VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP: Provets put Centurions away in first 4-4A match

Harlandale edges Southside, wins 28-5A opener

AREA TEAMS INCLUDED: Brackenridge, Edison, Harlandale, Jefferson, Providence, Southside.

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Providence embarked on its TAPPS District 4-4A schedule Aug. 29 with what might prove to be a valuable road victory at Corpus Christi John Paul II.

The Provets (9-9, 1-0) swept the Centurions 28-26, 25-12, 25-15 for their first victory of the week. Providence lost 25-17, 25-17, 25-14 to St. Anthony (12-4) Aug. 25 and 19-25, 25-15, 25-10, 25-21 to Lee (7-11) Aug. 28 in non-district play.

“I’m really pretty satisfied with where we’re at,” Providence coach Elise Denoux said. “Emily Pearson is our only senior. Our goals are really long-term. If we don’t win non-district matches, it’s not our whole focus as a coaching staff.”

In fact, Denoux said a competitive performance against Lee helped pave the way the 4-4A win.

“We lost to Lee the night before, but they have some very strong players,” she said. “That carried over to John Paul II. We had a lot of people score with kills, so that was great.”

Sophomore setter-right-side hitter Alyssa Tijerina, who played on the junior varsity in 2014, led the Provets with 32 assists, 5 aces and12 digs in Corpus Christi. Tijerina has shared setting duties with freshman Serina Leon.

“Alyssa has grown a lot in every single match,” Denoux said. “She was very efficient. She got the ball to the right players at the right times.”

Sophomore Hannah Sasser hammered 15 kills in the district match. Sasser produced 18 kills and 11 digs against Lee as well as 11 kills versus St. Anthony.

“Hannah has done a lot of work,” Denoux said. “She has really stepped up as a leader. Hannah really has learned and she’s doing the things she’s supposed to do on the court.”

Sophomore Jessica Banuelos led the Provets against St. Anthony with 14 digs.

With several returning players, Providence aims to return to the playoffs in a district that has been governed by Holy Cross and Victoria St. Joseph in recent seasons.

“On any given night, you can have a very competitive match with anyone,” Denoux said. “John Paul II had some really strong hitters. That’s why we’re trying to get our kids to the point where everybody knows her role. They have to commit to it.”

Harlandale 3, Southside 2

The Indians (13-6, 1-0) began their District 28-5A season with a win and capped off the week with a key non-district victory over Southside (7-10) Aug. 28 in the Cardinals’ gym.

Tanya Ramos led Harlandale with 12 kills and three blocks in a 25-9, 25-16, 25-23 win at Jefferson (3-8, 0-1) Aug. 25. Esme Molina finished with eight kills. Kianna Sandoval tallied 13 assists, four digs and two aces. Pamela Sandoval had a team-best 15 digs and Cassandra Munoz produced seven.

Jefferson statistics were unavailable.

At Southside, the Indians won a marathon match 25-23, 21-25, 25-22, 18-25, 15-13. Maddy Mendez and Tanya Ramos led the Indians with 12 and 11 kills, respectively. Brandie Herrera dealt 23 assists and Kianna Sandoval produced 17. Pamela Sandoval led Harlandale with 21 digs. Ramos also had two blocks.

Sophomore Mia Soto unleashed 18 kills for the Cardinals. Amber Martinez chipped in 14 digs and 13 kills Tyler Bolton played an impressive overall match with 21 assists, 10 digs and two blocks. Alyssa Gallardo added 13 assists. Klaryssa Vela and Allie Herrera had nine digs apiece while Amanda Esparza contributed eight.

Edison 3, Brackenridge 0

The Golden Bears (4-8, 1-0) began their District 28-5A season Aug. 25 by defeating Brackenridge (5-18, 0-1) 25-19, 25-12, 25-10 at the Alamo Convocation Center.

Marissa Cortinas led Edison with 20 assists, 10 kills, four digs and three aces. Liann

Mayen also had 10 kills while Samantha Lara recorded eight. Kamryn Duque (10 digs),

Kayla Lyons (9 digs) and Lara (7 digs) were the Golden Bears’ defensive leaders. D’Anne Gonzalez contributed 10 assists and Mayen added four blocks.

Liz Anguiano led the Eagles with 15 digs. Eshe Malone supplied eight kills. Marquanique Freeman dealt seven assists.

FOOTBALL: Central Catholic shuts down Lanier’s passing game

Three fourth-quarter interceptions seal win

AREA TEAMS INCLUDED: Central Catholic, Lanier.

