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October 29, 2012

McKinney North pulls away from Greenville Lions




Cumby 8

  CUMBY — Maud handed the Cumby Trojans a 38-8 loss in District 10-A football on Friday night at Frazier-Lawrence Field.

  Luke Sartin passed 15 yards to Brandon Jones for Cumby’s only touchdown.

  Sartin was 3-of-11 passing for 24 yards.

  Jones led the Trojan rushers with 54 yards on nine carries and caught two passes for 18 yards.

  Maud’s defense limited the Trojans to 101 total yards.

Cody Anderson and Brandon Gomez recovered fumbles to spark the Cumby defense.

  Cumby is now 3-6 for the season and 0-3 in district play.

  Maud is 4-4 and 2-0.

Farmersville 40,

Caddo Mills 26

  FARMERSVILLE — On a cold and windy Friday night the Caddo Mills Foxes fell 40-26 to the Farmersville Farmers in District 6-2A football.

  Caddo Mills outgained Farmersville 403-257 in yardage but could not overcome a host of fumbles, penalties and big plays by the Farmers.

  The Foxes fumbled on their first play, setting Farmersville up at the Caddo Mills 40. Farmersville quarterback Chris Stanley ran for two yards and then hit J’Tyus Clark with a 37-yard sideline pass to the 1-yard line. Sophomore Darren Pennington burst through for his first of three touchdowns on the night. Jesus Elizondo added the PAT to give Farmersville an early 7-0 lead.

  A tough Farmersville defense to go with a fumble and a penalty forced a short Fox punt, giving the Farmers the ball again inside the Caddo Mills 40-yard line. Stanley went for the long bomb but Fox Damian Newby intercepted at the Caddo Mills 5-yard line.

  Again, the Foxes could not move the ball and were forced to punt. Farmersville’s J.D. Davis blocked the punt and Andrew Simons picked up the loose ball and returned it to the Caddo Mills 20-yard line.

  The Caddo Mills defense and held the Farmers at the 4-yard line.

Caddo Mills then went on a 96-yard, 12-play drive that ended with a Hayden Greene dive over the middle for the TD. A penalty forced a second PAT attempt which went wide.

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