ARGYLE — Argyle scored 35 points in the first quarter on the way to a 62-7 win over Chapel Hill on Friday night at Eagle Stadium.
University of Houston baseball commit Bo Hogeboom accounted for five touchdowns for Argyle. Hogeboom was 12 of 21 through the air for 166 yards and four scores, and he had a 2-yard touchdown run.
Argyle had 419 yards in the first half, leading 49-0 at the break.
Tito Bryce put Argyle on the board early with a 5-yard run. He also had an 81-yard scoring run in the opening quarter.
Bryce finished with 190 yards on 16 carries.
Hogeboom connected with Cole Kirkpatrick (48 yards) and Baylor baseball commit Alex Gonzalez (20 yards) for touchdowns, and he added his touchdown run in the first quarter.
Hogeboom threw touchdown passes of 20 and 3 yards to Cade Merka and Kirkpatrick, respectively, in the second quarter.
Luke Farris and Knox Scoggins added touchdown runs for the Eagles (3-0).
Farris rushed for 125 yards on 15 carries.
Argyle had 637 total yards, including 396 rushing.
Chapel Hill’s lone touchdown came in the fourth quarter on an 11-yard pass from Kobe Coker to Decorian Wofford. Coker was 9 of 34 for 100 yards with a touchdown and an interception.
The Bulldogs finished with 12 rushing yards on nine carries.
Freshman Ilonzo McGregor had four catches for 55 yards for Chapel Hill, and freshman Tyson Berry had two grabs for 25 yards and 12 yards rushing.
Chapel Hill (1-2) will host Bullard on Sept. 20.