Texans got on the scoreboard first with a Cordero ""Showtime"" Williams to Keith Hradek 20 yard touchdown pass. Extra point was no good "Showtime" scrambles out of the pocket for 37 yard touchdown run extra point no good Texans 12 Razorbacks 0 first quarter "Showtime" takes it in from the five yards out making the score Texans 18 Razorback 0. The two-point conversion, "Showtime" to Marcus pointer making the score twenty 20 to 0 first quarter.
The Razorbacks got on the scoreboard in the second quarter with a 35 yard touchdown pass to number 80 Roy Gibbs two point conversion was good Texans 20 Razorbacks 8 yard line. A 15 yard touchdown pass from "Showtime" to Hradek made the score 28 - 8 second quarter
Razorbacks answered with a 60 yard touchdown pass to Roy Gibbs two point conversion was good, Texans 28 Razorbacks 16. A 32 yard touchdown pass from "Showtime" to Brandon Brinkley making the score 34 - 16. Texans second quarter. An 8 yard touchdown pass made the score 34-22 at the half.
Third quarter action, "Showtime" to Brandon Brinkley on a 13 yard touchdown pass two plus two point conversion, "Showtime" to Doug Ford making the score Texas 42 Razorbacks 22.Christian right reside up then middle for a 7 yard touchdown run two point conversion is good, "Showtime" to Medric Poole,final score Texans 50 Razorbacks 22.
The Texans are home this weekend against a very tough, Texas Spartans. Kickoff is at 7:30 PM in Bay City's Memorial Stadium. Tickets can be purchased through Buddy's in Victoria or the Aaron's in Bay City.
The Bay City Texans took a road trip to Brenham with a 2:30 kickoff as they played against the Texas Express, a veteran team of the DTFA. The Texans came into the contesst undermanned but optimistic, as always.
Keemon Jones got the scoring started with a 38 yard fumble recovery. The point-after-attempt was no good, the wind was blowing at a high rate. The Express returned the favor and tied the game at six all. The Express then took the lead going into halftime, 12-6.
As the second half began, the Texans quickly struck as Doug Ford found Brandon Brinkley for a 60 yard touchdown pass reception. In the last stanza, Adam Pointer took a 7 yard halfback pass in for a touchdown to put the Texans up, 18-12. The Express got a big break with a critical pass interference call. They scored to tie the score, once again, 18-18. The Texans drove down the field to the five yard line before losing possesion of the ball, stalling out the drive.
The game went into overtime as both teams could not get the ball moving in the right direction either way. The game ended in a tie, 18-18. The tie marks the first time the Texans had a tie in team history.
The Bay City Texans had a bye this past weekend to celebrate Valentine's day. Next game is Saturday, February 20th against the Brazoria County Razorbacks at Bay City's Memorial Stadium. Kickoff is at 7:30 PM.
The DTFA game of the week was played on January 30th as the Bay City Texans took on the BFFL Texas Lonestars. The Lonestars were playing with a lot more than football on their minds, as they lost teammate and family member just two days before.
The Texans striked quickly as Doug Ford connected with Keemon Jones on a 49 yard touchdown pass. Keith Hradek added the extra point. The Lonestars answered back with a fumbled snap on a punt from 22 yards out. A missed extra point gave the Texans the one point advantage, 7-6 in the first quarter. Ford flushed out fo the pocket and dove in for the touchdown, later in the second quarter. Hradek's PAT stretched the lead to eight points. BFFL Texas answered with a fullback draw and then a 2 point conversion to tie the game.
On 4th down, Ford found Cordero ""Showtime"" Williams on a thirty nine yard pass play to setup a Ford to Adam Pointer fifteen yard touchdown pass. Pointer juked out three Lonestars in ankle breaking fashion. The score at the half was 20-14, Texans up.
