AUSTIN (KXAN) — While Del Valle played hard and forced Westlake to finish drives with short runs, the Chaparrals’ depth and skill simply overmatched the Cardinals on Friday at Chaparral Stadium.
Westlake pounded Del Valle 58-0 in a 6A-District 26 game on homecoming night and are now 5-0 overall and 3-0 in district play.
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Del Valle had just 41 yards of total offense and four first downs and the Chaps recorded their fourth shutout of the season.
“That was a pretty dominant performance on defense,” Westlake head coach Tony Salazar. “A lot got to play tonight, and obviously they worked all week, so it’s fun when you can get them in the game and let them work their craft and play ball with their friends.”
Jack Kayser scored a pair of touchdowns in the first half and Spencer Barnett hit two field goals from 39 and 40 yards. Westlake started sophomore Rees Wise at quarterback with senior Paxton Land coming in during the second half.
Del Valle running back Joel Jordan notched the Cardinals’ first 1st-down of the game with an 8-yard run at the 3:17 mark of the third quarter.
Westlake has a short week and will take on Anderson on Thursday at Nelson Field. Del Valle hosts Lake Travis on Friday.
Final: Westlake 58, Del Valle 0. Westlake moves to 5-0 overall and 3-0 in district play.
6:15 4Q: FIELD GOAL WESTLAKE: Jonathan Kahn nails his first career varsity field goal for the Chaps as he’s true from 30 yards. Chaps 58, Cardinals 0
End 3Q: Westlake 55, Del Valle 0. Westlake’s Jordan Sullivan makes his first career interception and returns it to the 50-yard line as time runs off the clock. Westlake will take over from there to start the 4Q.
3:17 3Q: Del Valle gets its first 1st down of the game on an 8-yard run from Joel Jordan
4:00 3Q: TOUCHDOWN WESTLAKE: He had a throwing TD on the last drive, and now he adds a rushing score. Land goes into the end zone from 2 yards out. PAT good. Chaps 55, Cardinals 0
6:54 3Q: TOUCHDOWN WESTLAKE: Land tosses it to Cal Livengood for a 25-yard touchdown. Nobody was around Livengood when he made the catch and jogged into the end zone. PAT good. Chaps 48, Cardinals 0
7:25 3Q: Paxton Land is now into the ballgame at QB for Westlake
9:38 3Q: TOUCHDOWN WESTLAKE: Rees Wise does it himself and scores from 1 yard out. PAT good. Chaps 41, Cardinals 0
12:00 3Q: Westlake will receive the second half kick off.
Halftime: Westlake 34, Del Valle 0. Barnett hits a 40-yard field goal as time expires and the Homecoming crowd at Chaparral Stadium is in good spirits.
1:50 2Q: TOUCHDOWN WESTLAKE: Grady Bartlett gets in the game and immediately scampers into the end zone from 17 yards out. PAT good. Chaps 31, Cardinals 0
4:30 2Q: FIELD GOAL WESTLAKE: Spencer Barnett boots a 39-yard kick through the uprights. Chaps 24, Cardinals 0
9:58 2Q: TOUCHDOWN WESTLAKE: Kayser gets in from a yard for the second time tonight, and it was set up by a 34-yard gain on a screen pass from Wise to Heath McRee. PAT good. Chaps 21, Cardinals 0
11:54 2Q: Del Valle QB Nasir Ardoin gets leveled by Carter Sepulveda on third and long and the Cardinals have to punt again deep in their own territory.
End 1Q: Westlake 14, Del Valle 0. The Cardinals will have the ball with a 3rd-and-9 play from their own 26-yard line to start the 2Q
1:08 1Q: TOUCHDOWN WESTLAKE: On 4th-and-goal from the 1-yard line, Kayser scores his sixth rushing touchdown of the year. PAT good. Chaps 14, Cardinals 0
6:30 1Q: Westlake commits its first turnover of the year after Wise throws an interception. Del Valle’s Coleman Patmon steps in front of Brody Wilhelm on an inside route to make the big defensive play and returns it to the Del Valle 14-yard line
6:40 1Q: Another punt from Del Valle deep in their own territory that goes out of bounds at the 15-yard line, a net punt of nine yards. Chaps take over there
8:45 1Q: TOUCHDOWN WESTLAKE: Nate Acosta comes in to take the snap and he runs off the right tackle for a 5-yard touchdown. PAT good. Chaps 7, Cardinals 0
10:24 1Q: Del Valle goes three-and-out on their first drive and a poor punt gives the ball to Westlake at the Cardinals’ 42-yard line
12:00 1Q: Westlake wins the coin toss and defers its choice to the second half. Del Valle will receive the opening kickoff. Sophomore Rees Wise will start at quarterback for the Chaps