AREA FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Vernon, Nocona among teams improving to 2-0
KRUM 21, BURKBURNETT 19
KRUM – Burkburnett’s late surge fell short Friday night with Krum denying a late two-point conversion attempt, hanging on for a 21-19 win. Both teams move to 1-1 on the season.
Krum led 21-0 late in the fourth quarter, but Burkburnett made the Bobcats scramble to hang on to the lead.
The Bulldogs scored three touchdowns in the game’s final 4:46, recovering an onside kick after the second score. The Bulldogs went for two to tie the game after scoring their third unanswered touchdown, but Krum got the stop.
Burkburnett tried another onside kick, but Krum recovered this attempt to seal the wn.
Quarterback Hunter McCall was Burk’s top passer and rusher, completing 18 of 35 passes for 249 yards, a TD and an interception. He rushed for 53 yards and a score on 11 carries. Rylan Stringfellow was his top target, catching nine passes for 130 yards and a TD.
Stringfellow also returned a punt 68 yards for a score.
The Bulldogs host rival Iowa Park next week.
SPRINGTOWN 35, GRAHAM 13
SPRINGTOWN – Hudson Hulett threw four touchdown passes and ran for another, leading Springtown to a 35-13 victory against Graham at Porcupine Stadium on Friday. Both teams moved to 1-1 on the season.
Hulett completed just 12 of 29 passes but made them count for 214 yards. Three of his TD passes went to Brayden Fox.
The Porcupines led 28-0 before Rylan Monsey got Graham on the board with a 59-yard TD run early in the fourth quarter. Graham quarterback Ty Thompson threw a late 14-yard TD to Brayden Riggins. Thompson finished 18 of 33 for 238 yards with a TD and an interception.
Graham plays at Glen Rose next week.
Springtown 35, Graham 13
Graham 0 0 0 13 -13
Springtown 0 21 7 7 -35
S – Conner King 17 pass from Hudson Hulett (kick failed)
S – Brayden Fox 21 pass from Hulett (Hulett run)
S – Fox 10 pass from Hulett (Hendrickson Perdomo kick)
S – Hulett 56 run (Perdomo kick)
G – Rylan Monsey 59 run (kick failed)
S – Fox 9 pass form Hulett (Perdomo kick)
G – Brayden Riggins 14 pass from Ty Thompson (Jesus Lucio kick)
First downs: (G) 22; (S) 19
Rushing: (G) 34-191; (S) 23-191
Passing: (G) 18-33-1—238; (S) 12-29-0—214
Punting: (G) 5-34; (S) 6-42
Fumbles: (G) 0-0; (S) 0-0
Penalties: (G) 4-28; (S) 7-96
RUSHING: (G) Unavailable; (S) Hudson Hulett 5-72.
PASSING: (G) Ty Thompson 18-33-1—238; (S) 12-29-0—214.
RECEIVING: (G) Ty Carter 2-41; (S) Brayden Butler 1-57, Spencer Behle 2-50, Brayden Fox 3-38. RECORDS: Graham 1-1, Springtown 1-1.
IOWA PARK 63, BENBROOK 21
IOWA PARK – Iowa Park scored 42 points before Benbrook could mount a response en route to a 63-21 shellacking of Benbrook on Friday at Hawk Stadium. The Hawks move to 1-1, while Benbrook falls to 0-2.
Iowa Park led 42-7 at halftime and 56-14 after three quarters.
Stats for this game have not been reported.
Iowa Park hosts rival Burkburnett next week.
VERNON 36, GAINESVILLE 24
VERNON – Vernon rushed for 312 yards, using its slot-T offense to pound Gainesville, 36-24, Friday at Lion Stadium. The Lions move to 2-0, while Gainesville falls to 0-2.
Jevon Fanner led the Vernon rushing attack, racking up 136 yards and two TDs. Quarterback Kale Sherrill rushed for 95 yards and a TD on 16 carries.
