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Home Local Sports Mavericks-Pearsall Football Game Preview: Fri. Sept. 21, 2018

Mavericks-Pearsall Football Game Preview: Fri. Sept. 21, 2018

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MAVERICKS FOOTBALL GRIDIRON NEWS

C.C. Winn Mavs set to trample over

The Pearsall Mavericks

By: Conrado Perez, Jr. – Eagle Pass Sports Central

“Your best and only source for local sports news in Eagle Pass”

The C.C. Winn Mavericks varsity football team mentored by head coach Eric Villasenor will culminate their 2018 non-district portion of their schedule this coning Friday, September 21, 2018 when they board their charter busses and venture to Pearsall, Texas to tangle with the Pearsall Mavericks in a 7:30PM non-district gridiron matchup.

The home standing Pearsall Mavericks under the tutelage of head football coach Joey Rivera will venture into this matchup sporting an overall season record of 1-1 and are averaging 164 yards rushing per game and 45 yards passing per game for a total average of 209 yards of offense per game. The Pearsall Mavericks are a 60-40 run-pass offensive squad.

Leading the Pearsall Mavericks attack will be their two quarterback platoon system of Sirr Delgado #12 their left handed signal caller who throws the deep ball very well but panics under pressure and not very mobile must pressure him at all times. The other quarterback will be Chris Martinez the right handed signal caller does run the ball quite well but struggles throwing the ball and must be corraled and tackled. The Pearsall Mavericks will feature a trio of running backs in the ground attack with the likes of Meme Cuevas #22 a very fast runner with excellent and is their Most Dangerous Weapon that must be shutdown. Jacob Youngblood #42 a big strong running back not very explosive but is very physical and is a two-way starter and Joey Amaya #25 a small running back but is quick and makes good cuts used on screen passes out of the backfield and must punish him every play.

The men on the front line will be Marcos Gomez #70 at center a big but slow off the ball has trouble getting to the second level. Abraham Ortiz #77 at left tackle a big strong lineman weighs 275 lbs. but very slow footed, Marcos Salazar #52 at left guard their smallest offensive lineman but is quick and does get to the second level. Jonathan Morales #62 at right guard a big offensive lineman that struggles to get to the second level and must be attacked. Ruben Barrera #78 a returning starter by far their biggest and best offensive lineman that does fire off the ball must stay low on him.

The visiting C.C. Winn Mavericks will enter this non-district gridiron finale sporting an overall season record of 2-1. Offensively the C.C. Winn Mavericks mentored by offensive coordinator Heriberto Roiz are averaging 202 yards rushing per game and 62 yards passing per game for a total average of 264 offensive yards per game. Leading the C.C. Winn Mavericks’ offense is their talented quarterback Ethan Johnson who is their field general and a standout runner when carrying the ball and also shares the ground attack with the back field duo of Marc Cardenas and Fernando Zapata who all three have the ability to take the pigskin to the end zone on any given play. Johnston as of late has implanted the short passing game with the likes of a sure handed receiving corps the likes of Jared Roiz, Raul Solis, Ernesto Vasquez. Jose Blanco as well as the two running backs out if the backfield. Paving the way for the C.C. Winn Mavericks’ ground game as well as their passing game is a solid group of young men that game in and game out battle their hearts out in the trenches with the likes of Daniel Ruiz, Adrian Munoz, Juan Guerra, Cesar Valdez and Jaime Rodriguez.

The C.C. Winn Mavericks patented aggressive, hard hitting and quick pursuing defensive unit under the guidance of co-defensive coordinators Rene Ramirez and Saul Salas who last week held the potent Eagle Pass Eagles offense to their season lowest offensive output are only allowing 79 yards rushing per game and 94 yards passing per game for a total of 173 yards per game thus far. Leading the stingy Mavericks defense are their stellar defensive front six comprised by Alexis Ontiveros, standout Ricardo Morales, Jose Hinojosa, and Maximiliano Garcia who battle in the trenches and supported by a pair of fast and hard hitting dynamic linebacker duo the likes of Alex Chris Garcia and Patricio Hernandez. The C.C. Winn Mavericks’ secondary unit features Domingo Duran, Azael Rodriguez, German Velasquez, Hector Nunez and Gilberto Vasquez

Eagle Pass Sports Central wishes the mighty C.C. Winn Mavericks the very best of luck against the Pearsall Mavericks and would like to invite the entire Mavericks Nation as well as the entire community of Eagle Pass, Texas to come out to make the trip to Pearsall, Texas this coming Friday night and support the mighty C.C. Winn Mavericks varsity football team. GO C.C. WINN MAVERICKS! BEAT THE PEARSALL MAVERICKS!

 
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Monday, December 3, 2018 to Saturday, December 8, 2018

*****Schedules are subject to change without notice*****

MONDAY

TUESDAY

S.A. SOUTHSIDE @ EAGLES BASKETBALL 7:30 PM

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

MAVERICKS @ POTEET TOURNEY BASKETBALL TBA

EAGLES @ RIVER CITY CLASSIC BASKETBALL TBA

@ New Braunfels, Texas

FRIDAY

MAVERICKS @ POTEET TOURNEY BASKETBALL TBA

EAGLES @ RIVER CITY CLASSIC BASKETBALL TBA

@ New Braunfels, Texas

SATURDAY

MAVERICKS @ POTEET TOURNEY BASKETBALL TBA

EAGLES @ RIVER CITY CLASSIC BASKETBALL TBA

@ New Braunfels, Texas