High school football scores from Week 1 in the Texomaland region and up-to-date standings across North Texas and Southern Oklahoma for Aug. 28-29, with schedules included for the upcoming weekend of Sept. 4-6:
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WHITESBORO — Sherman opened the Champion’s Bracket with a win against Howe, 25-9, 21-25, 25-17, and a loss to Gunter, 20-25, 25-20, 25-16, for a spot in the third-place game.
KAUFMAN — Demarrius Farr scored a pair of touchdowns as Gainesville opened the season with a non-district win against Kaufman on Friday night.
BELLS — The Panthers opened a new era under head coach Scott Ponder but Era spoiled his debut with a 53-35 victory against Bells on Friday night in the season-opener for both teams.
NEVADA — A heavy rain and lightning storm ended the season-opener between Leonard and Nevada Community before it started on Friday.
QUINLAN — In a game that pitted Panther vs. Panther, the Van Alstyne football team started the season off with a 28-7 victory over Quinlan Ford at Hobart Lytal Memorial Stadium Friday night.
POTTSBORO — Much like opening night last season, Pottsboro head coach Matt Poe kept Aubrey on its heels by using an unorthodox combination of position players in a 34-3 non-district win on Friday night.
BONHAM — Anthony Hawthorne and Stratton Carroll each recorded touchdowns in the first half, and the Bulldogs’ defense did the rest as they shut out Bonham, 14-0, on Friday night at Warrior Stadium.
WHITESBORO — It was back and forth all game but the Anna Coyotes were able to pull off a 20-17 double overtime win in their opener on Friday thanks to a 28-yard kick from Kaleb Loftin at Bearcat Stadium.
SADLER — It was hard to tell which was shinier Friday night — S&S Consolidated’s new home bleachers, or sophomore quarterback Devin Orr.