Tigers and Bears: Cypress Park vs Bridgeland
Cypress Park Tigers vs Bridgeland Bears
The Tigers are scoring 59 points per game on offense while allowing just 12 points per game on defense.
They have scored 50+ points three times, and 60+ points three times.
The offense is a rushing offense to be sure, having gained 2465 rushing yards and scored 35 touchdowns on the ground. Cypress Park is led on offense by RB/LB Harold Perkins, RB Cameron King, and RB Nathan Livingston.
Perkins is a 4-star recruit, according to 247sports. He is rated as the #1 linebacker in the country and the #4 overall prospect in Texas. He holds 32 scholarship offers.
Perkins has rushed for 762 yards and 13 touchdowns, plus he has added 2 receiving touchdowns. He has recorded five games of over 100 yards rushing.
On defense, Perkins has made eight tackles, 2 sacks, 3 tackles for loss, and recovered a fumble.
King has rushed for 656 yards and scored eight touchdowns, plus he has three receiving touchdowns.
Livingston has added 404 yards rushing, 4 TDs on the ground, and 1 receiving touchdown.
The Tigers’ defense also features DL Jaylon Simien (25 tackles, 3 sacks, and 7 tackles for loss), and DB Raymond Davis (22 tackles and 5 INTs).
As a unit, the Tigers have made 300 tackles, 14 sacks, 42 tackles for loss, 8 INTs, 8 forced fumbles, 7 fumble recoveries, and blocked a punt.
The Bears are coming off a loss to Cypress Ranch last week. The week before that the Bears star quarterback Conner Weigman was injured and was forced to miss the Cy-Ranch game.
His status for this week is unknown.
On the season, Weigman has passed for 1652 yards and 15 touchdowns, and 5 INTs. He has also rushed for 436 yards and 5 touchdowns and has caught 2 TD passes.
He is the #2 overall quarterback prospect in the country, according to 247sports.
If Weigman can’t go, Josh Stevens could step in and handle the quarterback duties. Stevens will most certainly throw to WR Jonathan Nelson (558 yards, 4 TDs), and WR Andrew Maleski (417 yards, 6 TDs).
On the defense, the Bears are led by LB Benjamin Birbeck (30 Tackles) and DB Graham Gillespie (27 tackles, 4 INTs).
Cypress Park is 0-3 against Bridgeland, dating back to 2018, including a 62-10 loss last season.
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