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Central Catholic took away Lanier’s chances for a season-opening comeback victory Aug. 28.

The Buttons utilized three fourth-quarter interceptions to squelch the Voks’ momentum in the first game for both teams. The hosts prevailed 14-7 at Bob Benson Stadium.

“Our defense was outstanding,” Central Catholic coach L.D. Green Sr. said. “Lanier wanted to establish the run, but they stepped up and forced them to pass. Those three interceptions were big, because they allowed us to control things.”

Lanier led 7-6 after blocking Central Catholic’s first extra-point attempt. With 3:05 until halftime, Voks senior tight end Raul Solis hauled in a six-yard pass from Jeremiah Esquivel and nailed the point-after-touchdown.

“We had a few interceptions and a failure to capitalize on some things that kind of hurt us,” Lanier coach Don Gatian said. “I thought the defense did a good job and we moved the ball in the first half, but we didn’t put it in the end zone enough. We had a touchdown called back.

“Overall, we didn’t play badly. The guys played hard up front.”

Buttons junior back Thomas Palomera (49 yards, 5 carries) registered the go-ahead touchdown with a 42-yard dash with 3:56 left in the third quarter. Palomera caught the two-point conversion pass from Harlingen South transfer quarterback James Morton (85 passing yards) for a seven-point advantage.

“It’s just that the line’s blocking on the edge let me get outside,” Palomera said. “Once I got outside, I was able to run past them.”

The Buttons had difficulty mounting a consistent offensive attack during the first half in Morton’s first start. Predictably, Central Catholic’s execution improved throughout the game.

“In our offense, everyone has to do their part,” said Green, who praised the offensive line. “If they do that, we have big-play potential.”

Central Catholic senior free safety Jeremy Medina produced the first of his two interceptions on the opening play of the fourth quarter. Cornerback Elijah Banda and Medina ended the Voks’ last two possessions with picks.

“The defense got us the win,” Palomera said. “That was our big thing going into the game.”

The Buttons scored little more than four minutes into the non-district contest on a 15-yard run from junior back Caleb Salinas (79 yards, 11 carries). A 64-yard pass play from Morton to junior Julian Oviedo set up the score.

Adrian Lozoya led the Voks with two receptions for 42 yards.

FOOTBALL: Sam Houston wins opener for Brown

Hurricanes avenge loss in 2014 opener

AREA TEAMS INCLUDED: Sam Houston.

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A year ago, the season opener at Bandera was something Sam Houston had to recover from.

The Hurricanes gradually put the road loss behind them and went on to the District 28-5A championship. This year, Sam Houston won’t have as far to go after a 34-14 victory over the Bulldogs at Alamo Stadium.

“I just remember that late touchdown and losing (21-15),” said Hurricanes senior quarterback Raymonte Prime, who threw for 303 yards and five touchdowns. “We had to come back here tonight and get revenge.”

A new coach first installs his offensive and defensive philosophies. The next phase of pouring the foundation is setting a competitive tone.

Sam Houston coach Patrick Brown may have taken an important step in that direction with the Hurricanes in their season opener Aug. 29 at Alamo Stadium. Sam Houston overcame obstacles of its own making to record a 34-14 win over stubborn Bandera.

“No doubt that was one of the ugliest games you’ll ever see, but we have to learn to win ugly,” said Brown, who replaced retired Sam Houston coach Gary Green.

“We came in and changed everything they do. They’ve only had three weeks to learn it. I’m very confident they’ll pick it up quickly.”

Bandera, a District 14-4A Division I representative playing its first game under coach Jeff Hamilton, scored in the waning moments against Sam Houston in 2014. This year, the Bulldogs staked themselves to a 7-7 lead on senior Utah Hicks’ three-yard quarterback sneak with 6:50 remaining in the first quarter.

The Bulldogs never led again, although they did close within 20-14 on Dylan Bass’ 52-yard fumble return early in the fourth quarter. Sam Houston lost four fumbles in the second half.

“No doubt that was one of the ugliest games you’ll ever see, but we have to learn to win ugly,” said Brown, who replaced retired Sam Houston coach Gary Green.

“We came in and changed everything they do. They’ve only had three weeks to learn it.

The Hurricanes escalated the pace of the game in the second quarter, as Prime completed nine of 11 passes for 154 yards and three touchdowns.

