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Video: Highlights - Gilmer Buckeyes @ Nevada Community Braves

Gilmer 61, Nevada Community 13

Gilmer game against Nevada Community in Nevada moved to Thursday night

Gilmer ISD Supt. Rick Albritton announced on Tuesday that the football game between the Gilmer Buckeyes and the Nevada Community Braves in Nevada has been moved from a Friday 7:30 p.m. kickoff as originally scheduled to a 7 p.m. Thursday kickoff time.
Heavy weather is forecast to have moved into Collin County by Friday night.

The freshman and junior varsity games against Community here will now begin at 4:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Wednesday.
Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Map and Directions to Nevada Community High School's Braves Field

Highlights - Bullard Panthers @ Gilmer Buckeyes

Gilmer 28, Bullard 21

Gilmer-Bullard game postponed to 4 p.m. Saturday

Video: Bullard Panthers @ Gilmer Buckeyes Postponed to Saturday, Oct 24, at 4 p.m.

Gilmer ISD Supt. Rick Albritton made the decision to postpone tonight's scheduled game between the Gilmer Buckeyes and the Bullard Panthers.

The game was supposed to kick off here at Jeff Traylor Stadium at 7:30 p.m. Friday night. However, lightning persisted along with steady and sometimes heavy rain until the decision was made at about 8:45 p.m. to postpone the game.

Kickoff is now slated for 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, at Jeff Traylor Stadium. Check this space to make sure that is still the case as gametime approaches on Saturday.

Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Gilmer Bullard game postponed to 4 p m Saturday

League Unbeatens Bullard + No. 2 Gilmer Square Off Friday

Gilmer’s Kelton Collier (21) extends the ball over the goal line for a touchdown during the Buckeyes’ 45-19 win at Canton on Oct. 16. (Ruel Felipe,

Read more: - League Unbeatens Bullard + No. 2 Gilmer Square Off Friday

Video: Highlights - Gilmer Buckeyes @ Canton Eagles

Gilmer 45, Canton 19

Video: Highlights - Melissa Cardinals @ Gilmer Buckeyes

Gilmer 60, Melissa 0

Read more: Gilmer Cruises to 22nd Consecutive Victory After Routing Melissa, 60-0

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Longview News-Journal - Gilmer Buckeyes annihilate Melissa, 60-0

Read more: Quarterback Spears helps Gilmer to a big 60-0 district win over Melissa

The Gilmer Buckeyes opened District 5-4A Division II play Friday night here with a 60-0 shutout of the Melissa Cardinals. 

It was 36-0 after one quarter and 60-0 at halftime and the clock ran continuously in the second half. 

The game marked the return of Gilmer speedster Lamarcus Morton, who caught two touchdown passes from Zac Spears in the first half. He missed the first half of the regular season due to injury. 

Gilmer (6-0, 1-0) travels to Canton (3-3, 1-0) on Friday night, Oct. 16. Gilmer has now won a school record 22 games in a row and 24 consecutive home games.

Box Score

Videos of Individual Plays:

Devin Smith's 30-Yard Touchdown in Gilmer-Melissa GameHD

Zac Spears' 45-Yard Touchdown Pass to Lamarcus Morton in Gilmer-Melissa GameHD


Gilmer v. Melissa Game Info & Notes


October 9-Melissa
STADIUM: Buckeye Stadium
North Bradford St.
Gilmer, TX 75644

Mascot: Cardinals
Colors: Red, Black & White
District: 5-4A DII
Enrollment: 529
2014 Record: 4-7 Overall 3-2 District
2015 Record: 1-4
        Week 1: lost @ Sanger 20-55
        Week 2: lost v. Paris 31-72
        Week 3: lost v. Argyle Liberty Christian 0-21
        Week 4: won @ Commerce 29-26
        Week 5: lost v. Celina 13-53
        Week 6: OPEN
Total Points For:  93 (Average Points For Per Game: 18.6)
Total Points Against: 227 (Average Points Against Per Game: 45.4)
Head Coach: Seth Stinton (7th season, 53-25, 53-25 overall)
Offensive Formation: Spread 
Defensive Formation: Multiple
Returning Starters: 10

Players to Watch:
#4-RB/S Jordan Fortner, Sr., 5-9, 165
#71-OT/DEJalen Carter, Sr., 6-3, 192
#66-DTDavid HendersonJr., 6-0200

Historical Stats, Records, and Program Information
MELISSA                                                         …