July 7, 2020
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The Watson Junior High 7th grade A football team hosted the Dimmit Bobcats here at Benny Douglas Stadium on Thursday October 4th. The Mules came out with a one sided 34-14 win over the Bobcats. Quarterback Sebastian Kirven had a big offensive game, with a record of three rushing touchdowns,  a rush for a two-point conversion and lead in tackles. Running back Donovan Bara had one rushing touchdown, a two-point conversion on the ground and second in most tackles. The defense back Tony Aviles had the big story for the seventh grade Mules with three intercepts on the Bobcats passing game. Aviles with a scoop up and return fumble from the Mules end zone for a 107 yard touchdown. The fumble recovery would seal the deal for the Mules and help bring the win. The 2-2 Mules will host the Littlefield Wildcats Oct. 11, this will be the district opener for both teams.

Rhea Gonzales


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