strolled past Farmersville
last week with points to spare, taking the game 42 - 26. 42 seems to be a good number for Mt. Vernon as the team scooped up a win with the same point total the game before.
Farmersville had a mediocre defensive performance in the first half, giving up 35 points. That left it at a 35 - 6 disadvantage. Even after 20 points in the second half, the team couldn't make up the lost ground.
Despite the defeat, Farmersville won't want to forget the exciting 85-yard TD scramble from senior Thomas Mayes in the fourth quarter.
The loss brought Farmersville down to 6-3. The win put an added shine on Mt. Vernon's spotless record, now 10-0.
The Farmersville squad is out to improve its record as its season nears the end. Farmersville will look to defend its home turf against Grand Saline this Friday at 7:30 PM.
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