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Battling past the buzzer
Liberty went ahead by three points with 12. 1 seconds left before Dickenson extended the game with his trey. “We really haven’t been in this situation yet where we’re in a game that’s this close in the fourth quarter,” Liberty Christian coach Lance Burroughs said. “It was shocking and new, but it felt great.
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In his first start at quarterback, Kuehne was under constant pressure the entire night from a stout Falcon defensive unit, and finished 7-of-21 for 66 yards and one interception. “He just didn’t have a whole lot of time to throw,” Hundley said. “He did a fantastic job, but they have a lot of Division I football players over there and really brought it tonight.
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FORT WORTH — Three Denton-area teams picked up first-round wins to open the Whataburger Tournament, as Guyer blew past Richland 76-59, Ponder scraped by Liberty Christian 66-59 and Argyle edged Wall 44-37 on Wednesday.
Liberty wins on Baller’s kick
Rushing — LB: Jon Copeland 20-76, Kason Howell 13-58, Kade Johnson 8-40, Charles Christian 2-16, Logan Moonier 3-14, Luke Stine 1--17, NH: Rory Mitchell 16-95, Christopher Sedillo 3-45, Luke Macias 6-8.
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Warriors hold on for third straight win
The win was Liberty Christian’s third straight win in TAPPS 1-I and its second in a row by four points or less. “We scheduled the tough games for a reason, and that was to get us to this point in the season,” said Liberty Christian coach Barton Hundley, whose team started the year with four straight losses. “The guys have handled it unbelievably.
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Copeland finished the game completing 16 of 31 passing attempts for 214 yards and two touchdowns, along with a 1-yard touchdown run, in the first district game for Liberty Christian (0-4, 0-1 TAPPS District 1-I). “That’s just how he plays, and it means something,” Hundley said. “His teammates see that.
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Gilmer blows out Liberty Christian, 61-19
Rushing — GI: Kameryn Cuevas 7-57, Gary Orr 7-50, Rashaad Ward 2-43, Red Jones 1-24, Desmond Jones 2-12, Aaron Brown 4-11, Trendon Brooks 4-10, Jayden Hall 1-10, Jordan Johnson 1-9, Austin Flowers 1-4, Micah Memillian 1-1, Brett Rice 3--14, LB: Jon Copeland 13-28, Andre Washington 6-12, Logan Haire 7-10, Will Kuehne 4--14.