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Bobcat 8A keeps pace with tough Pearland South squad

Written by Submitted by Bonnette Junior High coaching staff. Posted in Sports

The 8A Bonnette Bobcats football team played a great game Thursday, tying a bigger and faster Pearland South team 20 – 20. The coaches were very proud of the effort of their players and the way they represented the school with teamwork and sportsmanship.

Gee Morin led the Bobcats with two short scoring runs. Cody Page followed with a beautiful nine-yard run and Michael Woods kicked one extra point. All three scores were set up by the hard running Bobcat tailback, Hunter Cink. Cink had great blocking on his runs. Among the many contributors were Coulton Allen, Ernesto Dimas, Chris Thompson, Justin Wailes, Cesar Chapa, Matt Cardenas, Jacob Denby, Ahamad Ashmeed, Miguel Lopez, Chase Ward and Randall Thomas.
The defense was led by Christian Deleon, Junior Longoria and Dylan Valverde.

San Jac thinks pink at Oct. 7 volleyball match

Written by from Staff reports. Posted in Sports

The San Jacinto College volleyball team will host a Dig Pink match benefiting breast cancer awareness Oct. 7, at 5 p.m. against Galveston College.
 
The team, ranked 10th in the nation, will participate in the national Side-Out Foundation’s Dig Pink rally, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month.

 Both teams and coaches will don pink during the match, and a moment of silence will be held prior to the start in honor of survivors and those who are battling the disease, as well as those who have lost their fight with breast cancer. Fans are also encouraged to wear pink.

Deer hang on for 21-14 victory over Cy Fair

Written by Bobby Vasquez. Posted in Sports

Deer Park running back Shawn Oneychi (32) breaks loose for a run against Cy Fair Friday night. Oneychi had two touchdowns in the 21-14 Deer win. Photo by Sally Hoffman.

Three one-yard touchdown runs were enough as Deer Park held off the Cy Fair Bobcats 21-14 Friday night at Abshier Stadium. Senior RB Shawn Oneychi ran for 96 yards and two touchdowns on a night when the Deer offense was held to 29 yards through the air.