Home General Region IV Final results from Saturday: Judson ends season with loss to...

Region IV Final results from Saturday: Judson ends season with loss to Lake Travis; Boerne Geneva wins state title

106
0

Saturday’s Results

6A Division I – Lake Travis (13-1) 48, Converse Judson (12-2) 35

Texas commit Hudson Card returned to the fold for Lake Travis at quarterback after missing six games, throwing for 339 yards and three touchdowns as Lake Travis knocked Converse Judson out of the playoffs with a 48-35 victory at the Alamodome.


Weston Stephens rushed for 221 yards and a pair of touchdowns, while Card added a rushing score in the third quarter as Lake Travis came back from 14-10 down at intermission. Kyle Eaves caught 11 passes for 162 yards and two scores for Lake Travis, who will face Galena Park North Shore in the 6A Division I state semifinals.

Mike Chandler II finished his prep career by accounting for 333 yards and four touchdowns, three of his scores coming on the ground. Junior running back De’Anthony Lewis, one of the top prospects overall in the Alamo City for the Class of 2021, rushed for 146 tough yards and two scores for the Rockets.

5A Division II – Boerne Champion (12-1) vs. CC Calallen (12-1), Saturday 8:00 p.m., Alamodome

4A Division I – Lampasas (13-1) 49, Liberty Hill (8-6) 34
– Junior Ace Whitehead completed 21-of-29 passes for 401 yards and six touchdowns as Lampasas turned away upstart Liberty Hill, 49-34. Jaylon Porter caught five passes for 132 yards and three touchdowns for the Badgers. Whitehead went over 9,000 passing yards for his career.

4A Division I State Semifinals
Springtown (14-0) vs. Waco La Vega (13-1)
Carthage (14-0) vs. Lampasas (13-1)

BOERNE GENEVA CLAIMS TAPPS DIVISION III STATE TITLE

TAPPS Division III State Championship – Boerne Geneva (10-4) 49, Lubbock Christian (13-1) 18

Cade Barone threw for 296 yards and three touchdowns as Boerne Geneva claimed won the TAPPS Division III state championship with a 49-18 victory over Lubbock Christian in Hewitt on Saturday afternoon.

Geneva lost in the state championship game last season to Willow Park/Aledo Trinity, 15-14. Its last state title came in TAPPS 6-Man Division I in 2014 after defeating Watauga Harvest Christian, 59-14.

Friday

6A Division II – Austin Westlake (13-1) 42, Brandeis (13-1) 14

For the second straight year, Austin Westlake ended the season of Brandeis with a 42-14 victory. Brandeis finished the season with a 13-1 record and will be a contender to make a deep run in the playoffs again in 2020.

Westlake was able to do what no one else had done this season by slowing down the Brandeis running game. The previously unbeaten Broncos rushed for 133 yards on 27 carries, an average of 4.9 yards per carry.

On offense, Kirkland Michaux completed 20-of-27 passes for 225 yards while accounted for two touchdowns. Zane Minor added two rushing touchdowns to pace the Chaparral offense. Jaden Greathouse snagged both of Michaux’s touchdown strikes and finished with 94 receiving yards.

Junior quarterback Jordan Battles rushed for 83 yards to lead the Broncos and found Corion Holmes on an 18-yard touchdown pass to tie the score at seven with 6:40 remaining in the first quarter. Holmes would later add a touchdown run.

5A Division I – Wagner (13-1) 74, CC Veterans Memorial (10-4) 14

Wagner advanced to the state semifinals for the second year in a row with an eye-opening result on the road in Corpus Christi as the Thunderbirds rolled to a 74-14 victory over CC Veterans Memorial.

Sophomore quarterback Isaiah Williams went over 200 yards for the second straight week, finishing with a game-high 208 yards and two touchdowns. Junior L.J. Butler added 179 yards and two scores including a 94-yard blast to give Wagner a 19-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. Joshua Cobbs caught a pair of touchdowns. Wagner rushed for 679 yards on 60 carries in the victory.

