Waxahachie’s JV Green team was defeated 21-0 by Highland Park last Thursday.
Offensive standouts were Venique Benton, Arxavier Boyd, Cody Martin and Joseph Chapman.
Defensive standouts were Eddie Jurgens, Relus Chance, LaJordan Easley, Logan MacDonald and Cody Heil, who had a sack.
The next game for the JV Green will be Saturday, Sept. 8 in Plano against the Denison Yellowjackets.
The Waxahachie JV White team was defeated 40-0 by Highland Park last Thursday at Highlander Stadium.
Offensive standouts included Kelby Rash, Neiman Fletcher, Gerald Randle and Sheldon Kinnison.
Defensive standouts were Rash, who was the leading tackler for the Indians.
At one point Rash made four tackles in a row from his safety position. Also turning in a good effort were Randle, Steven Hernandez and Blake Johnson.
The next game for the JV White will be at 5 p.m. Thursday at Lumpkins Stadium against Corsicana.
Waxahachie’s Freshmen Green team opened its season last Thursday against Highland Park.
Highland Park, despite just 108 yards of total offense, won the season opener for both teams, 14-0.
The Scots got on the board in the second quarter after recovering a fumble at the Indians’ 27-yard line.
Highland Park needed six plays to score, but the 2-point conversion failed, leaving the score 6-0 in favor of Highland Park.
Waxahachie threw an interception on the second play of its next series and Highland Park converted it into points on a eight-play, 46-yard drive.
The 2-point conversion run was successful and Highland Park had a 14-0 lead late in the second quarter.
The Indians’ threatened to cut into the lead on their first possession of the third quarter when they drove to Highland Park’s 24-yard line, but the drive eventually stalled.
Neither team crossed midfield again as the game ended with Highland Park taking the 14-point win.
Waxahachie’s Freshmen White team opened its season last Thursday with a 0-0 tied against Highland Park.
Waxahachie drove into the Scots’ territory three times in the second half, but Highland Park’s defense stiffened each time.
The Indians’ defense was dominant Thursday, surrendering only 28 total yards and three first downs the entire game. After a fumble by Highland Park, the Indians were able to advance the ball to the Scots’ 33-yard line, but the Indians came up just short on a fourth-and-eight play.
Waxahachie drove inside Scots’ territory again on their final drive, but the game ended with the ball sitting on the 41-yard line.
“Overall I was pleased with the way we played,” coach Damon Miller said of both freshmen teams. “I would have like to have chalked up a win, but sometimes the ball doesn’t bounce in your favor.
“Both defenses looked good and our offense is coming along slowly.”