Jourdanton, Pleasanton offenses excelling



Jourdanton and Pleasanton are dominating their opponents in initial startup games.

The JHS Indians have allowed only six points in two games. They had wins over Poteet, 29-0, and Dilley, 34-6. Due to lightning and stormy weather, the Friday night game in Dilley was moved to Jourdanton, Saturday, Sept. 8. It was played at 12 p.m. with the plan to play in Dilley next year.

“I was glad we were able to adjust the schedule to play on Saturday,” said JHS Coach Darrel Andrus. “This time of year it is critical for your players to get game reps in to prepare for district play.”

In two games, JHS sophomore quarterback Cole Andrus has gone 25- 39, for 450 yards, passing for seven touchdowns with one interception.

Pleasanton also won its initial games against San Antonio Edison, 42-15, and San Antonio Lanier, 30-0. In those two encounters, Pleasanton reserves took over about midway in the fourth quarter.

In San Antonio Express offensive statistics for the area, 6A schools on down, it showed two Pleasanton athletes having superior stats.

Senior QB Johnny Zamora leads the area in total offense with 70 rushing yards and 673 passing yards for 743 yards. Zamora also leads all area QBs with 36 completions in 60 attempts, passing for seven touchdowns without an interception.

Meanwhile Eagle junior wide receiver Dalton Hobbs leads all classes, 6A on down, with 477 yards on 20 catcthes and also leads in TD receptions with five.

In Grid Picks last week, there were 16 correct picks with 4 misses to move season totals to 33 right out of 40.

Two games of the week are Canyon Lake at Wimberley and La Vernia at La Grange.


Pleasanton by 17 over Pearsall

Jourdanton by 21 over La Pryor

Charlotte by 7 over Kaufer Riviera

San Antonio Brackenridge by 28 over San Antonio Jefferson

San Antonio Wagner by 33 over San Antonio Sam Houston

San Antonio Harlandale by 20 over San Antonio Kennedy

Somerset by 30 over San Antonio McCollum

San Antonio Southwest by 27 over Uvalde

Devine by 20 over San Antonio Southwest Legacy

Kerrville by 34 over Del Rio

Medina Valley by 17 over Hondo

San Antonio Southside by 27 over San Antonio Memorial

Floresville by 21 over Carrizo Springs

Canyon Lake by 17 over Wimberley

Fredericksburg by 30 over Bastrop Cedar Creek

Boerne by 20 over San Antonio Holy Cross

La Vernia by 14 over La Grange

Poth by 34 over Karnes City

Lytle by 14 over Natalia

Falls City by 27 over Stockdale

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