Seventh graders save the day again with win
Behind another outstanding performance from Jacqualyn Crawford, the seventh graders lanced Liberty Hill 32-12.
Crawford—who registered five touchdowns in last week’s season opener—added three more to his repetoire on Thursday as the 2-0 Tigers scored once in each quarter to dispose of Liberty Hill.
Crawford, who again f lirted with 200 yards rushing, danced in from the 45-yard line for his first score and after Gunner Miller hit Josh Springer for the twopoint conversion, it was 8-0.
In the second quarter, Crawford broke free for a 45-yard score thanks to a huge block from Matthew Vreeland. Miller’s conversion made it 16-6.
The third quarter opened with Crawford running for daylight for a 65-yard score and Miller and Springer connected again to make it 24-6 heading into the final period.
Springer handled the final score on a 15-yard trip and Miller’s pass to Angel Lara made the final 32-12.
According to coaches, linemen Patrick Dean, Angel Banca, Jason Wilson and Dylan David were the standouts.
The Tigers fell to Liberty Hill 57-3 after trailing 42-0 in the first half.
Adolfo Chivera booted a 25-yard field goal for the only score.
Jon Hines (35-yard kickoff return), Tim Mitchell (57-yard reception) and Frankie Saucedo (fumble recovery) were the leaders.
The Tigers were blanked 24-0 by Liberty Hill.
Coaches said Quentin White, Tristan Ramos (fumble recovery), Luke Elliston, Bradley Hartley, Braxton Moore and Davion Ford turned in oustanding games.
8B—The Tigers second half rally fell short in a 38-18 loss to Liberty Hill.
Rey Vega crossed the goal line three times in the second half to lead the rally, scoring from the 45, 30 and 70.
Standouts included Jack Ingram, Brajon Ayala and linemen James Weller, Josh Tanner and Elicio Espinoza
where they play
LADY TIGER VOLLEYBALL
Friday—at Caldwell, (F-JV-V),
TIGER CROSS COUNTRY
Saturday—at Somerville, 8 a.m.
JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL
Thursday—Smithville (7-8B, 7A,