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HOOKS, Texas — Paul Pewitt grounded out 385 yards, with two runners topping 100 yards each, to lead the Brahmas to the 29-14 win over the host Hornets.

Pewitt stays unbeaten at 2-0 while Hooks tumbles to 1-1.

The Brahmas were led by La-Jathan Allen, who rushed for 166 yards, and Cross Holder, who added 111 to spark the assault. Pewitt had 0 yards passing.

Allen carried the ball 19 times and scored two touchdowns on runs of 13 and 28 yards. His TDs came in the first and fourth quarter.

Holder gained his yardage on 12 carries. The quarterback scored runs of 3 and 1 yards and added a 2-point conversion run.

The Brahmas built a 15-0 halftime lead before the Hornets cut it to 15-8 after three quarters. Pewitt scored two touchdowns in the final period to close out the win.

Hooks had 221 yards total offense, with 113 coming on the ground and 108 in the air. The Hornets turned the ball over twice, once on interception and once on fumble.

Mason Vasquez scored Hooks' first touchdown on a 14-yard run and he passed to T.J. Rigsby for the 2-point conversion. The Hornets second score was a 5-yard run by Davarious Clark, with the extra-point kick blocked.


Clarksville 24, Linden-Kildare 14

CLARKSVILLE, Texas — Linden-Kildare pulled ahead just before halftime, but Clarksville answered with a last-second score to close the first half and closed the game on a 12-0 run.

Nick Kunze caught a 10-yard strike from Mason Johnson for L-K, and Nate Holoway also had a 9-yard TD run.

Linden-Kildare rolled up 311 yards of total offense, including 174 on 39 rushes.

Clarksville's Kwaya Scales, who ran for three TDs and tossed the fourth, was 19-of-31 passing for 343 yards.


Harleton 40, James Bowie 8

SIMMS, Texas — Duncan Hammond scored on a 4-yard run  and Gabe Brantley punched in the 2-point conversion to give James Bowie a brief 8-7 lead early in the second quarter before Harleton scored 33 unanswered points.

Harleton finished with 323 yards of rushing, and the Pirates had 219 yards on the ground.

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