When it Rains, it Pours

CPFB Takes Third Loss to Hutto in Harsh Conditions

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When it Rains, it Pours

Senior Brandon Breed celebrates a touchdown after making a tough catch in the end zone during the Oct. 19 Hutto game. Breed had a solid game with one touchdown and a good amount of catches.

Senior Brandon Breed celebrates a touchdown after making a tough catch in the end zone during the Oct. 19 Hutto game. Breed had a solid game with one touchdown and a good amount of catches. "I have a lot of people counting on me to make a play,," Breed said. "So when you start playing for other people, it becomes a lot easier to make those big plays."

Photo by Sydney Miner

Senior Brandon Breed celebrates a touchdown after making a tough catch in the end zone during the Oct. 19 Hutto game. Breed had a solid game with one touchdown and a good amount of catches. "I have a lot of people counting on me to make a play,," Breed said. "So when you start playing for other people, it becomes a lot easier to make those big plays."

Photo by Sydney Miner

Photo by Sydney Miner

Senior Brandon Breed celebrates a touchdown after making a tough catch in the end zone during the Oct. 19 Hutto game. Breed had a solid game with one touchdown and a good amount of catches. "I have a lot of people counting on me to make a play,," Breed said. "So when you start playing for other people, it becomes a lot easier to make those big plays."

Noah Hedges, Reporter

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In response to a tough loss last Friday, CPFB is taking steps to improve their game plan to finish out the season strong.

A combination of harsh rain and cold winds made the game a struggle to compete in. Junior Gabe Alvarez was in the stands supporting the team.

“I thought that if it wasn’t raining we probably would have had a better defense, and maybe a better offense to make some catches or make some plays,” Alvarez said. “I’m looking forward to seeing a better team than last week.”

Apart from the rain being a setback for the team on Friday, junior running back Majeston Haverda said that they will have time for improvement over the next two weeks due to a BYE week.

“We are ready to come back,” Haverda said. “We want to bounce back and come back stronger.”

CPFB takes on Pflugerville at John Gupton Stadium on Nov. 2 at 7 p.m.