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Freshman Tigers lose first game

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The Floresville Tiger freshman football team lost its first game of the year to Victoria East last week by the score of 22-6.

The Tigers battled to a 0-0 tie after the first half. Down 14-0, the Tigers battled back with a score from Austin Aikens on a 2-yard run. The offense continued to chip away throughout the second half, but could not get into the end zone.

Defensively, Dadrian Contreras recovered a fumble and Aikens recovered another fumble after C.J. Felux stripped the ball from the running back. Joey Martinez also recovered a fumble on an onside kick. Other standouts included Matthew Pollok, Jared Morin, Luke Smith, Jody Trevino, Lorenzo Neaves, and Tony Grimaldo.

The Tigers are now 8-1 on the year and 3-1 in district. They will travel to Port Lavaca this Thursday, Nov. 3, for their final game of the season.

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