On the sub-varsity stage, a pair of teams ended their seasons on a positive note although the freshman dropped a hard-fought, 12-2 decision to Needville.
The offense was led through the rain and mud by Ryder Ramirez, Tanner Ellis, Erik Ochoa, Andres Flores, William Forrester, Clay Coleman, Dylan Aguado, Ray Bellville and Bradley Williams.
The Blue Jay offense was held to just three big runs, although two of which went for first-half touchdowns, and failed to record a first down in the second half while taking a sack for a safety in the fourth quarter. Leading the defensive charge for the Tigers were William Forrester, Richard Hahn, Juan Perez, Amador Lopez and Eduardo Gomez to close the season with a 4-6 record.
The junior varsity Gold squad finished their season off with a 14-0 victory to move to 5-3 overall.
Leading the way for the offense was Myki Harris and Oswaldo Rodriguez who both found pay dirt to put Sealy ahead. Cade Thielemann, Nick Alvarado, Bradley Garbs, Ethan Johnson and Josh Sanchez also helped move the ball.
On the other side of the ball, the defense led the charge for the game with standout performances by Luke Kovar, Andres Murrillo, Efrain Cerda-Vazquez, Joel Chavez and Jimmy Juarez helping the Tigers secure a shutout with their futures shining brightly.
The junior varsity Black team closed an undefeated campaign with an 18-0 win in a very wet, soggy game. D’vonne Hmielewski crossed the goal line thrice on the ground and the defense kept Needville at bay to improve to 9-0.
The Sealy shutout was powered by Mason Klotz (eight tackles, two pass breakups), Tyler Price (five tackles, forced fumble), Mike Mullins (three tackles, fumble recovery), Greyson Brandes (five tackles, two pass breakups), Lucas Zapalac (four tackles and a sack) and Francisco Reyes (three tackles, two pass hurries).