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Bears get first varsity win ever over Rams

September 3, 2018

BridgelandBridgeland defeated Waltrip 48-19, Aug. 30, at Pridgeon Stadium for its first varsity winTyler Stott scored on a 10-yard pass from Finn Nicholson in the first quarter.Nicholson had 240 passing yards, three TDs and two picks.The Bears led 34-13 at halftime.Gavan Kaspar had 214 rushing yards on 26 carries with four TDs.Kaspar scored on a 32-yard run in the first, 7-yard and 8-yard runs in the second and 49-yard run in the fourth.Dylan Goffney scored on a 61-yard pass from Nicholson in the second and 13-yard pass in the fourth.Goffney had 160 receiving yards on eight catches with three TDs.Bridgeland finished with 519 total yards to Waltrip’s 222.Cypress RanchLogan McDougald had 152 passing yards with one TD and Elias Pino had two rushing TDs as Cy Ranch claimed a 32-21 win over Cinco Ranch, Aug. 30, at Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union Stadium.The Mustangs were down 14-3 entering the third quarter.Willie Eldridge scored on a 3-yard run in the middle on the third and Edwin Smith scored on a 41-yard pass from McDougald.Pino then scored on a 10-yard run and 30-yard run in the fourth quarter.Cy Ranch had 289 total yards to Cinco Ranch’s 248. The Mustangs rushed for 135 yards.Klein OakKlein Oak beat Langham Creek 35-27, Aug. 31, at Klein Memorial Stadium.The scoring started with a Lobo blocked punt which was returned for 21 yards. The Panthers answered back with Drew Lewis’ 41-yard run to make it 7-7.Andrew Shokunbi’s 8-yard run put Langham Creek up 14-7. Montrell Bolton’s 16-yard pass to Tyler Hudson tied it at 14.Hudson’s 64-yard punt return put Klein Oak up 21-14. The Lobos added two field goals to bring it within one.In the third quarter, Chris Herron’s 3-yard run put Langham Creek up 27-21.Bolton’s 9-yard pass to Hudson put the Panthers up by one, then another Panther rush TD made it 35-27.Cypress RidgeCy Ridge beat Cy Woods 47-21, Sept. 1, at Cy-Fair FCU Stadium.The Rams scored first as Noah Smith’s 15-yard pass to Roderick Jelks made it 7-0 for the only score of the first quarter.Connor Faulk capped off a 97-yard drive with a 1-yard TD run to tie it at seven in the second quarter.Smith scrambled and found a wide open John Moten for a 59-yard TD to take a 13-7 lead then added a 22-yard TD run. He had another 39-yard TD run in the fourth.The defense then picked off Jackson Jones and returned it all the way for a 48-yard TD. Cy Ridge scored three TDs in a 38 second span in final minute of first half.Cy Ridge was up 26-7 at halftime.Smith added a 48-yard TD pass to Tyler Crockle in the third to make it 33-7.Jake Tesch scored on a 6-yard run for Cy Woods to make it 33-14 then Moten scored on a 33-yard pass to put Cy Ridge up 40-14.Cypress FallsCy Falls started the season off right with a 42-20 win over Aldine, Sept. 1, at Thorne Stadium.TJ Goodwin got things going with a 45-yard pass to Caine Guerrero Jr to take a 7-0 lead.Goodwin then connected with Devon Hayward for a 39-yard pass to go up 14-0.Cy Falls had 169 yards of total offense after the first quarter.Koby Leavatts punched it in from 2 yards out to take a 21-0 lead and scored his second touchdown on a 29-yard dash. Cy Falls was up 28-0.Goodwin’s pass to Semaj Trahan gave the Eagles a 35-0 lead. Cy Falls was up 42-0 after three quarters.Cypress SpringsPearland defeated Cy Springs 47-10, Aug. 31, at Cy-Fair FCU Stadium.Pearland’s Linton Kelekolio returned a 56-yard punt for a score in the first quarter to make it 21-0.Jaelin Benefield scored three times, including a 71-yard run to make it 28-3 late in the second.Pearland led 34-3 at halftime.Roman Anderson scored for Cy Springs on a 15-yard run in the fourth.Pearland had 291 total yards to the Panthers’ 84.Cypress ParkKlein Cain beat Cy Park 29-7, Sept. 1, at Klein Memorial Stadium.The Hurricanes had an 8-7 lead after the first quarter.The defense then shutout the Tiger offense in the second quarter and added two scores to take a 22-7 lead at halftime.Cy Park would not score again.Klein Cain added another score in the fourth quarter.Jersey VillageHastings beat Jersey Village 34-18, Sept. 1, at Crump Stadium.The Bears led the Falcons 14-0 after one-and-a-half-hour rain delay.Hastings then scored another TD off an interception to make it 20-0.Jersey Village scored off a Bears miscue but the extra point was no good, 20-6.Another touchdown put them up by 15 in the 4th quarter, 27-12.The Bears scored again with a minute remaining to take a 34-18 lead.Cypress LakesMorton Ranch defeated Cy Lakes 22-20, Sept. 1, at Cy-Fair FCU Stadium.The Mavericks led Cy Lakes 16-7 at halftime after a lighting delay and never looked back.Morton Ranch added two field goals in the second half.Houston ChristianLutheran South beat Houston Christian 16-15, Sept. 1, in overtime at home.The Pioneers led 8-0 after the first quarter.The Mustangs would then score six points in the second quarter and two in the third to tie it at eight.Neither team scored in the fourth.Lutheran South outscored the Mustangs 8-7 in overtime.Cypress ChristianRegents beat Cypress Christian 48-7, Aug. 31, at home.The Knights led 20-0 after the first quarter.By halftime they were up 41-0.The Warriors scored once in the third.To share news and notes for the high school roundup, email alvaro.montano@chron.com

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