Lone Oak 29
WINNSBORO — On the chilliest night of the season so for, the Lone Oak Buffaloes could not heat things up, dropping their second district game of the season to the Winnsboro Red Raiders, 58-29.
Lone Oak received the opening kickoff and drove the ball well on their first possession. Quarterback Kyle Crow marched the team down to the 23-yard line and then found Ty Tolleson on a corner route for the touchdown and then went right back to him for the two-point conversion for the early 8-0 lead.
Tolleson rushed for 122 yards on 16 carries and all four Buffaloes touchdowns. Crow was 15-of-23 for 158 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. Winnsboro had 427 total yards of offense on the night, led by Tebbetts who accounted for 271 of those yards and three touchdowns.
Lone Oak, now 5-3 for the season and 2-2 in district, plays at home next against Grand Saline.
Winnsboro is now 5-3 and 4-0.
Quinlan Ford 27,
EMORY — The Quinlan Ford Panthers fenced in the home team Rains Wildcats Friday night, 27-0.
Quinlan, now 6-3, racked up 424 yards offensively and held Rains, 0-8, to 116 yards.
The Panthers got on the board for the first time with 1:29 left in the first period after a drive which included runs from James Silkey, Taylor Sikorsky and Weston McCluskey. Silkey ended up scoring from six yards out, and Sikorsky’s PAT was good, making it 7-0 to end the first quarter.
In the second quarter, Kaden Wallace salvaged a high snap, having to drop back 20 yards to nab it. While Rains defenders were closing in, he found Taylor Sikorsky open near the line of scrimmage and completed the pass; Sikorsky ran 40 yards to score and then added the two-point conversion, giving his team a 15-0 lead at half.
In the third period, Rains drove to the Quinlan 30 before being stopped.
The Panthers ended up scoring two more times, with James Silkey on a 61-yard TD run, and Mason Welch from three yards out.
Silkey had 12 rushes for 154 yards and two touchdowns.
Wallace was 1-for-2 for 40 yards and one touchdown.
Sikorsky rushed 16 times for 162 yards and got the two-point conversion, as well has getting the 40-yard touchdown reception.
Marquel Spigner rushed 10 times for 26 yards for Rains, and Jesse Hudson nine times for 24 yards.