Wednesday, December 27, 2017. Joaquin Rams Gymnasium –

The Shelbyville Lady Dragons Varsity Basketball Team suffered a lopsided 66-31 loss to the Martinsville Lady Pirates, Wednesday at the Ninth Annual Tenaha Holiday Hoops Tournament opening round game, played at Joaquins’ Rams Gymnasium.

The Lady Dragons struggled offensively and two 3-pointers by Lady Pirate Haley Moon, and eight second-quarter points by teammate Kara Revill gave Martinsville a 31-15 lead by the midway point of the contest.

Martinsville eventually took the 66-31 win. They got 21 points from Kara Revill and 17 from Hannah Choate.  Shelbyville freshman forward Kouja Gates had six points in the final quarter en route to posting a team high 14 point outing.

The Joaquin Rams Boys’ Varsity Basketball Team opened up their Tenaha Holiday Hoops Tournament play with an early Wednesday game with the White Oak Roughnecks. The game was close throughout but White Oak eventually took a narrow 44-42 win.

The first quarter was a defensive battle and White Oak held a tight 4-3 lead at the end of the opening period. Scoring picked up in the second period. Ellie Huerta hit a 3-point basket from outside to pull the Rams to within 16-8 with two minutes left before halftime. Ram Matthew Silvey sank a basket just before the midway intermission and Joaquin trailed the Roughnecks 20-12 going into the third frame.

Joaquin scored eight unanswered points to start the second half and tied the game at 20-20 by the 6 minute mark of the third stanza. Joaquin led 30-29 at the end of the third quarter.

White Oak’s Chandler Benson caught on fire early in the final period and he helped the Roughnecks take a 38-32 lead by midway through the fourth period. Tray Wilkerson scored eight points for Joaquin in the final period but Joaquin couldn’t get the final two points to tie the game near game’s end.

Elli Huerta led the Rams with 15 points. Tray Wilkerson scored eight for Joaquin, Conner Bragg 6, Lorenzo Lane 4, Nick Matthews 4, and Matthew Silvey score two points. Cameron Bates was high-point man for the Roughnecks with 14 points.

The Joaquin Lady Rams Girls Varsity basketball team found themselves trailing the Grapeland Sandiettes 61-36 going into the final period of Wednesday’s opening round game at Joaquin High School. 

Lady Ram Eboni Adams opened up the fourth period with a 3-point bomb but Grapeland went on a run which would see the Sandiettes lead balloon to 74-43 just five minutes later. The final score was Grapeland 77 Joaquin 50.

Joaquin was led by Day’Za Lane with 27 points and Desere’ Cooper with 11 points.  Hannah Chipman and Tiera Jones each had 20 points for the Sandiettes.

The Tenaha Lady Tigers took a 17-7 lead by the end of their first round game with the Cushing Galkats, at Tenaha’s Special Events Center, on Wednesday. By halftime Tenaha had ballooned their lead to 34-13.

Eventually Tenaha would have three players contribute a double-figure performance and the Lady Tigers took a 68-33 win. High scorer for THS was Arlicia Roland with 18 points, Bianca Davison had 13, and JoJo Thompson added 11 points. Kristin McCormack had 18 points for the Galkats.

The Lady Tigers followed their win over Cushing with a second round tournament win, later on Thursday, with a 42-28 win over the Edgewood Lady Bulldogs. Tenaha jumped out to a 14-4 lead in the first quarter. By halftime Tenaha led 25-16 and the third period saw THS leading 33-20.

The Tenaha Tigers Boys Varsity team took a 53-42 win over the Port Aransas Marlins to open up their Holiday Hoops opening round action on Thursday. The Tigers led 16-13 at the end of the first period. They grew their lead to 28-16 by halftime, and took a 42-26 lead by the end of the third period.

Trai Gardner led the Tigers with 25 points. Teammate Hayden Jenkins added eight points to the THS tally sheet. Leading Port Aransas was Zach Brown with 17 points.

The Timpson Lady Bears fell to the LaPoynor Lady Flyers by a narrow 49-45 final score at Tenahas’ SEC on Thursday. Timpson led 16-10 at the end of the opening period. At halftime THS led 24-20.The Lady Bears trailed 35-38 by the end of the third stanza.

