TCU’s LaDainian Tomlinson says former Allen Eagles quarterback Kyler Murray could go as high as No. 1 selection in NFL draft.
TCU’s LaDainian Tomlinson says former Allen Eagles quarterback Kyler Murray could go as high as No. 1 selection in NFL draft.
Brian Bearden’s #TXHSFB Texas High School Football Scoreboard with Friday Night Scores for Oct. 27, 2017
#TXHSFB Collin County and North Texas scores compiled from reporters via Dairy Queen, Braum’s, twitter, facebook, ham radio, radio, first responders, coaches calling in from Whataburgers and Sonics across Texas
FRIDAY NIGHT’S #TXHSFB 6A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD
Allen 49, McKinney 14
Arlington Lamar 20, Arlington Bowie 19
Arlington Martin 49, North Crowley 12
Cedar Hill 35, Grand Prairie 10
Coppell 59, Richardson Lloyd Berkner 20
Dallas Jesuit 59, Lake Highlands 35
Dallas Skyline 48, Richardson 30
Denton Guyer 28, Wylie 24
Duncanville 24, DeSoto 14
Euless Trinity 31, Hebron 28
Garland Naaman Forest 53, South Garland 6
Garland Sachse 42, Garland Rowlett 35
Irving 24, Irving MacArthur 20
Keller Fossil Ridge 34, Keller Central 14
Lewisville 49, Hurst LD Bell 37
Lewisville ISD Flower Mound 17, Flower Mound Marcus 10
Longview 28, Tyler John Tyler 19
Mesquite Horn 66, North Mesquite 14
Plano 17, McKinney Boyd 5
Plano East 45, Plano West 41
Richardson JJ Pearce 45, Dallas WT White 10
Rockwall 49, Tyler Lee 28
South Grand Prairie 49, Irving Nimitz 14
FRIDAY NIGHT’S #TXHSFB 5A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD
Aledo 59, Brewer 7
Azle 24, FW Eaton 17
Burleson 35, Cleburne 7
Burleson Centennial 51, Granbury 20
Colleyville Heritage 51, Grapevine 28
Crowley 20, Arlington Seguin 19
Dallas Conrad 18, Dallas Thomas TJ Jefferson 14
Dallas WW Samuell 35, Dallas Justin F Kimball 14
Dallas South Oak Cliff 24, Dallas HG Spruce 13
Dallas WOODROW Wilson 30, Dallas Bryan Adams 19
Denison 56, Denton Braswell 0
Ennis 41, Jacksonville 7
Frisco Lone Star 56, Frisco Centennial 0
Frisco Reedy 42, Frisco 14
Frisco Wakeland 27, Frisco Independence 17
Fort Worth Western Hills 37, FW North Side 14
Highland Park 35, Forney 13
Lake Dallas 48, Carrollton Creekview 14
Lancaster 42, Red Oak 21
Lewisville The Colony 14, Prosper 7
Lindale 28, Corsicana 18
Little Elm 43, Carrollton Turner 8
Lovejoy 43, North Forney 41
Mansfield Lake Ridge 28, Mansfield Legacy 17
Mansfield Summit 55, Midlothian 35
Mansfield Summit 55, Midlothian Heritage 35
Mesquite Poteet 36, Royse City 14
Saginaw Boswell 55, Saginaw 24
Seagoville 49, North Dallas 0
Sulphur Springs 31, Mount Pleasant 14
Texarkana Texas High 40, Greenville 20
Waxahachie 43, Mansfield Timberview 42
West Mesquite 42, Wylie East 6
FRIDAY NIGHT’S #TXHSFB 4A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD
Alvarado 54, Dallas Pinkston 0
Argyle 42, Sanger 14
Bonham 42, Nevada Community 20
Canton 56, Dallas Roosevelt 0
Decatur 65, Gainesville 51
Ferris 22, Dallas Lincoln 20
Kaufman 33, Mabank 21
Melissa 35, Celina 14
Midlothian Heritage 33, Dallas Carter 12
Palestine 62, Tyler Chapel Hill 47
Paris 41, Quinlan Ford 20
Stephenville 71, Big Spring 0
Texarkana Liberty-Eylau 38, Anna 24
FRIDAY NIGHT’S #TXHSFB 3A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD
Gunter 43, Paris Chisum 0
Jacksboro 31, Millsap 12
Pottsboro 27, Pilot Point 21
Van Alstyne 63, Callisburg 10
Whitesboro 36, Howe 14
FRIDAY NIGHT’S #TXHSFB 2A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD
Big Sandy 56, Gladewater Union Grove 26
Blue Ridge 34, Trenton 7
Bogata Rivercrest 43, Honey Grove 2
FRIDAY NIGHT’S #TXHSFB TEXAS PRIVATE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD
Arlington Oakridge 56, TACA Storm 13
TCA Cedar Hill 75, Tyler TK Gorman 33
Dallas Bishop Lynch 7, Argyle Liberty Christian 0
Dallas Christian 56, Bullard Brook Hill 7
Episcopal School Dallas 48, OKC Casady 27
Dallas Greenhill 36, Irving Cistercian 28
Dallas Lakehill 52, Red Oak Ovilla 22
Dallas Lutheran 73, Rockwall Heritage 24
Fort Worth Country Day 34, John Cooper 7
FW Temple Christian 50, Kennedale Fellowship 6
FW Trinity Valley 32, Austin St. Andrew’s 7
Greenville Christian 74, Longview Trinity 36
McKinney Cornerstone Christian Academy 80, Granbury Cornerstone 59
Plano Prestonwood 22, Dallas Bishop Dunne 6
Tyler Grace Community 49, Carrollton Prince of Peace 21
THURSDAY NIGHT’S #TXHSFB TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD
Scores for Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017 as compiled from reports from radio, Dairy Queen, Sonic, Whataburger, Facebook, Twitter, First Responders and Ham Radio operators across Texas
FRIDAY NIGHT’S #TXHSFB 6A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD
Arlington 68, Fort Worth Paschal 3
Garland Lakeview Centennial 28, North Garland 17
Keller 21, Keller Timber Creek 14 (OT:)
Rockwall Heath 50, Mesquite 27
Southlake Carroll 50, Byron Nelson 17
THURSDAY NIGHT’S #TXHSFB 5A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD
Denton Ryan 41, Wichita Falls 13
Frisco Heritage 51, Frisco Liberty 21
Humble Kingwood Park 26, Dayton 7
McKinney North 67, Carrollton Newman Smith 30
N. Richland Hills 62, FW Carter-Riverside 0
N. Richland Hills Birdville 36, FW Dunbar 35
Port Neches-Groves 62, Beaumont Central 27
Rosenberg Terry 24, Port Lavaca Calhoun 14
SA Highlands 41, SA Edison 13
Wichita Falls Rider 47, Denton 7
State scores from across Texas go to TXHSFB.news
#txhsfb #txhsfbscores #txhsfootball
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Brian Bearden’s Collin County – Texas High School Football Roundup
Allen 45, Hebron 13: The Allen Eagles have won 50 consecutive games after beating the Hebron Hawks on Friday night.
Allen’s Seth Green passed for 309 yards and five touchdowns and ran for 113 yards at Eagles Stadium. Green has passed for more than 1,000 yards this season and has passed for 14 touchdowns and run for five.
Allen (5-0 in 6-6A, 7-0 overall) built a 45-0 lead after three quarters. Only the Celina Bobcats have a longer winning streak in the state of Texas with 68 straight from 1998 to 2002.
Green’s first TD pass went 24 yards to Jared Tajalle (2 for 32 yards receiving). The second was caught by Lionell McConnell on a 42-yard TD pass play. Green’s third came on a 6-yard toss to Tenio Ayeni in the first quarter.
Ayeni (6 for 51 yards receiving) and Green (21-30-1) teamed up for a 17-yard scoring pass for a 28-0 lead in the second quarter. Connor Limpert made it 31-0 on a 46-yard field goal after kicking four extra points earlier in the first half. He finished with six extra points.
Allen’s Jevon Jones hauled in a 79-yard pass from Green in the third quarter. Jones had two catches for 90 yards.
McConnell closed the scoring for the Eagles with a 71-yard touchdown run in the third quarter on his only carry. McConnell caught four passes for 69 yards.
Kerry Hall had four receptions for 39 yards.
Allen’s winning streak began against Plano East when the Eagles won, 56-0, in 2012. Hebron fell to 1-5, 1-3 in 6-6A.
Allen plays Flower Mound on Friday, Oct. 16 and at Plano West on Oct. 23.
Celina 52, Anna 0: Celina quarterback Conner Pingleton passed for 330 yards and four touchdowns. Pingleton has passed for more than 1,500 yards this season.
