Cedar Park continues winning streak against Rouse

Savannah Burchfiel


The Timberwolf varsity football team (5-2, 3-0) topped the Rouse Raiders (5-3, 2-2) 27-7 Friday, Oct. 19 at Gupton Stadium. The Timberwolves are the only unbeaten team in District 25-4A.

After two lost games at the beginning of the season, the T-wolves entered district play as powerful as ever. The game against Rouse allowed the team to continue their five game winning streak.

Junior quarterback Nathan Grimm completed eight passes for 210 yards in the first half.

Touchdowns included an 80-yard strike to junior Samuel Brock, a 67-yard connection with senior Chidy Udoye, and a 3-yard run by sophomore running back Christ Hutchings.

Grimm’s passes to Brock and Udoye are the longest and fourth-longest in school history, respectively.

Black Rain defense also proved their superiority to Rouse, stifling Raider opportunities with three red-zone stops.  Junior safety Lane Waller made his third interception of the season in the second half.

District play continues Oct. 26 against Vandegrift. The game is sure to provide of heckling from the stands and impressive performance from both rival teams.