Te’Aire Hambrick led the Lady Flyers with 24 points. Timpson was led by Jasmine Rogers with 14 points, Brylee Behrens added 12, Ja’Karia Deckard 9, LaitonBraddock 7, and McKenzie Burgay chipped in three points.

December 22, 2017 - John Idrogo has learned a lot about the dos and don'ts of deer hunting over the years. In hindsight, the 48-year-old hunter from Tyler claims the most valuable - and toughest - of those lessons is one he had much rather forget.

Shift to the 2014 deer season. It was a dreary day during the Thanksgiving holidays and Idrogo was sharing a Henderson County box blind with his young son, J.J. Only eight years old at the time, J.J. had never taken a crack at a deer before and he was anxious to get blood on his hands for the first time.

The woods had been particularly quiet and the two hunters hadn't seen much other than squirrels and songbirds. Idrogo had grown so bored in the blind that he reached for his cell phone to check e-mails while his son peered out the window looking for any signs of movement.

That's when the wake up call came.

"We were just sitting there and J.J. yelled 'look dad, it's a buck!'" Idrogo recalled. "I'm like, yeah, right. When I looked up, there he stood. It was a really nice 10-pointer. He was broadside to us, probably 70 yards away."

What happened next hatched into a nightmare that has haunted J.J.'s father ever since.

Rather than handing the .223 to his son, Idrogo grabbed the rifle and hastily shot at the deer himself. J.J., meanwhile, just sat there and watched as the buck ran away and melted into the brush.

Realizing the crappy deed he had just carried out, Idrogo said he was instantly stricken with guilt and grief.

"I felt terrible about it," he said. "What I did was very selfish. I didn't even hand him the gun. I shot at the deer myself and I felt guilty as heck about it. I told J.J. right then that I was sorry - that I'd never do that to him again."

Indrogo eventually got a little redemption when J.J. shot his first doe, but the shameful feeling of having robbed his son of the opportunity to shoot the buck lived on in the back of his mind until last month. That's when J.J., now 11, finally brought his dad's conscious some serious relief in a really big way.

Hunting on a 1,200-acre low-fence lease in Smith County on opening weekend, the youth hunter shot a whale of a buck that may be the highest scoring open range non-typical whitetail ever shot in the county. It is by far the biggest Smith County non-typical ever reported to the Texas Big Game Awards, a hunter recognition program run jointly by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Texas Wildlife Association since 1992.

J.J. Idrogo with his 17-point bruiser shot earlier this season in Smith County. Taken on a 1,200-acre open range lease, the buck is the biggest TBGA non-typical ever reported from Smith County. It is sure to be among the top scoring non-typicals killed in all of East Texas this season. (Courtesy Photo)Idrogo's buck, a massive 17 pointer, was originally scored for TBGA at 190 6/8 gross and 178 net B&C by TPWD wildlife biologist Larry LeBeau of Tyler. LeBeau said he had some questions regarding a few of the measurements on the freak antlers, so he invited fellow biologist and official B&C scorer Billy Lambert of Hearne to do a re-score. The official green gross score before 60 days drying stands at 186, Idrogo said.

The 5 1/2-year-old buck will fall well shy of the 195 net score required for non-typical entry to the B&C all-time record book, but you won't hear J.J. complaining about it. The Brown Elementary 5th grader is much too busy soaking up the attention and learning all he can about his newest passion.

"I used to watch Netflix a lot, but now I watch the Outdoor Channel and hunting videos on You Tube all the time," the youth hunter said. "I'm learning a lot about deer hunting and all the different products out there. It's pretty neat."

One aspect of the game that Idrogo has become particularly obsessed with is horn rattling during the rut.

Understandably so. Witnessing a giant buck coming to the sounds of a buck fight is a rare sight that just about every deer hunter dreams about, but only a handful are fortunate enough to experience in a lifetime of hunting. For an 11-year-old kid to see such a thing can have life-changing implications.

"My dad rattled and next thing we knew there he was, looking for a fight," J.J. said. "I'll never forget it."

Indeed, there was some serious mojo dancing in the air along the Sabine River bottom during opening weekend of the 2017 deer season. To hear John Idrogo tell it, he believes the big buck his son shot on the morning of Nov. 5 was truly a Godsend.

