Prep Football: Week 6 Final Analysis

Bryson Tatum (10) powers forward for a short gain during a District 9-5A-II game between the Indians and Whitehouse on Friday evening. Tatum, a junior, had six carries for 19 yards in the game.

WHITEHOUSE 25, JACKSONVILLE 13 — Jacksonville (1-4, 0-2) struggled offensively in its 25-13 loss to Whitehouse (3-2, 2-0) at the Historic Tomato Bowl. The Tribe could muster only 186 total yards, compared to the Wildcats' 335. Tribe running backs carried 20 times for just 55 yards. The Indians were 1-for-9 on third down conversion attempts. LaTrail Rivers had a 42-yard fumble recovery for touchdown for the Tribe.

 

PITTSBURG 20, RUSK 8 — Rusk led 8-6 at halftime, but it was all Pirates in the second half, as the home team was able to notch a 20-8 triumph. Rusk (0-6) has an open date this week.

 

GILMER 43, BULLARD 7 — Gilmer's offense generated 402 total yards and its defense held Bullard to 143 total yards for the game. The Buckeyes led 27-7 at halftime. The Panthers (1-5) took care of the football and had only one turnover, compared to four by Gilmer. Conner Carson caught a 5 yard scoring strike from Tristen Shewmake for the Panthers' lone touchdown.

 

HARMONY 44, TROUP 30 — Jordan Elliott threw three touchdown passes for Troup but it wasn't enough to net the visiting Tigers a win on Friday night. Harmony did most of its damage in the first half. The Eagles (2-3, 2-0) owned a 32-14 lead at intermission. Troup is now 1-4, 0-2.

 

BROOK HILL 50, WILLOW PARK-TCA 0 — Trinity Christian's struggles continued Friday night when Brook Hill (4-1) logged its second-consecutive shutout of the season in the Guard's final non-conference affair. Trinity Christian, has scored just eight points all year and is winless for the season. Brook Hill returns home to open conference play on Friday by entertaining Dallas Christian (5-0).

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