ANNA — Jake Parker ran for 324 yards and five touchdowns as Callisburg defeated Anna, 48-28, in non-district action on Friday night without completing a pass.

ANNA — Jake Parker ran for 324 yards and five touchdowns as Callisburg defeated Anna, 48-28, in non-district action on Friday night without completing a pass.


Callisburg (3-2) ran 11 plays in its opening drive and Parker had nine of those rushes, the final one ending in a two-yard score to put the Cats ahead.


He finished with 49 carries and Callisburg only had Parker Huddleston throw three passes all night.


Anna (1-4) responded immediately, scoring on special teams with a 59-yard kickoff return from Steven Lee that tied the game. Five plays later, Parker broke free through the left side of the line and scored from 30 yards out.


The Coyotes refused to go down without a fight though, with quarterback Gage Scribner, in just his second week under center for Anna, throwing three touchdown passes before the end of the first half.


Scribner connected with Eric Jackson from 27 yards out a minute into the second quarter and then found Brandon Dossett on the next possession for a 15-yard catch-and-run that put Anna up a score.


After a Callisburg touchdown, Scribner was able to give his team a two-point advantage at halftime when he threw a perfectly placed pass to Barry Sims in the right corner of the end zone with just a second left on the clock.


"We were executing – that’s what it comes down to," Anna head coach Jason Heath said. "Before the half we were doing the things that we practice every day and executing our game plan. When we do it we are pretty successful."


The high-flying Coyotes was grounded in the second half — held to two punts, a lost fumble and a turnover on downs while Callisburg continued to exploit the Anna defense.


Tanner Thurman scored early in the third to give the Cats the go-ahead score and then Parker scored from 35 and 44 yards to give Callisburg the 20-point advantage.


Junior Isaac Armijo led the Coyotes with 99 yards on the ground and Daunte Rose added 61 yards on just five carries. Despite putting up almost 200 rushing yards they just could not keep up with Parker and Callisburg.


Anna finishes non-district play on a four-game skid. They have a bye this week before opening district against Celina.


"We have some kids coming back off of injury that will help us be more consistent and allow players to get back into their natural positions where they need to be," Heath said. "We know that in two weeks we need to be better, more physical and more disciplined then we showed tonight."