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Week 2 4A roundup: Highland Park wins big; Bishop Dunne squeaks by Lincoln
Highland Park 49, Sherman 7
Brooks Burgin passed for 216 yards and a touchdown, ran for another and Highland Park beat Sherman, 49-7.
With the Scots leading 14-0 in the second quarter, defensive lineman Jack Ceverha scooped up a blocked punt and returned it 22 yards, receiving a push from his teammates into the end zone.
Highland Park’s Cole Feigl rushed for 109 yards and a touchdown and added 49 receiving yards.
Sherman’s Tre Mask caught his team’s lone touchdown pass and finished with 136 total yards of offense.
South Oak Cliff 54, Roosevelt 0
Jordan Stevenson rushed for 109 yards and three touchdowns as South Oak Cliff steamrolled Roosevelt.
SOC (3-0; No. 4 in SportsDay’s 4-A area rankings) held Roosevelt (0-3) to just 72 yards of offense and forced three turnovers. The dominant performance was highlighted by a 60-yard interception return for a touchdown by X’zavien Ausborne in the second quarter.
SOC quarterback Kenneth Arthur II was very efficient, completing 11 of 13 passes for 197 yards and two touchdowns. His second touchdown was a 35-yard strike to Fonzale Davis, who caught six passes for 98 yards and scored twice.
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.
Mansfield Legacy 31, Bryan Adams 0
Mansfield Legacy ran for 415 yards as it cruised to victory over Bryan Adams at Pleasant Grove Stadium.
Mansfield Legacy (3-0) quarterback Terrance Ivery led the way, running for 208 yards and a touchdown on just 11 carries. Running back Kenton Mayberry carried the ball 28 times for 185 yards and a score.
Ivery also threw for 179 yards on 8-of-11 passing, including touchdown passes of 28 and 38 yards to wide receiver Josh Conrad.
The Bryan Adams (1-2) offense gained just 152 yards, including 64 yards on the ground. Quarterback Jordan Harvey completed 17 of 35 passes for 88 yards, tossing two interceptions.
Ennis 55, North Forney 3
ENNIS — Ennis dominated the clock and line of scrimmage en route to a 55-3 win over North Forney at Lion Memorial Stadium.
Ennis finished the game with 544 total yards of offense, led by quarterback Devin Smith, who threw for 150 yards and two touchdowns, and Terrence Williams, who ran for 106 yards and three touchdowns.
North Forney’s offensive line struggled to fend off the Ennis defense throughout the night, and the offense tallied only four first downs.
Andre Davis led the North Forney offense with 41 rushing yards.
Corsicana 36, Forney 17
FORNEY — Held to just 22 yards in the first half, sophomore running back LaMontra Owens rushed for 330 yards and three touchdowns in the second half to power Corsicana to a 36-17 come-from-behind win over Forney on Friday night at City Bank Stadium.
Owens finished the night with 352 yards on 23 carries, including a 98-yard touchdown scamper in the third quarter, and quarterback Devontay Bell added 104 yards on the ground, to pace Corsicana (1-2) to 417 second-half rushing yards and 36 unanswered points in the victory.
Forney quarterbacks Jake Guercia and Luke Skipper each threw a touchdown to stake Forney (1-2) to a 17-0 lead with 6:14 remaining in the first half. Corsicana answered back with time winding down, recovering a fumble deep in Forney territory to set up a 22-yard touchdown strike from Bell to receiver Ralph Watts with just 0:02 remaining to trim Forney’s halftime lead to 17-7.
Lake Dallas 38, Carrollton Newman Smith 20
CORINTH -- Lake Dallas quarterback Dagan Haehn was efficient and interception-free as Lake Dallas rolled past Carrollton Newman Smith. He finsihed the game iwth 308 passing yards and rushed for 55 more.
Four of his 15 complete passes went for touchdowns.
Davonte Galbert provided much of Carrollton Newmn Smith's offense with 170 rushing yards.
Denton 63, Fort Worth Western Hills 0
FORT WORTH -- Denton scored more than 50 points for the second straight week and notched its first shutout of the season while on the road in Fort Worth.
Quarterback Cy Ward was 11-of-12 passing for 185 yards, and Denton's second quarterback Christian Rodriguez was a perfect 5 for 5.
Seagoville 15, Crandall 9
SEAGOVILLE -- Traevon Payne's five-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter sealed the win for Seagoville over Crandall.