Vernon didn’t have the win secured until Fanner scored on a 7-yard run with 2:22 left in the game. Gainesville had pulled within 29-24 on a 16-yard run by Tre Bell with 9:26 remaining in the fourth.
Vernon makes the long trip to San Angelo Lake View next week.
Vernon 36, Gainesville 24
Gainesville 3 7 7 7 -24
Vernon 7 7 15 7 -36
V – Kale Sherrill 31 run (Javier Perez kick), 7:34
G – FG, Hector Lozano 36, :08
V – Adarius Williams 1 run (Perez kick), 6:10
G – Jessse Luna 42 pass from Cade Searcy (Lozano kick), 1:37
V – Jevon Fanner 9 run (Julius Dawkins pass from Case Fleming), 8:06
G – Searcy 57 run (Lozano kick), 6:32
V – T.J. Thomas 4 run (Perez kick), 3:22
G – Tre Bell 16 run (Lozano kick), 9:26
V – Fanner 7 run (Perez kick), 2:22
First downs: (G) 9; (V) 13
Rushing: (G) 24-140; (V) 41-312
Passing: (G) 9-18-2—106; (V) 1-5-0—19
Punting: (G) 4-39.8; (V) 3-35.3
Fumbles: (G) 2-0; (V) 1-1
Penalties: (G) 9-75; (V) 9-85
RUSHING: (G) Cade Searcy 10-85, Tre Bell 12-73, Landon Daniels 1-3; (V) Jevon Fanner 11-136, Kale Sherrill 16-95, C.J. Johnson 4-48.
PASSING: (V) Searcy 9-20-2—106; (V) Sherrill 1-6-0—19.
RECEIVING: (G) Jesse Luna 2-53, D’Marion Haley 5-42, D.J. Massey 1-8; (V) C.J. Johnson 1-19.
RECORDS: Gainesville 0-2; Vernon 2-0.
BRIDGEPORT 63, BOWIE 62
BRIDGEPORT – Bowie moved within 20 yards of completing an epic comeback Friday, but an interception by Bridgeport ended the threat and secured a 63-62 victory for the Bulls. Bridgeport moves to 1-1 on the season, while Bowie drops to 0-2.
Bridgeport led 42-12 in the second quarter when Rabbits started to fight back. A pair of touchdown passes by Brody Armstrong got the Rabbits within 49-26 at halftime.
The Rabbits trailed 56-46 heading into the fourth quarter.
A 16-yard run by Armstrong got the Rabbits within 63-60, and Matthew McCarty ran for the two-point conversion, getting them within a point with 6:43 left in the game. Armstrong was ejected from the game after his TD run for taunting, getting his second unsportsmanlike conduct penalty of the game.
Zac Harris took over at quarterback and led the Rabbits deep into Bridgeport territory twice with a chance to take the lead. Both drives fizzled around the Bull 20, with the second ending on an interception by Bridgeports Adan Santoyo.
Bowie finished with 746 total yards. Bridgeport had 665.
Armstrong completed 26 of 46 passes for 430 yards, four touchdowns and an interception. He rushed for a team-high 149 yards and three TDs. McCarty had 136 rushing and two TDs and caught six passes for 72 yards and two scores. Tucker Jones was Bowie’s top receiver, catching seven passes for 182 yards and a TD.
Cole Pritchard led Bridgeport with 255 rushing yards and three TDs. Quarterback Mason McComis was 19 of 26 for 411 yards and six TDs.
Bowie plays at rival Henrietta next week.
