McKINNEY – Jacksboro brought a potent ground attack that proved to be lethal Friday night against the Harmony Eagles.

With a host of contributors on the ground, Jacksboro built an early lead that couldn’t be reversed in a 42-26 win over Harmony at Ron Poe Field in McKinney in a Class 3A Division II, Region II area-around playoff contest.

Jacksboro moved to 11-1 on the season and will face New Diana (9-3) next. Harmony’s season ended at 11-1.

Caleb Keith had three touchdown runs, totaling 150 of Jacksboro’s 375-yard night on the ground. Hunter Jackson notched two scores on a 76-yard night and Hunter Hackley added a 25-yard scamper for the Tigers.

For Harmony, Barrett Hill finished with 101 yards on 18 carries and a touchdown. Caden Swink had 76 yards and scoring scampers of 12 and 43 yards.

Quarterback Spencer Seahorn accounted for 180 of Harmony’s yards on the night, rushing for 75 and passing for 94, including a short touchdown pass to Collin Jones.

Jacksboro raced to a 14-0 lead that expanded to 21-0 before Harmony got on the board in the second quarter. That score, Swink’s first, was countered with a run from Keith, giving Jacksboro a 28-6 lead at intermission.

The Tigers tacked on another to open the third quarter for a 29-point advantage.

Harmony rallied with 14 unanswered points spanning into the final stanza before a final score from Jacksboro iced the second-round contest.