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4A roundup (Week 9): Mansfield Summit gets big win over Legacy; Highland Park seals 10-4A crown
Denton Guyer 49, Wichita Falls 3
WICHITA FALLS — Jerrod Heard rushed for 70 yards and a touchdown and threw for 191 yards and another TD as Denton Guyer (7-2, 6-0 District 5-4A) rolled over Wichita Falls (5-4, 4-2).
Backup quarterback David Haynes led Guyer to two more touchdowns in the fourth quarter, including D.J. Breedlove’s third TD of the night on a 12-yard run. Breedlove finished with 84 yards on 12 carries and 50 receiving yards.
Trophy Club Byron Nelson 41, Azle 17
AZLE — Trophy Club Byron Nelson (7-2, 4-2) turned three second-half fumbles into touchdowns to beat Azle and earn a playoff berth in District 5-4A.
Nelson recovered a fumble on the second-half kickoff that led to a 4-yard touchdown run by Courtney Miles, who had 143 yards on 16 carries. Miles also scored on runs of 66 yards on the opening drive and 15 yards in the fourth quarter.
Lake Dallas 41, Fort Worth Brewer 14
FORT WORTH — Lake Dallas (5-4, 2-4 District 5-4A) forced five turnovers, including four interceptions, and got five touchdown passes from sophomore quarterback Dagan Haehn to defeat Fort Worth Brewer (3-6, 0-6) and snap a four-game losing streak.
Haehn went 14-of-25 for 253 yards. He also ran for 36 yards and a touchdown.
Aledo 72, Granbury 6
ALEDO — Jess Anders rushed for 143 yards and three touchdowns on 12 carries and Ryan Newsome returned punts of 55 and 47 yards for touchdowns as Aledo routed Granbury to clinch the District 7-4A championship.
Quarterback Luke Bishop threw for two touchdowns and rushed for another for Aledo (9-0, 6-0). It was the first loss of the season for Granbury (8-1, 5-1).
Frisco 35, Frisco Heritage 27
FRISCO — Frisco stopped a go-ahead two-point conversion attempt in the last two minutes, then recovered an onside kick and scored a clinching touchdown Friday night to defeat Frisco Heritage, 35-27, and earn a District 9-4A playoff berth at Toyota Stadium.
Heritage scored with 1:52 left on a 1-yard touchdown run by senior Preston Gordon to make the score 28-27. Heritage coach Che Hendrix gambled on a two-point conversion, only to see quarterback Malik Walker throw incomplete.
Frisco (6-3, 4-2) recovered the ensuing onside kick and traversed the short field to score while running out the clock.
Frisco Liberty 23, Prosper 21
PROSPER — Kyle Parks made all three of his field goal attempts, including a 44-yarder in the first quarter, and Frisco Liberty ended Prosper’s playoff hopes in District 9-4A.
Chris McPhaul and quarterback Connor Robison ran for touchdowns for Liberty.
Prosper quarterback Chase Dawkins was effective, passing for 152 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and running back Marquez Houston had a game-high 21 carries for 140 yards.
Frisco Wakeland 20, Little Elm 17
FRISCO — Tyler Carver and Jordan Scott scored on 1-yard runs, and Frisco Wakeland held off Little Elm at Memorial Stadium to clinch a playoff berth out of District 9-4A.
Wakeland (5-4, 4-2) led from start to finish. But after Scott’s touchdown with 10:15 remaining, Little Elm scored touchdowns on two straight possessions to pull to within 20-17 with 1:41 left.
Wakeland recovered the ensuing onside kick and appeared to put the game away after Noah Anderson ran 42 yards to the Little Elm 1-yard line. But Wakeland fumbled the ball away on the next snap, giving Little Elm one final chance. Little Elm got to Wakeland’s 47 before it ran out of time.
Highland Park 52, Carrollton Newman Smith 28
CARROLLTON — Boomer Bakich and Robert Mencke scored on interception returns of 100 and 52 yards, respectively, and Highland Park (8-1, 6-0) defeated Carrollton Newman Smith to wrap up the District 10-4A championship.
Highland Park’s Brooks Burgin threw two touchdown passes to Andrew Frost covering 86 and 21 yards. Burgin threw for 236 yards and three touchdowns and added 115 yards rushing.
Mesquite Poteet 55, North Forney 10
FORNEY — Jaylon Smith and Walter Dawn Jr. combined for 172 yards rushing and six touchdowns to lead Mesquite Poteet over North Forney in District 10-4A.
Smith finished with 81 rushing yards and scored four touchdowns — three rushing and one receiving. Dawn ran for 91 and two touchdowns. Lane Novy chipped in with 247 passing yards and three touchdowns.
West Mesquite 37, Forney 13
MESQUITE — Quarterback Chason Virgil accounted for four touchdowns to lead West Mesquite past Forney at Memorial Stadium.
West Mesquite (5-4, 5-1 District 10-4A) scored on its first four possessions of the second half to break open a 10-6 game. Virgil was a part of all four scores, rushing for two touchdowns and throwing for two more. West Mesquite amassed 193 yards in the third quarter, nearly doubling its first-half total of 116.
