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Guyer, Argyle, Lewisville advance in playoffs

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Guyer 52, Flower Mound 21

The Guyer Wildcats advanced to the area round of the playoffs on Friday night with a big victory over Flower Mound.

Wildcats kicker Cole Schroeder kicked three, first-half field goals and Kaedric Cobbs scored on a touchdown run, while Flower Mound’s Blake Short hit Jake Welch on a 78-yard touchdown pass as Guyer led 17-7 at the break.

Reid Touchstone caught an 8-yard pass from Short to cut the Jaguars’ deficit to three points, but Cobbs rushed for two touchdowns in less than two minutes to open the lead back up for the Wildcats.

Cobbs would score a fourth touchdown in the fourth quarter and finish the game with 310 yards rushing.

Mitchell Reinacher scored for the Jags on a 25-yard pass from short to make it 31-21 at the end of the three, but a touchdown run from Eli Sowers and a 42-yard interception return from Jonathan Jones in the fourth would put the game out of reach.

Guyer will play Mansfield Lake Ridge at 2 p.m. next Saturday at Pennington Field in Bedford.

Argyle 70, Carrollton Ranchview 14

The Eagles opened up the postseason with a bang on Friday night, defeating Carrollton Ranchview by a score of 70-14.

Tito Byce had a big first quarter for Argyle, scoring on three rushing touchdown to give the Eagles a 21-0 lead heading into the second quarter.

Byce scored on a fourth touchdown run in the second quarter, while Bo Hogeboom connected with John Crowder and Alex Gonzalez on touchdown passes, and Hunter Clearman returned a punt 30 yards for a touchdown.

Argyle led 49-0 at halftime, and Hogeboom would finish the night with 304 yards passing.

Noah Lang scored on a pair of touchdown runs to open up the third quarter, finishing with 110 yards rushing, and Argyle led 63-0.

Hunter Martindale would hit Cole Kirkpatrick on a touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to finish things out.

Argyle will play China Spring in the area round next Friday at 6 p.m. at Owl Stadium in Joshua.

Lewisville 33, Keller 27 (3OT)

In spite of trailing by 13 points on Friday night, the Farmers rallied to win their bi-district game in triple overtime and advance to the area round.

The Indians took a 13-0 lead into halftime before AJ Newsome hit Ben McAfee and Armani Winfield on touchdown passes in the third quarter to take a 14-13 lead.

Lewisville extended it’s lead in the fourth quarter by Newsome, but a failed 2-point conversion attempt kept the score 20-13, and Keller tied it up before the end of regulation.

In the first overtime period, Newsome scored on a run, but Keller answered with run of its own, and neither team scored in the second overtime.

In the third time overtime period, Lewisville scored on a 1-yard run from Josh Lockhart, and the Farmer’s defense prevented Keller from scoring.

Lewisville will play Duncanville at a time, date and location to be determined.

Coram Deo 42, Shelton 13

In a rematch from a Sept. 14 game in Dallas, the Lions won even more emphatically, advancing past the opening round with a victory over Shelton.

Coram Deo defeated Shelton 21- 0 on Sept. 14.

Max McCalley got things going on Friday night with a 60-yard touchdown pass to Andrew Mainord to make it 7-0.

Cooper Walthall scored on a 3-yard run later in the first period to make it 14-0 Coram Deo, and McCalley rushed for a 15-yard score to make it 21-7 at halftime.

Walthall scored on a 5-yard run in the third quarter, and made it 35-13 late in the quarter when Gage McCallum scored on a 15-yard run.

Walthall would score on a third touchdown run in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach.

Coram Deo will play Arlington Grace Prep in the next round of the playoffs at a time, date and location to be determined.

Liberty Christian 56, San Antonio Central Catholic 38

The Warriors opened up the postseason on Saturday afternoon with an impressive victory over San Antonio Central Catholic.

Andre Washington rushed for a touchdown and caught a touchdown pass in the first quarter of play, and Michael Hulke scored on a 15-yard blocked punt return as Liberty led 21-10.

In the second quarter, Preston White caught two touchdown passes and Liberty led 35-17 at the break.

White finished the day with 141 yards receiving.

Collin Gamble returned an interception 61 yards in the third quarter to make it 42-17, and Washington  scored on another run to finish the game with 145 yards rushing.

Blake Galan caught a touchdown pass from Daniel Greek, who finished the game with 191 yards passing and three touchdowns.

The Warriors will play Plano Prestonwood Christian in the regional round at a time, date and location to be determined.

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