Collin County Texas High School Football Roundup for Week 6


Allen 49, Lewisville 13


Denton 47, Saginaw Boswell 43
Frisco Centennial 55, Independence 7
Frisco Heritage 38, Frisco 35
Frisco Wakeland 42, Little Elm 6

Lovejoy 64, Sherman 7
McKinney 35, Denison 28
McKinney Boyd 29, Plano East 3
McKinney Christian 23, The Highlands 20
McKinney North 43, Prosper 19

Plano 17, Plano West 14
Prestonwood Christian 62, John Paul II 27
Rockwall 71, Garland Naaman Forest 14

The Colony 34, Lone Star 21
Tyler All-Saints 9, Legacy Christian 7
Wylie 42, Wylie East 35 (OT)

Brian Bearden’s Texas High School Football Quick Hits


Allen’s Kyler Murray (11-15-0, 185 yards) passed for three touchdowns as the Eagles won again. Murray also led Allen in rushing with 51 yards on two keepers, including 39-yard run early in the second quarter in Saturday’s 49-13 win over Lewisville. … Jalen Guyton (5-97) caught two TD passes, including a 39-yard first-quarter strike and a 21-yard scoring catch in the second at Kimbrough Stadium in Murphy, Texas.

Allen’s David Feliciano scored two touchdowns and averaged 8.4 yards a carry, scoring from the Lewisville 3- and 5-yard lines. Keon Williams picked up 6.4 yards when he carried. Seven players ran the ball for the 6-0, 4-0 in 6-6A Eagles. Trent Clark scored from the Lewisville 1 to close out the offensive showcase.

Seven Allen players caught passes against Lewisville. Lee Morris had three catches for 65 yards and a big 43-yard TD reception on a pass from Murray in the opening quarter.


Plano’s Brandon Stephens gained 152 yards on 38 attempts in 17-14 win over Plano West. … Plano’s defense held Plano West’s powerful running game to an average of 3 yards rushing on 27 carries. Plano held Soso Jamabo to 60 yards rushing. Jamabo scored 1 TD from the Plano 1-yard line. Plano’s Lopaka Yoro scored from 37 yards out, and Stephens had a 7-yard TD run to go into halftime ahead, 14-7. Tyler Brogan’s 26-yard field goal in the third quarter and his two extra point kicks made the difference for Plano at John Clark Stadium.

Frisco’s Dayton Bush put his team on top 35-31 in the final two minutes of the fourth quarter vs. Frisco Heritage on a 43-yard pass from Kyle Redington (3-4-0, 77 yards, 1 TD).

Frisco Heritage’s Bubba Ogbebor scored on TD passes from 24, 29 and 34 yards from QB Malik Walker (20-30-0, 4 TD) vs. Frisco … Walker found Chris Baez open for a 46-yard TD and also scored on a 5-yard run. Ogbebor gave Heritage the 38-35 winning margin with the last-minute TD from 34 yards out.

Heritage kicker Bryce Crawford connected on a 37-yard field goal and five extra point attempts vs. Frisco. Frisco’s Luke Wadley made his five extra point kicks.

Frisco Centennial’s Court Walker threw for three touchdowns in a 55-7 win over Independence, including strikes from 15, 49 and 31 yards out. … Raleigh Texada returned an interception 80 yards for a TD vs. Independence. … Connor Martin kicked seven extra points.

Frisco Wakeland’s Jimmy Wilkins (11-15-0) passed for two touchdowns and 171 yards against Little Elm. He struck early with a 37-yard TD to Justice Williams and followed with a 47-yard TD to Luke Bridges. … Wakeland’s Brent Altieri scored on a 21-yard dash plus runs of 2 and 7 yards. … Jay Orji scored on a 60-yard run in the 42-6 win over Little Elm.

John Paul II’s Danan Brown scored on 44- and 20-yard runs against PCA. … Merek Pierce scored on a 75-yard kickoff return vs. PCA.

Lone Star’s Jason Shelley (15-29-2) passed for 173 yards against The Colony.

