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Sweetwater High Schoolâ€™s freshman and junior varsity football teams were winners this past Thursday at home.
The freshmen defeated Breckenridge 32-16, while Sweetwaterâ€™s JV squad beat Breckenridge 14-2.
Adrian Vizzerra and Aus-tin Kamer had scoring runs for the freshmen (2-1), who also scored touchdowns on a 20-yard pass from Max Gomez to Colby Greenwood and a 65-yard kickoff return from Dâ€™ Jaman West. Con-verting two-point runs were Vizzerra, Isaiah Gonzales and Gomez while Michael Lawrence caught a pass for his two-point conversion against Breckenridge, which trailed Sweetwater 32-0 until two second-half touchdowns.
Other offensive standouts for Sweetwater were Bran-son Guelker, Israel Vera, Mark Lawrence, Dylan Jiminez and Max Nemir while defensive standouts included West, Gonzales, Vizzerra, Cory Mendez, Daniel Maldonado, Scott Warner and Denzel Moore. It was Sweetwaterâ€™s second straight win after a season-opening loss to Eastland.
Sweetwaterâ€™s JV team is 3-0 after beating Brecken-ridge. Hayden Reeves threw first-half scoring passes of 42 and 36 yards to Deandre Gatson. Reeves was 12-of-20 passing for 119 yards; Gatson caught five passes for 91 yards; and Jay Lomas ran for 51 yards. Austin Marlett had nine tackles, four for a loss, and Donato Gaxiola had six tackles, two for a loss. Kris Duran caught a two-point pass that was thrown by Reeves.
â€śI thought it was a great effort by the kids,â€ť coach Jake Freeman said. â€śWe made plays offensively when we needed to and limited the big play defensively. We love seeing 11 helmets to the football on every play.â€ť
Both Sweetwater teams will host Wall this week.