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LUBBOCK – Four Midland ISD swimmers each had two gold medals during the Lubbock Mini-Invitational, Thursday at Pete Ragus Aquatic Center. Senior Holden Lewis and sophomore Aidan Pope each garnered a pair of golds to lead the Legacy boys swim team. Lewis and Pope teamed up with Reid Davis and Gendry Morales to help the Rebels win the 200-yard medley relay with a time of 2 minutes, 10.91 seconds. Lewis also finished first in the 100 backstroke (1:12.43), while Pope won the 200 freestyle (2:19.01). Sophomore Lanie Atwater and junior Sadie Ryan took home two golds for the Midland High girls team. Atwater, Sadie Ryan, Alyssa Campbell and Sarah Ryan guided the MHS 200 medley relay team to the top podium spot (2:16.79). Atwater was the winner in the 100 back (1:12.90) and Sadie Ryan claimed first in the 100 IM (1:15.96). MHS sophomore Lynsey Hoppman won the 200 free (2:38.45). Big Spring junior Malaki Vaughn took first in the 100 free (1:04.90) and was a part of the Lady Steers’ winning 200 free relay team. Lubbock Mini-Invitational At Pete Ragus Aquatic Center, Lubbock Thursday Top 3 area results only listed Boys 200-yard medley relay – 1. Legacy (Aidan Pope, Reid Davis, Gendry Morales, Holden Lewis) 2 minutes, 10.00 seconds; 2. Midland High (Ian Ramsay, Caleb Brown, Aaron Stubbs, Jacob Sinclair) 2:10.91 200 free – 1. Pope, Legacy, 2:19.01 50 free – 3. Morales, Legacy, 28.14 100 fly – 1. Ramsay, Midland, 1:10.80; 3. Stubbs, Midland, 1:16.57 100 free – 3. Davis, Legacy, 1:02.65 100 back – 1. Lewis, Legacy, 1:12.43; 2. Pope, Legacy, 1:13.93; 3. David Summers, Big Spring, 1:14.02 200 free relay – 2. Legacy (Morales, Christian Leyva, Pope, Lewis) 1:52.52; 3. Big Spring (Summers, Christian Pantoja-Strickland, Mario Pedraza, Ismael Castillo) 1:55.69 Girls 200 medley relay – 1. Midland (Lanie Atwater, Alyssa Campbell, Sadie Ryan, Sarah Ryan) 2:16.79; 2. Big Spring (Malaki Vaughn, Arely Cruz-Garcia, Naomi Reyes, Avarielle Nuno) 2:23.25 200 free – 1. Lynsey Hoppman, Midland, 2:38.45; 2. Sar. Ryan, Midland, 2:38.45 100 IM – 1. Sad. Ryan, Midland, 1:15.98; 2. Reyes, Big Spring, 1:17.10; 3. Vaughn, Big Spring, 1:18.24 50 free – 2. Campbell, Midland, 29.17; 3. Atwater, Midland, 30.20 100 fly – 2. Campbell, Midland, 1:20.95; 3. Steffany Pina Arment, Big Spring, 1:30.87 100 free – 1. Vaughn, Big Spring, 1:04.90; 2. Sad. Ryan, Midland, 1:06.23 100 back – 1. Atwater, Midland, 1:12.90; 2. Cruz-Garcia, Big Spring, 1:17.78 100 breast – 3. Hannah Hall, Legacy, 1:30.44 200 free relay – 1. Big Spring (Reyes, Cruz-Garcia, Nuno, Vaughn) 2:00.83; 3. Midland (Atwater, Rylee Blagg, Hoppman, Natalie Mellen) 2:13.59 Written By Midland Reporter Telegram ...

