Mustangs claim 14-6A title with win over Wildcats
Cy Ranch (10-0, 8-0) beat Tomball Memorial 35-14, last Thursday, at Cy-Fair FCU Stadium to secure the District 14-6A title and remain perfect for the second time in program history.
The Mustangs won their third district championship in program history, third in five years, and will be the number one seed in the Division II bracket.
Elias Pino’s 8-yard run gave Cy Ranch an early 7-0 lead.
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.
CJ Hardy scored on a 20-yard pass from Logan McDougald, Willie Eldridge on a 34-yard run, Kobe Banks on a 74-yard pass from McDougald and Donovan Johnson on a 69-yard interception return.
McDougald finished with 199 passing yards and two touchdowns, Eldridge had 75 rushing yards, CJ Hardy had 86 receiving yards and Banks added 74 receiving yards. Defensive back Donovan Johnson had two picks.
Cy Ranch will take on Pflugerville Hendrickson next Friday, 7 p.m., at Cy-Fair FCU Stadium in the Bi-District round.
Jersey Village (9-1, 8-0) beat Spring Woods 62-7, last Thursday, at Tully Stadium.
The Falcons remain perfect in District 17-6A heading into the postseason and will play in the Division I bracket.
Christian Peguero got the scoring started with a 62-yard run in the first quarter and Alec Dalencour scored on a fumble recovery to make it 14-0.
In the second quarter, Michael Evans’ 20-yard catch from Raymond Richardson, Jordan Jones’ 35-yard catch from Richardson, Richardson’s 17-yard run and Jones’ 39-yard catch from Richardson made it 41-7 at halftime.
Pablo Cuadra Guillen scored on a 2-yard run in the third quarter.
In the fourth quarter, Trea’Veon Deberry scored on a 3-yard run and Miguel Alvarez scored on a blocked punt return.
Richardson finished with 224 passing yards, Jones had 129 receiving yards and Peguero had 71 rushing yards.
The Falcons will face Chavez next Friday, 7 p.m., at Pridgeon Stadium in the Bi-District round.
Cy Woods (7-3, 6-2) beat Bryan 20-19, last Thursday, at Pridgeon Stadium to secure the number three seed in District 14-6A and will be in the Division I bracket in the playoffs.
The Wildcats led 13-0 at halftime after Jacob Tesch’s 39-yard catch from Carson Danner and Gustavo Olmedo’s 38-yard and 37-yard field goals.
After Bryan scored 13 points to tie the game, Danner’s 9-yard run gave Cy Woods a 20-13 lead.
Bryan scored with 5:32 left to make it 20-19 but they lost the game on a two-point failed pass attempt.
The Wildcats take on Round Rock next Saturday, 3 p.m., at Cy-Fair FCU Stadium in the Bi-District round.
Cy-Fair | Cy Creek
Cy-Fair (8-2, 6-2) beat Cy Creek (5-5, 5-3) 28-14, last Friday, at Pridgeon Stadium to cap both teams’ regular season in District 17-6A.
Christian Richmond’s 27-yard catch from Ryan Nelub and Nelub’s 1-yard run gave the Bobcats a 14-0 halftime lead.
The Cougars tied it in the third quarter on Cohan Derdusselle’s 40-yard catch from Julian Brown and on Dawson Unruh’s 21-yard catch from Brown.
LJ Johnson’s pair of 9-yard and 8-yard touchdown runs secured the win for Cy-Fair.
Nelub finished with 130 passing yards, Johnson had 103 rushing yards, Jalen Woods had 57 rushing yards and Chase Davidson had 69 rushing yards and 45 receiving yards.
Brown finished with 249 passing yards, Derdusselle had 91 receiving yards, Geonardo Sutton had 77 receiving yards and Unruh added 71 recieving yards.
The Bobcats take on Lamar next Friday, 7 p.m., at Delmar Stadium in the Division I Bi-District round.
The Cougars will face Heights next Saturday, 1 p.m., at Delmar Stadium in the Division II Bi-District round.
