District 7-2A Division I: Week 4 Report

Hico 9, Thrall 7 — Heavy rain forced this one to an early conclusion, but not before coach Randy Thornton’s Tigers (1-2) notched their first win of the year. 

Trailing 7-3, Hico took the lead before the break with a 34-yard TD run from Luc Hyles, who finished with 102 yards on the night.

The Tigers have a difficult test up next with a home game against 3-1 Early.

San Saba 47, Snook 6 — At 4-0, the San Saba Armadillos have already notched their highest victory total since 2012 and their best start in 24 years. 

Up next for the Dillos: Unbeaten Ingram (4-0).

Tolar  48, Goldthwaite 0 — Tolar (2-2) piled up 453 yards in total offense during a rough night for Goldthwaite. 

The Eagles (1-3) were limited to just 86 yards in total offense and seven first downs.

Trendon Morin

Comanche 36, De Leon 0 — Kade Mercer rushed for 175 yards and two scores to lead Comanche to a stunning win over highly regarded De Leon. 

The Indians ran for 388 yards as a team, with Ricardo Sanchez, Zach Rodriguez and Trendon Morin also contributing rushing TDs.

Both clubs enter this week at 2-2.

Holland 35, Crawford 14 — A costly interception in the final seconds of the first half resulted in a 103-yard return for a touchdown by Zane Spinn and a 20-7 halftime lead for Holland. 

Crawford ever recovered from the disastrous 14-point swing and saw its record slip to 2-2.

Valley Mills 37, Hubbard 13 — After an 0-2 start that saw them fall to two teams that are still undefeated (Clifton and Santo), the Eagles of Valley Mills (2-2) are starting to show some life. 

Friday, they handed Hubbard its first defeat of the year behind a defense that limited HHS to 37 total yards in the first half.  

Valley Mills’ Spencer Eccleston led the way with 116 yards and three TDs on just 16 carrries. 

 

 

 

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