KILLEEN -- Trailing by two touchdowns wasn't a problem for the Central High School football team as quarterback Maverick McIvor accounted for six touchdowns in a wild 52-42 nondistrict win Thursday night at Leo Buckley Stadium. McIvor threw for four TDs, ran for one and had his first TD reception of the year on a pass from wide receiver Henry Teeter. Jesse Scott had two TD receptions for Central (4-0) and he ran for one as well.
During the Brent Davis era, the Central High School Bobcats have always had a "next man up" mentality, and that's really been evident in the team's defensive performance early on in 2017. After losing all but one defensive starter from last year's 12-1 regional semifinalist team, the Bobcats have been putting up some mind-bogglin statistics through the first three games. Central (3-0) has allowed a total of just 78 yards rushing while outscoring its opponents by a combined score of 45 to 14.6.
Taking care of the football hadn't been a problem for the Angelo State University football team heading into Saturday's Lone Star Conference opener against Tarleton State. Things sure can change in a hurry. The Texans took advantage of five turnovers, including two fumble recoveries for touchdowns, en route to a 30-24 win at LeGrand Stadium at 1st Community Credit Union Field. "That was something that plagued us last season," ASU head coach Will Wagner said of the turnovers.
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