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The Marshall (San Antonio, TX) varsity football team lost Thursday's home conference game against Taft (San Antonio, TX) by a score of 49-14.
Some sort of stoppage
At least 1,000
After an interception thrown by Dehoyos for taft, Marshall gets possession inside the their own 5 and safety for Taft on first down
1st and 10 35 secs remaining, run on first for 5 yard gain., 2 nd down prayer incomplete, 3rd and 5 ball run first down Taft, 1 and 10
Pick # 20 Marshall end of the first half
Lately the Taft Raiders and Marshall Rams have not contended forbthe top spots in the district.
These two Schools hold the distinction of being the only two Representives of NISD to ever play in the state final. Both Lost.
2nd And 6 no gain
Delay of game penalty loss of 5 3 and 7 on Taft 15
Flag on the play, on the Raiders Marshall declines 4th down punt
Sack no gain no loss
2 nd Pass to flat loss of 4. Marshall time out
3 rd down Pass screen incomplete 4th and 14 punt
Injury time out, looks like a cramp. Taft ball 1n10
Big run by QB Julian Dehoyos 1n10 on Taft 40
2nd down and 7, 7:15 left ball on 44
3rd down rush 1 n10 ball on Marshall 47
Taft QB Julian Dehoyos 4 TD's on the ground
Interception by Raider Defense on 1St down throw by Marshall. Returned to the 4 yard.
Ram D holds for 2 downs 3 rd and goal
Late 4th Q 1st down Rams on own 33
Big Run on a counter for Rams Ram ball 1 n 10 on Raider 45
Counter strong side big hit 3n7 Ram ball on Raider 42
4 n 7 Rams go for it Taft Ball on downs
Raiders get first win, QB kneel 1:00 left
This Reporter is an employee of TAFT and Graduate Class of 93 Marshall Rams. Memories.
go go go RAMS!!