ROSCOE â€” Roscoe trailed just 6-0 after one quarter against Mundayâ€™s heavily-favored Moguls, providing some hope for the Plowboy fans who showed up for the schoolâ€™s homecoming.
However, Munday dashed those hopes by finding the end zone six times over the next two periods en route to a 55-6 victory.
The only solace for Ros-coe fans was that the Plow-boys (0-5) avoided a shutout on Eduardo Gallegosâ€™ 61-yard touchdown run with 4:42 to play.
Gallegos led Roscoe with 72 yards on 13 carries, but Munday had too much fire-power as the Moguls (4-1) out-gained the Plowboys 461-137 despite running 18 fewer plays. Roddrick Taylor led Mundayâ€™s rushers with 140 yards and two TDs, while quarterback Dee Paul accounted for a total of 182 yards and three scores.
It was the final non-dis-trict game for the Plowboys, who get an open date this week. Roscoe starts District 7-A play by hosting Hamlin on Oct. 7.
Roscoeâ€™s defense was led by Chris Deleon, who recov-ered two Munday fumbles. The Plowboysâ€™ leading tack-lers were Mathew Cuellar and Dillon Freeman with five apiece.
Highland defeats Blackwell
Highlandâ€™s Hornets (2-3) got their second win of 2011 with a 62-12 victory against Nolan County rival Black-well on Friday. Blackwell is now 0-5. Both teams are at home this Friday. Complete game information will run later this week.