A scoreless third quarter setup an exciting 4th quarter, as the Lonestars scored late in the game (3:45 left) to tie the game at 20 a piece. It took one play in overtime to finish the game, Ford took the kickoff and handed it off to "Showtime" on a reverse. Williams outran everyone for an electrifying 75 yard touchdown run to end the game, 26-20.
What a game between the two teams and much respect to the BFFL Texas Lonestars. The Texans next make a trip to Blue Bell country, Brenham, Texas to play the Texas Express.
The Bay City Texans open the season against at home against the BFFL Lonestars in a contest that is the DTFA “Game of the Week.” The Lonestars have been in the league since its inception in 2014. They are funded by the Boykins Youth Foundation, Inc.
The Texans (2-0) go into the contest in prime form. Bay City defeated the Houston Lobos, who are in the North Division of the DTFA. They also defeated the CRAFL Bowl V champion Edinburg Landsharks.
Game time information:
Kickoff: 7:00 PM
Location: Memorial Stadium, Bay City
Tickets: $5 Presale from any Texan player or Aaron's in Bay City
$7 at the gate
children under 12 are free with adult admission
The Bay City Texans participated in the 1st Annual Texas Shootout, getting them ready for the upcoming season. They played the Crossroads Amateur Football League 2015 champion Edinburg Landsharks.
The Texans looked in mid-season form as Doug Ford and "Showtime" Williams each had two touchdowns a piece. Keeman Jones caught two passes for the day, both for touchdowns. Incidentally he had 135 yards receiving from the two. Defensively, Terrance Flagg and Brandon Brinkley were the standouts from an outstanding defense that held the Landsharks scoreless until the 3rd quarter. The entire defensive unit earned themselves a game ball from general manager Rudy Guzman. Guzman was proud to see the unit literally shut down the CRAFL Bowl V champions, 36-7.
At halftime of the game, Guzman and the rest of the Texans honored seventeen elementary students and honored the principal of Lonnie Roberts Elementary. Mrs. Melisa Carrol. The Bay City
Texan fans also enjoyed the dancing talent of Kimberly’s Dazzling Diamond Dance Team.
With all of the excitement, the Texans also raised $5,000 for the local Women’s Crisis Center.
Ten teams for the Dynamic Texas Football Association (DTFA) played in the DTFA Annual Jamboree, a Toys for Tots event. Ten teams along with their fans brought in over 2,000 toys. Meanwhile on the field, the Texans took on the Houston Lobos.
Doug Ford chunked a 30-yard pass to Christian Wright, drawing first blood in the 18-0 victory. Keeman Jones scored off a pick-six interception return from 70-yards out. Ford completed the Texan scoring with a 9-yard pass to Germany “Bobo” Williams.
The first annual Texas shootout is right around the corner as your Texans take on the Edinburg Landsharks and the Wharton Panthers take on Third Coast Hard Hittaz. We will raise money for the local women with 100% proceeds going to the Bay City Crisis Center. We will also be honoring 20 outstanding students from Lennie Robert Elementary anda faculty member from Lennie Robert Elementary, which is being kept secret till we announce it at halftime. Last but not least, the Bay City Texans are honoring our former head coach Corey Boyd from the 2013 championship season, where the then-Victoria Texans went 14-0, won the CRAFL BOWL lll and were voted 2A team of the year.
Come on out and enjoy the family atmosphere and Entertainment tell your friends, tell your family members spread the word playing football for a great cause help us make this a successful event. Pictured is Rudy Guzman of the Bay City Texans, as the Texans gave $500 to the Lennie Roberts Elementary School for school supplies.
The Victoria Texans season concluded on May 30th. The Texans defeated the Katy Sabercats the week before, 22-7 on May 23rd. The Texans then took on the Texas Red Raiders in Houston's Fun Field.
The fun ended for our beloved, Texans as they close the season with a 7-2 regular season record. Team owner Rudy Guzman is extremely proud of the team, "We fought hard all season long and I am upset that we lost, but understand this is football. Some one has to win and some one has to lose."