Unbeaten Celina had big games from its lineup on Friday. The Bobcats have scored 50 points or more this season against Bryan Adams, Bishop Lynch, Melissa and Anna plus 46 against Argyle.
Trace Young scored on runs of 2 and 3 yards. Pingleton (21-26-0) connected with John Franklin (5-78 yards receiving) for a 29-yard touchdown pass play.
Ismael Ortiz led Celina in rushing with 15 carries for 83 yards. Caleb Knowles gained 56 on seven attempts. Young finished with five yards rushing on two attempts.
Braydon Watson ran for a touchdown from the Anna 7 and scored on a pass from Pingleton on a play that went 54 yards for the touchdown. Watson caught eight passes for 164 yards.
Ryan Nebeker (5-40 yards receiving) caught a touchdown pass from Pingleton from the Anna 3-yard line.
Seth Jackson scored on a 1-yard run.
Kicker Eduardo Paulino finished the scoring with a 22-yard field goal in addition to his extra-points.
The Anna Coyotes (0-6) draw winless Bonham on Friday, Oct. 16 before going west on Hwy. 380 to Krum on Oct. 23.
Going into this game, Celina 6-0 beat Melissa, 53-13. Celina plays Bridgeport (4-2) on Friday, Oct. 16 and then travels to Bonham (0-6) on Oct. 23.
Frisco Lone Star 28, Centennial 14: Jaylen Davis gave unbeaten Lone Star a 7-0 lead on a 64-yard pass play from Jason Shelley.
Shelley (15-19-0, 184 yards passing) hit Coby Shelton (2-67 yards receiving) with a 63-yard pass. Shelley had 68 yards rushing on 15 attempts.
Dixon caught 10 passes for 100 yards.
Centennial’s Anthony Pegues ran in for an 8-yard score to cut the lead to 14-7 in the third quarter. Pegues finished with 40 yards rushing.
Robert Hall (8-26 yards rushing) scored for Lone Star on a 5-yard run for a 14-point lead. Centennial scored to close the gap on a Danny Mustaca touchdown catch from the Lone Star 3-yard line on a pass from Court Walker (23-33-3, 278 yards passing).
Dwayne Gilmore turned an interception into a 5-yard scoring return for the 14-point victory.
Kenny Nelson caught eight passes for Centennial for 135 yards. Mustaca had seven catches for 56 yards.
Lone Star (7-0) plays Frisco Heritage on Thursday, Oct. 15, then plays Frisco on Oct. 23. Centennial (4-2) takes on Wakeland on Oct. 16 and Liberty on Oct. 22.
Flower Mound Marcus 23, Plano West 21: Da’Vonte Carline scored on a 60-yard run for the Wolves. Logan Williams (12 for 29, 151 yards) passed 32 yards to Jackson Webb for a touchdown. Tyler Campbell (8-92 yards rushing) scored on a 58-yard run.
Carline finished with 67 yards rushing.
Marcus QB Mitch Cason passed for 180 yards and two touchdowns, and Plano West picked off two of his passes. C.J. Respass ran for 63 yards and a TD for the Marauders.
Marcus (6-0) plays Plano East on Friday, then goes to McKinney Boyd on Oct. 23. Plano West plays at Lewisville on Friday and Hebron on Oct. 23.
Frisco Heritage 66, Independence 7: Bubba Ogbebor caught nine passes for 146 yards and three touchdowns, and Amare Jones passed for four touchdowns and ran for 158 yards and a touchdown.
Ogbebore scored on passed from the 3- , 18- and 10-yards lines at Memorial Stadium in Frisco.
Kene Nwangwu scored on a 10-yard run early and a 52-yard run in the third quarter.
Vance Hooper ran for a 7-yard TD and a 34-yard TD in the second half.
Jones completed a 12-yard TD pass to Carlos Crawford in the first quarter. Jones ran for a 23-yard TD in second half.
Independence scored on a 46-yard run by Ryan Houston, who ran for 120 yards.
Independence (2-5) plays Frisco on Friday, Oct. 16. Heritage plays undefeated Lone Star on Thursday, Oct. 15.
Frisco Liberty 28, Little Elm 0: Chris McPhaul ran for 91 yards and caught two passes for 73 yards. McPhaul scored on a 28-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Reggie Chaney (2-65 yards receiving) punched in a TD from the Lobos’ 8-yard line and scored from 57 yards out on a pass from Grant Buss. Rob Rever was 4 of 4 on extra points.
Reggie Hubbard scored on a 1-yard run in the third quarter. Hubbard finished with 78 yards rushing.
Liberty (2-4) plays The Colony on Thursday, Oct. 15 before crossing town to play Centennial on Thursday, Oct. 22. Little Elm (0-7) faces The Colony on Oct. 23.
Frisco Wakeland 56, The Colony 21: Jay Orji ran for 220 yards and scored two touchdowns to lead the Wolverines. Cole Starnes ran for three touchdowns and 135 yards.
Orji scored on runs of 37 and 14 yards. Starnes cross the goal line on runs from the 2-, 4-, and 2-yard line of The Colony.
Wakeland QB Mason Doerr (12-17) passed for 181 yards and three touchdowns. Doerr connected with Cole Hutchins for 22 yards, Charles Robinson for 24, and Tanner Euting for 18 yards on his touchdown passes.
The Colony was led by Darius Mitchell, who ran for two touchdowns, and Khalil Banks ran for 145 yards.
Wakeland (4-2, 2-1 in 9-5A) plays Centennial on Friday and at Heritage the following week. The Colony (2-5, 2-3) takes on Frisco Liberty on Thursday, Oct. 15 and Little Elm on Oct. 23.
Lovejoy 27, McKinney North 20: Bowman Sells (24-38-0) ran for 110 yards and passed for 266 yards. Sells, who ran 26 times, scored two touchdowns rushing and passed for two more in Lucas on Friday.
Sells scored on runs of 16 and 14 yards.
Steven Prudhomme (4-69 yards receiving) caught a TD pass from the North 10 in the first quarter on a pass from Sells.
Aaron Fuller had eight receptions for 52 yards. Nick Parker had four catches for 68 yards and ran for 31 yards and scored on a 24-yard pass from Sells.
North’s Lamar Lucas ran for 67 yards.
Brennan Harris (4-54 yards) caught one TD pass from Christian Files (13-23-2, 124 yards passing.) Files hit Jordan Barany on a 20-yard TD pass in the second then completed the 36-yarder to Harris in the third quarter.
McKinney North (4-2) plays McKinney on Friday and at Denison on Oct. 23. Lovejoy (5-1) battles at Wylie East on Oct. 16 before playing Prosper the next Friday.
McKinney 42, Sherman 18: Walker Torrain put the Lions on the scoreboard first with a 20-yard run and in the fourth quarter Josh Whytus scored two touchdowns on runs of 3- and 7-yards for a 42-18 victory on Friday at Coach Ron Poe Stadium.
Matt Gadek (17-126 yards rushing) scored on a 58-yard run in the second quarter. Damon Witmer (6-8-0, 98 yards) passed to Quinton Quirrenbach for a 37-yard TD pass.
Torrain ran for 53 yards on 10 tries and has scored 11 touchdowns rushing this season.
McKinney also scored on a 1-yard run in the third quarter by Tyree Johnson.
Joseph Robinson had 37 yards receiving on four catches.
Injury report: Lions quarterback Damon Witmer ran six times for 37 yards before leaving with an injured right leg. Tyree Johnson was 0-3 passing in his place. Witmer (34-63-0) has passed for 354 yards and run for 351 this season.
Sherman (1-5) plays Denison on Friday, then gets to go to Wylie on Oct. 23. McKinney faces McKinney North on Friday, Oct. 16 and Wylie East on Thursday, Oct. 22.
Plano East 32, Plano 15: The Panthers built a 17-0 halftime lead and kept on attacking in a win over the Wildcats at Coach John Clark Stadium in Plano on Friday.
Plano East’s Jonathan Meadors went down the middle for a 59-yard TD in the fourth quarter. He topped that with a 67-yard scamper in the last three minutes of the district hometown showdown.
Meadors finished up with 135 yards rushing on six carries. Desmond Bowden gained 72 yards rushing on 10 attempts.
Plano fell to 1-4 in 6-6A now owns a one-game lead in its rivalry with Plano East. The Wildcats have won 17, lost 16 and tied one time in football games against the Panthers.
Plano scored on a 1-yard run by Matt Keys (15-36 yards rushing) and a 3-yard run by Brandon Stephens (22-63 yards rushing and 1-4 yards receiving.
Plano East’s Cesar Sanchez nailed field goals from 45 and 42 yards.
Miklo Smalls (13-22 yards rushing) had a 5-yard run for a touchdown for the Panthers. Smalls (5-13-1, 52 yards) found Cameron Moore (2-22 yards receiving) open for a 12-yard strike to put the first points on the scoreboard. Smalls has 1,143 yards and 13 TD passing this season, plus he has run for seven TD and 414 yards.
