Football concludes regular season

Posted 11/12/19

The high school football regular season came to an end this week with the Madisonville Mustangs on bye following a 2-8 campaign and 0-6 mark in district play. With the 2019 season in the rearview, stats have been compiled for all 10 Madisonville games this season.

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Football concludes regular season

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The high school football regular season came to an end this week with the Madisonville Mustangs on bye following a 2-8 campaign and 0-6 mark in district play. With the 2019 season in the rearview, stats have been compiled for all 10 Madisonville games this season.

Tyrese Brown led all Mustangs with 13 touchdowns in 2019 with 12 coming on the ground and another through the air. He also led the team in rushing yards with 696 on 137 carries (5.1 yards per attempt). He completed eight passes on 15 attempts in occasional stints at the quarterback position for a total of 80 yards.

Brown led the team in all-purpose yards and was followed by Roderick Holiday and Corey Johnson.

Armando Juarez, Madisonville’s primary signal caller, completed 55-of-103 passes on the year for a total of 716 yards, six touchdown passes and two interceptions. He was third on the team in rushing yards with 372 on 83 attempts (4.5 yards per attempt) and four touchdowns.

Holiday led the team in average yards per rushing attempt with 6.2 yards per carry. He compiled 604 yards on the year and was second to only Brown in overall touches.

Matthew Johnson ran for 210 yards on 41 carries (5.1 yards per attempt).

Corey Johnson led the team in receiving with 15 catches for 155 yards and a touchdown. Colby Sheppard was third on the team in receptions (11) and yards (126). Brown hauled in nine passes for 128 yards.

The top three receivers were followed by Donovan Young (six catches, 111 yards) and Doug’kyrn Johnson (12 catches, 103 yards).

Holiday, Brown, Corey Johnson, Doug’kyrn Johnson, Matthew Johnson, Nathan Chappell and Jonathan Boone all recorded a receiving touchdown on the year.

Defensive stats were not compiled for the final contest against Lorena, but Jace Snook had a commanding lead with 91 total tackles through the first 11 games of the season. Snook also led the Mustangs in tackles behind the line of scrimmage with eight.

Brown was second on the team with 56 tackles through nine games and was closely followed by Andres Lopez (49) and Asa Surface (46).

The Madisonville defense recorded five sacks in 2019. Holiday led the way with two while Surface, Ethan Williams and Tyrece Merchant contributed one apiece.

Brown and Snook each recovered four fumbles through the first nine games. The Madisonville defense totaled 17 turnovers on the year.

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