Lake Travis coach Hank Carter knew months ago that any of the Cavaliers’ nondistrict opponents could beat them if his team didn’t play well.
No. 10 Converse Judson proved him right. The Rockets rallied from a 28-13 fourth-quarter deficit to upset the second-ranked Cavaliers 35-28 Friday at Cavalier Stadium.
The Cavaliers committed 11 penalties, made a mess of their usually reliable kicking game and couldn’t contain Judson quarterback Julon Williams, who rushed for 139 yards with two scores and passed for 192 more, including the winning touchdown with 1 minute, 35 seconds left in the game.
Judson stuns Lake Travis football team photo
Lake Travis’ Mateo Lopez wraps up Judson quarterback Julon Williams during the first quarter of Friday’s game. Jay Plotkin photo for ACN
“We made penalties all night long,” Lake Travis coach Hank Carter said afterward. “Our special teams were poor tonight. We didn’t handle the tempo well enough and didn’t play with discipline tackling the quarterback.”
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