The Bobcat defense held the Seahawks to just 12 yards on the night while the offense covered a lot of field tallying 716 yards.
“There are still some things to work out, but I’m proud of the boys,” said head coach Jason Herring.
From their first play from scrimmage the Cats let it all out with Travis Quintanilla tossing a 52 yard touchdown pass to Marcus Thompson. In just 14 seconds of play, the Bobcats put points on the board.
The Refugio offense controlled the scoreboard the entire game but it was the defense that kept the Seahawks grounded.
Devon LaFrance, John Wesley Shipp, and J.B. Brown made key plays on defense.
J.B. Brown was a jack of all trades in the game catching a 31-yard touchdown pass and returning an interception for a 63 yard score in the first half. In the second half he showed his running ability on an 11-yard touchdown run.
Quintanilla was on target, completing 13 of 21 passes for 354 yards. Four of them were touchdown passes.
Freshman Isaiah Perez also stepped up rushing for 162 yards in the game and two scores. Running back Draigon Silvas also had two scores.
With the score 55-0 at the beginning of the second half, Brett Davis took over the quarterback position giving Quintanilla a much needed rest.
The Bobcat defense hardened even more with big plays coming from Glenn Wineman, Tevin Nash, and Tyler Williams.
With the 76-0 thumping of the Seahawks the Bobcats have won 19 straight games. The Bobcats will travel to Freer to take on the Buckaroos this Friday night.
Kickoff is at 7:30 in Freer.