Guyer 23, Prosper 6
It was a hard-fought, closely-contested game throughout most of the evening on Friday between two undefeated powerhouses, but the Wildcats emerged victorious, defeating Prosper in its district opener.
Following a scoreless first quarter, Ford Stinson gave Guyer the lead on a 23-yard field goal.
The Wildcats then scored with a little over 6 minutes to go in the third quarter on a 7-yard run by Ahmed Yussuf to make it 9-0 Guyer after a missed PAT.
Late in the third, Trey Joyner scored on a 27-yard scamper to give Guyer a 16-0 lead.
Prosper scored with 9:01 to play in the game, but Guyer responded with a 7-yard TD pass from Jackson Arnold to Landon Sides to put it away with under 3 minutes left in the game.
Guyer (4-0, 1-0) will play at 7 p.m. on Sept. 23 at Little Elm.
Argyle 41, Montgomery 20
Argyle cruised past Montgomery on Friday night.
The Eagles jumped out to a 7-0 lead on a 2-yard run from Landon Farris.
Montgomery tied it up later in the quarter, before Carter Buxton drilled a 57-yard field goal to regain the lead for Argyle.
RJ Bunnell then broke a 53-yard run to extend the Eagles lead to 17-7, and then took a 64-yard run to the house to make it 24-7 Argyle heading into halftime.
Farris scored on a 1-yard run early in the third quarter to make it 31-7 Argyle, and Jacob Robinson then tossed a 55-yard touchdown pass to Wayne Pritts to give Argyle a 38-7 lead.
Buxton kicked another long field goal (45) to make it 41-7 Argyle.
Montgomery rallied late, but could not seriously threaten a comeback.
Argyle (4-0,0-0) will play Memorial High School at 7 p.m. on Sept. 22 in Frisco.
Northwest 37, Brewer 7
The Northwest Texans evened their district record on Friday night, soundly defeating Brewer.
A 23-yard field goal from Trayton Greer gave Northwest a 3-0 lead in the first, and Kyle Cummings extended the lead to 9 on an 8-yard run later in the quarter.
Leddie Thompson then connected with Logan Jeskevic on a 20-yard touchdown pass to make it 16-0 Northwest and followed that up with a 33-yard touchdown pass to Kenan Reil to give the Texans a 23-0 halftime lead.
Brewer then made one trip to the end zone to make it 23-7, but Northwest came back and scored on a 4-yard run from Ife Durodoye to make it 30-7.
Thompson then hit Jeskevic on a 29-yard touchdown pass to make it 37-7 Northwest to finish the game.
Northwest (2-2, 1-1) will be in its bye week next weekend.
Liberty Christian 50, Grapevine Faith 13
Jason Witten’s Warriors improved to 3-1 on Friday night, pounding Grapevine Faith.
LCS jumped out to a 2-0 lead on a safety in the first quarter, and made it 8-0 when Luke Thompson scored on a 64-yard touchdown reception.
The Warriors made it 15-0 when Brady Janusek caught a 7-yard touchdown pass, but the Lions answered with a touchdown of their own to cut Liberty’s lead to 8 points.
Jacob Vaughan hooked up with Janusek a second time on a 63-yard touchdown pass to make it 23-7 Liberty, and scored again on a 9-yard pass from Vaughan to Quinton Brown to take a 29-7 lead into the half.
Janusek scored again on a 5-yard run in the third to make it 36-7 Liberty.
Faith got on the board again in the fourth, but Liberty Came right back and scored on a 2-yard run from Janusek.
Vaughan then completed a 20-yard touchdown pass to Blake Brisker to end the scoring for the night.
Vaughan threw for 396 yards and 5 touchdowns on the evening, and Janusek finished with 198 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns.
Liberty Christian (3-1,2-2) will host Bishop Lynch at a time to be determined on Sept. 24.
Arlington Grace Prep 35, Coram Deo 28
The Coram Deo Academy Lions in Flower Mound came up just a bit short on Saturday afternoon in a back-and-forth affair, falling to Arlington Grace Prep.
Following a scoreless first quarter, Grace Prep took a 7-0 lead in the second quarter before Luke Newton connected with Josh Marshall on a touchdown pass to tie the game up for the Lions.
Prep scored again and led 14-7 at the half.
Coram Deo struck first in the second half to tie the game at 14, but Grace Prep regained the lead to make it 20-14 after three.
Samuel Johnson then scored for the Lions on an 18-yard run to give Coram Deo a 21-20 lead, its first lead of the game.
Arlington Grace Prep then scored another touchdown and two-point conversion, but Coram Deo answered when Johnson scored on a 5-yard run to make it 28-28.
With 3 minutes to play in the game, Grace Prep scored again and held on for the victory.
Coram Deo (2-2,0-0) will wrap up its non-district schedule against St. Marks at 7 p.m. on Sept. 23 in Dallas.