Bridgeport 63, Bowie 62
Bowie 6 20 20 16 -62
Bridgeport 28 21 7 7 -63
BR – David Kranz 61 pass from Mason McCromis (Max Uribe kick)
BR – Christopher Pritchard 51 pass from McComiss (Uribe kick)
BO – Matthew McCarty 9 run (kick fail)
BR – Cole Pritchard 12 run (Uribe kick)
BR – Adam Santoyo 50 pass from McComis (Uribe kick)
BO – AJ Whatley 19 pass from Brody Armstrong (kick failed)
BR – Kranze 43 pass from McComis (Uribe kick)
BR – Cole Pritchard 40 run (Uribe kick)
BO – McCarty 4 pass from Armstrong (kick failed)
BO – Whatley 3 pass from Armstrong (McCary pass from Armstrong)
BR – Sontoyo 39 pass from McComis (Uribe kick)
BO – Tucker Jones 86 pass from Armstrong (kick failed)
BR – Cole Pritchard 68 run (Uribe kick)
BO – Armstrong 3 run (kick Failed)
BO – Armstrong 14 run (Kynan Demoss pass from Armstrong)
BR – Santoyo 12 pass from McComis (Uribe kick)
BO – McCarty 11 run (McCarty run)
BO – Armstrong 16 run (McCarty run)
First downs: (BO) 43; (BR) 23
Rushing: (BO) 47-300; (BR) 29-254
Passing: (BO) 28-51-2—446; (BR) 19-26-1—411
Fumbles: (BO) 4-3; (BR) 3-3
Penalties: (BO) 9-84; (BR) 11-108
RUSHING: (BO) Brody Armstrong 20-149, Matthew McCarty 22-136, Justin Clark 3-11; (BR) Cole Pritchard 23-255, Christopher 1-3, Elijah Morman 1-2.
PASSING: (BO) Armstrong 26-46-1—430; (BR) Mason McCormis 19-26-1—411.
RECEIVING: (BO) Tucker Jones 7-182, AJ Whatley 5-76, McCarty 6-72; (BR) David Kranz 5-157, Adam Santoyo 6-139, Christopher Pritchard 3-69.
RECORDS: Bowie 0-2; Bridgeport 1-1.
HENRIETTA 41, MILLSAP 7
MILLSAP – Garrett Blevins did damage with his arm and legs Friday, leading Henrietta to a convincing 41-7 victory against Millsap at Bulldog Stadium. Henrietta improves to 2-0 on the season with Millsap falling to 1-1.
Blevins rushed for 142 yards and two TDs on 19 carries and completed 8 of 14 passes for 114 yards and a score. Ty Deaton had two short TD runs, and Klein Essler returned a fumble for a score.
Millsap was held to just 189 total yards and turned the ball over three times.
Henrietta hosts rival Bowie, while Millsap welcomes Archer City to town next week.
Henrietta 42, Millsap 7
Henrietta 7 7 7 21 -42
Millsap 0 7 0 0 -7
H – Brady Lyde 30 pass from Garrett Blevins (Blevins kick), 2:03
M – Ryder Oliver 9 run (Noah Perricone kick), 5:14
H – Blevins 35 run (Blevins kick), 4:19
H – Ty Deaton 5 run (Blevins kick), 2:23
H – Klein Essler fumble return (Blevins kick), 10:20
H – Deaton 1 run (Blevins kick), 6:35
H – Blevins 4 run (Blevins kick), 0:54
First downs: (H) 19; (M) 17
Rushing: (H) 31-170; (M) 44-103
Passing: (H) 8-14-0—114; (M) 6-15-2—86
Punting: (H) 4-35.3; (M) 6-31
Fumbles: (H) 0-0; (M) 2-1
Penalties: (H) 5-65; (M) 6-50
RUSHING: (H) Garrett Blevins 19-142, Blaze Deaton 4-13, Ty Deaton 6-11; (M) Ryder Oliver 22-73, Reid Green 7-32, Kole Weaver 2-11.
PASSING: (H) Blevins 8-14-0—114; (M) C.R. Tippie 6-15-2—86.
RECEIVING: (H) Klien Essler 3-47, Brady Lyde 1-30, Jacob Fletcher 2-19; (M) Mason Burns 4-54, Tripp Moore 1-19, Carter Narim 1-13.
RECORDS: Henrietta 2-0; Millsap 1-1.
HOLLIDAY 41, JIM NED 19
TUSCOLA – Six different Holliday Eagles found the end zone Friday in a 41-19 rout of Jim Ned at Indian Stadium. The Eagles move to 2-0, while Jim Ned starts the season 0-2.
