High School Football Scores – Week 7

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Argyle 63, Paris North Lamar 14

The Eagles cruised to a 63-14 victory over Paris North Lamar on Friday night to remain unbeaten and atop the district 7-4A Div. 1 standings.

Luke Farris scored on runs of 13 yards and 1 yard, and Bo Hogeboom hit Cole Kirkpatrick on touchdown passes of 18 yards and 46 yards in the first half alone.

Tito Byce also scored on an 11-yard run and Cade Merka caught a 65-yard pass to make it 42-0 in favor of the Eagles, and just before the half, Drew Adams caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Jett Copeland and the score was 49-6.

In the third quarter, Colin Crawford scored on an 8-yard pass from Copeland and Knox Scoggins scored on a 16-yard run to finish out scoring for the Eagles.

Argyle improved to 6-0 on the season and 2-0 in district competition, and will play it’s next game at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 18 at Paris.

Flower Mound 54, Irving Nimitz 6

The Jaguars jumped out to a 23-0 first quarter lead and never looked back, as they soundly defeated Nimitz on Friday night.

Pierce Hudgens scored on touchdown runs of nine, six and seven yards in the first half, and Blake Short connected with Parker Clark on a 24-yard touchdown pass and Reid Touchstone on a 37-yard touchdown pass.

The Jags defense also picked up a safety, and Flower Mound led 37-6 at the half.

In the third quarter, Carson Winters scored on a 24-yard pass from Short and Spencer Baltmanis scored on an 11-yard blocked punt return.

Bert Auburn capped off the victory with a 45-yard field goal for the Jags.

Flower Mound improved to 5-1 on the season with the victory and 3-0 in district competition, and will visit Hebron next Friday at 7 p.m.

Marcus 24, Hebron 14

The Marauders picked up an important victory on Friday night, defeating Hebron by a score of 24-14 in conference play.

Marcus got down 6-0 early to the Hawks, but Collin Sutherland gave the Marauders the lead on a 10-yard pass from Garrett Nussmeier.

Jacob Scott kicked a 32-yard field goal and Ethan Barr scored on a 1-yard run to make it 17-6 at the half.

Nussmeier and Sutherland hooked up on a 17-yard pass early in the third period to extend the Marauders lead to 18 points and held on for the victory.

Marcus improved to 5-1 on the season and 3-1 in district competition.

Marcus will next host Coppell at 7 p.m. on Friday.

Fort Worth Nolan 41, Liberty Christian 14

The Liberty Christian Warriors moved to 2-5 on the season after falling to Fort Worth Nolan on Friday night.

The Warriors actually scored first in the game, when Daniel Greek hit Nate Montecure on a 63-yard touchdown pass.

Greek would connect with Collin Gamble on a 36-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter, but Liberty was not able to mount a comeback.

The Warriors are 0-1 in district competition with the loss, and will host Midland Christian at 7 p.m. on Oct. 18 in their next game.

Lubbock Christian 44, Coram Deo Academy 14

The Lions came up short on Friday night, losing to Lubbock Christian by a score of 44-14.

The Eagles jumped out to a 14-0 first quarter lead before Peyton Inderlied connected with Zachary Ledbetter on a 57-yard touchdown pass to cut the deficit to seven.

Lubbock Christian scored again to make it 22-7, but Coram Deo answered when Inderlied hit Jack Herrington on a 55-yard touchdown pass to make it 22-14.

It was all Lubbock Christian from then on, as Coram Deo moved to 2-5 on the season with an 0-1 mark in TAPPS III District 1 competition.

The Lions will host Temple Christian at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 18.

Guyer 30, Keller Timber Creek 0

The Wildcats jumped out to a 30-0 halftime lead on Thursday night and that would be all they needed, as the game was called due to inclement weather in the third quarter.

Eli Stowers hit Seth Meador on a 52-yard touchdown pass to get things started for the Wildcats, and Guyer led 7-0 at the end of one.

In the second quarter, Kaedric Cobbs scored on a 7-yard run, and Stowers connected with Travis Romar (56-yards) and Meador (29-yards) on touchdown passes to make it 30-0 at the break.

The game was called after halftime and Guyer (5-1) was awarded the victory.

The Wildcats improved to 2-1 in conference play and will host Keller at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 18 at the C.H. Collins Athletic Complex.

 

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