Brazos Cougars football
Coming off their first win of the season last week against Flatonia, the Brazos Cougars were looking to take that momentum and turn it into a victory in their first district game against Bloomington. That’s exactly what they did. The Cougars won the game 48-3 to bring their overall record to 2-2 on the season with a 1-0 record in district play. Brazos will take on East Bernard on the road with a kickoff time of 7:30 p.m. Oct. 6.
Bellville Brahmas football
After four straight losses to start off the season, including a 42-17 loss to their rival Sealy, the Brahmas were desperate for their first win of the season and they got it. Bellville defeated Wharton on the road 57-7. Freshman running back Trevon Green was the star of the game for the Brahmas rushing for 108 yards on 15 carries and two touchdowns. Junior James Wiley also came to play as he had 134 yards on 13 carries with a touchdown as well. The Brahmas’ defense smothered Wharton quarterback Donovan Krushall picking him off twice and forcing a completion percentage of only 37.5%. Bellville will hope this style of play continues against Taylor who they play on Oct. 6.
Sealy junior high football
Eighth grade B team defeated Wharton in Wharton by a score of 35-0. Scoring was led by Brock Blevins who accounted for two rushing scores and three TD passes to Andres Murillo and Manny Aguilar. Jonathan Price also rushed for a touchdown. Brandon Danas was the leading tackler for the defense and led the team to a shutout.
Eighth grade A team defeated Wharton by a score of 53-18. Offensive standouts were Thomas Clark, Kaden Theilman, Peyton Walne, Connor Krenek, Graham Samonte, and Callen Rabius. All of the above scored at least one TD (except Samonte- he had some great catches for about 100 yards). Also the offensive line of Brooks Redden, Yahir Alvarez, Jonathan Monterroza, Luke Kova, and Nicholas Campos led the Tigers to an impressive rushing attack.
Seventh grade B team defeated Wharton by a score of 14-13. Down 13 in the third quarter Colby Eschenburg scored two rushing touchdowns to help aide the comeback win. Defensive standouts were Matthew Reyes, Eduardo Gomez, and Max Wickens.
Seventh grade A team defeated Wharton by a score of 36-0. Scoring was led by Damyrion Phillips with four rushing touchdowns and over 200 yards on the ground. Defensive standouts were Mason Klotz, Lucas Zapalac, and William Forrester. Defense played great also. The leading tacklers were Ethan Hart, Peyton Walne, Thomas Clark, Callen Rabius, and Connor Krenek.
The Blinn College Buccaneers volleyball team added two more wins to their record after finishing the last day of the Tyler Junior College Invite with a 3-1 win over Hutchinson Community College and 3-2 win over New Mexico Military Institute on Saturday in Tyler.
The Buccaneers increased their record to 17-4 after concluding the tournament with a 3-1 record.
“We played really hard and they put everything they had on the floor,” said Kalie Mader, Blinn head coach. “I am very proud of our team today.”
In football, The No. 6 Blinn College Buccaneers suffered their first loss of the season after falling to No. 4 Tyler Junior College Apaches, 34-22, on Saturday night at Cub Stadium in Brenham.
The Buccaneers held a 22-14 lead late in the game, but couldn’t hold on as the Apaches scored 20 points in the final quarter to come out on top.
“We didn’t execute very well at times and we left a lot of points on the field, but we kept fighting and never gave up, which is a good thing,” said Ryan Mahon, Blinn head coach. “Tyler is a good quality team and hopefully we are going to see them again in the playoffs.”