Tarence Raymond caught three passes for 61 yards for Plano (3-4), which plays McKinney Boyd on Friday. Keys is 76 yards shy of passing for 1,000 yards this season. Stephens is 160 yards rushing from getting 1,000 yards.
Plano East (5-1) goes to Flower Mound to play Marcus on Friday, and then plays Lewisville on Oct. 23.
Princeton 50, Quinlan Ford 7: Colt Collins threw for 207 yards and four touchdowns, and George Flores ran for 93 yards and a TD in East Texas on Friday night. Flores scored from the Ford 5-yard line.
Collins scored on a 16-yard run in the first. Then, Collins(12-17-0) passed to Brandon Talley for a 41-yard scoring catch. In the second quarter, Talley scored on a 5-yard pass from Collins.
Sadavion Matthews pulled in a pass from Collins to score from the Ford 33. Philip Mayfield scored six points on a 3-yard run, and Collins fired a TD pass to Moonie Jackson from the Ford 3.
The Princeton Panthers (5-1) go to Paris on Friday then again the following week to take on North Lamar.
Wylie 31, Denison 21: Quarterback Emilio Ames ran for 143 yards and passed for 163. Ames ran for one touchdown and passed for another.
Wylie’s Eli Smith ran 16 times for 99 yards. Smith scored on an 8-yard run. David Addo ran in from the Denison 3 for the next score.
Ames had a 2-yard run in the third quarter for a touchdown.
Kollier Knight and Jordan Whaley had three receptions. Justin Pegues caught four for 40 yards. Andrew Nwachukwu had a 37-yard reception.
Knight scored on a 10-yard pass as he dove for a pass from a scrambling Ames in the third quarter.
Brandon Cunningham pumped in his sixth three-pointer this fall on a 37-yard field goal.
Denison (3-3) plays at Sherman on Friday, with McKinney North on deck on Oct. 23. Wylie (3-3) plays at Prosper on Oct. 16 and against Sherman on Oct. 23.
Wylie East 32, Prosper 31: Eno Benjamin ran for 257 yards and two touchdowns and passed for one to lead the Raiders to a come-from-behind win on Friday night.
Prosper led early on Robert Mahone’s 10-yard run in the first quarter. Braden Shewmake (9-15-0, 156 yards) found Jared Wyatt (3-65 yards receiving) open for a 33-yard touchdown pass. Each touchdown was followed by a two-point play. Mahone caught a pass from Davis, and Shewmake hit Jared Wyatt for a pass for the scoring plays.
Mahone (23-114 yards) scored his second touchdown on a 1-yard run in the second quarter as Prosper led, 15-8. Benjamin answered on a 19-yard touchdown run to tie the score at 15. Mahone has 624 yards rushing this season and seven touchdowns.
Prosper charged back with two straight scores – a 13-yard run by Ryan Davis (16-114 yards rushing, 7-10, 50 yards passing) and a 38-yard field goal by Liam Gamboa.
Davis has thrown for more than 600 yards and eight touchdowns. Davis has run for 546 yards and five TDs this season.
The second half was even more fun to watch. Benjamin, who ran 36 times, scored on a 1-yard run in the third quarter. Davis ran in from the East 33. Cody East connected on a 23-yard field goal to cut the margin to 31-25.
The surprise of the night came on a 14-yard pass from Benjamin, who threw a scoring toss to Wyatt. Thomas made the pressure kick for the extra-point and the 32-31 win in the fourth quarter.
Justin Bailey and Nehemiah Reason each caught three passes for Wylie East. Bailey and Reason had 45 yards receiving. Reason ran for 16 more yards.
Wylie East (5-1, 3-0 in 10-5A) plays Lovejoy on Friday, Oct. 16 before playing McKinney on Oct. 22. Prosper (3-3, 1-2) hosts Wylie on Friday, then plays at Lovejoy on Oct. 23.
Bishop Dunne 28, Prestonwood 21: Collin Whitaker scored on runs from the Falcons’ 5- and 1-yard line, and PCA’s Ryan Cash scored from four yards out. Cash finished with 194 yards passing. Whitaker ran for 102 yards. Jonathan Heasley had seven catches for 83 yards. Bishop Dunne QB Caleb Evans passed for 231 yards and ran for 160 yards to pace unbeaten Bishop Dunne. Jordan Butler ran for 93 yards on 16 tries. PCA (4-2) plays Midland Christian on Friday and at Fort Worth Bishop Nolan on Oct. 23.
Bishop Lynch 55, John Paul II 13: Jermaine Mask scored from the JP 42-, 3- 22- and 15-yard line for the Friars. John Paul’s Austin Tyler caught a pass from Andrew Haidet and turned the play into a 51-yard touchdown pass. Tyler threw to Truett Pittman for a 13-yard TD pass in the fourth quarter.
Dallas Christian 53, Frisco Legacy 0
First Baptist 48, McKinney Christian 6
Pottsboro 59, Farmersville 0
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Collin County – Texas High School Football Roundup – Oct. 1-2
Plano West 14, Plano 7: Plano West’s Tyler Campbell scored on a 7-yard run at 11:30 in the fourth quarter for the game-deciding points in the cross-town rivalry.
Plano West’s Campbell ran 15 times for 58 yards in the Wolves’ 14-7 victory over the Wildcats at Coach John Clark Stadium on Friday night.
Plano West’s Logan Williams (11-29-1) passed 39 yards for the game’s first score on a pass to Jackson Webb at 5:50. Alastair Stark kicked his first of two extra points in the game. Williams finished with 163 yards passing for Plano West. Webb caught three for 79 yards.
Plano’s Brandon Stephens ran 30 times for 134 yards and scored the Wildcats’ touchdown that tied the score with 3:13 remaining in the second quarter. Stephens averaged more than 4 yards a carry in the game that was tied at 7-7 after three quarters.
Plano quarterback Matt Keys (7-19-2) passed for 86 yards and ran for 16. Carson Williams caught three for 36. Ryan McConnell (12 yards), Tarence Raymond (18 yards), Daniel Rodgriquez (12 yards) had catches for first downs. Garrett Frederick caught one for eight yards.
Plano West’s Bennett Dubow caught four passes for 38 yards. Tanner Harmon had two receptions for 34 yards.
Plano (3-3, 1-3) plays Plano East at Clark Stadium in 6-6A on Friday, then takes on McKinney Boyd at Clark Stadium on Oct. 16.
Plano West (2-3, 1-2) plays Flower Mound Marcus (5-1, 3-1) on Homecoming at Coach Tom Kimbrough Stadium in Murphy on Friday, Oct. 2. The Wolves go to Max Goldsmith Stadium to play Lewisville on Oct. 16. The showdown with unbeaten Allen will be on Oct. 30 at Eagle Stadium.
Denison 35, McKinney 13: Hunter Watson (17-29-2) passed for 227 yards and four touchdowns as Denison won at McKinney. Steven Wagoner caught 11 passes for 166 yards and three touchdowns. Devan Patterson caught a TD pass from the McKinney 8-yard line.
Wagoner scored on plays for 61, 13 and 22 yards. Denison (3-2, 1-1) led, 28-6, at halftime.
McKinney’s Walker Torrain scored on a 2-yard run. Torrain ran 16 times for 53 yards.
Matt Gadek, who ran 15 times for 70 yards, scored on a 26-yard run for the Lions (2-3, 0-2). Gadek had one catch for 23 yards. Quarterback Damon Witmer (7-13-0) passed for 66 yards and ran for 38 yards on 10 attempts. Ricky Fantroy caught two passes for 14 yards.
Allen 52, Lewisville 7: Allen’s Kirby Bennett ran for 135 yards and three touchdowns, and Mitchell Jonke had 135 yards rushing and 87 passing in a 52-7 victory at Lewisville on Friday night.
Jonke (8-13-1) and Seth Green (6-9-0, 73 yards) played quarterback for the Eagles (6-0) against Lewisville (2-3). Green completed two touchdown passes.
Allen’s Trent Barrence scored on a 3-yard run at 6:41 in the first quarter. Kirby Bennett scored on a 6-yard run at 1:00 for a 14-7 lead at the end of the first quarter. Bennett scored with 1:46 left in the second quarter on a 42-yard run as Allen led, 24-7, at halftime.
The Eagles scored 28 points in the third quarter to finish out the scoring. Bennett scored on a 1-yard run at 9:41. Carson Schleker hauled in a 20-yard pass from Green at 7:54 for a touchdown. Green hit Tenio Ayeni for a touchdown at 3:46 from the Lewisville 14-yard line. Alex Robinson scored from the Lewisville 33-yard line at 2:07.