His 18-yard throw to back Devin Harris, who made a leaping catch in the end zone, tied the score with 6:49 until halftime. Harris also contributed 119 rushing yards on 16 carries.

Prime (22 of 28) hooked up with basketball standout Jawon Anderson (195 yards, six receptions) about three minutes later on a 72-yard pass play. He also threw 13 yards to Travon Vaughns in the closing seconds of the half.

“We started looking for mismatches between our receivers and their corners,” Prime said, “and I started to hit them.”

Anderson also accounted for 32- and 65-yard receptions in the fourth quarter that put the Hurricanes’ win on ice.

“If not for a couple of fumbles,” Brown said. “I think the game would have been over in the third quarter. But give Bandera credit. They fought their behinds off.”

Brown is concerned that, in the opener, the Hurricanes put too much pressure on their defense, which limited Bandera to seven first downs.

Sam Houston will play another tough non-district game Friday, Sept. 3 against Southside (1-0). Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. at the SAISD Complex. The Cardinals won a 15-14 nail-biter last year in a battle of two of the area’s most-improved teams.

“We’re going to work on our focus,” Prime said. “We’re going to go work on the long (passes) and our blocking, even though we had a great game run blocking.”

 

VOLLEYBALL: Area rankings (thru Aug. 25)

Through August 25

TOP 15:

 

Rank-Team-Last Week

1. Holy Cross – 1

2. Southwest – 2

3. McCollum – 3

4. East Central – 4

5. Harlandale – 6

6. South San – 5

7. Highlands – 7

8. Southside – 8

9. Providence – 9

10. Edison – 12

11. Lanier – 11

12. Brackenridge – 10

13. Sam Houston – 14

14. Jefferson – 13

15. Young Women’s Leadership Academy – 15

VOLLEYBALL: Knights, Dragons slay competition in SAISD Tourney

South San reaches gold bracket

AREA TEAMS INCLUDED: Brackenridge, Highlands, Holy Cross, Jefferson, South San, Southwest.

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The SAISD Tournament proved to be the perfect ending to an important week of growth for two area teams.

Holy Cross (13-1) claimed the gold pool championship and Southwest (9-7) was the silver pool champion in the 15-team tournament that concluded Aug. 22, Each of them was undefeated in four pool-play matches.

For Holy Cross, it was the second-consecutive tournament title and third in the school’s history. The Knights were undefeated in six tournament matches, losing only a single game. They finished the week with a 12-match winning streak.

“It’s just a new thing coming,” Holy Cross senior setter Anna Zuniga said. “We treat every match (equally). That’s been helping us. We just treat every match as competition and give it our all.”

The top five finishers in the initial round of pool play Aug. 21 earned spots in the gold division, which was contested at the Alamo Convocation Center. South San (7-7) was fifth in the pool.

Southwest won its first championship under new coach Casey Pesek, who coached District 28-6A rival Corpus Christi King last season. The Dragons swept its pool and were 5-1 in the tourney, losing only to gold runner-up McAllen. Southwest also collected two wins earlier in the week.

“The girls are working hard,” Pesek said. “They’re young, but they want to learn and excel.”

In the silver pool at Highlands, Southwest was only taken to three games by runner-up Highlands (9-6). The Dragons pulled it out 25-23, 24-26, 25-16.

Junior Aashlyn Sulaica registered a kill through a block attempt to give the Dragons an 18-5 advantage in Game 1 against Medina Valley. Despite winning 25-9, the second game was an uphill battle. The Panthers’ lead reached 11-7 before Southwest could wrest control away. A kill from Sulaica followed by a block from Jessica Morales were backbreakers in a 25-19 win.

“Our defense is doing a good job,” Pesek said. “Once they get their block set, the defensive lineup is picking it up and it’s great.”

Highlands won won a key three-game match 25-21, 16-25, 25-21 over third-place Southside (7-8).

“They are coming together, but there are a lot of kinks to work out,” first-year Owls coach Desiree Lara said. “They’re adjusting to me and I’m adjusting to them, but they have really good attitudes.”

Holy Cross’ key match was expected to be against McAllen. The Knights won the first game 25-23, then cruised to a 25-13 decision in Game 2. Strong serving from Alyssa Estrada and Daisy Flores staked Holy Cross to leads of 15-5 and 17-5 over Schertz John Paul II in its final match,

“We lost to (McAllen) last year, so we knew we’d need to play well coming in,” Knights coach Ruben Calderon said. “The girls really executed the game plan and the front line did an amazing job.”

