The Bulldogs scored touchdowns in all phases of the game on Thursday for a 63-0 victory over Sam Rayburn at Turner Stadium.
Andre Holliday scored twice on touchdown runs of 36 and 22 yards, Andrew Alexander added a 23-yard touchdown run and Torrie Curry scored on a 1-yard run as the Bulldogs built a 28-0 lead in the first quarter.
Cameron Adams and Ashton Fischer added touchdown runs of 54 and 57 yards respectively and the Bulldogs’ defense scored on an 18-yard interception return by DeVion Hargrove and a 93-yard scoop-and-score by Sean-kristoff King, who also returned a punt 81 yards for a touchdown.
Avery Clover won the Region III-6A Cross Country Meet last week. The junior paced the girls’ division with a time of 18 minutes, 24.5 seconds and advances to the UIL State Cross Country Championships, which will be held on Saturday at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock. It will be Clover’s third consecutive trip to the state meet.
Wildcats quarterback Dexter Wyble threw for 197 yards and three touchdowns in a 31-21 victory over Kingwood on Friday at Turner Stadium. Wyble, who completed 16 of 27 passes, tossed touchdown strikes of 9 and 7 yards to Dontee’ McCrary, and a 17-yarder to Donald Harper. X’zavier Sydney, who rushed for a game-high 72 yards, scored on a 2-yard run. Juan Escalante opened the scoring with a 24-yard field goal.
Falcons senior quarterback Justin Shively threw four touchdown passes in a 34-14 victory over Little Cypress-Mauriceville on Friday in a battle of District 11-4A unbeatens. The 9-0 Falcons, who will be making their 12th playoff appearance in the last 13 years, finish the regular season next week with a chance to win their first outright district championship since 1984.
The Kingwood girls’ cross country team won the team title at the Region III-6A Meet last week and advance to the UIL State Cross Country Championships on Saturday at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock.
Sophomore Carson Parker led the way, finishing fourth individually with a time of 19 minutes, 7 seconds. Freshmen Rebecca Rhodes (19:08.6) and Carly Ahrens (19:11.4) ran fifth and sixth respectively. Rachel James (19:30.1) rounded out the top four with a 13th-place finish overall. Jenna Carter (19:54.7), Skye Hoffman (20:23.1), and Daniela Wisniewski (20:50.5) rounded out the Lady Mustangs team.
Senior Nick Majerus ran second in the boys’ race with a time of 15:42.4 and will also advance to the state meet.
Brandon Acosta rushed for 194 yards and three touchdowns as Kingwood Park clinched a playoff spot with 40-13 victory over Austin on Friday at Dyer Stadium. Panthers quarterback Hudson Dezell threw for two touchdowns and ran for another. He threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to Jay Martin and added a 33-yarder to Canen Adrian.