PAMPA — Seth Dixon had 325 total yards and scored 6 touchdowns Friday to lead the Hereford Whitefaces past Pampa, 52-13, in a game that was delayed more than an hour by weather. Scoring three of the first four times he touched the ball — on runs of 21, 57 and 37 yards — Dixon staked the Herd to a 21-7 first-quarter lead as they improved to 3-0 to exceed their win total from each of the past two seasons and notch their first three-game winning streak since 2012.
BORGER — Scoring early, often and almost at will, the Hereford Whitefaces played rude guests Friday in running over host Borger, 42-7. Seth Dixon had a career night that included four touchdowns and quarterback Dodge DeLozier ran for two more as the Herd improved to 2-0 on the young season. The Bulldogs dropped to 1-1. Taking the opening kickoff, the Whitefaces used 4:42 to move 66 yards in 10 plays to start the stampede as Dixon went on from the 1 to cap the drive.
Dodge DeLozier threw three touchdown passes and Seth Dixon scored twice Friday to lead the Hereford Whitefaces to a season-opening, 35-27, win over Estacado at Whiteface Stadium. DeLozier connected with Elijah Ellis from 40-yards out and hit Shawn Escamilla with a 14-yard scoring pass, while Dixon hit paydirt on a 43-yard jaunt to stake the Herd (1-0) to a 21-14 halftime lead.
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