Holding onto a 21-7 lead early in the third quarter, Wichita Falls’ defense forced a fumble and recovered inside its own 20-yard line. The Coyotes then marched 81 plays, capped by a 35-yard touchdown pass from Zach Williams to Jordan Hatton for a 28-7 lead. Wichita Falls walked away with a 40-21 victory over Cleburne.
Key players: Cleburne’s defense didn’t have an answer for Wichita Falls receiver Jordan Hatton, who hauled in five catches for 144 yards and three touchdowns.
Key stat: Wichita Falls quarterback Zach Williams averaged more than 20 yards per completion.
Records: Wichita Falls 1-1, Cleburne 0-2