BRAWLEY – Despite trailing the visiting Kearny High Komets 28-7 with less than two minutes to go in the first half, the Brawley Union Wildcat football team was able to rally and snatch victory from the jaws of defeat, scoring 37 unanswered points to win 44-28 in a CIF-San Diego Division III …
EL CENTRO — Throw the ball well; run the ball well; play suffocating defense, and win the special teams battle. It’s a recipe for winning football, and it’s exactly what Central Union High School did to Brawley in the 76th Bell Game at Cal Jones Field here on Friday.
BRAWLEY — Scoring on their first offensive play from scrimmage and never looking back, the Brawley Union High School Wildcat football team defeated the Palo Verde Valley High Yellowjackets 38-7 in an Imperial Valley League game at Warne Field here Friday night.
BRAWLEY — If Imperial Valley League teams didn’t know about Brawley Union High’s freshman quarterback Ethan Gutierrez before Friday, they certainly know about him now.
BRAWLEY — With as many ups and downs as the teams that make up the Imperial Valley League have had this football season, it’s easy enough for an essential fact to go by the wayside: They’re all still basically 0-0.
BRAWLEY — Scoring early and often, invoking a running clock in the second quarter, the Brawley Union High School Wildcat football team defeated the Kofa High Kings 57-0 at Warne Field here Friday night.
YUMA — The Brawley Wildcats narrowly avoided their third consecutive loss to a Yuma-based school this year by edging the Cibola High Raiders, 21-19, Friday night.
YUMA — On Friday night the Brawley Wildcats will play a football game against the Yuma Catholic Shamrocks. That much is definite. What will happen when they do is anybody’s guess.
BRAWLEY — Shifting into high gear on offense and battening the hatches on defense, the Brawley Wildcats rode 29 unanswered points in an explosive second half to a cathartic, 43-7 victory over the visiting Indio High Rajahs, Thursday night at Warne Field.
YUMA — If high school football games were 12 minutes long, then the Brawley Wildcats would have won their season-opener against the Gila Ridge Hawks in dominating fashion.
BRAWLEY — While the Central Union High School football team’s offense has garnered accolades all season, blistering teams to the tune of 44 points per game, it was the Spartans’ defense that delivered the big plays against rival Brawley on Friday.