"I remember laying in my cot the night before," he said. "We had just finished eating soup I had warmed over campfire when a friend texted sme an Internet link to a story about a giant typical buck that a guy (Bryan O'Neal of Quitman) had killed in Smith County last year. After I read that story I put my hand on my Bible and thought to myself how great it would be if J.J. could kill a big buck like that. I swear, that was the last thought I had before I went to sleep."

The Hunt of a Lifetime

The youth hunter's buck had a kingsize body to go with its massive antlers. To put things in perspective, J.J. weighs 120 pounds and stands 5 feet, 2 inches tall. (Courtesy Photo)Opening weekend turned off unseasonably warm and muggy across eastern Texas but the Idrogos decided to head to the lease anyway. They made it to their stand well before sunrise on Sunday morning and saw the first signs of activity about 7 a.m.

Their stand is positioned between several blinds on a woodline at the edge of a long pipeline, providing a clear view for several hundred yards to the left and right.

"The first deer we saw was a pretty nice buck," John Idrogo said. "I looked at him through my binoculars but he was way too far to shoot, probably close to 400 yards. He disappeared and we never saw him again."

Nearly an hour passed with no action and Idrogo could tell his son was beginning to get antsy. That's when he decided to reach for the rattle bag in his pack.

The Magic of Rattling

A rattle bag contains several hard plastic cylinders that are bound in a loose cluster. Placed between two hands and rubbed side-to-side the cylinders create clashing, tickling noises intended to emulate the sounds of two bucks in a sparring match. The idea is to stir the curiosity of other bucks and bring them closer. The trick doesn't always work, but when it does it can be like magic.

"I've been hunting for 32 years and fooled around with rattling off and on," Idrogo said. "I've never had much luck doing it, but I've always been intrigued by it. I'd been seeing quite a bit of buck activity driving to work that week. I thought they might be chasing does, so I thought what the heck and gave it a try."

Idrogo said he placed the rattle bag outside the stand window and rubbed it vigorously for about 30 seconds.

"J.J. sort of perked up after that," he said. "We were both watching the pipeline when all of the sudden this buck stepped out, probably 150 yards away. I had no idea how big he was at first, but when I looked at him through the binoculars I could tell he was really thick and tall. He had something hanging off on one side that looked like a drop tine, but it turned out to be a vine from tearing up the brush."

J.J. is convinced the sounds from his dad's rattle bag had put the buck in the mood to brawl.

"He was walking across the pipeline, sort of looking back and forth like he was looking for a fight," he said. "He slowed down a little bit and that's when I took the shot. At first I thought I'd missed because he didn't do much. His tail didn't twitch or anything. He just kept walking for about 20 yards. Then he just fell over."

John Indrogo said it wasn't until they walked up close to the buck that he realized the true majesty of the animal his son had taken.

"He was huge," he said. "The grass on the pipeline was pretty tall, but we could see antlers sticking up everywhere. He was giant body-wise, too. I'm guessing he weighed at least 225 pounds. J.J. was jumping up and down like he'd just won the lottery."

In reality, he had.

Bucks like this one don't come along on open range very often. And when they do, it sometimes comes a total surprise to everyone involved.

According to Idrogo, the buck his son shot came as a complete shock to everyone else on the lease.

"There are eight members on our club and four of them hunt pretty seriously," he said. "Nobody had ever seen this deer before. No game camera pictures or anything. He just showed out of nowhere and I'm so glad he did. I handed J.J. the gun instantly. I don't care if he had 100 points. I'd do it all over again."

Matt Williams is a freelance writer based in Nacogdoches. He can be reached by e-mail,

Center High School. December 20, 2017 –

On Wednesday morning, Jaterious Evans signed a college letter of intent to play football, next year, for Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas. The senior is looking forward to getting a shot at contributing to the team’s need at the safety position.

Evans played on offense, defense and special teams for the Center Roughriders during his high school career. His brother, Octavius Evans played for Boise State this season and travelled home for the signing.

Jaterious was a big part of Center’s upset win in basketball, on Tuesday night, when the Center Roughriders defeated #1 ranked Silsbee High School 76-74.

‘Riders Head Football Coach Barry Bowman was on hand for the ceremony and said, “ We are of proud Jaterious he is a great athlete and carries himself well, and is also a great person and student.”

Evans plans to major in business.  He said, “ Im glad to take my talents to SFA. I like the University being close to home and I’m hoping to get a lot of playing time here!”

