The Argyle Eagles continued their impressive 2014 campaign with another big win over Pinkston at 64-14 on Senior Night, giving them their ninth straight win this year and 25th straight overall, dating back to last year’s state title team.
The Eagles seemed to stall on the first drive, but executed a fake punt with Hunter Markwardt getting all the way down the 5-yard line.
Nick Ralston would then take it into the endzone, giving him his 75th overall touchdown in his career as an Eagle.
After a Viking punt, Argyle’s defense began to roll, with Cooper Rodger finding Drew Estrada in the end zone for a 17-yard score. Rodgers would throw another touchdown strike on the next drive, this time to Gage McCook, to give the Eagles a commanding 20-0 lead.
After another Rodgers touchdown in the first, Argyle began to pour on the scoring in the second quarter, with another short Ralston touchdown run, and a Dane Ledford pick-6, to make it 44-0 at the half.
After Pinkston scored on a long touchdown run on the first play of the second half, the Eagles continued the scoring barrage, with a long Erik Ramon touchdown run, and two Chase Carrick touchdown runs, to give the Eagles a 65-point night.
The Argyle seniors continued to add to their football feats, with the senior class now having an overall record of 50-4, with a state championship from last year under their belt and looking forward to a second consecutive title this year.
Argyle faces off at Sanger in their regular season finale next week.
Liberty Christian 38, Prestonwood Christian 45
The Liberty Christian football team moved into a three-way tie for third place on Friday night with a 45-38 loss to Prestonwood Christian.
Prestonwood Chrsitian took a 7-0 lead into the second quarter, before Kyleb Howell tied things up on a two-yard run.Howell would add a 16-yard touchdown run just 11 seconds later, and a 24-yard Cole Austin field goal gave the Warriors a 10 point lead.
Prestonwood came back with 10 points of its own to tie the game at 17 heading into the break.
John Copeland scored for Liberty on a 45-yard run in the third quarter, but Liberty Christian was out-scored 21-7 in the third quarter.
Liberty rebounded in the fourth quarter with touchdown passes to Justus Lee (17 yards) and Drew Hunnicutt (12 yards), but could not complete the comeback.
Liberty will face John Paul II in its season finale at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 7 on the road.