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High School Football Scoreboard

Flower Mound 42, Plano East 35

The Jaguars jumped out to an early lead on Friday night and held on to defeat Plano East by a touchdown.

Nick Evers hooked up with Walter Mulkey on a 60-yard touchdown pass to get things going for Flower Mound, and on the ensuing drive, Ryan Brubaker intercepted a Panther’s pass.

Evers scored on an 8-yard draw on the Jaguars next drive, and Evers hit Mulkey again on a 30-yard touchdown pass to make it 28-7 Flower Mound in the second.

East scored again late in the second quarter, and it was 28-14 Flower Mound heading into the break.

In the third quarter, the Panthers tied the game up, but Evers regained the lead for the Jags on a 4-yard run in the fourth.

Flower Mound made it 42-28 on a Peyton Porter 7-yard touchdown run, before Plano East scored to bring them to within seven.

The Jaguars were able to hold off East late in the fourth quarter, however, to get the victory.

Flower Mound (3-4, 2-2) will travel to Clark Stadium in Plano at 7 p.m. on Oct. 22 to play Plano West.

Allen 38, Guyer 31

The Guyer/Allen game lived up to billing on Friday night, with the Eagles edging Guyer by a score of 38-31.

Allen jumped out to an early lead before Jackson Arnold connected with Grayson O’Bara on an 8-yard touchdown pass to tie the game 7-7.

The Eagles scored 14-unanswered points to take a 21-7 lead before Arnold hit Jace Wilson on a 23-yard pass to make it 21-14 Allen.

The Eagles kicked a field goal with 4 seconds remaining in the half and led 24-14 after two.

Just under three minutes into the third quarter, Arnold hit O’Bara again on an 18-yard touchdown pass to make it 24-21 Allen, but the Eagles scored on the ensuring drive to make it 31-21.

Guyer responded on its next series with a touchdown of its own when Jackson Foster broke a 58-yard run.

Allen scored again, however, and it was 38-28 Eagles heading into the fourth quarter.

Jaxon Pirtile kicked a 39-yard field goal with just over a minute remaining in the fourth, but Guyer was not able to score again.

Guyer (7-1, 3-1) will travel to McKinney at 7 p.m. on Oct. 22 to play Boyd.

Marcus 37, Plano West 14

The Marauders had little difficulty with Plano West on Friday night.

Jaxxon Warren completed a 38-yard pass to Ashton Cozart to get things going for the Marauders, and then hit Connor Vaughan on a 19-yard pass to make it 13-0 Marcus heading into the second.

Walker Wells scored on a 1-yard run early in the second to give the Marauders a 20-0 lead, but West answered with a late touchdown in the second, and Marcus led 20-7 at halftime.

The Wolves scored again in the third quarter to make it 20-14 Marcus before Michael Petro kicked a 26-yard field goal to extend Marcus’ lead to 9 points.

Early in the fourth, Warren completed a touchdown pass to Ashton Cozart for 75 yards, and five minutes later hit Dallas Dudley for 16 yards to make it 37-14.

Warren passed for 250 yards and four touchdowns in the game.

Marcus (5-2, 3-1) will travel to Hebron at 7 p.m. on Oct. 22 for its next game.

Northwest 43, Crowley 0

Northwest improved to 4-0 in district with a shutout in Crowley on Friday night.

Kyle Cummings scored on a 1-yard run in the first quarter to get things going for the Texans, and with 10 minutes to play in the second quarter, tacked on a 7-yard run to make it 15-0 Northwest.

With 5:59 left in the second, Jake Strong connected with Kenan Reil on a 13-yard pass to make it 23-0, and a 3-yard run from Ricardo Dyer made it 29-0 Northwest at halftime.

Following a scoreless third quarter, Strong hit Reil again for a 20-yard touchdown pass, and followed that up with a 45-yard touchdown pass to Dyer with 4:04 left to play to make it 43-0.

Strong passed for 324 yards and two touchdown and rushed for 90 yards in the game.

Northwest (5-2, 4-0) will host Granbury at 7 p.m. on Oct. 22.

Prestonwood Christian 24, Liberty Christian 6

Liberty Christian came up short on Friday night to move to 1-7 on the season.

The Lions scored three times in the first half–the first two on a pair of pick-sixes- and led 17-0 at the break.

Following a scoreless third quarter, Prestonwood extended its lead to 24 before Liberty got on the board on a 2-yard run from Steel Doss followed by an unsuccessful 2 point conversion.

Liberty was unable to mount a comeback and fell short.

Liberty Christian (1-7, 0-4) will travel to Fort Worth at 7 p.m. on Oct. 22 to play Nolan.

Grapevine Faith 43, Coram Deo 6

The Lions dropped their district opener to Grapevine Faith on Friday night.

Faith jumped out to a 7-0 lead early on, but the Lions answered with a 6-yard touchdown run from John Raybuck.

It was all Grapevine Faith for the rest of the night.

A bright spot for the Lions was Sam Gerth, who finished the game with 3 receptions for 102 yards.

Coram Deo (4-3, 0-1) will host Legacy Christian Academy at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 22 in its next game.

Argyle 77, Carrollton Ranchview 7

The Eagles cruised on Thursday night, soundly defeating Ranchview.

Argyle scored on the first play of the game when Jett Copeland hit Riley Page on a 43-yard touchdown pass.

Jaamael Felton returned a fumble 3 yards on the next play to make it 14-0 Argyle, and the Eagles added another touchdown two minutes later on a 1-yard run from Peyton Shoemake.

Will Hodson made it 28-0 Argyle on a 56-yard pass to Page, and Landon Farris broke a 44-yard run to make it 35-0 at the end of the first quarter in favor of the Eagles.

Knox Scoggins scored on a 1-yard run just under two minutes into the second quarter, and Shoemake scored again, this time on a 39-yard run to make it 49-0 Argyle.

The Argyle defense then scored when Tate Thompson returned an interception 30-yards for a touchdown, before Ranchview finally got on the board to make it 56-7.

The Eagles answered with a pass from Alex Moeller to Wayne Pritts for 60 yards and the score was 63-7 at halftime.

In the third, Eli McCall scored on a 19-yard run to make it 70-7 Argyle, and Moeller threw a 17-yard touchdown pass to Alex Mann to close things out.

Argyle (6-1, 2-1) will host Terrell at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 22.

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