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Trojans News · Event Recap: Week of November 4 – November 10


Saturday, Nov 4th

No event results

Sunday, Nov 5th

No event results

Monday, Nov 6th

No event results

Tuesday, Nov 7th

No event results

Wednesday, Nov 8th

No event results

Thursday, Nov 9th

Boys Junior Varsity Football
@ Del Valle High School
N/A
Boys Freshman Football Gold
vs. Del Valle (Noack #2)
N/A
Boys Junior Varsity Football Gold
@ Del Valle
N/A
Boys Freshman Football Blue
vs. Del Valle (Noack #2)
N/A
Boys Junior Varsity Football Blue
@ Del Valle
N/A

Friday, Nov 10th

Boys Varsity Football
vs. Del Valle (Nelson)
N/A

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Trojans News · All Teams Schedule: Week of November 6 – November 12


Here’s a preview of this week’s events for L C Anderson High School, November 6 – November 12

MONDAY

November 06, 2017

No events happening

TUESDAY

November 07, 2017

No events happening

WEDNESDAY

November 08, 2017

No events happening

THURSDAY

November 09, 2017

6:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football
@ Del Valle High School
SCHEDULE
6:00 PM Boys Freshman Football Gold
vs. Del Valle (Noack #2)
SCHEDULE
6:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football Gold
@ Del Valle
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Boys Freshman Football Blue
vs. Del Valle (Noack #2)
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football Blue
@ Del Valle
SCHEDULE

FRIDAY

November 10, 2017

7:30 PM Boys Varsity Football
vs. Del Valle (Nelson)
SCHEDULE

SATURDAY

November 11, 2017

No events happening

SUNDAY

November 12, 2017

No events happening

Notes

Nothing more to add at this time. Make it the best week ever!


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Trojans News · Event Recap: Week of October 28 – November 3


Saturday, Oct 28th

No event results

Sunday, Oct 29th

No event results

Monday, Oct 30th

No event results

Tuesday, Oct 31st

No event results

Wednesday, Nov 1st

No event results

Thursday, Nov 2nd

Boys Junior Varsity Football
vs. San Marcos (Noack #1)
N/A
Boys Freshman Football Gold
@ San Marcos
N/A
Boys Junior Varsity Football Gold
vs. San Marcos (Noack)
N/A
Boys Freshman Football Blue
@ San Marcos
N/A
Boys Junior Varsity Football Blue
vs. San Marcos (Noack)
W 26 – 15

Friday, Nov 3rd

Boys Varsity Football
@ San Marcos
N/A

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Trojans News · All Teams Schedule: Week of October 30 – November 5


Here’s a preview of this week’s events for L C Anderson High School, October 30 – November 5

MONDAY

October 30, 2017

No events happening

TUESDAY

October 31, 2017

No events happening

WEDNESDAY

November 01, 2017

No events happening

THURSDAY

November 02, 2017

6:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football
vs. San Marcos (Noack #1)
SCHEDULE
6:00 PM Boys Freshman Football Gold
@ San Marcos
SCHEDULE
6:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football Gold
vs. San Marcos (Noack)
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Boys Freshman Football Blue
@ San Marcos
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football Blue
vs. San Marcos (Noack)
SCHEDULE

FRIDAY

November 03, 2017

7:30 PM Boys Varsity Football
@ San Marcos
SCHEDULE

SATURDAY

November 04, 2017

No events happening

SUNDAY

November 05, 2017

No events happening

Notes

Nothing more to add at this time. Make it the best week ever!


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Multiple Teams · Varsity Football falls to Bowie 52-14


Friday, October 27, 2017

7:30 PM

Bowie
AWAY
52
L C Anderson High School
HOME
14

Game Recap

The Anderson Trojans faced off against the Bowie Bulldogs on the first frigid night of the season at Nelson stadium on Friday night October 27th. Halloween weekend found the sidelines with four Trojan mascots and two teams dressed to support breast cancer awareness for a game that ended up with Bowie over Anderson 52-14.

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The game was a tough competition finding the Trojans with some injuries as the night wore on. There were some new faces on the defensive involved with the tackling in the middle of the line. Overall it was a game that challenged the players to dig deep and find ways to make plays throughout evening.

First score:

CoyFullmerThroughout the game the Trojans worked the running game. Many of the runs were short gains with the offensive line pulling and blocking to find lanes for the running back. After receiving the kickoff and returning the ball to the thirty, Anderson set up for the drive starting in the I formation.

