Rockport-Fulton, Gregory-Portland make move in Week 3 high school football power rankings
Caller-Times Class 5A/4A High School Football
1. Calallen (3-0)
Wildcats defense was dominant in cruising to a win against Class 6A Los Fresnos, limiting them to 122 yards.
2. Veterans Memorial (3-0)
The Eagles special teams was special again and Cameron De La Pena hauled in three touchdowns in a shutout win against King
3. Flour Bluff (3-0)
The Hornets defense put its stamp on a win against Victoria West as turnovers helped Flour Bluff rout the Warriors.
4. Rockport-Fulton (3-0)
The Pirates didn't muster the same offensive fireworks they'd shown in the first two weeks, but Rockport-Fulton was no less dominant against Tuloso-Midway.
5. Miller (2-1)
Miller got a big bounce-back win in coming from behind to upend state-ranked Sinton on the road.
6. Sinton (2-1)
The Pirates got huge production once again from Rene Galvan passing and running the ball, but came up short against Miller.
7. Gregory-Portland (1-2)
Gregory-Portland continues to make strides week by week and finally picked up their first win of the season in a blowout win against Moody to open district
8. Alice (0-3)
A challenging three-week stretch to open the season has Alice still looking for its first win of the season, despite fielding one of the area's best defenses.
9. Moody (2-1)
Moody will have to regroup after struggling in a district-opening loss against Gregory-Portland.
10. Tuloso-Midway (1-2)
The Warriors have shown improvement since a Week 1 loss to Moody and were able to slow the state's highest-scoring team in a loss against Rockport-Fulton.
Class 3A/2A/Private School
1. Refugio (3-0)
For the first time in 2021, Refugio was pushed, but answered the bell in a three-score win against Edna.
2. Odem (3-0)
The Owls saw their defense post their best performance of the season in holding Santa Gertrudis Academy to seven points.
3. London (2-0)
Rather than go another week between games, the Pirates organized a second meeting with John Paul II as district nears closer.
4. San Diego (2-0)
The Vaqueros had to fight to win a tight, defensive contest against West Oso and are holding teams to 13 points a game thus far.
5. Bishop (1-0)
The Bulldogs looked no worse for having missed the first two weeks of the season in a romp against Kingsville, spearheaded by talented back Isaiah Rodriguez.
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