South San was the only team to win a game against Holy Cross after achieving its goal of qualifying for the gold pool. The Knights prevailed 25-19, 23-25, 25-15 in a morning match Aug. 22.

“My girls played very well (Aug. 21),” first-year South San coach Evelyn Pineda said. “They were competitive throughout, playing point to point.

“The chemistry is really strong. I like that they communicate very well with each other.”

Brackenridge (5-10) and Jefferson (3-7) each split four games in the bronze pool.

VOLLEYBALL: Area rankings (thru Aug. 23)

Through August 23

TOP 15:

Rank-Team-Last Year

1. Holy Cross – 1

2. Southwest – 3

3. McCollum – 4

4. East Central – 2

5. South San – 11

6. Harlandale – 10

7. Highlands – 6

8. Southside – 5

9. Providence – 8

10. Brackenridge – 9

11. Lanier – 13

12. Edison – 14

13. Jefferson – 7

14. Sam Houston – 12

15. Young Women’s Leadership Academy – NR

 

NR = not ranked

Last year = 2014 final rankings

FOOTBALL: Preseason area rankings

Through August 23

TOP 15:

 

Rank-Team-Last year

1. East Central – 4

2. Sam Houston – 2

3. Holy Cross – 1

4. Southside – 3

5. Southwest – 5

6. Brackenridge – 6

7. Harlandale – 8

8. Central Catholic – 7

9. Edison – 9

10. Burbank – 10

11. South San – 11

12. Jefferson – 12

13. Kennedy – 15

14. Lanier – 14

15. McCollum – 13

 

NR = not ranked

Last year = 2014 final rankings

 

VOLLEYBALL: This week’s results (thru Aug. 29)

NOTE: teams we cover are in boldface

Matches of Aug. 23-29

Monday’s matches

No matches scheduled

Tuesday’s matches

District 27-5A

Alamo Heights (12-8, 1-0) 3, Kerrville Tivy (5-9, 0-1) 0 (25-14, 25-18, 25-18)

San Marcos (12-6, 1-0) 3, Lockhart (8-11, 0-1) 1 (18-25, 25-18, 25-20, 28-26)

Memorial (2-3 ???, 1-0) 3, Kennedy (0-4 ???, 0-1) 0 (25-16, 25-15, 25-17)

Boerne Champion (8-8, 1-0) 3, Seguin (10-9, 0-1) 1 (25-20, 17-25, 26-24, 25-23)

District 28-5A

Edison (4-8 ???, 1-0) 3, Brackenridge (5-11, 0-1) 0 (25-19, 25-12, 25-10)

Harlandale (11-6, 1-0) 3, Jefferson (3-8 ???, 0-1) 0 (25-9, 25-16, 25-23)

Sam Houston (3-9, 1-0) 3, Burbank (3-7 ???, 0-1) 1 (25-20, 25-23, 21-25, 25-14)

McCollum (6-4, 1-0) 3, Lanier (7-7 ???, 0-1) 0 (25-11, 25-17, 25-23)

TAPPS 4-4A

Victoria St. Joseph (7-5, 1-0) 3, San Antonio Christian (4-7, 0-2) 1 (26-24, 23-25, 25-20, 25-19)

TMI (4-8, 1-0) 3, Laredo St. Augustine (5-9, 0-1) 1 (25-20, 17-25, 25-9, 25-22)

Holy Cross (14-1, 2-0) 3, Cornerstone Christian (2-2???, 0-1) 0 (25-11, 25-10, 25-14)

Corpus Christi Incarnate Word (5-3, 1-0) 3, Corpus Christi John Paul II (5-4, 0-1) 0 (25-15, 25-19, 25-5)

Non-district

Southwest (10-7) 3, Southside (7-9) 1 (28-26, 16-25, 25-21, 25-12)

St. Anthony (12-4) 3, Providence (8-8) 0 (25-17, 25-17, 25-14)

Madison (12-7) 3, South San (7-8) 0 (25-18, 25-17, 25-14)

Young Women’s Leadership Academy (3-3 ???) at Athlos Academy (0-5 ???) (scores unavailable)

Highlands (10-6) 3, Fox Tech (1-6 ???) 0 (25-3, 25-9, 25-7)

Wednesday’s matches

No matches scheduled

Thursday’s matches

TAPPS 4-4A

Corpus Christi Incarnate Word (5-4, 2-0) 3, Laredo St. Augustine (5-10, 0-2) 0 (25-10, 25-21, 25-18)

