Cornerstone stays home, runs away by 50 in blowout

October 24, 2012
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The Cornerstone Crusaders made short work of Comanche Premier Friday, winning 50-0 on their home field.

The game was called after the third quarter because of six-man football’s mercy rule.

The game was the Texas Christian Athletic League Six-Man Division II District 1 opener for the Crusaders (4-4 overall). It was also their second straight win after having dropped three straight.

Brendon Brawley rushed for 65 yards and a pair of touchdowns and passed for 86 yards for Cornerstone. Logan Weems caught two passes for 62 yards and had an interception on defense.

Cornerstone scored every time it had the ball.

“The boys came out really strong,” said Cornerstone coach Bobby Johnson. “Comanche had a couple starters out though.”

The game was switched to Cornerstone from Comanche, as has this week’s game against Dublin Premiere.

Crusaders 50

Comanche Premiere 0

Premiere 0 0 0 — 0

C’stone 22 14 14 — 50

Cornerstone standouts


Rushing – Brendon Brawley 3-65, 2 TDs; Forrest Copenhaver 2-51, 2 TDs; David Delzeit 45-yard TD; Joseph Deskin 2-29, TD.

Passing – Brawley 4-6, 86 yards; Copenhaver 1-25; Delzeit 1-36, TD.

Receiving – Logan Weems 2-62; Deskin 1-44; Copenhaver 3-41; Delzeit 36-yard TD.


Tackles – Dylan Overstreet 8, Jared Rudd 7, Weems 6.

Interception – Weems.

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