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Week 6 HS football 5A roundup: Colleyville Heritage wins a wild one; Devante Kincade's 4 TD passes lift Skyline
IRVING — It took 1,103 yards to settle a 56-47 Colleyville Heritage win over Irving MacArthur on Friday night at Irving Schools Stadium.
Quarterback Cody Thomas threw for 541 yards and seven touchdowns for Heritage (5-1, 2-1 District 6-5A), hitting Kaelin Deboskie for 246 of those yards and two touchdowns. Heritage wide reciever Nathan Crouch finished with 178 yards and two touchdowns.
Tyler Petrillo, listed in the program as a wide receiver and linebacker for MacArthur (3-3, 1-2), had his first full game at quarterback and totaled 290 yards of passing for three touchdowns. One score went for 72 yards and another for 51.
Petrillo connected with Darius Moore eight times for 140 yards and two touchdowns while running back Jourdan McNeill picked up 290 yards on 18 carries.
SL Carroll 63, Richland 7
SOUTHLAKE — Quarterback Kenny Hill rushed for four touchdowns and passed for two more as Southlake Carroll defeated Division 4-5A opponent Richland.
Hill rushed for 127 yards and passed for 277 in the game. All of his scoring came in the first half.
Richland (2-4, 0-3) scored a quick touchdown in the first drive of the game off a 1-yard touchdown run by Brandon Maine. Carroll (5-1, 3-0) then rolled off 63 unanswered points.
In the first half, Carroll amassed 419 yards of offense and scored a touchdown on each possession. Carroll had to punt only once in the game.
Ryan Agnew, who replaced Hill in the second half, passed for a touchdown and ran for another.
The Carroll defense held Richland to 90 yards passing.
Arl. Bowie 42, North Crowley 0
NORTH CROWLEY — Sophomore quarterback Tony James accounted for 273 yards of total offense as Arlington Bowie (5-1, 3-0) shut out North Crowley (1-5, 1-2) in a District 3-5A game.
James threw for 171 yards, completing 14 of 19 passes with one touchdown and one interception. James also contributed with his legs, rushing for 102 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries.
Senior Eric Rivers caught six passes for 107 yards and one touchdown. He also ran the ball seven times for 56 yards and a touchdown late in the fourth quarter.
Bowies’ defense limited North Crowley to six first downs and under 100 yards of total offense. Junior Edwin Freeman returned an interception for a touchdown late in the third quarter.
Justin Northwest 24, Haltom 21
Northwest’s Cayden Ihrig kicked a 24-yard field goal as time expired for a victory over Haltom in a District 4-5A game at Northwest ISD.
The winning field goal was set up after Northwest (5-1, 3-0) was forced to punt but kept the ball thanks to a roughing-the-kicker call on Haltom (2-4, 1-2). Five plays later, the field goal won the game.
Haltom turned the ball over three times leading directly to 14 Northwest points. Northwest had just 212 yards of offense, including 8 after one quarter.
Haltom had tied the game at 21 on a Travis Danford’s 1 yard with 7:28 left.
Keller Central 14, Keller Tim. Creek 7
KELLER — Keller Central (4-2, 2-1 in District 4-5A) survived a frantic final minute to beat Keller Timber Creek (1-4, 1-2) at Keller ISD Athletic Complex.
Noah Freitas scored twice on 1-yard runs to give Central a 14-0 lead at the half. Timber Creek got on the scoreboard on Mark Russell’s 2-yard touchdown with 21 seconds remaining in the third quarter.
TyRece Boone blocked a Central punt with about a minute remaining, setting up Timber Creek at the Central 12.
Timber Creek moved up to the Central 1-yard line before Ryan Berns and Drew Bolin combined for a sack on third down. Timber Creek’s final pass went out of bounds as time expired.
Hurst L.D. Bell 77, Carr. R.L. Turner 0
Colson Romano finished 10-of-14 for 251 yards and five touchdowns before being pulled with four minutes left in the second quarter as Hurst L.D. Bell routed Carrollton R.L. Turner at Pennington Field.
The Raiders scored 26 seconds into the game on a 9-yard pass from Romano to Aaron Dixon, which followed a 51-yard pass from Colson to Dixon to start the game.
Dixon hauled in six passes for 154 yards and three touchdowns.
L.D. Bell outgained R.L. Turner 542 yards to 18 in total offense.
Flower Mound 34, Lewisville 33
LEWISVILLE — Flower Mound rallied for the win as Lewisville’s attempt at a last-second field goal was foiled by the clock.
With no timeouts, 14 seconds left and facing a second-and-11 from the Flower Mound 19, the Farmers ran Deandre Brown up the middle. The field goal team, unable to stop the clock, tried to get set, but Lewisville was unable to get off the kick in the ensuing confusion.
