By Luke Sanders
Below are some of the top stars and best performances in Week 2 in Missouri.
If you know of a top star we should include, please let us know in the comments.
PJ Behan, MICDS, WR
Behan had a dominant night, hauling in 12 catches for 272 yards and five touchdowns.
Tyler Macon, Kirkwood, WR
Macon had six catches for 165 yards and a touchdown in Kirkwood’s 67-12 domination of Parkway Central.
Chase Hanson, Mascoutah, QB
Hanson passed for 255 yards and five touchdowns in a 47-12 win against Mount Vernon, Ill.
Cole Ruble, Seckman, RB
Ruble ran for an astronomical 350 yards on only 21 carries and had four touchdowns in Seckman’s 49-15 over Oakville.
Logan Stevens, Dupo, RB
Stevens ran for 211 yards and a touchdown despite Dupo’s 46-6 loss against Carnahan.
Adam Dupont, Lindbergh, RB
Dupont found the end zone four times on the ground and ran for 190 yards on 22 carries in Lindbergh’s 26-6 win against Lafayette.
Jared Rhodes, Ladue, RB
Rhodes hit paydirt four times on the ground and ran for 187 yards in Ladue’s 59-22 win against Hazelwood West.
Jaron Saunders, Lafayette, QB
Saunders passed for seven touchdowns in a 50-21 win over Atchison.
Kael Combs, Nixa, WR
Combs had 239 yards and two touchdowns in a 28-25 loss to Joplin.
Ezekiel Meads, Republic, RB
Meads ran for 101 yards and two touchdowns in a 45-21 win over Willard.
Bryant Bull, Marshfield, QB
Bull passed for 306 yards and one touchdown on 20-23 passing, while adding 115 yards rushing on nine carries in Marshfield’s 35-0 win over Cassville.
Jace Reynolds, Harrisonville, RB
Reynolds ran for 155 yards and two touchdowns, while also adding a blocked punt in Harrisonville’s win over Maryville.
Carson Miller, Harrisonville, LB
Miller came up big with seven tackles, a sack, a forced fumble, and a fumble recovery.
Lincoln Sprouse, Summit Christian Academy, WR
Sprouse had 99 receiving yards and two touchdowns in Summit Christian Academy’s 49-0 win over Fort Scott.
Brandon Davison, Savannah, DB
In a defensive struggle that Savannah won 6-0 over Lathrop, Davison came up huge on that side of the ball with five tackles and two interceptions.
Dawson Eychaner, North Andrew, LB
Despite losing to Bishop Leblond 34-14, Eychaner was a beast on the defensive side with 17 tackles and a fumble recovery.
Nathan Dent, Rock Bridge, QB
Dent ran for three touchdowns and added one on the ground, all in the first half, in Rock Bridge’s dominant 50-0 win against Smith-Cotton.
Jace Carr, Harrisburg, DB/WR
Carr had two interceptions on the night and a 58 yard receiving touchdown in Harrisburg’s 28-26 win over Milan. The second of those interceptions sealed the game, coming with just 1:37 left in the fourth quarter.
Tyger Cobb, Hallsville, QB
Cobb ran for 190 yards and four touchdowns, and added another touchdown through the air in Hallsville’s 46-12 defeat of Centralia.
Greg Menne, Fort Osage, QB
Menne led Fort Osage to a 36-21 victory over rival Staley. Menne passed for 145 yards and two touchdowns on just 9-of-11 passing.
Dashon Hudson, Francis Howell, DB
In two games, Hudson has four interceptions and two returned to the house. In the Vikings 42-13 win against Fort Zumwalt North he had two and house called one of them.
Aaron Coffey, Lutheran St. Charles, QB
Coffey passed for 244 yards and two touchdowns on 17 of 20 passing, in a 46-6 win over Chaminade.
Arlen Harris Jr., Lutheran St. Charles, RB
Harris totaled 96 yards rushing and added 68 receiving yards as well and had four total touchdowns.
Evan Noelle, Marion, QB
Noelle passed for 276 yards and four touchdowns on 19 of 22 passing in a 64-29 win against Jerseyville.
Reagan Andrew, MICDS, QB
Andrew threw for 274 yards and five touchdowns in a shootout against Park Hills Central that MICDS won 59-52.