Against Farmersville Friday night, Rains made it into the end zone only once out of five red zone visits, resulting in a 21-7 win for Farmersville.
The first four red zone attempts were halted by penalties and fumbles.
Farmersville scored a touchdown in each of the first three periods, beginning with Farmer Jaelon Clark’s 11-yard touchdown run. Reyes Oziel made good on the PAT.
On the first play of the second quarter, J’Tyus Clark ran under an 80-yard pass from Chris Stanley to score, and Oziel’s kick was good, making it 14-0 at the half.
J’Tyus Clark scored again, this time on a 19-yard touchdown pass from Stanley, with 4:40 left in the third.
Rains picked up its lone score in the fourth quarter with 10:21 on the clock. Markell Spigner raced around left end seven yards to score. Spigner’s touchdown was set up when Dillon Gossett picked up a Farmer fumble at the seven.
J’Tyus Clark had five receptions for 188 yards and two touchdowns. Stanley was 5-of-19 for 307 yards passing.
Farmersville had 334 total yards of offense.
Spigner led the way for the Wildcats with 17 carries for 132 yards, with the team getting 311 total yards of offense. Penalties accumulated for both teams, with 85 yards for Rains, and 75 for Farmersville.
Rains is 0-3, and will play Edgewood at Edgewood this Friday.
Farmersville is now 2-1. — Reported by Trey Hill.