Guyer Wildcats undefeated in district competition

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Neither football game Thursday night was a close call as Denton Guyer handily defeated Keller Timber Creek to maintain its undefeated rank in district competition.
Marcus High School lost to Plano and takes a bye week next Friday.

Guyer 58, Keller Timber Creek 21

The Guyer football team is still undefeated in district competition after a 58-21 drubbing of Keller Timber Creek on Thursday night, as 51 first half points overwhelmed the Falcons, who could never

Shawn Robinson threw touchdown passes of 59 yards (Alex Honey), 48 yards (Adam Scott) and 50 yards (David Haynes), and ran a 29-yard keeper in for good measure, as the Wildcats took a 28-0 lead into the second half.

In the second quarter, Connor Hinchney scored on a six yard run, and Anthony Taylor broke a 46-yard run for Guyer.Anthony Terzini then drilled a 45-yard field goal, as the Wildcats lead by 38 points before Timber Creek even scored.

Following the Timber Creek touchdown, Christian Moore scored on a 35-yard pass from Robinson.Austin Luna scored on a nine-yard run for Guy to close things out.Robinson finished the game with 329 yards and four touchdowns for Guyer.

The Wildcats will wrap up the season at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 7, at C.H. Collins against Denton Ryan.      

-John English

Marcus 7, Plano 41

Plano struck extremely quickly, after Marcus fumbled on the first play, and roared to a 21-0 first quarter lead, and did not look back, giving the Wildcats their 5th district win in blowout fashion.

Turnovers and penalties kept the Marauders from being able to find the endzone until the second quarter, when C.J Respass found the endzone on a short run. He finished the night with 12 carries for 63 yards.

Plano quarterback Brooks Panhans was extremely efficient, going 10-14 for 135 yards and a touchdown. The Wildcat running-backs also had big days, with Lopaka Yoro going for 63 yards and Brandon Stephens rushing for 57.

Marcus will await their postseason fate, as they are off next week.

-Mitchell Mason

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