Multiple Teams · Week 7 Sub Varsity Football Report


JV Black

8-43

The Mavericks got off to a rough start but played a good 2nd half in a 43-8 loss to Atascocita. Jesus Martinez scored the Mavs only touchdown. The extra point was a J.D. Zapata pass to Israel Davila. The defense was led by Andrew Ramirez, Max Garza, and Luis Cepeda.

JV White

22-28

JV White Fights Hard in Loss to Atascocita
The PMHS defense played hard all night. Joshua Reeves started defense off with an interception, while Aerric Alanis was a defensive standout.  The Maverick Defense, as a whole, performed well. Offensively, Joel Guerra started the scoring with a TD reception from Devyn Pruneda. Raushan Collier would add the 2 point conversion. The next 8 points would come on a long TD run and 2 point conversion by Collier. The Mavericks final score was on a short, hard run by Cameron Juaregui.  After the Juaregui score, the Mavericks attempted an onside kick and recovered the football.
They drove down to the 7 yard line hoping for a, tying or possibly, game-winning score, but they were unable to capitalize. Other standouts for the Mavericks include: Jonathan McClellan, Charles Hayes, Michael Gomez, and Michael Martinez.
The Mavericks continue to improve each week.
 
Go Mavs!!! 
Freshman Black
13-50
The Pasadena Memorial freshmen Dark team loses to the Atascocita Eagles 50 to 13. The Mavs will look to bounce back from this disappointing loss next week against the Sam Rayburn Texans.

Freshman White

12-12

The Pasadena Memorial Freshman White Team traveled to Atascocita Thursday and battled the Eagles to a 12-12 tie.  The Mavericks personified the motto “next man up” and fought toe to toe with their opponent all afternoon.  The Mavericks defense repelled two Eagle 2-point conversions to earn the tie.  The Mavericks defense harassed the Eagles all game and had several memorable plays.  One such play was a brilliant goal-line stand by the Mavericks during the 1st half.  Not only did the Mavericks keep the Eagles out of the end zone from the 1 yard line, They also pushed the Eagles back 12 yards in 4 plays.  The Mavericks offense was not to be outshone by the defense.  Among the standout plays was a half back pass from Cameron Schilhab to Quincy Swain that caught the Eagles napping resulting in a touchdown.  Isiah Juarez continues to shine as the lead half back for the Mavericks and his hard running style gave the Eagles fits.  In addition to their play on offense, Cameron and Quincy both play outstanding games defensively.  The Mavericks will be back at home next week after three weeks away.  The Mavericks look forward to seeing you in the stands for next weeks game.