The Cougar football team was 8-3. Unlike the school’s other sports which competed in University Interscholastic League (UIL) districts when the school opened, this was the football team’s first season in UIL competition, and it reached the playoffs.
Award winners were:
Special Teams Award – Ryan Bowersox, sophomore
Offensive Skill – Cole Whittlesey, senior
Offensive Trench – senior Jacob Francis
Defensive Skill – Rajah Preciado, junior
Defensive Interior – Desmond Payton and Randy Cessna, seniors
Blood, Sweat and Tears – Jeremiah Booker, senior
Coaches’ Player – Jake Goergiades, senior
Scout Team – Traes Hogan, sophomore
Cougar Wrestling Varsity Girls finished 1st at the Falcon Classic with the Varsity Boys finishing 4th and the JV Boys finishing 3rd. Cougar Wrestling took 24 wrestlers and 15 of them brought home a top 6 place. All three team placed in the top 5 of the team points race.
Tell Ward placed 1st in the 145-pound division while Carter Clouston won at 220. Cam Ward placed 2nd at 132. Jordan Brumley finished 3rd at 285, Max Tran placed 5th at 160 and Noah Kema was 6th at 170 for the boys team.
Noah Herring (120) took 1st place in his weight class for JV Boys while Jacob Beal (138) finished 2nd, Nash Clouston (106) finished 3rd, Adam Hajj-Ali finished 4th and Trenton Pampbell (138) finished 5th.
Come support Cougar Wrestling as they return to the Brazos Valley too compete in the Annual Doc Hess Wrestling Tournament at Bryan High School. "We, as a wrestling community, better remember it is more than one individual that makes a winner." Dan Gable