Central took advantage of two big plays and Lumberton couldn't take advantage of multiple trips deep into Jaguars' territory, so Central prevailed 16-6 in a District 22-5A contest at Raider Stadium on Friday night. Central raced out to a 16-0 lead within the first 15 minutes of the game, getting a 52-yard touchdown on a fumble return by Brandarius Howard to open the scoring and a 71-yard breakaway run from Michael Corbin on a third-and-one situation early in the second quarter.
Vidor used a balanced rushing attack and a quick flurry of early fourth-quarter points to pull away from Lumberton for a 40-21 District 22-5A win at Raider Stadium on Friday night. WHAT HAPPENEDLumberton twice answered Vidor scores to enter the fourth quarter tied at 14, but Vidor's Zack Dahlenburg scored on a 3-yard plunge on the first play of the fourth quarter, and that was quickly followed by a defensive score and an onside kick recovery that opened another scoring drive.
Port Arthur Memorial used three touchdowns from quarterback Keitha Jones to overcome a sluggish start and a weather delay to put away Lumberton for a 31-19 win in District 22-5A action at Memorial Stadium in Port Arthur.
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