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Texas High School Football: Corpus Christi area Week 14 power rankings

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

a baseball player is getting ready to hit the ball: Sinton faces Wimberley in the Class 4A Division II semifinal playoff game, Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020, at D.W. Rutledge Stadium in Converse. © Annie Rice/Caller-Times Sinton faces Wimberley in the Class 4A Division II semifinal playoff game, Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020, at D.W. Rutledge Stadium in Converse.

Power Rankings

1. Veterans Memorial (8-0)

Vets faces Ray in a rescheduled game with a shot at the school's second unbeaten regular season, having already clinched a share of the district title and No. 1 seed for the postseason. 

a baseball player wearing a helmet: Veterans Memorial faces Victoria West in a high school football game on Nov. 27, 2020. © Courtney Sacco Veterans Memorial faces Victoria West in a high school football game on Nov. 27, 2020.

2. Flour Bluff (7-1)

The Hornets had two weeks to work after their loss to Veterans Memorial. Bluff hosts Victoria West on Friday with the district's No. 2 seed in the playoffs on the line.

a football player running on a baseball field: 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. Miller (9-4)

The Bucs kept the train rolling in the Alamodome, posting 70 for the fifth time this season against Boerne as Miller advanced to the state quarterfinals for the first time since 1963.

a baseball player holding a football ball: Miller faces Boerne in a high school football game on Nov. 27, 2020. © Annie Rice Miller faces Boerne in a high school football game on Nov. 27, 2020.

4. Calallen (10-3)

The Wildcats bowed out before the fourth round for the first time since 2014 in a loss to Austin LBJ.

a football player running on a baseball field: Calhoun faces Calallen in the District 15-4A Division I championship, Friday, Nov. 6, 2020. Calallen won 28-7. © Annie Rice/Caller-Times Calhoun faces Calallen in the District 15-4A Division I championship, Friday, Nov. 6, 2020. Calallen won 28-7.

5. Sinton (8-4)

The Pirates saw their season come to an end in a loss to reigning state finalist Wimberley on a soggy field in Converse.

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 (3-6)

The Wildcats closed out the regular season with a win against Ray, but will miss the postseason.

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 (11-0)

The Bobcats are the last small school standing and have a showdown with No. 1 Shiner on deck for Friday at the Alamodome.

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.

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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