Junior Jalen Mosely argues with a Fort Bend Austin player. Tensions run high in football and sometimes it gets the best of players. Sophomore Adam Peters gets tackled with the ball. Tackling is the most dangerous part of football, so it’s important for players to be careful. Juniors Stephen Tahtouh and Santiago Chazaro have a laugh on the sidelines. Football is an intense game, but players still like to have fun. Junior Hamza Hamed, sophomore Adam Peters, junior Ryan Ceana and junior Bryan De La Garza huddle up with the team after winning the game. After games, the team huddles on the field to talk about how it went and the important things they need to work on. Sophomore Joshua Chan helps his teammate get out of a tackle. Sometimes players can help break through it despite the harshness of the tackle. Sophomore Adam Peters and junior Jalen Mosely get ready to run the next play of the game. After the ball snaps the quarterback starts the play. Juniors Henry Moore, David Ugboh and Andres Casso take a huddle to figure out their next play. In order for the plays to work, the whole team needs to be in unison. Sophomores Logan Johnson, Josh Siebold and junior Tucker Tate wait as the referee announces the penalty call. Penalties can be stressful as they can make or break a game. Sophomore Logan Johnson, juniors Ryan Ceana, Tucker Tate, Mitchell Slater and sophomore Connor Brooks high five the Fort Bend Austin players after the game. For all sports, good sportsmanship is an important character trait.