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Week 4 HS football 5A roundup (part 2): Sachse's Kent Myers tosses 6 first-half TDs; Mesquite Horn rolls
GARLAND — Kent Myers completed 10 of 13 passes for 318 yards and six touchdowns — all in the first half — as Sachse dominated North Garland, 50-8, on Friday night at Williams Stadium in the teams’ District 11-5A opener.
Myers, who exited before halftime with Sachse (5-0, 1-0) leading 44-0, surpassed 300 yards for the fourth time this season. Bruce Brookins was his favorite target, hauling in four passes for 216 yards and three touchdowns.
Scrambling in his own end zone, Myers heaved a bomb to Brookins, who out-jumped two defenders at midfield before racing to the end zone for a stunning 93-yard touchdown. That gave Sachse a 23-0 lead less than halfway through the opening quarter.
Aaron Johnson led the attack for North Garland (1-4, 0-1) with 101 yards on 14 rushes.
Mesquite Horn 49, Tyler Lee 24
TYLER — Destri White passed for 165 yards and two scores and rushed for two more touchdowns as Mesquite Horn dominated Tyler Lee in the District 12-5A opener for both teams.
Horn (3-2, 1-0) scored 28 points in the second quarter to build a 35-10 halftime lead.
White went 14-of-16 and passed to seven different receivers. Horn finished with 528 total yards and 29 first downs. Lynch added 120 yards rushing and Marsh had 87.
Wallace and LeTerrence Simmons each rushed for 95 yards to lead Lee (1-4, 0-1).
McKinney Boyd 42, Lewisville 14
LEWISVILLE — Bryan Driskell set a school record with his 47th career rushing touchdown for McKinney Boyd as the Broncos beat Lewisville at Goldsmith Stadium.
Driskell had 274 yards and four touchdowns on 37 carries for Boyd (2-2). The Broncos totaled 439 yards on 58 carries and finished with 31 first downs.
Lewisville (1-2) took an early lead when Deandre Brown strolled in for a 1-yard score, one play after his 64-yard rush on Lewisville’s first possession.
Boyd stepped it up on defense from there, picking off Lewisville quarterback Matt McDougal three times.
South Garland 31, Garland Naaman Forest 20
GARLAND — Marquel McNac ran for touchdowns of 1 yard and 11 yards in the second half, and Dakota Mather returned an interception 54 yards for a touchdown, helping South Garland beat Naaman Forest in the teams’ district opener.
McNac finished with 31 carries for 192 yards for South Garland (3-2, 1-0). Quarterback Trey Porter added 52 yards on five carries and threw an 18-yard touchdown pass to Dylan Stooksberry.
Juaquin Davis gave Naaman Forest (0-4, 0-1) and early lead with a 41-yard scoring run.
Lake Highlands 46, Richardson Berkner 10
LAKE HIGHLANDS — Lake Highlands (3-1, 1-0 District 9-5A) rolled up 383 rushing yards en route to its third straight win.
Five Lake Highlands players ran for touchdowns, including quarterback Trent Jones (11 rushes, 122 yards) and running back Elbert Landry (18 for 100). Two of Darian Morris’ three carries went for touchdowns.
Berkner (1-3, 0-1) scored its only touchdown when linebacker Triston Robertson intercepted one of Jones’ seven passes and returned it 56 yards.
Richardson 50, Richardson Pearce 35
RICHARDSON — Running back Devante Branch rushed for 147 yards and four touchdowns to lead Richardson in a battle of previously winless teams.
Richardson (1-3, 1-0) amassed 498 yards and 29 first downs. Cameron Booty contributed 145 yards rushing before leaving with a leg injury in the first half.
Pearce (0-4, 0-1) was led by J.R. Griffin, who scored two touchdowns, the first on a diving catch on a 32-yard pass from Rhett Svetgoff.
Rockwall-Heath 45, Rockwall 12
ROCKWALL — Senior quarterback Chase Schultz returned to action and accounted for 345 yards and five touchdowns as Rockwall-Heath routed Rockwall in their District 12-5A opener at Wilkerson-Sanders Stadium.
Schultz, who missed almost two full games after suffering a concussion, led Heath (4-1, 1-0) to touchdowns on its first two possessions. Schultz scored on a 13-yard run and connected with Shyon Motlagh on a 51-yard catch and run. In the second half, Schultz went 10-of-11 for 142 yards and touchdowns to Motlagh and Caleb Moss.
Rockwall (1-3, 0-1) was led by sophomore running back Chris Warren (two touchdowns, 98 yards rushing).
Plano West 47, Flower Mound 7
MURPHY — Auston Anderson ran for 146 yards and three touchdowns for Plano West, which generated 553 yards of offense in beating Flower Mound.
Flower Mound (2-3) trailed by only 14-7 after Finn Foster caught a 14-yard touchdown pass from Connor Wanhanen with 5:53 left in the first half. But Plano West (3-2) took control before halftime by driving 75 yards for a touchdown.
West quarterback Travis Korry added a 49-yard touchdown pass to Zach Gideo early in the third quarter.
W.T. White 58, Sunset 7
ADDISON — W.T. White (2-2, 1-0) exploded for 28 first-quarter points and went on to defeat Sunset (0-4, 0-1) in their District 9-5A game at Kedric Couch Field.
Derrick Williams, a senior defensive back, returned an interception 39 yards for a touchdown on the opening possession and ended White’s scoring onslaught with a 45-yard punt return late in the fourth quarter. He also had an interception.
Running back Jacobii Tisdale, who finished with 100 yards on just six carries, scored on runs of 10 and 63 yards. Quarterback Jamarkus Smith chipped in with a pair of touchdowns, on a 20-yard pass to Cameron Goodlett and a 63-yard run.