The Peaster Greyhounds (2-4) fell to the Fort Worth Trinity Valley Trojans, 29-0 Friday night on the road.

A 20-0 run by the Trojans in the first quarter put the Greyhounds in a tough spot, as the latter struggled to keep pace with a Trinity Valley offense which added two and seven points to its lead in the second and third quarter, respectively.

Neither team got on the board in the final frame, sealing the Trojans’ win.

Peaster, which is set to join a UIL district in 2020, continues its outlaw schedule with a home game versus the Dallas Inspired Vision Eagles at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

The Greyhounds close out their season with three-straight road games.

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