Thursday’s Collin County Texas High School Football scores for Oct. 19 #txhsfb

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Collin County Dallas Fort Worth North Texas High School Football Scores for Thursday, Oct. 19 as compiled from radio, twitter, ham radio and facebook reports from area schools

#TXHSFB 6A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES

Dallas Skyline 37, Richardson Lloyd Berkner 29
DeSoto 28, Irving 0
Euless Trinity 48, Hurst LD Bell 0
Garland Lakeview Centennial 41, Garland 10
Keller Timber Creek 28, Haltom 20
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McKinney 63, Plano East 50

#TXHSFB 5A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES

Colleyville Heritage 72, FW Polytech 0
Dallas Hillcrest 40, Dallas Conrad 13
Dallas WW Samuell 40, Dallas Thomas TJ Jefferson 0
Denton Braswell 54, Wichita Falls 41

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Frisco Reedy 52, Frisco Centennial 34
FW Southwest 36, FW Trimble Tech 23
Little Elm 49, Carrollton Creekview 0
North Forney 67, Royse City 28
Richmond Foster 48, Rosenberg Terry 20
SA Edison 30, SA Lanier 6
Seagoville 39, Dallas Sunset 0

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Dallas Carter 39, Carrollton Ranchview 0
Dallas Lincoln 56, Dallas Roosevelt 20
Wilmer-Hutchins 47, Dallas Pinkston 7

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Kemp 43, Dallas Madison 14

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Collin County Texas High School Football Scores for Friday Night Oct. 6 #txhsfb

Collin County area Texas High School Football scores for Friday, Oct. 6 #txhsfb #txhsfootball

As compiled from reports on radio, Twitter and Facebook across Texas

#TXHSFB 6A TEXAS DALLAS FORT WORTH COLLIN COUNTY AREA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL FRIDAY SCORES

Arlington Lamar 33, North Crowley 32

Arlington Martin 76, Paschal 0

Byron Nelson 21, Flower Mound 20

Coppell 28, Richardson JJ Pearce 21

Dallas Jesuit 56, Richardson 34

Denton Guyer 55, Plano East 24

Duncanville 41, Cedar Hill 6

Euless Trinity 21, Southlake Carroll 20

Garland Sachse 49, Garland Lakeview Centennial 19

Irving 14, Irving Nimitz 7

Keller Central 48, Weatherford 16

Keller Fossil Ridge 28, Abilene 3

Lewisville Hebron 56, Hurst Bell 17

Lewisville Flower Mound Marcus 18, Lewisville 7

Longview 31, Rockwall 21

Mansfield 34, Arlington 13

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McKinney Boyd 33, Wylie 14

Mesquite Horn 56, Tyler Lee 28

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Plano 24, McKinney 21

Rockwall-Heath 35, North Mesquite 28

Tyler 29, Mesquite 14

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#TXHSFB 5A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL FRIDAY SCORES

Dallas Bryan Adams 35, Dallas Molina 20

Dallas WW Samuell 41, Dallas Conrad 0

Dallas H Grady Spruce 52, Dallas Hillcrest 7

Denton Ryan 47, Denton Braswell 14

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Frisco Centennial 28, Frisco Liberty 14

Frisco Heritage 47, Frisco Independence 35

Frisco Lone Star 28, Frisco 0

Greenville 38, Hallsville 10

Little Elm 34, The Colony 31

Prosper 66, Carrollton Smith 17

Seagoville 35, Dallas Woodrow Wilson 34

Sherman 35, Denton 14

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Farmersville 47, Winnsboro 44

Gunter 53, Sadler S&S Consolidated 0

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Celeste 14, Collinsville 8

#TXHSFB TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL PRIVATE SCHOOL FOOTBALL FRIDAY SCORES

Argyle Liberty Christian 50, Plano John Paul II 0

Arlington Oakridge 28, Fort Worth Country Day 21

Bullard Brook Hill 32, Carrollton Prince of Peace 0

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Dallas Bishop Dunne 34, FW Bishop Nolan 12

Dallas Episcopal 38, Houston Christian 7

Frisco Legacy Christian 35, Austin St. Dominic 28

FW All Saints 47, Dallas Christian 10

FW Trinity Valley 24, John Cooper 7

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Granbury North Central 60, WF Notre Dame 14

