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Week 8 HS football 3A/2A/Private schools roundup: Argyle WR scores on on run, pass, reception and 80-yard return in 69-0 win
FRISCO — Ian Sadler became the first player in Argyle history to record a rushing, passing, receiving and return touchdown in the same game, as Argyle defeated Frisco Lone Star, 69-0, in District 10-3A.
Sadler, a junior wide receiver, threw a 54-yard touchdown pass to Dalton Ledford to start the scoring for Argyle (7-1, 2-0). He later scored on a 2-yard rush and a 20-yard reception as Argyle built a 34-0 lead by the end of the first quarter. Sadler had five catches for 101 yards, all in the first half.
Sadler then completed his night with an 80-yard punt return for a touchdown in the third quarter.
AUBREY — Aubrey gave state-ranked Celina all it could handle for a half. But the second half was a different story as Celina used its size, depth and experience to capitalize on Aubrey miscues and pull away at Chaparral Stadium.
Celina (7-1, 3-0 in District 10-3A) broke open a 13-6 game at the half with a dominating defense and methodical offensive drives in the third quarter.
FORT WORTH — Donny Darville rushed for five touchdowns and 167 yards on 12 carries to lead Kennedale (6-2, 3-0 in District 6-3A) past Castleberry. The junior left midway through the third quarter as Kennedale had the game well in hand.
Kennedale’s defense held Castleberry to 23 yards and three first downs.
FARMERSVILLE — Darren Pennington rushed for 109 yards and three touchdowns to lead Farmersville (4-4, 2-2) past Caddo Mills (3-6, 3-2).
Madison rode a strong rushing attack and stingy defense to shut out Roosevelt in a District 11-3A game at Sprague Stadium.
Trey Gardener led Madison (4-4, 2-0) with 192 of the team’s 267 rushing yards and added two touchdowns.
BONHAM — Marcus Ellis rushed for 214 yards on 14 carries and had touchdown runs of 41, 42 and 44 yards as Melissa (6-2, 2-0) all but clinched a Division II playoff spot by defeating Bonham (2-7, 1-2) in District 12-3A play.
Jackson Webb had a 12-yard touchdown run, and Chris Smith added a 29-yard scoring run for Melissa, which held Bonham to 108 yards and only four first downs.
Ellis also had an interception and accounted for 22 of Melissa’s 34 points, as he also converted two 2-point runs.
Eli Ballard had a 63-yard interception return for Bonham, while Jacob Kemp rushed for 68 yards on 10 carries.
PRINCETON — Princeton roared to a 42-14 halftime lead and never looked back in its victory over Anna. Princeton (8-0, 2-0) remains undefeated on the season, while Anna fell to 6-3, 1-2.
Jakari Dillard led Princeton with eight catches for 96 yards. Jourdan Blake rushed for 95 yards, and Tyler West added 76 yards on the ground. Princeton rushed for 253 yards while holding Anna to 108. Princeton added 206 passing yards to Anna’s 84.
Malik Berry led Anna with 61 yards rushing and 36 yards receiving.
KAUFMAN — Kaufman running back Josh Ramirez ran for 150 yards and two touchdowns to lead Kaufman over Crandall.
After falling behind 7-0 in the first quarter, Kaufman scored 28 unanswered points to put the game out of reach.
FERRIS — Ferris scored twice after two interceptions in the first quarter and added a second-quarter touchdown on a 39-yard pass from Javaughn Thurman to Darius Rouwtt as it took a 21-0 lead into halftime.
Ferris’ fortunes were reversed in the second half as it lost four fumbles. Wilmer Hutchins scored off three of those fumbles to take the game into overtime. Javauhn Thurman scored the go-ahead touchdown for Ferris on a 13-yard run, and Niko Garza intercepted a Wilmer-Hutchins pass to seal the victory.
PILOT POINT — Pilot Point couldn’t stop Whitesboro’s Collins Kilcrease — or keep from shooting itself in the foot.
Kilcrease ran for 216 yards and scored four touchdowns, including one on a 67-yard fumble return.
Along with giving up three non-offensive scores, Pilot Point committed 16 penalties for 140 yards.
KRUM — A big third quarter and twin 100-yard rushing performances by running back Reed Flores and quarterback Caz Wojciak kept Krum unbeaten Friday night, as it downed neighborhood rival Sanger in District 9-3A action.