Holliday scored all of its points in the first half. Tyrese Polite, Parker Jones, Peyton Marchand and Landry Huchton had rushing TDs for the Eagles. Marchand was 8 of 10 passing for 167 yards and TD passes to Dallas Pecot and Tristyn Berry.
Jaxx Johnson led the Eagles in rushing with 40 yards on six carries.
Jim Ned had 341 total yards with most of that production coming in the second half. The Indians turned the ball over twice.
Holliday hosts Idalou next week.
FREDERICK 13, CITY VIEW 0
FREDERICK, Okla. – City View struggled to find traction on offense for the second straight week in a 13-0 loss to Frederick on Friday at the Bomber Bowl. The Mustangs are 0-2, while Frederick moves to 1-1.
Frederick had a short TD run in the first half, but both offenses struggled to finish drives in the end zone.
Stats have not been reported for this game.
City View is open next week.
NOCONA 28, QUANAH 6
NOCONA – Brady McCasland only completed six passes Friday, but three went for touchdowns in Nocona’s 28-6 victory against Quanah at Jack Crain Stadium. Nocona moves to 2-0 while Quanah falls to 0-2.
McCasland was just 6 of 17 passing but made it count for 122 yards, three TDs and one interception. McCasland also led Nocona in rushing with 74 yards.
Nocona held just a 272-223 advantage in total yards, but three lost fumbles haunted Quanah.
Quarterback Michael Garza led Quanah with 104 rushing on 17 carries. He also completed 8 of 10 passes for 69 yards, including a TD pass to Cy Jones.
Quanah hosts Petrolia, and Nocona visits Electra next week.
Nocona 28, Quanah 6
Quanah 0 0 0 6 -6
Nocona 6 14 8 0 -28
N – Bodie Davis 61 yard pass from Brady McCasland (kick failed), 1:47
N – Davis 14 yard pass from McCasland (McCasland run), 0:37
N – Charlie Fuller fumble recovery (kick failed), 0:23
N – Luke Fulle 20 pass from McCasland (McCasland run), 6:07
Q - Cy Jones from Michael Garza (run failed), 5:11
First downs: (Q) 12; (N) 14
Rushing: (Q) 39-154; (N) 38-150
Passing: (Q) 8-10-0—69; (N) 6-17-1—122
Punting: (Q) 2-36.5; (N) 3-35.3
Fumbles: (Q) 3-3; (N) 0-0
Penalties: (Q) 7-73; (N) 5-45
RUSHING: (Q) Michael Garza 17-104, Jason Sanchez 14-37, Aiden Cerna 3-14; (N) Brady McCasland 12-74, Arturo Garcia 10-49, Jonathan Stone 8-27.
PASSING: (Q) Michael Garza 8-10-0—69; (N) McCasland 6-17-1—122.
RECEIVING: (Q) Cy Jones 4-39, Aiden Cerna 4-30; (N) Bodie Davis 4-93, Luke Fuller 1-20, Michael Wetmore 1-9.
RECORDS: Quanah 0-2; Nocona 2-0.
ARCHER CITY 34, ANSON 17
ARCHER CITY – Freshman Joe Castles threw for four touchdowns in a second consecutive game, leading Archer City to a 34-17 victory against Anson on Friday at Wildcat Stadium. Archer City improves to 2-0 with the win.
The Wildcats led 28-3 before Anson added a couple fourth quarter touchdowns.
Castles four TDs went to four different receivers with Kade Stovall, Elijah Jackson, McKinnen Beaver and Chance Warren each finding the end zone. Jackson also had a rushing TD.
Full stats for this game have not been reported.
Archer City hits the road for the first time this season next week, visiting Millsap.
MEMPHIS 32, ELECTRA 6
MEMPHIS – Electra found the end zone late but not until Memphis had a 32-6 victory well in hand Friday at George Berry Memorial Stadium. Memphis is now 2-0, while Electra falls to 0-2.
