Flower Mound 59, Marcus 21
Epic game tonight. Congrats to the players, coaches, trainers, fans and everyone who is involved and knows what it means to beat Marcus. pic.twitter.com/Q4F4kdDvKw
— Joe Lorenzini (@lorenziniphotog) October 27, 2018
The Jaguars will have bragging rights for the next year at least as they defeated Marcus by a score of 59-21 in the annual Mound Showdown.
Pierce Hudgens got things off on the right foot for the Jags, rushing for a 1-yard touchdown run, followed by a 42-yard pass from Blake Short to Reid Touchstone to make it 14-0 Flower Mound.
Marcus answered with a 75 yard touchdown pass from Garrett Nussmeier to Marcel Brooks, but Flower Mound answered with a 4-yard run from Jake Welch, and made it 21-7 Flower Mound heading into the second quarter.
In the second, it was all Jaguars, as Short connected with Welch on a 13-yard pass and Hudgens had runs of 1 and 6 yards to make it 42-7 at the break.
Nussmeier threw touchdown passes to Evan Greene and John Ballard in the third quarter, but Hudgens scored on runs of 48 and 64 yards and Bert Auburn kicked a 27-yard field goal for the Jaguars to seal the victory.
Hudgens rushed for 297 yards and five touchdowns and Short passed for 324 yards and two touchdowns.
Reid Touchstone had 158 yards receiving and a touchdown.
Flower Mound will play at 7 p.m. on Nov. 2 at Coppell and Marcus will play at 7 p.m. on Nov. 1 at Irving MacArthur.
Some highlights from the @FlowerMoundHS vs @Marcus_HS game, FloMo up big, catch more with @PatDoneyNBC5 tonight on @NBCDFW at 10p pic.twitter.com/eIGhE2EWQE
— Noah Bullard (@noah_bullard) October 27, 2018
Argyle 58, Melissa 21
The Eagles had little trouble in keeping their season record unblemished on Friday night, rolling past Melissa.
Bo Hogeboom passed for 359 yards and four touchdowns and Dillon Carter had 229 yards receiving and three touchdowns.
Running back Tito Byce rushed for 188 yards and two touchdowns, and Luke Farris and Noah Lang rushed for a touchdown a piece.
Grant Shaw kicked a 38-yard field goal for the Eagles as well.
Argyle will next play at 7 p.m. on Nov. 2 when it hosts Anna.
Liberty Christian 49, Temple Christian 36
The Warriors won their second straight game on Friday night, defeating Temple Christian by 13 points.
Andre Washington rushed for 222 yards and two touchdowns in the game, and Preston White finished with 110 yards receiving and two touchdowns.
Daniel Greek had two passing touchdowns and a rushing touchdown, and Tye Strickland and Jalen McCoslin both scored for the Warriors.
Liberty Christian will play next at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 2 at Trinity Christian-Addison.
Coram Deo 21, Trinity Christian 7
In the battle of the Lions, Coram Deo Academy emerged victorious on Friday night, defeating Lubbock Trinity Christian by two scores.
Gage McCallum and Boston Arthur both had scoring runs for Coram Deo in the game.
Coram Deo remains unbeaten with a record of 8-0 with the victory.
The Lions will play at Midland Trinity Christian at 7 p.m. on Nov. 2.
Guyer 49, Northwest Eaton 21
The Guyer Wildcats jumped on Eaton early and never looked back on Thursday night.
Guyer led 28-14 at halftime on runs by Kaedric Cobbs, Eli Stowers and Byron Phillips and a touchdown pass from Stowers to Seth Meador.
Meador caught another touchdown pass in the third quarter and Cobbs scored on two more runs in the third and fourth quarters.
Cobbs finished the the game with 142 yards rushing and three touchdowns.
Guyer will next play at 7 p.m. on Nov. 2 when it hosts Byron Nelson.
We caught up with Denton Guyer’s running back after their win over Eaton @TheOldCoach pic.twitter.com/H8Dnkck4l0
— Jamal Brown (@AdidasKing5) October 26, 2018