Friday, September 02, 2005

ATH: It's Score Time!

Highland Park 35 -- Rockwall 16

ROCKWALL – Highland Park improved to 2-0 as quarterbacks William Webb and John Ellerman combined for 265 yards passing and four touchdowns at Wilkerson Sanders Stadium. Webb was 10-of-14 for 176 yard in his second start in relief of regular starter Matthew Stafford. Webb left in the third quarter with ankle injuries and was replaced by Ellerman. The junior completed six of seven passes for 89 yards and two touchdowns to Morgan Hudnall, whose three receptions each went for scores. Quarterback Zack Eskridge rushed for 75 yards and two touchdowns and had 64 yards passing for Rockwall (0-2). Andy Tanner and Michael Daniels had three receptions each.

Smithson Valley 28 -- Pflugerville 21
Kerrville Tivy -- San Antonio Jay

Quick ending: Jay's game at Kerrville Tivy was called before halftime because of
rain and lightning. It was the first time in Tivy history that a game had been canceled.

One of the most memorable nights in the history of Tivy Antlers football came to an abrupt and wet end, as a thunderstorm wiped out Friday’s game with the San Antonio Jay Mustangs and the debut of Jordan Vick, Tivy’s first female player. Vick, a member of the Lady Antlers’ soccer and track teams, kicked two extra points in a game Tivy led 14-6 before lightning halted play with 1:15 left in the first half.

Ingram Tom Moore 58 -- San Antonio Randolph 48!

J.T. Aspra had 20 carries for 251 yards and 4 touchdowns, and was 10 of 19 passing for 209 yards and 3 touchdowns -- 460 yards of total offense and 7 tds!! Our buddy Kris Hicks was 5 catches for 74 yards also. Wish i'd been at that game . . .

UNIVERSAL CITY — Senior quarterback J.T. Aspra compiled 471 yards in total offense in a monster performance, propelling the Ingram Warriors to a wild 58-48 victory over the Universal City Randolph Ro-Hawks Friday night.Aspra rushed 21 times for 257 yards, scoring on touchdown runs of 65, 16, 26 and 3 yards, then pilfered the Ro-Hawk defense for 214 yards through the air on 11 of 21 passing, throwing TD passes of 13, 38, 41 yards, all to senior scatback Sean Hennigar.

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