Houston St. John’s 35, Fort Bend Christian 4

Houston St. Thomas 42, Pasadena 21

Irving Cistercian 48, Casady, Okla. 19

Muenster Sacred Heart 49, FW Lake Country 7

Waco Methodist 64, McKinney Cornerstone Christian Academy 18

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TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL THURSDAY NIGHT SCORES Oct. 5, 2017
As compiled from reports on radio, Twitter and Facebook across Texas

#TXHSFB 6A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL THURSDAY SCORES

Allen 59, Plano West 0

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Frisco Reedy 35, Frisco Wakeland 28

McKinney North 41, Carrollton Creekview 7

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Music scene heats up in McKinney

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McKinney has become somewhat of a haven for singer-songwriters and a regular nightlife staple in the Dallas area for live music enthusiasts.A couple of McKinney residents (Zane Williams and Jon Christopher Davis) and venues (Cadillac Pizza Pub and Wales Manor Vineyard & Winery) are even among those being featured on this fall’s new nationally-syndicated TV show, “Troubadour, TX.” The show follows a handful of Texas singer-songwriters, showing their lives at home, in the studio and on-stage.
(Interesting tidbit: The show’s supervising producer also lives in McKinney and sometimes doubles as cameraman for the show.)

Zane Williams is the winner of a number of songwriting awards and has opened for a nice list of touring performers.

Jon Christopher Davis, whose songs have been recorded by a number of Nashville recording artists, also had a composition of his selected as the national theme song for the American Heart Association’s “Relay for Life,” also penned the song, “Texas,” that was selected as the theme of the State of Texas Tourism Department. Both of these accomplished men have developed extensive followings and regularly perform here at home at both Cadillac and Wales Manor, among all the other venues and studios around the country where they perform.

Crystal and Will Yates

The next up-and-coming singer-songwriter to perform at Wales Manor (a venue that only brings singer-songwriters to its stages) will be Crystal Yates, a native Floridian who moved to McKinney with her husband-manager Will and their son a couple years ago. Yates just released her first CD as a McKinney-ite, holding the release party at another popular live music venue in McKinney, Café Malaga. The songs on the CD, “Love Wins,” are all original compositions written primarily by Yates and her mentor (a Dove Award winner) Jennie Riddle, another McKinney resident, one whose family is quite prolific in the music scene. (Her daughter Emily Riddle also just released a CD this month, and the Riddle and Yates families together started New Nation Music, a musical ministry, in 2009.) Yates will be performing in a free concert at Wales Manor on Friday, Oct. 28 at 8 p.m.

Williams’ next performance in McKinney will be part of the same two-day festival in which Yates is performing; he’ll take the stage adjacent to Chestnut Square on Friday at 7:50 p.m. This weekend’s Music in Motion, is an inaugural event presented by fledgling non-profit Arts & Music Guild of McKinney, and the brainchild of the guild’s founder, artist Anne Royer. For two nights, a wide variety of area musicians will perform on stages in and around Chestnut Square Historic Village as well as the usual live music venues in town. Another popular and long-time McKinney singer-songwriter, Maylee Thomas, will also take part in Music in Motion, performing in Adriatica Saturday from 5:30-7 p.m.

The music attendees will hear both nights of the festival include a variety of jazz, bluegrass, country, rock, funk, and even big band, compliments of McKinney Community Band’s Dance Band on Saturday at 7 p.m. (The community band’s flute choir is also on the festival schedule, appearing Friday at 6:45 p.m. on the patio at Chestnut Square.)

McKinney’s sizable community of visual artists will also be on-hand to display and create their art during the concerts at Chestnut Square and the adjacent “green” to the north of the square where the main stages will be located. The complete list of all the artists, both performing and visual, is available from the festival website (www.musicinmotiontx.com). Admission is $10 on Friday night ($5 for students, veterans and seniors). Saturday night’s concerts have no cover charge. Beer and wine will be available for purchase, as will hot dogs and pizza.

Whatever your favorite type of music, you’ll find it in McKinney, Texas, just about any night of the week and certainly this weekend!

As always, you can learn more about McKinney’s entertainment and live music scene by visiting VisitMcKinney.com and by loading our free Visit McKinney Texas Smartphone app.

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