Texas High School Football Statewide Scoreboard Oct. 20
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Week 9 Thursday Oct. 20
- It seems fitting Allen was one of the first in the state to formally clinch a Texas high school football playoff spot. Allen defeated McKinneyt for the District 6-6A spot. Allen has won 65 of its last 66. The Eagles' only loss was in the state semifinals last season after three consecutive Class 6A Division I state titles. As expected, No. 1 in the state Allen will not face No. 2 DeSoto. It's all but official after Thursday night. Allen has defeated DeSoto the last four years in the state playoffs but DeSoto will go Division II this year after UIL realignment. See SGP win story below for details.
- South Grand Prairie defeated Irving Nimitz, 38-0 and all but mathematically clinched the four playoff spots of District 7-6A. SGP senior running back/receiver Lawrence Dixon rushed for two touchdowns but it was a dominating defense which allowed only 11 first downs which keyed the victory. SGP had the biggest first-round victory of the 2015 state playoffs with a win over Euless Trinity and hopes to go past the three rounds it went last year. DeSoto is leading 7-6A with Cedar Hill and Duncanville expected to take the other spots and all will be mathematically clinched if Grand Prairie loses to Cedar Hill on Friday.
- Third-year Frisco Independence defeated Wakeland, 38-35, as Kansas commit senior running back Dominic Williams scored three touchdowns to break open a 14-14 game. Williams totaled 291 yards rushing with four touchdowns but his three TD scoring spurt separated Independence with a 35-21 lead. Independence didn't get a victory over a rival Frisco ISD school in its first varsity season last year but now appears headed toward a state playoff berth with only two games remaining. Frisco Lone Star reached the Class 5A state final last year and leads District 13-5A.
- Keller Central 49, Fossil Ridge 28 Central senior quarterback Reese Robertson rushed for four touchdowns and passed for another for Central's second victory over their KSID rival in the last six years. Central (4-4, 3-1) strengthens its playoff drive in a District 3-6A where undefeated Abilene is a solid first-place but the remaining three playoffs spots will be up for grabs in the season's final three weeks.
- A state semifinalist last year, Mansfield (6-2, 5-0 District 4-6A) got 299 yards rushing from Oklahoma commit running back Kennedy Brooks. According to The Dallas Morning News stats, Brooks (a lot like the Sooners' current RB Joe Mixon) has 2,113 yards rushing which is nearly 1,000 yards more than the No. 2 rusher in North Texas. Notre Dame WR/DB commit Saiid Adebo caught two touchdown passes in the victory over Arlington Sam Houston.
Allen 59, McKinney 7
Belton 56, Killeen Shoemaker 7
Cypress Falls 42, Houston Jersey Village 38
Del Rio 18, Laredo United South 13
Del Valle 28, Austin Akins 24
Edinburg Economedes 20, PSJA Southwest 14
Garland Naaman Forest 27, South Garland 0
Houston Bellaire 48, Houston Westbury 14
Humble Atascocita 79, Baytown Sterling 19
Katy 42, Katy Tompkins 7
Keller Central 49, Keller Fossil Ridge 28
Mansfield 37, Arlington Houston 20
Pasadena Memorial 35, Pasadena 21
Pearland Dawson 57, Alief Elsik 14
SA Northside Brennan 42, SA Northside Taft 7
SA Northside O’Connor 45, SA Northside Jay 9
South Grand Prairie 38, Irving Nimitz 0
Amarillo Caprock 28, Plainview 24
Austin Reagan 55, Austin William Travis 54
Brownsville Memorial 23, Brownsville Porter 9
Dallas Jefferson 34, Dallas Conrad 0
Dallas Samuell 41, Dallas Kimball 27
Dallas South Oak Cliff 56, Dallas Spruce 20
Dallas Wilson 41, Dallas Adams 8
EP Chapin 55, EP Jefferson 13
Fort Bend Elkins 48, Fort Bend Marshall 41, 2OT
Frisco Independence 38, Frisco Wakeland 35
FW Eastern Hills 39, FW Polytechnic 6
FW Wyatt 35, FW Southwest 20
Lake Dallas 42, Carrollton Creekview 14
Lucas Lovejoy 21, North Forney 7
SA Brackenridge 48, SA Burbank 0
Seagoville 44, North Dallas 6
Carrollton Ranchview 26, Wilmer-Hutchins 22
Lake Worth 67, FW Diamond Hill-Jarvis 0
Lubbock Estacado 42, Pampa 34
Dallas Madison 49, Palmer 13
Ore City 41, New Diana 39
Gladewater Union Grove 28, Big Sandy 20
Follett 58, Briscoe Fort Elliott 12
Hermleigh 76, O’Donnell 68
Lefors 55, Higgins 6
Rockwall Heritage 54, Dallas Lutheran 8
Cherokee def. Lohn , forfeit
Jayton def. Afton Patton Springs , forfeit
Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/sports/dfwvarsity/prep-football/article109581887.html#storylink=cpy
How the Top 10 Fared: Week 9 Oct. 20-22, 2016
1. Allen (8-0) beat McKinney 59-7.
2. DeSoto (7-0) vs. Duncanville, Friday.
3. Lake Travis (6-1) vs. Leander, Friday.
4. The Woodlands (7-0) at Conroe, Friday.
5. Cibolo Steele (6-1) vs. SA East Central, Friday.
6. Galena Park North Shore (6-1) at Channelview, Friday.
7. San Angelo Central (7-0) at Odessa Permian, Friday.
8. Converse Judson (6-1) vs. Schertz Clemens, Friday.
9. Southlake Carroll (6-1) vs. Byron Nelson, Friday.
10. Round Rock Cedar Ridge (8-0) at Pflugerville, Friday.
1. Aledo (7-0) vs. FW Brewer, Friday.
2. Cedar Park (7-0) vs. Pflugerville Connally, Friday.
3. Manvel (7-0) vs. Texas City, Friday.
4. Denton Ryan (7-0) at Wichita Falls, Friday.
5. Richmond Foster (7-0) vs. Victoria East, Friday.
6. Lancaster (6-1) at Red Oak, Friday.
7. Texarkana Texas (7-0) vs. Greenville, Friday.
8. College Station (8-0) vs. Waco, Friday.
9. Frisco Lone Star (6-1) at Frisco Centennial, Friday.
10. Dallas Highland Park (6-1) at Forney, Friday.
1. West Orange-Stark (8-0) idle.
2. Argyle (6-0) vs. Sanger, Friday.
3. Waco La Vega (7-0) vs. Lampasas, Friday.
4. Cuero (7-0) at Sinton, Friday.
5. Geronimo Navarro (6-0) vs. Wimberley, Friday.
6. China Spring (6-1) at Gatesville, