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High school football - junior varsity

Lions improve to 2-0 at home with win over Fulshear

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Party in the backfield

Randle's John Miller gets up after pressure the Fulshear quarterback Thursday at Lion Field. 

The Randle High School junior varsity football team collected its second win in its inaugural season Thursday at Lion Field, shutting out Fulshear 42-0.

The Lions have won back-to-back home games by a margin of 81-0, and Thursday’s win was the first for Randle over a Lamar Consolidated ISD program.

Zion Lewis scored three touchdowns for the Lions in three different ways. He rushed for a touchdown, exchanged an interception for a score and returned a kickoff for a touchdown.

Lewis has returned kicks for a score in back-to-back weeks.

Courtney Brown caught two touchdown passes for Lions while Jayden Osbourne caught another.

Quarterback Leo Garza threw all three of the touchdown passes for Randle, he has four touchdown passes in two games.

On defense, Jared Sherman had nine tackles to lead the Lions. Eric Strickland added six tackles and four quarterback hurries.

Randle (2-1) will hit the road in Week 4, the Lions will travel to Pieper High School in San Antonio. The Warriors are also opening 2021, and Pieper is the fifth school in Comal ISD — joining New Braunfels Canyon, Canyon Lake, Smithson Valley and San Antonio Davenport.

Follow Fort Bend Herald sports editor Ryan Dunsmore on Twitter at @duns_more for game updates. Follow the Herald sports department on Twitter at @fbheraldsports, Facebook and Instagram at Fort Bend Herald Sports. 

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