At Belton, Aidan Barrera, rushed 12 times for 119 yards and four touchdowns to lift Stony Point past Belton.
Barrera scored on runs on 37, 18, 4 and 17 — all in the second half and Stony Point outscored Belton 28-15 in the second half.
The four touchdowns overshadowed the performance of Belton running back Kavon Johnson, who rushed 21 times for 211 yards in the loss. Johnson started the game with a 14-yard touchdown and scored on a 44-yard run just before the half. Belton quarterback Shane Stafford finished six of 18 passing for 114 yards, but completed a 68-yard touchdown pass to Johnson in the fourth quarter to pull within a touchdown of Stony Point.