Collins’ Two Touchdown Passes Helps Blue Outlast Red in 6th Annual FCA Victory Bowl

FCA_Victory_Bowl_LogoBosqueville’s CJ Collins threw two touchdown passes to lead the Blue Team to a 21-16 win over the Red Team at the 6th annual Heart of Texas Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Victory Bowl at Waco ISD Stadium on Saturday night.

Collins, named the game’s Offensive MVP, found Chilton’s Charles Simpson on a 49-yard touchdown pass to put the Blue Team ahead for good 14-7 in the second quarter.

“To be able to have receivers that run a 4.3 and have unbelievable speed and to have some hands that catch the ball,” Collins told 254Sports.com. “Give big thanks, huge thanks to the line, they did amazing.”

The Blue Team added to the lead In the third quarter when Jacob Gallegos found his Fairfield teammate Alex Ward for a 9-yard touchdown for a 21-7 lead.

In the fourth quarter the Red Team added a safety and McGregor’s Troy Allison threw a late touchdown pass to Crawford’s Colton Adamick to trim the lead to 21-16. An onside kick attempt by the Red Team was recovered by the Blue Team to seal the victory.

“What an honor to coach and participate in all of the activities of the Victory Bowl,” Blue Team head coach Tommy Allison from Robinson said. “We have great kids in this area. Made great friendships.”

The Red Team started the scoring in the first quarter when Italy’s TaMarcus Sheppard scored on a 3-yard TD run.

The Blue Team tied the game on Collins’ 22-yard touchdown pass to La Vega’s Javon Livings.

Lorena’s Kyle Perlowski was named the game’s defensive MVP.

It’s the second straight season the Blue Team has won the game. The Red team won the previous four FCA Victory Bowls.

Source: Blue Tops Red In 6th Annual FCA Victory Bowl

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