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Week One 5A roundup: Duncanville's offense continues to roll; Justin Northwest QB Drummer perfect
Duncanville 50, Abilene 20
DUNCANVILLE — Duncanville’s Andrew Mathis snagged two interceptions that led to two touchdowns, and Kyle Harper returned a fumble for a touchdown as Duncanville dominated Abilene at Panthers Stadium.
All three turnovers came in the first half as Duncanville (2-0) built a 36-14 halftime lead over Abilene (0-2).
Harper ran 28 yards for a touchdown with 38 seconds remaining in the first quarter on a kickoff fumble recovery. That came after Duncanville’s Devante Smith caught a 6-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Jeremiah Drake with 49 seconds left in the quarter.
Drake completed 18 of 25 pass attempts for 241 yards and three touchdowns, and backup quarterback Mike Myers completed a 15-yard touchdown pass to Kevin Bell Jr. late in the third quarter to give Duncanville a 50-14 lead.
Abilene scored its third touchdown on a 2-yard run by quarterback Derek Scott. Abilene, which rushed for 174 yards, was outgained by Duncanville 392-314.
Arlington Lamar 20, Irving Nimitz 3
IRVING — Shane Buechele threw a 46-yard touchdown pass to Jaries King, and the Arlington Lamar defense held Irving Nimitz to 74 yards of offense.
Buechele led Lamar (1-1) with 168 yards passing and 70 yards on the ground. King had 69 receiving yards.
Jamal Kemp rushed for 74 yards and accounted for the other Lamar touchdown.
Lamar limited Nimitz (1-1) to 23 yards in the second half.
Midlothian 54, Keller Timber Creek 7
MIDLOTHIAN — Jimmy Fouse hit Victor Williams for a 52-yard touchdown, and nine Midlothian ball carriers totaled 314 yards in the victory over Keller Timber Creek (0-2).
Victor Williams had 80 yards to lead the powerful rushing attack for Midlothian (2-0).
In addition, Midlothian excelled on special teams. Zach Humphreys raced 25 yards on a fake punt from his own 20 on the opening scoring drive, and Midlothian later tackled the punter in the end zone for a safety and returned a blocked punt for a touchdown.
Justin Northwest 49, Grapevine 14
GRAPEVINE — Quarterback Jesse Drummer went 10-for-10 for 199 yards and five touchdowns in Justin Northwest’s victory.
Northwest (2-0) needed less than two minutes to score, with Drummer connecting with Jordan Muldrow for a 57-yard strike. Drummer threw 23 yards to Brady Byrd on Northwest’s next possession to make it 14-0.
With five minutes remaining in the first quarter, Drummer found running back Dennis Adrole on a 10-yard screen for the 21-0 lead. Drummer struck again on the first play of the second quarter, hitting Chase Morrison on a 50-yard scoring pass.
Drummer’s final touchdown pass – a 29-yarder to Morrison – made it 49-7 in the third quarter.
Frisco Centennial 51, Lake Dallas 44
CORINTH — Lake Dallas intercepted a Hail Mary pass in the end zone Friday to defeat Frisco Centennial, 51-44, in two overtimes.
The game featured a half-dozen lead changes. Lake Dallas (2-0) went ahead on Keegan Brewer’s 55-yard touchdown catch with 1:18 left, but Centennial tied it, 37-37, with 19 seconds left on D.J. Jackson’s 19-yard touchdown reception.
Jackson Grimes caught three touchdown passes for Centennial (1-1), including a TD in the first overtime. Centennial quarterback Kelly Cordova had 397 total yards and five touchdown passes.
Lake Dallas quarterback Dagan Haehn threw for 333 yards and five touchdowns, while rushing for 72 yards and a score. Brandon Simpson caught two touchdown passes, including the game-winning 12-yard grab in the second overtime, part of his team-high nine receptions.
Frisco Wakeland 52, Richardson 25
RICHARDSON -- Frisco Wakeland running back Alex Marr scored on touchdown runs of 20, 6, 12 and 67 yards at Eagle-Mustang Stadium.
