Tiger Football Beats El Paso Andress 30-14

Frenship put in their most complete game of the early season with major contributions from both the offense and defense as well as the special teams and came away with an impressive 30-14 victory over El Paso Andress on a rainy and windy Friday night in Hobbs, New Mexico.

The Tiger defense held AHS scoreless in the second half and limited the Eagles to only 91 rushing yards and 223 total yards of offense on the night. The D also scored their first touchdown of the year courtesy a Christian Kiser 40-yard interception return in the first quarter.

The offense managed a season-high 231 yards rushing and punched in two second half scores to help the Tigers pull away after intermission. Freshman quarterback Jess Hoel led the Tigers in rushing with 94 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries. Cooper Scott added his first rushing touchdown of the year, a 16-yard run to give FHS a 23-14 lead late in the third quarter.

Drew Hocutt was the top receiver with five receptions for 79 yards.

Cage Jones added his first three field goals of the season with makes from 31, 31 and 30 yards.

After two consecutive games away from home, the Tigers (2-2) return to Peoples Bank Stadium this Friday versus Canyon Randall. Kickoff is set for 7:00 p.m.


Andress       0    14    0     0   —   14

Frenship     13    0    10    7   —   30

First Quarter

F – Cage Jones 31 FG, 7:01

F – Christian Kiser 40 interception return (Jones kick), 2:34

F – Jones 31 FG, :13

Second Quarter

A – Darian Smith 14 pass from Jeremiah Tosky (Mark Ramos kick), 4:32

A – Smith 26 pass from Tosky (Ramos kick), :32

Third Quarter

F – Jones 31 FG, 9:06

F – Cooper Scott 16 run (Jones kick), 1:56

Fourth Quarter

F – Jess Hoel 6 run (Jones kick), 6:53


First downs: 20

Rushes-yards: 47-231

Passing yards: 125

Comp.-att.-int.: 9-16-1

Fumbles-lost: 0-0

RUSHING: Jess Hoel 13-94, Brady Wolfe 13-55, Cooper Scott 5-45, Erin Brown 6-20, Skyler Newsome 3-9, Daniel Garland 2-9, Jordan Maden 2-1, Drew Hocutt 1-0, Team 2-(-2)

PASSING: Jess Hoel 6-10-0-98, Tanner Higgins 3-6-1-27

RECEIVING: Drew Hocutt 5-79, Skyler Newsome 1-21, Colton Brown 1-17, Cooper Scott 1-6, Theo Kurlander 1-2


*pictures provided by Curry Photography