SAN ANTONIO (KXAN) — Westlake is moving on to the 6A state semifinals for a third straight season after a dominant 42-14 win against San Antonio Brandeis Friday at San Antonio’s Alamodome.
The Chaparrals will play the winner of Saturday’s Cypress Creek and Katy Taylor game in a 6A-Division II semifinal next week.
The Chaparrals and Broncos were back in the same location playing for a region championship for the second straight season. In 2018, Westlake came away with a 26-0 win over Brandeis.
The Chaparrals continue to be led by an excellent defense that has allowed a touchdown or less in 10 of 14 games this season. Westlake allowed two touchdowns to the Broncos, but the result never felt in doubt. The Chaps were ahead 21-7 at halftime and added two touchdowns in the third quarter for a 35-7 lead.
Two weeks ago, Weslaco East scored two touchdowns on the Chaps, but both came in the fourth quarter with Westlake leading 45-0.
Up until facing Westlake, Brandeis had run through its schedule undefeated. The Broncos (13-1) won the District 28-6A title. Brandeis defeated Edinburg Vela 21-14 in the region semifinal round last week.