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Junior High Game Details
Wednesday, October 24, 2012 • Posted October 24, 2012

7th vs. Harper

The 7th grade pulled a shutout as they beat Harper 20-0. All around, the boys played very well. The lineman up front played very well, giving our backs good holes to run through. Kason Silerio scored 2 touchdowns on the ground, Americo Alvarez scored the first 2 point conversion and Bode McMillan scored the last touchdown of the night for the 7th grade.

8th vs. Harper

The 8th grade suffered a hard loss as they dropped one to Harper 44-6. We just couldn’t get anything going after our first touchdown scored by Evan Dayton. The boys continue to play hard and I’m proud of the resiliency of the boys. We continue to work hard every week.

7th vs. Ballinger

The 7th grade pitched another shutout and another win against Ballinger 32-0. These boys played harder and better than they have all year. Offensive line blocked very well up front and continue to improve on a weekly basis. Jake Comey scored a touchdown with Kason Silerio scoring the 2 point, Americo Alvarez scored on a sweep with T.R. Kerr scoring the 2 point, Jake Comey scored another touchdown with Kason Silerio scoring the 2 point and Emanual Martinez scored on a pass with Truman Magnus scored the 2 point.

Next game will be against Junction (T), on Thursday, October 25 at 5pm.

8th vs. Ozona

The boys fought hard as they lost to Ozona 34-14. They never gave up one time, I was extremely proud of how these boys fought tooth and nail to finish this game. Evan Dayton scored on a long reverse around the right side, with the 2 point failed. Haddon Hudson scored the final touchdown in the last few minutes of the game and scored the 2 point as well. We will continue to work hard and get better this week as we prepare for Junction.

8th grade will play Junction this Thursday, October 25 in Junction at 6pm.

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