Six-man football officially kicked off Saturday at the 10th Annual Hico Super Saturday and, for the first time in its history, all four games were won via the 45-point rule. The Gordon Longhorns, under the helm of new head coach Joe Kostiha, was the first to fall victim as Dallas Covenant Knights took a 62-16 win. Kostiha graduated from Gordon and, while in the rebuilding phase of his newly acquired team, Dallas Covenant only lost one player from last year's team. The Knights are the two-time defending Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools' state champions. The Knights dominated early, forcing Gordon to punt on its first possession. It took the Knights just four plays to find the end-zone and take an early lead. Dallas Covenant ended the first quarter up 14-0 and quickly added eight more at the beginning of the second frame. The Longhorns' next drive started from its own 35-yard line. On second-and-12, Seth Wheeler pitched the ball to Jacob Wigington who raced to the end-zone and Gordon's first points of the game. Jeremy Jorgenson added the points-after with 8:24 left in the half, Gordon trailed 22-8. The Knights found the end-zone three more times before the half ended with them leading 44-8.