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Top stars, best performances this week in Missouri high school football playoffs

The top stars and best performances from this week in the Missouri high school football playoffs
at Charlie George stadium in Little Rock. More photos at arkansasonline.com/926robinsonfountainlake/ Special to the Democrat-Gazette/JIMMY JONES

at Charlie George stadium in Little Rock. More photos at arkansasonline.com/926robinsonfountainlake/ Special to the Democrat-Gazette/JIMMY JONES

By Luke Sanders

Listed below are some of the top stars and best performances from this week in the Missouri high school football playoffs. If you know of a top star we should include, please let us know in the comments. 

Robbie Sharp, St. Pius X, RB

Sharp led the team in both rushing and receiving yards, amassing 146 total yards and a touchdown in the 21-20 win over Cardinal Ritter. 

Kevin Coleman, St. Mary’s, WR

Coleman did it all for St. Mary’s scoring four touchdowns in the game. He had one rushing touchdown, one receiving touchdown, one kick return for a touchdown, and one punt return for a touchdown. Coleman totalef111 yards receiving in the 62-16 victory over Mexico. 

Hunter Nelson, Marceline, RB

Nelson ran for 116 yards and two touchdowns in the 31-30 win over Hayti. 

Jacob Coffey, Drexel, QB

Coffey did most of his damage on the ground as he has most of the year, running for 382 yards and six touchdowns, while adding one touchdown through the air in the 56-28 win over King City. 

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Trevor Klein, East Buchanan, RB

Trevor Klein ran for three touchdowns and had a pick-6 in the 34-6 win over Thayer. 

Alex Rinehart, Worth County, RB

Rinehart ran for 163 yards and two touchdowns and added a receiving touchdown as well in the 36-34 win over North Shelby. 

Jeremiyah Love, Christian Brothers College Academy, RB

Love had 127 yards and two touchdowns in the 48-21 state championship win over Liberty North. 

AJ Harris, Lutheran St. Charles, RB

Harris rushed for 123 yards and four touchdowns in the 54-14 win over Lafayette County. 

Andrew Hedgecorth, Smithville, QB

Hedgecorth had three passing touchdowns and one rushing touchdown in the 40-36 victory over MICDS. Hedgecorth led a comeback in the fourth quarter whenSmithville trailed 36-20 entering the quarter. 

Aneyus Williams, Hannibal, RB

Williams totaled four touchdowns in the 42-26 victory over North County. 

Jamal Roberts, St. Mary’s, RB

Roberts ran for 171 yards and two touchdowns in the 62-16 win over Mexico.