2016 Week 4 Games

'Dawgs Day
CARTHAGE -- During the middle of a season, it's hard to please football coaches. Carthage's Scott Surratt was irritated by his team's inability to run the ball in last week's win.
Problem solved.
Carthage junior running back Keaontay Ingram rushed for a career-high 215 yards and three touchdowns, sett…
Malakoff Erupts
MALAKOFF -- The Tigers scored 22 unanswered points to close a big first half against Tyler Grace Community in what ultimately became a 46-14 win Friday at Tiger Stadium in non-district competition.
The game was a 7-7 contest through a quarter of play.
Nice Comeback
WHITE OAK -- The Roughnecks overcame a 12-point deficit early in the third quarter against Daingerfield and remained unbeaten Friday with a 43-36 win.
White Oak quarterback Heath Hood accounted for five of his team's touchdowns in the game, three through the air and two on th…
Still Unbeaten
HENDERSON -- The Lions held Pine Tree off the board until inside the game's final five minutes and cruised to a 41-7 win Friday.
GLADEWATER -- The Gladewater Bears flexed their defensive muscles by limiting Chapel Hill to minus-43 yards in a 30-0 rout Friday night at Jack V. Murphy Bear Stadium.
Gladewater (3-0) shut down the Chapel Hill (1-3) running game to the tune of negative-71 yards on 20 rushing attempts...
Nac Is Back
HALLSVILLE -- Nacogdoches running back Phillip Jones scored three times from long range Friday to help get the Dragons past Hallsville at Bobcat Stadium.
All of Jones' scores came from beyond the Hallsville 35-yard line and he finished the game with 280 yards in the 35-14 victory...
Win No. 1
MARSHALL -- Cam Haller rushed for 150 yards and three touchdowns to help Marshall pick up its first victory of the season, 40-0 over Corsicana at Maverick Stadium on Friday night.
Marshall (1-3) limited Corsicana (1-3) to 164 yards of total offense and forced five turnovers, one of which was a fumble…
Comeback Kids
HOOKS -- Tradarian Craver ran for two fourth-quarter touchdown to lead the Hughes Springs Mustangs to a 14-13 victory over Hooks on Friday night.
Hughes Springs (3-1) trailed 13-0 entering the fourth, but Craver got the Mustangs on the board with a 15-yard touchdown run and two-point conversion with …
Spoiled Homecoming
TEXARKANA—Atlanta spoiled Liberty-Eylau’s homecoming and overcame late first-half hiccups to beat the Leopards, 31-26, Friday at Harris Field.
Layton Henson scored on a 7-yard run early in the fourth quarter after Nick Washington’s interception set up the Rabbits…

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