Sherman 51, Wichita Falls 26
Nathan Omayebu tallied four touchdowns on 100 yards rushing, leading the Bearcats to a win on the road. Junior signal-caller Blaise Bentsen performed well in the contest also, completing 15 passes for 186 yards and rushing for 117 more with two total touchdowns.
The Coyotes finish their season with a 2-8 record, a slight improvement however from 1-9 finishes in the last two seasons. Sherman closes out the regular season next week at home against rival Denison.
District 3-4A DII
Graham 63, Vernon 12
The Steers ran roughshod over the visiting Lions in their home finale, led by Tucker Horn’s four passing touchdowns to go along with 356 yards on 20 completions. Horn also added a score on the ground, while Chase Gilmore tallied 133 yards rushing with four scores. Vernon quarterback Brysan Garrard completed 14 passes for 140 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the Lions effort.
Graham travels to Iowa Park next week, while Vernon hosts Krum in their regular season finale.
District 1-3A DII
Childress 61, Amarillo Highland Park 0
The Bobcats air raid was too much for the visiting Hornets, as three different passers tallied touchdowns in Childress’ rout. Junior passer Luke Latimer led the way with four touchdowns to go along with 157 yards on eight completions, while Hunter Dowse and Joe Dan Gambol each tallied a passing score. Rounding out the scoring was a rushing touchdown by Kaden Hunter, who also tallied 76 yards on the ground.
The Bobcats travel to Spearman for a contest before starting the playoffs. Highland Park closes out the season with a home match against Dimmitt.
District 5-3A DII
Nocona 45, Henrietta 34
The Indians shook up the standings last week, moving up to third with a surprising win on the road against a decent Henrietta team. Jeremy James had himself a game under center, tossing three touchdowns and 254 yards on 19 completions; all three scores were completed to Riley McCasland to go along with his 139 yards on six catches.
Nocona will seek to solidify their third place spot this week when they play host to Millsap. Henrietta will look to rebound on the road against the City View Mustangs.
District 6-2A DI
Bells 36, Collinsville 22
Bells moved to third place in district with one week to go, knocking Collinsville down to the last playoff spot in the process. Bryan Ponder completed 21 passes for 251 yards and a pair of touchdowns, but the biggest scoring machine for the Panthers came on the ground; Eli Strickland tallied three scores to go along with 137 yards rushing.
Bells closes out the season on the road in Tom Bean, while Collinsville will host the Trenton Tigers.
District 7-2A DII
Munday 49, Petrolia 14
Omar Nunez completed five passes for 167 yards and three touchdowns, guiding the Moguls to a win in their home finale. Three different rushers also tallied a touchdown, Nunez (along with 119 yards), Trever Swearengin and Willie Dockins to go along with 57 and 49 yards, respectively. The Mogul defense held Petrolia to just 67 passing yards on the night, but both teams finished with 264 total rushing yards.
Munday has a district title wrapped up, and will travel to Quanah to close out the regular season. Petrolia currently occupies the last playoff spot, and will host Haskell in their regular season finale.
District 4-1A DI
Knox City 80, Spur 30
Sophomore Abraham Nevarez stole the show Friday night, passing for 307 yards and rushing for 78 more with six total touchdowns in the Greyhounds win. Pablo Sandoval, Wesson Ham and Brady Hawkins also reached paydirt on the ground, and Hawkins hauled in three of Nevarez’s touchdown tosses to go along with 226 yards receiving.
KC closes out the season on the road against Paducah, while Spur battles with the Rotan Yellowhammers at home.
District 15-1A DI
Ladonia Fannindel 54, Fruitvale 41
Freshman Dayton Dunbar dazzled in the Falcons win Friday, rushing for 151 yards and five touchdowns on 21 carries; however the leader in rushing yards on the night was senior Tyrek Cuba, who tallied a pair of scores to go along with 179 yards. Layne Miller completed five passes for 111 yards and a touchdown for Fannindel as well.
The Falcons now occupy the second and last playoff spot in the district, but Savoy still has one game left, and trails by one win. Fannindel finishes the regular season 6-4 with a 3-1 district mark.
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