Calallen won the battle of the Wildcats Friday night, defeating longtime rival Gregory-Portland, 21-0.
The win was Head Coach Phil Danaher's 300th with the Calallen program.
The 'Cat offense was off and on for much of the night. Early in the first quarter, Marcus Price made an exciting catch and turned it up 76 yards for the score. However, the play was called back on a block in the back penalty. Running back Shelton Metoyer scored five plays later from two yards out for the 7-0 lead.
Price extended the lead to 14 on a two-yard sweep with 4:57 left in the first half.
G-P looked to fight back on the opening drive of the second half. But the 'Catsí defense stopped them with a goal line stand on fourth down.
Metoyer punched in another late touchdown to round out the scoring for the 21-0 final. Calallenís defense stopped the G-P offense on downs four times and forced three interceptions, two by Trevor Moses and one by Austin Castillo.
Calallen will play Victoria East next Friday at home. Kickoff will be at 7:30 p.m.