Wyatt’s three scores winds up JVTHURSDAY: In the season finale, the junior varsity Tigers travel to Caldwell with the game beginning at 6 p.m. The freshmen will play the Iola JV at 6:30 in Normangee. The junior high Tigers host Caldwell with the first game starting at 4:30 p.m.
R akeem Wyat t stacked up three touchdowns to lead the Tigers junior varsity to a 30-22 come-from-behind victory over Giddings.
With Giddings leading 16-0 in the second quarter, Wyatt logged the first of his trifecta from two yards out to close the gap by halftime.
After Giddings surged back ahead 22-6 to start the second half, Brandon Wright returned a blocked extra point 100 yards for two points.
Wyatt scored again from four yards out to pull the Tigers (2-7) even at 22-all.
According to coaches, Wyatt, Baldivia, Wright, Koltyn Woolverton and Patrick Trejo were the offensive standouts.
Defensively, Woolverton, Gabriel McQuinn and Lawrence Ewald were the leaders.
Two late Giddings scores put the game out of reach for the Tigers in a 28-8 loss.
Clayton Gibbs and LaDontice Coats accounted for the lone Tigers’ (3-5-1) score on a 66-yard pass play.
Gibbs, Coats, Josh Pelzel, Elijah Brooks, Dedrick Page and Austin Caffey were listed as standouts.
Dailynn Ramey ran and threw for a touchdown in the Tigers 18- 7 win over Giddings.
Quarterback Dylan McCartney connected with receiver Pearce Loth on a 20-yard scoring strike to put the Tigers (6-1-1) up early.
After Javier Mayberry causes and recovers a fumble with 13 seconds left in the first half, Ramey swept around end, but this time lofted a pass to Dillon Bankston for a 35-yard score and a 12-0 halftime lead.
Ramey bumped the lead to 18-0 with a four-yard scamper to open the second half.
Derek Contreras caused and recovered a fumble to stop Giddings from scoring in the third quarter and Preston Ehler jumped on an onside kick to help seal the game.
Defensively, Tyler Land, Ed Dansby and Nic Vreeland turned in outstanding games.
On offense, linemen Quondrous Ayala, Michael Boyd, Javier Mayberry, Kyle Williams, Justin Offield, Elijah Brooks and fullback Eric Davenport were the leaders.
8B— The Tigers could not find the end zone in a 7-0 loss to Giddings.
Standouts for the Tigers (3- 3) included Mario Buentello, Frankie Salcedo, Jake Moreland, Scottie Grimes, Cade Phillips and Billy Harris.
A steady flow of touchdowns lifted Giddings past the Tigers 28-6.
After Jonathan Ramey’s 30 yard kickoff return in the second quarter, Andrew Perez passed the Tigers (0-7-1) down the field with 59 yards worth of passes to Tyler Richter and Joey Montelongo to set up his five-yard blast and only score.
On offense, Ramey, lineman Mitchell Henson and lineman David Castillo were standouts.
Defensively, lineman Travis Morgan, defensive back Zach Zoeller and Chase Pickett were the leaders.
7B— The Tigers could not overcome early scores by Giddings in their 21-6 loss.
Set up by Ray Trevino’s 15-yard pass to William Payne, James Webb dialed long distance with a 44-yard scoring run.
On defense, Rodrigo Costillo and Christian Lara played well, while Webb, Nic Beason and James Bedwell were the leaders.