Cougars take care of business against Wildkats heading into postseason
Tomball (6-4, 4-3) beat Willis 42-14, last Friday, at Tomball ISD Stadium to finish the regular season as the fourth seed in District 8-5A.
Quarterback Hunter Dunn and wide receiver Konnor Cooper led the Cougars connecting for three touchdowns in the first half.
Dunn’s pass to Cooper in the first quarter gave the Cougars a 14-0 lead.
Cooper’s second catch from Dunn put Tomball up 21-7.
Dunn’s third touchdown pass to Cooper put the Cougars up 28-7 with three minutes to play in the first half.
Jermaine Mayes’ touchdown run made it 35-7.
The Cougars will face John Tyler for the first time next Friday, 7 p.m., at Rose Stadium in the Division I Bi-District round.
Tomball Memorial (8-2, 6-2) lost to Cy Ranch 35-14, last Thursday, at Cy-Fair FCU Stadium.
The Wildcats secured the second spot in District 14-6A and will compete in the Class 6A Division II bracket.
The Mustangs won the 14-6A title, third district championship in program history and third in five years.
Jordan Gidrey’s 1-yard run in the second quarter tied the game at 7.
The Mustangs then scored 28 straight points to secure the victory.
Gidrey scored his second touchdown on a 12-yard run.
Christian Lovick finished with 81 rushing yards, Gidrey had 71 rush yards and Colbie Habermacher added 66 rush yards. Chandler Galban had 80 total yards and Logan Kyle had 61 receiving yards.
Tomball Memorial will take on Vandegrift next Friday, 7 p.m., at Monroe Memorial Stadium in the Division II Bi-District round.
Rosehill Christian (8-1, 3-1) lost to Legacy Christian Academy 6-0, last Friday, at Legacy Christian.
Legacy Christian claimed the TAPPS Division IV District 4 title.
Rosehill Christian takes on Central Texas Christian next Friday, 7 p.m., at Rosehill Christian in the first round of the playoffs.