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Wellman-Union
7:30 p.m.
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Trinity Christian
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Class 2A-1A high school football roundup: Moore's fourth-quarter TDs lift Wildcats over Mules

Class 1A

Posted: November 10, 2012 - 1:38am
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MULESHOE — Littlefield running back Da’Madrick Moore scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter, helping the Wildcats beat Muleshoe 51-42 Friday night in a thrilling battle for the District 1-2A, Division I championship.

Both teams are now 8-2 overall, but Littlefield finished 5-0 in district while the Mules finished 4-1 in district.

Both teams also rolled up more than 450 yards in total offense in the high-scoring game.

It also featured nine turnovers. Littlefield intercepted five Muleshoe passes, while fumbling the ball away three times.

Littlefield’s Cruzito Lovato carried 30 times for 181 yards and a touchdown, and Moore had 117 yards on 11 carries.

The Wildcats survived a four-TD game from Muleshoe’s Caleb Wood, who scored on runs of 8, 1, 21 and 8 yards. Wood carried 21 times for 204 yards. He also threw touchdown passes of 59 yards to Ray Martinez and 57 yards to Austin Ross.

LITTLEFIELD 51 MULESHOE 42

Littlefield 6 25 7 13 — 51

Muleshoe 14 7 14 7 — 42

First Quarter

MUL — Wood 8 run (Elizalde kick); 8:18

LIT — Mathis 36 run (kick failed); 5:32

MUL Wood 1 run (Elizalde kick); 4:10

Second Quarter

LIT — Mathis 1 run (2pt failed); 10:28

MUL — Wood 21 run (Elizalde kick); 9:56

LIT — Cabelo 65 interception return (kick failed); 7:12

LIT — Rucker 30 run (Mathis kick); 3:37

LIT — Rogers 65 pass from Rucker (kick failed); 0:51

Third Quarter

MUL — Wood 8 run (Elizalde kick); 6:47

LIT — Lovato 7 run (Mathis kick); 2:16

MUL — Martinez 59 pass from Wood (Elizalde kick); 1:09

Fourth Quarter

LIT — Moore 25 run (Mathis kick) 8:39

MUL — Ross 57 pass from Wood (Elizalde kick) 7:34

LIT — Moore 4 run (kick blocked) 1:58

TEAM STATISTICS

LIT MUL

First downs 22 18

Rushes-yards NA-382 NA-276

Passing yards 78 222

Comp.-att.-int. 3-4-0 8-17-5

Punts-avg. 1-58 0-0

Fumbles-lost 3-3 1-1

Penalties-yards 3-15 3-19

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING: Littlefield, Lovato 30-181, Moore 11-117, Mathis 9-58; Muleshoe, Wood 21-204, Baca 12-66.

PASSING: Littlefield, Rucker 3-4-0—78; Muleshoe, Wood 7-15-5—163.

RECEIVING: Littlefield, Rogers 1-65; Muleshoe, Ross 2-76, Martinez 2-64.

Brownfield 45

Denver City 44

DENVER CITY — Brownfield needed every one of quarterback Sha’Colby Hill’s six touchdowns to edge Denver City.

Hill ran in four Cubs touchdowns, including a 4-yard run in the fourth quarter, and threw two touchdowns.

The Cubs moved to 5-5 and 4-1 in District 2-2A Division I while the Mustangs fell to 6-4 and 3-2 in district.

Quarterback Clancy David led the Mustangs’ offense, completing 19 of 31 passes for 381 yards for five touchdowns.

David’s 25-yard touchdown pass to Keyshawn Hawkins with 4:20 left in the game moved the Mustangs close, but they came up short after missing the conversion.

Both teams had already clinched playoff berths before Friday.

Slaton 39, Kermit 35

KERMIT — Brandon Stone scored the last of his three touchdowns with 28 seconds left in the game to lead Slaton past host Kermit, 39-35, in a District 2-2A, Division I shootout Friday night.

Slaton is now 5-5 overall and 2-3 in District, while Kermit fell to 2-8 and 1-4 in District.

Both teams amassed more than 460 yards in total offense while lighting up Kermit’s scoreboard with more than one touchdown in each quarter.

Kermit jumped out to a 14-0 lead before Slaton’s Bryce Whaley sprinted 62 yards for his team’s first score.

Stone ran it in from 15 yards in the second quarter and 17 yards in the third quarter.

Slaton entered the fourth quarter trailing 28-26 before Slaton’s Quaylon McDaniel scored from 52 yards out to give the Tigers the lead with 7:45 left in the game.

Kermit answered to take the lead back with 3:32 left before Stone’s game-winning run from the 3-yard line.

Whaley and Stone each ran for more than 100 yards.