The Trojan back, lined up on the left, pulled and lead the play to the right, throwing a great cut block on the waiting D-back tracking the play. The running back followed, cutting upfield through the now empty defensive line. The Bowie defensive unit was strung out too far, their safety trying to track but coming up short, the running back outracing everyone up the left side 70 yards for the touchdown.

Second score:
DeanDixonAnderson’s second score started with a series of short runs and passes. Around the forty yard line a sharp pass to the right found an open receiver who raced up the field for a nice long gain to get the Trojans close to the red zone.The Trojans continued to drive with a series of small gains. A receiver broke open and ran towards the end zone, just missing a pass at his finger tips. Undaunted, the Trojans continued the drive into the red zone. A nice slant route across the middle moved the Trojans fifteen yards inside the five.

The scoring run went to the left, lead again by the Trojan back, throwing a great cut block against the outside linebacker, allowing the play to stretch out the line. The fans waited as the running back continued to the left, the wide out throwing a block in the end zone, the running back looking for the right time to cut, and finally rushing into the end zone, scooching in untouched at the marker.

Defense:
During the kickoff in the second half, the Bulldogs were threatening to bring back the kickoff for a score. Showing the tenacity of each of the players to do their best, the last and lone Trojan defender made an impressive open field tackle to stop the Bowie return man.

Later in the third quarter the defensive effort was highlighted by a great behind the lines tackle. The Anderson linebacker raced around the left side of the line to make a great waist tackle on the running back before he could reach the line.

Anderson’s secondary held Bowie to short passes for most of the game. There were no passes into the end zone by the Bulldogs during the night.

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Late in the second quarter the Bulldogs set up on the 48 with first down. Their first play ran two receivers deep across the middle. The secondary came up with a great interception, with the defender keeping tight coverage on the receiver. Once the ball was in the air, the safety gained grown and jumped up in front of the receiver for the INT.

Offensive:
The Trojans started the game with a long drive, eating up five minutes of the clock, with the Trojans showing confidence and gamesmanship starting on the opening drive. Ultimately, the drive ended when a fourth down attempt came up short. Throughout the game the Anderson made first down passes to the receiver corps, with crisp throws across the middle and good routes to get open. The running game was a bruising affair, responsible for both scores for the Trojans.

The offensive line held the Bowie rush in check for most of the night. Battling Bowie throughout the night there were no interceptions thrown by the quarterback and there were no fumbles in the running game.

Box Scores

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2
3
4
Bowie
7
24
38
52
L C Anderson
7
14

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Girls Junior Varsity Softball, Girls Varsity Softball · L C Anderson High School Varsity Softball falls to Hendrickson High School 9-2


Friday, April 28, 2017

6:00 PM

L C Anderson High School
AWAY
2

Hendrickson High School
HOME
9

Game Recap

Anderson Trojans Varsity Falls in Back-And-Forth Affair Against Hendrickson
Anderson Trojans Varsity and Hendrickson passed the lead back-and-forth on Friday, but eventually Hendrickson prevailed 9-2. The game was tied at two with Hendrickson batting in the bottom of the third when #20 singled off of Jessi Hamlin, driving in one run.
Hendrickson captured the lead in the first inning. #13 grounded out, scoring one run.
Hendrickson took the lead for good with two runs in the third inning. In the third #0 singled off of Jessi Hamlin, driving in one run.
Hendrickson scored three runs in the fourth inning. The big inning for Hendrickson came thanks to a double by #9, a triple by #0, and a triple by #20.
#7 earned the win for Hendrickson. She threw seven innings, allowing two runs, two hits, and striking out nine. Hamlin took the loss for Anderson Trojans Varsity. She went six innings, surrendering nine runs, 11 hits, and striking out one.
Analisa Ybarra and Makena Fidler each managed one hit to lead Anderson Trojans Varsity.
Hendrickson collected 11 hits. #0, #9, and #20 each collected multiple hits for Hendrickson.

