Feb 04, 2021
In a district match-up, the Aubrey Chaparrals traveled to Gainesville last week. Putting their full effort into the game, Aubrey took off right out of the gate and never looked back as they faced a tough Gainesville squad. VYPE DFW takes a look back at the game:
Emerson Cagle opened up scoring for the Chaps early in the game with a 93-yard touchdown run. With high energy, Dylan Brooks and Anthony Brumley followed suit in the first quarter for touchdowns of their own; Brooks with a 38-yard rush and Brumley with a 3-yard rush. Continuing the run game in the second quarter, Cagle posted a 29-yard run to the endzone for an Aubrey score, putting the Chaparrals up 28-0 before Gainesville could finally answer back with what would eventually be their only score on the evening-- a 12-yard rush. Two more scores for Aubrey closed out the first half-- a 72-yard pass from Brock Temple to Tyler Brown followed by another Cagle rushing touchdown-- and the Chaps went into halftime ahead 42-7.
Having pulled away already with high energy and an incredible atmosphere, the Aubrey Chaparrals knew they could close out the game without any big issues. The second half saw a third-quarter score from Brooks and a fourth-quarter 86-yard touchdown rush from Nathan Hough.
The 55-7 victory over Gainesville helped Aubrey improve their overall record to a 2-4 and 2-0 in district play so far. The team currently sits at the top of their district standings just above Van Alstyne who also has a 2-0 district record. The team hosts Van Alstyne on Friday in what could be their toughest district opponent this season. Looking ahead, fans can expect a tough battle on both sides of the ball. Van Alstyne is led by Weston Johnson, Kaster Fonseca, Brady Carson, and Brayden Miller. With a 60% winning percentage, the team will put up a fight against Aubrey.
Aubrey can be expected to continue to hold their own and impress their fans through their district schedule. Riding a high after a huge victory over Gainesville, the Chaparrals can be expected to show up with full force week after week through the rest of their schedule.
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In their second district game of the season, Aubrey is traveling to Gainesville to face off against a tough Leopards squad. Both teams are looking to secure a second district victory on Friday night. VYPE DFW dives into their seasons so far:
Aubrey Chaparrals (1-4, 1-0)
Aubrey had a tough time in non-district play as they faced off against tough opponents like Sunnyvale, Anna, and Frisco Panther Creek. With a forfeit against Arlington Seguin, the team went 0-4 through their non-district matchups. Battling through intense moments on the field, the Chaparrals learned to overcome challenges and enter district play ready to get the job done.
As the team entered district play last week, they hosted Bridgeport in a 49-9 victory. Led by Emerson Cagle, Dylan Brooks, Alex Osterman, Landon Martino, Xavier McCoy, Tyler Brown, and others, Aubrey is looking to continue their strong effort in district play on Friday night in Gainesville.
Gainesville Leopards (4-1, 1-0)
Gainesville is having a strong season so far. Their only loss came in a hard-fought 21-20 battle against Vernon in a week two home opener. Through non-district play, the Leopards posted big wins against Trinity Leadership (48-20), Dallas Hillcrest (28-21), and Denton (51-47) to set the tone for their season.
Entering district play, Gainesville went on the road and fought against Sanger. Outlasting Sanger, Gainesville posted a 45-31 victory in which the offense recorded over 320 rushing yards in the game. Led by Ladanian White, Cade Searcy, Payton Mathews, London Daniels, Marcus Murphy, and others, this offense is ready to battle on Friday night in front of a home crowd.
What To Expect
Last season, Aubrey defeated Gainesville in a 63-6 dominating fashion during their undefeated district run (6-0). Looking to improve their record this season, the Chaparrals will do whatever it takes to overpower Gainesville right out of the gate. Gainesville has had incredible game IQ this season- a defense that knows how to make timely stops paired with an offense that moves with a purpose just might have what it takes to finish the job against Aubrey.
Kick-off is slated for 7:30 p.m. on Friday, September 29th at Gainesville High School.
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