Eyeing the end zone

Fulshear senior Hayden Graham scored a touchdown and two-point conversion against Rudder Friday at Traylor Stadium.

The Bryan Rudder Rangers came into Friday’s District 10-5A DII game at Guy K. Traylor Memorial Stadium, averaging 38.7 points per game.

The Fulshear Chargers were able to hold Rudder under that, but four turnovers proved too much to overcome against the fast-paced Rangers.

The Rangers broke a three-game slide in district play with a 35-14 win over Fulshear.

The Chargers now have a three-game losing streak in district and fall to 4-3 overall.

Senior Hayden Graham scored the Chargers’ first touchdown with 14 seconds remaining in the second quarter.

Graham scored on a one-yard run, and he also added a two-point conversion.

Senior quarterback Jackson Edge scored for Fulshear in the fourth quarter.

Edge scrambled in from five yards out with 6:38 remaining in the fourth quarter.

Fulshear was held to 164 yards of offense while Rudder collected 357.

The Chargers had four interceptions and fumble, while Rangers turned the ball over once with an interception.

Fulshear junior Cade Carter accounted for the interception against Rudder junior quarterback EJ Ezar.

Edge was 14-of-29 for 114 yards.

Junior Kenya Walton Jr. had 10 carries to 37 yards. Sophomore Jax Medica had six catches for 56 yards.

Fulshear (4-3, 0-3) will travel to A&M Consolidated next week, while Rudder (5-3, 1-3) will have a bye week.

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