Canyon Lake vs Medina Valley Panthers
Canyon Lake Football served up a big glass TD’s to the Panthers.
Defensive Back Jesse Andrade had an Interception in game with Medina Valley
The second and final scrimmage of the 2105 Hawk football season got under way this past Thursday at 5pm in Castroville as the 5-A Medina Valley Panthers took on the 4-A Canyon Lake Hawks on a breezy and cooler than expected night for high school football in August.
When this night was over and was all said and done, the Panthers were glad to see the Hawks leave.
The evening started with a scrimmage format, having the field split into two with each team starting on their 45 yard line in opposite directions with a 30 minute continuous running clock.
The idea with the running clock was to get as many plays as possible during that time frame.
The Junior Varsity started on defense and while the freshman started on offense to begin the evening and it wasn’t long before both Hawk teams had scored.
The JV’s defensive CB Jesse Andrade cut in front of a Panther wide receiver in the flats and picked off the pass at full speed and had more open real-estate in front of him than what Donald Trump owns.
“I just covered my area like coaches had been teaching us all month and closed the distance with the receiver as fast as I could and cut him off and grabbed the ball” said Andrade.
There wasn’t a Panther around for fifteen yards in any direction as the whistle blew to end the play.