By Robert Castillo - SouthSaToday.Com
SAN ANTONIO - It was another tough loss for the Burbank Bulldogs football team, which was first to score but fell to Jefferson Mustangs, 23-18, at Alamo Stadium on Saturday night.
Most of the 2,223 in attendance remained in the stands until the very end. The game's momentum changed for the Bulldogs when late in the fourth quarter they came within striking distance with a score of 23 to 18.
But effort was not enough despite Jefferson last minute penalties giving Burbank their seventh straight loss.
An avid supporter and father of one of Burbank's quarterback commented that he felt that Burbank's defense should do a little more and not allow so many points as they have this season.
Jefferson came to this game fired up after a decisive 56-20 victory over Memorial whose record is also seven straight losses. Memorial lost last night to Southside with a score of 56-12.
Jeffersons next game will be against Kennedy on October 28th. Kennedy has 5 wins and 2 losses.
Burbank will meet Memorial on October 21st. Both teams have no wins.