Allen kicker Connor Limper made a 46-yard field goal at the end of the first half and kicked true for five extra-point kicks. Michael Ewton connected on two extra-point kicks in the third for the Eagles.
Kerry Hall caught five passes for 44 yards. Schleker, Jared Tajalle and Lionel McConnell had two catches each.
McKinney Boyd 34, Plano East 23: Kaeden Markham ran for 147 yards and four touchdowns in a 34-23 win over Plano East in 6-6A. Boyd quarterback Grant Restmeyer (16-20-0) threw for 124 yards and a touchdown.
Markham scored the first of his three touchdowns on 1-yard runs at 4:01 left in the first quarter for Boyd.
Plano East came back with a 41-yard run by Jonathan Meadors for a score. Audie Omotosho caught a 10-yard pass from Miklo Smalls for a 15-7 Panthers’ lead at halftime.
Markham scored again from the Plano East 1 in the third quarter at 7:23. Boyd scored two more touchdowns in the third quarter. Stephen Driskell caught an 18-yard touchdown pass from Restmeyer with 5:29 showing in the third. Markham scored his third of four touchdowns in the game – this time from the 2-yard line.
In the fourth quarter, Markham scored from one yard out with 1:29 remaining. Smalls battled back to score on a 4-yard run with 15 seconds left in the game.
Boyd’s Driskell caught five passes for 57 yards and a touchdown. Brandon Bowling had five receptions for 29 yards and ran six times for 37 yards.
Plano East’s Smalls (17-34-2) passed for one touchdown and 217 yards. Smalls ran for 90 yards on 14 attempts. Meadors had 54 yards rushing.
Smalls completed five passes to Cameron Moore for 41 yards. Tim Wilson caught four for 62 yards.
Plano East’s Omotosho gained 76 yards on four receptions. Carson Young pulled in three catches for 39 yards.
Plano East (4-1) plays Plano (3-3) on Friday, Oct. 9.
McKinney Boyd (3-3) takes on Plano (3-3) on Friday, Oct. 16.
Frisco Lone Star 56, The Colony 28: Jason Shelley opened the scoring for unbeaten Lone Star with a touchdown run from The Colony’s 28-yard line. Shelley (12-19-1) passed for 120 yards and three touchdowns on Thursday night.
After Darius Mitchell’s touchdown from the Lone Star 5-yard line tied the score, Shelley brought Lone Star back down the field. Coby Shelton (5-62 yards) scored on a 19-yard pass from Shelley with 2:46 showing in the first quarter.
Lone Star (6-0) scored in the second quarter at 9:08 on Shelley’s pass to Jaylen Dixon (3-19 yards receiving) from 13 yards out. Shelley (16-158 yards rushing) punched in a touchdown from the 1 at 7:12. He found Michael Johnson (3-21 yards) open for a 10-yard touchdown pass with 3:30 left in the first half.
The Colony (2-4) scored the next three touchdowns on runs by Jemel Jones (2-5-0, 25 yards passing) and Khalil Banks (28-126 yards rushing) and an interception by Kendrick Johnson.
Lone Star’s Robert Hall (13-113 yards rushing) scored on a 4-yard run and a 58-yard run in the fourth quarter. Shelley found an opening for a 61-yard touchdown in between Hall’s touchdowns.
Frisco Centennial 48, Frisco Independence 41: Frisco Centennial’s Anthony Pegues ran for 295 yards and one touchdown on 26 carries, and quarterback Court Walker threw for four touchdowns in a 48-41 victory over Independence on Thursday.
Connor Martin made a 26-yard field goal in the first quarter. Walker ran a keeper in from the Independence 1-yard line at 3:23. Walker hit Drake Stockard for a 20-yard touchdown pass at 1:29. Martin made his two extra-point attempts to give Centennial a 17-0 lead at the end of the first quarter at Toyota Stadium in Frisco.
Pegues scored on a 93-yard run with 7:41 left in the first half to give Centennial a 24-0 lead.
Centennial’s Walker threw a TD pass to Danny Mustaca for a 9-yard touchdown in the third quarter. Martin made a 23-yard field goal with 1:27.
Centennial’s Kenny Nelson had five receptions for 105 yards and two touchdowns as Walker (11-18-1) passed for 161 yards.
Kyle Saddler passed for three touchdowns for Independence, which rallied in the second half. Saddler’s first TD pass came in the third quarter on a pass to Maxwell Hudson from the Centennial 12-yard line.
Saddler finished with 534 yards passing..
The fourth quarter showcased the Independence comeback. Saddler scored on a 1-yard run, then passed to Hudson (5-56 yards receiving) for a 20-yard touchdown. Saddler completed a pass at 2:52 remaining in the fourth quarter on a 51-yard touchdown pass.
Independence saw Ryan Houston run a dozen times for 92 yards and two touchdowns. Saddler found Myles Russell open 12 times for 189 yards receiving.
Colton Nielsen caught 17 passes for 141 yards.
Independence (2-4) plays Frisco Heritage (2-3) on Friday, Oct. 9.
Centennial (4-1) plays Lone Star (6-0) in Frisco on Friday, Oct. 9.
Lovejoy 45, Sherman 14: Aaron Fuller caught five passes for 91 yards and two touchdowns at Sherman. Nick Parker had four catches for 72 yards. Bowman Sells (18-26-0) passed for four touchdowns and 296 yards.
Sells hit Bowman for a 20-yard touchdown strike in the first quarter against Sherman.
Sells fired a pass to Dakota Michaels for a 46-yard touchdown, and then hit Alek Milewski for a 35-yard TD catch.
In the second quarter, Dakota Michaels ran for a 9-yard touchdown. Austin Henning scored on a 35-yard field goal.
Parker, who ran nine times for 32 yards and one touchdown, scored in the third quarter for Lovejoy on a run from the Sherman 9-yard line.
Sells found Fuller open again for a touchdown pass, this time from 44 yards out.
Down 45-0, Sherman scored twice in the fourth quarter. Maliq Owens scored on catches from the Lovejoy 12- and 5-yard line.
Lovejoy (4-1) plays McKinney North (4-1) on Friday, Oct. 9.
McKinney North 46, Prosper 18: McKinney North’s K.J. Hart scored three touchdowns in a 46-18 victory in McKinney on Thursday night in 10-5A.
Hart (17-117 yards) scored from the Prosper 10-, 6- and 1-yard lines and finished with 117 yards rushing for North (4-1, 1-1).
Micah Baulicek (23-120 yards) scored first on a 10-yard run at 9:14 in the opening quarter for North. Sam Ashun kicked a 28-yard field goal, and Christian Files scored a touchdown from the Prosper 1-yard line for a 17-0 lead after one quarter.
Files (20-29-0) passed for 197 yards and one touchdown. The quarterback also ran for 45 yards.
Brennan Harris (10-87 yards), Brett Hartland (4-61), Miquel Hudson (5-41 yards) were Files’ top passing targets. Hart caught one pass for eight yards. Hartland scored on a 19-yard pass in the second quarter.
Prosper’s Ryan Davis (7-14-2) threw for 50 yards and ran for 48. Cedric Haskins (3-19 yards received and 37 yards rushing) scored on a 4-yard touchdown pass.
Robert Mahone had 59 yards rushing on eight attempts for Prosper. Easton Murrell (3-6 yards rushing) scored on a 1-yard run in the fourth quarter and completed 2 of 3 for 15 yards passing.
Wylie East (4-1) plays at Prosper (3-2) on Friday, Oct. 9. Wylie East beat Wylie, 56-28, on Oct. 2.
North plays Lovejoy (4-1) on Friday, Oct. 9.
Frisco 47, Frisco Heritage 35: Frisco’s Idrees Ali scored five touchdowns and ran for 338 yards in a 47-35 win over Frisco Heritage on Friday.
Heritage’s Bubba Ogbebor ignited the 83-point scoring show with a 75-yard run at 11:47 of the first quarter in Frisco. Ogbebor went on to catch seven passes for 246 yards and three touchdowns.
Frisco’s Ali answered with a 65-yard touchdown run at 8:59 and delivered on a 3-yard TD run at 2:35.
Heritage’s Ogbebor caught a pass from Amara Jones (11-19-1, 4 TD) at the Frisco 10-yard line on the last scoring play of the first quarter. Jones finished the game with 338 yards passing and 104 yards rushing on quarterback keepers.
In the second quarter, Ali ran for a touchdown from the Heritage 34-yard line. Heritage came back with a 70-yard TD pass about a minute later as Jones found Nic McTear open at 9:14. Lucas Reynolds scored for Frisco on a 3-yard run.
Ali and Ogbebor traded touchdowns in the third. Ali scored from the Heritage 8-yard line at 4:16. Ogbebor scored from the Frisco 45 on a pass from Jones.
