Cameron Yoe beats Daingerfield in 2A, Division I
ARLINGTON — Keaton Denio rushed for 163 yards and a touchdown, as Cameron Yoe won its second state football title by beating Daingerfield 38-20 Friday in the Class 2A, Division I championship at Cowboys Stadium.
Jason Kopriva threw touchdown passes of 9 and and 14 yards, helping the Yoemen (15-0) to a 280 lead in the first half.
Denio gave Yoe a 210 lead on a 31-yard run late in the first quarter after Kopriva opened the scoring with a 9-yard TD pass to Zach Felts.
Yoe’s fourth touchdown of the opening half came on a pass from Kopriva to Colton Sheffield.Felts also had a third-quarter scoring run for Yoe.
Kopriva finished 19-of29 passing for 171 yards.
Edwin Mims threw for 205 yards and two touchdowns for Daingerfield (12-4), which was seeking its fifth state title in the past six seasons.
Cameron Yoe won the Class 3A title in 1981. Munday 42,Tenaha 14 Stamford 35, Mart 28
East Bernard 56, Corsicana Mildred 14 Cameron Yoe 38, Daingerfield 20 Navasota 39, Gilmer 3 Lancaster vs. Cedar Park, late
Georgetown (15-0) vs. Denton
Class 3A, Division II: Navasota 39, Gilmer 3: Austin Collins had 160 total yards and three touchdowns and Navasota used a swarming defense to overwhelm Gilmer 393 in the Class 3A Division II championship game Friday.
Collins had an 82-yard scoring run and touchdown catches of 52 and 4 yards, and Jordan Wells had 10 tackles, including six for losses, on a defense that held Gilmer to 162 total yards.
Navasota (16-0) won its first state championship in its second title game appearance.
Navasota lost to Southlake Carroll in Class 3A in 1988.
Gilmer (13-2) actually led 3-0 on a 29-yard field goal by Pablin Olivares in the first quarter.
But Collins scored on the 52-yard completion from Kadarius Baker less than two minutes later to put Navasota in front for good.
Gilmer was seeking its third state title since 2004. Thursday-Saturday Cowboys Stadium, Arlington FSSW
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