Riviera ends regular season losing streak
The Riviera Seahawks (1-1) beat the Woodsboro Eagles (0-2) and snapped a 13-game regular season losing streak that began with a loss to the Eagles back in 2017.
The Seahawks won the contest 26-2, and were able to put up four touchdowns in the game.
Robert Mayo had two touchdowns, while Noah Garcia and Adam Longoria chipped in a score apiece on their own.
The Seahawks look to add to an already improving season when they take on Charlotte next week on the road at 7 p.m.
Charlotte is coming off a 12-6, two-overtime victory to Premont tonight.
Santa Gertrudis Academy loses season opener
The Santa Gertrudis Academy Lions (0-1) lost to the Banquete Bulldogs (1-1) in a close game, 22-11.
SGA opened the scoring with a 34-yard field goal to go up 0-3 with 6:23 remaining in the third.
In the second quarter, Joel Guerra leaped into the endzone from one-yard out to score the first touchdown of the season.
The snap was fumbled on the PAT and the Bulldogs were able to scoop-and-score on the play, and both teams went to the locker room with the score, 2-9.
After the half, the Lions turned the ball over on four consecutive drives; three times on fumbles and once on an interception.
After two of the turnovers, the Bulldogs were able to capitalize and scored one TD on the ground and one in the air, which resulted in the final score of 22-11.
The defense was able to force three turnovers in the game.
Kendrick Williams had two interceptions, one of which was returned for a two-point score on a failed Bulldog PAT, and Trent Wheeler also had an interception.
The Lions will remain at home next week when they face Progreso (at 7:30 p.m.
H.M. King falls to the Alice Coyotes
The Brahmas (0-2) were on the wrong end of a lopsided affair to the Alice Coyotes (2-0), 46-13.
The Brahmas were down early in the first quarter of play, 14-0, and were unable to recover the rest of the night.
The Bulls gave up four touchdowns on the ground and through the air in the game, but were able to prevent a shutout.
Lupe Cavazos was able to score on five-yard throw to Pedro Cruz, and Tarance Carter had a nine-yard run for a score.
Next up for HMK will be another road game against Ingleside (0-2) who lost the "Battle of the Bay" to Aransas Pass tonight.
Badgers held scoreless for second straight game
The Bishop Badgers (0-2) struggled to put points on the board against the Cotulla Cowboys (2-0) in a losing effort, 40-0.
The Badgers will look to recover next week as they face Taft (0-2) in a home game next Saturday at 6:30 p.m.
Taft comes off a loss to West Oso, 36-28.