Game Summary: Cy Woods vs Cy Springs

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Game Summary: Cy Woods vs Cy Springs

Cy Woods vs Cy Springs game information.

Cy Woods vs Cy Springs game information.

Photo provided by: @CFFCUStadium on Twitter.

Cy Woods vs Cy Springs game information.

Photo provided by: @CFFCUStadium on Twitter.

Photo provided by: @CFFCUStadium on Twitter.

Cy Woods vs Cy Springs game information.

CFFCU STADIUM- The Battle of the Cats took place on Friday night, the 19th. 5-2, Cypress Woods would take on 1-5, Cypress Springs. Cold weather and rain pouring down, this game was a sloppy one. However, the Wildcats of Cypress Woods were able to pull away with a win over the Panthers, with a score of 36-7.

The first quarter started off with a 70 yard drive, resulting in a Cameron Sowell touchdown, which put the first points on the board, 7-0 Wildcats. Another 70+ yard drive would bring QB Carson Danner into the end zone to add 6 points to the score; the point after was no good, bringing the score to 13-0. Danner would find the end zone one more time in the first quarter to cap the quarter score at 20-0, Wildcats with the lead.

The second quarter would bring another Danner touchdown, thanks to a 42 yard drive; the new score would come to 27-0, Wildcats. With the help of a slippery ball, Noah Authorlee would intercept the Panther’s football to give Cy Woods possession of the ball. Another defensive highlight came to action when Jason Christenson sacked the Panther QB, which brought up 4th and 22; however the Cats wouldn’t deliver on offense, so the Panthers got the ball back. Cy Springs would then put together a 52 yard rush, resulting in their first 7 points of the game, making the score 27-7, Wildcats. The Wildcats would respond with a 75 yard drive; Danner found Sowell deep and they connected for another touchdown, raising the score to 33-7, Wildcats. Christenson would wrap up the half with another quarterback sack.

The Wildcats head out of the locker room with a 26 points lead over the Panthers. The third quarter began with a downpour of rain, which turned into a 50 minute lightning delay. When the boys got the all clear to come back on the field, it was finally time for them to shut the game down. Gustavo Olmedo would give the Wildcats an easy three points, thanks to his 26 yard field goal. After the field goal the game rolled right into the fourth quarter.

The fourth didn’t have much action due to the rain and slipperiness of the field. Both teams played for the following 12 minutes, but neither team would add any points to their respective score. So the scoreboard struck zero, and the Wildcats would defeat the Panthers with a score of 36-7.

The Wildcats dominated the Panthers; with that win the Wildcats had just produced their first winning football season since 2014. Cy Woods put up 451 yards, converted 26 first downs all while have the ball in their possession for 31:39 minutes. Quarterback, Carson Danner recorded three rushing touchdowns and two passing touchdowns. Wide receiver, Cameron Sowell put up 88 yards and also ended the night with two touchdowns. With only two games left in the season, the Wildcats are looking like great contenders for the 2018 playoffs.

Catch the Cats in action next Saturday, October 27, against the Mustangs of Cypress Ranch @ CFFCU Stadium at 1:00pm.

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