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Week 5 roundup (4A): South Oak Cliff scores 3 defensive TDs in 71-0 shutout
Frisco Wakeland 28, Frisco Heritage 23
FRISCO — Brent Altieri rushed for 210 yards and two touchdowns to help Frisco Wakeland defeat Frisco Heritage for its first District 9-4A win. Altieri carried the ball 28 times and averaged 7.5 yards per carry. He opened the scoring with a 2-yard touchdown in the first quarter and scored again on a 45-yard run, one play after the the Wakeland defense stopped Heritage on a fake punt attempt. This helped Wakeland open up a 28-9 lead in the third quarter.
Wakeland (2-3, 1-1) quarterback Jackson Lamb entered the game in the second quarter and added two touchdown runs.
Heritage (2-3, 1-1) closed the gap to 28-16 as Malik Walker found Keaton White for an 11-yard touchdown pass at the end of the third quarter. Then again in the fourth quarter with 2:34 remaining in the game the two teamed up for a 13-yard touchdown pass to get to within 28-23. They would get no closer though, as the final pass attempt was incomplete as time expired. Walker completed 22 of 31 passes for 209 yards and three touchdowns.
Frisco Liberty 22, Little Elm 18
FRISCO — Senior quarterback Connor Robison scored on second-half runs of 54 and 56 yards. The last was the game-winner with 3:38 left to lead Frisco Liberty to its first win of the season in a District 9-4A game against Little Elm.
Liberty (1-4, 1-1) led 8-3 at the half, where all the scoring was field goals and a safety.
Caleb Chapman, who had 238 of Little Elm’s 245 rushing yards, gave his team the lead, 18-15, on an 18-yard run with 6:17 to go.
Little Elm (2-3, 0-2) faced fourth-and-3 at Liberty’s 46 with 3:53 to go. The Liberty defense stopped a fake punt a yard short.
Robison scored the game-winner on the next play.
Mesquite Poteet 40, Forney 3
MESQUITE -- Nathaniel Gaines returned an interception 45 yards for a touchdown as Mesquite Poteet raced past Forney, 40-3.
Gaines, an SMU commit, along with junior linebacker Malik Jefferson, spearheaded a dominant performance from the Mesquite Poteet defense. The unit tormented Forney quarterback Jake Guercia all night and forced five turnovers.
James Swindle, Malachi Cobb, Xavier Chambers and Gaines all recorded interceptions for Mesquite Poteet.
Highland Park 56, North Forney 3
HIGHLAND PARK — Quarterback Brooks Burgin led the Highland Park offense with 280 passing yards and five touchdowns in a 56-3 defeat of North Forney.
Highland Park (4-1, 2-0) jumped out to an early lead, scoring 21 points in the first 5 minutes of the first quarter — including a blocked punt for a touchdown by Brooks Oden.
Andre Davis led North Forney (2-3, 1-1) with 55 rushing yards.
Carrollton Creekview 20, Carrollton Newman Smith 13
CARROLLTON — Raul Bustillos ran for 111 yards and two touchdowns for Carrollton Creekview (3-2, 1-1 District 10-4A) in a 20-13 win over Carrollton Newman Smith (0-5, 0-1) at Standridge Stadium.
Bustillos, a senior, scored on runs of one and four yards for Creekview, which needed to stop Newman Smith on a fourth-and-five from their own six-yard line with 1:37 remaining to preserve the victory.
Creekview senior defensive back Jordan Coleman came up with the game-saving play, stopping Newman Smith quarterback Garrett Browne at the Creekview 10-yard line, forcing Newman Smith to turn the ball over on downs.
West Mesquite 35, Terrell 0
TERRELL — The West Mesquite defense earned its second straight shutout and its offense recovered from a slow start to cruise past Terrell.
Darrius Payne-Edwards rushed for 154 yards and two touchdowns, including a 71-yard scamper in the second quarter, to lead West Mesquite (2-3, 2-0).
Carter 53, Adamson 0
Carter, behind a dominant rushing attack and defense, shut out Adamson 53-0 at Kincaide Stadium in an 11-4A district game.
Carter (5-0, 2-0), led by Corey Avery’s 113 yards and two touchdowns, rushed for 243 yards and six touchdowns. Carter scored its additional touchdown on a Jordan Ingram 34-yard punt return.
Adamson (3-2, 0-2), was limited to 104 total yards of offense and had nine punts. The Carter defense allowed less than 1 yard per rush to Adamson, giving up 29 yards on 33 attempts.
South Oak Cliff 71, Pinkston 0
Senior quarterback Kenneth Arthur II threw for 179 yards and five touchdowns Friday night at Sprague Stadium, but it was the South Oak Cliff defense that was responsible for the 71-0 rout over Pinkston.
South Oak Cliff put up 50 points in the first quarter and continued to rack up points throughout the remainder of the game as the Bears had no problem putting away the Pinkston Vikings.
Seagoville 47, Molina 6
Seagoville put up 361 yards offensively as it cruised to a 47-6 victory over District 11-4A rival Molina Friday night at Wilmer-Hutchins Eagle Stadium.
Seagoville (5-0, 2-0) jumped out to a 21-0 lead in the first quarter, capping off the half with an 80-yard touchdown drive with 19 seconds remaining to take a 27-0 lead into the locker room.
Hillcrest 54, Thomas Jefferson 0
Junior quarterback Arico Evans rushed 10 times for 109 yards, including first-half touchdowns runs of 17, 13 and 4 yards to lead Hillcrest.
