High school football scores from Week 3 in the Texomaland region and up-to-date standings across North Texas and Southern Oklahoma for Sept. 11-12, with schedules included for the upcoming weekend of Sept. 18-20:
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ADDISON — The benchmark for a strong quarterback outing has been the 300-yard milestone. For Yellow Jacket signal-callers, the opportunity to get to that number had been rare up until recently.
Yes, the Sherman Bearcats met their third defeat in as many games Friday night. And yes, head coach Bill Patterson was disappointed in not winning his debut at Bearcat Stadium.
DURANT — Southeastern Oklahoma State and Arkansas-Monticello combined for 1,173 yards of total offense, but the fate of the game rested on the foot of Jake Walters, who connected on a 19-yard field goal as time expired to lift the Savage Storm to a 52-49 win in its home opener at Paul Laird Field on Saturday night.
MARSHALL — Despite racking up 520 yards of offense, Austin College came up short against East Texas Baptist, 43-27, on Saturday night.
TOM BEAN — Hunter Book’s two-point conversion following a touchdown run by Daniel Jackson in the final minute lifted Tom Bean to a 31-30 victory against Cooper in non-district action on Friday night.
HOWE — Trailing by 10 at halftime, Lindsay found a way to remain unbeaten behind running back Caleb Anderle’s three second-half touchdowns as the Knights handed Howe its first loss, 21-10, on Friday night.
GUNTER — Mikayla Watson had 24 kills, 11 digs and four blocks as Gunter defeated Whitesboro, 25-20, 25-15, 26-24, in the District 10-3A opener on Friday.
GAINESVILLE — Dylan Monck rushed for four touchdowns and caught a pass for another while picking up 104 yards to lead Leonard to a 49-6 non-district win over Alvord.
WHITEWRIGHT — Sophomore quarterback Kendall Shaw accounted for seven touchdowns, including scoring runs of 73 and 55 yards, as Whitewright celebrated homecoming with a 63-32 non-district win over Collinsville on Friday night.