Subvarsity football results

Published 10:28 am Friday, November 8, 2019

WO-SJH results

Combined B Team won 24-6

Taydren Perrault rushed for two touchdowns

Kendrick Cambel rushed for one touchdown

It was a great team win


7th grade A team won 14-6

Raymond Mallett scored two touchdowns

Standouts were Tahj Amerson, Jeffery Ryas, Denim Orebo and the entire defense


8Th grade A team won 40-6

Keyshawn Robinson accounted for three touchdowns Robinson rushed for 1 had an interception return for a touchdown and threw 1 touchdown to Nick Crosson

Derrick Williams had one fumble recovery he also had one Interception return for a touchdown.

Jalen Gilmore Rushed for one touchdown

Many other standouts include Andre’von Thomas, Andrew Cooper, Vaughn Brown, Cortez Robinson, and La’Tyrick Boutee.

Shoutout to the defense and to the offensive line.


WO-S 9th/JV results


The WOS 9th/JV beat the Hamshire-Fannett JV 20-18.
7-6 Dakarion Judge scored on 90 yard KO return Extra point good by Miquel Villeda. 14-12 Quinton Walker scored on a 1 yard TD run Extra point good by Cristian Quiteno-Polio. 20-12 Jamaal Shaw scored on a 10 yard TD run extra point no good.


BCJH results

The 8th grade football teams traveled to Cleveland last night and split the games.  the White team lost by a score of 20-18.  Brayton Tregre and Jerris Brown along with Kelton Loftin scored touchdowns.  Their record for the season is 4-4.

The Red team won by a score of 14-0.  Scores by Justin Utterback, and Jamel Charles accounted for the scoring.  The defense did a great job by holding Cleveland scoreless for the game.  Their record also goes to 4-4- for the year.


The 7th grade teams hosted Cleveland Tuesday night and picked up two wins. The white team won their first game of the year with a 24-0 victory over the Indians. The defense was led by Tommy Walpole who had 3 fumble recoveries, Keadon Hall had a fumble recovery, Brayton Lambert and Kasen Watts each had interceptions as well. The offense was led by Kasen Watts, Ethan Tayloe, Chris Johnson, and Trey Goodwin who each had scoring plays. The red team picked up a 39-22 victory over the Indians. The defense was led by Jaylen Charles and Jace Ramirez who both had interceptions returned for touchdowns. Zack Dommert, Ethan Peet, Judd Cutchins Jared Cox, and Bryson Reading also had solid games definsively. The offense was led by Dax Latiolais, Erik Carranza (2 touchdown runs), Hutch Bearden. The offensive line (Blaze King, Jared Cox, Christian Shafer, Ayden Perritt, Riley Dietz, Tad Knapp, and Kurt Foote) also played well up front. The red team finishes the year with a 3-4-1 record.