Next up for the Texans will be selections for the TUFA All-Star game, which has yet to be scheduled.
The Victoria Texans completed their regular season against the Woodland Warriors in Bay City's Memorial Stadium
The Texans' Cordero ""Showtime"" Williams put up the first points with a 45-yard touchdown pass to Doug Ford. Ford later took in an interception for a touchdown to give Victoria a 14-0 lead after the first quarter.
Williams took off in the second quarter with a 75-yard run for six points. Williams found Brandon Brinkley later in the quarter from 45-yards out. Going into the haflway mark, the Texans led 28-0.
At halftime, Brinkley and his "Little Cats" youth football team were honored for winning their first ever Super Bowl championship. They also honored 20 students from Linnie Roberts Elementary School. A special congratulations to those students for a job well done this year school year.
The last score of the game came on a 50-yard pass to Doug Ford who gave the lateral pass to Brinkley. Game balls go out to Ford and Williams for playing a "monster" of a game. The defense continued to play lights out football. The Texans want to thank the Warriors and tip their hat to a class organization.
The Texans play the Katy Sabercats on May 23rd at Patti Welder Stadium, kickoff at 7:30 PM for their first playoff game.
TUFA Super Bowl details were released this past week from the league office. The game will be played in Victoria's Memorial Stadium at 7 PM on June 13th.
Below is game information from the contest against the Katy Sabercats from March 14th.
Frank Kassner set up the first touchdown with an interception, which was called back. The next offensive series, the Texans' Doug Ford threw a bubble screen to Brandon Brinkley for a touchdown. Mark McPhee added the PAT. Terrance Flagg stripped the ball from the Sabercats and Parris Brown ran it in the next play from six-yards out. McPhee's extra point was blocked. Freddie Allen blocked a punt that was recovered on the Sabercat four-yard line. Ford caught a four-yard pass from Cordero ""Showtime"" Williams. On the extra point, Allen throws a pass to Larry Cunningham to make it 21-0, going into halftime.
Williams throws a 36-yard touchdown pass to Cunningham, with McPhee's PAT, it was 28-0. Williams found Keith Hradek for an eleven-yard touchdown pass. McPhee's extra point was blocked, 34-0. Terek Hayes got into the scoring act with a touchdown reception from Williams from 21-yards out, 40-0. Ken Lowry intercepted the ball and dashed in from 40-yards out. The final score, 46-0.
The Victoria Texans play their final regular season, scheduled game against the Woodland Warriors this Saturday in Bay City. The Texans still have to make up the Texas Colts game.
Below is game information from the contest against the Houston Ducks from April 25th.
Cordero ""Showtime"" Williams started the scoring with a touchdown pass to Doug Ford from 75 yards out. The Texans' didn't lack in exciting plays as Ford electrified the crowd with a called back, 85-yard punt return. Brandon Brinkley took an interception, then lateralled the ball to C. Williams for a 65-yard touchdown. Freddie Allen converted the two-point conversion, making the score, 14-0.
In the 3rd quarter, Williams once again scores but this time from scrambling out and running it in from 28 yards. Mark McPhee kicked the PAT as Victoria took a 21-0 lead. The next points came from Williams, his second touchdown pass. This time, he threw to Larry Cunnigham. McPhee added the extra point, 28-0.
The Ducks managed three points from a 30-yard field goal.
The Victoria Texans travelled to Pearland, Texas to take on the Texas Broncos in a crucial divison battle.
After a slow first quarter, the scoring began in the second as the Broncos took a bubble screen 55-yards to paydirt, giving the Broncos the lead, 7-0. Just before halftime, the Texans' Cordero ""Showtime"" Williams found Doug Ford with a diving, 65-yard touchdown pass. The point-after-try was good by Mark McPhee.
In the third quarter, Williams dove into the end zone for a one-yard quarterback keeper. McPhee added the PAT.