Victoria St. Joseph (8-5, 2-0) 3,  TMI (4-9, 1-1) 0 (25-18, 25-18, 25-10)

Non-district

Longhorn Tournament

At Laredo United

AREA TEAMS – Highlands (10-6). Finals – Saturday. (scores unavailable)

Mizuno Texas Showdown

At Smithson Valley

Johnson 2, Holy Cross (14-4) 0 (25-18, 26-24)
Columbus 2, Brackenridge (5-14) 0 (25-9, 26-10)
Dripping Springs 2, Brackenridge (5-14) 0 (25-10, 26-11)
Antonian 2, Holy Cross (14-4) 0 (25-13, 25-16)
Fredericksburg 2, Holy Cross (14-4) 1 (25-23, 17-25, 25-17)
Warren 2, Brackenridge (5-14) 0 (25-7, 25-12)

Ragin’ Rattler Tournament

At San Marcos

OTHER AREA TEAMS – East Central (6-11), Edison (4-8 ???), South San (7-8). Finals – Saturday.

San Marcos 2, Southwest (10-8) 1 (15-25, 25-23, 25-24)

Seguin Tournament

AREA TEAMS – Fox Tech (1-5 ???), Kennedy (0-4 ???), McCollum (6-4), Memorial (2-3 ???). Finals – Saturday.

Seguin 2, Fox Tech (1-9 ???) 0 (25-10, 25-5)
McCollum (8-5) 2, Kennedy (0-7 ???) 0 (25-9, 25-7)
Taft 2, McCollum (8-5) 0 (25-20, 25-15)
McCollum (8-5) 2, Boerne 1 (25-21, 15-25, 29-27)
Boerne 2, Kennedy (0-7 ???) 0 (25-15, 25-8)
Taft 2, Kennedy (0-7 ???) 0 (25-9, 25-5)
Brandeis 2, Fox Tech (1-9 ???) 0 (25-8, 25-11)
Victoria East 2, Fox Tech (1-9 ???) 0 (25-13, 25-13)
Corpus Christi Flour Bluff 2, Memorial (2-6 ???) 0 (25-10, 25-14)
Marshall 2, Memorial (2-6 ???) 0 (25-9, 25-12)
Navarro 2, Memorial (2-6 ???) 0 (25-7, 25-7)

Friday’s matches

Non-district

Lee (7-11) 3, Providence (8-9) 1 (19-25, 25-15, 25-10, 25-21)

Lanier (8-7 ???) 3, Brooks Academy (0-2 ???) 0 (25-7, 25-7, 25-18)

Harlandale (12-6) 3, Southside (7-10) 2 (25-23, 21-25, 25-22, 18-25, 15-13)

Wagner (1-13) at Jefferson (3-8 ???) (scores unavailable)

St. Anthony (13-4) 3, Burbank (3-8 ???) 0 (25-12, 25-11, 25-19)

Sam Houston (4-9) 3, Young Women’s Leadership Academy (3-3 ???) 0 (25-18, 25-17, 25-16)

Longhorn Tournament

At Laredo United

AREA TEAMS – Highlands (10-6 ???). Finals – Saturday.  (scores unavailable)

Mizuno Texas Showdown

At Smithson Valley

AREA TEAMS – Brackenridge (5-14), Holy Cross (14-4). Finals – Saturday.

Mansfield Lake Ridge 2, Brackenridge (5-17) 0 (25-10, 25-14)
Kerrville Tivy 2, Holy Cross (15-6) 0 (26-24, 25-23)
Alamo Heights 2, Brackenridge (5-17) 0 (25-9, 25-17)
Madison 2, Brackenridge (5-17) 0 (25-11, 25-8)
Steele 2, Holy Cross (15-6) 0 (25-22, 25-19)
Holy Cross (15-6) 2, Judson 1 (25-11, 18-25, 25-13)

Ragin’ Rattler Tournament

At San Marcos

OTHER AREA TEAMS – Edison (4-8 ???), South San (7-8 ???), Southwest (10-8 ???). Finals – Saturday.

East Central (8-11 ???) 2 Birdville 0 (25-9, 25-22)
East Central (8-11 ???) 2, Cuero 0 (scores unavailable)

Seguin Tournament

AREA TEAMS – Fox Tech (1-9 ???), Kennedy (0-7 ???), McCollum (8-5), Memorial (2-6 ???). Finals – Saturday.

