Guyer advances to the fourth round of playoffs


Guyer at AT&T Stadium
Aired live on KNTU Friday, Nov. 27, 2015
Final score — Denton Guyer 35 San Angelo Central 27
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ARLINGTON, Texas (KNTU) Myron Mason ran wild for Denton Guyer on Friday, Nov. 27, as the Wildcats defeated the San Angelo Central Bobcats 35-27 behind Mason’s three touchdown rushes.

Mason got the scoring started with a five-yard touchdown run with 5:52 left in the first quarter and then ran for a 45-yard touchdown two minutes later to give the Wildcats a 14-0 lead.

After Mason’s second touchdown, the Bobcats came roaring back. Dedrick Howard returned the kick-off 95 yards for the score, cutting the deficit to seven.

With a minute to play in the first quarter, Central’s quarterback Brennan Wooten connected with Will Grindstaff in the end zone from 41-yards away to tie the game at 14.

In the second quarter, Noah Cain broke free for a 73-yard touchdown to give Guyer a 21-14 lead with 6:49 left in the first half.

Late in the second quarter, Wooten found receiver Michael Brown for a 29-yard touchdown to tie the game up at 21 with 51 seconds left in the half.

After a scoreless third quarter, Guyer quarterback Shawn Robinson broke the tie on a 4th-and-goal play from the three-yard line to give the Wildcats a 28-21 lead with 6:27 left to play.

Guyer defensive back Dio Williams intercepted Wooten in the end zone to kill the ensuing Bobcat drive.

A little over a minute later, Mason found the end zone for the third time rushing for 75-yards to extend the lead to 35-21.

Wooten threw a touchdown pass to tight end Aaron Wooten, but the point after was no good making the score 35-27 with only 3:45 left in the game.

San Angelo heaved it to the end zone as time expired, but the pass was incomplete securing the win for the Wildcats.

Robinson was 4/11 for 30 yards and a touchdown through the air, while rushing for 98 yards on 13 carries.

Guyer will play next on Saturday, Dec. 5, at Southlake Carroll against the winner of the Mansfield vs. Arlington Lamar game.

The next Denton ISD game of the week had yet to be determined, but check and our Twitter and Facebook pages for updates.