The Sulphur Springs sub-varsity teams had a tough start to the season losing two of three games played at home and away.
Rockwall-Heath JV 25,
Sulphur Springs 12
Rockwall-Heath 9th A 14,
Sulphur Springs 14
Rockwall-Heath 9th B 22,
Sulphur Springs 14
At home the Wildcat junior varsity fell behind 18-0 and battled back all night.
The home fans at Gerald Prim Stadium did have a few plays to cheer with offense and defense coming up with some exciting action.
Tyrese Peters scored on a 66-yard fly sweep. Peters also caught seven passes for 105 yards. Kinsey Jackson had three catches for 44 yards, including a 16-yard touchdown. Quarterback Easton Silman completed 11-of-20 passes for 149 yards and one score.
Coach Bruce Silman said, “Standouts were D.J. Hall, John Hogan and the offensive line.We played hard for four quarters. I’m very proud of the effort by all players.”
Defensive coach Scott Rozell listed standouts as safeties Peters, Hall and Sean Fryer; linebacker Silman, corner John Hogan; defensive end Sloan McGahee and linebacker Mason Cleveland.
The Wildcats had a rough trip to Rockwall losing one and tying a game in freshmen competition.
The Sulphur Springs offense and defense had some impressive numbers in a tie 14-all.
Quarterback Ryan Humphries had 210 yards in the air, 50 rushing. He had one passing and one rushing touchdown. Simeon Taylor caught four passes for 75 yards and a score. Cason Goodson ran 14 times of 85 ground yards. Dedric Godbolt caught four passes for 50 yards. Jaxon Reneau rushed for 20 yards and a two-point conversion.
Several Wildcats looked great in defensive performances. Tieson Goodson picked off two passes. Reneau and Lawrence Worth had 10 tackles each. Standouts were: Iverson Wade, two tackles for losses, two sacks; Logan Oxford, two tackles for losses, four total tackles; Sebastian Adams, seven tackles, Ramon Hernandez, four tackles while D.J. Abron broke up three passes.
The Sulphur Springs ninth grade B team lost by a 22-14 final. Standouts were: Steven Vickery, Conner Nix, Kyle Alexander, Cortavius Pruitt; Searn Roders, Brandon Diosdado, Ian Blanch, Colten Morrison, Shaden Burton, according to coach Chris Valdovinos.
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