Junior quarterback Carter Senterfitt threw for 249 yards and two scores for Veterans Memorial. Joseph Perez caught four passes for 122 yards, including a 56-yard hook up with Senterfitt in a losing effort. With plenty of experience returning on offense, Veterans Memorial will be a tough out in 2020.

5A Division I State Semfinals
Frisco Lone Star (14-0) vs. TBD
Wagner (13-1) vs. Pearland Shadow Creek (14-0), TBD

4A Division II – Wimberley (11-3) 42, Navarro (13-1) 12

Field position was the Achilles heel for Navarro as Wimberley avenged a loss from district play with a 42-12 victory at the Alamodome to advance to the 4A Division II state semifinals.

Cooper McCollum threw for five touchdowns and added another with his legs as the Texans rolled. Christian Marshall and Josh Limely both snagged a pair of touchdown passes from McCollum. Marshall caught two in the first quarter as the Texans took a 21-0 lead. McCollum completed all nine of his passing attempts in the second half as Wimberley pulled away.

Wimberley claimed its second Region IV crown in three years with the victory. In 2017, the JoJo Weeks-led Texans advanced to the state semifinals before falling to West Orange-Stark.

Johnny Algeria rushed for two touchdowns for Navarro, who finished the season with a 13-1 record. Algeria rushed for a game-high 117 yards on 11 carries, however, the Panthers rushed for 222 yards as a team which was well below its season average.

4A Division II State Semifnals
Greenwood (14-0) vs. Pleasant Grove (13-1)
Wimberley (11-3) vs. Silsbee (9-3), Friday 7:30 p.m., Katy Legacy Stadium

3A Division I – Columbus (12-2) 48, Hallettsville (10-3) 25
– Tyree Simcik rushed for 281 yards and five touchdowns as Columbus claimed the Region IV crown in 3A Division I. Brock Schobel and Kaycon Wilson hooked up for two touchdown strikes through the air to pace the Cardinal offense. Jon Brooks rushed for three touchdowns in a losing effort for Hallettsville.

3A Division II – East Bernard (14-0) 30, Ganado (10-4) 10
– Three East Bernard ballcarriers rushed for more than 75 yards as East Bernard remained unbeaten. Tanner Baggett led the effort with 82 yards and a score while Devin Chapman added 75 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

2A Division I – Refugio (14-0) 49, Holland (13-1) 12 (Thursday)

Refugio advances to the state semifinals for the sixth time since 2009 with its 49-12 victory over Holland at the Alamodome on Thursday night.

Austin Ochoa accounted for 271 yards and five touchdowns. All three of Ochoa’s touchdown passes went to Antwaan Gross, who finished with 177 receiving yards on six catches. The two hooked up twice in the first quarter as the unbeaten Bobcats took a 28-0 lead. Naaji Gooden rushed for two scores to pace the Refugio offense.

Brady Shelton accounted for two touchdowns in a losing effort for Holland, who finishes the season at 13-1.

2A Division I State Semifinals
Post (14-0) vs. Valley View (12-2)
San Augustine (14-0) vs. Refugio (14-0) – Thursday 7:00 p.m., Cypress Barry Center

2A Division II – Falls City (13-1) 35, Bremond (12-2) 28

As expected, it was the Brady Lyssy Show as Falls City claimed the 2A Division II regional title with a 35-28 come from behind victory over Bremond.

Lyssy rushed for 356 yards and all five Falls City touchdowns on 46 carries as the Beavers came back from a 14-7 halftime deficit by scoring 21 points in the third quarter.

2A Division II State Semifinals
Stratford (13-1) vs. Hamlin (11-2)
Falls City (13-1) vs. Mart (11-3)

Previous articleWeekend recap: Rampage stumble in Toronto
Next articleUTSA hires Jeff Traylor as the program’s new head coach
Stephen Michael 26, is a journalist, social media coordinator, host, and entertainment reporter. Michael graduated in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts and earned a Master's Degree in Digital Media in 2020 from the University of the Incarnate Word. He has worked covering the San Antonio Rampage, Stars, and San Antonio Futbol Club. He was the host of the Project Spurs Roundtable on NBC affiliate News 4 San Antonio from 2015-17.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

13 − 12 =