Frisco ISD football – Fast start gives Frisco big win over previously unbeaten Lone Star, 29-12

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.

Texas High School Football Thursday roundup: Frisco 31, The Colony 21 – Frisco Centennial 54, Heritage 33

Frisco remained unbeaten with a 31-21 victory over The Colony on Thursday night.

The Colony (1-3) led, 6-0, after one quarter on field goals of 26 and 38 yards by Dylan Klein.

Lucas Reynolds (4-10 yards rushing) started the scoring for Frisco at 10:09 in the second quarter with a 2-yard run. Luke Wadley nailed a 22-yard field goal for a 10-6 margin. With 1:57 remaining in the first half, Idress Ali went 20 yards for a 17-6 lead at the half.

Frisco (4-0) saw its defense rise to the challenge, shutting out The Colony in the second quarter.

Frisco’s Hunter Jackson ran in from The Colony 4-yard line at 10:29 in the third quarter. Jackson finished with 97 yards rushing on eight attempts.

Ali, who ran for 237 yards on 23 attempts, scored again with a 13-yard run.

The Colony’s Khalil Banks (30-126 yards rushing) scored on a 3-yard run in the third and on a 72-yard reception on a pass from Jemel Jones Jr. (9-21-0, 169 yards). Banks caught two passes for 107 yards.

Frisco takes on Frisco Centennial at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25, and plays host to Frisco Heritage on Friday, Oct. 2.

The Colony plays Frisco Independence on Friday, Sept. 25 and Lone Star on Thursday, Oct. 1.

Frisco Centennial 54, Frisco Heritage 33: Centennial’s Anthony Pegues ran for 254 yards and scored three touchdowns in a 54-33 crosstown win against Frisco Heritage in District 9-5A action at Toyota Stadium on Thursday.
Centennial (2-1) received a boost on defense from Sullivan McLean, who came up with a fumble return for 35 yards.

Heritage (2-2l) was led by four touchdowns by Amare Jones, and Kene Nwangwu ran for 191 yards. Bubba Ogbebor (2 TD) caught 10 passes for 169 yards.

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