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6-0 Start has the Warriors Playoff Bound

October 26, 2017

CCS got off to a slow start against Rosehill Christian, with the usually strong special teams unit giving up a costly blocked punt, which Rosehill would convert to a score just two plays later. Rosehill would put together another long drive and held a 14 - 6 lead before the Warriors really got going. The last few minutes of the second quarter and the first part of the third were a blur of Warrior scoring plays, as the Warriors would put 35 unanswered points on the board. The offense would find the end zone twice and complete two two-point conversions to end the first half. Christian Fleischhauer would score his second of four touchdowns on a seven-yard run, and then Josh Holl would complete a 30-yard TD pass to Reid Chapman, who broke tackles all the way into the end zone. 

The defense came alive in the third quarter with pressure on the quarterback and interceptions returned for defensive scores. Fleischhauer would find the end zone twice after picking off passes. The first was 65 yards and the second was 61 yards. In between the interceptions, Josh Holl would connect with JT Mounce for a 43-yard TD strike. Rosehill was never able to find the end zone in the second half and the Warriors ran away with the victory, 43-14. The 6-0 start in district play has the Warriors locked into a playoff bid for the second straight year.

The Warriors will host The Woodlands Christian Academy tomorrow at 7 p.m. TWCA enters the game with a 2-4 record in district play. They lost to Pasadena First Baptist last week, 34-21.