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November 1, 2012

DAVID COLEMAN: How area players fared in college games

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PORT ARTHUR —

John Prescott, Lamar, DL (Ozen): Prescott had four tackles, including one for a loss, in the 56-7 loss to Sam Houston State, giving him 25 tackles this season.

Chris Raggett, McNeese State, S (Ozen): Raggett had two tackles in the 35-24 victory over Stephen F. Austin, giving him 21 tackles this season.

Taylor Reed, Southern Methodist, LB (West Brook): Reed had six tackles, inlcuding two for a loss, and one sack in the 44-13 homecoming victory over Memphis. The senior has 48 tackles, including eight for a loss, four sacks, two interceptions, four PBUs and a quarterback hit this season.

Bruce Reyes, Missouri Valley College, QB (West Brook): Reyes completed 21 of 26 passes for 207 yards and four TDs in the 67-13 victory over Peru State. The sophomore also had 25 rushing yards and a TD. Reyes has thrown for 1,277 passing yards and scored 14 TDs this season.

Jarrian Rhone, West Texas A&M, WR (Silsbee): Rhone had 10 catches for 77 yards and a TD in the 52-28 victory over West Georgia. The redshirt freshman has 27 catches for 301 yards and three TDs this season.

Elandon Roberts, Morgan State, LB (Memorial): Roberts had a team-high 16 tackles in the 28-23 loss to Delaware State. The true freshman has 76 tackles, inlcuding seven for a loss, one sack and one interception this season.

Mark Roberts, Houston, WR (West Orange-Stark): Roberts caught one pass for 12 yards in the 45-35 victory over Texas-El Paso. The sophomore has three catches for 40 yards this season.

Radermon Scypion, Houston, DL (Memorial): Scypion had one tackle and recovered a fumble in the 45-35 victory over Texas-El Paso, giving him 15 tackles this season.

Stan Sullivan, Incarnate Word, WR (Ozen): Sullivan returned one kickoff for minus-5 yards in the 45-20 loss to Tarleton State.

Branden Thomas, Lamar, DB (Central): Thomas had two tackles in the 56-7 loss to Sam Houston State, giving him 28 tackles this season.

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