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Week 1 Friday HS football 5A-4A roundup: Rockwall-Heath, Ennis prevail; Denton Ryan falls
GARLAND — Quarterback Chase Shultz threw four touchdown passes, including three in the first half to Shyon Motlagh, leading Rockwall-Heath to a 34-21 victory over South Garland (1-1) at Homer B. Johnson Stadium.
Shultz completed 18 of 30 passes for 194 yards, while Motlagh caught seven for 75 yards.
After Motlagh’s third touchdown reception, South Garland’s Marquel McNac raced 74 yards to the Heath 1-yard line where he scored two plays later, making the score 24-14 with less than five minutes in the first half. South Garland forced a Heath punt and drove to the Heath 21-yard line, but missed a field goal just before halftime.
McNac finished the game with 163 rushing yards.
The strong Heath defense was led by three players who have committed to FBS schools: defensive linemen Jay Arnold and Jordan Points to Texas A&M and Raaquan Davis to Baylor.
Sachse 57, Richardson Pearce 34
RICHARDSON — Quarterback Kent Myers passed for 306 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 194 yards and three scores to lead Sachse (2-0) past Richardson Pearce (0-2) at Eagle Mustang Stadium.
Myers took control of the game from the outset as he capped Sachse’s opening drive with a 51-yard scoring run. He added touchdown passes of 34 and 33 yards to Bruce Bookins and Devine Ozigbo.
Wichita Falls Rider 21, Denton Ryan 15
DENTON — Fred Williams intercepted a Denton Ryan pass with 50 seconds left to seal a win for Wichita Falls Rider.
Ryan outgained Rider , 397-269, but Rider quarterback J.T. Barrett’s 182 total yards and two touchdowns were too much for Ryan’s defense.
Ennis 30, Lewisville 26
ENNIS — Nick Gabriele rushed for 115 yards and two touchdowns to lead Ennis over Lewisville.
Deandre Brown rushed for 230 yards and a pair of scores, but Lewisville came up short on its final drive as quarterback Matt McDougal was sacked on fourth-and-10 with 24 seconds left near midfield.
Garland Lakeview 58, Bryan Adams 7
Quarterback Brent Davenport passed for 201 yards and three touchdowns to lead Garland Lakeview over Bryan Adams.
Lakview’s Demarcus Hall rushed for 191 yards and two touchdowns.
Adamson 33, Sunset 5
Keith Bryant ran for five touchdowns to lead Adamson to a victory over Sunset at Kincaide Stadium.
The senior running back had 19 carries for 246 yards.
Adamson rushed for 398 yards and outgained Sunset, 431-135, in total yards.
Hurst L.D. Bell 30, Midland Lee 21
BEDFORD — Colson Romano completed 22 of 30 passes for 338 yards and three touchdowns throws to Aaron Dixon to lead Hurst L.D. Bell over Midland Lee (1-1) at Pennington Field.
Dixon finished with 10 catches for 173 yards for Bell (2-0).
Up 10-7, Bell had a first-and-goal from the 1, but three plays later Logan Vitello recovered a fumble and raced 99 yards for the score.
Haltom 42, Burleson 8
BURLESON — Quarterback Travis Danford threw for 193 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 81 yards and a pair of scores as Haltom rolled to victory over Burleson.
Haltom scored touchdowns on its first four drives to take a 28-0 lead in the first half.
Fort Worth Trimble Tech 23, W.T. White 22
Ray Franklin knocked down a 22-yard field goal attempt with 1:27 left as Fort Worth Trimble Tech completed its comeback against W.T. White at Loos Stadium.
Jerrick McClain led Trimble Tech with 150 yards passing.
Birdville 48, Richland 7
FORT WORTH — Birdville’s offense managed 455 total yards to beat Richland at the Birdville ISD Fine Arts/Athletic Complex.
Birdville (2-0) jumped all over Richland, scoring on its first three possessions.