Top 5 things to look out for at Flower Mound game

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Top 5 things to look out for at Flower Mound game

Karla Hernandez, Justin Hudson

Karla Hernandez, Justin Hudson

Karla Hernandez, Justin Hudson

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      Expect Prosper to do well offensively after last game’s total of 431 yards.

    2. Last game Flower Mound had a total of 379 yards, but Prosper still has an advantage of 431 yards. During this game, Prosper should come up with the win.
    3. Flower Mound’s quarterback had 265 passing yards in their last game compared to Prosper’s quarterback, Jackson Berry, who ended up with 201 passing yards. Pay attention Friday night to find out if Berry can match, or exceed, those numbers.
    4. Prosper has the advantage with a total of 230 yards ran while Flower Mound came up short with 114 rushing yards.
    5. Prosper’s student section at the first two district football games has shown a lot of spirit that pours onto the field. Expect that not to change, even without home-field advantage.
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  • Senior Josh Graham, No. 10, sprints past Timber Creek's defense to rush the ball. Prosper's running back's rushed 230 yards in total. Although Flower Mound did not exceed that, they beat Plano West 49-35.

  • Junior Julian Huggings, No. 18, fights through defenders to gain more yards. Prosper shut out Timber Creek 49-7. They will play the first away game against Flower Mound Friday, Sept. 13 at 7 p.m.

  • Quarterback Jackson Berry scores a touchdown during the first half of Friday night's game. Berry threw 201 yards to end the night. He'll be looking to have the same outcome at the first two district games, but he will play without the home-field advantage.

  • Seniors celebrate a home team win at Children's Health stadium. The spirit leaders led chants and cheers throughout the night. "I'm so excited for the student section," Spirit leader Sam Covert said. "It's going to be better than it ever has been. We're bringing back spirit."

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