The Eagles found themselves in a barn burner on Friday night, but emerged victorious with a 21-point victory over Paris.
Jumping out to a 7-0 lead, the Eagles made it 10-7 in the first quarter on a 34-yard field goal from Hunter Roberts.
Paris took a 14-0 lead before Tito Byce scored on a run to make it 17-14 Argyle after one.
Paris again regained the lead in the second quarter before Luke Farris scored on a 1-yard run.
Paris tied the game at 24 in the second quarter when Bo Hogeboom completed a 4-yard pass to Jasper Lott, and Argyle led 31-24 at halftime.
Argyle extended its lead to 13 on a 17-yard pass from Hogeboom to Cole Kirkpatrick in the third quarter, but Paris answered to bring the game to within seven points.
Hogeboom and Kirkpatrick hooked up on another touchdown pass and the Eagles led 44-30, and made it 51-30 on a 31-yard touchdown pass from Hogeboom to Alex Gonzalez.
Paris scored again before Luke Farris added a 4-yard touchdown run to make it 58-37.
The Wildcats scored another touchdown and attempted an onside kick, which was recovered by Argyle who finished out the 65-44 win.
Argyle is 7-0 on the season and 3-0 in district.
The Eagles will host Melissa at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 25.
Marcus 15, Coppell 7
The Marauders rallied in the second half to defeat Coppell on Friday night in overtime, improving to 6-1 on the season and 4-0 in district competition.
The Cowboys took a 7-0 lead into the break, before Garrett Nussmeier connected with Collin Sutherland on a 9-yard pass in the third quarter to make it 7-7, which is how the game ended in regulation.
In overtime, Tyler Gainey scored on a 1-yard run to lift the Marauders to victory.
Gainey rushed for 92 yards a touchdown in the game.
Marcus will play Flower Mound at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 25 in the Battle of the Mound.
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Coram Deo 35, Temple Christian 30
The Lions improved to 3-5 on the season and 1-1 in district competition with a 5-point victory over Temple Christian.
Coram Deo trailed 7-0 in the first quarter, when Peyton Inderlied scored on a 5-yard run to make it 7-7.
Temple Christian regained the lead and the score was 7-0 heading into the second quarter.
Coram Deo tied it up and then took the lead on a 1-yard run from Inderlied with 5 minutes to play in the second quarter.
The Lions extended their lead to 14 points on a 15-yard pass from Inderlied to Jack Herrington early in the third quarter, and made it 35-14 five minutes later when Inderlied and Herrington hooked up on a 25-yard touchdown pass.
Coram Deo held off a late rally from Temple Christian to earn the victory.
The Lions will play at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 25 against Trinity Christian in Lubbock.
Hebron 31, Flower Mound 11
In what started out to be a defensive battle, the Jaguars came up short against Hebron on Friday night and moved to 5-2 on the season and 3-1 in district competition.
Flower Mound scored first in the game when Carson Winters caught a 12-yard pass from Blake Short.
Hebron scored twice, and led 10-8 at halftime.
The Hawks extended their lead to nine in the third quarter before Bert Auburn kicked a 31-yard field goal to make it 17-11 Hebron after three.
The Hawks scored two more touchdowns in the fourth quarter to pull away.
Flower Mound will play Marcus at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 25 in the Battle of the Mound.
Guyer 42, Keller 10
The Wildcats had little trouble with Keller on Friday night, winning 42-10 and improving to 6-1 overall and 3-1 in district competition.
Kaedric Cobbs got things started in the first quarter with a 1-yard touchdown run, and Eli Stowers hit Seth Meador on a 13-yard pass to make it 14-0 Guyer at the end of one.
Cobbs scored on runs of two and three yards to start the second, and following an Indian touchdown, Stowers connected with Deuce Harmon on a 24-yard pass to make it 36-7 at the half.
Stowers threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to KL Liggins early in the third quarter.
Guyer will play Eaton at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 25 at Northwest ISD Stadium.
Midland Christian 49, Liberty Christian 21
The Warriors kept it close in the first half on Friday night, but could not hang on as they lost to Midland Christian to move to 2-6 on the season and 0-2 in district competition.
Liberty got down 15-0 in the first quarter until Daniel Greek connected with Collin Gamble on a 21-yard touchdown pass to make 15-7 heading into the second.
The Warriors scored again in the second quarter on a 2-yard run from Logan Mallard to bring the game to within one point, but Midland Christian scored again and led 21-14 at halftime.
Midland Christian scored 28 unanswered points starting in the second half before Greek connected with Jalen McCoslin on a 16-yard pass to make it 49-21.
Liberty Christian will next play at Fort Worth All Saints at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 25.