High School Football

San Angelo Central crushes Keller Timber Creek

Keller Timber Creek was able to keep it tight early, holding a 7-7 tie with San Angelo Central late into the first quarter. From that point on, San Angelo Central controlled the game’s tempo with a fast-paced offense and scored three touchdowns in the second quarter to take a 31-14 halftime lead. That lead proved to be more than insurmountable. San Angelo poured on six second half touchdowns and won the game 66-14.

Key players: San Angelo Central tailback Daven Manning gained 197 total yards and scored 3 total touchdowns. San Angelo Central’s quarterback finished 19 of 28 for 308 yards and 5 touchdowns and added 1 touchdown receiving.

Key stat: San Angelo Central, which ended the regular season ranked No. 6 in The Associated Press state poll, outgained Timber Creek 631 yards to 252 in total offense. The Falcons were making just their second playoff appearance, and last week won their first-ever postseason game.

Record: San Angelo Central 12-0; Keller Timber Creek 7-5


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