Box Scores

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2
3
4
5
6
7
R
H
E
L C Anderson

2

2

2

6

Hendrickson
1

2

3

2

1

9

11

3


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Trojans News · Event Recap: Week of October 21 – October 27


Saturday, Oct 21st

No event results

Sunday, Oct 22nd

No event results

Monday, Oct 23rd

No event results

Tuesday, Oct 24th

Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball
@ Del Valle High School
W 1 – 2
Girls Freshman Volleyball A
@ Del Valle High School
W 0 – 2
Girls Varsity Volleyball
@ Del Valle High School
W 1 – 3
Girls Freshman Volleyball B
@ Del Valle High School
W 0 – 2

Wednesday, Oct 25th

No event results

Thursday, Oct 26th

Boys Junior Varsity Football Gold
vs. Bowie (House Park)
N/A
Boys Junior Varsity Football
vs. Bowie (House Park)
N/A SUMMARY
Boys Freshman Football Gold
vs. Bowie (Nelson Baseball)
N/A
Boys Freshman Football Blue
vs. Bowie (Nelson Baseball Field)
N/A
Boys Junior Varsity Football Blue
vs. Bowie (House Park)
W 21 – 20 SUMMARY

Friday, Oct 27th

Boys Varsity Football
vs. Bowie (Nelson)
N/A

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Trojans News · Where’s Texas’ Toughest Place to Play? – Presented by VNN


Last month we asked our network to share the places in their state that they thought were the toughest to visit. Nearly 500 stadiums, gyms, pools, and courses were nominated, and now it’s time to crown a winner.

Where’s Texas’ Toughest Place to Play?

Votes are eligible to vote once per day.

Where’s Texas’ Toughest Place to Play?

Abe Martin Stadium – Football – Home of the Lufkin Panthers
Bear Stadium – Football – Home of the West Oso Bears
Klein Memorial Stadium – Football – Home of the Klein Collins Tigers
Everman Court – Many Sports – Home of the Everman Bulldogs
Bearcat Stadium – Football – Home of the Aledo Bearcats
Panther Stadium – Football – Home of the Spring Hill Panters
Dragon Stadium – Football – Home of the Southlake Carroll Dragons
C. H. Collins Stadium – Football – Home of the Denton Broncos
Yellow Jacket Stadium – Football – Home of the Cleburne Yellow Jackets
Ranger HS Gym – Volleyball – Home of the Ranger Bulldogs
Yovani Gallardo Field – Baseball – Home of the Trimble Tech Bulldogs
Challenger Columbia Stadium – Football – Home of the Clear Brook Wolverines

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Winning locations will be entered into our Regional and National Contest to come at a later date!

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Trojans News · All Teams Schedule: Week of October 23 – October 29


Here’s a preview of this week’s events for L C Anderson High School, October 23 – October 29

MONDAY

October 23, 2017

No events happening

TUESDAY

October 24, 2017

5:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball
@ Del Valle High School
SCHEDULE
5:30 PM Girls Freshman Volleyball A
@ Del Valle High School
SCHEDULE
6:30 PM Girls Varsity Volleyball
@ Del Valle High School
SCHEDULE
6:30 PM Girls Freshman Volleyball B
@ Del Valle High School
SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY

October 25, 2017

No events happening

THURSDAY

October 26, 2017

6:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football Gold
vs. Bowie (House Park)
SCHEDULE
6:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football
vs. Bowie (House Park)
SCHEDULE
6:00 PM Boys Freshman Football Gold
vs. Bowie (Nelson Baseball)
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Boys Freshman Football Blue
vs. Bowie (Nelson Baseball Field)
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football Blue
vs. Bowie (House Park)
SCHEDULE

FRIDAY

October 27, 2017

7:30 PM Boys Varsity Football
vs. Bowie (Nelson)
SCHEDULE

SATURDAY

October 28, 2017

No events happening

SUNDAY

October 29, 2017

No events happening

Notes

Nothing more to add at this time. Make it the best week ever!


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Multiple Teams · Varsity Football beat Akins 40-21


Friday, October 20, 2017

7:30 PM

L C Anderson High School
AWAY
40
Akins
HOME
21

Game Recap

The Anderson Trojans squared off against the Akins Eagles at Toney Burger Center on Friday the 20th in an action packed competition. The fans and the guest band from Murchison Middle School were treated to an Anderson 40 to 21 win in a game that provided many highlights on both sides of the football.