Brown was the hero for Lewisville in the defeat with three rushing touchdowns to go with 189 rushing yards on 31 carries. He also had a 56-yard punt return to set up one of the scores.
Brendon Ianiero had four catches for 147 yards and three scores for Flower Mound. Connor Wanahen finished 11-of-16 for 230 yards with three scores and an interception.
Denton Ryan 18, FM Marcus 6
Denton — Flower Mound Marcus couldn’t recover from losing its second-string quarterback to injury, falling to Denton Ryan.
Junior backup Cade Erwin injured his leg on a fourth-down run midway through the first quarter. Senior linebacker Ryan Vaughn replaced Erwin and threw went 8-of-20 for 108 yards.
Marcus’ top quarterback, junior Taylor Gibbs, hurt his leg in a scrimmage in the preseason.
Ryan got on the board first on an 18-play, 79 yard drive that ended with a 31-yard field goal by junior Marc Orozco.
Junior quarterback Mitchell Bridges then threw a 54-yard touchdown pass to junior receiver Trent Willis and a 17-yard touchdown to junior receiver Xavier Gray to make it 15-0 at the half.
Arlington 42, Weatherford 14
WEATHERFORD — Quarterback Connor Huffman threw for 132 yards and two touchdowns, leading Arlington over Weatherford in District 3-5A.
Huffman was 9-of-19 passing for Arlington (5-1, 2-1). Both of his touchdowns went to Dontha Robinson, a 32-yard score in the first quarter and a 12-yarder in the third quarter. Huffman also scored on a 12-yard run in the fourth quarter. Running back Raymond Sheard ran for 56 yards and two touchdowns.
Weatherford (1-5, 0-3) was led by quarterback Colton Mallory, who rushed for 67 yards, and scored on a 63-yard run late in the third quarter.
Irving 27, Grapevine 24
GRAPEVINE — Quarterback Cody Luttrell passed for 249 yards and four touchdowns to lead Irving (2-4, 2-1) to victory over Grapevine (1-4, 0-3) in a District 6-5A contest at Mustang-Panther Stadium.
Luttrell, a senior, connected with Austin Morris on scoring passes of 42 and 8 yards, hooked up with Justin Moore on a 31-yard touchdown pass on the game’s opening possession, and hit Connor Lawrence on a 12-yard touchdown pass two minutes before the half.
Running back Jacobi Perry led the Irving rushing attack with 118 yards on 20 carries.
Grapevine running back Riley Albus finished with 167 yards on 18 attempts, and his 4-yard scoring run with 26 seconds before halftime trimmed the Irving lead to 21-15.
Grapevine’s Blake Nava had three sacks, including one for a safety midway through the third quarter that sliced the Irving lead to 21-17.
Grapevine got the ball back with two minutes left, but failed on a fourth-and-7 from its own 48 to end the game.
Arl. Lamar 66, Arl. Sam Houston 27
ARLINGTON — Arlington Lamar (3-3, 2-1) cruised past Arlington Sam Houston (2-4, 1-2) in a District 3-5A game.
Lamar was led by Cameron Smith’s 166 yards and two touchdowns while Aeron Daniels rushed for 125 yards and one touchdown. Gene Visor threw for 99 yards and three touchdowns.
Ervin Hill led the way for Sam Houston, producing 270 total yards and three touchdowns. Andrew Alvarado rushed for 133 yards and one touchdown.
Skyline 57, Richardson Pearce 14
Devante Kincade had a big night for Skyline, completing 10 of 19 passes for 201 yards and four touchdowns as the Raiders beat Richardson Pearce, 57-14, on Friday night.
Skyline led by 30 points in the first quarter after three touchdown passes by Kincade and a rushing touchdown by Ellis Onic.
Gjordan Dumas scored Pearce’s only two touchdowns in the second quarter.
Kincade also rushed for 101 yards on eight attempts for one touchdown.
Skyline’s Jordan Stevenson rushed for 134 yards on nine attempts and a touchdown. Ra’Shaad Samples caught touchdown passes of 9, 38, and 15 yards.
Pearce’s Rhett Svetgoff completed 13 of 25 passes for 142 yards, and Geoffery Nwarie rushed for 79 yards on 25 carries.
Lake Highlands 41, Richardson 0
Lake Highlands rushed for 294 yards, led by Elbert Landry who ran for 120 yards. Quarterback Trent Jones rushed for 59 yards and a touchdown and threw for 91 yards.
Lake Highlands’ defense scored early in the second quarter when Richardson quarterback Tristain Cockrel had an errant pitch that was fumbled and recovered by Morgan Hubbard. Hubbard returned the fumble for a touchdown.
