Wildcats hang on to beat Lions in thrilling non-district bout

September 9, 2018

Cy WoodsCarson Danner’s 18-yard and 4-yard TD rushes in the fourth quarter were enough to give the Wildcats a 49-41 win over Spring, Sept. 7, at Leonard George Stadium.Cy Woods (1-1) rushed the ball for 402 yards to Spring’s 202. The Wildcats finished with 469 yards of total offense to Spring’s 442.Danner, Christian Scott and Darion Morgan each rushed for 100 yards. Danner also scored 5 times, 4 on rushes, and Morgan once.Morgan scored on a 22-yard rush to tie it at 7. The Wildcats scored on a rush from Trayse Holmes to go up 14-7.Danner punched it in from 1-yard out to make it 21-7.Jake Tesch scored on a 31-yard pass from Danner to tie it at 28. Then Danner’s 6-yard run made it 34-28.Danner’s two rush scores made it 49-34 with 5:11 left in the game.In volleyball, the Wildcats beat Cy Lakes in district play, Sept. 4, and also beat Cy Park the following Friday.Cy RanchThe Mustangs stormed back to beat Austin Westlake 25-21, Sept. 6, after scoring 22 unanswered points in the fourth quarter at Chaparral Stadium.Cy Ranch (2-0) got on the board with a 36-yard field goal to make it 14-3 at halftime.A snap by Westlake that went out of the end zone for a safety made it 21-5. Logan McDougald’s 19-yard pass to Dabney Drake made it 21-11 after a failed 2-point try.Elias Pino scored his first TD on a 23-yard rush to make it 21-18. Then his second score, a 23-yard rush, made it 25-21 less than a minute left.In volleyball, the Mustangs beat Cy Park in district play, Sept. 4, and beat Cy Springs the following Friday.Jersey VillageJersey Village (1-1) beat Cinco Ranch 50-48, Sept. 7, at Pridgeon Stadium.The Falcons finished with 520 total yards to Cinco Ranch’s 599.Raymond Richardson finished with five total TDs, three rushing, 248 passing yards and 123 rushing yards.Christian Peguero scored twice to start the game, 16-yard rush and 11-yard catch. He rushed for 149 yards with 3 total TDs.Richardson scored the next three for Jersey Village. He had TD rushes of 3, 10 and 60 yards.In volleyball, the Falcons lost to Memorial in district play, Sept. 4, and lost to Cy-Fair the following Friday.Cy RidgeCy Ridge (2-0) beat Morton Ranch 36-33, Sept. 7, at KISD Stadium.Cy Ridge took an 8-7 lead on a 5-yard TD run and two-point conversion by Noah Smith. Smith finished with 250 passing yards, 3 passing TDs and a rushing TD.Rodrick Jelks’ end-around for 66 yards and a two-point conversion made it 16-7. The Rams scored on a 59-yard catch by Leslie Wellington from Smith and added another two-point conversion. The lead was 24-10.Cy Ridge opened the second half with a five-play drive that resulted in a 27-yard TD pass from Smith to LeJune Patterson. Smith’s 67-yard pass to Jelks made it 36-10.In volleyball, the Rams swept Spring Woods, Aug. 31, and were swept by Cy Creek the following Friday.Cy-FairCy-Fair (2-0) beat Cy Park (0-2) 47-0, Sept. 8, at Cy-Fair FCU Stadium.The Bobcats scored 19 points in the first quarter and 28 in the second quarter.Cy-Fair finished with 417 total yards, including 314 rushing yards.Christian Richmond, Jalen Woods and L.J. Johnson each scored twice. Ryan Nelub had 103 passing yards and 3 TDs.Richmond scored on a 45-yard and 33-yard pass from Nelub, Woods on a 1-yard and 74-yard run and Johnson on an 86-yard and 1-yard run. Marcus McKinley scored on a 5-yard pass.In volleyball, the Bobcats swept Cy Falls in district play, Sept. 4., and also swept Jersey Village the following Friday.Cy FallsCy Falls (2-0) defeated Alief Hastings 21-7, Sept. 8, at Pridgeon Stadium.Cy Falls got on the board with a 43-yard pass from TJ Goodwin to