In the first quarter, the Cats scored 28 unanswered points in under 10 minutes of playing time. The first score was on a 1-yard run by Draigon Silvas who carried the ball 6 times for 63 yards on the night.
The Refugio defense garnered the next touchdown on a fumble recovery and return for 26 yards to make the score 14-0. The next two scores came off the arm of quarterback Travis Quintanilla. Quintanilla tossed the first to Chase Whetsel for a 4-yard touchdown then found Marcus Thompson on a 49-yard TD pass.
In the second period, the Cats went into overdrive with Quintanilla in the driver’s seat. The Bobcat quarterback threw his first touchdown pass of the second quarter to Tyler Castellano on a 20-yard hookup.
Whetsel would score next on a 51-yard scamper to the end zone to make the score 42-0.
Quintanilla then found Marcus Thompson again for a 33-yard touchdown reception. Silvas scored his second TD of the game with a 38-yard rumble to make the score 56-0 going into halftime.
The starters would score two more times before letting their backups take over, the first coming off another tight spiral from Quintanilla to Dana Franklin and threw one touchdown pass to Cameron Loveday just before the end of the quarter from 10-yards out to make it a 77-0 game.
The final period was scoreless but not without fantastic plays from Tevin Nash, Jim LaFond, and Alex Coronado.
Devon LaFrance had an outstanding game defensively with 4 tackles and a great deal of disruption to the Longhorn offense.
The Bobcats now look to this Friday night in Jack Sportsman Bobcat Stadium against the undefeated Banquete Bulldogs.
This contest will decide the district championship and who gets a bye week for the first round of the playoffs.
Kickoff will be at 7:30 p.m.