The scoring show wasn’t over. In the fourth quarter, Connor Swope returned an interception 9 yards for Frisco at 11:38.
Heritage’s Kene Nwangwu (15-42 yards rushing) punched in a touchdown run from the Frisco 1-yard line just under five minutes left in the fourth quarter.
Ali scored again for Frisco on a run from the Heritage 21.
Rohan Vasa (3-5-0 threw for 11 yards and ran for 27 for Frisco (5-1). Grayson Thorburn caught two for 11 yards.
Heritage (2-3) takes on Independence (2-4) on Friday, Oct. 9.
Frisco High (5-1) plays Independence (2-4) on Oct. 16.
Wylie East 56, Wylie 28: Wylie East’s Braden Shewmake threw for 233 yards and four touchdowns, and Eno Benjamin ran for 228 yards and three touchdowns to beat Wylie.
Wylie East’s Kolby Williams caught three passes for 153 yards and two touchdowns. Williams scored the game’s first touchdown on a 59-yard pass from Shewmake.
Justin Bailey had 28 yards receiving on four catches. Bailey scored at 6:19 in the first quarter on a 9-yard catch. Benjamin ran in from the 2-yard line with 3:16 left in the first quarter.
For Wylie, Emilio Ames (17-39-3) passed for one touchdown and 211 yards. Eli Smith ran for 87 yards on 11 carries, and he had 16 yards receiving on two catches.
Kolten Okerstrom ran in from the Wylie East 27 with 4:11 remaining in the first quarter.
In the second quarter, Jared Wyatt caught a 34-yard touchdown pass from Shewmake at 11:24. Benjamin ran in from the Wylie 2-yard line with 5:25 remaining in the first half.
Wylie’s Ames scored two touchdowns in a row – first from the Wylie East 29 and then from the 1-yard line. Ames passed to Tyler Mauzy for a 44-yard touchdown pass with 14 seconds to go in the first half.
In the third quarter, Benjamin scored on a 2-yard run midway through the period. Williams caught a 61-yard pass from Shewmake with 1:54 to go.
Mauzy finished with five catches for 95 yards. Justin Pegues had two catches for 71 yards. Jordan Whaley, Taylor Perry, Kolley Knight and David Addo each had two receptions.
In the fourth quarter, Nehemiah Reason (9-36 rushing yards) scored for Wylie East on an 8-yard run at 11:54.
Shewmake finished with 60 yards rushing on 10 attempts.
Denison (3-2) goes to Wylie (2-3) on Friday, Oct. 9. Denison beat McKinney, 35-13, this week.
Wylie East (4-1) plays at Prosper (3-2) on Friday, Oct. 9.
Brian Bearden’s Collin County – Texas High School Football roundup:
Allen quarterback Seth Green passed for 122 yards and ran for 126 in a 65-0 victory over the Plano Wildcats.
Green, who passed for a touchdown and ran for another, completed nine of 13 at Eagle Stadium in Allen in the District 6-6A game.
Green scored the game’s first touchdown on a 58-yard run at 10:55 in the first quarter. Green found Camden Harrison (5 for 73 yards receiving) open for a 44-yard touchdown pass at 8:55.
Allen’s defense put points on the board when Anthony Taylor took an interception return 70 yards at 3:19 before halftime.
In the second half, Jakob Yandell went 34 yards on his interception return. Allen (4-0) scored five touchdowns in the third quarter.
Allen’s Kirby Bennett added six points on a 6-yard run. Trent Barrence scored on a 40-yarder. Mitchell Jonke added a 6-yard TD run.
Next, Tate Caplinger scored on a 32-yard fumble return.
And Allen couldn’t stop scoring, adding a 35-yard field goal by Michael Ewton. Alex Robinson scored the last touchdown on a 27-yard run.
Brandon Stephens ran 34 yards and had 34 receiving yards for Plano. Carson Williams caught four for 50 yards. Matt Keys (6-14-3) passed for 92 yards. Plano drops to 2-2.
Plano East 36, Plano West 8: Plano East (4-0) quarterback Miklo Smalls connected with Jonathan Meadors for a 15-yard touchdown pass play with 3:21 showing in the first quarter.
Smalls (18-32-0) scored on a 1-yard run with 6:34 left in the second quarter, then ran in from the West 2-yard line at 2:38 remaining in the first half of the 6-6A game.
Plano West (1-2) made it on the scoreboard when Logan Williams found Tanner Harmon open for a 14-yard pass at the end of the second quarter.
Smalls, who passed for 306 yards, hit Tim Wilson for a 25-yard touchdown pass early in the third quarter. Smalls closed the scoring out in the fourth quarter with a 5-yard run. Smalls finished with 51 yards rushing and three touchdowns.
Desmond Bowden had 40 yards rushing. Meadors had 40 too.
Cameron Moore caught four passes for 73 yards.
McKinney Boyd (1-3) plays in Plano against West on Friday. Plano West faces Plano (2-2) on Oct. 2.
Plano East plays next on Oct. 2 against Boyd. The Plano – Plano East game will be on Oct. 9.
Flower Mound 28, McKinney Boyd 27: After a scoreless first half, Kaeden Markham (15-39 yards rushing and 2-21 yards receiving) put Boyd on the scoreboard with a 2-yard run. Stephen Driskill (10-157 yards receiving) scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns on 12- and 14-yard scoring passes. Doren Gibson (13-77 yards) added a TD on a 36-yard run.
Flower Mound’s Chase Lembke punched in a 2-yard run, and Josh Grant kicked the extra point for the win. Boyd had a chance to win but its field-goal try missed at the end of the 6-6A game.
Noble Newton ran 22 times for 93 yards. Newton (22-35-0) passed for 256 yards and two touchdowns for Flower Mound.
Boyd’s Grant Restmeyer (22-36-0) finished with 336 yards passing.
Frisco Independence 20, Little Elm 14: Kyle Saddler passed for three touchdowns as Frisco Independence (2-2) beat Little Elm, 20-14, in the District 9-5A game.
Saddler (18-40-0) passed for 255 yards against the Lobos. Saddler found Colton Nielsen open twice early for touchdowns. Nielsen (8-105 yards receiving) scored on passes of 26 and 17 yards in the first half. Hakeem Wiley (2 for 30 yards) caught a 25-yard pass from Saddler to ensure the win.
Little Elm fell to 0-4.
Frisco Legacy 38, Grace Prep 31: Jack Henry Knight (11-19-0) passed for 180 yards and three touchdowns. Chase Eisenmann ran for 176 yards on 31 carries and scored two touchdowns. Eisenmann caught five passes for 33 yards. He scored on a 3-yard run in the first quarter and off a 25-yard run in the second quarter.
Pepper Snider caught eight passes for 154 yards. Snider scored on receptions for 29 and 31 yards from Knight.
Legacy (3-0) plays at Tyler Grace on Friday, then back at home against Tyler All-Saints the following week.
Frisco Lone Star 41, Frisco Liberty 14: Robert Hall scored the first of his two touchdowns on a 5-yard run in the first quarter in unbeaten Lone Star’s 41-14 victory over Liberty at Toyota Stadium in District 9-5A.
Jaylen Dixon caught a TD pass from the Liberty 6-yard line from Jason Shelley for Lone Star (4-0).
Liberty (1-3) scored on Reggie Chaney’s 28-yard pass from Grant Buss (9-16-2, 128 yards) at 7:51 to go in the second quarter.
Lone Star’s Shelley scored on a 5-yard run, and Hall scored on a 2-yard run for a 27-7 half-time lead. Hall ran 13 times for 84 yards.
In the third quarter, Shelley scored on a 16-yard run with 4:06 left. Shelley finished with 106 yards rushing on 15 keepers.
Shelley hit Dixon (3-68 yards receiving) in the fourth quarter with a 49-yard TD pass with 8:26 left.
Liberty’s Reggie Hubbard (10-50 yards rushing) scored on a 14-yard run in the fourth quarter with 4:41 to go.
Lone Star plays at Little Elm (0-4) on Friday, Sept. 25. Lone Star hosts The Colony (1-3) on Oct. 1.
Liberty takes on Frisco Wakeland on Friday, Sept. 25 before taking a week off. Liberty plays at Little Elm on Oct. 9.
Celina 51, Bishop Lynch 14: Conner Pingleton passed for 342 yards and three touchdowns in the Bobcats’ 51-14 Homecoming victory against Bishop Lynch. John Franklin scored the first touchdown on a 74-yard TD pass play.
Celina’s Shane Gerths scored on a run of 1-yard in the second quarter. Gerths returned a fumble for Celina for a score with five seconds left in the first half.
Riley Nebeker caught two touchdown passes in the second quarter on throws of 56 and 51 yards.
