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Just in from Garland at Class 5A Region II girls basketball semifinal: The top-ranked team in the state Mansfield Timberview needed a late fourth-quarter rally to prevail over Frisco Lone Star, 49-36, on Friday night at the Curtis Culwell Center.
No. 3 Lone Star had its first lead at 17-15 in the second quarter then trailed, 21-18 at halftime.
Mansfield Summit beat Frisco Liberty, 50-27, in the earlier semifinal Friday at the Culwell in Garland.
Frisco Lone Star moves on to the next round in the state girls basketball playoffs after beating Sulphur Springs, 71-41, in Rockwall on Thursday night. Lone Star is now 33-4.
Kayla Richardson is a big reason Frisco Lone Star is 32-4 and went unbeaten in District 13-5A going into basketball playoffs. Lone Star takes on Sulphur Springs at Rockwall on Thursday night.
Photo shared by Frisco ISD Sports.
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GIRLS SOCCER: Madison McBurnett scored twice and Vivi Ramirez added a goal in Frisco Lone Star’s 3-0 win over Carrollton Newman Smith on Friday.
Frisco Liberty outscored A+ Academy, 9-0, as Ally White, Avery Young and Katie Stoker each scored twice. Sydney Andros, Kassidi Brown and Mary Kate Presley each added a goal.
More scores reported:
Coppell 3, Denton 1
Highland Park 1, Allen 0
Wylie 1, Naaman Forest 0
Collin County area Texas High School Football Results for Thursday night
CLASS 6A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES
Abilene 31, Odessa 21
Garland Naaman Forest 28, Sherman 6
Keller Fossil Ridge 36, Rowlett 22
CLASS 5A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES
Denton Ryan 28, Frisco Lone Star 21
Frisco Heritage 65, Denison 57
Frisco Liberty 55, South Garland 20
Mansfield Timberview 49, Red Oak 0
Mesquite Poteet 49, Forney 35
CLASS 4A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES
Wilmer-Hutchins 35, Dallas Hillcrest 0
Jesus Ferreira @Jesusfcd27 surprised his guidance counselor Abby Cole (left) at Frisco Lone Star High School @LSHSRangers. with what looks like soccer tickets for Back to School Night. … 🙂
Be on hand at the FC Dallas soccer game against the Colorado Rapids on Back to School Night. The game start at 7 p.m. Aug. 12 at Toyota Stadium in Frisco.
Frisco ISD – Texas High School Football Crosstown Showdown
Game of the week: We have been telling everyone to watch out for Frisco’s football (7-1) team this season.
Frisco knocked off previously undefeated Frisco Lone Star, 29-12, on Friday.
Frisco’s Idress Ali ran for 181 yards on 35 carries against Lone Star. Ali is closing in on 2,000 yards rushing for the season. Ali had rushed for 19 touchdowns and 1,873 yards.
Ali scored the game’s first touchdown on a 19-yard run in the first quarter. In the second, he punched in a touchdown from the Lone Star 3-yard line. Frisco went into the half ahead, 22-6.
Lone Star quarterback Jason Shelley (17-24-0) passed for 170 yards and two touchdowns. Shelley ran for 71 on 26 rushing attempts. Shelley is closing in on four milestones. He has passed for 1,951 yards and 26 touchdowns and run for 847 yards and nine touchdowns.
Lone Star’s Michael Johnson (7-97 yards receiving) caught two touchdown passes from Shelley. Johnson scored from the Frisco 43 in the second quarter and from 10 yards out in the fourth quarter.
Lone Star’s Robert Hall was held to 30 yards rushing by Frisco. He has rushed for 14 touchdowns this season.
Jaylen Dixon has 46 receptions and 10 touchdowns for Lone Star. Dixon had six catches for 15 yards vs. Frisco.
Luke Wadley scored on a 3-yard run, and Lucas Reynolds ran in from the 4-yard line for Frisco touchodwns.
Lone Star (8-1) takes on Frisco Independence at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 30. The Frisco Raccoons (7-1) play Wakeland on Thursday, Oct. 29 and Liberty on Friday, Nov. 6.