Bowie football loses to Childress
The Bowie Jackrabbits lost their final non-district game on Friday at Childress.
The Bobcats won 41-13, doing most of their damage in the first half while taking advantage of the Jackrabbits mistakes.
Bowie knew the game was going to be tough. Childress was coming off two losses against Bushland and Holliday, but had won close games in the first two weeks against Breckenridge and Abernathy.
The first quarter saw the Bobcats jump out ahead, scoring twice on a 31-yard run from the quarterback and 16 yards out by the running back to lead 14-0.
In the second quarter, Childress finished one more drive with a short run from the running back before disaster struck the Jackrabbits. An interception and then a fumble recovery were both returned for the touchdowns in the quarter, extending the Bobcats lead to 34-0 heading into halftime.
Bowie played better in the second half, limiting Childress to only one more touchdown, a 24-yard pass in the third quarter that put the Bobcats up 41-0.
The Jackrabbits finished the rest of the game playing better, technically winning the second half thanks to a pair of explosive runs from Tucker Jones. He scored on runs of 68 and 70 yards in the fourth quarter to help Bowie make the final score 41-13.
Those long runs helped Jones lead the Jackrabbits in rushing with 158 yards. Justin Clark was second with 93 yards.
As a team Bowie finished with 325 yards rushing for the game and had more than six minutes more time of possession.
Unfortunately, three turnovers in the first half, including two that went back for touchdowns, put the Jackrabbits behind.
The defense allowed Childress’ balanced offensive attack to gain nearly 400 yards of offense, but limited the Bobcats to only one score in the second half. Also, it forced a turnover in the game when Austin Cheney intercepted a pass.
To read the full story, pick up a copy of the mid-week edition of the Bowie News.
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Area schools run at Alvord
There were five different area schools running at Alvord’s Wyatt Dickerson Invitational on Wednesday.
Both Nocona teams finished second overall as the highest finishes for area teams that day.
The Lady Indians were led by Bayler Smith who finished second overall with a time of 12:38. The team’s top five runners also included Melissa Segura finishing fourth, Jolie Rose finishing 13th, Jayce Rose finishing 33rd and Ayden Patton finishing 37th.
On the Nocona boy’s team, Claudio Segura led the team by finishing fifth overall with a time of 19:03.
The Indians top five runners that counted towards team points also included Ivan Vera (9th), Andrew Perez (22nd), Karson Kleinhans (23rd) and Freddy Duran (29th).
The Bowie Jackrabbits finished sixth as a team in the same race. They were led by Alex Castro who finished eighth overall with a time of 19:09. The top five runners also included Liam Pearson finishing 19th, Monte Mayfield finishing 62nd, Isaiah Willett finishing 67th and Austin Jones finishing 74th.
The only Bowie girl runner, Samara McChesney, ran in the JV race and finishing ninth overall with a time of 15:17.
The Prairie Valley Bulldog team finished eighth overall. Josh Stout was the top runner for the team finishing 13th with a time of 19:35. The team’s top five runners also included Luckacey Peters (31st), Jayton Jones (35th), Hunter Camden (75th) and Dale Neugebauer (85th).
The Lady Bulldog team was one runner short of having enough for a team total. Linzie Priddy was the top runner for them, finishing third overall with a time of 12:47. Kasi Phillips, Emma Stout and Christy Anderson finished right after the other 65-67.
The Bellevue girls finished in ninth place as a team. The Lady Eagles were ledy by Brylie Hager who finished 10th overall with a time of 13:05. The team’s top five runners also included Brittany Gill (40th), Kaycee Conner (53rd), Tristan Shook (57th) and Callie Martin (62nd).
The Eagles team finished 11th overall at the meet. Bellevue was led by River Trail who finished 10th overall with a time of 19:16.
The Eagles top five runners also included Brysen Bancroft (64th), Ryan Jones (66th), Jayson Gill (83rd) and Braden Moore (86th).
Forestburg had one runner in each race represent its school. Bret Briles finished 47th overall with a time of 21:30. Justynne Roller finished 49th overall in her race with a time of 14:48.
To see results for all varsity high school runners, pick up a copy of the weekend edition of the Bowie News.
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