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Week 1 Thursday HS football roundup: Teriyon Gipson, Kimball race past Madison; Mesquite Horn blanks Garland
Teriyon Gipson rushed for 233 yards and three touchdowns as Kimball rolled past Madison, 42-12, at Sprague Stadium.
Gipson scored on runs of 7 and 26 yards in the first half, and caught a 25-yard scoring pass from Traveon Thibodeaux as Kimball (2-0) opened up a 35-6 halftime lead. Gipson added a 77-yard touchdown on the first play of the second half.
Thibodeaux finished with two touchdown passes and also rushed for a 23-yard score in the final minute of the first half. Kimball had 330 yards of total offense before halftime.
The Kimball defense forced four turnovers and limited Madison (1-1) to 35 yards rushing.
Jamon Brewer led Madison with 63 yards receiving.
MESQUITE — A suffocating Mesquite Horn defense and consistent offense gave Garland fits as the Jaguars blanked the Owls, 42-0, at E.H. Hanby Stadium.
Treyvon Marsh rushed for 99 yards and four touchdowns, Destri White tossed a pair of scoring passes and Horn (2-0) held Garland (0-2) to 96 total yards and four first downs. Garland ran the ball 28 times for 34 yards.
GARLAND — Yedidiah Louis passed for 230 yards and rushed for an additional 111 to lead Richardson Berkner (1-1) over North Garland (0-2).
In the first half, Louis rushed for three touchdowns and passed for two more, including a 37-yard strike to Michael Weaver II with two seconds remaining in the second quarter.
North Garland tight end Andre King had four catches for a team-high 83 receiving yards and one touchdown.
McKINNEY — Jonathan Shannon and TV Williams each had a rushing and a receiving touchdown to lead McKinney (2-0) to a non-district win over Frisco Heritage (0-2).
Sean Jones had 152 yards and one touchdown rushing for Heritage.
Arl. Sam Houston
MESQUITE — Running backs Corey Hunt and Ta’Varius Luke combined for 215 yards and five scores as North Mesquite dominated Arlington Sam Houston in a non-district game at Memorial Stadium.
North Mesquite finished with 246 yards rushing on 42 carries. Luke accounted for 185 of the team’s 331 total yards.
Robert McIntyre threw for 107 yards and the game-winning touchdown, while Devin Johnson rushed for 93 yards and a score to lead Roosevelt to a comeback victory over Conrad (0-2) at Forester Stadium.
Roosevelt (1-1) came alive late in the third quarter , to overcome a 12-0 deficit.
After getting stuffed at the Conrad 2 late in the third quarter on fourth-and-goal from the 1, Roosevelt got on the scoreboard 1:01 into the fourth when Johnson breached the Conrad defense for a 1-yard run and tacked on the extra-point kick.
McIntyre connected with Dailen Powell for an 11-yard touchdown pass with 7:29 remaining to put Roosevelt ahead for good.
JUSTIN — Joe Gonzalez had three sacks and one fumble returned for a score, and Derek Benson and Sam Jennings had two interceptions each, as Justin Northwest forced seven turnovers, and scored the game’s final 28 points to beat Grapevine.
FW Eastern Hills
Woodrow Wilson (1-1) took advantage of seven turnovers turning them into all of its points in defeating Fort Worth Eastern Hills (0-2) in a non-district game at Franklin Field.
Carr. R.L. Turner
CARROLLTON — Quarterback Cy Ward threw for 345 yards and five touchdowns, pacing Denton (1-1) to a victory over Carrollton R.L. Turner (0-1) at Standridge Stadium.
Carrollton R.L. Turner (0-1) was led in the loss by tailback Jazhaiel Patterson, who turned in Turner’s only score on a 25-yard return after a blocked punt in the second quarter. Patterson also led all rushers with 128 yards on 17 carries.
Jacob Balderas rushed for 159 yards and one touchdown, and Deion Higgins passed for two touchdowns to lead Pinkston (2-0) over Fort Worth Poly (0-2) at Kincaide Stadium.
KELLER — Quarterback Jack McClurg and running back Jimmari Morris each rushed for 185 yards to lead Keller Central past Fort Worth Boswell.
Samuell quaterback Kamron Jones connected with Payton Clark on a 56-yard scoring strike just 56 seconds into the contest to lead Samuell to the win over Molina at Pleasant Grove Stadium.
Eddie Morgan rushed for three touchdowns, and quarterback Heath Dugan passed for another as Venus (2-0) cruised past Thomas Jefferson (0-2) in a non-district contest at Loos Stadium.