Two Texas Teams Score 70+, Both Against “Bulldogs”

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Canyon Eagles Score 71 and the Santa Anna Mountaineers Scored 74 Points!

There was an offensive explosion across the State of Texas in week 2 of this football season.

Several games caught our attention on the scoreboard. (Click here to see the final scores across Texas)

The Godley Wildcats put up 61 points against the Mineral Wells Rams.  The Bang Dragons blanked the Florance Buffaloes, 55-0.  The Calallen Wildcats won a 56-35 shootout against the Jourandton Indians.  Several teams scored over 60 points in their wins, including the Strawn Greyhounds, Gladewater Bears, Archer City Wildcats, Panhandle Panthers, Bryson Cowboys, Canyon Lake Hawks, Rochelle Hornets, Kingdom Prep Warriors, the Holland Hornets, and a few other teams.  However, two teams stood out on the scoreboard.


The Eagles of Canyon and the Mountaineers of Santa Anna both scored over 70 points!

The Canyon Eagles played the Burkburnett Bulldogs on Friday in Burkburnett, Texas.  The Bulldogs put up 22 points in the first half.  If you score 22 in a half, you expect that you will be up. However, the Eagles put up 44 in the first half.  Canyon put up another 20 in the third and 7 in the fourth, to reach 71 points.  Burkburnett was only able to manage 6 points in the second half.

Final Score: Canyon Eagles 71 / Burkburnett Bulldogs 28


If you thought 71 points was impressive, the Santa Anna Mountaineers put up 74 points!

The Santa Anna Mountaineers hosted the Moran Bulldogs (tough night for teams named “Bulldogs).  The Mountaineers put up 42 points in the first half, followed up with 32 in the second half.  The Bulldogs did put up an impressive 29 first-half points, but were only able to add 6 more the rest of the game.

Final Score: Santa Anna Mountaineers 74 / Moran Bulldogs 35


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