Thursday Week 5 HS football roundup: Garland Lakeview deals Sachse first defeat behind 28-point explosion

GARLAND — Senior running back Demarcus Hall ran for two scores in the fourth quarter to lead Garland Lakeview (4-2, 1-1 11-5A) to victory over previously unbeaten Sachse (5-1, 1-1) at Homer B. Johnson Stadium.

Trailing 41-21, Lakeview scored 28 consecutive points, beginning with Neiman Reed’s 31-yard reception from Brent Davenport with 33 seconds left in the third quarter. On Sachse’s ensuing possession, Xavier Cooper forced a fumble, and Checotah Peachee recovered at the Sachse 28 for Lakeview. Six plays later, Hall ran in from 6 yards out to cut Sachse’s lead to six.

Lakeview’s Alex Walker recovered the kickoff at the 50. It was a line drive that smacked off a Sachse up-man and ricocheted to the 50. Eight plays and three minutes later, Lakeview took its first lead, 42-41, on Davenport’s 1-yard plunge.

Sachse moved to the Centennial 22 but turned the ball over on downs. On the next play, Hall sprinted 63 yards to the Sachse 15. Two plays later, he ran in, untouched, from the 22, to give Centennial an eight-point lead. Hall finished with 144 yards.

Carr. Creekview

Carr. N. Smith

CARROLLTON — Senior running back Adrian Williams carried the ball, and three defenders, in from the 5-yard line on a go-ahead 9-yard touchdown run in the third overtime at Standridge Stadium.

After the teams traded field goals and touchdowns in the first two overtimes, Newman Smith kicker Edward Valadez kicked a 23-yard field goal for a 34-31 lead before Williams’ heroics three plays into Creekview’s final possession.

Creekview (3-2, 1-1 10-4A) reached overtime on offensive lineman Omar Pereira’s heads-up play, jumping on a fumble in the end zone with 2:42 left in the fourth quarter to tie the score, 21-21.

Highland Park

North Forney

FORNEY — Senior quarterback Jet Tuma passed for 143 yards and three touchdowns, and senior running back Hank Howard scored four touchdowns to lead Highland Park (4-1, 2-0 10-4A).



FW North Side

NORTH RICHLAND HILLS — Birdville rolled up 534 yards, with receivers Collin Basinger and Will Hayward catching two touchdown passes apiece. Birdville (6-0, 4-0 10-4A) scored 28 points in the opening quarter.


Thomas Jefferson

Rocky Reyes passed for 173 yards and a score and rushed for another as Hillcrest dominated Thomas Jefferson at Franklin Field. Hillcrest (3-2, 2-0 12-4A) amassed 385 total yards.


Arl. Bowie

FW Paschal

ARLINGTON — Arlington Bowie, the No. 6-ranked Class 5A team in the SportsDayHS poll, racked up 460 yards.


Justin Northwest

Keller F. Ridge

KELLER — Emmanuel Moore scored on passes of 24 and 20 yards from Draze Lawliss to help Northwest rally from a 10-0 deficit.

West Mesquite


MESQUITE — West Mesquite forced four first-half turnovers and used a 34-point outburst in the first quarter to crush Terrell at Mesquite Memorial Stadium. West Mesquite (4-1, 2-0) also blocked two punts and intercepted back-to-back Terrell passes for touchdowns.


Tulsa Holland Hall

IRVING — Dare Obeyingbo and Matthew Merrick paced a balanced offensive attack for Cistercian. Obeyingbo rushed for 169 yards on 30 carries and two touchdowns for Cistercian (5-1, 3-1).




Richardson’s Tyler Cook ran for 105 yards and a touchdown on just five carries at Sprague Stadium. The game was called with 5:01 remaining in the fourth quarter after an interception by Richardson’s Nurein Omar in the end zone resulted in a fight breaking out on the field that emptied both sidelines. Order was restored after about three minutes.



North Dallas

ADDISON — Kimball (3-2, 1-1 11-4A) snapped a two-game losing streak by scoring touchdowns on each of its first eight possessions, seven of those in the first half.

Frisco Lone Star


FRISCO — Frisco Lone Star found the end zone on each of its first four offensive possessions. Lone Star (5-1) got three touchdown passes from Will Campbell, who finished 13-of-17 for 183 yards.

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