Consol comeback bid comes up short against Hutto

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WALLER, Texas (KBTX) -- A&M Consolidated saw its season end with a 24-21 loss to Hutto Friday night.

The Tigers fell behind 24-7 in the second quarter and pulled as close as 24-21, but could not get the ball back in the fourth after their final touchdown with just over six minutes to play.

Hutto jumped out to a 14-0 first quarter lead, but saw the Tigers pull within 14-7 on a long catch and run by Aaron Campbell-Love on a pass from Daylan Faltysek.

Hutto answered with a field goal and another touchdown to build their big lead at 24-7, however the Tigers answered just before the break on a five-yard Faltysek to Devin Price touchdown connection.

The Tigers pulled as close as three when Faltysek hit Steven Ray with a six-yard touchdown in the fourth, but the Hippos converted big third and fourth downs on their way to the win.

Consol's first season under Lee Fedora ends with a record of 9-3.

Hutto advances to face Fort Bend Marshall in the regional round of the playoffs.