by KTSW Sports
Cedar Park vs. Westwood
Thursday night game 9/10
Cedar Park used 472 rushing yards to propel itself to a 56-6 victory over Westwood at Reeves Athletic Complex on Thursday night. Cedar Park entered the game atop the Associated Press Class 5A state poll, and Timberwolves did nothing to lose votes in their 50-point dismantling of the Class 6A Warriors.
Westwood had no answer for a Cedar Park rushing attack that put up 473 yards and seven touchdowns on 57 carries. The Timberwolves scored on every possession of the game except three. The Warrior offense was held in check all night. Westwood punted the ball 10 times against Cedar Park, didn’t reach Timberwolves territory until the second quarter, and never had any rhythm. Westwood ran 46 plays in the entire game.
It was a lopsided affair in the first half. Cedar Park had 379 yards in the opening two quarters, including 287 yards rushing on 23 carries. On the flip side, Westwood only amounted just 102 yards of offense and six first downs in the first half.
The second half was much of the same. Cedar Park took the opening kickoff and needed only five plays to go 75 yards. Westwood went three-and-out in its only two possessions of the third quarter. The forth quarter consisted of subs playing, running the clock, and trying to stay healthy.
Canyon vs. Marshall 9/11
Canyon is coming off a 36-16 win over East Central last week for their first win of the year. Marshall is still looking for their first win of the year after getting shut out in week 2 against Laredo LBJ, falling 28-0. The game is Friday in New Braunfels at 7:30
Lockhart vs. Seguin 9/11
Lockhart is looking to keep their high-powered offense rolling against Seguin. Lockhart who is coming into this game 2-0 has scored 60 and 56 points in their two games so far this year. Seguin has allowed an average of 35 points this season while only averaging 14 points on offense, so look for this game to be another Lockhart blowout. The game is in Lockhart, kickoff is at 7:30.
New Braunfels vs. San Antonio Madison 9/12
New Braunfels coming off a 29-21 win over Seguin last week, look to keep their winning ways going against San Antonio Madison who has yet to win or hold a team under 44 points this season. If the Unicorns can the stop the Mavericks’ rushing attack, which is averaging 143 yards per game, will coast to victory with the lack of a Madison air attack. New Braunfels balanced off should give the Madison defense some trouble and keep them on their toes. Kickoff is at 7 p.m.