SANTA MARIA AT BENAVIDES: The Santa Maria Cougars picked up a convincing 35-7 win over Benavides on Friday. With the win, the Cougars improved their overall record to 2-2. Up next for Santa Maria is Agua Dulce at home this Friday. After starting the year with a 20-18 loss to MMA in Week One, the Cougars rebounded with a 12-7 victory over Monte Alto. However, the Cougars dropped the next game to CC John Paul II 26-14. The Longhorns poses a 2-1 record with wins over Charlotte (27-14) and Runge (14-13).
The ValleyMorning Star had a chance to catch up with the senior and ask him a few questions. Q: It’s your senior season. What are you going to miss most about your time at Rio Hondo? Pizarro: The most I’ll miss about Rio Hondo is the brotherhood on the team. We truly are brothers on and off the field. Q: In your opinion what makes a team successful? Pizarro: A team’s chemistry is what makes a team great and successful. It’s all about the bond you have as a team and it’ll show on the field.
However, Week Four provides a new challenge with Brownsville St. Joseph coming to town. The Bloodhounds are a team that is known for its explosive offensive output. For the past three seasons, games between Raymondville and St. Joseph have produced some memorable moments for both sides. In total, 237 points have been racked up between the two in previous encounters.
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