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Freshman Tigers earn another win




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The Floresville freshman Tiger football team continued its winning ways with a hard-fought 13-8 victory over Brackenridge last week.

The Tiger offense got things rolling as Austin Aikens scored two touchdowns in the first half on runs of 52 and 30 yards. Joshua Jeffreys added the extra points. Although the offense did not score in the second half, they moved the ball up and down the field behind the blocking of Corey Opiela, Joshua Ramirez, Diego Perez, Tyler Sanchez, and Jody Trevino.

The Tiger defense turned in another great effort to contain a good offensive unit. Leading the way were Aikens, Lorenzo Neaves, Jacob Sendejo, Macias, Jeffreys, C.J. Felux, Dillon Gaither, Dadrian Contreras, and Tony Grimaldo, who recovered a fumble. In the fourth quarter, the defense surrendered its first touchdown in three games.

The freshman Tigers will play at South San Thursday, Sept. 15, beginning at 5 p.m.
 

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