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FOOTBALL: Holy Cross-Lanier game notes 8-25 (complete)

Good evening folks

I’m at Alamo Stadium on their guest wi-fi, which means I’m blocked from using Twitter –a problem I expect to be fixed by tomorrow night’s games.

Holy Cross 33, Lanier 0 — FINAL.

In another area game of interest:

McCollum 41, Souh San 27 – Final

GAME HIGHLIGHTS:

>Attendance: 1,895

With help from a 37-yard pass by J.D. Boone to Damian Tovar, the Voks threatened late in the third quarter. A Holy Cross facemask penalty moved Lanier to the Knights 18. Phoenix Perez picked up a 3rd-and-3 with 41 seconds left in the quarter. The Voks had 1st-and-goal at the 8, but Boone was sacked by HC’s Raymond Casarez back to the 18 as the quarter ended.

On the opening play of the fourth quarter, Darren Graham, seeing his first action since the Hondo game last Sept. 17, intercepted a pass in the end zone, squelching Lanier’s best scoring opportunity.

A tipped interception by Austin “Tex” Gonzales at Holy Cross 48 following Lara’s TD with 6:03 left in 3rd qtr. But the Knights couldn’t capitalize.

 

Holy Cross 33,

Lanier 0

HC: Ethan Lara 1 run (Roman Garza kick)

7:40 left, 3rd Qtr

>Jeremy Herrera returned an interception 5 yards on Lanier’s 3rd play of the second half to the Voks 40. Lanier had a promising start to the second half on Julio Rodriguez’s kickoff return to the Voks 41.

Holy Cross 26,

Lanier 0

HC: Raymond Casarez 2 run (pass failed)

:26 left, 2nd Qtr

KNIGHTS DRIVE HIGHIGHTS: Robert Adame 24-yard run. Vince Compian screen pass in right flat to Jay Nava for 25-yard gain to Lanier 2 on 4th-and-2.

>The Knights’ Robert Adame scored on a one-yard plunge with 6:55 to play in the second quarter following a 13-yard completion from Vince Compian to E.J. Perez on 4th down.

>Holy Cross led 14-0 after a quarter.

Ethan Lara  returned the opening kickoff 89 yards for a touchdown. The Knights also scored on a 33-yard run by E.J. Perez with 9:40 remaining.

 

 

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About Mike Considine (1262 Articles)
I started this blog as an extension of the sports stories I've been doing as an independent contractor for the Southside Reporter the past five years. I've been a sportswriter for more than 35 years, including two stints with the late, lamented San Antonio Light. I cover high school football for the San Antonio Express-News in the fall. My purpose, in creating this blog, is to shine a light on the athletic achievements of teams and athletes on the south side of San Antonio.

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