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The Trojans dazzled fans with quick scores, long drives, defensive three-and-outs, and exciting interceptions throughout the game. Anderson was firing on all cylinders, performing with confidence, and putting full steam into all sixty minutes of the game.

mr, parent reporter  (photographs contributed by nh, parent photographer )

Box Scores

1
2
3
4
L C Anderson
14
33
33
40
Akins
7
21
21
21

Game Summary

1Q

The Eagles opened up the game on the offensive, with a 20 yard pass broken up by the resurgent secondary, and the defensive line tackling the quarterback on a third down run, forcing a punt.

cheerleadersThe Anderson offense started their first drive using an “I”€ formation, gaining yards in the ground game. The first of two scores in this first quarter started with a play that was the fans’€™ first view of an unbalanced, or move line formation, with a receiver in a crowd of defenders, catching the pass on his shoulder, and outrunning four Eagles up the middle of the field to the end zone. The first of two 50 yard scoring plays. It was a night of firsts for Anderson.

The second scoring drive showed a template of balanced mixing of pass and running plays that was to be followed for much of the night. After a 15 yard pass, the Anderson ground game started up. The quarterback handed off to the running back, who cut to the left running along the line, then changing gears with a burst of speed through the line, scoring on a long 55 yard run up the left sideline for the touchdown.

2Q

The defense started up in the second quarter stopping another pass that was almost intercepted, being knocked down, and forcing the Eagles to punt in a three and out series.

The offense engineered a multi-play drive starting with a 20 yard pass, leading to a 15 yard run, then a 15 yard pass. The fans were treated to a continued offensive effort that was mixing up the plays and gaining ground on most snaps. The offensive line blocked on the edge, opening holes for the running back to cut into, and they provided pass protection throughout the drive. This continued high level of execution by the offensive line bulwarks throughout the game allowed Anderson to execute several long drives. This first drive of the second quarter ended with a ten yard pass to the running back out of the backfield for a two score lead.haleAlthough the Eagles had an outstanding ninety yard score on the ensuing kickoff, the Trojans took the field and continued to show the payoff for their early morning practices and their can-do attitude. On the first play from scrimmage, a 10 yard throw to the receiver turned into a 80 yard plus run, with the receiver showing football instinct to take a diagonal track, skirting the official, and keeping a two-step lead on multiple defenders all the way to the end zone. A roller coaster of emotions for the fans, putting Anderson back to a two score lead, over three scores in three plays between both teams.

The defense contained the Eagles for the rest of the second half. Akins was stopped on a promising drive when the safety broke up a huge 35 yard pass in a jump ball play, stopping the Eagles on third down. Twice in the second quarter Akins ended drives with incomplete passes.

coach_celebrateAnderson completed the first half with a long drive of mixed runs and passes, using a long pass to get the offensive to first and goal inside the five. The receiver was covered tight, jumping and pulling in the ball over the shoulder of the defender, a real display of trust and confidence engendered by this Trojan team. The score was an unflinching two yard run by the quarterback, taking a hit he knew was coming after entering the end zone. It was one small step for the score, and one huge step for the whole team to end a solid first half.

3Q

defenseAnderson received the ball in the second half, driving on the Akins D for two thirds of the quarter, chewing up yards and clock on the ground, passing when needed on long third downs. It was a classic use of the clock on a scoring drive. On the scoring pass play the Anderson quarterback was staring down a Mac-truck, and was solidly tackled, too late on a passing play to the end zone, to a receiver that cut left, leaving the defender three steps behind on a great route. Clearly the Anderson Trojan’s offense are all on the same page.

Akins was held to no score in the third quarter. The defense keep the Akins pass attack to short routes, no deep passes, and no long runs.

4Q

The fourth quarter belonged to the Anderson defense. The D-line continued a relentless rush, forcing the Eagles to scramble and pass. The secondary was licking their chops. After a pass breakup by the corner, the wheels came off of the Akins passing game.

interceptionsA drive of short runs and passes had Akins in the red zone. The Eagles attempted a touchdown throw, where the Anderson defender leaped up in another jump ball play, pulling down the football for the INT. The crowd was cheering, but Anderson was not finished, surprising all fans, the defender continued motion, running out of the end zone, returning the ball thirty yards.

On Akins’€™ next drive, a similar long drive punctuated with great open field tackles by the Trojan secondary, eating up the clock, found the Eagles in the red zone. Another attempted touchdown pass at the back of the center of the end zone was well covered, with the same Anderson defender jumping on front of the receiver, coming down with both feet in bounds right at the boundary, falling on his back with the INT.

On Akins’ last drive, yet another Trojan secondary INT got the fans back on their feet, cheering again, enjoying the action their players provided all game long. Anderson 40-21.