The College Station JV Purple football team shut out Magnolia West 20-0 on Thursday to finish the season 9-1 with an undefeated district championship.

Niam Adams and DaDa Mitchell each rushed for a touchdown, and LJ Hernandez threw a 6-yard TD pass to Keionte Blue.

Adian Porras had two interceptions, and Andrew Eichler added one of his own. Kyle Newsome and Carter Grom were defensive standouts.

The College Station JV Black football team also claimed a district title Thursday, beating Magnolia West 56-14.

Bradley Jones had three rushing touchdowns and a 53-yard TD reception from Lucas Sampson. Sampson added a 42-yard touchdown run and a 52-yard TD pass to Chase Birch.

Will Henson had a 56-yard TD run, and Denim Day added a 56-yard interception return TD.

Tucker Hickman kicked six PATs and tossed a two-point conversion pass to Birch.

College Station Black ended its season 9-1.

Consol JV Maroon defeats Cleveland

Brodie Daniel tossed three TD passes to lead the A&M Consolidated JV Maroon football team to a 49-0 win over Cleveland on Thursday.

Daniel found Christian Dalsing for a 21-yard TD and then Connor Buche for a 22-yard score to stake the Tigers to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter. After TD runs of 32 and 10 yards from Jonathan Minor, Daniel hit Grayson Soltis on a 28-yard TD pass to put Consol up 35-0 at the half.

In the second half, Kyle Collins added a 27-yard TD pass to Mitchell Mangum, and Austin Comte ran for a 21-yard score.

Bryon Davis added an interception.

Consol Maroon finished the season 5-5 and 5-2 in district.

The Consol JV White football team lost its season finale to Columbus 6-0.

Consol freshman Maroon blanks Cleveland

The A&M Consolidated freshman Maroon football team defeated Cleveland 55-0 on Thursday.

Karson Dillard had a 22-yard touchdown run and added a pair of TD passes, a 43-yarder to Cody Urso and a 15-yarder to Wesley Greaves. Greaves also had a 43-yard interception return touchdown.

Jack Sawyer had a 41-yard rushing touchdown, and Carter Frank had a 51-yard TD run. Ethan Zalobny added a 21-yard TD run, and Israel Roberson returned a kickoff for a 50-yard TD. Zalobny recovered a fumble, and Ashton Jasperon recorded an interception.

The Tigers finished the season 6-4.

CS freshman Purple blanks Mag West

Anthony Trevino rushed for four touchdowns in the first quarter to lead the College Station freshman Purple football team to a 48-0 win over Magnolia West on Thursday.

Trevino’s scoring runs of 21, 3 and 2 yards in the first quarter staked College Station to a 20-0 lead. He added a 1-yard TD plunge in the fourth quarter to cap the scoring.

Zach Dang and Isiah Pennygraph added TD runs, and Paul Padron threw an 83-yard TD pass to Alex Ragusa. Antonio Calderon recovered a fumble.

Bryan freshman Silver edges Cy-Woods

The Bryan freshman Silver football team outlasted Cypress Woods 17-15 on Thursday.

Nickolaus Victoria had two rushing touchdowns, and Antoni Cortes added a 19-yard field goal. Brian Lester recorded a sack.

Bryan Silver finishes the season 6-4 and 3-2 in district.

Bryan freshman Blue beats Cy-Woods

Ethan Jimenez rushed for two touchdowns to lead the Bryan freshman Blue football team over Cypress Woods 17-16 on Thursday.

Christian Alor added a 30-yard field goal. Andrew Walker and Christopher Maxey each had fumble recoveries.

Bryan Blue wraps up its season at 6-4 and 4-3 in district.

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