Multiple Teams · Week Five Players Of The Game
The San Marcos Rattlers finished up non-district play on Friday night as they hosted the McCollum High School Cowboys. The Rattlers earned their fourth win of the season and second shutout of the year, 51-0. The Rattler Offense was led by WR, Julian Perez, who had 6 catches for 85 yards. Mhyson Williams also accounted
Goodnight 7th Grade Teams Remain Undefeated The A-team Rattlers defense gave up their first touchdown of the season to Simon Middle School. The defense bounced back and held Simon for three straight quarters. The defensive standouts were Michael Garza, Jake Scholtz-Rodriguez, and Jaden Gomez. The Rattlers defense looked sharp swarming to the ball playing aggressively.
On Thursday evening, The freshman White Rattlers defeated the McCollum Cowboys, 42-0. The Rattler offense was led by Mason Castillo, Sebastian Avila, and AJ Hernandez. The Rattler defense was led by Jose Herrera, who had a fumble recovery for a touchdown and a caused safety. The freshman Purple Rattlers defeated the Cowboys, 44-8. The rattler
The 8th grade football team lost to Barnes yesterday in a hard fought game. Nick Jones and Edgar Lopez had great defensive pressure on for the defensive line all night. Nathan Henry led the team in tackles. The player of the game was Jacob Rodriguez for his leadership, effort and enthusiasm on both offense and
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The San Marcos Rattlers continued non-district play on Saturday night as they traveled to Gustafson Stadium to face off against the Taft High School Raiders. The Rattlers earned their third win of the season, 42-21. The Rattler Offense was led by QB, Prudy Calderon, who was 12/20 passing with 106 yards and 2 scores (Akiens
The Rattlers came out firing on all cylinders Friday night against the Taft Raiders. With a dominant performance from the defense posting a pick 6 from Christian Alvarez and a Punt Return from Diego Cruz. The defensive players of the game were Matt Dixon and Aiden Cline. The offensive was feeding off the energy from
On Friday evening, the San Marcos Freshman Rattlers traveled to Taft High School to take on the Raiders. The Freshman Purple team started the double header match up with a win, 22-14. The Freshman Purple offense was led by QB, Noah Stubblefield, and RB, Desmond Garcia, who reached the endzone two times. The Rattler defense