Brady’s freshman team shut out Ingram here last Thursday night, 29-0. The Bulldogs scored in the first and second quarters. The first was a 38-yard run by Chris Neal. The PAT failed. In the second period David Hernandez scored from the two-yard line, then ran for the two points. It was 14-0 at halftime. The Dogs tallied twice in the fourth quarter when Isaac Conrad ran for a 10-yard TD. The two-point conversion was by Christian Garcia. The last TD occurred when Hernandez returned an interception 63 yards. Sergio Gonzales ran for the two points. Coach Terry Bean said that the defense was led by Jayton May with nine tackles and a sack. Bracken Bean and Jacob McAnally had seven tackles, and Chaney McBee and Sebastian Castillo each had six tackles. Leading the rushing were Hernandez with 124 yards and Neal with 55 yards. “We played smarter this game with only 15 yards of penalties,” Bean said. “The defense caused Ingram to fumble five times, but we were only able to get two of them. Crockett Jurrius and Gonzales got the recoveries.” Bean said the team came out slowly and did not react well in the first half, but in the second half the offense moved the ball better, and the defense stepped up. “McBee is seeing the field better from his quarterback position and was 4 of 5 passing,” he said. Conrad has been nursing a bad ankle for two weeks, and this was his first game back. “He had 23 yards rushing and a big 57-yard reception in the final quarter,” Bean said. “Our next game is Thursday at 5 p.m. in Llano. They beat us by two points the last time we met. This will be a good test for our team,” he said.