Collin County Texas High School Football Friday Night Results

Collin County Texas High School Football Friday Night Results

QUOTE BOARD

“It’s not the load that breaks you down, it’s the way you carry it.” – Lou Holtz

CLASS 6A

Allen 35, Coppell 23

Arlington 56, Plano East 21

Denton Guyer 66, Dallas Kimball 12

Garland Naaman Forest 21, Grand Prairie 0

Garland Sachse 61, Mesquite 0

Irving Nimitz 43, Richardson 35

Keller Timber Creek 22, Lewisville Flower Mound 7

Lake Travis 64, Dallas Jesuit 45

Lewisville Hebron 35, Plano West 27

Lewisville Flower Mound Marcus 31, Mansfield 17

McKinney 52, Midlothian 35

Plano 34, Garland Rowlett 23

Richardson Berkner 35, Garland 16

Rockwall-Heath 48, Irving MacArthur 9

South Garland 46, Dallas WT White 40

Southlake Carroll 52, Rockwall 38

Wylie 10, Richardson Lake Highlands 7

CLASS 5A

Dallas Woodrow Wilson 17, Frisco 14

Denison 24, Abilene Wylie 23

Frisco Lone Star 35, Lucas Lovejoy 3

Frisco Reedy 52, Denton Braswell 15

Grapevine 66, Frisco Heritage 52

Lewisville The Colony 28, Denton 24

Little Elm 34, Irving 10

Prosper 43, Frisco Liberty 7

Sherman 35, Mount Pleasant 33

West Mesquite 46, Garland Lakeview Centennial 14

CLASS 4A

Anna 33, Van Alstyne 15

Argyle 49, Celina 35

Aubrey 28, Pilot Point 6

Canton 35, Mabank 20

Paris 26, Sulphur Springs 23 (2OT)

Princeton 51, Carrollton Creekview 21

CLASS 3A

Gunter 52, Whitesboro 13

Sunnyvale 24, Nevada Community 9

CLASS 2A

Honey Grove 30, Blue Ridge 26

Muenster 46, Howe 12

PRIVATE SCHOOLS

Dallas Bishop Dunne 34, Fayetteville, Ark. 33

Dallas Bishop Lynch 40, Kaufman 0

Dallas Episcopal 42, TC Addison 21

Dallas Greenhill 27, Arlington Oakridge 26

Dallas St. Mark’s 26, Casady, Okla. 0

Frisco Legacy Christian 54, Dallas Conrad 0

Plano Prestonwood 41, Lake Dallas 0

Plano John Paul II 41, Arlington Grace Prep 7

Rockwall Heritage 46, Savoy 0

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