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Week 2 3A/Private roundup: Bishop Dunne shocks Lincoln; Sanger, Kennedale each rack up 50 points
Bishop Dunne 42, Lincoln 41
Defensive back Nick Watkins picked off a pass with 10 seconds remaining to secure Bishop Dunne's stunning 42-41 win over Lincoln high school Friday night at Bishop Dunne stadium.
Bishop Dunne trailed 41-35 with under two minutes remaining but quarterback Micah Simon completed a 16 yard pass to Isaiah Talton giving the Falcons a 42-41 lead.
Simon finished the game completing 16 of 27 pass attempts for 150 yards and three touchdowns to go along with 108 rushing yards.
Donnell finished with 231 yards in the air and three touchdowns, two of them going to the Neal twins who combined for two touchdowns, 153 receiving yards, and 69 rushing yards.
Both Erik Neal and Derrick Neal verbally committed to play basketball at UT Arlington earlier this year.
The win improved Bishop Dunne's record to 2-1 while the loss dropped Lincoln to 0-2 this season.
Parish Episcopal 61, Spruce 0
Dominic Williams scored three touchdowns on runs of 26, 23 and 22 yards, and Xavier Suggs had touchdown receptions of 37 and 30 yards to carry Parish Episcopal to a commanding 61-0 shutout over Spruce.
Spruce was led by Kajual Anderson, who had three carries for a team-high 40 yards.
Argyle 53, Paris 7
ARGYLE — Argyle’s Ian Sadler scored five touchdowns on Friday night, pacing an impressive all-around team effort as Argyle rolled to a decisive home victory over Paris.
Argyle, ranked No. 1 in Class 3A, moved to 3-0 on the season and had scores on offense, defense and special teams in the win.
Sadler did all his damage in the first half, scoring four consecutive touchdowns at one point. His 8-yard scoring catch from Brandon Boyzuick (113 yards passing, three touchdowns) capped his night, with Argyle leading, 44-0.
Argyle closed out the half impressively, getting a safety and a 57-yard kick return for a touchdown by Reese Thompson to make the score 53-0 at halftime.
Prestonwood Christian 45, Royse City 27
ROYSE CITY — J.R. Reed had two interceptions and returned one for 65 yards to lead Prestonwood Christian (2-1) over Royse City (0-3).
Prestonwood’s Twayne Blackwell threw for 235 yards and three touchdowns. Jonathan Heasley caught two touchdown passes from Blackwell and had 119 yards receiving. Ryan Cash added 226 total yards and two touchdowns.
Jackson Watts led Royse City with 191 total yards and three touchdowns. Watts connected with Jake Glisch on a 23-yard touchdown late in the first quarter. Watts scored again late in the fourth quarter.
Episcopal Dallas 42, Arlington Oakridge 10
After being shut out in the first half Friday, the Episcopal School of Dallas roared back with 42 straight points in the second half en route to a 42-10 win over Arlington Oakridge at Jean and Jerry Jones Family Stadium.
ESD running back Jack Johnson did most of the damage, scoring four touchdowns in the third quarter. He finished the game with 17 carries for 207 yards. Johnson’s 30-yard touchdown run with 8:54 left in the third quarter gave ESD a lead it would not relinquish. With the win, ESD remains undefeated at 3-0 and 1-0 in Southwest Preparatory Conference play.
Oakridge (2-1, 0-1) took the early advantage when it scored on the game’s opening drive, marching 57 yards on seven plays. Oakridge increased its lead in the closing moments of the first half when Stephen Johnson kicked a 22-yard field goal with 7.2 seconds left.
The game’s final scoring drives came on ESD’s first two possessions of the fourth quarter.
Bishop Lynch 24, Wichita Falls 0
WICHITA FALLS — Rawleigh Williams III ran for 123 yards and Barrett Renner threw for 126 more to lead Bishop Lynch over Wichita Falls.
Williams, an Ole Miss commit, had seen limited action in the Friars’ first two games because of an ankle injury, but he carried the ball 19 times and scored the first touchdown on a 6-yard run.