Austin Callis scored Electra’s only touchdown in the fourth quarter, catching a TD pass from Logan Davis. Callis caught all four of Davis’ completions for 53 yards. David led the Tigers in rushing with 34 yards.
Electra hosts Nocona next week.
SEYMOUR 29, LINDSAY 20
LINDSAY – Seymour made a statement on the road Friday night, handing Lindsay a 29-20 loss at Knight Stadium. The Panthers move to 2-0 with Lindsay falling to 0-2.
Stats for this game have not been reported.
Seymour continues to step up the competition, hosting Albany next week.
MUNDAY 58, ABILENE-TLCA 30
MUNDAY – Munday led by 50 points at halftime Friday, cruising to a 58-30 victory against Abilene-TLCA at Scruggs Field. The Moguls are 2-0 with TLCA dropping to 0-2.
Stats for this game have not been reported.
Munday plays Morton in a neutral site matchup at Tenaha next week.
NEWCASTLE 49, WOODSON 0
NEWCASTLE – Ty Strawbridge threw for three touchdowns and ran for another, leading Newcastle to a mercy-rule victory, 49-0, against Woodson on Friday at Bobcat Field. Newcastle sits at 2-0 after the win with Woodson dropping to 1-1.
Strawbridge finished with 147 passing yards and 81 rushing. Isaac King had a hand in five TDs, rushing for 97 yards and two TDS, passing for 60 and a score and catching two passes for 85 yards and two TDs. Kenny Jones added 91 rushing yards with two scores.
The game ended early in the third quarter via the 45-point mercy rule.
Newcastle tries to stay undefeated with a visit to Azle Christian next week.
KNOX CITY 60, MOTLEY COUNTY 12
MATADOR – Knox City exploded for 30 points in the third quarter, executing the 45-point mercy rule in a 60-12 victory against Motley County on Friday at Titus Stadium. Knox City is 2-0 with Motley County moving to 0-2.
Motley County was held to just 75 yards in the loss. Knox City had 183 yards, including 157 rushing.
Caleb Arrieta led the Greyhounds with 113 yards on 11 carries.
Knox City gets a big challenge next week against undefeated May, considered by many as a favorite to win the Class A Division I state title.
Knox City 60, Motley County 12
Knox City 14 16 30 X -60
Motley County 6 6 0 X -12
First downs: (KC) 11; (MC) 9
Rushing: (KC) 24-157; (MC) 25-43
Passing: (KC) 2-6-1—26; (MC) 6-8-0—32
Fumbles: (KC) 1-0; (MC) 3-2
Penalties: (KC) 5-55; (MC) 4-45
RUSHING: (KC) Caleb Arrieta 11-113, Tristin Baxter 12-38; Devin Guillory 1-6 (MC) Jason Richards 6-34, Kadyn Roys 17-6, Tylan Martin 1-5.
PASSING: (KC) Bryson Callaway 2-5-0—26; (MC) Roys 6-8-0—32.
RECEIVING: (MC) Ryan Shaver 1-17, Guillory 1-9; (MC) Aidon Fisk 2-15, Richards 3-14, Colter Fisk 1-3.
RECORDS: Knox City 2-0; Motley County 0-2.
WCS 35, FORESTBURG 13
Nate Otto scored four touchdowns, and the Wichita Christian defense was stout in a 35-13 victory against Forestburg on Friday at Boys & Girls Club Field. Both teams are 1-1 on the season.
Otto rushed for 137 yards and three TDs and returned a kickoff 45 yards for a score. He also had an 80-yard interception return TD that was called back for holding.
Sam Delizio stood out on defense for the Stars with 13 tackles.
OTHER SIX-MAN SCORES
(No stats reported.)
Benjamin 76, Wildorado 0
Cherokee 65, Gold-Burg 19
Loraine 56, Crowell 8
Throckmorton 36, Roscoe Highland 24
Blanket 40, Bryson 12
This article originally appeared on Wichita Falls Times Record News: Krum-Burkburnett, Vernon-Gainesville 2022 high school football scores