Lindsay’s Knights kept in the District 11-A playoff hunt for a playoff spot with a win over Saint Jo.

The visiting Knights put up 27 points in the first period to put the game away.

The Knights scored first as Ryan Haverkamp ran 38 yards for a touchdown, and Ross Jones kicked the extra point, to give the Knights a 7-0 lead.

The Knights scored again, four minutes later, as Neil Jones ran one yard for the touchdown. Jones kicked his second extra point and the Knights lead 14-0.

Dusty Reed then caught a 10 yard pass from quarterback Keith Hermes and Jones kicked the PAT to give the Knights a 21-0 lead.

Haverkamp scored his second TD of the first quarter as he caught a 14 yard pass from Hermes.

In the second period, Mason Ward got the Knights back on the board with a 33 yard run. Jones kicked the PAT and the Knights led 34-0.

Saint Jo finally got on the scoreboard as Austin Neely returned the kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown. Neely also kicked the extra point.

Lindsay scored again as Josh Mueller ran 33 yards for a touchdown.

Lindsay added a final touchdown as Dillon Ott scored from three-yards out. Jones kicked his final extra point and the Knights had their final lead.

For the game, Ott paced the Knights in tackles with 8, while John Block added 6 and Ward 4.

Collinsville 13, Muenster 6

The Pirates remained one game behind Valley View, in the District 11-A standings, as they downed Muenster, in a game played in Muenster.

Collinsville got on the scoreboard as Coby Ragsdale caught a 27 yard touchdown pass from quarterback Mitch Lawdermilk. The two point conversion run failed and the Pirates led 6-0.

The Hornets scored as Matt Flusche caught a 24 yard pass from Garrett Walterscheid to tie the score.

The Pirates pulled ahead for good as Ethan Williams scored on a 39 yard run, with 5:46 left in the third period.

Valley View 19, Era 6

The Eagles scored 13 points in the first quarter, and 6 in the fourth, to outdistance the Hornets in a District 11-A football game played in Valley View.

The Eagles got one rushing touchdown from quarterback Tyler Noland and one from running back Lance Williams.

Noland also threw one touchdown pass.

The Hornets got on the scoreboard as RJ Metzler scored on a short run in the fourth quarter.

Colleyville Covenant 34, Sacred Heart 21

Colleyville Covenant scored 15 points in the second period to help the Cougars down the Tigers.

The Tigers got on the scoreboard first as Sam Sparkman scored on a 14 yard pass from quarterback Nolan Hartman.

Hartman kicked the extra point to give the Tigers a 7-0 lead.

Covenant pulled to with 7-6 as Derek Meadows caught a 15 yard scoring pass from Dillon Hess.

The Tigers made it 14-6 as Joshua Yosten scored from 5 yards out and Hartman kicked his second PAT.

Covenant tied the game as Hess ran 8 yards for a score and the Cougars made the two point conversion.

Covenant scored again as Alex Brabon caught a 16 yard pass from Hess. Jackson Taylor kicked the extra point and the Cougars led 21-14.

Covenant scored again in the third quarter as Meadows caught a 15 yard pass from Hess.

Sacred Heart closed the bag as Colby Richey caught a 58 yards scoring pass from Hartman. Hartman’s extra point cut the Covenant lead to 28-21.

However, the Cougars struck again, with 1:14 left in the game as Brabon caught a 16 yard scoring pass from Hess

Whitesboro 50, Van Alstyne 14

The Bearcats rebounded from a tough loss to Frisco Wakeland to blast the Panthers, at Bearcat Stadium.

Whitesboro scored for as Justin Caffey scored on a 12 yard runs.

Caffey came back,. minutes later, to scored on an 18 yard run.

Bearcats’ quarterback Travis Labhart scored on a 14 yard run and then scored on a 2 yard run.

Caffey added a one yard scoring run, before the Panthers got on the board.

Van Alstyne scored as Jake Willingham ran 11 yards for a touchdown.

The Bearcats increased their lead as Caffey scored again on a 30 yard run and Ryne Gillum caught a 28 yard pass from Labhart

The Bearcats final score came on Jacob Williams’ 28 yard field goal.

Van Alstyne added a final TD as John Bowers caught a 22 yard pass from Willingham.

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