In the third quarter, Ismael Ortiz scored twice on runs of 6 and 1 yards against the Friars.
Celina’s Eduardo Paulino connected on a 32-yard field goal attempt to finish the scoring for the Bobcats. Celina (4-0) plays at Melissa (0-3) on Friday, Sept. 25, and at Anna (0-4) on Oct. 9.
Caddo Mills 54, Nevada Community 43
Farmersville 49, Bonham 26:
Princeton 49, Crandall 39
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TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL WEEK 3 RESULTS
Allen 45, McKinney Boyd 15
Flower Mound Marcus 40, Lewisville 26
Hebron 35, Plano 28 (OT)
Plano East 36, Flower Mound 24
Frisco 28, Little Elm 13
Frisco Liberty 45, Frisco Independence 14
Frisco Lone Star 60, Frisco Wakeland 27
The Colony 70, Frisco Heritage 43
Celina 46, Argyle 36
Dallas Christian 44, John Paul II 20
Denton Ryan 43, Wylie East 20
Farmersville 23, Emory Rains 20
Frisco Legacy Christian 24, Colleyville Covenant 14
Lovejoy 34, Lake Dallas 21
McKinney 41, Carrollton Newman Smith 9
McKinney North 48, J.J. Pearce 30
Mesquite Horn 34, Rockwall 33
Prestonwood 63, Sherman 42
Princeton 31, Greenville 14
Sunnyvale 70, Nevada Community 38
Van Alstyne 39, Anna 7
Wylie 50, Richardson 23
Highland Park 35, Prosper 28 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington
Brian Bearden’s Collin County – Texas High School Football Roundup for Week 3:
Allen 45, McKinney Boyd 15: Quarterback Seth Green (11-18-0) ran for 111 yards and passed for 220 yards to defeat McKinney Boyd, 45-15, on Friday in District 6-6A play at Allen.
Boyd’s Kaeden Markham ran for 136 yards and two touchdowns (each on 1-yard runs) on 19 carries. Grant Restmeyer (12-27-1, 140 yards) completed four passes to Stephen Driskell for 44 yards. Brandon Bowling (54 yards receiving) and Jeremiah Campbell (34 yards) each caught three passes.
Allen took an early lead, scoring on Kirby Bennett’s 4-yard run and Misi Tupou’s 21-yard interception return. Boyd’s Cameron Powell kicked a 23-yard field goal. Green followed with a 33-yard TD dash.
In the second quarter, Trent Barrence (5-25 rushing) scored for Allen on a 10-yard run. A few minutes later, Green connected with Tevyn Stevenson for a 10-yard scoring pass. Markham scored his first touchdown of the game with four seconds left in the first half from the Allen 1-yard line. Allen blocked the extra-point try. Markham scored his second 1-yard TD in the fourth quarter.
Allen’s Lionel McConnell scored on a 5-yard run, and Connor Limpert kicked a 29-yard field goal in the third quarter. McConnell also caught one pass for 69 yards against Boyd.
Allen (3-0) plays host to Plano (2-1) next Friday, then takes on Flower Mound Marcus (3-0) at home in Eagle Stadium on Sept. 25. Marcus won at Lewisville, 40-26, on Friday.
Boyd hosts Flower Mound (0-3) next Friday, then plays at Plano West on Sept. 25.
Celina 46, Argyle 36: Celina’s Jarren Alexander scored three touchdowns and ran for 222 yards, and Conner Pingleton (10-13-0) passed for two touchdowns and 167 yards in the Bobcats 46-36 win over Argyle on Friday.
Pingleton opened the scoring at Bobcat Stadium with a 37-yard TD run. About four minutes later, Pingleton completed a scoring pass to Riley Nebeker (5-92 yards receiving) from 48 yards out. Alexander scored on 25-yard run in the second quarter for the first of his three touchdowns.
In the third quarter, Alexander (28-222 yards rushing) scored for Celina on a 48-yard run at 9:53. Alexander scored again with 37 seconds remaining in the third quarter on a 3-yard run.
Pingleton scored on a 78-yard run at 8:51 in the fourth quarter. Brayson Watson caught four for 72 yards.
Celina (3-0) hosts Bishop Lynch on Friday, the travels east to Melissa and Anna for the next two games.
Dallas Christian 44, John Paul II 20: Kris McCune (8-27 yards rushing) scored three touchdowns on runs of 19, 1 and 9 yards Dallas Christian won at John Paul II, 44-20, on Friday. Jacob Yarbrough had a 99-yard return after a safety where the 2-1 Chargers blocked a punt that went out of the end zone.
John Paul’s Eric Johnson (12-47 yards rushing) scored on runs of 1 and 3 yards. Johnson had 56 yards receiving on three catches.
Jaire Moore gained 170 yards rushing, and Reggie Peck ran for 102 for Dallas Christian (2-1). Yarbrough had three receptions for 48 yards and caught a 25-yard scoring pass from Garrett Cody (6-15-0, 96 yards, 2 TD).
Andrew Haidet (13-32-1) threw for one JP touchdown and passed for 212 yards. Haidet ran 13 times for 37 yards, including a 1-yard run for the first touchdown of the game.
Zach Goodman made five receptions for 91 yards for John Paul (0-3), which plays in Dallas at Bishop Dunne (1-0) on Friday.
Dallas Christian (2-1) plays at Bullard against Brook Hill on Friday.
Denton Ryan 43, Wylie East 20: Denton Ryan quarterback Spencer Sanders (19-28-0) threw for five touchdowns and 294 yards in a 43-20 victory on Thursday at Wylie East. Sanders also ran for 45 yards. Sanders completed six passes for 142 yards to Rodney Gladney, who scored two touchdowns. Sanders threw eight times for 71 yards to Gabriel Douglas, who had two touchdowns. Chritauskie Dove made four catches for 74 yards, including a touchdown.
For Wylie East, Braden Shewmake (14-23-0) passed for 123 yards. Jared Wyatt (5-58 yards) scored one TD receiving. Nehemiah Reason with 11 carries for 79 yards led East in rushing. Reason scored on a 46-yard run. Eno Benjamin gained 33 yards on 18 carries, and returned a third-quarter kickoff 95 yards.
Ryan added a touchdown on a 76-yard fumble return in the third quarter.
Wylie East (2-1) takes a week off before playing host to McKinney North (3-0) on Sept. 25.
Farmersville 23, Emory Rains 20: Chase Hacker scored the game’s first touchdown on a 62-yard run, and Hacker (7-12-0, 139 yards passing) hit Shaye Mowat for a 21-yard touchdown pass for a 14-0 lead.
Caleb Twyford pulled in a 25-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter from Hacker.
The lone score in the third quarter was Will Yallow’s 23-yard field goal, which determined the outcome. Rains scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter on pass plays from Ryan Ratliff.
Bonham (0-2) plays at Farmersville (2-1) on Friday.
Frisco 28, Little Elm 13: Frisco’s Idrees Ali ran for 247 yards and scored two touchdowns on 35 carries in a 28-13 win at Little Elm. Ali scored on runs of 5 and 40 yards.
Lucas Reynolds (6-49 yards rushing) scored twice, including the game’s first touchdown on a 31-yard run in the opening quarter. Reynolds’ second touchdown came in the third quarter on a 2-yard run.
Undefeated Frisco blocked the extra-point kick after Justin Seale (2-42 yards) caught a 17-yard TD pass from Austin Carter (11-25-0, 121 yards). Little Elm’s Deon Williams (11-69 rushing) scored in the fourth quarter on a 10-yard run.
Frisco (3-0) plays next Thursday against The Colony (1-2) then gets Centennial on Sept. 25. Little Elm (0-3) goes to Frisco Independence next Friday then hosts Lone Star on Sept. 25.
Frisco Legacy Christian 24, Colleyville Covenant 14: Chase Eisenmann ran for 196 yards on 36 carries as Frisco Legacy beat Colleyville Covenant, 24-14, on Friday.
Quarterback Ethan McKasson (4-13-0) passed for 58 yards and ran for 62 yards.
Jack Henry Knight scored on a 1-yard run for Legacy. Eisenmann ran for 7-yard score. Josh Norris added an 11-yard touchdown run.
Holt Kelley nailed a 35-yard field goal for Legacy (2-0), which plays Arlington Grace Prep (3-0) on Friday.
Frisco Liberty 45, Frisco Independence 14: Frisco Liberty’s Grant Buss (7-16-0, 169 yards) threw for three touchdowns, and Dimitri Jones (16-86 yards) ran for two touchdowns in a 45-14 District 9-5A win over Independence in Frisco at Memorial Stadium on Friday. Jones scored from the Independence 3- and 1-yard lines.
Liberty’s Chris McPhaul ran for 101 yards on six carries and caught two passes for 25 yards. Buss found McPhaul open for a 26-yard TD pass in the second quarter.
