Refugio JH teams end season undefeated at 8-0
Nov 13, 2008 | 754 views | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Refugio 7th and 8th grade football teams wrapped up perfect seasons last Thursday with two victories over the Bloomington Bobcats.

The 7th graders won 40-0 while the 8th graders won 24-0. Both teams claimed the District 30-AA championship and finished with identical 8-0 records.

In the 7th grade game, the Bobcats took the opening drive and scored on a 13-yard run by Travis Quintanilla. Johnathan Brown scored the two point conversion to make the score 8-0.

They scored again on their next drive when Travis Quintanilla connected with Anthony Villarreal on a 35 yard touchdown pass. Dana Franklin scored the two point conversion to make the score 16-0.

Johnathan Brown scored the third touchdown for the Bobcats when he took a handoff and raced 34 yards for a touchdown. Brent Wernli scored the two point conversion to make the score 24-0.

The Bobcats scored again right before halftime when Quintanilla connected with Villarreal again on a long 54 yard pass. Marquis Brown scored the two point conversion to make the score 32-0.

The final touchdown was scored when Johnathan Brown to a handoff and ran 46 yards for the final touchdown. Andrew Williams scored the two point conversion to make the final score 40-0. Offensive standouts were the offensive line of Pete Arredondo, Kevin Rodriquez, Tyler Williams, Johnathan Cantu, Jim LaFond, and Shane Jochetz. Defensive standouts were Juan Ramirez, Daniel Ochoa, Lafond, Franklin, Darrin DeLeon, Dalton Brown, Xavian Brandon, Devon LaFrance and Quintanilla.

Members of the 7th grade team are Travis Quintanilla, Joseph Perez, Daniel Ochoa, Pete Arredondo, Kevin Rodriguez, Juan Ramirez, Quinton Rison, Dana Franklin, Jonathan Cantu , Xavian Brandon, Nicolas Jaramillo, Andrew Williams, Shane Jochetz, Marquis Brown, Alexis Coronado , Johnathan Brown, Adolfo Angel Cordero, Darrin DeLeon, Adolfo Cordero Jr., Dalton Klare, Albert Garza, Anthony Carroll, Dalton Brown, Rair Martinez, Anthony Villarreall, Thomas Aranda, Devon LaFrance, Jim Lafond, Brett Wernli, and Tyler Williams

In the 8 grade game, the Bobcats took the opening kickoff and drove 65 yards for the games first touchdown. Draigon Silvas scored on a 5 yard run. Jack Gumm scored the two point conversion to make the score 8-0. The Bobcats scored again on their next possession when Brett Davis connected with Cameron Sternadel on a 28 yard touchdown pass.

Draigon Silvas scored the two point conversion to make the score 16-0 at halftime. The Bobcats scored their third touchdown when Davin Henderson scored on a short 8 yard run. Gumm scored the two point conversion to make the final 24-0.

Offensive standouts were Conner Lowrie, Marcus Thompson, and the offensive line of Logan Myers, Jaerron Hollins, Malcolm Franklin, Alex Valdez, and John Wesley Shipp. Defensive standouts were Shipp, Sternadel, Franklin, Gumm, Lowrie, Chris Williams, Davin Henderson, and Steven Cantu.

Eighth grade football members are Connor Lowrie, Draigon Garza-Silvas, Cameron Sternadel, Jacob Solis, Marcus Thompson, John Wesley Shipp, Brett Davis, Malcolm Franklin, Davin Henderson, Andrew Garcia, Jack Gumm, Joshua Martinez, Christopher Williams, Logan Myers, Joe Williams, Dustin Paceley, Austin Weise, Alex Valdez, Travis Anzaldua, Colton Carroll, Glenn Wineman, Dylan Anzaldua, Buster Dodge, Steven Cantu, and Jaeren Smith-Hollins.

Coaches are Jason Herring, Drew Cox, Cody Reeves, David Cruhm, Jacob Ray, Armando Huerta, Donald Patton, Brian Ramsey, Anthony Quintanilla, and Joe Rios.

“These teams have a great future,” said Rios “If these kids continue to pass their classes and make the right choices in the future, they will win a state championship one day.”
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