E-T Staff Report
7th Jackets 20, Weatherford Hall 12
Jarrett Stidham ran for one touchdown, passed for another and returned an interception for a third to lift the 7th Jackets past Weatherford Hall 20-12.
Stidham’s first score came on a 46-yard run and was followed by a two-point conversion run. The quarterback/defensive back then struck again with a 70-yard interception return to make it 14-6 in the second.
Hall scored in the third to keep it close, but Stidham put it away with a 21-yard aerial TD to Felipe Espinoza.
Weatherford Hall 14, 7th Blue 0
The Jackets were shut out but coaches did cite several players for their contributions including offensive standouts Dylan Howle, Noah Perez and Josh Olivan and defensive standouts Domanick Ward, Maddox Conger, Edgar Tobias and Justin Larrimore. Ward had a fumble recovery for HJH.
Weatherford Hall 6, 7th Gold 0
Hall scored the only touchdown in the second quarter and kept the Henderson offense out of the end zone to preserve a 6-0 win.
8th Jackets 0, Weatherford Hall 0
The Jackets and Weatherford Hall fought to a 0-0 tie recently.
Rusty Ford and BJ Walker both had fumble recoveries to help maintain the shout out on Stephenville’s side.
Ford was cited by coaches as an offensive standout as long as Ryan Baugh, Raul Rocha and BJ Walker, while defensive standouts were Malik Taylor, Brandon Stevens, Garrett Phillips and Jordan Kilcrease, who caused a fumble.
8th Blue 12, Weatherfored Hall 0
Luis Garcia scored on runs of 17 and seven yards and the Jacket defense was stingy in a 12-0 win against Hall.
Jacob Lewis recovered a fumble for the Jackets and Will Brock, John Frame and Max Jones were cited as defensive standouts. Offensive standouts were Grayson Sweet and Colby Brandon.
8th Gold 40, Weatherford Hall 0
Emmanuel Olvera found the end zone four times in Henderson’s 40-0 rout of Weatherford Hall.
Olvera scored on a 34-yard run, a seven-yard pass from keshawn Brown, a punt return and a 10-yard fumble return.
Other scorers for the Jackets were Cade Schmutz on a 10-yard run and Connor Huckabee on a 22-yard sprint.
Brown, Alex Landa, Jayro Alamilla and Olvera combined to make HJH 5-5 on two-point conversions in the blowout.