Darrian Hammonds rushed for 92 of his 122 yards in the second half and scored two touchdowns as Arlington Seguin defeated Waxahachie 30-14 in a District 14-5A game Thursday at Wilemon Field.
On fourth-and-1 early in the third quarter, Hammonds scored on a 62-yard run that put the Cougars (5-3, 3-2 14-5A) up 20-0.
Waxahachie (1-7, 0-5) scored twice to cut it to a six-point game just before the third quarter ended. Keontrey Jackson caught a 24-yard pass from Max McCulloch with 8:48 left in the quarter, and the Indians added a 10-yard scoring run by Eris Miles with 29 seconds left in the third.
Hammonds’ second touchdown came from 1 yard out early in the fourth quarter to put the Cougars back up by two scores.
Jalen Morton finished with 126 yards on 5-of-8 passing, and he ran for 82 yards, including a 3-yard score, in the first quarter to give Arlington Seguin the early lead.
The Cougars went up 14 after Hammonds threw a half-back pass to Zach Mohammado for a 13-yard touchdown with seconds left in the first quarter.
Arlington Seguin forced four turnovers on defense. Malik Barnes, Aluaye Igietsu and Rontavion Hickson had interceptions while Lester Jackson recovered a fumble to seal the victory.
Mohammado finished with four catches for 108 yards as the Cougars outgained the Indians 433-304.