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Week 2 Thursday roundup: North Dallas' feverish fourth quarter leads to win; McKinney Boyd hangs up 51 points; Frisco makes statement in victory against Lovejoy
McKinney Boyd 51, Garland 9
Dedrick Skrivens finished with 201 all-purpose yards and scored five touchdowns for McKinney Boyd (1-2) who got its first win of the season at Ron Poe Stadium.
Skrivens ran for 129 yards on 14 carries with four touchdowns. He also caught three passes for 82 yards and another score.
Boyd senior quarterback Curtis Ladd was 11-for-18 passing for 200 yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed for 71 yards on nine carries, including a 48-yard run on Boyd’s second offensive play of the night to set up an 18-yard run by Scrivens with 7:14 left in the first quarter.
Boyd limited Garland (0-3) to just 138 total yards and seven first downs while forcing four turnovers (three interceptions, one fumble).
FW Country Day 31, Arlington Grace Prep 14
J.R.Gideon scored four times to lead Country Day (2-0, 1-0).
Gideon’s 1-yard TD run increased the lead to 17-0 in the second quarter. Grace Prep (0-2) scored when running back Elijah McIntyre hauled in a 69-yard strike from quarterback Jacob Daniels to make the score 17-7.
But Gideon put Country Day up, 24-7, on a 2-yard run with just under three minutes to go in the first half.
Mesquite 47, Garland Naaman Forest 33
Shadavian Reed rushed for 218 yards and joined Robert Blythe and Octayvius Miles with two touchdowns apiece as Mesquite (2-1) won at Williams Stadium.
Reed needed only 12 carries, aided by two long touchdown runs covering 83 and 77 yards, to average over 18 yards per carry.
Miles caught a 57-yard touchdown pass and took an onside kick back 48 yards for another score.
Trailing 26-0 at the half, Naaman’s Chase Harris returned the second-half kickoff 91 yards for a touchdown.
Junior Michael Nelson led Naaman (1-2) with 212 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries.
Lewisville 22, Irving 20
Tluang Hmung kicked a 28-yard field goal with 13 seconds left in the game to give Lewisville the win.
Irving (2-1) scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to briefly take the lead.
Quarterback Matt McDougal threw for 208 yards and two touchdowns for Lewisville (1-2). Cameron Creal finished with 119 yards receiving and a touchdown.
Carl McGhee led the Lewisville rushing attack with 97 yards on the ground.
Plano West 35, South Garland 17
Plano West (2-1) took advantage of five South Garland turnovers and scoring 28 unanswered points to break away from South Garland (1-2) played at H.B. Johnson Stadium.
It was Plano West’s fourth consecutive victory over South Garland.
Plano West added to its 14-10 halftime lead when they converted a fumble recovery and a Mark Cooks interception in the third quarter stretching its lead to 28-10.
Plano West got on the board first when senior linebacker Rico Hall fell on a loose ball in the end zone after an errant snap on an attempted punt on the second play of the second quarter.
Plano West amassed 407 yards of total offense.
Frisco Lone Star 54, Lake Worth 20
Frisco Lone Star outgained Lake Worth, 481-177, in total yards in a convincing victory at Toyota Stadium.
Lone Star (3-0) scored touchdowns in every quarter, with five different players getting scores.
Lone Star tailback Ramon Harris rushed for a game-high 140 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries.
Michael Johnson and Austin De Leon each hauled in touchdown catches, including a 52-yard scoring catch and run from Johnson.
Fort Worth South Hills 36, Pinkston 16
Quarterback Tralin Wallace passed for two touchdowns and rushed for another to lead Fort Worth South Hills at John E. Kincaide Stadium.
Fort Worth South Hills (3-0) trailed 16-15 when Wallace connected with Treylon LaSalle on a 60-yard scoring strike with just over eight minutes to play in the third quarter.
Wallace, 9-of-14 for 197 yards, added a pair of touchdowns in the final period when he scored from 4 yards out and threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to Tylan Wallace.
Quarterback Deion Higgins led Pinkston (2-1) with 211 yards passing and two touchdowns.
St. Mark's 31, Cistercian 14
John Webb threw first-half touchdown passes of 39, 80, 38 and 3 yards to wide receiver John Caldwell to lead St. Mark’s (2-0, 1-0). Webb finished the game 28-of-49 for 509 yards and four touchdowns.
Running back Dare Odeyingbo led Cistercian (2-1, 1-1) with 185 yards on 24 attempts, including a 52-yard touchdown.
Fort Worth All Saints 56, Greenhill 14
Foster Sawyer threw for 273 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for another in the first half to lead All Saints (3-0, 1-0) past Dallas Greenhill (1-2, 0-2).
Sawyer’s favorite target was Blaze Moorhead, who hauled in six passes for 139 yards and two scores. He also added an 11-yard rushing touchdown and returned an interception 25 yards for a score.
Dallas Greenhill scored on a 4-yard run by Matthew Jones and 39-yard pass from James Bradford to Jalen Sharp.
Frisco 49, Lovejoy 36
Max Steitle rushed 26 times for 297 yards and a touchdown as Frisco beat Lovejoy.
Steitle had 213 yards in the first half as Frisco jumped out to a 28-3 second-quarter lead.
Lovejoy rallied when Hunter Pfaff scored from the 3 on the opening drive of the second half to make it 31-22.
But Steitle broke free for 53 yards on his first carry of the second half, setting up a 1-yard touchdown run by Jake Battaglia.
Dakota Michaels was 17-of-26 passing for 269 yards and two touchdowns for Lovejoy.
Fort Worth Wyatt 33, Samuell 27
Javonte Adams scored on a 7-yard run on O.D. Wyatt’s first possession of overtime at Pleasant Grove Stadium.
Wyatt’s Javonte Adams also ran 64 yards untouched for a touchdown and finished with 278 yards rushing. The team finished with 378 yards rushing.
North Dallas 34, Sunset 26
North Dallas (2-0) scored 20 points in the second half at Sprague Stadium to beat Sunset (0-2).
Quarterback Jason Medellin of North Dallas completed 10 of 21 passes for 195 yards and two touchdowns. Sunset rushed for 138 yards, getting 111 yards from Julio Gonzalez on 14 carries.