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Week 7 roundup (5A): DeSoto QB throws for 370; Carroll QB Agnew totals 6 TDs
Arlington 48, Arlington Sam Houston 24
ARLINGTON — Michael Gray threw for three touchdowns and passed for 232 yards, leading Arlington over Arlington Sam Houston in a District 3-5A game.
Sam Houston quarterback Ervin Hill was held to 63 yards passing and was intercepted twice, but he ran for 127 yards and two touchdowns.
Arlington’s Raymond Sheard finished with 98 yards on the ground, but he was pulled after the first play of the third quarter after appearing to have suffered an injury.
Southlake Carroll 63, Justin Northwest 21
JUSTIN — Quarterback Ryan Agnew threw for 315 yards and five touchdowns and rushed for 143 yards and another score Friday night — and he did it all in the first half as Southlake Carroll romped to a 63-21 victory over Justin Northwest.
Carroll (6-1, 4-0 District 4-5A) scored 56 points in the first half, then devoted the rest of the game to giving second-stringers playing time.
Agnew completed 18 of his 19 pass. His first incompletion came on his 16th attempt, on a deep pass into the end zone with 7:32 left in the half.
Northwest scored on a 41-yard pass from Jesse Drummer to Emmanuel Moore just over a minute into the game. Forty seconds later, Carroll tied the game back up on a 15-yard pass from Agnew to Joe Heineman.
Northwest (6-2, 2-2 in District 4-5A) countered with a 50-yard pass from Drummer to Brady Byrd, but 35 seconds later, Agnew knotted it up again with a 56-yard run.
Carroll didn’t give up another point until late in the fourth quarter.
Keller Central 13, Keller Fossil Ridge 9
KELLER — Keller Central (4-3, 3-1 District 4-5A) made a dramatic defensive stand in the closing minutes to hold off Keller Fossil Ridge (5-2, 3-1).
With 2:21 remaining, Fossil Ridge faced fourth-and-goal at the Central 7-yard line. A pass interference penalty on Central gave Fossil Ridge first down at the 3. After two rushing plays resulted in a loss of 3 yards, two Fossil Ridge passes in the end zone fell incomplete as Central took over on downs with 51 seconds left.
Central ran down the clock and took an intentional safety when Jake McClurg ran out of the end zone with one second to play.
Keller Timber Creek 30, Richland 24
NORTH RICHLAND HILLS — Amon Lindsey ran for 210 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries, helping Keller Timber Creek earn a District 4-5A victory over Richland.
Tight end Cal Gregg caught a 50-yard touchdown pass for Timber Creek (2-5, 1-3), his second of the season, in the first quarter.
The go-ahead, fourth-quarter touchdown came on the first play from scrimmage following a wild 2-yard punt from the end zone. The ensuing extra-point attempt was blocked, leaving the door open for a Richland comeback. But quarterback Brandon Maine threw his only interception of the night on fourth down after Richland (2-5, 1-3) moved down to the 17-yard line.
Coppell 45, Flower Mound 3
COPPELL — Coppell pounded out 364 yards on the ground in a 42-point thumping of Flower Mound (1-6, 0-2).
Coppell (5-1, 1-0 in District 5-5A) had a pair of 100-yard rushers in Charles West and Brandon Rice. Rice rolled up 115 yards and three touchdowns, while West posted a game-high 130 yards and a score. Gavin McDaniel (124 total yards) and Myles Paschal also had touchdowns.
Flower Mound Marcus 13, Lewisville 6
LEWISVILLE — Cade Erwin scored on a 1-yard run with 1:02 left as Flower Mound Marcus (2-5, 1-1) wrapped up a District 5-5A win over Lewisville.
The run, on fourth down, capped a 74-yard drive that consumed 7 minutes, 8 seconds, and pushed a one-point Flower Mound lead to seven. Lewisville (3-4, 1-1) turned the ball over on downs on its final possession.
Grapevine 51, Carrollton R.L. Turner 21
GRAPEVINE — Sam Barry who ran for 166 yards and four touchdowns as Grapevine rolled Carrollton R.L. Turner in District 6-5A.
Grapevine’s Adam Sandy threw for 80 yards and two touchdowns and also rushing for 74 yards.
Irving Nimitz 31, Irving MacArthur 14
IRVING — D’angelo Allen rushed for 104 yards on 19 carries and scored the go-ahead touchdown midway through the third quarter as Irving Nimitz (3-4, 2-2) defeated Irving MacArthur in District 6-5A.
MacArthur (2-5, 1-3) scored the game’s first touchdown but totaled only 174 yards of offense.
Mansfield Timberview 14, S. Grand Prairie 7
MANSFIELD — Running back Mason Miller scored on a 1-yard run with 1:43 remaining in the game to lift Timberview (6-1, 3-1 in 7-5A) past South Grand Prairie (2-5, 0-4).
Miller gained 76 yards on 16 carries, and quarterback Tevin Muse added 82 yards on 16 carries.
South Grand Prairie’s Jaelan Austin scored on a 5-yard run early in the second quarter. South Grand Prairie safety Jason Hall thwarted another Timberview scoring threat by picking off a pass in the end zone during the third quarter.
DeSoto 62, Midlothian 42
MIDLOTHIAN — Desmon White passed for 370 yards and four touchdowns as DeSoto outlasted Midlothian, 62-42, in a District7-5A matchup.
