Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana, Texas


September 28, 2013

GC Football: Hubbard buries Valley Mills, 66-0

Valley Mills — The Hubbard Jaguars amassed 523 yards of total offense in routing the Valley Mills Eagles by a final score of 66-0.

Hubbard which picked up 435 yards on the ground and 88 yards in the air, was lead by Brandon Simpsons' nine carries for 208 yards and 4 touchdowns.  Trey Henderson added 114 yards and two scores on nine carries, while QB Braydyn Gillham completed his only two attempts, with both going for touchdowns.

Wide Receivers D'Warren Simmons and Nick Johnson each had touchdown receptions with Simmons' covering 48 yards and Johnson's going for 40.  Backup RB Felix Washington added 60 yards and another score on 7 carries.

Hubbard lead 22-0 after one quarter before taking a 52-0 lead at the break. The Jags added single touchdowns in the third and fourth quarters while shutting out the Eagles and limiting Valley Mills to 85 yards of total offense in the contest.

Hubbard, which was without starting QB Casen Martin and leading rusher Logan McClinton for the second straight week, moves to 4-1 on the season while Valley Mills drops to 0-5.

Hubbard 66, Valley Mills 0

Hubbard      22  30  8  6 — 66

Valley Mills    0    0  0  0 — 0

First Quarter

H — Brandon Simpson 55 run (Braydyn Gillham run) 10:18

H — Simpson 35 run (Trey Henderson run) 7:24

H — Henderson 55 run (run failed) 4:47

Second Quarter

H — D'Warren Simmons 48 pass from Gillham (Gillham run) 11:48

H — Nick Johnson 40 pass from Gillham (Henderson run ) 8:48

H — Henderson 45 run (run failed) 6:31

H — Simpson 50 run (Henderson run) 1:38

Third Quarter

H — Felix Washington 47 run (Caydyn Gillham run) 3:06

Fourth Quarter

H — Simpson 52 run (run failed) 5:03

                           VM    H

First downs          7     12

Rush-yards         41-79     38-435

Passing yards     6     88

C-A-I                  2-13-1     2-2-0

Fumbles-lost       4-0     4-0

Punts-avg.          0-0     7-20.6

Penalties-yards     7-40     2-20


Rushing — H:  Brandon Simpson 9-208, Trey Henderson 9-114,  Felix Washington 7-60, Caydyn Gillham 6-38, Jordan Green 7-15. VM: Nick Phillips 13-35, Trey Whitlock 4-21, Miguel Callejas 6-19, Johnathan Castenon 4-16, Terrence Barnes 8-10, Charles Hopkins 2-9, Mason Sexton 1-(-12), Matthew Hodges 3-(-19).

Passing —  H: Braydyn Gillham 2-2-0-88  VM: 2-13-1-6

Receiving —  H: D'Warren Simmons 1-48, Nick Johnson 1-40.  VM: Miguel Callejas 2-6


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