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JV Tigers top South San Bobcats




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The Floresville High School junior varsity Tiger football team extended its winning streak to three games with a dominating performance against the South San Bobcats Sept. 15.

After being down 7-0 early, the Tiger offense took the ball on the first possession and easily drove down for the score behind great blocking from Blake Popham, Sam Handowski, Larry Guerrero, Josh Vasquez, Luke Clements, and Zack Frantz. On fourth-and-goal, the Tigers scored on a nice pass from Gilbert Ortiz to Aaron “One TD is enough for me” Laskowski to tie the game up.

The Bobcats scored again, and the Tigers responded right back after a nice run from Hernandez. The halftime score was 14-14.

The second half started with a nice drive that was capped off by another touchdown run from Hernandez, making the score 20-14. From there, the defense shut down the Bobcat offense, led by Nick Gomez, Cruz De Hoyos, Robert Hammon, Dustin McDonald, Daniel Ramirez, and Anthony Gonzales.

The Tiger offense scored again on a 3-yard run from Ortiz, after some nice runs by Travis Morales got them down the field. Nick Trevino ran in the 2-point conversion on the fake. The final score was punched in by Mark Livesay after an interception and nice return by Vernon Marsh. The Tigers won the game 35-14.
 

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