CONROE - No. 16 Grand Oaks has been impressive throughout its debut season as a football program but not just that but doing it at the Class 6A level.
The Grizzlies have rolled through the opening four weeks of the 2020 season and that included Thursday night at Moorhead Stadium, where Grand Oaks blew past Fort Bend Austin 69-10. This win also marked win No. 200 in the coaching career of Dr. Mike Jackson.
Seeing the Grizzlies for the first time in person, here are the 5 Big Takeaways.
What a Start!
TOUCHDOWN GRIZZLIES: @GOaksFootball QB @hudhamilton2023 hits Triston Brause on the 33-yard TD pass. #txhsfb— vypehouston (@vypehouston) October 16, 2020
2nd - 3:21 @grandoaksath - 38@AHSBulldogs - 10
(@KPRC2RandyMc @HTownHSS @alexradow @Coop_micah @ConroeISD @GrandOaksCISD @GOaksBooster) pic.twitter.com/upDQtTaxSi
Grand Oaks is 4-0 in its first varsity season. A lot of people didn't know how Grand Oaks would fair in its debut season but so far so good. Wins against Caney Creek (64-7), Klein Forest (56-36), Kingwood Park (56-21) and now Fort Bend Austin (69-10) has this program rolling. Through its first four games, Grand Oaks is averaging an impressive 61.25 points per game. The Grizzlies will look to keep it rolling next week against College Park.
The most recent program to have this kind of success in its inaugural season was Shadow Creek in 2018 in Class 5A Division II. The Sharks ended up going 15-1 in that year, falling short to Highland Park in the state title game.