Bear Branch Junior High School Athletics


8th Football Results Vs Schultz JH


BBJH Boy's Athletics | 10/3/2019

8th Gray (C TEAM) falls to Magnolia JH 14-12. They played hard til the end but came up short.

The offense scored two touchdowns QB Mitchell Colvin scored on a 15 yard QB Keep. Maxwell Salvatore would also score on the defensive side of the ball. He stripped the ball away from an offensive player and ran it back for a Touchdown. The Bears played great but fell short.

8th White (B TEAM) would dominate Schultz JH 33-0. Bear Branch played solid on both sides of the ball putting up points and not allowing any points. Offensively the Bears would score multiple times. With Dakota Evetts scoring twice with a 45 yard run and a 60 yard kickoff return. Also adding to the score would be Ben Baker with a 35 yard TD pass to Nico Henneman to put the score at 25-0. Our finally TD came from QB Max Granger with a 20 yard run for the score. Nico Henneman would convert 3 of 4 two point conversions to lengthen the lead. The offense played great putting up points.

Defensively the Bears played solid as a unit, they would not allow a single point to Schultz JH. Solis play all around. Max Granger would cause a fumble and recover it himself to give Bear Branch the ball back. The Bears would go on to score their last TD of the night off the turn over.

8th Blue (A TEAM) gets a convincing win over Schultz JH winning 30-6. Offensively the Bears were hitting on all cylinders. QB Jake Hubble throw for 4 TD'S two to WR Gage Sanders for 20 and 22 yards. Hunter Martinez and Hunter Andrews would also catch a TD pass to pad the Bears lead. Saul Menedez would convert 3 of 4 two point conversations to give the Bears a larger lead.

Defense Played solid only allowing 6 points late in the fourth quarter with 1:21 left on the clock. CB Dylan Hayes and Blake Holland both had a INT to stop Schultz JH's offense. The defense played hard and physical shutting down Schultz JH's offense for 3 1/2 quarters.

We will face Montgomery JH next Wednesday in Montgomery OCT 9th. 4:30, 5:30 and 6:30.