Second-ranked Navasota found itself in a dogfight against Coldspring on a wet and windy night at Rattler Stadium, but the Rattlers controlled the second half for a 35-14 victory.
|vs. Nuevo Leon||Aug 30||W: 62 - 0||Click to listen|
|@ Houston Yates||Sep 5||W: 66 - 13||Click to listen|
|vs. Coldspring-Oakhurst||Sep 12||W: 35 - 14||Click to listen|
|vs. Rogers Heritage||Sep 19||07:00 PM||No audio|
|@ Ft Worth Castleberry||Sep 26||07:00 PM||No audio|
|@ Houston Sterling||Oct 10||07:00 PM||No audio|
|@ Sealy||Oct 17||07:00 PM||No audio|
|vs. Houston Furr||Oct 24||07:00 PM||No audio|
|@ Houston Wheatley||Oct 31||07:00 PM||No audio|
|vs. Houston Washington||Nov 7||07:00 PM||No audio|
HOUSTON – Another night and another blowout for the Navasota Rattlers. This time it was the Yates Lion who had no answer for the Rattlers? high-powered offense that rolled to 49 points in the first half en route to a 66-13 victory at Herman A. Barnett Stadium on Friday.
In terms of first games it could not have gone much better for the Navasota Rattlers on Saturday night. The Rattlers scored on seven of nine first-half possessions en route to a 62-0 thumping of the Nuevo Leon Tigres.