SLATON 39, KERMIT 35

Slaton 6 12 8 13 — 39

Kermit 14 0 14 7 — 35

First Quarter

KER — Jonathan Garza 1 run (Nathan Ornelas kick) 6:29

KER — Austin Williamson 47 run (Ornelas kick) 2:01

SLA — Bryce Whaley 62 run (kick failed) 1:39

Second Quarter

SLA — Toby Perez 9 run (kick failed) 4:34

SLA — Brandon Stone 15 run (kick failed) 1:06

Third Quarter

KER — B.J. Thompson 8 run (Xavier Quiroz pass from Williamson good) 7:01

SLA — Stone 17 run (Stone run good) 4:17

KER — Williamson 41 run (kick failed) 1:13

Fourth Quarter

SLA — Quaylon McDaniel 52 run (kick failed) 7:45

KER — Garza 4 run (Ornelas kick good) 3:32

SLA — Stone 3 run (Jorge Simenpal kick) 0:28

TEAM STATISTICS

SLA KER

First downs 17 22

Rushes-yards 38-383 55-397

Passing yards 79 72

Comp.-att.-int. 7-15-0 5-11-1

Punts-avg. 1-32 1-15

Fumbles-lost 1-1 1-0

Penalties-yards 8-62 10-87

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING: Slaton — Bryce Whaley 13-157 1 TD, Brandon Stone 12-110, 3 TD; Kermit — Austin Williamson 22-170 2 TD, Jonathan Garza 14-116, 2 TD.

PASSING: Slaton — Bryce Whaley 7-15-0—79 yards; Kermit — Austin Williamson 5-11-0—72 yards.

RECEIVING: Slaton — Travon Richardson 6-58, Toby Perez 1-21; Kermit — Jonathan Garza 2-35, Sergio Guardiola 1-21.

Class 1A

Sudan 49, Morton 6

MORTON — Bill Nolte ran for two touchdowns and caught a pair of passes from two more, helping Sudan race past Morton 49-6 in a District 3-1A contest on Friday night.

Nolte scored the first touchdownn of the game on a 62-yard run with 6:03 left to play in the first quarter. He later hauled in a 42-yard pass from Dayton Fisher for a touchdown at the 8:12 mark in the second quarter, before scoring on a 13-yard run with 6:28 left to play in the third quarter, which staked the Hornets (8-2, 3-1) to a 42-6 advantage at that point.

Richard Montez intercepted a pass by Mookie Ross and returned it 62 yards for a touchdown at the 4-minute mark in the first quarter. Cesar Medrano then booted the second of his six extra-point kicks through the uprights, putting the Hornets up 14-0.

Morton (3-7, 7-0) got on the scoreboard in the second quarter when Ross ran into the endzone from 13 yards out with 7:02 left to play before intermission.

Nolte hauled in a 24-yard touchdown pass from Jake Chester with 2:36 remaining in the third quarter, fore Sudan closed out the scoring with an 11-yard touchdown run by Adam Martin with 9:36 left to play in the game.

SUDAN 49, MORTON 6

Sudan 14 14 14 7 — 49

Morton 0 6 0 0 — 6

First Quarter

SUD—Bill Nolte 62 run (Cesar Medrano kick); 6:03

SUD—Richard Montez 62 INT return (Medrano kick); 4:00

Second Quarter

SUD—Nolte 41 pass from Dayton Fisher (Medrano kick); 8:12

MOR—Mookie Ross 13 run (pass failed); 7:02

SUD—Nolte 13 run (Medrano kick); 6:28

Third Quarter

SUD—Tanner Fisher 20 pass from Jake Chester (Medrano kick); 7:35

SUD—Nolte 24 pass from Jake Chester (Medrano kick); 2:36

Fourth Quarter

SUD—Adam Martin 11 run (Medrano kick); 9:46

TEAM STATISTICS

SUD MOR

First downs 19 9

Rushes-yards 30-257 25-72

Passing yards 189 46

Comp.-att.-int. 8-16-0 7-18-4

Punts-avg. 1-35.0 3-36.0

Fumbles-lost 1-1 1-0

Penalties-yards 22-182 11-87

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING: Sudan, Richard Montez 9-93, Bill Nolte 5-87; Morton, Mookie Ross 20-48, Javiee Nava 3-12.

PASSING: Sudan, Jake Chester 6-12-0—132, Dayton Fisher 2-4-0—57; Morton, Mookie Ross 7-16-3—46, Adam Soliz 0-2-1—0.

RECEIVING: Sudan, Bill Nolte 4-89, Dayton Fisher 2-68; Morton, Joe Luis Hernandez 2-26, Jaview Nava 3-25.

