Victoria Texans roll to CRAFL bowl title
AUSTIN - Cordero Williams ran for two touchdowns and passed for two others to lead the Victoria Texans to a 42-12 CRAFL Bowl III win over the Galveston Monarchs on Saturday at the Kelly Reeves Athletic Complex.
The Texans captured the Crossroads Amateur Football League championship with a 14-0 record.
Williams, a Bay City graduate, was named the championship game's offensive MVP.
The Texans' Doug Ford was the game's defensive MVP.
Williams scored on touchdown runs of 2 yards in the first quarter and 52 yards in the second quarter.
He threw touchdown passes of 25 yards to former Bay City teammate Brandon Brinkley in the second quarter, and 42 yards to Memorial graduate OJ Hughes in the third quarter.
The Texans added a 21-yard interception return by Kobi Austin and took a 28-0 lead at halftime.
Victoria also scored on a 2-yard touchdown run by Hughes in the third quarter, and six extra point kicks by Taylor Brown.
The Monarchs (11-3) scored on Maurice Allen to Dittrich Bunton touchdown passes in the third and fourth quarters.
The Texans outscored their opponents 179-34 in their four playoff wins.