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Guyer 24, Prosper 23

Guyer rallied from 17-7 down in the first half to defeat Prosper by one point on the game’s final play.

The Wildcats actually struck first, scoring on a touchdown run from Eli Stowers, but the Eagles scored 17 unanswered points and led at halftime.

Guyer (4-1, 2-0) scored a second touchdown on a 1-yard run from Stowers early in the third quarter to cut Prosper’s lead down to three.

Michael Mayfield tied it up at 17 on a field goal for the Wildcats in the third, but a missed PAT by Prosper to regain the lead would come back to haunt them.

Stowers scored on his third touchdown run of the night in the fourth quarter to make it 24-23 Guyer at the very end of the game.

Guyer will host Braswell at 7 p.m. on Nov. 6.

Marcus 56, Plano 17

Garrett Nussmeier passed for 342 yards and 4 touchdowns on Friday night, as Marcus rolled against Plano to remain unbeaten in district competition.

Marcus (5-0,2-0) led 28-7 at the end of the first half, and kept the pressure on throughout the game.

Nussmeier threw touchdown passes to Dallas Dudley, J. Michael Sturdivan, Connor Vaughn and Gabe Espinoza.

Espinoza and Caden Novarro also rushed for touchdowns in the game for the Marauders.

Walker Wells added a touchdown run for Marcus late in the third quarter, and Espinoza added a second rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter for the Marauders.

Marcus will travel to Coppell at 7 p.m. on Nov. 6.

Argyle 48, Kaufman 7

Argyle jumped out to a 21-7 lead on Friday night against Kaufman and never looked back, as the Eagles remain undefeated on the season.

Argyle (9-0,5-0) scored on touchdown runs from Tito Byce and Braden Baker in the first half, along with a touchdown pass from CJ Rogers.

Argyle extended its lead to 28-7 on a touchdown run from Tito Byce with 8:44 to play in the third quarter.

Byce finished the game with three rushing touchdowns.

Peyton Shoemake added a rushing touchdown of his own for the Eagles, and Argyle led 42-7 with 6:54 left to play in the fourth quarter.

Drew Snakenberg came in for Rogers and connected with Gannon Pels on a 47-yard touchdown pass to make it 48-7 in favor of Argyle, which is how the game finished out.

Argyle will travel to Wildcat Stadium at 7:30 on Nov. 6 to play Paris.

Hebron 25, Flower Mound 20

The Jaguars came up a little short on Friday night, losing to Hebron in its second district game in triple overtime.

Hebron jumped out to a 14-0 lead early in the second quarter.

Flower Mound (2-3,0-2) cut the deficit in half with 9:16 left to play in the first half when Parker Clark caught a touchdown pass from Nick Evers to make it 14-7, which was the score at halftime.

Evers and Clark hooked up again in the fourth quarter on a 30-yard touchdown pass to tie the game at 14 and send it into overtime.

After exchanging field goals in the first overtime and a scoreless second overtime, Flower Mound made it 20-17 before Hebron scored a touchdown to win 25-20.

Flower Mound will host Lewisville at 7 p.m. on Nov. 6.

FW Nolan 50, Liberty Christian 13

Daniel Greek connected with Jalen McCoslin in the first quarter of Friday night’s game with FW Nolan, but the Warriors could not get much else going.

Liberty Christian (0-6,0-4) actually took an early lead in the game, as they have been doing several times this season, but did not score again in the first half.

Following a scoreless third quarter, Greek hooked up with Kelen Moran on a 27-yard pass to make it 50-13.

A bright spot was Tye Strickland, who rushed for 142 yards in the game for the Warriors.

Liberty Christian will host Bishop Lynch at 7 p.m. on Nov. 6.

FW Christian 48, Coram Deo 33

A tough third quarter proved to be the difference for the Lions on Friday night.

Coram Deo (2-4, 0-3) led 16-13 at halftime, but a 21-7 run gave the Cardinals an 11-point lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The Lions did rally late, but were unable to complete the comeback.

Peyton Inderlied passed for 399 yards and three touchdowns in the game for the Lions, and Jack Herrington finished with 109 yards receiving and two touchdowns.

Aidan Saucedo caught an 81-yard touchdown pass from Inderlied and kicked two field goals for Coram Deo, and Sam Gerth caught a touchdown pass as well.

Coram Deo will play at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 6 against Southwest Christian School in Fort Worth.

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