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District 2 Div 1

Postby footballmania » Fri Aug 25, 2017 6:26 am

Abernathy gearing up for the new season.
A few links to articles etc.

http://lonestarvarsity.com/news/37162/a ... sive-play/

A link to interview with coach Darrel Daily and quarterback (coach´s son) Bryson Daily now a sophomore.
http://lonestarvarsity.com/news/37133/f ... ht-lights/

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Re: District 2 Div 1

Postby HawleyRocks » Fri Sep 01, 2017 8:23 am

Abernathy Ready To Take Final Step Towards Title Behind Abundance Of Experience

BY BLAKE WOOD

http://texashsfootball.com/abernathy-fi ... xperience/


(In keeping with our mandate, I only posted the link to this story.... Not a bad read...)
Continued Prayers of Recovery For Casey @ Refugio & Scott Akins @ James Bowie Go Bearcats !!! **== **== **== **== **==

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Re: District 2 Div 1

Postby footballmania » Fri Sep 01, 2017 7:49 pm

Thanks, district will be tough as New Deal might be better than last year and Post will be very good this year in Region 1

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Re: District 2 Div 1

Postby footballmania » Fri Sep 01, 2017 8:00 pm

Abernathy is gonna pass this year !...14-0 up against Post at the beginning of the 2nd quarter.

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Re: District 2 Div 1

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Abernathy 54, Tulia 7
TULIA — Abernathy exploded for 35 unanswered points in the first half en route to a 54-7 thrashing of Tulia in a Class 2A contest on Friday night.
Kole Carlisle rushed for 138 yards in the game, including a 20-yard touchdown run in the first quarter for the Antelopes. A 1-yard fumble return by Ian Ponce and a 2-yard touchdown run by Bryson Daily pushed the score to 21-0 in the opening period.
Daily also connected with Joseph Sanchez for a 75-yard touchdown toss in the second quarter.
Adrian Macias added touchdown runs of 15 and 6 yards for the Antelopes (2-0).

Seagraves 10,
Floydada 7
SEAGRAVES — Joseph Guerrero hauled in a pass from Davin Rodriguez in the fourth quarter, pushing Seagraves past Floydada, 10-7, in a Class 2A contest.
Floydada (0-2) held a 7-3 advantage entering the fourth quarter, before Rodriguez connected with Guerrero on an 11-yard touchdown toss with 7:31 left to play in the game.
The Whirlwinds grabbed the early lead with a 9-yard touchdown pass from Andrew Vega to Angel Cervera at the 7:26 mark in the first quarter.
Seagraves (2-0) trimmed the deficit to 7-3 with 50 seconds remaining in the first half on a 31-yard field goal by Anthony Conde.

New Deal 54, Lamesa 13
NEW DEAL — Jett Whitfield rushed for 176 yards and a touchdown and passed for 138 yards and three touchdowns as New Deal crushed Lamesa, scoring 54 points for the second week in a row.
Whitfield opened the scoring with a 59-yard run. His TD passes went for 15 yards to Nehemiah Martinez and 9 and 48 yards to Dylan Jerden. Martinez carried 13 times for 76 yards, including TDs from 49 and 2 yards.
Jace Burleson carried 18 times for 97 yards and two touchdowns for Lamesa (1-1), and Jackson Napper completed 13 of 27 passes for 139 yards.

Hale Center 41,
Dimmitt 19
DIMMITT — Ayden Rogers and Jesse Hinojosa combined for five touchdowns, lifting Hale Center over Dimmitt in a Class 2A contest.
Hinojosa scored on a 7-yard run at the 10:06 mark in the first quarter and a 50-yard run in the second quarter for the Owls (2-0).
Rogers found the end zone after hauling in a 43-yard pass from Brandon Castillo with 8:12 remaining in the first quarter, then teamed with Castillo on a 50-yard scoring toss with 9:51 remaining in the third quarter.

Olton 29, Ralls 14
RALLS — Nate Gunter bolted 80 and 60 yards for touchdowns and Jack Allcorn had a TD apiece rushing and passing, leading Olton past Ralls.
Olton (2-0) piled up 442 yards, including 329 on the ground. Gunter finished with 227 on 16 carries. Allcorn had 189 yards total offense, including a TD pass to Nate Zamora, who finished with five catches for 60 yards.
Ralls (0-2) got 56 yards and two touchdowns from Jerry Flores, who carried 18 times.