The fourth quarter was a see-saw battle of defenses as both teams were not going to budge to let the other score. Team co-owner Rudy Guzman stated, "Hats off to the Texas Broncos, it was a defensive battle." The Texans won the game 14-7, to take first place in their division.
The Texans take the week off this coming Saturday, but their next game will be April 11th against the former DTFA champions, the Texas Colts.
The Victoria Texans took their game to the friendly confines of Memorial Stadium, after Patti Welder was deemed not playable due to extra amount of rain. The Texans played host to the Texas Red Raiders.
It was the Texans defense that got the first points in the 2nd quarter. Kahmell Broughton took a pick-6 to the house, as Mark Macphee added the extra point to make it 7-0 Victoria. Less than five minutes later, Cordero ""Showtime"" Williams took another pick-6 to the house, this time from 92-yards out. Macphee added the PAT. And the Texans took their 14-0 lead into halftime.
The 3rd quarter was a battle of defenses as the stanza was scoreless.
The Red Raiders found a way to score, cutting the lead down to seven, 14-7 Texans. The Texans completed their scoring with a Williams touchdown pass to Marcus Pointer. Macphee added the final points to end the game.
The game ball definetly goes to the defense for scoring not once, but twice and wreaking havok on the Red Raiders, who entered the game undefeated. Had there not been a penalty, Frank Kassner would have scored the third touchdown of the night for the defense.
The Texans faceoff against the Texas Broncos in Pearland, Texas. The game address is 2050 Cullen Blvd. and kickoff is at 7 PM. Tickers are $8 and children under 8 get in free.
After a slow first half start, the Victoria Texans scored an unanswered 35 points in the second half of their division game against the Katy Sabercats.
Coming back from halftime down 7-0, the Texans' Cordero ""Showtime"" Williams threw a pass to Jermany "Bobo" Williams in the 3rd quarter. The extra point was missed by Scottish-born kicker, Mark Macphee. Later in the quater, Stoney Davis took an interception 7-yards down the field to give the Texans the ball once again. From there, C. Williams led the charge and found Keith Hradek downfield for a 49-yard touchdown pass. The two-point conversion was good, as Marcus Pointer ran it in.
The Sabercats answered back with a 4-yard touchdown pass and added the PAT. The 3rd quarter ended with a 14-14 tie.
C. Williams had a huge run and then with the added facemask penalty, it moved Victoria into great field position. On that same drive, it concluded with a 3-yard run, added by a 2-point conversion by C. Williams. Texas were up, 22-14.
The next Sabercat possesion stalled out as Arthur Huff had a huge sack and then J. Williams killed the drive with an interception. S. Williams added a 5-yard QB keeper, the PAT was no good. It was 28-14, Victoria.
Larry Cunningham caught a touchdown pass from S. Williams to end the scoring and any chances of the Sabercats coming back. Macphee found his first PAT of the day.
The Texans ended the game, victorious, 35-14.
The Texans play the Texas Red Raiders on Saturday, March 21st at Memorial Stadium at 7:30 PM.
Keith Hradek was made starting quarterback at the last moment, prior to kickoff. Hradek hadn't taken a snap behind center since 2013, but it was back in the saddle. Behind the running of Dennis Hemphill, Devin Parks, and Adam Hollenbach, the Texans ran away with a victory, 13-6. Dual threat
Kahmell Broughton continues to show that he was a great signee as he caught five passes for the night from the tight end position. He wreaked havok on the other side of the ball as a defensive end.
Hemphill scored first for the Texans with a 9-yard run. Then Hradek found Doug Ford for a 25-yard touchdown pass.
The defense played outstanding ball against a very good, Houston Ducks offense. Team co-owner Rudy Guzman said, "I am very proud of our team, as we played short-staffed and players had to play both ways," he continued, "We look forward to the return of "Showtime" and some key players after our bye week."
The Texans return to action against the Katy Sabercats, after a much deserved rest this weekend (3/7). Guzman added, "The team would like to thank PJ Strachan and the Houston Ducks. They are a class organization."