10/10/2021

The Legacy first-team offense could not be stopped Friday night. The Rebels’ first teamers took the field 10 times and scored 10 touchdowns. When it was all said and done, Legacy rolled to a 68-28 rout of Wolfforth Frenship in Friday’s District 2-6A football game at Grande Communications Stadium. The No. 19-ranked Rebels (6-1, 2-0) had numerous offensive stars in the blowout. Running back/slot receiver Donny Bishop scored five touchdowns, rushed for 122 yards on seven carries and had four catches for 175 yards. LHS sophomore quarterback Marcos Davila enjoyed the best game of his young career, completing 11 of 14 passes for 300 yards and four TD passes. Davila added 44 yards rushing to finish with 344 total yards of offense. Makhilyn Young had his fifth 100-yard rushing game of the season, carrying the ball 17 times for 180 yards and three touchdowns. Christopher Brazzell had 85 yards receiving and a TD. “We executed on all levels,” Young said. “We did our thing. We did our job. We handled the little things and executed what we needed to execute.” The Rebels’ 55 first-half points fell one point shy of the school record of 56 scored in a single half. “Offensively, there were too many guys to say how good they were,” LHS head coach Clint Hartman. “You have the Makhilyns, the Bishops, the Brazzells, all the guys that got the ball. But those five (linemen) up front, they are pretty good. People don’t ever give those five guys enough credit. I do. They’re a good unit. They’re really good when all five of those guys are firing. They gave us four or five different (defensive) fronts and it didn’t matter. They just applied their rules. It’s a testament to (offensive line coaches) Boe Smith and Coach (Brent) Swanson. I hadn’t really been overly happy even after every win. This one I am more happy than I have ever been.” The first quarter started off as a shootout. Chad Pharies led the Tigers to touchdowns on their first three scoring drives. Pharies got the scoring started when he ran around the left side of his offensive line and scored on a 63-yard TD run. Pharies also scrambled for a 20-yard scoring run on third-and-long and his 75-yard TD pass to Kaden Meier pushed Frenship to a 21-14 lead with 3:40 to play in the first quarter. “We have to clean up the first quarter where we had two blown coverages,” Hartman said. “They made plays. That quarterback is good as advertised. He slid around the pocket, made throws. If you go back, we had a couple of missed sacks that we missed. That’s him (making plays). We settled down after the two blown coverages. We can’t afford those in big games. But we did talk today, sometimes the offense needs the defense. Sometimes the defense needs the offense. And after that, we played Rebel football. We’ve got a pretty good club. We’re going to keep driving and pushing them.” The Rebels, though. answered every one of the Tigers’ scores. Davila and Bishop connected for LHS’ first two scores through the air. A 30-yard TD run by Young tied the game at 21-all with 2:49 left in the first. The game’s turning point occurred on the Tigers’ fourth possession when the Rebel defense forced a three-and-out at the end of the first quarter. LHS defenders Cole Stapleton and Jeremiah Alvarado combined for a sack on second down and Chase Barton provided a sack on third down, forcing the first punt of the game. That three-and-out started a string of five consecutive stops by the Rebel defense. “When the defense goes, we go,” Young said. “When the offense goes, they go. We all follow each other. One thing led to another, it wasn’t a shootout no more. (The defense) played on all cylinders. We played on all cylinders and it was game.” During that stretch, the LHS offense continued to pour on the points, finishing the half with 41 unanswered points. Young broke away on a 54-yard run up the middle to extend Legacy’s lead to 41-21 with 5:49 remaining in the third. On Frenship’s ensuing possession, the Tigers fumbled the ball on a trick play, which was scooped up by Cole Stapleton and returned 29 yards to the Frenship 45. On the next play, Davila went deep to Bishop for a 45-yard TD pass, giving LHS a 49-21 advantage with 3:19 left in the first half. The Rebels weren’t finished, as Davila connected with Christopher Brazzell on an 81-yard TD pass on the offense’s final possession of the half. Legacy went into halftime with a comfortable 55-21 lead after being engaged in a first-quarter battle. The Rebels first-team offense carried its success into the second half, scoring on both of its possessions to take a 68-28 lead. Bishop sprinted away from the Tiger defense on 64-yard run, his fifth score of the game. Follow Christopher on Twitter: @chris_MRTsports LEGACY 68, WOLFFORTH FRENSHIP 28 Frenship 21 0 0 7 -- 28 Legacy 28 27 13 0 -- 68 First Quarter FRE – Chad Pharies 63 run (Jeremiah Adams kick), 10:33 LHS – Donny Bishop 44 pass from Marcos Davila (Gunner Meade kick), 9:14 FRE – Pharies 20 run (Adams kick), 5:12 LHS – Bishop 56 pass from Davila (Meade kick), 3:52 FRE – Kaden Meier 75 pass from Phaires (Adams kick), 3:40 LHS – Makhilyn Young 30 run (Meade kick), 2:49 LHS – Young 4 run (Meade kick), 0:47 Second Quarter LHS – Bishop 24 run (Meade kick), 8:20 LHS – Young 54 run (run failed), 5:49 LHS – Bishop 45 pass from Davila (Young run), 3:19 LHS – Christopher Brazzell 81 pass from Davila (run failed), 0:59 Third Quarter LHS – Addison Akbar 6 run (kick failed), 8:14 LHS – Bishop 64 run (Meade kick), 6:03 Fourth Quarter FRE – Meier 25 interception return (Adams kick), 11:14 FRE LHS First downs 13 28 Rushes-yards 32-162 43-443 Passing yards 231 305 Comp.-Att.-Int. 12-23-0 12-16-1 Punts-Avg. 6-45.0 0-0.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards 10-137 5-55 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING – Frenship, Chad Pharies 18-113, Tai’Ja Smith 11-42, Jermiah Washington 3-7.Legacy, Makhilyn Young 17-180, Donny Bishop 7-122, Marcos Davila 2-44, Mason Daehling 6-42, Aidan Acosta 6-23, Faustino Salazar 3-23, Addison Akbar 1-6, Logan Kinne 1-3. PASSING – Frenship, Pharies 11-21-0—216, Gage Cobb 1-2-0—15. Legacy, Davila 11-14-0—300, Daehling 1-2-1—5. RECEIVING – Frenship, Andrew Braddock 3-78, Kaden Meier 1-75, Sterling Inman 1-30, Gavin Phillips 3-20, Smith 1-15, Brooks Roberson 1-8, Landon Hutcheson 2-5. Legacy, Bishop 4-175, Christopher Brazzell 2-85, Addison Akbar 2-21, Young 2-11, Nate Suttle 1-8, Deonta Sonnier 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS – Frenship, Meier 1-25. Photo of Christopher Hadorn Written By Christopher Hadorn Reach Christopher on Sports reporter for the Midland Reporter-Telegram....