Sundown 69, Morton 0
MORTON — Christian Huey had a hand in four first-quarter touchdowns and Sundown ran away from Morton.
Huey scored on runs of 25 and 31 yards in the game’s first five minutes, then threw TD passes of 24 yards each ot Zach Smith and Steven Quintanilla for a 28-0 lead.
The Roughnecks (2-0) made it 49-0 by halftime on TD runs by Abraham Bocanegra and Smith, sandwiched around an interception-return touchdown from Isaac Hernandez.
Smith and Huey each completed 5 of 7 passes, Smith for 94 yards and Huey for 89. Huey led Roughnecks rushers with 71 yards, and Smith was next with 69.

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Re: District 2 Div 1

Postby footballmania » Sat Sep 16, 2017 2:51 pm

Abernathy 43
Dimmitt 6
DIMMITT — Bryson Daily threw three touchdown passes and ran for another score as Abernathy ripped Dimmitt in a game called because of lightning midway through the third quarter.
Kole Carlisle carried 11 times for 158 yards and a pair of touchdowns, both during a 29-point first quarter for Abernathy (3-0).
Daily’s touchdown passes covered 34 yards to Donovan Rodriguez and 9 yards to Kole Kurklin, both in the first quarter, and 37 yards to Rodriguez in the third period.
Dimmitt (0-3) got a 52-yard touchdown pass from Zach Navarro to Brian Navarro.
Game was abandoned in the 3rd quarter due to thunderstorms.

Floydada 49
Lockney 14
LOCKNEY — Rosendo Reyna rushed for 125 yards, Marcus Perez and Jose Lira scored two touchdowns apiece and Floydada bashed Lockney in the 100th edition of the Floyd County rivalry.
Perez scored on a 34-yard pass from Andrew Vega and a 6-yard run. Lira scored on a 9-yard run and a 27-yard pass from Vega, who finished 5 of 13 for 109 yards.
Ethan Smith, Cutter Smith and Reyna added a touchdown apiece for the Whirlwinds (1-2).
Lockney (1-2) cut its deficit to 12-7 on a second-quarter scoring pass from Ruben Marmolejo to Chris Emert and got within 19-14 on a kickoff-return TD by Andrew Luna.

Farwell 28
Olton 7
OLTON — The visiting Farwell Steers were led by three touchdowns from Miguel Vasquez in a Class 2A non-district win Friday night over the Mustangs.
Vasquez hauled in a 45-yard touchdown pass from Ethan Stancell for Farwell’s first touchdown, but the Mustangs took a 7-6 lead on a 40-yard scoring pass from Jack Allcorn to Zach Ramage late in the first quarter.
The Steers (2-1) took control from then on, as Vasquez scored on a 30-yard run in the second quarter and a 27-yard run in the third quarter. Olton (2-1) was led by Michael Muse’s 69 rushing yards and Allcorn’s 126 yards in a 15-for-24 passing performance

New Deal forces five turnovers to beat Slaton, 25-18Sep 15, 2017 10:17 PM


SLATON – For two teams that averaged right around 50 points per game the first two weeks of the season, it’s only natural that defense ruled the night.

New Deal forced five Slaton turnovers, turning two of them into crucial touchdowns that allowed the Lions to escape with a 25-18 victory over the Tigers Friday night in a battle of two teams that had rode their offenses to unbeaten early-season records.

Nehemiah Martinez rushed for 155 yards and two touchdowns and added an 80-yard kickoff return for a score as the Lions (3-0) recovered three fumbles and picked off two Slaton (2-1) passes, both inside the New Deal 5-yard line.

“Anytime you can go against Slaton … and can create a few turnovers and get them, boy, it sure helps you balance up the game,” New Deal head coach Matt Hill said. ‘We played well defensively tonight and offensively I thought we did well. They’re a very good ballclub.”

One glaring omission for the Lions was junior offensive sparkplug Jett Whitfield. He was suited up but held out of the game with a back injury, Hill said, though he was considered the Lions emergency back.

In his absence, however, Martinez put New Deal on his back. The sophomore rushed for 104 of his yards in the second half, and his kickoff return for a score in the first quarter not only answered an early Slaton score but gave New Deal a lead it would hold the rest of the way.

Martinez’s effort helped the Lions finish with 235 yards on just 42 plays

“A workhorse like that who plays both sides, we were just pleased by how he carried the team,” Hill said. “Our offensive line did a great job of showing up front and getting him some holes, and he carried it a bunch more than he’s used to. We’ll get those other guys back and lighten his load a little bit.”