Marshall 2, Fox Tech (1-12 ???) 0 (25-5, 25-6)
McCollum (9-7) 2, Stevens 0 (28-26, 25-19)
Seguin 2, Kennedy (0-10 ???) 0 (25-5, 25-14)
Victoria East 2, McCollum (9-7) 0 (25-20, 25-23)
Navarro 2, McCollum (9-7) 0 (25-15, 25-12)
Corpus Christi Tuloso-Midway 2, Memorial (2-9 ???) 0 (25-7, 25-10)
Taft 2, Fox Tech (1-12 ???) 0 (25-7, 25-6)
Stockdale 2, Fox Tech (1-12 ???) 0 (25-7, 25-4)
Clemens 2, Kennedy (0-10 ???) 0 (25-10, 25-10)
Corpus Christi Flour Bluff 2, Kennedy (0-10 ???) 0 (25-11, 25-7)
Brandeis 2, Memorial (2-9 ???) 0 (25-9, 25-7)
Boerne 2, Memorial (2-9 ???) 0 (25-10, 25-13)

Saturday’s matches

TAPPS 4-4A

Providence (9-9, 1-0) 3, Corpus Christi John Paul II (5-5, 0-2) 0 (28-26, 25-12, 25-15)

Non-district

Longhorn Tournament

At Laredo United

AREA TEAMS – Highlands (10-6 ???). Finals – Saturday. (scores unavailable)

Mizuno Texas Showdown

At Smithson Valley

Holy Cross (18-6) 2, Roosevelt 0 (25-12, 25-15)
Bastrop Cedar Creek 2, Brackenridge (5-18) 0 (25-11, 25-11)
Holy Cross (18-6) 2, Bastrop Cedar Creek 0 (25-11, 25-11)
Holy Cross (18-6) 2, Madison 0 (26-24, 25-20)

Ragin’ Rattler Tournament

At San Marcos

OTHER AREA TEAMS – Edison (4-8 ???).

Fort Worth Boswell 2, East Central (8-12 ???) 0 (25-17, 25-21)
Canyon Lake 2, Southwest (10-9 ???) 1 (22-25, 25-11, 25-13)
Birdville 2, South San (7-9 ???) 0 (27-25, 25-20)

Seguin Tournament

Corpus Christi Tuloso-Midway 2, Fox Tech (1-14 ???) 0 (25-0, 25-5)
Stockdale 2, Memorial (3-11 ???) 0 (25-9, 25-13)
Memorial (3-11 ???) 2, Kennedy (0-12 ???) 0 (25-13, 25-7)
McCollum (11-8) 2, Stockdale 1 (20-25, 25-14, 25-20)
McCollum (11-8) 2, Kennedy (0-12 ???) 0 (25-9, 25-6)
Corpus Christi Tuloso-Midway 2, McCollum (11-8) 0 (25-23, 25-12)
Corpus Christi Flour Bluff 2, Fox Tech (1-14 ???) 0 (25-7, 25-11)
Corpus Christi Flour Bluff 2, Memorial (3-11 ???) 1 (25-12, 20-25, 25-16)

FOOTBALL: This week’s results (thru Aug. 29)

NOTE: teams we cover are in boldface

WEEK 1 SCHEDULE

(Aug. 27-29)

Thursday’s games

Non-district

Jay (1-0) 54, Brackenridge (0-1) 13 

Victoria East (1-0) 55, Kennedy (0-1) 7

Friday’s games

Non-district

Antonian (1-0) 36, Jefferson (0-1) 7

San Marcos (1-0) 45, East Central (0-1) 44

Pleasanton (1-0) 28, Edison (0-1) 10

Devine (1-0) 42, Harlandale (0-1) 6

Highlands (1-0) 32, Floresville (0-1) 23

Holy Cross (1-0) 43, San Antonio Christian (0-1) 14

Central Catholic (1-0) 14, Lanier (0-1) 7

Uvalde (1-0) 48, McCollum (0-1) 6

Memorial (1-0) 14, Carrizo Springs (0-1) 7

Southside (1-0) 49, Burbank (0-1) 14

Victoria West (1-0) 56, Southwest (0-1) 39

Saturday’s games

Non-district

Sam Houston (1-0) 34, Bandera (0-1) 14

Leakey (1-0) 52, Brooks Academy (0-1) 12

Holmes (1-0) 56, South San (0-1) 41