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Record Setting Performances Lead Westlake Past Denton Guyer

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The Westlake Chaparrals defeated the Denton Guyer Wildcats 40-21 Saturday night at AT&T Stadium to win the 6AD2 State championship.

The Wildcats led 21-20 late in the third quarter with Westlake facing a 4th down from the Guyer 36-yard line. The Chaparrals lined up to punt but the Wildcats took a time out. Out of the time out, Westlake lined up to attempt a 53-yard field goal which would be a UIL State Championship Game record for all classifications. Charlie Barnett drilled the ball goal post to set the record and give Westlake a 23-20 lead with 3:11 remaining in the 3rd.

Cade Klubnik had already connected with Jaden Greathouse on a 62-yard touchdown pass in the first half and he would twice connect with Greathouse on long touchdown passes (69 and 71 yards) in the second half. The three touchdown receptions tied the UIL 6A Championship Game record for touchdown receptions.


The three touchdown receptions accounted for 202 yards. Greathouse added another 34 yards receiving for a total of 236 which was another UIL State Championship Game record for all classifications.

Greathouse was named the game’s Offensive MVP.

Westlake’s Colton Vasek was named the game’s Defensive MVP with three sacks.

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