Highlighting the best high school football performances in the country for Nov. 5-7

In partnership with SI All-American’s “Freak of the Week” feature, SBLive is highlighting the top high school football performances in the country from the past week.

Here are the performances that caught our eye for Nov. 5-7.

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(Top performances are listed in alphabetical order by state.)

ALABAMA

D’quez Madden, Lanett RB

Madden carried the ball 28 times for 250 yards in Lanett’s 18-0 playoff win over Geneva County.

ARKANSAS

Sharmon Rester, El Dorado, QB

The senior completed 13-of-16 passes for 386 yards and 5 touchdowns in the Wildcats’ 63-23 victory over West Memphis.

Stran Smith, Benton, QB

The senior completed 26 of 39 passes for 369 yards and 4 touchdowns, in the Panthers’ 42-21 win over Van Buren.

Darryl Kattich, Cedarville, RB

The junior ran 34 times for 331 yards and 4 touchdowns in the Pirates’ 40-20 win over Lincoln.

CALIFORNIA

Troy Fletcher, Edison DB

Fletcher had five tackles and two interceptions including a pick-six against Murrieta Valley on Friday.

David Rasor, Corona Del Mar QB

Rasor passed for 310 yards and three touchdowns and also had two rushing touchdowns in Friday’s 42-35 playoff win over Warren.

Viliami Teu, Saint Francis (Mountain View) RB

Teu ran for 344 yards and two touchdowns in a 44-21 victory against Serra for the WCAL championship.

Devin Green, Sheldon RB/DB

Green lifted the Huskies over Turlock 36-22 in the playoffs with 150 yards and two touchdowns rushing, a receiving two-point conversion, an 18-yard touchdown pass, and a 62-yard fumble recovery touchdown on defense.

Jacob Porteous, Casa Grande QB

Porteous went off for 499 yards and seven touchdowns passing on 34-51 completion in a 53-27 victory over Justin-Siena.

GEORGIA

Devin Farrell, Milton QB

Farrell, a Virginia Tech commit, carried the ball nine times for 202 yards and three touchdowns while going 12-of-17 passing for 161 yards and a touchdown in a 42-14 win over Cherokee. Milton won its fourth consecutive region title.

OHIO

Drew Allar, Medina QB

The senior Penn State commit was responsible for 443 yards of total offense and six touchdowns as he led the Bees to a 45-14 win over Cleveland Heights.

(Drew Allar feature photo by Owen MacMillan)

Tommy Bebie, Rocky River RB/LB

Bebie became the program’s all-time single-season rushing leader after finishing with 225 yards on 22 carries and three touchdown runs in a 32-15 win over Buckeye.

OKLAHOMA

Steele Wasel, Choctaw, QB

Wasel was 13-of-14 passing for 399 yards and seven TDs as the Yellowjackets prevailed at Bartlesville, 55-21.

OREGON

Jordan Fisher, Westview RB

Fisher ran for 294 yards and six touchdowns for Westview, who pulled away from Barlow in the third quarter for a 57-34 first-round playoff win. 

TEXAS

Ryder Lambert, Stephenville QB

Lambert threw for 391 yards and six touchdowns on 13-of-17 passing in a 63-7 win against Brownwood to help Stephenville wrap up a perfect run through the regular season. He also ran for 53 yards and two rushing touchdowns on six carries.

Quinten Joyner, Manor RB

Joyner ran for a career-high 404 yards and four TDs on 26 carries in Manor’s 48-30 win over Cedar Park.

Tyrell Trevino, Mercedes WR

Trevino caught eight passes for 200 yards and four receiving TDs, both season highs, in a 31-21 road win over Sharyland Pioneer to clinch a share of the District 16-5A DII title on Friday. He also ran a kickoff return back for an 80-yard special teams touchdown.

WASHINGTON

Kennedy McGill, North Creek

Completed 23 for 34 pass attempts for 253 yards and three touchdowns in the air, 169 yards and two touchdowns on the ground and a game-winning touchdown heave and two-point conversion to beat Kennedy Catholic 43-42 in the final seconds.

Ambrose Marsh, Eastside Catholic

Returned two blocked punts for touchdowns in a 42-0 win over Juanita to clinch a 3A state berth and the 2-seed.

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