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Lennard 36
Steinbrenner 0

The Longhorns' defense stifled the first-year Warriors and received a pair of rushing touchdowns from Tevin Abney in a key district game.

Lennard quarterback Fred Porter also accounted for two scores, rushing for one and connecting with DeMyco Winston for 30 yards.

The Longhorns are 3-5 and 2-4 in the district.

Leto 16
Middleton (OT) 13

The Falcons came back from a 13-3 halftime deficit to win on Luis Rodriguez's 25-yard field goal in overtime.

Leto went into the half trailing by 10, but Fred Timmons returned the second-half opening kickoff for a touchdown.

Running back Jeremy Deering ran for 115 yards in the win.

Ed Encina, Times staff writer

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