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November 8, 2013

SUBVARSITY FOOTBALL: AHS subvarsity goes 2-1 against Brownsboro Bears

BROWNSBORO — The Athens subvarsity teams went 2-1 against Brownsboro Thursday night at Bear Stadium.

The Athens junior varsity shutout Brownsboro 44-0 to finish 8-2 on the year and 5-0 to finish as the district champions.

Athens had three touchdowns from Osbaldo Juarez, Brandon Boyd, Emmanuel Davis,  a passing touchdown from Brandon Boyd to Rashaan Miller.

In middle school action, Athens won the ‘A’ team game 21-12, while the ‘B’ team lost 22-20.

The ‘A’ team finished the year 3-5 overall and 3-2 in district.

Braylon Woods had two rushing touchdowns and Kamion Tanner had one touchdown.

The Hornets' offensive line consisting of Justin Gatlin, Noah Sikes, Gary Lyons, Alfredo Miranda, Luis Valdez, Jorge Gonzalez, Fernando Reyes, and Ben Whited created big running lanes for Tanner, Woods, and Irvin Vazquez.

Defensively Athens was led by Xavius Fulton, Ethan Condon, Francisco Alvizo, Miles Koehler and Braylon Woods. Fulton intercepted a half back pass and also caused and recovered a fumble.

In ‘B’ team action, Athens (2-4) had touchdowns from Colton Monroe and Adrian Givens. Monroe scored on a long run in the second half and Givens had two touchdowns.

Defensively the Hornets were led by DeAlvion Donnell, Will Perryman, and Alec Scott.

Late in the game, AMS had scores from Monroe and Givens scored the two point conversion to make it 22-14. AMS then had a touchdown from Drake Grammar to Givens but were unable to get the two point conversion.

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