JACKSONVILLE -- Indians quarterback Cam High threw two touchdown passes and ran in another score Friday in Jacksonville's 28-13 win against Hallsville at the Tomato Bowl.

High's scores gave the Indians (2-1) a 21-6 edge into the fourth quarter. His defense never gave up a touchdown.

Hallsville (0-3) got its sole touchdown with less than 10 minutes to play by way of a scoop-and-score. High fumbled.

Alan Acuna made up the rest of the Bobcats' scoring with field goals of 38 and 22 yards.

Devin Henry and Ashton Melton found the end zone, respectively, through the air on 48 and 11-yard throws from High in the first half.

High ran in from three yards for a 21-3 halftime lead.

Deahvion Spencer scored from 44 yards away in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach.

Hallsville will host Nacogdoches next Friday while Jacksonville travels to Mount Pleasant.