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Zero Week 4A/3A roundup: Bryan Adams, The Colony roll in first go-round
FW Dunbar 20, Lincoln 19
FORT WORTH — Quarterback La’ Quarrian Peoples threw a 25-yard strike to DeVonta Kinney with 3 seconds left in the game to lift Fort Worth Dunbar over Lincoln 20-19 at Herman Clark Stadium.
Lincoln took the lead with 50 seconds left in the game on a 34-yard touchdown pass from Trevon Donnell to Emanuel Porter.
Peoples finished 6-for-12 with 143 yards through the air and two touchdowns. Donnell completed 14 of 31 passes for 241 yards and three touchdown passes and 84 yards rushing on nine carries. Javien Jones led Lincoln in receiving with 137 yards on seven catches.
Bryan Adams 31, Roosevelt 14
ROOSEVELT — Bryan Adams cruised to a 31-14 victory in its season opener against Roosevelt on the back of 271-yard rushing attack at Forester Stadium.
Running back Jalen Stallworth led the way for 4A Bryan Adams (1-0) with 124 yards on 19 carries and a touchdown. Fellow running back Jimmy Odie added 58 yards on 11 carries, and wide receiver Quincy Brown had the longest play of the night with a 63-yard touchdown run in the second quarter.
The Colony 27, Saginaw 7
THE COLONY — Bryan Hammond ran for 156 yards and three touchdowns to lead The Colony to a 27-7 nondistrict win over Saginaw.
The Colony (1-0) took advantage of several Saginaw miscues, scoring three touchdowns after Saginaw turnovers.
In the first quarter, after recovering a fumble at the Saginaw 42, The Colony scored five plays later on a 4-yard Hammond run to take a 6-0 lead. In the second quarter, Saginaw turned the ball over on downs at The Colony’s 46. The Colony followed with an eight-play drive capped by a 10-yard Hammond run to take a 13-0 lead. The Colony pulled away in the third quarter, opening the half with a 70-yard drive, capped by a 4-yard touchdown run by Hammond, and a 48-yard fumble return for a touchdown by Paul Lewis.
Saginaw (0-1) lost three fumbles and had three passes intercepted. Saginaw broke the shutout on a 30-yard touchdown pass from John Polston to Austin Wright in the fourth quarter.
Carr. Creekview 38, Saginaw Ch. Trail 7
CARROLLTON — Raul Bustillos rushed for a game-high 206 yards and a pair of scores and quarterback David Blough tossed one touchdown pass and ran for another to lead Carrollton Creekview past Saginaw Chisolm Trail in a nondistrcit contest at Standridge Stadium.
Bustillos busted off a 90-yard touchdown run sandwiched between Blough’s 1-yard scoring run and a 6-yard touchdown strike to Griffin Lazor as Carrollton Creekview (1-0) took a 24-7 halftime advantage. Bustillos then sealed the contest for Carrollton Creekview with a 1-yard touchdown plunge early in the fourth quarter.
Quarterback Shawn Robinson paced the Saginaw Chisolm Trail (0-1) attack with 104 yards passing, including a 14-yard touchdown pass to Austin Rayburn, and 77 yards rushing.
Terrell 16, Rusk 6
TERRELL — Terrell scored nine points in a 20-second span in the second quarter to snap an 18-game losing streak.
Rusk took the lead on a 14-yard interception return by Jay Johnson on the first play of the quarter. But Terrell’s Quincy Jackson ran back the blocked extra point. On the next play from scrimmage, Michael Nelson scored on a 48-yard run to put Terrell ahead, 9-7.
Quamyas White scored on a 3-yard run late in the fourth quarter, and the Terrell defense made five stops inside its own 35-yard line to help preserve the win.
Birdville 48, FW Arl. Heights 7
FORT WORTH — Birdville’s storming defense shut out Fort Worth Arlington Heights in the second half, turning a 14-7 halftime lead into a 54-7 victory at Farrington Field. The offense was led by running back Xavier Turner’s 155 total yards of offense that included three rushing touchdowns and a receiving touchdown.
Turner scored on back-to-back possessions in the third quarter, a 1-yard run and a 10-yard reception from quarterback Will Hayward, who finished with 118 yards passing, as well as 68 yards on the ground.
Birdville’s Brandon Wilson picked off Hayward and returned the ball 52 yards for the game’s final score. For Arlington Heights, Brennan Bibbs had seven catches for 70 yards, while Kerrion Graves rushed for 57 yards.
Princeton 34, Greenville 22
PRINCETON— Princeton (1-0) defeated Greenville 34-22, led by Trey Jackson’s 138 yards rushing and Jakari Dillard’s 55 yards receiving. Team leaders for Greenville (0-1) were Spencer Gilbert II with 72 yards rushing, Tyler Matthews with 71 yards rushing and Chance Hamilton with 64 yards rushing.