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Football: Yellowjackets take down Tolar in overtime

By Richard Greene | Published Saturday, September 16, 2017
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Boyd prevailed over Tolar in overtime, 21-14, to bring their season record to 2-1.

The Yellowjackets scored the first two touchdowns in the first and second quarter on five-yard and 25-yard passes from Kody Risenhoover to Koby Miller.

In the second quarter Tolar started to catch up, beginning with a 10-yard touchdown pass from Bryan Morgan to Clayton Deavor. The kick following that touchdown was blocked, but Tolar followed up with another touchdown on a 75-yard punt return by Deavor. The Rattlers tried for two, but the attempt was no good.

A high snap on a Boyd punt ended in a safety with 3:40 left in the fourth quarter, tying the game.

Boyd won in overtime with a 25-yard touchdown pass from Risenhoover to Miller.

NORTHWEST 30, BYRON NELSON 14

The Northwest Texans closed out non-district play by beating rival Byron Nelson 30-14 at Northwest ISD Stadium.

Quarterback Prince Mavula scored on a 35-yard run with 2:32 left to put Byron Nelson away.

Mavula ran for 51 yards and two scores. He also threw for a touchdown, going 8-for-15 through the air for 97 yards.

A week after rushing for 381 yards, DeMareus Hosey ran for 133 yards. He scored on a 1-yard run early in the second quarter to give the Texans a lead they never relinquished.

Byron Nelson did pull within three early in the fourth, 17-14, before Mavula connected with Quentin Lee for a 30-yard touchdown to give the Texans a cushion.

The Texans will be off next week and will open 6-5A play Sept. 28 against Eaton.

GAINESVILLE 53, BRIDGEPORT 28

The Bridgeport Bulls suffered a setback at the hands of the Gainesville Leopards 53-28 at Leopard Stadium.

Gainesville opened the scoring at the 8:17 mark in the first quarter with a 3-yard run by Calion Baker and a PAT kick by Ivan Franco.

A couple of minutes later, the Bulls tied it up on a Christian Hand 1-yard run and a Colton Waters kick. That would be the final time in the game that Bridgeport would draw even with the Leopards.

The Baker boys – Calion and Brandon – would figure prominently in the rest of the Gainesville scoring with the exception of a 27-yard field goal.

The remaining Bull scores came on three Jadon Maddux touchdown passes – one to Andrew Horton for 17 yards, another to Michael Cole for 57 yards and a final one to Waters from 17 yards out.

Bridgeport actually outgained the Leopards with 447 yards (169 rushing and 278 passing) to Gainesville’s 415 total yards (325 rushing and 90 passing).

Maddux went 23-for-39 with two interceptions. Hand was the leading rusher for Bridgeport with 21 carries for 100 yards.

Bridgeport will try to break into the win column when they travel next week to Sanger.

VICTORY 59, BRYSON JV 39

Logan McNamara found the end zone four times and rushed for 215 yards in the Victory Christian Patriots’ 59-39 win over the Bryson JV Thursday.

Jackson Shriver added three touchdowns – one rushing and two receiving. Shriver scored on a 45-yard romp to the end zone.

The Patriots built a big lead before Bryson scored a pair of late touchdowns.

“The defense is really coming around,” said Victory coach Joe Berry. “Offensively, we’re figuring it out.”

Victory is off until Sept. 29 when it takes on Granbury Cornerstone at home for homecoming.

ERA 13, ALVORD 0

The Era Hornets shut out the Alvord Bulldogs 13-0 Friday.

The Bulldogs managed only 62 yards of offense against the Hornets, who also scored on an 80-yard fumble return in the second quarter.

Era added a 50-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter to put the game away.

Tanner Richey led the Bulldogs’ offense with 18 yards on six carries. Reece Silletti added 10 on seven rushes.

Quarterback Corbyn Cornell finished 5-for-15 for 25 yards through the air.

The Alvord defense played solid, picking off a pair of passes and netting four sacks. Silletti and Ruben Nigo had the two picks. Chase DeWeese finished with eight tackles and recovered a fumble.

SANTO 50, CHICO 7

Chico couldn’t find any footing on either side of the ball as Santo rolled to a 50-7 victory.

Santo’s offense completed several long plays for touchdowns in the first half – a 32-yard run by Destin Montelongo, another run by Montelongo for 81 yards, a 65-yard pass from Jonah Maston to Stone Tassione and a 27-yard run by Tassione. By the halftime Santo was up 29-0.

Chico managed to score just once, on a 32-yard run by Logan Ellis in the fourth quarter.

Chico gained 199 yards to Santo’s 456.

The Dragons fell to 1-2.

JACKSBORO 14, PARADISE 7

Paradise fell one touchdown short against Jacksboro, only managing to score once near the end of the fourth quarter.

Jacksboro scored with runs by Hunter Jackson in the first and third quarter.

Paradise’s Jace Essig found the end zone for the Panther’s lone touchdown with a 21-yard run with 4:16 left till the end of the game. Essig finished with 83 yards on 11 carries. Jacob Robinson had 82 on 12 runs.

The Panthers are 0-3.

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