2014 Week 2 Games

Outlasted
GALENA PARK -- Kilgore has started the season 0-2, but is only three points away from being 2-0.
Eiland Fire
MABANK -- The Canton Eagles improved to 2-0 on the young season with a 46-17 rout of Mabank on Friday night.
Alba-Golden Recovers From Slow Start To Down Hawkins
ALBA -- The Panthers trailed 7-0 after the first quarter, but a 16-point outburst before the break allowed Alba-Golden to coast 37-13 late and notch win No. 2 of the 2014 season.
Dalton Wright scored three times on 14 carries and had 111 yards...
Frankston Tops Sabine, 29-23
FRANKSTON -- The Indians edged Sabine for a 29-23 win just six days after their season-opening win against Grand Saline.
The Ozzie Buckner-Kendrick Rogers connection wasn't as potent Friday. The quarterback and receiver duo connected five times for 48 yards...
Total Domination
GLADEWATER -- The Gladewater Bears hung 63 first-half points on Pittsburg, and cruised to a 77-14 rout of the Pirates on Friday night at Jack V. Murphy Stadium.
Eustace Falls to Sunnyvale
EUSTACE -- Sunnyvale closed the third quarter of its game against Eustace up 44-20 and coasted to a 51-40 win at Bulldog Stadium.
Hanging On
NEW BOSTON -- The New Boston Lions held off a second-half rally by recovering an onside kick with 1:40 remaining, sealing a 17-14 win Friday night.
Tiger Tale
BULLARD -- Cobe Caraway rushed for 185 yards and two touchdowns, leading the third-ranked Tenaha Tigers to a come-from-behind 21-15 victory over Bullard Brook Hill on Friday night at Herrington Stadium.
Tyler Lee Squanders Opportunities to Upend Class 5A No. 5 Lufkin
LUFKIN -- KeKe Coutee returned an 80-yard punt with 3:21 to go in the first half of a 43-19 Lufkin win against Tyler Lee.
The Red Raiders' special teams gaffe allowed the Panthers to open up a 26-19 lead after Lee climbed back from a worst-case scenario start, but it also gave Darrell Piske's team a …

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