Lake Travis (4-0, 2-0 District 14-6A) overwhelmed Del Valle (1-4, 1-2) with 51 first-half points and cruised to a 64-0 District 14-6A win Friday night.
The Cavaliers, ranked 8th in the Class 6A Associated Press state poll, forced five Del Valle turnovers and limited the Cardinals to just 117 yards of offense on the night.
“I thought we were pretty good,” said Lake Travis defensive lineman Sammy Ochoa. “We come into these games looking to get a little bit better at our craft, better for the games that are going to come.”
No. 8 Cavaliers overwhelm Del Valle photo
Lake Travis’ Maleek Barkley (4) blocks a defender at Del Valle, Friday Sept. 25, 2015.
Tanner Bush intercepted a pass for Lake Travis and the Cavaliers also recovered four fumbles, the last of which Rudy Teshler returned for a touchdown.
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