10/9/2021

LEGACY WINS EPIC FIVE-SETTER An epic comeback from two games down put Legacy High School in control of the District 2-6A volleyball race. Legacy (26-10 overall) improved to 8-0 in district play and its 27-29, 16-25, 25-21, 25-21, 16-14 victory over Frenship gave the Lady Rebels a two-game lead over Frenship with four games to play. Considering that Legacy has swept Frenship, and Legacy might as well have a three-game lead for all intents and purposes. The Legacy defense came through with five players recording double-digit digs, including 39 from Sydney Leavitt. Marisa Calzada added 20. Christallynn Tate led Legacy with 10 kills, Loredana Fouonji added nine blocks, and Kendall Harrington and Yani Flores combined for 43 assists. "This team is relentless," Legacy coach Rachel Anglin said. "They knew what it required to come back from a 2-0 deficit, and they proved that tonight. Each and every person on this team did their part to win this game tonight. I am beyond proud of the grit they showed." Frenship falls to 20-16 and 6-2. LEGACY DEF. FRENSHIP, 27-29, 16-25, 25-21, 25-21, 16-14 Kills: Tate 10, Harrington 9, Fouonji 8, Tarter 7, McCright 5, Riley 4, Calzada 2, Flores 1, Robinson 1 Digs: Leavitt 39, Calzada 20, Harrington 17, Flores 16, Robinson 15, McCright 7, Fouonji 4, Tarter 3, Riley 3, Tate 1 Blocks: Fouonji 9, Tate 7, McCright 3, Riley 3, Harrington 1 Assists: Harrington 22, Flores 21, Leavitt 2, Calzada 1 Aces: Robinson 1 MHS WINS THRILLER OVER CENTRAL SAN ANGELO -- Midland High sits comfortably in third place in District 2-6A after a five-set victory over San Angelo Central on Friday night. The Lady Bulldogs won 25-17, 25-15, 14-25, 24-26, 15-3 to improve to 5-3 in district and 17-14 overall. Central falls to 3-5 and 13-18. Leading the way for Midland High was Aiyah Clinton with 12 kills and 16 digs. Imani Parker recorded 20 assists and Madison Wade added 15 more. Samantha Bustillos had 25 digs for the Lady Bulldogs. MHS DEF. CENTRAL, 25-17, 25-15, 14-25, 24-26, 15-3 Kills – Clinton 12, Harris 9, Boehler 6, Swisher 5, Day 5, Utter 4, Brittain 2, Johnson 1 Blocks – Boehler 5, Clinton 3, Harris 3, Day 3 Aces – Clinton 3, Wade 1, Bustos 1 Digs – Bustos 25, Clinton 16, Zamora 8, Parker 5, Wade 5, Swisher 3, Harris 2, Boehler 1, Utter 1 Assists – Parker 20, Wade 15, Clinton 3, Bustos 1 DISTRICT 2-6A VOLLEYBALL STANDINGS District Overall W L W L Legacy 8 0 26 10 Frenship 6 2 20 16 Midland 5 3 17 14 SA Central 3 5 13 18 Permian 2 4 25 12 Abilene 2 5 17 17 Odessa 0 7 6 15 Friday’s results Legacy def. Franship, 27-29, 16-25, 25-21, 25-21, 16-14; Midland High def. San Angelo Central, 25-17, 25-15, 14-25, 24-26, 15-3; Odessa High vs. Odessa Permian, late; Abilene High was open Tuesday’s matches Frenship at Midland High; Legacy at Odessa Permian; Abilene High at San Angelo Central; all matches at 6 p.m.; Odessa High is open Photo of Midland Reporter-Telegram Written By Midland Reporter-Telegram Staff reporter for the Midland Reporter-Telegram...