Lovejoy’s Aaron Fuller returned a punt for a 71-yard TD vs. Sherman. … Blake Pfaff scored on a 28-yard interception return. … Lovejoy QB Bowman Sells (16-21-0, 327 yards, 6 TD) lit up Sherman’s defense with six touchdown passes.

McKinney Boyd’s Keaton Livingston scored on a 54-yard fumble return vs. Plano East in third quater.

McKinney Christian’s Caleb Wysong scored on a 50-yard run at The Highlands en route to gaining 97 yards on 11 carries.

McKinney North’s Nick Hutchins (19-22-1) passed for 193 yards and ran for 7 yards per carry. Hutchins scored on a 5- and 6-yard run in third quarter vs. Prosper.

Prestonwood’s Ryne Carter scored on a 75-yard TD pass from Ryan Cash in first quarter and added a 38-yard scoring reception in second period. … Prestonwood’s Ryne Cash (14-19-0) passed for 306 yards and 5 TD’s, plus ran for 40 yards and a 11-yard TD against John Paul II. Cash had TD passes to Ryne Carter (2), Jonathan Heasley (1), Michael Irvin (1), and Hayden Clark (1).

Prosper’s Zack English (4-115) scored on a 59-yard pass play from Justin Kiedinger (7-15-1, 130 yards) against McKinney North.

The Colony’s Tate Alanis had a 51-yard TD run against Lone Star.

Rushing leaders

Frisco’s Paul Terry ran for 202 yards and 3 TD on 34 attempts against Frisco Heritage. Frisco’s Idress Ali added 102 yards rushing as the two backs averaged more than five yards per carry. Terry scored from the Heritage 3-, 5- and 6-yard lines.

Frisco Centennial’s Anthony Pegues (6-106 yards, 22-yard TD) and Jeremichael Deason (7-104, 1 TD) and Seth Cowley (2 TD from 15 and 2 yards) had big nights vs. Independence. Deason scored on a 43-yard run.

Frisco Wakeland’s Brent Altieri scored three touchdowns and gained 132 yards on eight carries vs. Little Elm. … Jay Orji gained 102 and scored a TD.

John Paul II’s Danan Brown (14-113) averaged 8 yards a carry and scored two TD’s vs. PCA.

McKinney’s Antonio Oliver ran for 211 yards on 34 attempts and scored on runs of 5, 1 and 2 yards in 35-28 win over Denison.

McKinney Boyd’s Dedrick Scrivens scored on 3- and 2-yard rushing touchdowns in 29-3 win over Plano East. Scrivens finished with 129 yards rushing.

McKinney Christian’s George Harris (17-173) ran for 10.1 yards a carry and a 14-yard TD in fourth quarter win over The Highlands.

McKinney Christian’s Jackson Brock (4-68 rushing, 4-32 yards receiving) scored on a 4-yard run.

McKinney North’s Micah Baulicex (29-127) scored two TD and averaged 7 yards a run.

Plano’s Lopaka Yoro ran 9 times for 8.6 yards per carry. Yoro finished with 77 yards with 38 on a first quarter TD.

Plano West’s Soso Jamabo finished with 60 yards rushing as Plano West punts six times.

Prosper’s Robert Malone ran for 107 yards and a TD vs. North.

The Colony’s Khalil Banks scored two TD and ran for 177 yards on 33 tries against Lone Star. … Darius Mitchell ran for 79 and a TD.

Denison QB Devon Blanton (15-33-1) ran for 127 yards on 16 keepers and passed for 207 yards and two TD vs. McKinney.

Wylie’s Carsen Cook (20-41-2) passed for a TD and ran for five touchdowns against Wylie East. Cook gained 220 yards on 39 runs. Cook scored on a 21-yard run in the third quarter, from the Wylie East 11 and 20 in the fourth and from the 1 in overtime. He also had a 1-yard run in first quarter.

