Stamford 48, Hamlin 6 — Kaston Vega rushed for 120 yards and three scores and Cle Whitfield rushed for 100 yards and another score to lead Stamford to a big win in the return of coach Wayne Hutchinson.
Stamford outgained Hamlin 417-110 while forcing the Pied Pipers into a pair of turnovers.
Hamlin was led by Ian Gruben who hit 14 of 21 passes for 82 yards. Hudson Smith added the lone TD for the Pied Pipers with a two-yard scoring run with 9:31 to play.
Clyde 40, Cisco 28 — Blake Carr threw for 319 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 97 yards and another score to lead Clyde to a win over Cisco.
The Bulldogs closed with 483 yards in total offense with senior receiver Daijon Booker accounting for 218 yards of it on seven receptions.
Clyde (1-0) will travel to Eastland (0-1) next week; Cisco (0-1) will play host to Wall (1-0).
Roscoe 42, Colorado City 0 — Roscoe used a dual-threat offense and a strong defensive effort to beat C-City in the opener for both teams.
Jace Arnwine threw for 258 yards and two scores and Ivan McCann rushed for 139 yards and two more touchdowns to lift the Plowboys, who limited C-City to only 107 yards in total offense.
Roscoe also won the turnover battle, 3-0.
Cross Plains 51, Winters 28 —Cross Plains used three fourth-quarter touchdowns to blow open a close game and win its opener.
Cross Plains produced 473 yards in total offense while limiting Winters to 188 and forcing three turnovers.
Dusty Wyatt topped the Buffaloes’ stat sheet with 182 yards rushing and two scores. Tyler Mackey was the top receiver with four catches for 93 yards and one score.
Seymour 40, Anson 14 — Brayden Loyd hit 17 of 23 passes for 324 yards and five touchdowns to lead Seymour to a win at Anson.
The Panthers also rushed for 62 yards and an additional score.
Anson (0-1) got most of its production on the ground, rushing for 222 yards as a team behind six different ball carriers.
Jim Ned 34, Hawley 12 — For a complete report on this game, please read Evan Ren’s game story.