Crusaders’ season ends at Tribe Consolidated

November 21, 2012
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One week after setting a school record for points in game, the Cornerstone Crusaders saw their season come to an end with a 70-20 area-round loss at Bastrop Tribe Consoliidated in a Texas Christian Athletic League playoff.

The Crusaders (6-6) found themselves down 36-6 after the first quarter and 49-20 at the half. The game was called due to six-man football’s mercy rule after Consolidated (8-2) scored 21 third-quarter points.

Cornerstone quarterback Forrest Copenhaver put in a yeoman effort in the loss, completing 15 of 19 passes for 192 yards and three touchdowns.

The Crusaders defeated Crosby Victory and Life in bidistrict 96-47.

The Crusaders have advanced to the second round of the playoffs in each of their first two varsity seasons.


Cornerstone 6 14 0 0 – 20

Tribe Cons. 36 13 21 0 – 70

Cornerstone leaders


Rushing – Joseph Deskin 5-44, Josh Beaird 7-46.

Passing – Forrest Copenhaver 15-19, 192 yards, 3 TDs.

Receiving – Logan Weems 7-82; Brenden Brawley 5-77, 2 TDs; Copenhaver 2-10.


Tackles – Weems 9, Brawley 8, Bryson King 6.

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