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Sealy Tigers football

The Sealy Tigers freshman football team finished their season with a 20-20 tie with West Columbia. The Tigers offense helped the team jump out to an early 14-0 lead at halftime but couldn’t produce enough points in the second half as the Roughnecks chipped away at the lead throughout the fourth quarter scoring 14 unanswered points. Matthew Tippie threw two touchdowns on the game, one to Nick Martinez and the other to Draper Parker. Stevie Alvarez ran in Sealy’s last touchdown of the game. Defensive standouts were Dylan Thaxton, Nick Martinez, Jakobee Davis with an interception, Rhys Rheichardt with a fumble recovery, Clayton Prajak, Colton Burch with an interception, Alvin Nunn, Ricky Avila, David Navarro.

Bellville Brahmas football

After beating Shepherd 14-7 to bring their overall record to 5-5 and their district record to 3-1, the Brahmas finished second is 4A-2 Region III District 11 behind Madisonville who finished the season undefeated within the district.

Senior quarterback Marcus Ward and freshman running back Trevon Green were the leaders offensively for Bellville. Ward finished the game passing for 100 yards on five attempts for a touchdown and had 37 yards on the ground with eight carries. Green finished the game with 49 yards rushing and a touchdown.

The Brahmas will take on the Orangefield Bobcats on Saturday to open the playoffs with kickoff scheduled for 6 p.m. at Texan Drive Stadium in New Caney. Orangefield is going into the matchup with a 3-4 record on the regular season in which they were inconsistent throughout including finishing the season being blown out 54-0.

Brazos Cougars football

The Brazos Cougars finished their season with a 42-29 win over Schulenburg on the road which brought their district record to 3-3, good enough to earn them fourth place in the district.

The Cougars will face the Lexington Eagles in the first round of the playoffs on Friday at 7:30 p.m. in Brenham. The Eagles finished a perfect 10-0 on the season and ranked by MaxPreps as the 106th best team in the state. Outside of their first game of the season, Lexington has won every game this season by double digits.

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