Bullard Brook Hill QB Grant Hanks. (Christopher R. Vinn, ETSN.fm)

BULLARD -- Grant Hanks passed for five touchdowns, four of them to Seth Brasher, in Bullard Brook Hill's 45-35 win over Frisco Legacy Christian at Herrington Stadium on Friday night.

Hanks completed 20 of 29 attempts for 290 yards, while Brasher came down with seven receptions for 135 yards, including touchdown catches of 13, 28, 8 and 29 yards. Hanks connected with nine different Guard receivers.

Brook Hill (5-2, 4-1 in TAPPS Division II, District 2), which won its second consecutive game, totaled 391 yards of offense on the night. Running back Gabe Lucio rushed for 106 yards on 16 carries.

The Guard and Frisco Legacy (3-5, 0-5) combined for 41 second-quarter points as Brook Hill entered halftime with a 28-20 lead.

Bullard Brook Hill WR Seth Brasher. (Christopher R. Vinn, ETSN.fm)

Hanks' 29-yard touchdown pass to Brasher on Brook Hill's first possession of the second half extended the advantage to 35-20, where it remained until Frisco Legacy's touchdown early in the fourth that once again trimmed the Guard's lead to eight points.

Brook Hill finished off the game after that by scoring on consecutive possessions -- a 24-yard field goal by Caleb Chadwell and Chris McClure's 2-yard touchdown run, which gave the Guard a 45-27 lead.

Frisco Legacy added a touchdowns and two-point conversion with 1:29 remaining, but Brook Hill was able to run out the remainder of the clock to secure the Guard's fourth district win in five games.

Brook Hill hits the road for the final time this regular season next Friday night at Carrollton Prince of Peace.