Wakeland (1-0), ranked No. 16 in SportsDay’s area rankings, found the end zone on five first-half possessions, rolling up 515 total yards en route to a 35-13 halftime lead. Marr finished with 157 yards on 11 carries.
Wakeland quarterback Jackson Lamb was 11-of-16 passing for 218 yards and two touchdowns. Receiver Justice Williams had five catches for 132 yards and a touchdown.
Four players scored rushing touchdowns for the Richardson (1-1), which turned the ball over four times after scoring two touchdowns in the game’s first 13 minutes.
Garland Lakeview Centennial 45, Bryan Adams 38
GARLAND -- Jakryin Lang scored on a 14-yard run in the first overtime, and the Garland Lakeview Centennial defense held Bryan Adams out of the end zone for the win at Homer B. Johnson Stadium.
Lang scored two rushing touchdowns, and Richard McLaughlin caught 10 passes for 133 yards and two touchdowns for Lakeview (1-1).
With only 27 players suited up, Bryan Adams (1-1) battled back twice to tie the score in the fourth quarter. Jordan Harvey threw for 348 yards and four touchdowns for Bryan Adams.
Lakeview scored on Kaleb McNac’s 71-yard punt return and Trent Edwards’ 63-yard pass to McLaughlin.
Harvey had scoring passes of 55 and 51 yards to Eddie Reese and Quincy Brown.
Birdville 46, Richland 32
BIRDVILLE -- Running back Xavier Turner rushed for 269 yards and seven touchdowns to lead Birdville (2-0) past Richland.
Turner scored on runs of 12, 10, 3, 73, 2, 11 and 34 yards, pacing a Birdville attack that piled up 534 of its 579 yards on the ground.
Tied 20-20 at halftime, Birdville struck quickly to start the second half. On the first play from scrimmage in the third quarter, Turner broke loose down the left sideline for a 73-yard touchdown run. After forcing Richland (1-1) to punt on its next series, Birdland drove 45 yards on its next possession to take a 33-20 lead.
Birdville tied the score with one second left before halftime on a 3-yard run by Turner, who finished the half with 72 yards and three touchdowns.
Ennis 21, Lewisville 13
Ennis quarterback Devin Smith led the way by going 11-of-13 for 216 yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed for 61 yards on nine attempts.
In the fourth quarter, Lewisville scored its first touchdown of the season with 13 seconds left to pull within eight points, as Adrian Villarreal caught a 4-yard touchdown pass from Matt McDougal.
Ennis recovered Lewsiville’s attempted onside kick to end the game.
Adamson 40, Sunset 6
Damarcus Kelly rushed for 214 yards and four touchdowns to lead Adamson (2-0) at Kincaide Stadium.
Adamson ran for more than 300 yards, while only passing twice for 44 yards. Darian Guess connected with Fidel Lopez on a 25-yard touchdown pass. Carlos Gomez scored on a 1-yard run to start the scoring for Adamson.
Sunset scored with 50 seconds remaining in the first half on Julio Gonzalez’s 50-yard run. Gonzalez led Sunset (0-1) with 123 yards rushing.
Keller Central 17, Fort Worth Boswell 3
Taylor Robinson hauled in an 18-yard scoring pass late in the third quarter and then intercepted a Boswell pass and returned it 45 yards for a touchdown with 2:06 left in the game at Pioneer Stadium.
In the first half, Boswell (1-1) was held to just 54 yards and three first downs. Antoine Stevenson had 11 carries for 44 yards, but the rest of the team had five carries for minus-3 yards.
Boswell scored its only points with 4:16 left in the game on Luis Montalvo’s 34-yard field goal. Boswell finished with just 131 yards of offense.
Quarterback Jake McClurg led Central with 102 yards passing and 71 rushing as his team finished with 271 yards of offense.
Haltom 35, Burleson 7
Haltom (2-0) forced four turnovers and held Burleson to 258 total yards in the win at Birdville Stadium.
Haltom defensive back Dandre Reed intercepted two passes, returning one for a touchdown as time expired in the first half.
Quarterback Isaiah Hall passed for 153 yards and threw an 11-yard touchdown pass to Austin Murrell to lead Burleson (0-2).