Evans had a great senior year in 2017 as a football player. He scored 12 touchdowns, had 32 tackles, 61 receptions for 1078 yards, and had 9 punt returns for 346 yards. He also made four 2-point conversions.

Center Roughriders’ Gymnasium. December 19, 2017 –

The Center Roughriders Varsity Basketball team defeated last year’s state champion Silsbee High School by a narrow 76-74 score. Center is currently ranked #5 and Silsbee #1 in the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches Poll for December 18, 2017. This will likely change after Center’s win.

The Roughriders held a narrow 18-13 lead at the end of the first quarter led by Kaleb Parks and Jaterious Evans who each had six points during the opening frame. The second period saw the Silsbee Tigers claw their way back into the contest and tie the score at 35-35 by the halftime intermission.

Three scores by Jaterious Evans in the third period saw the Roughriders edge out a 49-43 lead by midway through the quarter. By the end of the third quarter, Center’s lead was cut to just three points and the Roughriders led 56-53 going into the final period.

Silsbee tied the game at the beginning of the fourth frame when Braelon Bush hit a 3-pointer early to tie the game at 56-56. Silsbee would gain a five point lead but Center’s Kaleb Parks hit a half-hook shot which tied the game at 66-66 with 4:25 remaining. Parks later scored on a fast-break assist from Evans and gave Center a 74-72 lead with 1:30 left in the contest. Silsbee later tied the game at 74-74 and got the basketball back after an offensive foul was called on the ‘Riders.

Jaterious Evans later sank two free-throws with 15 seconds left and gave CHS a 76-74 lead after Center stole the ball back with just nine seconds left in the contest. Evans soon after stole the ball back and Silsbee was not able to regain possession before time expired.

High scorers for Center were Kaleb Parks with 32 points, Jaterious Evans 24, Reggie Daniels 12, Kameron Elmer 10. Jakavian Calhoun and Jaydon Hicks each had three points apiece.

Silsbee’s record now stands at 9-6 for the pre-district season. Center has improved their season mark to 14-1. They are currently on a seven game winning streak.

The Varsity Roughriders are scheduled to host the Hudson Hornets on Thursday, December 21, 2017 at Center Roughriders Gymnasium at 1:30 p.m.

Crockett High School, Monte Jack Driscoll Stadium - 

The Tenaha Tigers Varsity Football Team took a convincing 60-22 win over Burton High School in the Class 2A DivisionII State Semifinal round game played at Crockett on Thursday night.

The Tigers will now face a #3 ranked Muenster team on Thursday, December 21, 2017, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. Kickoff is slated for 11 a.m. Muenster eliminated Wellington on Thursday by a 31-28 score. Both Tenaha and Muenster have perfect 15-0 season records.

Tenaha used a 418 yard to 166 yard advantage in rushing during the game to get a 60-22 scoring advantage by game's end. The Tigers also intercepted three Burton Panther's passes during the contest. The Tigers' sole turnover was a fumble. 

Tenaha passed for 158 yards completing 4 of 6 attempts. Burton completed 15 of 22 attempts for 171 yards.

The Tigers won the coin toss and elected to kick the ball to the Burton Panthers to start the game. Burton turned the ball over on downs after just four plays and Tenaha took over at the Panther's 38 yard line early in the game.  Moments later, Onterio Thompson scored on a 4-yard run with 8:31 left in te first quarter. Tenaha took a 6-0 lead after a failed extra point kick.

Tenaha took a 13-0 lead when Trai Gardner returned a Panthers' pass 96 yards for a score with 4:53 left in the opening stanza, and Christian Castillo added an extra point kick conversion.

Gardner broke up a pass on fourth down during Burton's next offensive drive and Tenaha took over with 1 1/2 minutes left in the opening stanza. Gardner took a pass from Tigers quarterback CJ Horn and raced 71 yards to the enzone to give THS a 20-0 advantage near the end of the first period of play.

Panther Tristian Brantley got Burton on the board with a 39-yard field goal with 8:43 left in the first half. Tenaha lost a fumble to Burton moments later and the Panthers' DeMonderick Winters capped a 31-yard scoring drive with a 1-yard touchdown run to cut Tenahas' lead to 20-10 with 5:31 left in the second quarter. This score held up until halftime.

