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SEPT 26

(TAYLOR)–THE TAYLOR DUCKS TOOK AN EARLY

LEAD, BUT TOO MANY PENALTIES AND MISTAKES HURT THE

DUCKS’ CAUSE AS THEY FELL TO JARRELL IN A BATTLE

OF WILLIAMSON COUNTY ON HOMECOMING FRIDAY NIGHT

IN TAYLOR.

IN THE OPENING MOMENTS OF THE GAME, JARVIS

ANDERSON INTERCEPTED A PASS AND APPEARED TO

RETURN IT FOR A TOUCHDOWN, BUT THE RETURN

WAS CALLED BACK BECAUSE OF A PENALTY. THIS

WOULD BE A RECURRING THEME FOR THE DUCKS

THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT.

THE DUCKS FINALLY DID GET ON THE BOARD AS

RYAN VALDEZ THREW A 35 YARD TOUCHDOWN PASS

TO TREOS RICHARDSON TO END A 10 PLAY, 54 YARD

DRIVE AND GIVE THE DUCKS A 7 TO NOTHING LEAD

WITH 2:48 TO GO IN THE FIRST QUARTER.

LATER, THE DUCKS SURRENDERED FIELD POSITION

AS THE SNAP TO THE PUNTER WAS DROPPED AND

JARRELL RECOVERED IT AT THE TAYLOR 18 YARD LINE.

THAT SET UP A 2 YARD TOUCHDOWN RUN BY JAMARION

NIBLETT TO TIE THE GAME AT 7 WITH 10:02 TO GO IN THE

2ND QUARTER. THE COUGARS GOT THE BALL BACK

ON THEIR NEXT POSSESSION AND DROVE 79 YARDS IN

12 PLAYS TO A 17 YARD TOUCHDOWN RUN BY NIBLETT

TO GIVE THE COUGARS THE LEAD WITH 4:40 REMAINING IN

THE FIRST HALF.

THE DUCKS FORCED A JARRELL FUMBLE AND

RECOVER IT AT THE JARRELL 37, BUT COULD NOT CONVERT

IT INTO POINTS AND WERE FORCED TO PUNT IT AWAY IN

THE CLOSING MOMENTS OF THE FIRST HALF.

IN THE 2ND HALF, THE MISTAKES AND PENALTIES

CONTINUED FOR THE DUCKS. JARRELL DELIVERED A POP

UP KICK THAT WAS A LIVE BALL, RECOVERED BY

JARRELL AT THE 32 YARD LINE. THAT SET UP JARRELL

QUARTERBACK ANDREW KNEBEL WITH AN 18 YARD

TOUCHDOWN RUN TO END A 5 PLAY 32 YARD DRIVE.

THE EXTRA POINT WAS NO GOOD AND JARRELL LED

20 TO 7

THE TWO TEAMS TRADED INTERCEPTIONS, AND

THEN JARRELL FOUND THE END ZONE AGAIN WITH A

35 YARD TOUCHDOWN PASS TO DATHAN WALKER

TO MAKE IT 26 TO 7 WITH 43 SECONDS TO GO IN THE

3RD QUARTER.

THE DUCKS REPSONDED AS QUARTERBACK JOSH

MIKULENCIAK SCORED ON A 6 YARD TOUCHDOWN RUN

TO END A 12 PLAY, 65 YARD DRIVE TO CUT THE DEFICIT

TO 26 TO 13.

THE DUCKS WOULD FIND PAYDIRT AGAIN IN THE 4TH

QUARTER AS MIKULENCIAK SCORED ON A 14 YARD

TOUCHDOWN RUN TO CLOSE THE GAP TO 26 TO 20,

BUT THEY COULD GET NO CLOSER.

THE DUCKS HAVE THEIR OPEN WEEK IN THE

SCHEDULE NEXT WEEK.

MEANWHILE, THE ROCKDALE TIGERS RETURN

FROM THEIR OPEN WEEK AS THEY OPEN DISTRICT

PLAY AGAINST FRANKLIN.

ELSEWHERE AROUND TAYLOR’S DISTRICT 13-4A DIVISION

ONE, DAVENPORT BEAT LOCKHART 62 TO 42, LAMPASAS FELL

TO WIMBERLEY 38 TO 28, FREDERICKSBURG BEAT MARBEL FALLS

23 TO NOTHING, AND CANYON LAKE BEAT SAN ANTONIO EAST

CENTRAL 20 TO 10.

ROCKDALE HAD THE OPEN DATE, AS NOTED. ELSEWHERE

AROUND DISTRICT 11-3A DIVISION ONE, FRANKLIN BEAT

MCGREGOR 69 TO 32, ACADEMY BEAT TROY 45 TO 29, AND CAMERON

BEAT LORENA 48 TO 44.

THE THORNDALE BULLDOGS BEAT SCHULENBURG 36 TO 7.

ELSEWHERE AROUND THORNDALE’S DISTRICT 13-2A DIVISION ONE,

FLATONIA BEAT THRALL 62 TO 7, AND HOLLAND BEAT WEIMAR

49 TO 7.

LEXINGTON HAD ITS OPEN DATE THIS WEEK. ELSEWHERE

AROUND LEXINGTON’S DISTRICT 13-3A DIVISION 2, FLORENCE

FELL TO DUBLIN 34 TO 23, ROGERS FELL TO JOHNSON CITY 23 TO 20.,

ELKHART LOST TO WHITE OAK 55 TO 52. CLIFTON FELL TO MILSAP

30 TO 22, AND BUFFALO BEAT NORMANGEE 46 TO NOTHING.