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Bobcats fall to Leakey 52-6

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Medina’s win-big or lose-big season continued when the Bobcats visited the Leakey Morton Indians on Friday, Oct. 16.

Medina Head Football Coach Kurt Nichols, in recapping the game, said, “The score was not indicative of the game played against Leakey. We scored first with a 45-yard run from Nate Aguilar and missed the extra point kick, which made it 6-0.

“Leakey scored next and missed the extra point also. So the game in the first quarter was 6-6. (Leakey’s) Hunter Williams then scored several times, and at the half it was 32-6.”

Nichols said Medina played hard and competed against Leakey, who he feels is probably one of the best teams in the state featuring Williams, who may be the MVP of 6- man football this year in Texas.

“In two years, I have never gone further than two quarters against Leakey, and this year we went into the 4th quarter with them. I was proud of how hard we played and competed.

“We are open this week, and next week play McDade at home for our homecoming on Oct. 30 at 7:30 p.m. We are 1-1 in district play,” the coach said.

Statistically for the Bobcats, Aguillar had 86 yards rushing and one touchdown and was 1-for-8 passing for 10 yards, while Britton Wickham had 10 yards rushing, one reception for 24 yards and had 44 yards punting.

In addition, T.J. DeLeon was 4-for-6 passing for 67 yards with one interception and one fumble and had minus-7 yards rushing for the Bobcats, while Cason Johnson had 1-yard rushing and Elijah Gongora had four receptions for 53 yards.

Defensively for Medina, DeLeon had four solo tackles and six assists, while Aguilar had three solo tackles and seven assists, Ty Hill had three solo tackles and four assists, Jon Crowther had three solo tackles and two assists, and Elijah Gongora had three solo tackles and one assist.

In addition, the Bobcats’ Britton Wickham recorded one solo tackle and three assists and Davis Briley claimed one assist.

Fumble recoveries were recorded by Aguilar and Hill.