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Plano PCA 42, Gilmer 12



The Gilmer Buckeyes’ road trip to TAPPS (Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools) member Prestonwood Christian Academy proved to be a less than an enjoyable trip to Plano for the orange-and-black faithful, as the Bucks fell to 1-1 on the young season after a 42-12 loss to the host Lions.

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CARROLLTON — The first quarter was a defensive struggle. For the Gilmer Buckeyes, the rest of the game was a struggle, period.

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PLANO — The Plano Prestonwood Christian Academy Lions rode a volcanic 29-point second quarter to devour the Gilmer Buckeyes, 42-12, Friday night.

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Prestonwood Christian (Plano, Texas) grabbed a lead in the second quarter and rode that momentum to a 42-12 win over Gilmer (Texas).

Read more: MaxPreps- Game recap: Prestonwood Christian picks up early lead in victory over Gilmer

CARROLLTON — Prestonwood Christian Academy senior Grayson Warren ran roughshod over the Gilmer Buckeye defense and the Lions rode a 29-point second quarter to a 42-12 victory over Gilmer Friday night at Prestonwood Lions Stadium.

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Read more: Prestonwood Christian Academy Athletics Winning Weekend - By: Prestonwood Christian Academy Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Chris Cunningham

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Video: Highlights - Gilmer Buckeyes at Plano Prestonwood Christian Academy Lions

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