Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana, Texas


September 7, 2013

Hubbard falls to Bosqueville, 36-35, in OT

Corsicana — BOSQUEVILLE – The Hubbard Jaguars (1-1) suffered their first defeat of the season when Bosqueville kicker Will Brown booted the deciding extra point in overtime to give the Bulldogs (2-0) a 36-35 win.

After trailing 26-15 at halftime, Hubbard outscored their hosts 14-3 in the second half to force the overtime period.  Hubbard got the ball first in overtime and scored on Trey Henderson’s 6-yard run but Henderson’s run for the two point conversion was stopped short.

Bosqueville’s first possession in overtime started on the 12 yard line due to a Hubbard personal foul on the preceding PAT attempt. Three plays later Bulldogs quarterback C.J. Collins scored from 4 yards out. Brown’s third successful PAT kick of the night gave the Bulldogs the one point victory.

Hubbard was lead by Henderson’s 26 rushes for 90 yards and Brandon Simpson’s 9 carries for 87 yards.  Jags quarterback Casen Martin completed 3 of 7 passes for 151 yards and 2 touchdowns.  Martin scored once on a keeper and also intercepted the ball twice on defense.

Hubbard outgained Bosqueville 359-243 in total yardage but two fumbles and 10 penalties hindered the Jaguars efforts in the game.

Bosqueville 36, Hubbard 35

Hubbard       8  7  8  6  6 — 35

Bosqueville   7 19 0  3  7 — 36    

First Quarter

H – Nick Johnson 45 pass from Casen Martin (Brandon Simpson run), 4:49

B – Adrian Mathis 1 run (Will Brown kick), 3:02

Second Quarter

H —  Trey Henderson 1 run (Henderson kick) 10:37

B – Drew Hayes 19 pass from C.J. Collins (pass fail), 7:57

B – Greyson Gonzalez 13 run (pass failed)  6:41

B- Mathis 6 run (Brown kick) 6:09

Third Quarter

H – D’Warren Simmons 76 pass from Martin (Henderson run), 2:49

Fourth Quarter

H — Martin 14 run (pass failed) 10:01

B – Brown 25 FG, 4:33


H — Henderson 6 run (run failed)

B — Collins 4 run (Brown kick)

                        H    B

First downs    14    17

Rush-yards    49-208    32-120

Passing yards    151    123

C-A-I    3-7-0    14-31-3

Fumbles-lost    2-2    0-0

Punts-avg.    3-46.3    3-41.2

Penalties-yards    10-89    5-38


Rushing - : Trey Henderson 26-90, Brandon Simpson 9-87, Casen Martin 14-31      B: Adrian Mathis 5-13, Greyson Gonzalez 18-91, Adrian Mathis 5-13, CJ Collins 8-10, Tanner Moncus 1-6

Passing - H: Casen Martin 3-7-0-151  B: CJ Collins 14-31-3-123.  

Receiving - H: Nick Johnson 2-75, D’Warren 1-76. B: Greyson Gonzalez 6-45, Drew Hayes 3-38, Jesse Williams 1-15, Tanner Moncus 1-11, Clayton Hudson 2-9, Lefell Estell 1-5


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