Lewisville 28, Flower Mound 21
Lewisville pulled out a closely contested game on Friday night, defeating Flower Mound by a touchdown.
The Farmers got things going when Ethan Terrell hit Lamar Kerby on a 30-yard touchdown pass to make it 7-0 Lewisville in the first.
The Jaguars answered with a 1-yard run from Walker Mulkey to tie the game 7-7 heading into the second.
Lewisville came right back and scored on a 4-yard run from Viron Ellison to make it 14-7, but Flower Mound responded with 1-yard touchdown run from Yale Erdman to tie the game back up.
Terrell then hit Jayden Hardy on a 15-yard touchdown pass to regain the lead for the Farmers.
Ellison scored on another 4-yard run to extend Lewisville’s lead to 14 points.
Flower Mound came back and scored on a 36-yard pass from Erdman to Jason Welch to cut Flower Mound’s deficit to 7 points.
Lewisville, however was able to hang on to earn the victory.
Flower Mound (0-4, 0-1) will take on Marcus next Friday in the Mound Showdown at 7:30 p.m., while Lewisville (3-1, 1-0) will host Coppell at 7 p.m. on Sept. 30.
Guyer 49, Little Elm 21
The Guyer Wildcats cruised on Friday night, improving to 2-0 in district competition with a 49-21 victory over Little Elm.
Jackson Arnold scored on an 8-yard run to make it 7-0 Guyer, and hit Landon Sides on a 28-yard touchdown pass to give the Wildcats a two touchdown lead.
Arnold then scored on a 21-yard scramble, before Little Elm got on the board to make it 21-7.
Trey Joyner scored on a 4-yard run and Arnold and Sides hooked up once again, scoring on a 60-yard touchdown pass to extend their lead to 28 points.
Special teams then came up big, as Peyton Bowen returned a punt 57-yards to give Guyer a 42-7 lead.
Joyner scored on a 3-yard run to make it 49-7 Guyer.
Little Elm scored two late touchdowns, but could not come back.
Guyer (5-0, 2-0) will host McKinney Boyd at 7 p.m. on Sept. 30.
Jackson Arnold to Landon Sides
Little Elm 7
— Jason Howell (@Jason_Howell) September 24, 2022
Liberty Christian 43, Bishop Lynch 14
Jason Witten’s Liberty Christian football team improved to 4-1 on the season on Friday night, soundly defeating Bishop Lynch.
The Warriors jumped out to a 7-0 lead on a 42-yard touchdown pass from Jacob Vaughan to Quinton Brown.
Vaughan then connected with Brady Janusek on a 19-yard touchdown pass to make it 14-0 Liberty Christian.
An LCS field goal made it 17-0 and then Vaughan and Janusek hooked up again on a 7-yard touchdown pass.
Lynch then scored to make it 23-7 Liberty Christian, but the Warriors answered with a 6-yard scamper from Janusek to make it 30-7.
The defense then came up big for Liberty when Carson Reddell returned an interception 10-yards for a touchdown to give the Warriors a 37-7 halftime lead.
In the third quarter, Vaughan hit Brown for a 31-yard touchdown pass to finish out scoring for Liberty.
The Warriors (4-1, 2-0) will host Frisco Legacy Christian at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 30.
Marcus 23, Hebron 21
Marcus held on for a close victory over Hebron on Friday night.
The Marauders got on the board first on a 2-yard run from Ben Perlmutter to make it 7-0 Marcus late in the first quarter.
Michael Petro then kicked three straight field goals (30, 24, 48) to make it 16-0 Marcus heading into the second half.
Hebron scored in the third to make it 16-7 and scored again early in the fourth to cut Marcus’s lead to 2 points.
With 7:07 to play, Kole McKnight had an interception return for a touchdown for the Marauders to make it 23-14, and while Hebron did answer with a touchdown of its own with less than 2 minutes to play, Marcus was able to hold on for the victory.
Marcus (2-2, 1-0) will play Flower Mound in the Battle of the Mound at 7 p.m. on Sept. 30.
(Our apologies for bumping into the ref!)
— Marcus Football (@MarcusFootball) September 24, 2022
St. Mark’s 44, Coram Deo 21
The Coram Deo Lions came up short to St. Marks on Friday night.
After trailing 21-7 early in the second quarter, Samuel Johnson scored on 2-yard run to make it 21-14 St. Marks with 8 minutes to go in the first half.
St. Marks kicked a field goal to make it 24-14, but with less than a minute to play in the first half, Johnson connected with Josh Marshall on a 32-yard touchdown pass to make it 24-21 St. Marks going into the break.
In the second half, it was all St. Marks as Coram Deo wrapped up its final non-district game.
The Lions (2-3, 0-0) will be in their bye week next week.
Argyle 51, Frisco Memorial 13
Argyle opened up district play with a bang on Thursday night, defeating Frisco Memorial by a score of 51-13.
The Eagles got on the board first on an 18-yard run from RJ Bunnell to give Argyle a 7-0 lead.
The Warriors kicked a field goal to make it 7-3 after one.
Argyle extended its lead to 11 points 20 seconds into the second quarter on a 2-yard run from Landon Farris, and John Gailey connected with Lane Stewart two minutes later on a 34-yard touchdown pass to make it 21-3 Argyle.
Memorial scored again to make it 21-10, but Argyle came right back when Jacob Robinson hit Will Krzysiak for 53 yards give the Eagles a 28-10 lead at the break.
— The Talon News (@TheTalonNews) September 23, 2022
Argyle picked up right where it left off in the second half, scoring on a 13-yard keeper from Robinson three minutes into the third quarter to extend Argyle’s lead to 35-10.
Memorial then gave up a safety, and Argyle added another touchdown on a 33-yard pass to Krzysiak from Gailey to make it 44-10 after three for Argyle.
Memorial kicked a field goal early in the fourth quarter to make it 44-13, and Argyle made it 51-13 with 2:34 to play to close out the game on a 10-yard run from Preston Slaton.
Argyle (5-0, 1-0) will be in its bye week next weekend.
5-0 & 1-0 in district! ??
— Argyle ISD (@ArgyleISD) September 23, 2022