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Cougars remain undefeated going into Splendora game

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Can you smell what is in the air? Don’t
worry it’s just the scent of victory. Cougars
are in full force this season. They are looking
spotless right now holding a 5-0 district
season record so far.
Rivalry game? Junior Jayden Howard
would describe the Dayton game Oct. 22
as more of a “massacre.” Cougars started
the game off slow, letting the Broncos
get ahead in the first half, but ultimately
ended the game with an impressive score
of 27-69.
“We started off slow like usual but of
course we got the dub in the end. Our key is
to execute our plan every time because if we
don’t, I mean obviously we won’t do good,”
junior Weslee Woodard said.
The Coogs also captured the win on
Homecoming Oct. 13. Homecoming is

celebrated as an important holiday to most
of Crosby, so it was no surprise the game
ended with a big win of 57-17.
“Team chemistry has been a big element
to our team this year. We’re learning to work
together rather than as individuals,” senior
Patrick Charbonneau said.
Kingwood Park was the Cougars’ victim
on the night of Oct. 6. The Cougars fought
their way to a win of 63-45.
“Our offense is dominating this season.
This has been a big reason to our success so
far,” senior Chance Smith said.
A simple loss against Crosby would

be an understatement for Little Cypress-
Mauraceville. The Cougars crushed the

Tigers 58-14 on Sept. 29.
“That game was just fun honestly. We
knew pretty soon into the game that it
was gonna be a good one,” junior Weslee
Woodard said.

The Cougars defeating Porter on Sept.
22 was an especially victorious win after last
year’s loss.
“The win against Porter was like sweet
revenge for us,” sophomore Kobe Coker
said.
“The win against Porter proved that last
year was just a bad game, so it meant a lot to
the team,” Woodard said.

The Cougars kicked off the district sea-
son by kicking Barbers Hill to the curb on

Sept. 15. They took the win with a score
of 48-32.
“Barbers Hill was a nice win after all
they had been saying over social media,
talking about how we were gonna lose,”
Coker said.
The Cougars know what’s on the line
and are showing their commitment, passion
and hard work through each win.
“We’re going to state,” Hernandez said.

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