Evans scored on each of his first two carries as Hillcrest (4-1, 1-1) jumped to a 35-0 halftime lead in its first District 12-4A victory of the season.
Running back Terrell Haley added two more scores in the fourth quarter and finished with 131 yards on 16 carries. Makell Haley and Kendrick Patterson also rushed for touchdowns.
Thomas Jefferson (1-4, 0-2) was held to 107 total yards — including allowing just 23 yards on 28 rushing attempts. Thomas Jefferson had more penalties (16), fumbles (six) and punts (seven) than it did first downs (five).
Samuell 43, Spruce 6
SEAGOVILLE — Running back Keith Hill’s two first-half rushing touchdowns helped keep Samuell (2-3, 2-0) undefeated in District 12-4A.
Hill finished with 161 yards on 11 carries, and four other tailbacks scored against Spruce (0-5, 0-2).
Lee Hartfield scores Spruce’s only touchdown, a 57-yard sprint and finished with 82 yards on nine carries.
Wylie East 35, Wylie 28
WYLIE — Quarterback Garrett McCain rolled up 342 total yards and three touchdowns to rally Wylie East to an upset win over cross-town rival Wylie at Wylie ISD Stadium.
McCain and East (2-3, 1-1 in District 13-4A) jumped out to a surprising 21-0 lead three minutes into the second quarter with a 5-yard keeper and a pair of bombs (84 and 70 yards) to sophomore receiver Jared Wyatt.
Wylie (2-3, 1-1), ranked 10th in SportsDays Class 4A area rankings, would rally in the second half behind quarterback Kameron Kelly, receiver Alex Wesley, and linebacker Michael Kloza. Kelly connected with Wesley on a 59-yard post for a touchdown two plays into the second half and Wesley took an end-around for a 13-yard score almost three minutes later. Kelly would put Wylie ahead with a 13-yard touchdown run with 4:55 remaining in the 4th quarter.
Kelly’s go-ahead score was setup by Kloza’s blocked punt. Kloza intercepted McCain earlier in the quarter and added a sack, forced fumble, and recovery in the first half. Kelly finished with 193 yards passing, 57 rushing, and three touchdowns.
McCain, who had been shutout the entire second half, responded with a 4-play drive for 63 yards that running back Kevon Mack finished off with a 12-yard run. The drive was highlighted by another long reception by Wyatt, who finished with five catches for 216 yards and two scores. Playing without their kicker, McCain also handled kicking duties (3 PATs) and served as the team’s punt returner.
Wylie had one last chance but Wesley was ruled down two yards short on 4th down at the East 45-yard line.
Lovejoy 48, Greenville 7
LUCAS -- Lovejoy scored five rushing touchdowns and ran for 243 yards to end a two-game losing streak.
Wide receiver Chochy Luce had five catches for 106 yards and two touchdowns.
Trailing 27-7 at the half, Greenville fumbled on the opening possession of the second half. Lovejoy put the game out of reach on the next play with a 20-yard touchdown run by Daniel Sefcik.
Greenville’s Tyler Matthews rushed for 126 yards.
McKinney North 42, Royse City 13
ROYSE CITY — Ben Dutze passed for 203 yards, and Trey Smith and Ronald Jones combined for more than 225 yards rushing yards as McKinney North (2-3, 1-1) cruised past Royse City (1-4, 1-1).
A pair of second quarter touchdowns by Jones put McKinney North ahead for good, and a Dutze touchdown pass widened the margin to 28-6 at the half.
Jackson Watts led Royse City with 145 yards rushing and two touchdowns.
Arlington Seguin 29, Mansfield Summit 28
ARLINGTON — Summit’s Jordan Hester scored on a 11-yard dash in the second overtime but failed on the two-point conversion as Seguin hung on.
Trailing 15-0 at halftime, Seguin’s Kelton Moore and Darrian Hammonds led a 14-play TD drive to start the third quarter.
Moore’s 32-yard TD run brought Seguin closer with 6:01 left in the game. Summit fumbled on its next possession, and two plays later, Hammonds scored on a 5-yard run. Moore’s two-point conversion tied the score. Moore and Hammonds combined to rush for 327 yards.
Lancaster 42, Waxahachie 34
WAXAHACHIE — Lancaster scored 35 points in the second half, aided by a variety of big special teams plays, to win at Lumpkins Stadium.
Lancaster’s Tim Taylor caught six passes for 86 yards and a touchdown and also had two huge returns that led to scores.
Lancaster’s special teams were big. It opened the second half by recovering a surprise onside kick, got a punt returns of 61 and 52 yards from Taylor to set up touchdowns.
Avery Jackson’s 79-yard kickoff return for a touchdown gave Waxahachie a 21-20 lead with 4:26 left in the third quarter.
Chris Thomas threw for 112 yards and three touchdowns for Lancaster (2-3, 1-1). Trevon Smith rushed for 176 yards and three touchdowns for Waxahachie (1-3, 0-2).
Mansfield Lake Ridge 14, Ennis 62
MANSFIELD — Ennis (5-0, 2-0) scored 36 consecutive points in the first half in a District 15-4A game.
Ennis rushed for 363 yards, led by Terence Williams, who had 171 yards and three touchdowns. Nicholas Gabriel ran for 84 yards and two scores.
Lake Ridge quarterback Jett Duffey threw a 63-yard TD pass to Savaughn Anderson in the second quarter, and running back Seth Mayfield rushed in the other Eagle touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Ennis quarterback Devin Smith passed for 204 yards and scored two touchdowns.
Joshua Jordan intercepted two passes for Lake Ridge (1-4, 0-2).