Highlighting the best high school football performances in the country for Nov. 11-13

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. 11-13.

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

ALABAMA

Khalifa Keith, Parker RB

Keith totaled 400 yards of offense – including 275 yards on the ground – and scored six touchdowns to lead Parker to a 41-34 win over Alexandria in the 5A playoffs.

Brayden Kyle, Decatur Heritage QB

Kyle rushed for 348 yards and nine touchdowns and passed for 260 yards and two TDs to lead Decatur Heritage to a 76-60 win over Ragland in the 1A playoffs. His 11 touchdowns are a single-game Class 1A playoff record.

ARKANSAS

Jalen Dupree, Malvern, RB

The sophomore rushed 36 times for 288 yards and 3 TDs in the Leopards’ 28-20 win over Dewitt.

CALIFORNIA

Elijah Brown, Mater Dei QB

Brown was 20 of 26 passing for 369 yards and six touchdowns in Friday’s win over Norco.

Christian Washington, Helix RB

Washington rushed for 337 yards and five touchdowns to help the Highlanders take down Grossmont in Friday’s playoff game.

Tetairoa McMillan, Servite WR/DB

McMillan had seven catches for 100 yards and also had three interceptions, returning one 87 yards for a touchdown in the win over Santa Margarita.

GEORGIA

Gunner Stockton, Rabun County QB

Stockton threw five touchdown passes and rushed for two more scores in a 63-14 win over Pace Academy. He completed 18-of-21 passes for 302 yards and added another 154 yards on 12 carries.

Kace Adams, Cartersville S

Adams grabbed three interceptions and returned two of them for touchdowns in a 51-0 win over Lithonia.

MASSACHUSETTS

Angelo LaRose, South RB

LaRose rushed for 444 yards and six touchdowns to lead South to a 40-18 win over Worcester Tech.

MISSISSIPPI

Isaac Smith, Itawamba AHS

Rushed for 270 yards on 23 carries with two touchdowns in a 30-9 win over Ripley.

NEW JERSEY

Alex Brown, Red Bank Catholic QB

Just one day after his mother died from breast cancer, Brown threw six touchdown passes and ran for two more to lead Red Bank Catholic to a 58-34 victory over Morris Catholic in the first round of the playoffs.

OHIO

Danny Enovitch, St. Edward RB

The senior put together a career game with 264 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries. The Eagles had a 377-92 rushing advantage as they shut out Canton McKinley 42-0.

OKLAHOMA

Gabe Rodriguez, Wagoner, QB

Rodriguez rushed for 267 yards on 36 carries and four TDs and threw for 100 yards in the Bulldogs’ 37-35 win against Hilldale.

OREGON

Malik Ross, Tualatin RB

Ross ran the ball 19 times for 170 yards and scored a school-record six touchdowns — all coming as part of an explosive first half to lead third-seeded Tualatin past 14th-seeded Westview, 58-25, on Friday night in the second round of the OSAA Class 6A state playoffs. Five of his touchdowns were on the ground and the sixth was an 80-yard kickoff return.

TEXAS

Braedyn Locke, Rockwall QB

Locke became the all-time leader in career touchdown passes in Class 6A Texas high school football history after throwing for 283 yards and five touchdowns on 14-of-18 passing in a 55-14 win against North Garland. He also ran 15 times for 165 yards and two rushing touchdowns.

Darson Herman, Georgetown QB

Herman threw for 327 yards and three TDs on 20-of-32 passing and ran for 167 yards and six rushing touchdowns in Georgetown’s 63-56 shootout victory against previously undefeated Dripping Springs.

Landry Laird, Sunnyvale WR

Laird recorded nine receptions for 272 yards and four touchdowns in a 41-27 win over Ferris on Friday.

WASHINGTON

Logan Lacio, Bothell (4A)

Went 21 for 32 passing for 329 yards and five second-half touchdowns as the Blue Train scored 35 unanswered points in a 49-35 first round win over Glacier Peak on the road.

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