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Calhoun Football Suffers First Loss Of 2019

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Calhoun Football Suffers First Loss Of 2019

Entered crab nation.

Sean was in port lavaca as the sandcrabs hosted nuevo leon from monterrey, mexico.

First quarter, sandcrabs down 7-0, 4th and one at the nuevo leon two yard line.

Quarterback connor kestler dives forward to the marker, gets a fresh set of downs.

But they'd only need one.

Next play, all-state running back steve johnson muscles his way into the endzone.

Game tied at seven after the point after.

But nuevo leon would keep coming at them.

Next sandcrabs possession, after a three and out.

Kestler punts to the tigers' aldo herrera.

This kid is fast and slippery and he shows off the moves there.

Makes a man miss and takes it forty yards upfield to set up nuevo leon.

They had great field position to start the next drive.

But the sandcrabs defense, buckling down.

They force that field goal which the tigers' daniel alejandro salinas drills from 35 yards.

10-7 the score after the nuevo leon field goal.

After another tigers score made it 17-7, calhoun looking to get points before the half.

Kicker jose quezada tries that from over forty yards out.

Had plenty of leg but it sails wide as the sandcrabs go into the locker room down ten.

Score update from sandcrab stadium.




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