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Coming off a dramatic 59-48 win over the Round Rock Dragons (0-5), the Stony Point Tigers (3-3) put on another strong offensive showcase, dominating the Pflugerville Panthers (2-4) in a 49-13 win to move to 2-0 in District 13-6A play.The Tiger offense was led by senior QB Zach Rangel, who finished the night with 253 yards passing and 3 touchdowns, sophomore RB Kendall Thomas who ran for 131 yards and 2 touchdowns on just 8 carries, and added a 88 yard touchdown catch, and senior WR/TE Jaylen Williams who had 131 yards receiving and 3 touchdowns. Head coach Craig Chessher was very pleased with the strong offensive performance.

The Tiger offense was led by senior QB Zach Rangel, who finished the night with 253 yards passing and three touchdowns, sophomore RB Kendall Thomas who ran for 131 yards and two touchdowns on just eight carries and added an 88-yard touchdown catch. Senior WR/TE Jaylen Williams added 131 yards receiving and three touchdowns.

Head coach Craig Chessher was pleased with the strong offensive performance.

“Our offense was dynamite,” Chessher said. “We have a good combination at RB, and it’s been a blessing to be able to have Kendall play such a big role for us on offense. Williams has been a huge component for our offense and he’s been very consistent for us.”

Stony Point heavily controlled the game, scoring 35 points before Pflugerville could even get on the scoreboard. Three of those touchdowns were courtesy of Williams’ touchdown catches, the other two came from Thomas.

The Tiger offense outgained Pflugerville 546 yards to 283 yards, and the defense limited the Panther pass game to just six completions on 22 attempts for 107 yards. It was a strong overall performance for a Stony Point team tied atop District 13-6A standings with rival Cedar Ridge (5-1).

The secondary, led by senior DB Anthony Sims is ready for next week’s matchup.

“Tonight we had a great mentality and got a win, but we weren’t satisfied and still are not satisfied,” Sims said. “We’re hungry for wins and Cedar Ridge needs to be ready. We’re coming for them and are ready for it.”

Next week’s battle matches up the last 2 remaining unbeaten teams in District 13-6A and could have heavy playoff implications long term. The game will kick off at 7 p.m. at Dragon Stadium at Round Rock High School on Friday the 13th.

*Stony Point’s record sits at 5-1 currently, but due to a UIL ruling, their wins against Killeen and Killeen-Ellison are marked as forfeit losses which marks their record at 3-3.

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