It would be a slow start to the game, but the Loboes would eventually find the endzone with a Trevor Massey to Zain Wright touchdown pass in the first quarter. That would put the Loboes in front early by the count of 7-0.
The Breckenridge defense came to play on Friday night.
A bobbled snap by Massey would give the Bucks' defense enough time to converge and come up with the sack to force the Loboes to punt.
Unfortunately for the Bucks', Cisco running back Landon Lewis would find his groove in the second quarter.
A long touchdown run by Lewis would stretch the Loboes' lead to 14-0, and they would cruise from there to a 27-7 victory.