The JV black got back on the winning track by defeating the Texans 28-0. Israel Davila got the scoring going with a 1 yard run. Davila then added the extra point with a completion from J.D. Zapata. Jose Chavez got the second score around the left end for a 26 yard run. Chewy Martinez got the third score on a short run. Another pass from Zapata to Xavier Gallardo added the extra point. The final score came from Chavez on a 32 yard run up the middle.
The shutout was due a swarming defense led by Giovanni Zaso, Sergio Arzispe, Mark Hall, Brian Martinez, and Jesus Alarsen.
PMHS JV White Defeats Yates Lions
The Memorial defense started off strong with a forced fumble by Cameron Juaregui that was recovered in the end zone by Evan Molina for a touchdown. The second score of the afternoon came on a Jeremiah Martinez pass to TE Charles Hayes. The 2 point conversion was run in by Rashaun Collier behind Johnathan McClellan and Gabriel Andrade. Later in the game, Martinez found Hayes again for another Memorial TD. The final score for the Mavericks came on a QB (Martinez) run behind Michael Gomez and Devin Barr. Hayes hauled in a pass for the 2 point conversion.
Defensively, Dedrick Hudgen and Tony Hernandez snagged an interception a piece. Evan Molina made many plays all over the field. Mason Stuart and Joshua Lujan provided solid deep pass coverage as the Lions attempted a last minute score. Jesus Zambrano was tough upfront for the Mavericks.
It was a team win! Go Mavs!
Congratulations to the Memorial Maverick Freshmen Dark team for defeating the Sam Rayburn Texans by the score of 50 to 0 yesterday on the PMHS campus. It was an overall great team win as both the offense and defense played outstanding. Offensive players of the game honors go to Ben Still and offensive lineman Alex Mateo. Defensive players of the game are C.J. Tucker and Xavier Elias. The special teams award goes to the kicker Elvis Castro.
Great Job Mavericks!
The Pasadena Memorial Freshman White team defeated their cross town rival Sam Rayburn Texans yesterday by the score of 27-12. The Mavericks started out slow allowing the Texans to score on their opening possession. The Rayburn touchdown appeared to wake up the Mav’s, and they proceeded to outscore Rayburn 27-6 over the final three quarters. The Mav’s relied upon their tried and true ground game to wear out the Texans. After struggling in the 1st quarter, the Mav’s defense came alive and slowed the Texans offense to 6 points over the final 3 quarters. The Mav’s again embraced the next man up and reserves filled in with memorable performances. Special commendations go to Adam Rojas, Isaac Garcia, and Josue Barrera for their outstanding play. On a special note, Isaiah Sanchez had the play of the game with his game ending sack of the Texans QB. The Mav’s look to keep their winning streak going next week when they face another hometown rival the South Houston Trojans.