The Waxahachie Indians freshman football teams finished their season strong, with the A team finishing with a 9-0 record and the b team going 5-1-1 though out the season. Thursday night the Indians were in Red Oak to take on the Hawks.
It didn’t take the Indians long to score, after Red Oak punted the ball to Waxahachie, who returned the punt all the way down to the Hawks 35 yard line. On the second play of the drive Raymond Kennedy (No. 7) ran across the goal line from 29 yards out, and Waxahachie led 8-0 after a successful two-point conversion.
Red Oak was hoping to answer back before things got too far out of hand but unfortunately their pass was intercepted by Jordan Jeffcoat (No. 9), which brought his strong offense back onto the field.
This time it was Caleb High (No. 33) taking the ball to the house. After a stopped two-point try the score was 14-0 Indians over the Hawks. Later in the game the Indians after a huge catch from Gabriel Kubankin (No. 44) set his team up with a first and goal, running back Quadtavius Donaldson ran it in for the 4-yard touchdown. High would get the two point conversion and give Waxahachie a 22-0 lead over the rival Red Oak Hawks.
Later in the night Jeffcoat came up with his second interception of the game, which helped bring his offense back onto the field with a good chance to score.
The Indians capitalized on the interception and High rushed in from 7 yards for his second touchdown of the game. Bryse Salik did a quaterback sneak to the far endzone and was able to get in and build Waxahachie’s lead to 30-0.
With solid play from the defense the Hawks were shut out 33-0.
Head coach Todd Alexander said that the team’s this year played some great football and worked hard as a team.
“We’re really proud of both groups,” said Alexander. “Some stand out players from this year are Caleb High, Bryse Salik, Jordan Jeffcoat, Raymond Kennedy, Jarvis McCray and many other players helped contribute to making this program be as great as it was this season.”
This was the freshman Indians last game of the season.