COLLEGE STATION, TX -- The College Station Cougars closed out their first season of high school football with a 63-0 win over the Wharton JV Thursday night at Cougar Field.
College Station (6-4) wraps up its inaugural football season on a five game winning streak.
The Cougars jumped out to a 21-0 first quarter lead behind the arm of McGregor Hines. He threw a 25 yard touchdown pass to Ryan Johnson for a 7-0 lead. Then found Jeremiah Booker on a 9 yard scoring strike for a 14-0 lead. Cole Whittlesey pulled down a 25 yard pass on a fade route to the corner of the end zone to increase the Purple and Blacks lead to 21-0. Hines threw for 125 yards and three scores. He also rushed for 31 yards and added two more scores on the night.
Travis Tate made sure he became the first Cougar to rush for over one thousand yards in a season as he racked up 133 yards on 11 carries. His 38 yard rushing touchdown increased College Station;s lead to 28-0 in the first quarter.
The Cougars added to their lead with 3 more scores in the 2nd quarter highlighted by Rajah Preciado's 70 yard punt return to increase College Station's lead to 35-0.
After opening the year with a 1 and 4 record, the Cougars roll off 5 straight wins to close out the 2012 season and head into the off season with plenty to be proud of courtesy of a 6-4 record.