Jourdanton connections highlight first ever South Texas Coaches Association All-Star football game

Jourdanton's Cole Andrus was one of a number of seniors who got one more opportunity to take the football field representing their high schools on Saturday, and he threw a pair of touchdowns to Indians teammates Jarel Lilly and Payton Gonzales as the West team defeated the East team 46-21 in the first ever South Texas Coaches Association All-Star Game.

PLEASANTON – Jourdanton’s Cole Andrus was one of a number of seniors who got one more opportunity to take the football field representing their high schools on Saturday, and he threw a pair of touchdowns to Indians teammates Jarel Lilly and Payton Gonzales as the West team defeated the East team 46-21 in the first ever South Texas Coaches Association All-Star Game.


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Larry Ramirez joined the KSAT 12 sports team in October 2004.