EVERMAN − Stephenville noticed Everman a 21-0 lead within the first quarter Friday however roared again to beat the Bulldogs 62-61 on the ultimate play of the sport – a 15-yard TD go from Ryder Lambert to Topher Foster.
“It was a damaged play,” Stephenville coach Sterling Doty mentioned. “(Lambert) scrambled, threw it again ultimately zone. (Foster) acquired two ft in.”
The Yellow Jackets overcame 4 turnovers to win the non-district recreation.
“They’re a very good soccer workforce,” Doty mentioned of Everman. “We battled. Confirmed the center of a champion.”
The defending Class 4A Division I champs, ranked No. 1 within the state, improved to 2-0 whereas Everman dropped to 1-1.
Lambert accomplished 16 of 34 passes for 257 yards and 4 TDs, whereas Tate Maruska ran for 311 yards and 5 TDs on 45 carries.
Foster had 4 catches for 54 yards and two TDs. Tristian Gentry had seven for 121 yards and a TD, and Tytus Russell additionally caught a TD go.
The Yellow Jackets had 603 complete yards, together with 346 dashing.
Stephenville hosts Decatur subsequent Friday earlier than going to Abilene Wylie every week later. Decatur (0-2) misplaced a 30-24 heartbreaker to Wichita Falls Rider on Friday.
Breckenridge shocks Childress
At Childress, Chase Lehr threw for 150 yards and two TDs, whereas Anson Rodgers ran for 2 extra as Breckenridge shocked Childress 35-8 in a non-district recreation.
Childress (1-1) got here into the sport ranked No. 7 in Class 3A Division II.
However the Buckaroos (2-0) led 21-0 at halftime and outscored the Bobcats 14-8 within the third quarter.
“We dealt with the journey effectively, and we acquired up there and performed respectable,” Breckenridge coach Casey Pearce mentioned. “We acquired after it fairly good.”
Pearce mentioned the Bucks compelled the Bobcats to punt a few occasions within the first half and likewise acquired some quick drives because of Childress kicking recreation errors.
“We scored proper earlier than the half, and we acquired it again after halftime and took it down and scored once more,” Pearce mentioned. “That was good.”
Adrian Ruiz and Alejandro Franco every had TD catches for the Bucks.
The win units up a showdown with one other state-ranked workforce, Cisco (2-0), which is No. 7 in Class 2A Division I.
“We’re excited,” Pearce mentioned. “We have to play the spoiler position, and we have to fear about us. If we fear about us, we’ve acquired an opportunity.
No. 7 Cisco edges Wall
At Wall, Trenton Huston’s second landing run of the night time, a 5-yarder with 6:08 left within the third quarter, lifted Cisco to an 18-14 victory over the Hawks in a non-district recreation.
It was the one rating of the second half and allowed the Loboes – ranked No. 7 in Class 2A Division I – to win in Wall for the second consecutive yr. They beat the Hawks 27-21 in two overtimes final yr.
Wall (1-1) returned a Hunter Lengthy fumble for the sport’s first rating with 4:07 left within the first quarter.
Cisco (2-0) pulled inside one (7-6) on Huston’s 8-yard TD run with 7:27 left within the first half.
Tre Brackeen returned a Wall fumble to place the Loboes on high 12-7, however Canyon McCable ran 23 yards for a TD to provide the Hawks a 14-12 benefit two minutes later.
It was a defensive slugfest. Cisco managed simply 200 yards of complete offense, whereas Wall had 175. Each groups misplaced two fumbles, and Wall additionally picked off a go.
Lengthy had a game-high 115 yards dashing on 30 carries, and Huston added 58 on 18 carries.
Cisco performs Breckenridge (2-0) on Friday in Breckenridge. The Buckaroos upset Childress 35-8 on Friday in Childress. The Bobcats (1-1) got here into the sport ranked No. 7 in Class 3A Division II.
Wilkerson sparks Comanche
At Bangs, Sawyer Wilkerson ran for 273 yards and 4 touchdowns on 18 carries to information Comanche to a 42-18 win over Bangs.
Layden Welch added 58 yards and a TD on 9 carries for the Indians (2-0). Comanche has outscored its first two opponents 91-25.
The Indians play Early (1-1) on Friday in Comanche.
No. 5 Holliday routs Jim Ned
At Tuscola, Peyton Marchand threw for 182 yards and two TDs and ran for one more as Holliday beat Jim Ned 41-19 in a non-district recreation.
Holliday (2-0), ranked No. 5 in Class 3A Division II, led 21-0 after the primary quarter and 41-7 at halftime.
Grant Glidewell led Jim Ned (0-2) with 139 yards passing and two TDs – a 19-yarder and 7-yarder to Troy Doran and Cooper Mascorro, respectively.
Brayden Shipmen led the Indians with 141 yards on 25 carries.
Jim Ned has opened the season in opposition to two state-ranked groups in Hawley (No. 7 in Class 2A DI) and Holliday. The Indians play at Wall subsequent Friday.
Clyde shuts out Eastland
At Clyde, Blake Carr threw for 3 TDs and ran for one more as Clyde beat Eastland 26-0 in a non-district recreation.
Carr accomplished 20 of 28 passes for 162 yards and two interceptions for the Bulldogs (1-1). He threw TD passes to Connor Hawk, Landrum Wells and Dai’Jon Booker.
Carr additionally ran for 116 yards on 17 carries.
Eastland dropped to 0-2.
Late TD lifts Coahoma over Sonora
At Coahoma, Austin Perkins’ third TD of the sport, a 38-yard go from Boyd Cox with 10:32 left within the recreation, lifted Coahoma to a 31-27 victory over Sonora in a non-district contest.
Perkins returned a fumble 21 yards for a TD within the first quarter, Isaiah Eleda ran 2 yards for a TD within the second quarter for the Bulldogs (1-1).
Jaime Buitron additionally threw a 65-yard TD go to Hunter O’Bannon within the first quarter and ran for one more within the second quarter for Sonora (1-1).
Coahoma’s Reagan Chapman kicked a 35-yard discipline aim as time expired within the first half to interrupt a 14-14 tie.
Perkins caught a 41-yard go from Billy Bailey to push Coahoma’s result in 24-14, however Buitron ran for his third TD, a 58-yarder with 9 seconds left within the third quarter to place Sonora up 27-24.
Perkins led Coahoma with 5 catches for 129 yards, whereas Cox accomplished 6 of 11 passes for 103 yards.
Knox Metropolis rolls previous Motley County
At Matador, Caleb Arrieta ran for 113 yards and three touchdowns on 11 carries, and he additionally recovered a fumble for one more as Knox Metropolis beat Motley County 60-12 in a Class 1A six-man recreation.
Bryson Callaway threw TD passes to Devin Guillory, whereas Blake Abila returned a kickoff 45 yards for one more. Tristin Baxter additionally had a 2-yard TD run.
Knox Metropolis (2-0) outscored Motley County (0-2) 30-0 within the third quarter and ended the sport on the 45-point mercy rule with Arrieta’s 26-yard TD run with three seconds left within the third quarter.
The Greyhounds play unbeaten Might subsequent Friday in Knox Metropolis.
Might, ranked No. 3 in Class 1A Division I, beat Austin St. Stephen’s 77-46 in Might.