Reggie Chaney had four catches for 111 yards for Liberty and scored on a 55-yard pass from Buss with 1:34 remaining in the first half.
Buss found Sean Ferry open for the first score on a 35-yard pass. Rod Rever made a 28-yard field goal in the third quarter. Alex Moore (3-4 yards rushing) scored on a 1-yard run in the fourth with 3:34 remaining.
Independence QB Kyle Saddler (20-40-1) threw for 242 yards. Brandon Williams ran 18 times for 96 yards and had two receptions for 16 yards. Kolbre Smith (4-58 yards receiving) scored on a 14-yard catch with 2:15 left in the game.
Andre Williams (7-34 yards) scored Independence’s first touchdown on a 9-yard run in the third quarter.
Liberty (1-2) plays at Lone Star (3-0) next Friday, then takes on Wakeland on Sept. 25. Independence plays Little Elm (0-3) next Friday, before going to The Colony on Sept. 25.
Frisco Lone Star 60, Frisco Wakeland 27: Frisco Lone Star’s Jason Shelley passed for 320 yards and six touchdowns in a 60-27 win over Frisco Wakeland on Friday in District 9-5A. Shelley ran 17 times for 80 yards and a touchdown from the Wakeland 9-yard line.
Coby Shelton (4-91 receiving) caught three TD passes on scoring receptions for 24, 49 and 1 yards. Jaylen Dixon (6-79) caught two TD passes, and he ran for 64 yards on five attempts. Dixon scored on receptions of 10 and 44 yards, and ran a 45-yarder. Robert Hall had a 9-yard TD run.
Jrayton Fuksa had four receptions for 89 yards. Michael Johnson had one catch, and it went for 54 yards. Shelley also found Jake Ray open for a 7-yard TD.
Wakeland scored first on Jay Orji’s 61-yard TD run at 11:17 in the first quarter. Orji finished with 148 yards rushing on a dozen runs and one catch for 8 yards. Hampton Perry (3-23 receiving) scored twice on a 1-yard run for and a 8-yard pass from Mason Doerr. Noah Anderson (3-35) scored on a 17-yard TD pass play from Doerr (12-18-1, 123).
Charles Robinson had three catches for Lone Star (3-0), which plays Liberty (1-2) on Sept. 18, followed by Little Elm. Wakeland (1-2) plays next on Sept. 25 vs. Liberty, followed by Little Elm on Oct. 2.
Hebron 35, Plano 28 (OT): Hebron’s Clayton Tune (20-29-0, 281 yards) passed for three touchdown passes to beat Plano, 35-28, on Friday in District 6-6A. Derian Vaughn ran for 80 yards, and Tune added 36 on keepers. Tune scored the game-winner on a 1-yard run in overtime in District 6-6A.
Tune’s TD passes were hauled in by Jaren Mitchell (32 yards), Bryan Lynch (30 yards) and Vaughn (38 yards).
Plano’s Nic Melson scored on a 72-yard return after a blocked kick on a field-goal attempt by Hebron.
Plano’s Brandon Stephens (24-120 yards) scored on a 45-yard run in the second quarter. QB Matt Keys scored twice on 1-yard runs. Keys (12-20-0) had 60 yards passing and 42 rushing on 13 tries. Garrett Frederick caught four passes for 72 yards. Kaleb Macaway, Ryan McConnell and Stephens had two catches apiece.
Plano (2-1) plays at Allen (3-0) next Friday, then goes to Flower Mound (0-3) before its crosstown showdowns with Plano West on Oct. 2 and Plano East on Oct. 9. Hebron plays at Flower Mound Marcus (3-0) next.
Highland Park 35, Prosper 28: Highland Park quarterback Henry Allen (24-35-1) passed for 370 yards and three touchdowns with scoring passes to Chris Buell, Cy McCullough and Parker Alexander in a 35-28 victory over Prosper at AT&T Stadium in Arlington on Saturday.
Buell (11-155) scored on a 9-yard pass from Allen in the second quarter. McCullough (6-90) went 63 yards on a toss from Allen in the first quarter. Alexander (3-63) scored on a pass from the Prosper 49 in the second quarter.
For Prosper, Ryan Davis (7-13-0, 189 yards) passed for two touchdowns and kept the ball for 77 yards rushing on 18 attempts. Robert Mahone (27-187 yards rushing) scored two touchdowns rushing on a 9-yard run and a 10-yard run. Mahone caught a TD pass from the Scots 11-yard line as he scored the Eagles first three touchdowns.
Allen led Highland Park in rushing yards with 56 on 14 carries. Stephen Dieb (14-44) had two touchdown runs from the Prosper 1-yard line and 4-yard line.
Prosper (2-1) plays next against Sherman (0-3) on Friday, Sept. 25, then travels to play at McKinney against North (3-0). on Thursday, Oct. 1. Highland Park (2-1) plays at home on Sept. 25 against North Mesquite (3-0) and then goes to Richardson J.J. Pearce (2-1) on Oct. 2.
Lovejoy 34, Lake Dallas 21: Aaron Fuller returned a punt 80 yards to give Lovejoy the lead midway through the first quarter in a 34-21 win at Lake Dallas.
Bowman Sells (15-22-0, 205 yards) found Fuller open for a touchdown pass from the Lake Dallas 25-yard line and connected again to Fuller on a 42-yarder in the second quarter.
In the third quarter, Sells ran in from the Lake Dallas 22.
Fuller caught a pass from Sells for a 24-yard TD in the fourth quarter. Fuller finished with eight receptions for 143 yards and three touchdowns. He gained 10 yards on two runs.
Sells ran 11 times for 41 yards. Nick Parker led Lovejoy rushing with 17 carries for 48 yards and picked up 15 on two catches.
Lovejoy (2-1) hosts Denison (2-1) Friday, Sept. 25, then plays at Sherman (0-3) on Oct. 2. Lake Dallas (1-2) plays at Dallas Kimball (1-1) on Friday. Local Trivia: Justin Ford Kimball founded Blue Cross Blue Shield.
McKinney 41, Carrollton Newman Smith 9: McKinney’s Walker Torrain ran for 135 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Lions to a 41-9 victory on the road at Standridge Stadium in Carrollton. Torrain started the scoring on an 8-yard run in the first quarter. Torrain added touchdowns on runs of 14 and 19 yards in the fourth quarter.
Tyson Wilson made a big play on defense with a 38-yard interception return.
Matt Gadek ran 16 times for 102 yards rush and scored on a 4-yard run in the second quarter a minute before halftime.
Michael Shipley made a 42-yard field goal, and Gavin Baechle connected on a 23-yard field goal.
McKinney (2-1) plays Wylie on Sept. 25 and goes north to Denison on Oct. 2.
McKinney North 48, Richardson J.J. Pearce 30: McKinney North quarterback Christian Files passed for 436 yards and two touchdowns to beat Richardson J.J. Pearce at home in Coach Ron Poe Stadium.
North’s K. J. Hart scored three touchdowns and gained 192 yards rushing on 26 attempts. Hart’s touchdowns came on runs of 1, 31 and 21 yards.
Files (21-27-0) passed six times to Miguel Hudson for 185 yards, including a 61-yard strike with 4:49 left in the first quarter. Jordan Barany (2-17 yards receiving) caught a 7-yard pass from Files for a TD in the third quarter.
Brennan Harris added 162 yards receiving. Harris scored from the Pearce 3-yard line with four seconds remaining in the first half.
Kicker Chase Carraher made a 33-yard field goal in the opening quarter for North. He made a 29-yard FG kick to start the fourth.
McKinney North (3-0) takes next week off then plays then goes to Wylie East (2-1) on Sept. 25. Prosper plays in McKinney against North on Thursday, Oct. 1.
Plano East 36, Flower Mound 24: Miklo Smalls (14-20-1, 242 yards) passed for three touchdowns, and Jonathan Meadors ran for 90 yards in Plano East’s 36-24 District 6-6A victory over Flower Mound on Friday. Smalls had 10 keepers for 20 yards.
Tim Wilson caught six passes for 113 yards and scored the first TD on a 19-yard pass. Smalls hit Carson Young (2 for 30 yards receiving) for a 20-yard scoring strike in the second quarter and found Audie Omotosho (3-47 yards receiving) open for a 7-yard TD pass in the third period. Reuben Donald returned an interception 34 yards in the third. Trey Hunter (4-21 rushing) scored on a 12-yard run for Plano East (3-0), which plays Plano West next Friday, before drawing McKinney Boyd on Oct. 2 and Plano on Oct. 9. Flower Mound (1-2) gets McKinney Boyd, Plano and Flower Mound Marcus next. Marcus beat Lewisville, 40-26, in District 6-6A on Friday.
