FINAL SCORES: Week 5 Crossroads High School Recap
As we enter week 5 of High School Football this week, let's take a look at a couple of results from Thursday night games. The East Titans(2-2,1-0) got back in the win column top open district play with a 43--7 win over Corpus Christ Carrol(2-2,0-1). It was also the battle of the Bobcats, Bloomington(3-2,0-1) at Refugio(4-1,1-0). Refugio with the 61-0 win.
The West Warriors (1-3,1-0) got in the win column to open district play with a big win over Corpus Christi Moody, 53-0. The Victoria Home School Cobras(4-0) have been quietly dominating on the gridiron and look to continue their hot start versus Valor South Austin (3-1)on Saturday at 11 AM. The St. Joseph Flyers(1-3,0-1) are on a bye week this week.
Crossroads Football scores(9/22/23)
East Titans 43 (2-2,1-0) Corpus Christi Carrol 7(2-1,0-1)
Bloomington Bobcats 0, (3-2,0-0) Refugio Bobcats 61 (4-1,1-0)
Corpus Christi Moody 0 (1-3,0-1) West Warriors 53 (1-3,1-0)
Cuero Gobblers 49 (4-0) Beeville Trojans 21 (4-1)
Industrial Cobras 8 (2-2,0-1 )Goliad Tigers 28 (3-2,1-0)
Ganado Indians 28 (4-1,1-0) Shiner Comanches 6 (0-5,0-1)
Runge Yellowjackets/ Louse Hornets(forfeited-Loss)
Calhoun Sandcrabs 14 (2-3) Gregory Portland Wildcats 27(4-1)
Yoakum Bulldogs 34 (4-1) Gonzales Apaches 14 (2-2)
Central Catholic 7 Halletsville Brahams 27
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MOST EXPENSIVE HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM IN TEXAS:
The most expensive high school football stadium in Texas can be found in KATY! Two years ago Legacy Stadium opened with a price tag of 72 million dollars. The capacity is 12,000 and while there are bigger stadiums, capacity-wise, and bigger overall stadiums. The amenities are what set this stadium apart. Just check out that press box and VIP area up top.
The stadium is equipped with a large event space that overlooks the field. The stadium also features luxury boxes for corporate sponsors. Maybe $72 million might be a bit much, but then again, high school football is a way of life in Texas.