a touchdown.

BJ Williamson, QB, New Madrid County Central

Williamson accounted for six touchdowns – four passing and two rushing – in a 47-12 win over Perryville.

Devin Wilson, LB, Lee’s Summit West

The senior had two interceptions and returned one for a 16-yard touchdown as the Titans picked up a 31-7 win over Ray-Pec, helping the program improve to 7-0 for the first time since 2012.

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