BULLARD — Bullard Brook Hill quarterback Will Weathers looked like he would run away with the game Friday night after the opening drive.
However, Fort Worth Trinity Valley’s quarterback Austin Henyon’s passing played a much bigger part in the Trojans’ 37-28 win over the Guard at Herrington Field.
On the first play from scrimmage, Weathers busted through the line and rambled 54 yards down to the Trojans' 21. He then busted off another 18 yard run to put the Guard on the Trojan three. Ross Lee capped the drive on the third play, a 3-yard touchdown.
Henyon began his aerial assault shortly after, connecting with receiver Thomas Kutzler for a 22-yard touchdown, then Colton Schultz for a five yard touchdown.
Henyon finished with 414 yards, on 20 of 41 passing to go with the five touchdown passes. Hudson led all receivers with 192 yards on eight catches.
Brook Hill’s Austin Langemeier led the Guard offense hauling in six catches for 111 yards and the score.
Kicker Kenneth McIntyre capped the first quarter scoring, connecting on a 36-yard field goal with 1:56 remaining.
Brook Hill started the second quarter much the same as the game, this time on a 23-yard touchdown by Lee with 11:02 remaining.
Henyon struck again, connecting this time with Brandon Hudson for a 53-yard strike and again with Kutzler for a 23-yard touchdown.
Langemeier outjumped defenders in the end zone on a 17-yard pass from Weathers with 2:57 remaining to cut the Trojan lead to 30-21 just before halftime.
Brook Hill fell to 1-3 and will host Troup next Friday. Trinity Valley improved to 3-1 and will enjoy a bye week before hosting Arlington Oakridge Sept. 30.