Brook Hill's Chase McDermott snags a pass during a 21-14 overtime win against Troup in Monday's 7-on-7 football action at Bullard's Panther Stadium. (Christopher Vinn,

BULLARD -- Eight teams played a total of eight games in Monday's weekly 7-on-7 football league in Bullard, and half of those games went to overtime.

Jacksonville, Bullard, and Bullard Brook Hill each went 2-0 for the top performances of the evening.

Brook Hill started the night with a 21-14 overtime win against Troup. Quarterback Grant Hanks hit Seth Brasher for a one-yard touchdown in overtime, which forces each team to start each series from the 15-yard line instead of the usual 45-yard line, for the decisive score.

Troup's Marquis Davis sprints for a 33-yard touchdown reception during a 21-14 overtime loss to Bullard Brook Hill on Monday in 7-on-7 football action at Bullard's Panther Stadium. (Christopher Vinn,

Brasher caught five passes for 88 yards and two touchdowns, while Chase McDermott snagged five passes for 69 yards. Quarterback Zac Wilson completed 10 of 13 passes for 122 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception, while Hanks completed 4 of 7 throws for 58 yards and the game-winning score. Gabe Lucio caught three passes for 23 yards and a touchdown.

Troup quarterback Blake Lynch, who holds offers from Baylor and Mississippi State, completed 5 of 12 passes for 90 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception. Marquis Davis was the recipient of one of those touchdown throws, covering 33 yards on his catch-and-run score.

Bullard's Zach Eschberger throws a pass while warming up for 7-on-7 football action Monday at Bullard's Panther Stadium. (Christopher Vinn,

Brook Hill won a second overtime game 20-14 against Tyler T.K. Gorman, which pushed Bullard to overtime in the final game of the day. The Panthers got a 15-yard touchdown strike from Connor Mebane to Zach Eschberger on their first play of the second overtime series for the victory.

Mebane completed 14 of 21 passes for 146 yards and three touchdowns, all of which went to Eschberger, who caught four passes for 47 yards. T.K. Gorman quarterback Tristan Saint completed 11 of his first 13 passes before Bullard's defense stiffened. He finished 12-for-26 for 97 yards and two scores, which went to Josh Regal (7) and Dominique Jasso (29).

Bullard started its evening with a defense-oriented 7-0 victory against Troup.

Jacksonville's Carter McCown throws a pass during a 21-14 overtime win against Arp in Monday's 7-on-7 football action at Bullard's Panther Stadium. (Christopher Vinn,

Jacksonville quarterback Carter McCown threw eight touchdown passes in the Indians' two wins: a 35-14 victory against Frankston and a 21-14 overtime decision against Arp, which quickly recovered to notch a 14-7 win against Tyler Grace.

McCown hit Trent Sansom, Claude Franklin, and Tony Lane for a touchdown apiece against Arp, with Lane's coming for the win in overtime. Arp quarterback Chase Bonner threw touchdown strikes to Justin Johnson and Thomas Reese.

Frankston bounced back from its 21-point loss to Jacksonville to beat Grace 21-14 in the next-to-last game of the evening.



Bullard 7-on-7 Football League Results from Monday

Panther Stadium, Bullard

  • Jacksonville 35, Frankston 14
  • Bullard Brook Hill 21, Troup 14 (OT)
  • Bullard 7, Troup 0
  • Jacksonville 21, Arp 14 (OT)
  • Arp 14, Tyler Grace 7
  • Bullard Brook Hill 20, Tyler T.K. Gorman 14 (OT)
  • Frankston 21, Tyler Grace 14
  • Bullard 20, Tyler T.K. Gorman 14 (OT)


NOTE: Games are 20 minutes with a running clock. All regulation touchdowns count as seven points. In overtime, each team gets a chance to score. If the game is still tied, the second set of series requires two-point tries after touchdowns.

Tyler T.K. Gorman's Tristan Saint drops back to pass during a 20-14 overtime loss to Bullard in Monday's 7-on-7 football action at Bullard's Panther Stadium. (Christopher Vinn,