Prestonwood 63, Sherman 42: PCA quarterback Ryan Cash passed for 355 yards, and Collin Whitaker gained 150 yards on 13 carries rushing and scored four touchdowns. Whitaker scored on a 25-yard reception, and he ran for touchdowns of 51, 8 and 47-yards.
Cash (17-25-0) passed for five touchdowns in the PCA victory and found Eric Bullock (2 catches for 91 yards) open in the third quarter on 77-yard touchdown reception for 49-point PCA lead before Sherman turned on its offensive engine.
PCA’s Jonathan Heasley hauled in eight passes for 101 yards and three touchdowns. Heasley scored on plays of 50, 5 and 11 yards.
Deonte WIlliams (5-27 rushing) scored on a 6-yard run.
Prestonwood (2-1) plays at Trinity Christian in Addison (0-2) on Sept. 25 then goes to John Paul II (0-3) on Oct. 2.
Princeton 31, Greenville 14: Colt Collins (13-21-0) passed for 172 yards and ran for 85 more, plus George Flores ran for 148 yards and four touchdowns on 29 carries in a 31-14 win over the Greenville Lions on Friday.
Brandon Talley caught seven passes for 89 yards for Princeton (2-1). Sadavion Matthews had five catches for 42 yards.
Flores scored on runs of 14, 2, 5 and 3 yards. Julio Vazque kicked a 33-yard field goal.
Princeton hosts Crandall (2-1) on Sept. 18.
The Colony 70, Frisco Heritage 43: In District 9-5A, Khalil Banks ran for 288 yards and scored five touchdowns in Little Elm’s 70-43 win over Frisco Heritage. Banks scored on runs of 19, 59, 1, 24 and 5 yards.
The Colony’s Josh Crow ran four times for 156 yards and caught three passes for 23 yards. Crow scored on a 51-yard run midway through the fourth quarter.
Jemel Jones (8-12-0, 154 yards) passed for two touchdowns. Jones connected with Chris Green (2 for 105 yards receiving) for touchdown passes of 21 and 74 yards against Heritage.
Heritage had some huge scoring plays. In the second quarter, Amare Jones found Nic McTear open for a 42-yard scoring pass. Kene Nwangwu scored on a 94-yard run. McTear caught a 24-yard TD catch from Nick Hooper in the fourth quarter.
Amare Jones ran for a 60-yard TD in the third quarter, then found Bubba Ogbebor open for the conversion pass. Ogbebor scored a TD on a 49-yard pass from Jones, who hit McTear for the conversion pass with 32 seconds left in the third.
In the fourth quarter, Omar Jones scored on a 29-yard TD run for Heritage (2-1), which plays Frisco Centennial (1-1) next, and then takes on Frisco on Oct. 2. The Colony (1-2) plays at Frisco (3-0) on Thursday, followed by a home game with Frisco Independence.
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TODAY’S BI-DISTRICT-ROUND GAMES
11 a.m. – Plano vs. Denton Guyer at AT&T Stadium in Arlington
Noon – Rockwall vs. Copperas Cove at Baylor’s McLane Stadium in Waco
1 p.m. – Anna vs. Venus at Pennington Field in Bedford
2 p.m. – Prestonwood Christian vs. San Antonio Christian
5 p.m. – Allen vs. Keller Central at AT&T Stadium in Arlington
Allen High School’s Eagle Stadium will remain closed for the 2014 football season after consulting engineers found significant structural problems with the Stadium that cannot be repaired quickly, Allen Independent School District Superintendent Lance Hindt announced Tuesday.
As a result, Allen will play its home football games in neighboring Plano in 2014 as well as have Plano host two games that were scheduled to be played in Allen, Hindt said. Those games will be played in Allen in 2015, when Allen will have eight home games.
The stadium decision came after an updated interim engineering report from the consultants hired by the district, Nelson Forensics, identified design deficiencies in the elevated concourse at the stadium that fail to meet building codes and reduce the safety and strength of the concourse, Hindt said.
The stadium was closed Feb. 27 after an initial structural analysis revealed design and construction deficiencies that were causing cracking on the concourse.
Since then, representatives from Allen ISD, Pogue Construction and PBK Architects Inc. have been meeting to determine the scope of the problem and possible solutions. As part of those discussions, and as the district’s consulting engineer continued to identify the underlying cause of the concrete failure, the companies offered to place $2 million into an escrow account that would help fund the repairs and related costs caused by the stadium’s closure.
However, a legal snarl between their insurance companies has caused the two firms to withdraw their escrow offer that would have been controlled by the school district, Allen ISD Supt. Hindt said.
“We were hopeful that the offer of $1 million each by Pogue and PBK would have allowed us to begin a proper repair without the added cost and delay of a lawsuit,” Supt. Hindt said. “But we now have been informed by both companies that their insurance carriers refused to authorize the escrow payment.”
The corporate heads of both companies offered the $2 million escrow after a detailed analysis by the consultants working for AISD said engineering failures were likely responsible for the majority of the problems in the 19-month-old stadium.
Supt. Hindt said he was disturbed that the district’s effort to have the companies fund an escrow account was stymied by insurers for the two companies.
“Our commitment to Allen students and taxpayers remains firm that the stadium be repaired properly at the expense of those responsible for the failure: the architect and the builder,” Hindt said. “We wanted to avoid the legal wrangling of which party is responsible for what percentage of the repair and thought we had reached an agreement where each company would put money in escrow for us to use while their legal liability would be worked out later. I am frustrated that the insurers and their lawyers prevented this from happening.”
The full extent of the damage will not be known until Nelson completes its study and reports back to the school district in June, Hindt said. The likely costs of repair will not be known until conceptual designs are prepared and consultation with contractors has occurred. The companies offered the money as a sign of good faith that they would stand behind their work, saying they had $25 million in insurance to cover claims. They further said their experts estimated the $2 million as enough to pay for repairs and remediation.
The district was willing to accept the escrow payment, but had not agreed that it would be enough to properly repair the stadium, Hindt said, which would only be known when the final independent analysis is completed. In an effort to minimize the time the stadium will be closed, Nelson Forensics has partnered with a second firm, Datum Engineering, to begin developing plans for the repairs and coordinate with contractors to procure cost estimates for those repairs.
Engineers hired by the district have been working with engineers hired by each company to identify the full scope of the problem and the best way to fix it, Hindt said. Repair options are currently being analyzed.
In its latest report, Nelson Forensics said its review of engineering documents discovered areas where the design-load demand “exceeds the code-permitted capacity by 10 -20 percent at multiple locations, and by greater than 70 percent at isolated locations.”
“The design deficiencies indicate reduction of the safe load carrying capacity of portions of the structure and reduction of the redundancy of the overall structure in the case of an isolated failure due to overload,” the report says “The deficiencies are outside of acceptable margins for error, and indicate conditions which will require repair/strengthening for the structure to be brought into conformance with the applicable building code.”
School district officials noticed the cracking near the time the stadium opened in September 2012, but were assured it was normal as concrete shrinks when it dries. When the cracks became more pervasive and grew in width, the district hired Nelson Forensics to investigate the cause.
Allen ISD Board of Trustees President Louise Master said the $2 million promised by the companies affirmed the board’s decision to hire an independent engineer and insist that the repairs be done properly and at no additional cost to Allen. She said the board remains resolute that the stadium be repaired quickly and to the district’s satisfaction.
“While we are extremely disappointed that the stadium will remain closed this fall, we recognize that our priority must be to provide a safe venue for our students and the public,” Master said. “In the short time that he has been superintendent, Dr. Hindt has demonstrated his skill at protecting the interests of Allen ISD taxpayers.”
Allen football coach Tom Westerberg said the loss of Eagle Stadium as a home field for this season will have no bearing on his team’s efforts for a third consecutive state championship.
“The stadium does not make the team, the players make the team,” Westerberg said. “We began spring practice on May 5 and we look forward to Allen fans cheering for us at our ‘home opener’ on Sept. 5.”
Allen had looked at other sites for home games, but was not able to find a venue large enough and close enough to meet the large crowd of Allen fans, parents, students and band members. Hindt said he recognizes that Plano is not a perfect solution, but one that made the most sense given the complexities of scheduling and the popularity of Allen football.
“We appreciate the efforts of our friendly rivals in Plano to accommodate us and provide a home stadium just 10 minutes away,” Hindt said. “Plano ISD Superintendent Richard Matkin and Athletic Director Gerard Brence have our respect and thanks for their efforts to help minimize the closing of Eagle Stadium.”
Because of the temporary loss of Eagle Stadium, no season tickets will be sold this year and all seating will be general admission. All 2013 season ticket holders will retain their current seats for the 2015 season.
1. The 2014 football schedule and details about tickets are on the AISD web site, http://www.allenisd.org/eaglestadium.