SAN ANGELO- San Angelo Stadium will see double duty this week as the Lake View Chiefs take on the Brownwood Lions in San Angelo this Thursday at 7:00 p.m.
Last week, Lake View took a loss to begin district against the Andrews Mustangs 33-0. The Chiefs ended the game with 37 rushing yards and 89 passing yards. Senior quarterback Bryce Medley and Sophomore Austin Perez combined went 9-25 for 89 yards and two interceptions. On the ground, running back Ian Cortez was held to five yards on 11 carries and Ricky Ramirez did not play. For the defense, Adam Robles had one interception and the Chiefs did not record a sack.
Brownwood (5-2, 1-0) vs Lake View (3-4, 0-1)
The Chief enter their second week of district against the Brownwood Lions who beat Big Spring last week 41-10. Lake View has had four different players take snaps at quarterback, but Medley and Esaias Salazar have the majority of time as signal caller. Combined, they’ve gone 48-125 for 704 yards, five touchdowns, and nine interceptions.
The Chiefs do have Cortez in the backfield who has rushed 113 times for 525 yards and has five touchdowns. Lake View misses its one-two punch has Ramirez has not played since week 4 of the season. In those games, Ramirez has 59 carries for 415 yards and five scores. The team together has rushed for 1,099 yards and 13 touchdowns.
They do have weapons outside as well in Davashtian Manely, Derrick Taylor, and Adrian Flores. Manely is the team leader in catches and yards with 17 and 241 respectively while Taylor leads the receivers in touchdowns with three. Flores has helped move the ball the most outside of those two with 10 receptions for 165 yards.
Elijah Stone leads the team in solo tackles with 28 and Taven White leads in total tackles with 79. Eric Paez Jr. follows up total tackles with 63 on the year. Auden Rivera, Stone, and White have five sacks between the three of them.
This Lake View team has been taking the ball away as they have 10 interceptions and five fumble recoveries in seven games. Michael Duran has four interceptions and White has two recoveries. Six players have one interception and three have the other three fumble recoveries.
Brownwood was ranked at 9th when they took on Stephenville, who coincidently is still ranked 1st in the state for 4A football. The Lions put it on the Big Spring Steers. In the first quarter, Lions’ running back Konlyn Anderson ran in a seven-yard score to put Brownwood ahead 7-0 after a successful kick. With about two minutes left in the first, Big Spring would cut the Lion’s lead 7-3.
In the second quarter, quarterback Chance Jones would throw a 31-yard pass to Jason Jackson Jr. for a touchdown and after another kick, the Lions led 14-3. Bid Spring would throw an interception to Case Markham and Anderson would reward his defense with a 4-yard rushing touchdown off the pick.
With about two minutes until halftime, Big Spring would turn the ball over on downs but this time the Steers would intercept with about one minute left in the half. They could not put-up points and the score remained 21-3.
Jackson Jr. would catch a 49-yard touchdown pass from Jones to put Brownwood up 27-3 after a failed conversion attempt. On the next Big Spring possession, the Steers fumble the ball which was recovered by the Lions. Brownwood drives the field and Jones throws another touchdown, this time to Thad Hinds to put the Lions in the lead 34-3 after the kick.
The Lions had possession at the beginning of the fourth quarter but threw another interception to Big Spring who completed a pass for a touchdown that, after a successful kick, made the score 34-10 with about nine minutes to play.
Anderson would turn in another rush for a touchdown to put the Lions up 41-10 after a good extra point.
Big Spring then threw an interception to Morsello Hooker with about three minutes left in the game and then another one with about one minute left.
The Lions would win 41-10 over the Steers.
If Lake View can limit the Lions offense by taking the ball away and controlling the clock, they’ve got a chance.
Other games this week:
Andrews Mustangs (5-2, 1-0) vs Lubbock Estacado (3-3, 0-0)
Andrews will look to go 2-0 in district against Lubbock Estacado this week. Mustang quarterback Ashton Galvan has gone 54-87 for 848 yards, 13 touchdowns, and two interceptions on the year. Noah Tellez and Galvan have rushed for over 1,000 yards and 12 touchdowns this year so far. Sophomore receiver Adolfo Valles has been the go-to guy with 18 receptions for 315 yards and four touchdowns. Four receivers have over 100 yards. Total, the receiver group has 15 touchdowns.
Big Spring will be idle this week and returns to action next week against the Lake View Chiefs.
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