Renner threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Joseph Gannon and also ran 20 yards for a TD.
Bishop Lynch is now 2-1. Wichita Falls is 1-2.
Fort Worth Nolan 38, Everman 14
FORT WORTH — Quarterback Spencer Hutka passed for two touchdowns to lead Fort Worth Nolan (1-2) to victory over Everman (2-1) at Doskocil Stadium.
Hutka, a junior, tossed a pair of first-quarter touchdown passes to Pierce Braden, covering 24 and 15 yards, to give Nolan a 14-0 lead. He finished the game with 128 passing yards, and added another 105 rushing yards to pace Nolan.
Running Back Luke Alpes aided Nolan’s attack with 125 rushing yards and one TD. Fullback David Authier scored a pair of second-quarter TDs, putting Nolan up 28-14 at intermission.
First Baptist 68, Fort Worth Temple Christian 7
FORT WORTH -- Trae Hart had four touchdown receptions and one interception return to help First Baptist to a 68-7 win. First Baptist scored 20 or more points in each of the first three quarters.
TC-Cedar Hill 41, Life Oak Cliff 21
CEDAR HILL -- TC-Cedar Hill used 20 third-quarter points, cued by an 85-yard kickoff return by Jon Cole to move to 3-0 on the young season.
McKinney Christian 42, Lutheran 0
MCKINNEY — Sky Walker rushed for three touchdowns and 201 yards to lead McKinney Christian to a trouncing of Dallas Lutheran.
Jamie Greenwell added two touchdowns on two receptions of 93 and 15 yards. On his 93-yard score, Greenwell took a pass in the left flat at the 14-yard line and outran everyone on the sideline.
Walker scored on second-quarter runs of 1 and 23 yards to go with his 33-yard romp in the third quarter.
Hayden Foote started McKinney Christian’s scoring in the first quarter with a 7-yard run. Greenwell hauled in the 2-point conversion pass from kicker Caleb Wysong on a designed play.
McKinney Christian (3-0) stifled Lutheran (0-3) all night, holding them to 44 yards rushing on 20 attempts and 147 yards passing on 44 attempts.
Princeton 42, Commerce 0
COMMERCE — Led by a scary-good defense and the legs of Trey Jackson, Princeton (3-0) defeated Commerce (1-2).
Jackson rushed for 133 yards, Marcellus Hill added 40, and Jakari Dillard and Jourdan Blake each had 36 as the Princeton defense held Commerce to 54 yards of offense.
Kennedale 50, Wilmer-Hutchins 28
WILMER — Junior running back Juwan Washington scored five touchdowns and rushed for 215 yards on 26 carries to lead Kennedale over Wilmer-Hutchins for its first win of the season.
Washington had scoring runs of 12 and 7 yards in the first half and added touchdowns of 21, 54 and 6 yards in the second half. He now has 635 yards and 10 touchdowns this season for Kennedale (1-2).
Wilmer-Hutchins (1-2) trailed by as many as 31 points but mounted a furious fourth-quarter rally behind the play of quarterback LaDraylon Battie.
Sanger 50, Pilot Point 17
SANGER -- Sanger used a 30-point third quarter to pull away from Pilot Point and land its first win of the season.
Receiver Wyatt Broxson had three catches for a game-high 102 yards, and Tre'von Jackson scored six touchdowns to lead the way for Sanger.
Whitesboro 27, Aubrey 13
WHITESBORO -- Collin Kilcrease's 1-yard run followed by Atticus Kilcrease's extra point tied the game at 13 apeice, and then then Cody Ford's 46-yard reception sealed the victory for Whitesboro.
Ferris 24, Wills Point 3
WILLS POINT -- Ferris' defense was solid, holding Wills Point to a second quarter field goal, while a pair of second half touchdowns put the game out of reach.
Charles Smith had an 80-yard interception return in the first quarter, which would be the early difference-maker in the game.