Looking long

Brazos first-year quarterback Jeffrey Martinez (pictured) and freshman wide receiver Trey Gaston were able to get some quality connections for the Cougars Friday night against Tidehaven. 

Brazos has faced tough competition and injures in the first half of the 2020 schedule.

The Cougars have not yet reached the mountain top in District 14-3A DII after two games with a 42-6 loss at Tidehaven on Friday.

Brazos traveled to Delvin L. Taska Stadium in El Maton where senior quarterback Jared Demny was knocked out early.

First-year quarterback Jeffrey Martinez and freshman wide receiver Trey Gaston were able to get some quality connections for the Cougars.

Martinez found senior James Butler for the Cougars’ lone touchdown.

Brazos trailed 7-6 before the Tigers ran off 35 straight points.

The Cougars will enter the bye week with a 1-5 record overall and a 0-2 record in District 14-3A DII.

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