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Texas High School Football: Corpus Christi area Week 13 power rankings

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Caller-Times Class 5A/4A High School Football

Miller's Lonnie Adkism, center, is surrounded by teammates after incepting the ball at the playoff game against Lampasas, Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020, at Dub Farris Stadium in San Antonio. Miller won, 54-49. © Annie Rice/Caller-Times Miller's Lonnie Adkism, center, is surrounded by teammates after incepting the ball at the playoff game against Lampasas, Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020, at Dub Farris Stadium in San Antonio. Miller won, 54-49.

Power Rankings

1. Veterans Memorial (7-0)

The Eagles follow up a huge win against Flour Bluff, with a game against another district unbeaten: Victoria West.

a man running on a baseball field: Veterans Memorial defeats Moody 52-19 during their game at Cabaniss Multipurpose Stadium on Friday, Oct. 20, 2020. © Courtney Sacco/Caller-Times Veterans Memorial defeats Moody 52-19 during their game at Cabaniss Multipurpose Stadium on Friday, Oct. 20, 2020.

2. Flour Bluff (7-1)

The Hornets have an open date after dropping their first game of the season, before closing the regular season with Victoria West.

a group of people watching a football ball: Flour Bluff takes on Veterans Memorial in a high school football game on Thursday, Nov. 19 at Buc Stadium in Corpus Christi, Texas. © Annie Rice/Caller-Times Flour Bluff takes on Veterans Memorial in a high school football game on Thursday, Nov. 19 at Buc Stadium in Corpus Christi, Texas.

3. Calallen (10-2)

Calallen needed a little late-game magic to hold of Canyon Lake, rallying to score the last 16 points of the game in a 37-31 win.

a group of people running on a field: Calallen defeats Canyon Lake 37-31 in the Class 4A D-I Area playoff game at Eagle Stadium in Pleasanton, Texas on Friday, Nov. 20, 2020. © Courtney Sacco/Caller-Times Calallen defeats Canyon Lake 37-31 in the Class 4A D-I Area playoff game at Eagle Stadium in Pleasanton, Texas on Friday, Nov. 20, 2020.

4. Miller (8-4)

The Bucs stunned No. 2 Lampasas, using a huge offensive night from quarterback Andrew Body and last second fourth-down stop to hang on for a win.

5. Sinton (8-3)

The Pirates held Giddings to 11 points to return to the Class 4A Division II regional semifinals.

6. Rockport-Fulton (6-5)

A late touchdown from Navasota spoiled a 300-yard rushing night from Pirates' running back John Chupe.

7. Alice (3-5)

The Coyotes could not keep up with Austin LBJ in a Class 4A Division I area-round loss.

8. Gregory-Portland (2-6)

The Wildcats cap the season on Wednesday against Ray.

9. Ingleside (7-4)

The Mustangs capped their best season since 2013 with a loss to Hondo in the bi-district round of the playoffs.

10. Tuloso-Midway (4-6)

The Warriors season came to an end after dropping a Week 11 game to Alice.

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Caller-Times Class 3A/2A/Private High School Football

1. Refugio (10-0)

The Bobcats are the last small school standing after drubbing Flatonia in the area round of the Class 2A Division I playoffs.

2. Orange Grove (7-4)

The Bulldogs high-flying offense was held in check by Lago Vista in an area round playoff loss.

3. George West (6-5)

The Longhorns' season came to a close with a loss to Buffalo in the area round of the playoffs.

a person wearing a helmet: Michael Upton scores a touchdown against Odem in a Texas high school playoff football game on Friday, Nov. 13, 2020 at Pirate Stadium in Mathis. © Annie Rice/Caller-Times Michael Upton scores a touchdown against Odem in a Texas high school playoff football game on Friday, Nov. 13, 2020 at Pirate Stadium in Mathis.

4. London (7-3)

The Pirates were upended in the bi-district round by a last-second field goal from Edna.

5. Odem (7-4)

The Owls saw their season come to an end in the bi-district round of the playoffs against Orange Grove.

Quinton Martinez covers all things sports in South Texas. Support local coverage like this by checking out our subscription options and special offers at Caller.com/subscribe  

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