Wylie East’s Eno Benjamin ran for 264 yards on 39 attempts and scored four touchdowns vs. Wylie. Benjamin’s touchdown came from the Wylie 1- , 20- , 1- and 8-yard line.

Receiving leaders

Frisco Centennial’s Devin McCord (3-64), Riley Brasuell (2-39) and Jackson Grimes (1-15) each scored on a TD pass from QB Court Walker (7-7-0, 125 yards, 3 TD) vs. Independence.

Frisco Heritage’s Bubba Ogbebor (19.8 yards per catch) caught six passes for 119 yards and 3 TD. Chris Baez hauled in six for 102 and a TD.

Frisco’s Dayton Bush caught two TD passes, averaging 31 yards a catch.

Frisco Independence’s Myles Russell had seven receptions for 100 yards and a TD vs. Centennial. … Brandon Williams caught four passes for 67 yards from QB Kyle Saddler (19-36-2, 215 yards, 1 TD).

Frisco Wakeland’s Justice Williams (4-66) and Luke Bridges (1-47, TD) each scored against Little Elm. Cole Hutchens also hauled in four catches for 8.5 yards per reception.

Lovejoy’s Adam McDaniel (5-184) scored three times at Sherman with TD catches for 41, 65 and 58 yards in the first half of a 64-7 victory. … Adam Fuller (6-98) caught two TD passes (7 and 21 yards) and Hunt Pfaff had three catches for 28 yards and a 10-yard TD.

McKinney’s Rickey Fantroy (6-111) scored on a 68-yard pass from Brian Sutter (10-17-0, 162 yards) vs. Denison. … Cameron Calhoun had three catches for 41 yards, averaging a first down each time.

McKinney Boyd’s Brandon Bowling and Jeremiah Campbell each caught three of Grant Restmeyer’s passes. Restmeyer (9-18-0) had 105 yards passing. Kassidy Boyd had two catches for a 20-yard average.

McKinney North’s Kirvin Parks caught five passes for 69 yards and a 33-yard TD pass from Nick Hutchins against Prosper. … Gabe Constantine had seven catches for 7.4 yards per play. … Miquel Hudson caught four for 8.5 yards.

Plano’s Matt Kirchner averaged 17 yards per catch in three-point win over Plano West. He finished with 51 yards receiving. QB Quinn Waterbury (4-10-2) passed for 54 yards.

Prestonwood’s Jonathan Heasley caught five passes from Ryan Cash for 96 yards, including a 12-yard TD pass vs. John Paul II.

PCA’s Ryne Carter gained 113 yards and 2 TD receiving vs. John Paul II.

Wylie’s Jordan Whaley caught six passes for 112 yards and a 28-yard TD vs. Wylie East.

Wylie East’s Jared Wyatt had four receptions for 28 yards and scored on a 14-yard run vs. Wylie.

Learning points

Plano East lost two fumbles and was called for 14 penalties for 114 yards in 29-3 loss to McKinney Boyd. … Sherman fumbled five times and had an interception in a 64-7 loss to Lovejoy. … Plano West lost two fumbles in the loss to Plano.


District 6-6A
Allen 6-0 4-0
Flower Mound Marcus 4-2 3-1
Plano 4-2 3-1
Plano West 4-1 2-1
McKinney Boyd 3-3 2-2
Lewisville 2-3 1-2
Plano East 1-4 1-2
Flower Mound 1-5 0-4
Hebron 0-5 0-3

District 11-6A
Rockwall 6-0 3-0
Garland 4-2 2-1
Rowlett 4-2 2-1
Sachse 4-2 2-1
Tyler Lee 2-3 1-1
Naaman Forest 1-5 1-2
Lakeview 2-3 0-2
North Garland 0-6 0-3

District 9-5A
Frisco Centennial 3-2 3-0
Lone Star 5-1 3-1
Heritage 4-1 2-1
Wakeland 4-1 2-1
The Colony 4-2 2-2
Frisco 3-3 2-2
Liberty 2-3 1-2
Little Elm 1-5 1-3
Independence 1-5 0-4

