Reporter Staff Report

Glen Rose Junior High dominated De Leon with its “A” teams and shut out Burleson Kerr with its “B” squads on the gridiron last week.

The eighth grade “A” Tigers blasted De Leon 34-6.

Hayden Holder passed for two touchdowns and rushed for one. He had a hand in each of the Tigers’ first three scores, running to the end zone from 12 yards out, passing to Sam Strother for a 15-yard TD and hooking up with Strother again for a 55-yard score.

Peyton Little had the final touchdown on a 20-yard run, while Hayden Swearengin, Preston Shuffield, Jacob Locke and Holder all rushed for two-point conversions.

Coaches cited Holder, Strother, Swearengin, Shuffield, Christian Barrios, Trey Yocham, Manuel Barraza and R.J. Darch as offensive standouts and Locke, Lytle, Christian Ibarra, Jacob Point, Jonathan Rios, Chance Nabours, Jayden Reynolds, Colten Lane and Carter Garrison as defensive standouts.

The seventh “A” Tigers rolled past De Leon 26-0.

Coaches cited Reece Nickell, Cashion Klipfel, Bailey Holder, Dylan Hammond, Dakota Stroud, Rhett Rabenaldt and Braxton Barrios as defensive standouts in the shut out.

Drayton Williams rushed for three touchdowns covering 15, 25 and 55 yards to pace the offense. He also had two-point conversion.

The fourth touchdown came on a 52-yard pass from Wyatt to Dalton Howard.

Outstanding offensive players, according to coaches, were Williams, Goebel, Howard, Chasen Monk, Stone Costello, Gage Costello, Jadon Morris and Joey Sandlin.

The eighth “B” Tigers blew out Burleson Kerr 32-0 with touchdowns coming from four different players.

Tyler Lester scored on a one-yard run, Thomas Watson returned an interception 49 yards to pay dirt, Ethan Krueger caught a 10-yard TD pass from Alex Cocita and Cocita ran for a 35-yard score.

The Tigers were 4-4 on extra-point conversions, scoring two points each on passes from Cocita to Bradlee Ingram and Derek Kramer and a pair of Calven Hill runs.

Coaches cited Cocita, Lester, Ingram, Hill, Krueger, Angel Amezcua, J.B. Martin and Evan Richesin as offensive standouts and Watson, Kramer, Antonio Ponce, Brent Blinka, James Gomez, Austin Carpenter and Dalton Gould as defensive standouts.

The seventh “B” Tigers also mauled Kerr, winning 20-0.

Daniel Sandoval rushed for touchdowns covering 10 and five yards and Calen Ballesteros scored on a 35-yard sprint for Glen Rose, which also picked up two points from Nolan Fowler.

Leading the shut out effort were defensive standouts Ruben Salas, Matt Branham, Tucker Garza, Jonathan Harris, Peyton Chappell and Jonathan Fernandez.

Offensive standouts included Sandoval, Ballesteros, McAnear, Nolan Fowler, Nicolas Fowler, Marcus Rios, Colt Cumpian, Ty Campbell and Kason Brewer.