Jim Ned 28, Mason 19 — The Indians (4-0) passed their most difficult test of the early season in workmanlike fashion.
Trailing 6-0 early on, the Jim Ned gained a permanent upper hand with three straight touchdowns — the first of which came at the 0:16 mark of the first quarter on a 1-yard run by Riley Perry.
Perry added a 3-yard TD with 4:08 left in the half before a 65-yard punt return by Jamin Harwell put the Indians up by three scores with 9:07 left in the third quarter.
Perry scored his third touchdown of the evening on a 50-yard run with 3:38 left in the third quarter and finished with 118 yards rushing.
Wall 33, Sonora 0 — Chase Rios rushed for 121 yards and a score to lead a Wall rushing attack that accumulated 262 yards in a relatively easy win.
The Hawks took control early, building a 26-0 lead by the break and never looked back.
Drew Morrison led the defensive effort with a staggering 15 solo stops to go with five assists as the Hawks improved to 4-0.
Hamilton 47, Early 28 — HHS pounded out 260 yards rushing as a team with five touchdowns on the ground to hand Early (2-2) its second loss.
Brent Grooms led Early with 186 yards passing and two TDs and 118 yards rushing.
Early closed with 441 yards in total offense, but hurt itself with two fumbles.
Eastland 25, Childress 8 — The Mavericks were held to a season-low 317 yards in total offense, yet still managed a three-score win on the road.
Behren Morton was 17 of 31 for 216 yards and two scores to lead Eastland (4-0), which didn’t put the game away until two fourth-quarter TDs.
Morton had a hand in both — scoring on a 1-yard TD run and hitting Payton McClain with a 6-yard touchdown pass.
Brock 26, Breckenridge 7 — Leading 13-7 at the break against its top area rival, Brock locked the game up a 1-yard TD run by Logan Lightfoot and a 9-
yard scoring run from Kutter Wilson.
Both scores came in a 13-0 Brock third quarter as the Eagles improved to 3-1.
Breckenridge (0-4) was led Owen Woodward, who rushed for 174 yards and one score on 22 carries.