Cameron takes five of six in sub varsity competition


The 2013 Tiger junior varsity: front row (left to right)—Tyler Land, Andrew Perez, Joey Montelongo, A.J. Rutledge, John Rivers, Marco Sanchez, Laurence Baggerly, Chase Pickett, Zach Zoeller, Frankie Salcedo, Buck Garza, Fred Henderson. Back—Zach Caywood, Lane Schneider, Scottie Grimes, Travis Morgan, Cristian Lara, Ethan Krumnow, Bradley Breithaupt, Kacey Waxler, Joe Rubio, Darius O’Bryant, James Webb, Jacob Aquire. The 2013 Tiger junior varsity: front row (left to right)—Tyler Land, Andrew Perez, Joey Montelongo, A.J. Rutledge, John Rivers, Marco Sanchez, Laurence Baggerly, Chase Pickett, Zach Zoeller, Frankie Salcedo, Buck Garza, Fred Henderson. Back—Zach Caywood, Lane Schneider, Scottie Grimes, Travis Morgan, Cristian Lara, Ethan Krumnow, Bradley Breithaupt, Kacey Waxler, Joe Rubio, Darius O’Bryant, James Webb, Jacob Aquire. THURSDAY: The junior varsity and freshmen will host Liberty Hill at Tigerland Field with the first game set for 5 p.m. The junior high Tigers will travel to Liberty Hill, with the first game starting at 4:30 p.m. The 7B, 7A teams will play first, followed by 7A, 8A.

The Cameron Yoemen dominated the sub-varsity series, taking five of six games from Rockdale.

The Yoemen junior varsity jumped out to a 21-12 first half lead and held on for a 27-12 victory.

Quarterback Andrew Perez opened the scoring for the Tigers (1-2) with a 75-yard touchdown bomb to Christian Lara.

The Perez-Lara combination was at it again in the second quarter, this time from 15 yards out.

According to coaches, lineman A.J. Rutledge, Kacey Waxler, Travis Morgan, safety Zach Zoeller (interception), linebacker Joey Montelongo, cornerback James Webb (fumble) and Tyler Land (interception) were the standouts.

Freshmen

The Tiger freshmen suffered their first loss of the season after a 24-0 shutout loss to the Yoe.

Kristian White, Braxton Moore (forced fumble) and Luke Elliston turned in good games for the Tigers (2-1).

Eighth grade

The Tigers couldn’t get an early lead to hold up in a 30-20 loss to Cameron in the season opener.

Quarterback Gunner Miller rifled a 15-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Lehmkuhl and after the twosome combined again on the conversion, Rockdale led 8-0.

The defense provided the next score as Lehmkuhl pressured the quarterback and Tiger safety Brajon Ayala stepped in front of an errant pass and returned it 50 yards for a touchdown and the Tigers trailed 16-14 at intermission.

Taking up where he left off last season, speedster Jaqualyn Crawford sprinted 60 yards for a touchdown to open the third quarter and close the score at 22-20.

Standouts included Miller, Josh Springer, J.R. Hinijosa, Dylan David (interception) and Angel Banda.

8B–The Tigers were blanked 18-0 in the opener.

According to coaches, Saul Salazar, Omar Perez, Joe Rueles, Elicio Espinoza, Bradley Bailey, Sirvantae Allen were the leaders.

Seventh grade

The Tigers were shutout 22-0 in the season opener.

Lineman Wren Crane, running back Jackson Perry, lineman Zach Davis, and linebacker Jonathan Reynosa were the standouts.

7B—The Tigers were the lone squad to provide a win over the Yoemen, 16-6.

Set up by Jaheim Rubin’s 40- yard run, Dylan Dietsel romped 20 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter for an 8-0 lead after Nathan Bailey’s conversion.

Dietsel went long distance to open the second half with a 70-yard break off for a 16-0 lead after Rubin’s conversion run.

Quarterback Henry Daily, center Robert Barrera, guard Josh Davenport, linebacker Joel Vega and lineman Blake Finney were the standouts.


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