10/9/2021

The Legacy volleyball team did a splendid job Tuesday night of limiting San Angelo Central’s runs. Whenever the Lady Bobcats appeared to be gaining some momentum, the Lady Rebels fired back, and did so in impressive fashion. Legacy put together a consistent performance with its 25-16, 25-15, 25-17 victory over Central to kick off the second half of District 2-6A at Rebel Gymnasium. Kendall Harrington led LHS with nine kills and 21 assists to go with 26 assists, Sydney Leavitt had a team-high 27 digs, Loredana Fouonji shined at the net with 10 blocks, Haley Robinson had 13 digs and Christallynn Tate provided eight kills. The Lady Rebels (25-10, 7-0) remained unbeaten in league play and will host second-place Wolfforth Frenship (20-14, 6-1) at 5 p.m. Friday in a showdown for first place in District 2-6A. “We’re expecting an intense game,” Legacy head coach Rachel Anglin said. “They’re a very good team. They’ve been a good team and a good program for years now. Our girls have been preparing for this and they know that every game and every practice is preparing them for the next, so they’re ready.” LHS won the first meeting 3-2 earlier this season at Frenship. The Lady Rebels have a chance to take a two-match lead over the Lady Tigers this Friday. “We’re expecting a fight,” Tate said. “Frenship gave us a tough game and we battled through. Everybody played great, they played great. They gave us a competition and that’s what we have been working towards. This is a game that we’ve been preparing for and we’re ready to give them everything that we’ve got.” The Lady Bobcats (13-17, 3-4) had their chances to turn Tuesday’s match into a competitive game. Central cut Legacy’s lead to 7-5 in the first set before the Lady Rebels answered with an 11-2 run to extend their lead to 18-8. The Lady Bobcats cut it back to a six-point deficit at 21-15, but the Lady Rebels finished the set with three consecutive points, with two of the points coming off kills from Tate and Harrington before Yani Flores ended it with an ace. “We’re really big on trying to respond quick and not give teams two or three points,” Anglin said. “Just respond after that first one, and they did a good job of doing that tonight.” Central’s Morgan Strain cut Legacy’s lead to 11-7 with a kill in the second set. But once again, LHS fired back with an 8-2 run to extend its advantage to 19-9. During that run, Flores dug a hard attack and passed it perfectly to Harrington, who finished off the point with a kill. “We really focus on that,” Tate said. “We always try to come back. We don’t want to get too deep in a hole. We work a lot on that in practices, scenario things. What can we do to be better, what to expect with different things. It takes a lot, but we practice it a lot.” The Lady Bobcats kept it close in the third set, trailing 18-15 after a block. However, the Lady Rebels went on a 7-2 run to complete the sweep. Tate had two kills and a block down the stretch of the third set. “I’m very proud of our team,” Anglin said. “This is a great group of girls and I told them before we broke out tonight, let’s keep this good thing going as long as we can and I hope that we do.” Follow Christopher on Twitter: @chris_MRTsports LEGACY DEF. SAN ANGELO CENTRAL 25-16, 25-15, 25-17 Legacy statistics Kills – Kendall Harrington 9, Christallynn Tate 8, Loredana Fouonji 6, Callie McCright 5, Jordyn Tarter 5, Yani Flores 2, Hyla Riley 2 Digs – Sydney Leavitt 27, Harrington 26, Haley Robinson 13, Marisa Calzada 9, Flores 7, Fouonji 5, Radwanski 4, Tarter 2, Riley 2, Alejandra Garcia 2, Tate 1, McCright 1 Assists – Harrington 21, Flores 18 Blocks – Fouonji 10, Tate 4, Harrington 2, Riley 1, McCright 1 Aces – Flores 1, Leavitt 1, Fouonji 1, Calzada 1, Garcia 1 Photo of Christopher Hadorn Written By Christopher Hadorn Reach Christopher on Sports reporter for the Midland Reporter-Telegram....

