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October 7, 2012

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GREENVILLE — Caddo Mills 36,

Sunnyvale 17

  CADDO MILLS — Daxx Hill ran for 174 yards om 22 carries and scored two touchdowns Friday night as Caddo Mills defeated Sunnyvale, 36-17, to stay undefeated in District 6-2A play.

  Caddo Mills improved to 2-4 overall and 2-0 in district, while Sunnyvale dropped to 5-1 and 1-1,

  The Foxes led 14-3 at halftime, after cashing in two of four first half turnovers by Sunnyvale to regain the lead for good.

  Trailing 3-0, Hayden Greene scored on a 1-yard run with 8:56 left in the second quarter, after Jordan Bicknell‘s first quarter interception — the first of three picks by Caddo Mills.

  Jacob Tillett then ran for a 15-yard score around the right end at 4:55 left in the in the first half to cash in the fumble recovery by Cody Munson. Hill’s second extra point made it 14-3 at halftime.

  Sunnyvale dominated the third quarter but neither team scored.

  Damian Newby had a 29-yard run, and Hill added scores of 11 and 49 yards, as Caddo Mills traded scores with Sunnyvale during the 36-point combined fourth quarter by the teams.

Boles 43,

Cumby 0

  QUINLAN — The Quinlan Boles Hornets ran their record to 4-1 with a 43-0 shutout win over the Cumby Trojans at Kevin Kiper Memorial Stadium Friday. Cumby fell to 3-3 with the loss.

  Ross Bostick, who rushed for 136 yards on 10 carries, scored on a 4-yard touchdown run with 9:35 left in the first quarter that put the Hornets in front 6-0.

  Ross Harris, who carried 10 times for 144 yards, rushed in for a Hornet touchdown with 1:59 left in the opening quarter and Cameron Walker ran in the two-point conversion to extend the Boles advantage.

  For Cumby Luke Sartin carried six times for 23 yards, while Cody Anderson carried eight times for 47 yards.

  Luke Sartin completed five of 11 for 114 yards for the Trojans.

McKinney North 35,

Royse City 21

  McKINNEY — Two early mistakes by Royse City made the difference in the ball game as the Bulldogs fell to McKinney North, 35-21, Friday night under windy conditions at Ron Poe Stadium.

  Royse City’s first turnover came on the first offensive play of the game when Jackson Watts threw an interception and Marc Bresnaham returned it 60 yards for a touchdown. Will Ashun’s extra-point kick was good to give McKinney North a 7-0 lead early in the game.

  Royse City fumbled the ball on the next possession, and McKinney North recovered it on the Royse City 27-yard line. It took five plays for McKinney North to score off a 3-yard Ben Dutze rush. The kick was good for a 14-0 McKinney North lead with 7:45 remaining in the first quarter.

  An 85-yard touchdown drive by McKinney North was capped by an 11-yard run by Dutze. Ashun’s kick was good to extend McKinney North’s lead early in the second quarter.

  Royse City finally got on the board with 5:27 left in the second quarter, driving 75 yards for their first score, a 2-yard touchdown run by Samuel Rushing. The kick was blocked, leaving the score at 21-6.

  McKinney North responded with a 79-yard drive that was topped by a 2-yard touchdown run by Dutze. The kick was good, extending McKinney North’s halftime lead to 28-6.


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