Bastrop Tribe Consolidated shut out Austin Achieve 46-0 in on the road Friday.
After the win, the Warriors (2-1) moved up seven spots to No. 15 among the 263 six-man teams in Texas in the sixmanfootball.com poll. They remain No. 2 in the Texas Association of Independent Athletic Organizations (TAIAO) poll.
“I think being a top 20 team means we are going to get everyone’s best game from here on out,” Tribe Consolidated coach Brent Golemon said.
The contest ended in third quarter because of the 45-point mercy rule. The Warriors did not attempt the extra point on their final touchdown because they had surpassed 45 points.
Tribe Consolidated grabbed a 24-0 lead after the first quarter. Esteban Lozano scored on a 15-yard run, and Graham Mills caught passes of 11- and 24-yards for touchdowns from quarterback Samuel Osborn.
Mills, a 6-foot-5 junior, has caught 10 passes — six for touchdowns — in three games this season
“Graham Mills showed again why he is a matchup nightmare,” Brent Golemon said.
Grant Golemon took over at quarterback in the second quarter and threw touchdown passes of 12 yards to Cameron Galipp and 6 yards to Malachi Gonzales.
Lozano scored his second rushing touchdown from 2 yards in the third quarter. He led the Warriors with 138 yards on 11 carries.
Tribe Consolidated limited the Polar Bears (0-2) to 79 total yards. Grant Golemon had 11 tackles, six for losses.
″(We) played most of the game on the Polar Bears side of the field,” Brent Golemon said.
The Warriors play host to Plano CHANT (1-1) on Friday.