10/5/2021

LEGACY BEATS ABILENE HIGH The Legacy volleyball team was perfect during the first half of the District 2-6A season. The Lady Rebels finished its 6-0 start with a 25-10, 24-26, 25-10, 25-15 victory Friday night over Abilene High. Leading the way were Loredana Fouonji, Kendall Harrington and Callie McCright, who combined for 39 kills. Fouonji and Yani Flores each had big nights with a double-doubles (16 kills and 11 blocks for Fouonji and 25 assists and 15 digs for Flores). McCright added five blocks of her own to go with 10 kills. Harrington had a triple double with 13 kills, a team-high 27 assists and 10 digs. Defensively, Sydney Leavitt recorded 28 digs, and Haley Robinson added 12. LEGACY DEF. ABILENE HIGH, 25-10, 24-26, 25-10, 25-15 Assists -- Harrington 27, Flores 25, Leavitt 4, Fouonji 1 Kills -- Fouonji 16, Harrington 13, McCright 10, Tate 7, Riley 3, Radwanski 3, Tarter 2, Flores 2, Calzada 1 Blocks -- Fouonji 11, McCright 5, Tate 4, Riley 3, Harrington 1 Aces -- Robinson 2, Leavitt 2, Flores 1 Digs -- Leavitt 28, Flores 15, Calzada 13, Robinson 12, Harrington 10, Fouonji 6, Riley 3, McCright 3, Tate 2, Radwanski 2, Thompson 1, Garcia 1 DISTRICT 2-6A VOLLEYBALL STANDINGS District Overall W L W L Legacy 6 0 24 10 Frenship 5 1 19 14 Midland 3 3 15 14 SA Central 2 3 12 16 Permian 2 4 25 12 Abilene 2 4 17 16 Odessa 0 5 6 13 Friday’s results Legacy def. Abilene High, 25-10, 24-26, 25-10, 25-15; Wolfforth Frenship def. Odessa Permian, 25-17, 25-21, 27-25; San Angelo Central vs. Odessa High, late; Midland High was open Tuesday’s matches San Angelo Central at Legacy; Midland High at Abilene High; Odessa High at Wolfforth Frenship; all matches at 6 p.m.; Odessa Permian is open Photo of Midland Reporter-Telegram Written By Midland Reporter-Telegram Staff reporter for the Midland Reporter-Telegram...