Sundown 22

New Deal 0

NEW DEAL — Kyler Marshall three for two touchdowns as Sundown shut out New Deal Friday night in a District 2-1A, Division II game.

The Roughnecks are now 8-2 overall and 3-1 in District. New Deal fell to 6-4 overall, but is also 3-1 in District.

Sundown rolled up 221 yards in total offense while holding their hosts to 95 yards.

SUNDOWN 22, NEW DEAL 0

Sundown 0 7 7 8 — 22

New Deal 0 0 0 0 — 0

Note: No scoring plays were included with these results emailed to the A-J.

TEAM STATISTICS

SUN ND

First downs 9 9

Rushes-yards 49-159 29-55

Passing yards 62 40

Comp.-att.-int. 4-8-0 5-11-0

Punts-avg. 4-34 4-20

Fumbles-lost 4-2 2-1

Penalties-yards 4-40 9-80

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING: Sundown — Edward Torrez 27-60, Chance Hinson 1-22, Maurice Sanchec 6-18; New Deal — Demetrius Jackson 17-44, LaDareon Hunter 6-15.

PASSING: Sundown — Kyler Marshall 4-8—62, 2 TD; New Deal — Kyler Bean 5-11—40.

RECEIVING: Sundown — Martin O’Canas 2-32, 1 TD. Maurice Sanchec 1-5, 1 TD. Michael Serna 1-25; New Deal — Braxton Agnew 3-28. Aaron Mares 1-12.

Ralls 35, Smyer 6

RALLS — Ralls jumped out to a 35-6 advantage in the second quarter en route to a 41-6 victory against Smyer in a District 4-1A contest on Friday night.

Jonathan Van Gundy paced the Jackrabbits (7-3, 4-1) with 193 yards on 20 carries, while Xavier Lozano led Smyer (1-9, 1-4) on the ground with 64 rushing yards.

Fernando Zavala completed three passes, including two that went for touchdowns, for the Bobcats.

RALLS 41, SMYER 6

Smyer 6 0 0 0 — 6

Ralls 21 14 6 0 — 41

TEAM STATISTICS

SMY RAL

First downs 27 19

Rushes-yards 47-200 37-269

Passing yards 24 28

Comp.-att.-int. 3-7-0 3-3-0

Punts-avg. 3-37 0-0

Fumbles-lost 4-1 3-2

Penalties-yards 12-75 6-45

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING: Smyer, Xavier Lozano 8-64; Ralls, Jonathan Van Gundy 20-193, Fernando Zavala 6-15

PASSING: Smyer, Bobby Joe Boggs 3-3 — 24 ; Ralls, Fernando Zavala 3-3— 28, 2 TD

RECEIVING: Smyer, Marcos Diaz 1-26; Ralls, Kaleb Reese 2-21

Springlake-Earth 28,

Bovina 7

BOVINA — Elder Rojas’ two touchdown runs helped lead Springlake-Earth to a 28-7 win over Bovina Friday, clinching the District 3-1A Division II championship.

The Wolverines moved to 8-2 and 3-1 in District while the Mustangs fell to 4-6 and 2-2 in District.

Rojas rushed for 90 yards, including scoring runs of 7 and 2 yards respectively.

John Yannis and Andy Garcia each tagged on a touchdown for the Wolverines on short runs.

Joseph Casaf earned the Mustangs’ lone touchdown with a 23-yard run at near the end of the second quarter.

SPRINGLAKE-EARTH 28, BOVINA 7

Springlake-Earth 7 7 7 7 — 28

Bovina 0 7 0 0 — 7

First Quarter

S-E — John Yannis 1 run (Elder Rojas kick); 4:28

Second Quarter

S-E — Rojas 7 run (Rojas kick); 3:01

BOV — Joseph Casaf 23 run (Abel Rocha kick); 0:36

Third Quarter

S-E — Rojas 2 run (Rojas kick); 2:26

Fourth Quarter

S-E — Andy Garcia 2 run (Rojas kick); 7:28

TEAM STATISTICS

S-E BOV

First downs 21 14

Rushes-yards 49-265 42-148

Passing yards 33 16

Comp.-att.-int. 3-5-0 2-9-1

Punts-avg. 4-34 3-35

Fumbles-lost 2-2 3-2

Penalties-yards 4-50 5-40

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING: Springlake-Earth, Rojas 15-90, 2 TD, Nathan Garcia 18-27; Bovina, Casaf 19-84, 1 TD

PASSING: Springlake-Earth, Yannis 3-5-0—33; Bovina, Casaf 2-9-1—16, 1 TD

RECEIVING: Springlake-Earth, Will Green 3-33; Bovina, Rocha 2-16

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