The Victoria Texans came into the game against the Texas Red Raiders with more than football on their mind. It was learned earlier in the week that running back Billy Martin had suffered a concussion during the first game of the season. With that concussion, it forced Martin into retirement, at his doctors advice. Martin was in his first full season with the team. Team owner Rudy Guzman stated, "We are saddened by the news that Billy won't be able to play. We do wish him and his family the best."
With the news of Martin, then it came to game time. As the Texans approached the field. Questions of the conditions were brought up as the field looked like it had been gone over with a tractor prior to the game. Despite the field conditions, the team decided to play on.
As the game started, fans noticed that "Showtime" Williams and Parris Brown were missing from the lineup. Williams had been injured in the second quarter of the Xtreme game and wasn't able to play. Brown wasn't able to make it, so that left the Texans looking for a running back. Jermany "Bobo" Williams filled the role as best as he could but either way, the offense struggled throughout the game. Fighting field conditions and the loss of key personnel, the Texans fought hard all game long.
Defensively, the footing was hard to manage but they still managed to get the boys in black and red on the scoreboard. Kahmell Broughton, a rookie defensive end, tipped an attempted pass in the air then caught the ball, then scrambled down the field for the score. A play reminiscent of Houston Texans' JJ Watt, Broughton got the 6-points.
The Texans dropped their second game of the season to the Red Raiders, 13-6. The Texans play in Houston, against the Houston Ducks.
The Victoria Texans and the Austin Xtreme battled it out in what was being called, “The Battle of Champions” as the two former league winners battled it out. The Texans and Xtreme went into the contest both ranked in the top 10 of the Semi Pro Elite rankings. The Texans were at no. 4, while Austin was at no. 6.
Sean Clay put the Texans on the board first with a 55 yard blocked punt. The extra point was good, so with 6:26 left in the first quarter, Victoria was on top, 7-0. Cordero “"Showtime"” Williams tossed a 20 yard pass to Marcus Pointer. The extra point as no good and at going into the halfway mark, the Texans led 13-0.
With almost 5 minutes left in the 3rd quarter, the Xtreme get their first points of the game with a touchdown pass. Mark Vecchietti caught a touchdown pass from Zach Bosier. Kelley Parker kicked the PAT. With 1:22 left in the 3rd, the Xtreme trimmed the Texan lead to one point.
Late in the 4th quarter, the Xtreme took the lead with a Skyhigh Bedford touchdown reception from Bosier’s 3rd touchdown of the night. The extra point was good, as they lead with 5:44 left. The Texans answered back with a touchdown after a drive-saving penalty kept Victoria going. The critical 2 point to tie the game up was no good. The last Texan series fell short as they fell to 0-1 to start the 2015 campaign. The Texans had three touchdowns called back in the game but either way, it was a hard fought football game none the less.
The Texans travel to Houston to play the Texas Red Raiders. Kick off will be 7 p.m. Fun Stadium, 6400 Bissonnet Drive in Houston Texas 77074.
The Texans moved up in the rankings to number 4 in the nation, according to Semi Pro Elite. And you can see the Semi Pro Elite Game of the Week by getting your tickets at Buddy Rents or get them from any Victoria Texan player or coach.
The Texans take on the 2014 TUFA Champion Austin Xtreme, in a "Clash of the Champions". Kickoff is at 7:30 PM from Patti Welder Stadium.
The Victoria Texans finished the pre-season with a perfect 3-0 record. The Texans started their trek with a 13-12 victory over the AC Cowboys in a muddy, CASA Bowl IV. The Texans went on to Clute, Texas to play the Wharton County Panthers in a game of old rivals from their early days in the CRAFL.
Last but not least, the Houston Titans were hoping to upset the Texans and send the local boys back home with a glum face. Instead, the Texans relinqueshed the lead early but then took the lead and never looked back, winning 24-14. The Texans came home with the victory and a smile on their faces as they prepare for the season home opener against the Austin Xtreme.
