The Argyle Eagles completed a perfect season on Friday night, defeating Celina 63-13 at home and winning their fifth consecutive district title.
Ian Sadler and Nick Ralston combined for 295 yards rushing in the game and seven touchdowns.
The season finale was also for the district championship, as both Argyle and Celina were both undefeated on the season heading into the game.
The Eagles (10-0) will open the playoffs against Krum on Thursday at C.H. Collins Athletic Complex at a time to be determined.
Liberty Christian 31, Bishop Lynch 14
The Warriors wrapped up a playoff spot on Friday night with a 31-14 victory against Bishop Lynch.
After a scoreless first quarter, Liberty scored 17 second quarter points on a 1-yard run from Colby Moore, a 24-yard pass to Drew Hunnicutt from Moore and a 33-yard field goal from Cole Austin.
Moore added a 40-yard touchdown run early in the third quarter, and Cody Hughes caught a 35-yard pass from Moore to put the Warriors up 31-0 heading into the fourth quarter.
Liberty (7-3) will open the playoffs at home next Saturday against Central Catholic and at a time to be determined.
Denton Ryan 54, Flower Mound 14
Flower Mound lost its season finale to Denton Ryan on Friday night to move to 1-4 in district competition.
Hunter Huddleston scored on a 10 yard pass from John Hofmeister and Daniel DeLorimiere scored on a 26 yard run for Flower Mound.
The Jags finished the season with a 2-8 record.
Guyer 70, Fort Worth Brewer 7
The Wildcats trounced Brewer by a score of 70-7 on Thursday night to improve to 8-2 on the season and 7-0 in district competition.
Jerrod Heard rushed for 186 yards and three touchdowns in the game and Collin Clayton rushed for two touchdowns.
Guyer collectively rushed for a total of 452 yards in the game.
The Wildcats will open the playoffs next week against Saginaw on Friday at 7 p.m. at Northwest ISD Stadium.
Hebron 35, Marcus 14
The Marauders lost their season finale on Thursday night to Hebron, but still secured a playoff berth due to Flower Mound’s loss.
Nate Hopkins and CJ Respass both scored on a two-yard runs in the fourth quarter for Marcus.
The Marauders wrapped up the regular season with a 2-8 record. They will face Euless Trinity at 7 p.m. Thursday at Pennington Field.