Quarterback Asher Wilburn tossed four touchdown passes and ran for another as St. Mark's (3-2, 0-0) upended Flower Mound Coram Deo, 44-21, in a non-district matchup at Hunt Stadium.
Wilburn, a senior, connected with Lucas Blumenthal on first-quarter scoring aerials of 39 and 26 yards, adding a two-yard scoring run five seconds before the end of the first period. Wilburn then recorded second-half TD passes of 28 yards to Keats Leffel and three yards to Baker Long. Wilburn finished with 265 yards passing (25 completions on 36 attempts), while Blumenthal hauled in a game-high nine passes for 133 yards.
Leffel chipped in with a one-yard TD run in the fourth quarter and churned out a game-leading 118 yards rushing on 18 carries.
The St. Mark's defense held Coram Deo scoreless in the second half.
Samuel Johnson and wide receiver Keegan Luna, both seniors, led the Coram Deo offense. Johnson, who moved over to the signal-calling position this week from running back for the injured Luke Newton, hurled first-half TD passes of 63 yards to Keegan Luna and 27 yards to Josh Marshall, the latter 39 seconds before intermission as Coram Deo narrowed the margin to 24-21 at intermission.
Luna finished with a team-high six receptions for 105 yards, and added 52 yards on three rushing attempts. Johnson registered 269 passing yards, and added a two-yard scoring run early in the second stanza.