Jyrese Hanchett.A 21-yard fumble return by Devon Hayward made it 14-7. Ricky Johnson’s 34-yard interception return put Cy Falls up by two scores.Cy Falls had 109 total yards to Hastings’ 204. Goodwin had 76 passing yards, 1 TD and a pick. Koby Leavatts rushed for 46 yards on 18 carries.In volleyball, the Eagles lost to Cy-Fair in district play, Sept. 4., and lost to Langham Creek the following Friday.Cy LakesCy Lakes (1-1) beat Klein Forest 31-6, Sept. 7, at Cy-Fair FCU Stadium.Klein Forest finished with 9 fumbles, four lost, and one inception.Sean Hunter punched it in from the 2-yard line after a fumble recovery. Khalid Abdul-Mateen’s 47-yard QB run made it 14-0.After a 21-yard field goal made it 17-0 at halftime, Malik Green scored on a 95-yard fumble return. Jarel Lewis scored on a 78-yard run to make it 31-0.In volleyball, Cy Lakes lost to Cy Woods in district play, Sept. 4, and lost to Bryan the following Friday.Cy CreekMontrell Bolton passed for 82 yards with two TDs and ran for 64 yards and two more scores, and the defense was able to contain Cougar QB Julian Brown, as the Panthers won 42-10, Sept. 6, at Pridgeon Stadium.Cy Creek (0-2) made it 7-3 with a 20-yard field goal by Carson Unruh. That’s the last time they would until the last quarter. Brown was 10 for 24 with 45 yards.Klein finished with 399 total yards to Cy Creek’s 132. The Bearkats rushed for 276 yards. Tyler Hudson caught two TD passes and Drew Lewis scored on a 40-yard run.The Cougars scored their lone TD on Julian Uwadia’s 13-yard pass to Xavier Walker.In volleyball, Cy Creek beat to Spring Woods in district play, Sept. 4, and beat Cy Ridge the following Friday.BridgelandBridgeland (1-1) lost to Stratford 41-28, Sept. 6, at Tully Stadium.QB Finn Nicholson led the Bridgeland offense with 381 passing yards and three TDs. The Bears had 430 total yards to Stratford’s 380.Nicholson scored on a 44-yard pass to Dylan Goffney and on a 73-yard pass to Gaven Kaspar. Bridgeland was down 31-14 at halftime.Stratford took a 38-14 lead with Dmarquez Henry’s third TD, a 20-yard run.Bridgeland outscored Statford 14-3 in the fourth with Goffney’s 13-yard pass from Nicholson and Kamren Amao’s 28-yard interception return. Statford scored on 42-yard field goal.Goffney had 177 receiving yards on 9 catches with 3 TDs and Kaspar had 115 receiving yards on 4 catches and a score. Kaspar also rushed for 43 yards.In volleyball, Bridgeland lost to Bryan in district play, Sept. 4, and lost to Tomball Memorial the following Friday.Cy SpringsCy Springs (0-2) lost to Katy Taylor 35-14, Sept. 8, at Rhodes Stadium.Roman Anderson’s 1-yard run tied the game at 7. That would be the only score for Cy Springs until the fourth quarter when Kevonne Hyde scored on a 6-yard run.Taylor scored 7 points in the first quarter, 14 in the second and third. Austin Smith scored three times for Taylor. Taylor had 342 total yards to Cy Springs’ 220.In volleyball, Cy Springs beat Spring in a non-district game, Sept. 4, and lost to Cy Ranch the following Friday.Cy ChristianCy Christian (1-1) beat Houston Christian (0-2) 49-32, Sept. 7, at home.The Warriors outscored the Mustangs 21-0 in the final quarter. Houston Christian failed to score in the second half after putting up 32 points in the first half.Cy Christian scored 7 points in the first quarter, 14 in the second and 7 in the third to cut the lead to three.Drue Hirth passed for 218 yards, 2 TDs and 3 picks for the Warriors. Joseph Carbone had 5 catches for 175 yards and 2 TDs. Jackson Landrum and Christian Andrus both rushed for 50 yards and added TD scores.alvaro.montano@chron.com

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