Little Elm was 5-0 for the first time in school history, playing their homecoming game against Denton Braswell.
The 3rd quarter was nuts -- Braswell quarterback Keegan Byrd scored on a 9-yard run to give his team a 35-21 lead.
Little Elm responded with a touchdown pass from their quarterback John Mateer - and not just *any* touchdown pass, he executed the ""jump pass.""
The Bengals scored on their next drive on a 35-yard touchdown run by Jaylon Burton. Jaylon Burton -- remember that name.
On Little Elm's next drive, Mateer had no one to hand off to ... so he took it himself, and he took it all the way - 53 yards to the house. Mateer had 199 rushing yards in this game.
But he was overshadowed by Jaylon Burton, and listen to these stats: 48 rushing attempts for 363 yards. He was unstoppable!
But so was Little Elm's offense. Mateer threw to a wide-open Josh Joseph. That's a one-play, 85-yard drive, and we're STILL in the 3rd quarter!!
Burton scored another touchdown in the fourth and finished the night with 6, to go with his 363 rushing yards. Braswell gets a huge win, 63-42 over Little Elm.