Krum, 9-0 in its first season of UIL play, is 3-0 in district and set for a title showdown next week at Gainesville.
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ADDISON — Quarterback Daniel Davidson scored on a 22-yard run with one minute left, and TCA-Addison’s defense thwarted a final drive with an interception to beat Argyle Liberty Christian, 42-35.
Davidson threw for 330 yards, including two touchdowns to Tanner Snow, for TCA-Addison (6-2, 3-1 TAPPS 1-I). Nahshon Ellerbe ran for 102 yards.
Foster Ford threw for 179 yards and three touchdowns, and ran for two other scores for Argyle (5-3, 2-2).
OKLAHOMA CITY — Down 28-21 in the fourth quarter, Oakridge failed to convert a fourth-and-two and could not get any closer.
Quarterback Tyler Woolsy threw for 258 yards and two scores, and had a rushing touchdown for Oakridge (4-5, 3-4 SPC North).
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Carr. Prince Peace
TYLER — Kade Clayton racked up 223 total yards and four touchdowns for Tyler Grace Community (7-1, 4-1 TAPPS II-2), which finished with 626 yards.
Grace outscored Prince of Peace (5-3, 2-3) 35-7 in the second half to break open the game. Quarterback Pat Hoerr led Prince of Peace with 157 yards and a touchdown rushing. Prince of Peace ran 62 times for 323 yards.
MESQUITE — D’Andre Cannon scored four touchdowns to lead Dallas Christian (8-0, 5-0 TAPPS 2-II) to its best start since 2008 when it won the state championship with a 14-0 record.
Ranked No. 3 in SportsDay’s large private school rankings, Dallas Christian was never threatened by Shelton (1-6, 1-4), as it jumped to a 21-0 lead after the first quarter. Cannon rushed for 106 yards on just eight carries, three of them for touchdowns. Dallas Christian held Shelton to 35 yards on 30 rushing attempts.
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FW Southwest Chr.
FORT WORTH — Arlington Grace Prep (3-6, 2-3 TAPPS 1-II) limited Southwest Christian (3-5, 0-4) to 132 total yards, and Brad Horner and Nate Hodapp combined for more than 200 yards rushing and three scores.
Bull. Brook Hill
Parish Episcopal’s duo of Tre Vance and Zach Shelly rushed for 297 yards combined and three touchdowns.
John Paul II
Running back Justin Hawthorne rushed for 130 yards and five touchdowns, including three in the fourth quarter, to lead Bishop Dunne (4-4, 1-3 TAPPS 1-I ).
Quarterback Ryan Cook paced John Paul II (1-7, 0-5) with two touchdown passes and another two scores on the ground.
Dallas Lutheran’s Jonny Klein intercepted a pass and returned it 55 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter, but Garland Christian scored the next 47 points.
Cody King had 101 receiving yards and three touchdowns for Garland Christian (5-2, 3-0 TAPPS 3-III).
FW All Saints
Fort Worth All Saints quarterback Foster Sawyer threw for 272 yards and two touchdowns, including a 53-yard score to Charlie Reid. Jonathan Song also kicked a school-record 51-yard field goal in the second half.
Dare Odeyingbo rushed for 105 yards on 19 carries for Cistercian.
Ladarrian Ellis-Jones and Demun Mercer each rushed for fourth-quarter touchdowns to lead La Marque.
Ira Nunley IV rushed for 55 yards for Bishop Lynch (5-3, 2-2s.
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Payne Sullins threw for four touchdowns, including two to Andrew Kaluza in the first half, to lead Waco Reicher, which built a 42-7 halftime lead.
Shack Heppes caught two touchdown passes from Bryce Wasserman, who threw for 171 yards, for Grapevine Faith (2-6, 0-4 TAPPS 1-II).
St. Mark’s set the tone on its first offense play with a 67-yard touchdown pass from Jordan Webb to Reid Thompson.
Webb completed 11 of 17 passes for 396 yards and five touchdowns. Greenhill running back Aston Ford finished with 23 carries for 89 yards and one score.
Tulsa Holland Hall
Episcopal School of Dallas
Episcopal School of Dallas scored 13 unanswered points in the fourth quarter, but a blocked PAT and a 41-yard field goal knocked it out of playoff contention.