Richardson, which fumbled four times, losing two, was held to 206 yards.
Duncanville 41, Grand Prairie 26
Running backs Aaron Piper and Jaquan Cole teamed up on a spectacular option run that resulted in a 63-yard tie-breaking touchdown in Duncanville’s win at Panther Stadium.
With the score tied at 20, Piper, who had been split out at wide receiver and running back all evening, took a third-quarter, third-down snap and broke to his left, with Cole flanking him on the option pitch. Piper surged forward with the ball for 3 yards before being hit by three Gopher defenders.
As Piper fell to the ground, he quickly pitched the ball to Cole, who sprinted untouched to the end zone for a 26-20 Duncanville lead.
After a defensive stand, the Panthers faced fourth-and-15. Duncanville coach Jeff Dicus called a reverse for Cole, who converted. On next play, Piper scored on a 13-yard run, giving the Panthers a 34-20 lead with six minutes remaining.
Grand Prairie quarterback Jaylen Fails threw for 266 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran for a score.
Duncanville finished with 381 rushing yards. Grand Prairie ran for only 26 yards.
Rich. Berkner 50, Sunset 0
Quarterback Calvin Jones sat out the second half with Berkner holding a 36-0 lead but still rushed for 94 yards and four touchdowns.
Berkner added two late touchdowns on the ground to finish with 231 yards rushing. William Clark, Jones’ replacement, rushed for 90 yards and a touchdown.
Sunset failed to score an offensive touchdown for the fifth time this season. Derron Warren led Sunset with 23 yards rushing.
McKinney Boyd 55, Plano West 28
Bryan Driskell rushed for 201 yards on 26 carries and scored four touchdowns for McKinney Boyd.
Driskell also scored on a 77-yard kick return to start the second half. Junior Curtis Ladd passed for 134 yards and two scores.
Kalvon Howard added 106 yards on 11 carries, including scoring runs of 4 and 31 yards. Boyd rushed for 407 yards on 53 carries, averaging 7.7 yards per rush.
Auston Anderson led Plano West with 86 rushing yards and a pair of touchdowns.
Sachse 23, Rowlett 20
Kent Myers rushed for 136 yards and the game-winning 4-yard touchdown with 4:05 remaining to lift Sachse at Williams Stadium.
Myers also completed 18 of 28 passes for 190 yards and a touchdown. Devine Ozigbo gained 79 yards rushing on 19 carries, as well as 35 yards and a touchdown on three receptions, as Sachse avoided the upset.
Carson Hyles threw for 185 yards and scored a touchdown rushing for Rowlett, which led 20-16 after Aspen Hulme kicked a 38-yard field goal, his second of the game, with 7:51 to go.
But for the fourth time this season, Rowlett was unable to hold onto a late fourth-quarter lead when Myers capped a 74-yard drive that chewed 3:46 off the clock, with the 4-yard TD run.
On its final possession, Rowlett turned the ball over on downs with 3:32 remaining.
Rockwall 49, North Mesquite 29
Rockwall had more than 500 yards offense with the majority coming in the second half. Chris Warren had 261 yards rushing on 36 carries and scored four touchdowns.
Dylan Campman had 174 combined yards and a touchdown for Rockwall.
North Mesquite played from behind all night. Ta’Varius Luke caught a 9-yard touchdown pass from Cody Williams. Thomas Oberg had a 47-yard interception return to bring the Stallions within one point late in the second quarter.
Longview 52, Rockwall-Heath 27
Tory White rushed 116 yards and two scores as Longview dominated Rockwall-Heath.
Longview rushed 48 times for 321 yards and amassed 395 total yards.
Longview took the opening kickoff and marched 75 yards in six plays. The drive ended with White scoring on a 44-yard run with 9:45 remaining in the first quarter.
White carried it nine times for 101 yards in the first quarter. Longview rushed 16 times for 161 yards and held a 194-46 edge in total yards.
L’Darrius Peterson scored on a 27-yard run on the first play of the second quarter to give Longview a 28-0 lead.
Dezmond Chumley passed 22 yards to Antonius Sanders with 8:20 remaining in the second quarter to make it 35-0.
Chase Schultz finished with 144 yards passing for Rockwall-Heath and accounted for 177 total yards. Shyon Motlagh finished with five receptions for 77 yards.
Mansfield 49, Midlothian 35
Mansfield had 488 total yards, 345 from a powerful running attack led by Julius Lewis. Lewis had 237 yards for the game, 174 yards coming in the first half.
Midlothian suffered its first loss of the season on an evening when Justin Seeton scored four touchdowns. Seeton ran for 62 yards and three touchdowns.