The Lamar Consolidated High School football team sought to take a step in the right direction Thursday night at Montgomery ISD Stadium.
Instead, the Mustangs were shutout for the third time in a 46-0 loss to Lake Creek.
The Mustangs were able to get explosive plays through the contest, but Lamar could not turn them into points.
Senior Michael Clark Michael Clark intercepted a pass in the second quarter.
In the third quarter, sophomore Joe Campbell blew past the Lions offensive line to bring down the Lake Creek quarterback.
Down 37-0 in the fourth quarter, Lamar Consolidated continued to show full effort.
Lake Creek sophomore running back Jack Haag appeared to primed to add to Lions’ lead with a 25-yard run toward the goal line.
Haag’s final hurdle was senior Mustang defender Isaiah Jenkins, who ripped the ball out around the one-yard line.
Mustangs’ junior linebacker Devon Cobbin fell on the football.
Lamar Consolidated was held under a 100-yard of offense.
Lamar Consolidated (0-7, 0-3) will return home against Montgomery next week.
Lake Creek (6-2, 3-1) will travel to Huntsville next week before a bye week.