Vipers stay undefeated against Round Rock


Kyra Bachick

A possion change during the Westwood game.

Kyra Bachick, Staff Reporter

The Vipers continue the winning streak after winning 32- 25 versus the Round Rock Dragons. The Dragons were the Vipers biggest competition and Friday, Vandegrift came out on top standing 6-0. 

“We knew that they were definitely one of the top tier opponents,” senior Trey Mongauzy said. “So we just stayed really disciplined throughout the week of practice, studied a lot of films and just a lot of mental preparation.”

In the locker room, nerves were obvious and the boys were antsy. Junior Bowen Lewis said they usually go into a game not focusing on who their playing, but this game was different because Round Rock was undefeated.  

“I was a little nervous, just because there’s a lot of hype” Lewis said. “We were excited to play a big competition! Our defense did good getting stops and our offensive did well keeping their offense  off the field. I thought we executed well.” 

To finish the game, the offensive side takes a knee to run the clock. Relief and eagerness takes over the sideline. 

“I wasn’t on the field for that I was on the sideline, but everyone still ran together,” Monguazy said. “We all jumped around and went crazy. It was a really big moment.”