If not for the turnovers, though, Slaton might have won this game going away. The Tigers finished with 345 yards of total offense and ran 51 plays, including a 35-18 difference in the first half. Kevondrick Gober, who came into the game with 306 rushing yards and seven touchdowns, added to his total with 188 yards and two touchdowns against the Lions.

But the Tigers struggled to get out of their own way with the turnovers and 13 penalties for 83 yards. Three of the turnovers came inside the Slaton 35-yard line, and two of the interceptions inside the 5-yard line came as Slaton was in position for the potential tying score.

“That’s one thing we preached this week was we couldn’t turn it over and half the penalties, and those are the two things that happened tonight,” Slaton coach Stacey Martin said. “We just put ourselves in the hole over and over again offensively and you can’t turn the ball over as much as we did and beat anybody. We’re proud of the way our kids played, the continued to fight back going against a good football team. We’ll learn from this and move on.”

After Martinez put the Lions up 7-6, the New Deal defense came up with its first big play as Gober fumbled an option pitch and Jalen Barrera pounced on the loose ball at the Slaton 33. New Deal made the most of the gift when quarterback Marino Ramirez hit DK Blaylock on a 12-yard touchdown pass to push the lead to 13-6 with 3:39 left in the first quarter.

Slaton, however, came right back to pull to within 13-12 on a 4-yard burst up the middle by Trizton Robinson with 36 seconds left in the opening stanza.

The Tigers were in position to take the lead, driving to the New Deal 17 before a chop block pushed them back to the 31, and on fourth-and-23, Tigers quarterback Eli Martinez was intercepted by Kendell Dunn, returning the pick to midfield.

New Deal again took advantage of the turnover when Nehemiah Martinez broke two tackles, stayed on his feet and finished a 6-yard run with a touchdown to make it 19-12, which stood throughout the rest of the first half.

The teams traded touchdowns to start the second half before the game settled back into a defensive struggle. The Lions struck the final blow when Donovan Gomez recovered a fumble, Slaton’s fifth and final turnover, at midfield with 2:46 to play, and the Lions ran out the clock from there.

“We played a little bit more defense than we wanted to tonight, and that was a good plan on their part,” Hill said. “But I’m proud the way our kids held up. We had to play some kids that hadn’t been out there before and I was pleased with how they held up.”

PLAYER OF THE GAME

Nehemiah Martinez, RB, New Deal

With Jett Whitfield out, Martinez shouldered most of the load for New Deal. Averaging just under 100 yards per game coming into the night, Martinez chewed up 155 rushing yards on 23 carries with two touchdowns and added an 80-yard kickoff return for the Lions’ first score of the game.

NOTABLE

Slaton and New Deal entered the game with a combined 204 points but managed just 43 against each other. The 25 points by New Deal was less than half of what the Lions had scored in each of their first two games.

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WHAT’S NEXT

New Deal hits the road for a long road trip and a 7:30 p.m. start at Sunray on Friday, while Slaton is back home to host Lamesa, also at 7:30 p.m.

NEW DEAL 25, SLATON 18

New Deal 13 6 6 0 — 25

Slaton 12 0 6 0 — 18

First Quarter

SLA – Kevondrick Gober 7 run (kick failed); 6:20

ND – Nehemiah Martinez 80 kickoff return (Brandon Coronado kick); 6:07

ND – DK Blaylock 12 pass from Marino Ramirez (kick blocked); 3:39

SLA – Trizton Robinson 4 run (pass failed); :36

Second Quarter

ND – Martinez 6 run (kick failed); 5:15

Third Quarter

ND – Martinez 18 run (kick failed); 8:18

SLA – Gober 56 run (kick failed); 8:07

SLA ND

First downs 13 17

Rushes-yards 26-166 43-291

Passing yards 69 54

Comp.-att.-int. 11-16-1 4-9-2

Punts-avg. 4-31.0 1-31.0

Fumbles-lost 1-0 4-3

Penalties-yards 9-65 13-83

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING: New Deal, Nehemiah Martinez 23-155, Brandon Coronado 2-8, Marino Ramirez 1-3; Slaton, Kevondrick Gober 16-188, Trizton Robinson 12-58, Reece Bryant 6-31, Eli Martinez 8-13, Dajahnay Williams 1-0.

PASSING: New Deal, Ramirez 10-15-1—55, N. Martinez 1-1-0—14; Slaton, E. Martinez 4-9-2—54.

RECEIVING: New Deal, DK Blaylock 6-57, Dylan Jerden 1-9, Coronado 2-2, Martinez 2-1; Slaton, Gober 1-26, Robinson 1-20, Williams 1-9, Quavon McDaniel 1-(-1).


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