The St. Joseph Bloodhounds (1-2) are coming off a tough 52-48 loss against Rio Hondo last Friday. St. Joseph senior quarterback Kai Money accounted for more than 590 total yards of offense in the loss. He was 20 of 37 passing for 433 yards and five touchdowns and he also rushed for 160 yards and two more scores. Meanwhile, the Raymondville Bearkats (3-0) will enter the contest undefeated after a 35-20 come-from-behind victory over Lyford this past weekend in the annual Willacy County Cotton Bowl.
The Rattlers enter Friday’s game with a 2-0 record, having beaten SA Brennan 34-27 in Week 1 and Laredo United 21-3 in Week 2. Harlingen has not had much luck against the Rattlers in the past few years. In 2014, the Cards lost 42-0. In 2015, they played competitively, but still fell 42-28. And last season, Big Red fell 42-7 at San Antonio. Despite a solid performance, Harlingen South dropped its Week 2 non-district contest to PSJA High last Thursday, 31-24.
Last year the Hawks beat the Bears 35-27 thanks to a 372-yard rushing performance. However, all the running backs that helped tote the ball in that victory graduated during the offseason. But in Friday’s win, senior back Jorge Alicea made up for any lost talent by rushing for 225 yards on 19 carries for three scores, including a 33-yard TD run on the the Hawks’ opening drive. As for the Bears, they also enter Friday’s contest 1-0 after a 54-13 trouncing of Donna North.
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