Langham Creek | Cy Springs
Langham Creek (6-4, 6-2) beat Cy Springs (1-9, 1-7) 28-7, last Saturday, at Cy-Fair FCU Stadium to finish the season at 6-2 in District 14-6A.
Miguel Romero’s 3-yard run gave Cy Springs an early 7-0 lead in the first quarter.
The Lobos outscored the Panthers 28-0 the rest of the way.
Brendan Valentine scored on a 17-yard and 37-yard pass from Chris Herron in the first quarter to make it 14-7.
Cash McCray’s 44-yard run in the second quarter made it 21-7.
Herron scored on a 2-yard run in the final quarter.
Herron finished with 176 passing yards, McCray had 113 rushing yards, Valentine had 69 receiving yards and Ronald Rowan added 53 receiving yards.
Caleb Palmer had 37 rushing yards for Cy Springs and Terrance Sneed added 24 rush yards.
The Lobos take on Cedar Ridge next Friday, 7 p.m., at Kelly Reeves in the Division I Bi-District round.
The Panthers finish the the regular season with a 1-7 record in 14-6A.
Cy Ridge | Cy Falls
Cy Ridge (7-3, 5-3) beat Cy Falls (8-2, 6-2) 33-15, last Saturday, at Pridgeon Stadium.
Noah Smith’s 22-yard run gave Cy Ridge a 6-0 lead in the first quarter.
Cy Falls got on the board on Mekhi Davis’ 54-yard fumble return in the second quarter.
Chris Argueta’s 23-yard field goal gave the Rams at 9-7 halftime lead.
Argueta’s 20-yard field goal, the only score in the third quarter, made it 12-7.
Koby Leavatts’ 54-yard run in the fourth quarter made it 15-12 for Cy Falls.
Cy Ridge then score three touchdowns to secure the win.
Leslie Wellington scored on a 70-yard run and Smith on rushes of 34 and 9 yards.
Smith finished with 142 passing yards and 178 rushing yards, Wellington had 153 rushing yards and LeJune Patterson had 53 receiving yards.
Leavatts finished with 87 rushing yards, Brandon Collins had 69 rushing yards and John Morris had 35 receiving yards.
The Golden Eagles take on Westside next Saturday, 1 p.m., at Pridgeon Stadium in the Division II Bi-District round.
The Rams end the regular season with a 5-3 District 17-6A record.
Bridgeland | Cy Park
Bridgeland (3-7, 2-6) beat Cy Park (0-10, 0-8) 49-9, last Friday, at Cy-Fair FCU Stadium.
Gaven Kaspar got the scoring started for the Bears with a 3-yard run in the first quarter and Dylan Goffney scored on a 26-yard pass from Finn Nicholson.
Cy Park got on the board on Kyran Christian’s 1-yard run.
Goffney’s 10-yard and 8-yard catches from Nicholson made it 28-7 at halftime.
In the second half, Nicholson scored on a 2-yard run, Marshall Barstow on a 14-yard run and Nicholson scored his fifth touchdown on a 30-yard run.
Nicholson finished with 317 passing yards and five touchdowns, Mason Coulton had 68 rushing yards, Aatrevion Hunter had 124 receiving yards and Goffney added 97.
Blasco Tipps had 106 rushing yards for Cy Park, Sergio Small had 54 rush yards and James LeBlanc added 45.
Both the Bears and Tigers close their first varsity football seasons in District 14-6A.
Cy Lakes (5-5, 4-4) was coming off a bye-week and won its last game against Bridgeland 35-23, Nov. 3.
The Spartans finished the regular season with a 4-4 record in District 14-6A.
Cy Christian (7-3, 3-2) beat St. Joseph 21-17, last Friday, at St. Joseph to finish the regular season at 3-2 in TAPPS Division II District 5.
Cy Christian takes on Hyde Park next Friday, 7 p.m., at Hyde Park in the first round of the playoffs.