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4A roundup: McKinney North clinches with win over Denison; SOC offense runs wild
TC Byron Nelson 28, Denton 21
Preston Haire hooked up with Hayden Sanders for three touchdowns, and Trophy Club Byron Nelson held off Denton in a District 5-4 game.
Frisco Centennial 28, Frisco Heritage 8
FRISCO — Kamari Burnett rushed for 127 yards and three touchdowns, and Frisco Centennial (8-2, 6-1) clinched the top Division I seed out of Distirct 9-4A with a victory over Frisco Heritage (4-6, 3-4).
Frisco 24, Prosper 21
FRISCO — Jake Battaglia passed for two touchdowns and ran for a third as Frisco (7-3, 5-2) beat Prosper (3-7, 1-6) and clinched the top Division II seed out of District 9-4A.
Little Elm 17, The Colony 14
LITTLE ELM — Caleb Chapman ran for a score, and Christian Bourdo hooked up with James Gordon for a touchdown in the first quarter, and Little Elm (3-7, 1-6) held on to beat The Colony (8-2, 5-2) in District 9-4A.
Highland Park 63, Terrell 7
TERRELL — Hayden Black rushed for three touchdowns as Highland Park (9-1, 7-0) rolled past Terrell (3-7, 1-6) to clinch the District 10-4A title.
Mes. Poteet 31, West Mesquite 10
MESQUITE — Walter Dawn Jr. scored two touchdowns as Mesquite Poteet (9-1, 6-1) clinched second place in District 10-4A with a victory over West Mesquite (5-5, 5-2).
South Oak Cliff 48, Kimball 14
Jordan Stevenson rushed for 235 yards and two touchdowns, and Kenneth Arthur II passed for 264 yards and three touchdowns to Fonzale Davis as South Oak Cliff ran past Kimball at Sprague Stadium to clinch the top Division I playoff seed in District 11-4A.
SOC (9-1, 6-1) took advantage of four turnovers by Kimball (6-4, 5-2), which will be the district’s second seed in Division I.
Carter 41, Seagoville 28
Corey Avery rushed for 115 yards and three touchdowns, and Carter (8-2, 7-0) won a penalty filled game against Seagoville (7-3, 4-3) at Kincaide Stadium to clinch the top Division 11-4A seed out of District 11-4A. Seagoville is the district’s second Division II seed.
Woodrow Wilson 36, Hillcrest 3
Junior running back Tracy James led the charge for Woodrow Wilson and delivered three rushing touchdowns for the Wildcats in a win over Hillcrest on Friday night at Franklin Field.
James finished with 158 yards on the ground and kept the game out of reach for Hillcrest, which finished with a total of 94 rushing yards and 14 passing yards.
Spruce 29, Conrad 20
SEAGOVILLE — Kaujual Anderson shook loose for a career-best 181 yards rushing on a workhorse 30 carries and lifted Spruce (1-9, 1-6 District 12-4A) to a win over Conrad (2-8, 1-6 District 12-4A) Friday night in the season finale for both schools at James Ray Henry Stadium.
Sherman 59, Greenville 42
SHERMAN — Tre’ Mask and Tyson Jones each rushed for three touchdowns, leading Sherman to a season-ending win over Greenville.
Mask had 140 rushing yards to finish his three-year varsity career with 2,343 yards and 40 rushing touchdowns.
McKinney North 49, Denison 37
DENISON — Ronald Jones rushed for 235 yards and four touchdowns as McKinney North defeated Denison, 49-37, in the final game ever at Munson Stadium to clinch a share of the District 13-4A championship.
The victory gave McKinney North (6-4, 5-2) its first district championship in school history.
“I’m so proud of our kids to win in this kind of environment,” said McKinney North head coach Mike Fecci. “This school has never won a district championship in football and I told our kids I wanted us to accomplish something that had never been done before tonight and they did exactly that.”
Denison and McKinney North exchanged leads several times until midway through the second quarter when Jones broke loose for a 69-yard scoring run which was followed by a 13-yard touchdown pass from Ben Dutze to Brennan Harris.
Denison (6-4, 5-2) failed to recover an onside kick to open up the second half and McKinney North took advantage as Jones reeled off a 49-yard touchdown run on the first play from scrimmage.
Khalil Brown kept Denison in the game by scoring five touchdowns.
Denison will play Sulphur Springs in the first round of the playoffs next Friday in Commerce while McKinney North will play Texarkana High in Longview next Friday.
Wylie 51, Royse City 3
Alex Wesley caught four passes for 97 yards and two touchdowns, and Wylie beat Royse Cityto clinch a Division I playoff spot.
Royse City’s Eric Clark was injured the third quarter, causing a delay as an ambulance was called to the stadium. A running clock was used for the rest of the game.
Wylie will play Marshall at Midlothian next Friday in the first round of the 4A Division I playoffs.
Ennis 61, Waxahachie 28
WAXAHACHIE — Ennis rolled to a perfect regular season Friday night at Lumpkins Stadium with a win over Waxahachie (2-7, 1-6). Devin Smith threw for 187 yards and four touchdowns to help Ennis (10-0, 7-0) defeat their rivals in the annual “Battle of 287.”
Red Oak 35, Arl. Seguin 34
ARLINGTON — Red Oak rushed for more than 200 yards and finished its season with an upset victory over Arlington Seguin at Wilemon Stadium.
Red Oak scored on its opening drive and the defense followed up by intercepting Arlington quarterback Kelton Moore and returning the ball to the Arlington 2, then scoring again to take an early 13-0 lead. A 6-yard touchdown run by D.J. Augustus capped a drive that took more than 6 minutes off the clock to give Red Oak the lead for good midway through the fourth quarter.
Arlington Seguin will play Whitehouse in the first round of the playoffs at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 15 at Mesquite Memorial.
Mans. Legacy 64, Mans. Lake Ridge 21
MANSFIELD — Kijana Amous’ five touchdown runs and 222 rushing yards carried Mansfield Legacy to a dominating win over Mansfield Lake Ridge.
Legacy will be paired with Tyler John Tyler in the bi-district round of the playoffs and the teams will play at 2:30 p.m. Nov. 16 at Forney ISD Stadium.