District 10-5A
Wylie 3-2 2-0
Lovejoy 2-3 2-0
McKinney North 2-3 1-1
McKinney 2-3 1-1
Prosper 2-3 1-1
Wylie East 2-3 1-1
Denison 2-3 0-2
Sherman 0-5 0-2

District 3-4A
Celina 3-2 0-0
Bridgeport 3-2 0-0
Krum 3-2 0-0
Anna 1-4 0-0
Aubrey 0-5 0-0
Bonham 0-5 0-0

District 5-4A
Gilmer 5-0 0-0
Bullard 4-1 0-0
Canton 4-1 0-0
Emory Rains 3-2 0-0
Nevada Community 1-3 0-0
Melissa 1-4 0-0

District 7-4A
Princeton 4-1 0-0

District 5-3A
Pilot Point 5-0 0-0
Farmersville 4-1 0-0

Private Schools
Bishop Dunne 5-0 2-0
Argyle Liberty 4-1 2-0
Prestonwood Christian 4-1 2-0
Midland Christian 4-1 2-0
Bishop Lynch 3-3 0-2
Trinity Christian-Addison 2-3 0-2
Bishop Nolan 1-4 0-2
John Paul II 0-5 0-2

Frisco Legacy Christian 3-2 0-2

McKinney Christian 2-3 1-1

District 9-5A
Frisco Heritage vs. Independence at Toyota Stadium


District 6-6A
Plano East vs. Plano at John Clark Stadium
Allen at Hebron
Flower Mound at Lewisville
Plano West at FM Marcus

District 9-5A
Frisco Centennial vs. Lone Star at Toyota Stadium
Little Elm vs. Frisco Liberty
The Colony vs. Frisco Wakeland

District 10-5A
Lovejoy vs. McKinney North at Ron Poe Stadium
McKinney at Sherman
Prosper at Wylie East
Wylie at Denison

District 3-4A
Anna at Celina
Bonham at Aubrey
Krum at Bridgeport

District 5-4A
Nevada Community at Canton
Gilmer at Melissa

District 7-4A
Quinlan Ford at Princeton

District 5-3A
Pottsboro at Farmersville
Pilot Point at Callisburg

Private Schools
Bishop Lynch at John Paul II
First Baptist vs. McKinney Christian at McKinney North
Dallas Christian at Legacy Christian Frisco
Prestonwood at Bishop Dunne
Prince of Peace at Shelton

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Rep. Sam Johnson calls for ban on travelers from Ebola-affected countries

Washington, D.C. – In response to the recent Ebola case in Dallas, Texas, Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03) sent the following letter to the Acting United States Surgeon General, Rear Admiral Lushniak:

“Earlier this week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced the first case of Ebola had been diagnosed in Dallas, Texas. As a lifelong Texan who represents a district neighboring Dallas, this development is of grave concern to my constituents and me.

“Already, the U.S. State Department has issued travel warnings and advisories for the countries most affected by Ebola, and several African countries and airlines have implemented their own travel restrictions. And while the CDC has been screening travelers who fly out of those countries, the Dallas case proves that this is clearly not enough. A person can evade CDC detection and arrive in the United States if that individual is asymptomatic and intentionally lies about, or is unaware of, their exposure to Ebola.

“While I understand an asymptomatic individual is not contagious, the person is contagious once they begin to show symptoms. As a result, the CDC is monitoring upwards of fifty individuals who may have contracted Ebola from the Dallas patient once he arrived in the United States.

“The Dallas incident clearly shows that while the CDC can prevent infected individuals with Ebola symptoms from leaving these countries – screeners cannot identify all infected persons. Therefore, I am hereby requesting that you use the Surgeon General’s authority granted under 42 U.S.C. §265 and prohibit individuals from these countries which have had cases of Ebola from entering the United States. Without a cure or a vaccine for Ebola – which has a fatality rate of nearly 50 percent – we must do all that we can to protect American citizens from this horrific disease.”

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