After a touchdown on the opening kickoff return was called back, Trai Gardner scored on a 70-yard touchdown to give THS a 26-10 advantage to start the third quarter. He then extended the Tigers' lead to 33-10 later, with 4:41 left in the third stanza with a 56-yard touchdown reception from Horn.

Burton scored on a kickoff return during the ensueing kick. Tenaha answered just one minute later with a 55-yard Onterio Thompson scoring run which gave THS a 40-16 lead with 3:29 left in the third frame. Thompson scored again on a 28-yard touchdown run with just over one minute left in the third stanza. Tenaha took a 46-16 lead into the final period.

Thompson added a 73-yard rushing score score early in the fourth quarter and Castillo added the kick needed to give THSa 53-16 lead with 11 minutes left in the contest.

Burton scored with 10 minutes remaining, capping a 55-yard drive which cut the THS lead to 53-22.

LaDarrius Garrett scored the game's final touchdown on a 17-yard run with 6:33 left in the contest. This proved to be the final score and gave Tenaha the 60-22 State Semifinal Class 2A Division II win. Tenaha last went to the state title game in 2012. They last won the title in 2011 and 1998. The Tigers were state runners-up in 1996.

December 15, 2017 - Center Riders will play the Defending 4A Boys State Basketball Champions Silsbee Tigers on Tuesday, December 19th. The Tigers are coached by Center native Joe Sigler, a 1973 graduate of Center High School. Two separate polls show the Riders ranked as #1 & #5 and the Tigers ranked as #6 & #1. Needless to say, this is going to be a game for the history books at CHS. Come out on Tuesday and support your Center Roughriders coached by Hiram Harrison. Games start at 4:30pm featuring all teams; 9th, JV and Varsity.

Carthage High School. Thursday, December 7, 2017 –

The Tenaha Tigers Varsity Football team left no doubt when they demolished their district rivals the Timpson Bears, by a 59-0 score, in the Class 2A Division II Regional III Finals (State Quarterfinal), at Carthage Bulldogs Field, on Thursday.

The Tigers had beaten the Bears 40-6 just four weeks earlier to give Timpson their only District 11 loss. The Bears season ends with them posting an 11-3 win-loss record. Tenaha now stands at 14-0.

Tenaha scored on its first six possessions.  On the Tigers first possession, CJ Horn capped an 84-yard drive with a 1-yard keeper with 7:10 left in the opening period. Christian Castillo added one, of what would eventually be a perfect 7 extra-point kicks, to give Tenaha an early 7-0 lead.

Things soon got worse for Timpson as a fumble by the Bears gave Tenaha the ball back at the Bears’ 25-yard line just one minute later, with four minutes left in the first quarter. Onterio Thompson went in for a score from 15 yards out to give the Tigers a 14-0 advantage with 2:57 left in the opening stanza.

Timpson couldn’t get anything started and soon after a blocked Bears punt gave Tenaha the ball back at the Bears 12-yard line with slightly less than one minute left in the first quarter.

The Tigers wasted no time scoring the football. Onterio Thompson ran 12 yards straight up the middle of the field for Tenahas’ third score which gave them a 21-0 lead with 36 seconds left in the opening frame.

Thompson extended their lead to 28-0 with a 64-yard scoring run with 10.57 left in the second quarter. Timpson punted the ball back to the Tigers after their next offensive drive stalled after just four plays. Senior Trai Gardner returned the ball back to midfield where Tenaha used just three plays to get the ball into Timpsons’ red zone. Gardner capped a 50-yard scoring drive for the Tigers with a 4-yard touchdown reception with 5:58 left in the second quarter, giving his team a 35-0 advantage.

Timpsons’ next drive stalled and Tenaha took over at their 40-yard line with 4:10 remaining in the first half of play. Thompson scored on an up the middle counter run on first-and-goal at the 4-yard line with 2:47 left in the half.

Jordan Osby got Bears fans on their feet with a 48-yard run which gave Timpson good field position on their next drive but the Bears’ drive stalled just three plays later. Tenaha took a 42-0 lead into the locker room at the midway break after stalling the final seconds off the first-half clock by taking a knee.

The opening kickoff of the third period saw Jay Lloyd run 89 yards for a touchdown to start the second half, and to give the Tigers a 49-0 advantage.

