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Week 5 5A roundup: Cedar Hill holds on for 28-22 win over Timberview
Southlake Carroll survives close call; Duncanville wins
CEDAR HILL — Damion Hobbs rushed for 136 yards and two touchdowns as Cedar Hill beat Mansfield Timberview, 28-22, in a District 5-5A game Friday night.
Hobbs scored on an 11-yard run in the first quarter, and running back Jared Rayford scored on a 6-yard run on Cedar Hill’s next possession.
Cedar Hill took advantage of two Mansfield Timberview miscues. After a turnover on the Cedar Hill 13, Hobbs scored on a 40-yard run to go up 21-7. The ensuing kickoff was recovered by Cedar Hill and two plays later Laquvionte Gonzalez scored on a 17-yard run for a 28-7 lead.
Southlake Carroll 26, Keller 21
KELLER — Southlake Carroll forced Keller to turn the ball over on downs near midfield with 1:29 remaining to preserve the District 7-5A victory.
Carroll, ranked No. 6 in SportsDay’s 5A area rankings, seemed poised to cruise to a victory after Kenny Hill’s 60-yard scoring run midway through the second quarter gave Carroll a 23-0 lead. Then Drew Brown’s 33-yard field goal just minutes later extended the advantage to 26.
Keller mounted a furious rally behind quarterback Davis Webb, who threw for 240 yards and two touchdowns. Webb connected on scoring passes of 29 and 18 yards for his team’s first two touchdowns. A 12-play, 80-yard drive by Keller to start the fourth quarter cut the lead to 26-21.
Duncanville 38, Midlothian 31
DUNCANVILLE — Duncanville’s Jaquan Cole scored on a 5-yard run with 3:16 remaining, and the defense held Midlothian scoreless in the fourth quarter.
Cole rushed for 184 yard and two touchdowns.
Midlothian recovered a Duncanville fumble on the opening kickoff and scored two plays later to take an early 7-0 lead. Midlothian enjoyed more good fortune on kickoffs when Brendan Cornel ran the second-half kickoff back 86 yards for a score to put Midlothian up 24-14.
Grapevine 31, Haltom 14
NORTH RICHLAND HILLS — Grapevine (3-3 overall, 2-2 in District 6-5A) scored 21 points in the fourth quarter, including two touchdowns by Brett Harbin, to take control in the win over Haltom (2-3, 1-2) at Birdville Fine Arts/Athletics Complex.
Early in the third quarter, Haltom’s Quashunn Mitchell took an option pitch for a 6-yard scoring run to give Haltom a 14-7 lead. Grapevine’s Nik Grau kicked a 30-yard field goal to cut the deficit to 14-10 heading into the final period.
Colleyville Heritage 21, Irving MacArthur 3
GRAPEVINE — Colleyville Heritage combined solid first-half offense and strong second-half defense to power a convincing District 6-5A win.
Heritage (5-1 overall, 3-1 in Disctrict 6-5A) rolled up 483 yards, with most of the yardage coming through the passing game and quarterback Cody Thomas. Thomas threw for 356 yards and three touchdowns on 35-of-56 passing. Nolan Brown had 12 catches for 133 yards.
Richland 14, Irving 0
IRVING — Quarterback Walker Burns ran for two touchdowns in the first quarter, and the Richland defense made it stand up in the 6-5A game at Irving Schools Stadium.
Irving managed only 95 total yards.
Mansfield Legacy 27, Grand Prairie 19
MANSFIELD — Kijana Amous rushed for 219 yards on 33 carries, including a 5-yard score in the fourth quarter, to lead Mansfield Legacy. Five of Legacy’s six possessions started in Grand Prairie territory.
Grand Prairie scored twice late in the game and was led by Devante Lacy, who had seven receptions for 111 yards and two touchdowns.
Keller Central 41, Saginaw 20
SAGINAW — Keller Central running backs Jimmari Morris and Martin Alvarez combined for 183 yards rushing and three touchdowns. Morris had a 72-yard touchdown run, and Alvarez ran for a 34-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter of the District 7-5A game.
Senior Tanner Tausch threw for 163 yards and two touchdowns. Gator Alexander and Zack Sanchez led the team in receiving yards and a receiving touchdown each. Defensive back Trevor Demerson returned a fumble 42 yards for a touchdown.
Arlington Bowie 49, Arlington Sam Houston 0
ARLINGTON — Russell Hansbrough ran for 194 yards and five touchdowns to lead Arlington Bowie.
Bowie’s defense smothered Arlington Sam Houston, which didn’t manage a first down until midway through the third quarter. Sam Houston finished with just 82 total yards, all rushing.
Bowie’s Caleb Potter returned a fumble 43 yards for a score and the defense twice tackled Sam Houston ball carriers in the end zone for safeties.
Arlington Lamar 42, Weatherford 0
WEATHERFORD — Connor Berry threw for 230 yards and four touchdowns to four different receivers in Arlington Lamar’s District 4-5A victory. Davion Jackson also returned an interception 22 yards for a touchdown.
North Crowley 42, Fort Worth Paschal 10
FORT WORTH — North Crowley scored 14 points and wrapped up the victory in the game that began Thursday night but was postponed by storms.