The Tuloso-Midway Warriors are two games away from a potential winless season after losing 30-12 at home Friday night against the H.M. King Brahmas

Tuloso-Midway quarterback David Alvarez failed to complete a pass in the game, but tailback Freddy Hernandez did provide some offense for the Warriors, rushing for 76 yards and two touchdowns.

After running for nearly 250 yards the week before against Robstown, Kingsville running back Kyle Cantu had another impressive game, running for 191 yards and two touchdowns. Cantu out-rushed the entire Warrior offense, which had 160 yards in the game.

The Brahmas scored first on a drive that led the team to the Tuloso-Midway 2-yard line.

From there, Cantu found his way to the end zone, giving H.M. King an early 7-0 lead.

In the second quarter, the Brahmas scored again on a field goal as kicker Kevin Rule made a 21-yard attempt, giving H.M. King a 10-0 lead.

The Warriors were able to cut into Kingsville's lead later in the first half when Hernandez ran 68 yards into the end zone, making it 10-6.

The Brahmas were able to increase their lead as the half was coming to an end when H.M King quarterback Randy Vega connected with receiver Travis King for a 39-yard touchdown.

After the successful extra point, Kingsville was up 17-6 going into halftime.

Cantu struck again with a big 80-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, giving H.M. King a 23-6 lead after the third quarter.

In the fourth quarter, Brahma running back Art Hayes scored his first touchdown since opening game against Victoria Manor. His 7-yard touchdown run Friday locked up the 30-6 win for H.M. King.

The Warriors face the Calallen Wildcats Friday night at 7:30 at Wildcat Stadium.

T-M is 0-8 overall, 0-3 in 31-4A district play, with two games left in the season.