White added another 64 yards and a touchdown on the ground for DeSoto (7-0, 4-0 in 7-5A).
DeSoto’s Chris Lacy caught 10 passes from White for 146 yards and two touchdowns.
The teams combined for 1,043 yards and 48 first downs.
Midlothian took a 14-7 lead after one quarter. DeSoto scored 21 points in the second quarter to take the lead for good.
Midlothian’s 42 points were the most scored against DeSoto this season.
Midlothian (3-4, 1-3) ran several trick plays, including three that went for touchdowns.
Zach Humphreys threw for 214 yards and three touchdowns for Midlothian, while catching another touchdown pass from wide receiver Brendan Cornell.
Cedar Hill 57, Grand Prairie 6
GRAND PRAIRIE — Cedar Hill rushed for 299 yards and overwhelmed Grand Prairie in a District 7-5A game.
Peter Lewis, Larry Hill and Damarkus Lodge each scored twice for Cedar Hill (5-2, 3-1 in 7-5A), which used a dominant front seven to hold Grand Prairie (1-6, 0-4) to 14 total yards in the first half and 105 for the game.
Cedar Hill quarterback Justin McMillan finished 13-of-18 for 164 yards and four touchdown passes. Aca’cedric Ware carried the ball nine times for 110 yards.
In the third quarter, Grand Prairie scored on a 21-yard pass from Matt Moreno to Detavious Maloy.
Jesuit 48, Lake Highlands 20
Orion Salters scored three touchdowns in the first quarter to lead Jesuit (4-3, 3-1 in 9-5A) over Lake Highlands (2-5, 2-2) at Wildcat-Ram Stadium.
Jesuit scored touchdowns on all five of its first-half possessions. Salters, an Iowa State commit, scored twice on runs and once with a reception of 38 yards from Bo Schneider. Schneider finished the night with 12 completions for 205 yards.
Lake Highlands scored on two long plays, a 42-yard run down the left sideline by Jamarice Preston and quarterback Brock Jones’s 65-yard run to pull Lake Highlands to within 21-14.
Jesuit’s Josh Cummings came up with two first half interceptions. The first came on Lake Highlands first play from scrimmage which led to Salters’ second score. Cummings second pick came at the end of the first half.
Jesuit totaled 302 yards rushing led by sophomore Max Loughborough’s 124 yards.
Skyline 60, Sunset 0
Skyline romped over Sunset, remaining the lone unbeaten team in District 9-5A.
Quarterback Sederian Copeland scored on both of his touches in limited action for Skyline (6-1, 4-0), scampering for a 5-yard score and throwing a 11-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter. The receiver on that touchdown, junior Savon Rollinson, also scored on punt returns of 64 and 58 yards.
Sunset (0-7, 0-4) struggled offensively, failing to move the ball beyond midfield.
Plano East 35, McKinney 23
MURPHY — Plano East’s Lionel Wills scored three touchdowns and piled up 204 total yards in a win over McKinney.
His final touchdown sealed the game for Plano East after its defense intercepted McKinney’s Brian Sutter.
McKinney’s Reed Thompson intercepted a tipped pass on Plano East’s second play of the game. But converting inside Plano East’s 20-yard line was difficult for the McKinney .
McKinney had the ball inside Plano East’s 5-yard line in the second quarter but was forced to kick a field goal to go up 10-7. An illegal shift negated a touchdown pass on their second drive of the third quarter, which resulted in a turnover on downs after a failed fourth-down run.
McKinney failed to score on the next drive with the ball as far as the Plano East 8-yard line.
Rowlett 26, South Garland 10
GARLAND — Rowlett earned its first District 11-5A win on the strength of quarterback Logan Bonner’s legs, defeating South Garland at Homer B. Johnson Stadium.
Bonner rushed for 122 yards and two touchdowns, including a 24-yard keeper with 1:36 left to seal the game for Rowlett (2-5, 1-2 in 11-5A). Bonner also added 42 yards passing.
Rowlett’s defense limited South Garland (2-6, 1-3) to less than 200 yards of total offense. It forced two turnovers and recorded a safety.
South Garland had cut the lead to 14-10 late in the third quarter when Jerminic Smith hauled in a 20-yard touchdown pass from Isaiah Harris. Smith finished with 6 catches for 77 yards.
Longview 49, Mesquite Horn 30
LONGVIEW — Junior quarterback Dezmond Chumley accounted for 192 yards and four scores as Longview outclassed Mesquite Horn, 49-30, in a District 12-5A game.
Longview trailed, 10-7, heading into the second quarter. Longview then scored on four consecutive possessions . Chumley completed scoring passes of 28, 60 and 12. Longview racked up 321 yards in the second quarter.
Destri White led Horn on a scoring drive before half to cut the deficit to 35-24.
Stephan Maxey blocked a Horn punt on the first series of the second half. Zaycoven Henderson returned the blocked punt 55 yards for the score to give Longview a 42-24 lead less than two minutes into the second half.
Horn answered with a 12-play, 75-yard drive and cut the deficit to 42-30 with 6:38 remaining in the third quarter. The drive ended with White passing 19 yards to Del’Michael High.
Horn (6-2, 2-2) had no answer for the Longview ground game. Longview (6-1, 3-0) rushed 38 times for 338 yards. L’darrius Peterson rushed 19 times for 182.
White accounted for 339 total yards and four touchdowns. High caught 11 passes for 108 yards. Jarrison Stewart added seven receptions for 108 yards.