Carrollton Creekview 47, Terrell 7
TERRELL — Raul Bustillos rushed for three first-half touchdowns as Carrollton Creekview (5-4, 3-3) rushed for 262 yards in a District 10-4A victory over Terrell.
Terrell (3-6, 1-5) managed just 29 yards of offense outside of a 70-yard touchdown pass from Klayton Henderson to Dawonya Tucker.
South Oak Cliff 63, Molina 14
Quarterback Kenneth Arthur II threw five touchdowns and ran for another as South Oak Cliff defeated Molina at Kincaide Stadium, clinching the final playoff spot out of District 11-4A.
Arthur totaled 215 yards through the air on 6-of-10 passing and added 72 yards rushing. South Oak Cliff (8-1, 5-1) running back Jordan Stevenson ran for 161 yards and two touchdowns.
Molina (4-5, 2-4) quarterback Marco Silva threw for 122 yards and a touchdown on 10-of-16 passing.
South Oak Cliff led 42-7 at halftime and scored on the first play of the third quarter on a 66-yard run by Stevenson.
Adamson 29, North Dallas 14
Senior Demarcus Kelly grabbed a pair of touchdown passes and ran for another score as Adamson (4-5, 1-5) defeated North Dallas (2-7, 0-6).
Woodrow Wilson 76, Thomas Jefferson 14
Junior running back Tracy James rushed for 124 yards and ran for two touchdowns, leading Woodrow Wilson to a win over Thomas Jefferson at Franklin Field.
James overpowered the TJ defense and was sidelined for most of the remainder of the game after Woodrow (8-1, 6-0 District 12-4A) amassed a 56-0 lead at halftime. But he capped off the night with a kickoff return for a touchdown after Jefferson (2-7, 1-5) scored its first touchdown of the game with 8:49 remaining in the fourth quarter.
Junior quarterback Da’Montae Bright passed for 123 yards for Woodrow and threw three touchdowns, two of which were to junior running back Davien Berry, who finished with three receptions and 50 yards.
Bright also ran for 61 yards and one rushing touchdown.
Bryan Adams 31, Samuell 0
Bryan Adams scored 24 points off turnovers to roll past Samuell at Forester Stadium.
Bryan Adams (6-3, 5-1 District 12-4A) forced four fumbles and two interceptions and sacked Samuell’s quarterback five times.
The pressure on Samuell (3-6, 3-3) began in the first quarter with fumbles on consecutive drives, the first returned 25 yards for a touchdown by Terrion Johnson.
Jordan Harvey led the Bryan Adams offense, throwing for 121 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
Hillcrest 23, Conrad 14
Brian Clifton scored all three of Hillcrest’s touchdowns, ran for 119 yards and passed for 74 more to lead Hillcrest (6-3, 3-3 District 12-4A) over Conrad (2-7, 1-5).
Denison 64, Greenville 14
GREENVILLE — Jaleel Dade had 209 yards and three touchdowns on four catches as Denison (6-3, 5-1 District 13-4A) clinched a playoff spot with a victory over Greenville (0-9, 0-6) at T.A. Ford Stadium.
Wylie 17, Sherman 10
WYLIE — Tristan Clark ran for 89 yards on 12 rushes and a touchdown to lead Wylie (5-4, 4-2 District 13-4A) over Sherman (3-6, 2-4) at Wylie ISD Stadium.
Lovejoy 44, Royse City 9
LUCAS — A prolific ground and air attack propelled Lovejoy (6-3, 4-2 District 13-4A) to a win over Royse City (1-8, 1-5).
Running back Chase Tucker got off to a fast start for Lovejoy, scoring on a pair of end-arounds in the first quarter.
Chance Selby got Royse City on the scoreboard first with a three-yard rushing touchdown.
Mansfield Summit 33, Mansfield Legacy 30
MANSFIELD — In a game that saw just one punt, 790 total yards of offense and 215 yards rushing by Mansfield Legacy running back Kijana Amous, one defensive stop made all the difference in Mansfield Summit’s 33-30 win.
Mansfield Summit shut Amous out of the end zone on three straight plays, including a rush from the 1-yard line on fourth down, to seal the win at Vernon Newsom Stadium.
With the score tied at 27 after three quarters, Jeremy Hoelzer kicked a 27-yard field goal for Legacy (7-2, 4-2 in District 15-4A) with 10:06 left in the game.
Summit (4-5, 4-2) lost no momentum in the lead change, taking the kickoff 49 yards to set up a drive beginning on the Legacy 48. A 22-yard pass and a defensive interference penalty set up a quick 12-yard touchdown rush by Jordan Hester for the game’s final score.
Summit’s offense was led by sophomore quarterback Braden Nolen, who threw for 291 yards and two touchdowns, and senior wide receiver Ubani Johnson, who caught six passes for 111 yards.
Waxahachie 21, Red Oak 7
Waxahachie’s defense held strong, securing a 21-7 win over Red Oak in District 15-4A.