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Week 4 Roundup: Aledo's Gray adds five more TDs to his record
Wylie starts fast in second half to run away from McKinney
KELLER — Johnathan Gray rolled up 267 total yards and five touchdowns on just 10 touches as Aledo routed Keller Timber Creek, 62-17, in the District 5-4A opener at Keller ISD Athletic Complex.
Gray, who broke Texas’ all-time career touchdown record last week, extended his mark to 153 with four rushing scores and his first receiving touchdown of the season. He had eight carries for 207 yards with scores covering 69, 14, 34, and 54 yards. The 54-yarder was Aledo’s first play from scrimmage in the third quarter, and Gray sat the rest of the game. His 48-yard receiving touchdown came on a bubble screen. He broke two tackles in the backfield and then raced up the middle for a 59-10 lead.
Wylie 41, McKinney 22
McKINNEY — Victor Jones rushed for 198 yards and four touchdowns as Wylie won its District 10-4A opener over McKinney at Ron Poe Stadium.
Wylie got a big play to start the second half when Trevor Harper hauled in a 40-yard pass from Donald Slay. Jones scored on a 36-yard run on the next play for a 21-8 lead. Following a McKinney punt, Wylie scored again when Jones burst free on a 75-yard run and a 28-8 lead with 8:32 left in the third quarter.
Wylie broke out to a 13-0 lead by converting two fourth-down plays that led to Jones’ 4-yard scoring run. The point-after kick was blocked, and McKinney’s JJ Johnson returned the loose ball 96 yards for a two-point conversion return.
Jones, a junior, wore the number 46 normally worn by teammate Drew Myers, a junior defensive lineman who is recovering after suffering a stroke last week.
Frisco Heritage 25, Carrollton Creekview 17
FRISCO — Cole-Bailey Cantwell threw for 147 yards and two touchdowns to lead Frisco Heritage (2-2, 1-0 District 9-4A) to its first district football win in school history. Heritage went 0-10 last year, its first varsity football season.
Jacob Harrison rushed for 93 yards, and Oscar Gomez added 88 as Heritage held a 359-93 edge in total offense. Abdallah Yazadi caught both of Cantwell’s scoring passes, a 51-yarder in the first quarter, with the second going for 16 yards in the third.
In the fourth quarter, Creekview cut the margin to 25-17 on David Blough’s 5-yard run with 57 seconds to go. But, Heritage recovered the ensuing onside kick and ran out the clock.
South Garland 40, North Garland 10
GARLAND — Ezekiel Spellman and Marquel McNac each scored two touchdowns to lead South Garland in the District 10-5A game at Homer B. Johnson Stadium. South Garland had 438 yards of offense, including 406 on the ground.
Spellman rushed for 155 yards on 16 attempts. McNac rushed for two touchdowns in the third quarter to make the score 26-10. McNac rushed for 80 yards on seven attempts.
North Garland quarterback Dai’Qwan Washington accounted for 178 of the team’s 228 yards. Washington rushed for 124 yards on 32 carries.
Kimball 54, Pinkston 0
Kimball (4-0, 1-0 District 11-4A) scored touchdowns on six consecutive possessions in the first half and defeated Pinkston (0-4, 0-1) at Sprague Stadium.
Quarterback Jaalen Adkins ran for two touchdowns and threw for two more. He passed for 179 yards. Teriyon Gipson led all rushers with 126 yards on 10 carries. He scored twice.
Seagoville 52, North Dallas 0
Tyler Hatton rushed for 90 yards and three scores as Seagoville rolled past North Dallas in the District 11-4A opener at Franklin Field.
Kailion Hughey rushed for 75 yards on 11 carries. He capped the game’s opening drive with a 36-yard touchdown run. Quarterback Roland Hyder added a 61-yard punt return for a score in the second quarter. Seagoville later added three more second-quarter scores en route to 233 first-half yards and a 33-0 halftime advantage.
North Dallas (1-3. 0-1) managed just 13 total yards.
Haltom 44, Irving Nimitz 0
IRVING — James Gibbs rushed 30 times for 232 yards and two scores as Haltom routed Irving Nimitz in a District 6-5A game at Irving Schools Stadium. Travis Danford was 3-for-3 passing with two touchdowns.
Haltom (2-2, 1-1) took 14 plays on its first drive but turned the ball over on downs. Nimitz would not stop Haltom again. Haltom finished the first half on scoring drives consisting of eight, two and six plays.
Frisco Lone Star 49, Bells 21
FRISCO — Macauley Johnson rushed for 83 yards and four touchdowns to lead Frisco Lone Star (3-2) to the nondistrict win over Bells (0-4). Frisco Lone Star built a 35-0 lead in the first half before the second-string took over.
FW Arl. Heights 41, FW Trimble Tech 0
FORT WORTH — Fort Worth Arlington Heights (4-0, 3-0) scored 27 first-quarter points and cruised to a District 6-4A victory over Trimble Tech at Farrington Field.
Kameron Holmes led the way with 91 yards and two scores on nine carries. Quarterback Omar Valadez rushed for 55 yards, including a touchdown, and threw for 103 yards and a touchdown.