Mustangs beat Aldine to wrap up perfect year in 16-6A
Westfield (9-1, 7-0) beat Aldine 46-0, last Friday, at Leonard George Stadium. The Mustangs finish the regular season as District 16-6A champions at 7-0.
Westfield advances to the postseason along with Spring, Eisenhower and Aldine Davis.
The Mustangs scored 27 points in the third quarter to secure the win.
Ra’Quon Washington got the scoring started with a 43-yard run and David Alvarenga scored on a 31-yard field goal in the first quarter.
Alvarenga’s 25-yard field goal made it 12-0 at halftime.
In the third quarter, Malachai Jones scored on a 38-yard pass from Washington, Dexter Johnson on a 11-yard run, Ivory Roberts on a 50-yard run and Rayshawn James on a 4-yard run.
Zachary Harrision scored on a 1-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Washington finished with 160 passing yards and 42 rushing yards, Jones had 79 receiving yards, Roberts had 57 rushing yards and Tardale Williams added 56 rush yards.
The Mustangs take on Klein next Friday, 7 p.m., at Leonard George Stadium in the Bi-District round.
Dekaney had to win by 11 points over Eisenhower in order to get in the playoffs. They won by 10.
Dekaney (5-5, 4-3) beat Eisenhower 24-14, last Thursday, at George Stadium.
The Wildcats missed the playoffs by one point via a five-way tiebreaker. Dekaney, Spring, Eisenhower, Aldine Davis and Nimitz all tied for second place in District 16-6A at 4-3.
Kevon Garcia’s 1-yard run put the Wildcats up 7-0 in the first quarter.
Steven Hercules’ 25-yard field goal, Maxwell Epps’ 4-yard catch from Daelyn Williams and Varkees Gumms’ 29-yard catch from Williams in the second quarter gave Dekaney a 24-7 lead.
The Wildcats were outscored 7-0 in the second half.
Williams finished with 110 passing yards, Terrell Ratcliff had 104 rushing yards and Quante Roberts had 35 receiving yards.
Spring (5-5, 4-3) beat MacArthur 48-13, last Friday, at Leonard George Stadium.
Azavier Roane got the scoring started with a 50-yard fumble return in the first quarter and Eric Wood on 52-yard interception return.
In the second quarter, Terrance Singleton scored on a 3-yard run, Clifton McDowell on a 11-yard run and Singleton on a 2-yard run.
Clyde Lacy scored on a 15-yard run in the third quarter.
Singleton added his third touchdown on a 32-yard run in the fourth quarter.
McDowell finished with 72 passing yards and 76 rushing yards, Singleton had 109 rushing yards and Lacy added 67 rush yards. Kamron Andrus had 30 receiving yards.
The Lions face Klein Oak next Saturday, 1 p.m., at Leonard George Stadium in the Bi-District round.
Northland Christian (4-6, 3-2) lost to The Woodlands Christian Academy 53-20, last Friday, at The Woodlands.
The Cougars face Texas School for the Deaf, next Friday, 7 p.m., at Texas School for the Deaf in the first round of the playoffs.
In volleyball, the Cougars beat The Woodlands Christian Academy in a five-set in the TAPPS 4A state semifinals, Nov. 9, and lost to Arlington Grace Prep 3-0 in the 4A title game the following day.