The Xtreme are 2014 TUFA Champions and this game has been billed already a "Clash of the Champions" as the Texans won their championship in 2013. The Texans were one game away from facing off against the Xtreme but dropped a heartbreaker to the eventual TUFA runners-up, the 3rd Coast Hard Hittaz.
Tickets can be purchased at Buddy's Home Furnishing in Victoria, Texas or various players and coaches have tickets on hand. For further information, contact Co-owner/Co-GM Rudy Guzman, Co-owner/Director of Player Personnel James "FA" Washington, or Co-GM Patrick Hollenbach. They can be reached at:
Rudy Guzman 361-652-8628
James "FA" Washington 361-524-0252
Patrick Hollenbach 361-401-0206
Your Victoria Texans have been picked as the #12 team in the nation, according to Semi Pro Elite. Below are the rankings for the South Division Winter/Spring:
New Semi Pro Elite Top 25 South (Winter/Spring)
1) Weatherford Bullets
2) Oklahoma City Bountyhunters
3) Miami Magic City Bulls
4) DallasBulldogs ProAthletics
5) Atx XtremeFootball
6) Orlando Phantoms
7) Georgia Canes
8) Prichard Falcons
9) Texas Colts Football
10) River City Commandos
11) West Texas Scorpions Football
12) Victoria Texans
13) North Texas Longhorns
14) Bradenton Gladiators
15) Tennessee Crush Football
16) Daytona Beach Wildcats Amateur Adult Minor League Football
17) Tri-County Ruffryders
18) GNO Jaguars Football Page
19) SouthTexas Bonecrushers
20) 3rd Coast Hard Hittaz
21) Florida Stingrays Football
22) Austin Vipers
23) Louisiana Blazin-Bulldogs
24) Texas Punishers
25) Rockdale Rams
The Texans will be taking on the Houston Titans in a preseason matchup on January 24th at 3:30 PM in Danbury, Texas. For more information, contact Rudy Guzman.
The Victoria Texans will be teaming up with the Wharton County Panthers on January 24th with a double header day of football. The Texans will take on the Houston Los Lobos, which the night cap will be between the Panthers and Houston Flyers. As more information becomes available, check back to the website and/or our Facebook page.
Seven Texans have been named to the Lonestar Minor League News All State 'AAA' team. Players that made the 1st team offense and defense for the Texans include:
WR- Doug Ford
OL- Reuben Dennis
LB- Terrance Flagg
DB- Brandon Brinkley
QB- Cordero Williams
DL- Jaudis Eaton
LB- Frank Kessner
In a defensive scoring onslaught, the Victoria Texans won their second pre-season game of the season as they defeated the Wharton County Panthers, 22-6.
The defense, led by Jaudis Eaton, had over 15 sacks of Panther quarterback Trey Jones. Doug Ford got the Victoria Texans on the scoreboard first as he took a pick six 90 yards down the left sideline. Keith Hradek added the point-after-try to make it 7-0. After the next defensive stop, the Panthers punted the ball and Doug Ford, looking like a pinball, moved left and right, all the way to the endzone for an exciting 70-yard touchdown return. Hradek added the PAT as the Texans led at halftime, 14-0.
In a slow 3rd quarter, the only score was another defensive score. This time the Texan defense mauled the Panther QB for two points for a safety. At that point, the Texans went into the last stanza with a 16-0 lead. Paris Brown took a run down the left side of the sideline from 45-yards out to finish the Texan scoring. The PAT wasn't good but either way, Texas 22-0. The only score that the Panthers could muster was a run-of-luck play as center Tallen Perry let a rare exchange between himself and Doug Ford get away from him. The Panthers picked it up and ran it in from 18-yards out.
The Texans take back to the road in January as they play the Texas Colts in a "home" game on January 10th in Galveston, Texas at 8 PM.