10/2/2021

ABILENE — Once again, the No. 20-ranked Legacy football team was unfazed by another two-score deficit in the second half. The Rebels had trouble stopping Abilene High and its methodical offense Friday night. The Eagles kept moving the chains behind their one-two punch of quarterback Abel Ramirez and running back Da’King Thomas. But Makhilyn Young and LHS had too much firepower in the end. Young ran 28 times for 238 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Rebels to a 42-33 comeback victory over the Eagles during their District 2-6A opener at Shotwell Stadium. Young gave LHS (4-1, 1-0) a two-score lead when he found the end zone on a 21-yard run with 2:01 remaining. On the play prior, Marcos Davila launched a deep ball to Christopher Brazzell for a 50-yard pass on third-and-12 from the LHS’ 29. If Abilene (3-3, 1-1) had stopped the Rebels, it would have given the ball back to Ramirez (107 rushing yards), Thomas (132 rushing yards) and company. “He’s a big-time player,” Young said of Davila’s throw. “He got a little frustrated with a couple of picks. Our biggest focus was to let him get refocused. When he’s in his prime, he gets going. He plays like the Marcos Davila that everyone knows.” Abilene took a 27-13 lead over LHS when Thomas broke away on a 33-yard TD run on a fourth and-1 with 6:19 remaining in the third. However, the Rebels responded with 15 unanswered points to take a 28-27 advantage at the end of the third quarter. The second score occurred when Young burst up the middle for a 65-yard TD run, which put him over the 1,000-yard rushing mark for the second straight season. Young already has three 200-yard rushing performances this season. “I told them what I always tell them, they’re the best in the state,” Young said of his offensive line. “Seth Heller, Trevor Van Husen, (Girevis) Bobey, (Garrett) Whitehill, everyone on that O-line does a tremendous job and I don’t think they get enough credit for what they do.” The Eagles bounced back, as Ramirez evaded a Rebel pass rusher, rolled out of the pocket and connected with his brother Anthony Ramirez for a 20-yard TD pass, giving AHS a 33-28 lead. But Legacy responded when Davila threw a swing pass to Donny Bishop for 17-yard TD, which gave the Rebels the lead for good at 35-33 with 6:53 remaining. Nate Suttle on the drive had an 11-yard catch on fourth-and-8 to extend the drive. “Hat’s off to Mike Fullen and the Abilene High staff, they kept us off-balanced, offensively and defensively with two-tight ends, no-tight ends,” LHS head coach Clint Hartman. “Their tailback (Thomas) is as good as advertised. The quarterback (Ramirez) kept extending plays. I’m proud of the resiliency of the Rebels. We’re not used to losing around here. We don’t average many losses a year. Our kids never flinched. You’re down two touchdowns. Our kids are all positive, let’s just do our job. Do our job.” The Eagles put the Rebels in a hole early, as they opened the game with a 10-play, 75-yard scoring drive that was capped off by an 8-yard TD run from Thomas. After going three-and-out on their first possession, the Rebels sputtered on their second series, as Abilene’s Beckham Paul intercepted a pass on third-and-12 and returned it down to the LHS 3-yard line. Thomas followed with a 3-yard TD run, extending the Eagles’ lead to 13-0 with 3:40 left in the first quarter. Legacy’s offense got out of its funk on its next possession, as Young scored on a 1-yard run to cut the deficit to 13-6 with 57 seconds left in the first. Earlier on the drive, Bishop caught an 8-yard pass from Davila to convert a fourth-and-5 at the AHS’ 27. Midway through the second quarter, the Eagles pieced together an 11-play, 63-yard TD drive that ended with a 1-yard QB sneak from Ramirez. AHS led 20-6 with 5:55 left in the first half. Abilene had success against Young and the LHS ground game on their first four possessions, but that changed on the fifth when the senior tailback weaved through the Eagle defense for a 46-yard TD run. Legacy trailed 20-13 with 4:05 left in the second. AHS drove into Legacy territory and had a chance to take a two-score lead before half but missed a 25-yard field goal that bounced off the left goal post. Follow Christopher on Twitter: @chris_MRTsports LEGACY 42, ABILENE HIGH 33 Legacy 6 7 15 14 -- 42 Abilene 13 7 7 6 -- 33 First Quarter AHS – Da’King Thomas 8 run (Anthony Ramirez kick), 7:19 AHS – Thomas 3 run (kick failed), 3:40 LHS – Makhilyn Young 1 run (run failed), 0:57 Second Quarter AHS – Abel Ramirez 1 run (An. Ramirez kick), 5:55 LHS – Young 46 run (Gunner Meade kick), 4:05 Third Quarter AHS – Thomas 33 run (An. Ramirez kick), 6:19 LHS – Young 7 run (Addison Akbar run), 3:27 LHS – Young 65 run (Gunner Meade kick), 0:09 Fourth Quarter AHS – An. Ramirez 20 pass from Ab. Ramirez (run failed), 9:23 LHS – Donny Bishop 17 pass from Marcos Davila (Meade kick), 6:53 LHS – Young 21 run (Meade kick), 2:01 LHS AHS First Downs 21 30 Rushes-yards 29-228 44-240. Passing yards 244 252 Comp.-Att.-Int. 15-26-2 23-37-0 Fumbles-lost 1-0 0-0 Punts-Avg. 2-41.0 3-39.0 Penalties-yds. 8-85 5-55 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING – Legacy, Makhilyn Young 28-238, Marcos Davila 1(-10), Abilene, Abel Ramirez 24-107, Da’King Thomas 20-132. PASSING – Legacy, Davila 15-26-2—244. Abilene, Ab. Ramirez 23-37-0—252. RECEIVING – Legacy, Christopher Brazzell 6-127, Donny Bishop 5-74, Young 2-20, Nate Suttle 1-11, Addison Akbar 1-12. Abilene, Anthony Ramirez 9-127, Austin Wood 8-56, Thomas 2-22, Daniel Gebhart 2-27, Jackson Howie 1-13, DeMarco Upshaw 1-7. INTERCEPTIONS – Abilene, Beckham Paul 1-25. MISSED FIELD GOALS – Abilene, An. Ramirez 25 (WL). Photo of Christopher Hadorn Written By Christopher Hadorn Reach Christopher on Sports reporter for the Midland Reporter-Telegram....

10/2/2021

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