Battlefield ends Mountain View’s undefeated streak in regional semifinals

Battlefield 21, Mountain View 18: Calum O’Shea threw three touchdown passes and visiting Battlefield ended Mountain View’s previously undefeated season in the Region 6B semifinals.

The Wildcats took the lead earlier on a Connor Bugni field goal, followed by a Torie Martin touchdown run, but were unable to stop explosive plays from the Battlefield offense.

The Bobcats scored 21 unanswered points, dramatically changing the momentum of both teams.

Mountain View (11-1) added another touchdown on a Martin run and was successful on the 2-point conversion, but they couldn’t do much after that and a late Aaron Barber fumble sealed the game.

Battlefield (12-0) will visit Freedom-Woodbridge in next weekend’s regional final.

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view from the mountain 10 0 8 0 18

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First quarter

MV—Connor Bugni 34 field goals

MV—Torie Martin 1 run (Bugni kick).

Second bedroom

Ba: Brandon Binkowski 76 pass from Calum O’Shea (good kick).

Ba—Binkowski 37 pass from O’Shea (good kick).

Third quarter

Ba—Braden Boggs pass 43 from O’Shea (good kick).

V.M.Torie Martin 1 run (2 point run good).


Licensed in letters V.M.
First attempts 10 9
Yards of reeds 30-30 18-39
passing yards 252 177
Comp-Att-Int 16-25-1 13-33-1
Points-Average. 26 6-37.6
lost balls 1-1 2-1
Penalties-yards 17-133 9-88

In a hurry: Battlefield: Calum O’Shea 11-(-20); Bryce Banning 5-15; wise Davis 13-42; Braden Boggs 1-7. Mountain View: Torie Martin 6-8, 2 TDs; Jamil Ramsuer 9-37; Aarón Barbero 3-(-6).

Passed: Battlefield: Calum O’Shea 16-25-1, 252, 3 TDs. Mountain View: Aaron Barber 13-33-1, 177.

Reception: Battlefield: Braden Boggs 6-143, TD; Bryce Banning 2-19; Brandon Binkowski 7-166, 2 TDs; Wise Davis 1-(-8). Mountain View: RJ 4-90 winters; Sherwin Tisson 1-7; Torie Martin 2-22; Pierre Harris Jr. 1-11; Tyler Tanks 1-12; Daniel Crosby 4-35.

Liberty (Woodbridge) 52, Colonial Forge 16: Colonial Forge’s season came to an end Friday night at the hands of the reigning state champions.

Freedom (Woodbridge) defeated the Eagles, 52-16, in the Region 6B semifinals and will advance to the regional finals next week.

Freedom (11-0) jumped ahead quickly with a long touchdown pass on the second play from scrimmage and built a 25-point lead before Forge’s Brock Brimhall hit Ethen Horne for a 59-yard score to finish the first half.

Horne ran a kickoff 80 yards to make it a two-score game in the third quarter, but Freedom’s Juju Preston caught two more touchdown passes from Tristan Evans-Portillo, and Jeff Overton ran in his third touchdown to give Freedom the comfortable final margin. .

—David Kessler

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Freedom 6 19 13 7 Four. Five

First quarter

Fr—Juju Preston 58 pass from Tristan Evans-Portillo (kick blocked)

Second bedroom

Fr: Jeff Overton 3 runs (2-point conversion missed)

Fr: EJ Reid pass 26 from Tristan Evans-Portillo (failed 2-point conversion)

Fr—Aaron Duncan 51 pass from Tristan Evans-Portillo (kick from EJ Reid)

CF: Ethen Horne pass 59 from Brock Brimhall (Josiah Bryson career)

Third quarter

Fr: pass by Juju Preston 8 by Tristan Evans-Portilli (kick by EJ Reid)

CF: Ethen Horne kickoff returns 80 (Jaevyen Peterson career)

Fr: Jeff Overton 68 runs (2-point conversion failed)

Fourth trimester

Fr—Juju Preston 28 pass from Caleb Tucker (EJ Reid kick)

Fr—Jeff Overton 4 runs (EJ Reid kick)


CF Brother
First attempts 10 18
Yards of reeds 30-60 29-377
passing yards 109 288
Comp-Att-Int 6-15-0 15-25-0
Points-Average. 8-34.0 0-0
lost balls 0-0 0-0
Penalties-yards 2-10 6-49

In a hurry: Colonial Forge: Josiah Bryson 11-33; Jaevyen Peterson 4-7; Brock Brimhall 15-0. Freedom: Jeff Overton 22-298, 3TD; Tristan Evans-Portillo 5-66; Kameron Courtney 1-12; Darrell Fansey 1-1.

Passed: Colonial Forge: Brock Brimhall 6-15-0, 109, TD. Freedom: Tristan Evans-Portillo 14-22-0, 248, 4TD; Caleb Tucker 1-3-0, 40 yards, TD.

Reception: Colonial Forge: Jaevyen Peterson 1-6; Ethen Horne 5-103, TD. Freedom: Juju Preston 5-140, 3TD; EJ Reid 4-83, touchdown; Aaron Duncan 1-51, touchdown; Kameron Courtney 5-50.

Puente de Piedra 35, Massaponax 14: William Wiggins rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown in the second quarter, and Josiah Perry broke free for a 98-yard kickoff return for another score, but visiting Massaponax couldn’t keep up with top-seeded Stone Bridge in a loss in the Region 5D semifinal on Friday night.

Na’eem Adbul-Rahim Gladding scored and caught his second of three receiving touchdowns from Brandon Pena five seconds before halftime, giving the Bulldogs (7-4) momentum heading into the second half.

Perry’s long kickoff return brought the Panthers, who finished the season 6-6, within 28-14 with about eight minutes left in the fourth quarter.

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Stone bridge 6 12 7 10 35

First quarter

SB: Na’eem Abdul-Rahim Gladding 49 pass from Brandon Peña (missed kick)

Second bedroom

SB: Jordan Kaiser 5 runs (failed run)

But—William Wiggins 2 runs (Jacob Lynch kick)

SB: Na’eem Abdul-Rahim Gladding 60 pass from Brandon Peña (run failed)

Third quarter

SB: Troy Márquez 10 runs (Connor Mclaughlin kick)

Fourth trimester

SB: Connor Mclaughlin 34 field goals

But—Josiah Perry 98 kickoff return (Jacob Lynch kick)

SB: Na’eem Abdul-Rahim Gladding 13 pass by Brandon Peña (kick by Connor Mclaughlin)


But S.B.
First attempts eleven
Yards of reeds 42-135
passing yards 30
Comp-Att-Int 5-10-1
Points-Average. 3-38.0
lost balls 3-1
Penalties-yards 3-20

In a hurry: Massaponax—Donavan Phillips 5-28; Ian hit 9-(-9); William Wiggins 22-100, touchdown; Gabe Newby-Morris 3-(-15); Lawrence Frye 1-7; Malik Turner-Gutierrez 2-27.

Passed: Massaponax: Ian Shook 5-10-1, 30 yards.

Reception: Massaponax—Eric Murphy 2-17; Donavan Phillips 2-3; Isaiah 1-10 Ward.

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