Timpson gained only one first down on their next drive and they punted the football back to the Tigers who took over at their own 38-yard line with eight minutes left in the third period.

Trai Gardner scored on a 45-yard run with 7:06 left in the third period, giving Tenaha a 56-0 lead.

With 4:50 left in the fourth quarter, Christian Castillo added the final score of the contest which added a 32-yard field goal to Tenahas’ tally, and this gave the Tigers the final 59-0 margin of victory.

Tenaha gained eight first downs while Timpson gained three. The Tigers held a 352 yard to 67 yard advantage running the football. Tenaha completed five of five passes for 85 yards. Timpson completed three of 12 passes for 26 yards.

Tenaha Superintendent Scott Tyner stated, after the game, “This was the eighth consecutive regional final for our kids to play in in football or basketball. We are very proud of them.”

Head Football Coach Craig Horn stated, “There is nothing but good teams left. We will go to see them play and see what we need to prepare for.  Our offense and defensive lineman, and our team, have worked hard and prepared to take us to this point of the season.”

Tenaha has won many regional titles but none since 2013. Tenaha won the state title in 1998, and 2011, but haven’t reached the finals since 2012.

The Tigers will next play the winner of the Burton versus Falls City game which is being played on Friday night, December 8, 2017.

Region III Class 2A Championship

Rusk High School. Friday, December 1, 2017 –

The Timpson Bears only trailed for just over a minute in Friday’s Area/Regional Semifinal football game with the Grapeland Sandies. The Bears eventually took a 67-28 win which earned them a Region III Class 2A Championship birth, and a rematch with the District 11 Champions,  Tenaha High School. The Tigers are the state’s #1 Class 2A Division II team and they defeated Iola High School by a 35-14 score to earn their spot. Timpson (10-2) and Tenaha (12-0) will face off at Carthage High School on Thursday, December 7, 2017, at 7 p.m. for the Region III/ State Quarterfinal title. Timpson fell to Tenaha by a 40-6 score in Week11 of the regular season. This was the Bears only conference loss.

During Timpson’s win Jordan Osby ran for 287 yards and six touchdowns. He also converted five two-point conversions. He scored the first touchdown on a 16-yard run with 9:32 left in the first quarter which helped Timpson take an 8-0 lead early.

Brannon Bedre's got Grapeland on the board with five minutes left in the opening period to pull the Sandies to cut Timpson’s lead to 8-6.

Osby scored on counter handoff for a 27-yard touchdown with 3:33 left in the first period. He added his second 2-point conversion run to put Timpson up by a 16-6 score.

Grapeland’s Bedre broke free for a 30-yard touchdown run which cut the Bears lead to 16-12 with seconds left in the first period. The Sandies gained their only lead when Rick Frauenberger found Josh Ackley uncovered in the corner of the endzone with 9:21 left in the first half. A 2-point conversion gave GHS a 20-16 lead.

Osby scored moments later on a 13-yard touchdown and put Timpson back on top, by a 22-20 score, with a 2-point conversion.

Timpson extended their lead to 30-20 after Shane Peveto scooped-and-scored a Sandie’s fumble and ran it 47-yards for a Bears touchdown with 6:15 left in the first half. Bears quarterback Jon Grogan added a 1-yard score for Timpson which gave them a 38-20 lead at the half.

A sixty and a nine yard touchdown by Osby gave THS a 54-20 lead with 7:08 left in the third stanza.

Ackley scored Grapeland’s final touchdown with just 24 seconds left in the third period on a reception from 13 yards out. GHS had pulled to within 54-28.

Osby scored from 60-yards away just seconds before the third period was over. The 2-point conversion failed and THS took a 60-28 advantage into the fourth and final quarter of play.

Grogan broke loose on a 47-yard quarterback keeper run for a score with 8:41 left in the game. Timpson’s extra point kick sailed through the uprights despite being partially blocked. This gave the Bears the final 67-28 margin of victory.

December 1, 2017 - Football Playoffs, Regional Round for Conference 2A D2

Tenaha 35 - Iola 14, Final Score
Timpson 67 - Grapeland 28, Final Score

December 1, 2017 - Football Playoffs, Regional Round for Conference 2A D2

Tenaha 7 - Iola 0, 6:19 left in 1st qtr
Timpson 16 - Grapeland 6, 3:41 left in 1st qtr