Argyle 43, Celina 14
Hayden Clearman passed for 226 yards and three touchdowns on Friday night as Argyle defeated Celina 43-14, making it the second consecutive week the Eagles have defeated a top 10 opponent.
Chase Estrada had 130 yards and a touchdown in the game as well, as Argyle remains undefeated.
This was a good play for @ArgyleSports – WR screen to Chase Estrada. Saw it work 3 times in the 1st half. @hswfaa pic.twitter.com/jv24zIKlUB
— Ted Madden (@tedmadden) September 10, 2016
Guyer 63, Dallas Kimball 7
Guyer cruised to a 56-point victory over the Knights on Friday in Dallas, building a 42-7 lead heading into halftime.
Luke Stillwell passed for 216 yards and four touchdowns in the game and Donovan Greenhoward had 103 yards receiving and two touchdowns.
The Wildcats had 598 yards of total offense in the game.
Marcus 41, Mansfield 31
The Marauders picked up an impressive victory on Friday night, defeating Mansfield by 10 points to improve to 2-1 as it gets set to start district play.
Justin Dinka rushed for 165 yards and two touchdowns in the game, and Duncan Berger had 90 yards receiving and two touchdowns.
Great WIN tonight Marauders!
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— The Marquee (@mhsmarquee) September 10, 2016
Gilmer 61, Liberty Christian 19
Liberty Christian lost its third straight game on Friday night, this time to Gilmer by a score of 61-19.
A bright spot for the Warriors was receiver Grant Sawyer, who caught six receptions for 129 yards and a touchdown.
Coram Deo 50, Dallas Covenant 22
Coram Deo remains unbeaten after a 50-22 victory over Dallas Covenant on Friday night.
The Lions will open up district competition at home on Sept. 16 against Lake Country Christian.
Keller Timber Creek 38, Flower Mound 30
The Jaguars came up just short against Timber Creek on Thursday night, losing the Falcons by a score of 38-30.
Jackson Averitt combined for 325 all-purpose yards and three rushing touchdowns in the game for the Jaguars, but Timber Creek’s passing game was too much.
Flower Mound is in its bye next week and will host Southlake Carroll at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 23 to open up district competition.
If you’ve seen every down you know this team is 3 or 4 plays from being 3-0. Believe it. @JagFootball pic.twitter.com/3HqSAmcA0X
— Joe Lorenzini (@lorenziniphotog) September 10, 2016
Lewisville 51, McKinney Boyd 14