Fort Sumner 59, Carrizozo 0
Records: Fort Sumner 7-1, Carrizozo 2-6
Difference: Fort Sumner limited Carrizozo to 75 yards while improving to 2-0 in district.
Difference-makers: Fort Sumner, Anthony Griffin rushed for 128 yards and four TDs. Carrizozo, Cody Ventura rushed for 32 years.
Of note: Carrizozo played without four starters, including its starting running back and quarterback.
Go figure: Carrizozo finished with minus 2 yards passing.
Farwell 34, Sudan 8
Records: Farwell 3-4, Sudan 2-5
Difference: Farwell gained a season-high 231 yards on the ground.
Difference-makers: Farwell, Danny Brown rushed for 87 yards and two scores. Sudan, B.J. Davis has three catches for 34 yards and a score.
Go figure: Sudan finished with five turnovers.
Muleshoe 58, Tulia 0
Records: Muleshoe 7-0, Tulia 1-6
Difference: Muleshoe held Tulia to 41 yards while posting its second-straight shutout.
Difference-makers: Muleshoe, Wes Wood threw for 226 yards and a school-record seven TDs. Tulia, Rene Martinez finished with three catches for 39 yards.
Go figure: Muleshoe has scored 50 or more points in six of its seven games.
Floyd 60, Logan 14
Records: Floyd 7-1, Logan 5-3
Difference: Floyd built an early 38-0 lead.
Difference-makers: Floyd’s Chenault brothers QB Chay and WR Chet hooked up for two touchdowns.
Back on the field: Senior running back and linebacker Edel Sotelo is back from injury after missing several games.
Of Note: In Floyd’s last six games (all wins) they’ve outscored their opponents 293-73.
Quotable: “We really dominated right from the start. That was the important thing today,” Floyd assistant coach Adam Terry said.
Boys Ranch 14, Bovina 13
Records: Boys Ranch 5-2 (2-0 District 3-1A), Bovina 3-4 (0-2).
Difference: Victor Landeros scored on a 5-yard run and Jansen Timmons ran in a 2-point conversion with 1:44 left to give the Roughriders the win.
Difference-makers: Oscar Rodriguez caught six passes for 125 yards, including a 68-yard TD pass in the opening quarter from QB Jesus Rocha. … Bovina’s other points came on field goals of 25 and 27 yards by Esau Salcedo.