Argyle 26, Celina 22
Things did not look good for the Eagles early on Friday night, trailing 14-3 at halftime and having to endure a lightning delay, but a second-half rally lifted Argyle to a 26-22 victory over Celina.
Grant Shaw scored first in the game, giving Argyle a 3-0 lead on a 30-yard field goal attempt in the first quarter.
Celina answered with 14 first-half points, however, and led by 11 at the break.
Following an extended lightning delay at halftime, Tito Byce scored on a 13-yard run to make it 14-9 in the third quarter.
Shaw hit another field goal (27) to cut the Eagles deficit to two points, and Byce scored again on a 15-yard run to give Argyle the lead.
Celina answered with a touchdown run late in the fourth quarter to make it 22-19 in favor of the Bobcats, but Argyle came right back and scored again with 25 seconds remaining on a 28-yard pass to Cole Kirkpatrick from Bo Hogeboom to make it 26-22.
Argyle will face Waco La Vega on Friday at Midlothian ISD Stadium.
The Argyle Eagles score a touchdown against these Celina bobcats. Bringing the score up to 19-14 in the fourth quarter with the @argylesports in the lead. #dctf #fridaynightlights #touchdown pic.twitter.com/IkC7J3EnpD
— The Talon News (@TheTalonNews) December 1, 2018
Trinity Christian 13, Coram Deo 7
The season cam to an end for the Lions on Friday night, losing to Trinity Christian-Willow Park by six points in a game that was delayed by lightening.
Trinity Christian took a 7-0 lead in the game early on, but Coram Deo tied it at seven on an 8-yard run from Cooper Walthall.
The Eagles regained the lead in the second quarter to make it 13-7 at halftime.
The game went into a lightning delay with 3:54 remaining in the fourth quarter, and Coram Deo could not come back.
The Lions finished 11-2 on the season.
Bishop Lynch 65, Liberty Christian 45
Things looked good for the Warriors early on against Bishop Lynch, as Liberty Christian took a 38-21 lead into halftime.
But Lynch rebounded and brought an end to the Warriors season.
Andre Washington led the way offensively for Liberty Christian, combining for 306 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns.
Daniel Greek also had a good day, passing for 271 yards and two touchdowns.
Greek also caught a touchdown pass from Grant Galyean and rushed for two more.
Preston White caught a touchdown pass and Cameron Baller kicked a 19-yard field goal, but the Friars scored 32 unanswered points to finish out the game.
Liberty Christian finished 8-5 on the season and second in TAPPS 1-I.