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Mair was the driving force behind Lockhart’s 48-20 win over Kyle Lehman. The little-used running back, who is a starter at nose guard, ran for 214 yards and two touchdowns.
• Teidrick Smith, Hallettsville. Rushed 19 times for 144 yards and four touchdowns in Brahmas’s 41-21 win over Edna.
Lockhart 48, Kyle Lehman 20
Cuero 41, Gonzales 14
La Grange 28, Yoakum 27
#7 Hallettsville 41, Edna 21
Luling 46, San Antonio Brooks Academy 0
Natalia 51, Nixon-Smiley 23
#7 Shiner 28, Ganado 19
Shiner St. Paul 60, San Antonio St. Gerard 20
Hallettsville Sacred Heart 20, Bryan Brazos Christian 12
Trenton McGee, Hallettsville
The sophomore wide receiver hauled in eight catches for 259 yards and five touchdowns in the Brahmas’ 49-28 win over Shiner. He scored on receptions that went for 46, 49, 9, 35, and 72 yards respectively.
• Nate Kowalik, Hallettsville.
Completed 17 of his 27 passes for 386 yards and six touchdowns in the Brahmas’ 49-28 victory over Shiner. He also ran for 44 yards.
• Chase Hermes, Yoakum.
We stood shoulder to shoulder and watched the car pull out of the driveway and onto the paved road. Soon it was gone and the smirks we tried to hide turned into stupid grins. “You ready?” I asked.
“Yeah!” answered Rusty. And we took off at a dead run.
Mom and Dad had tickets to the theater in Houston and would stay gone all weekend. Rusty and I had the ranch to ourselves, and the first thing to do was pen the bulls. It was summertime.
“You want to ride first?” I asked.
“No, you go first,” he said.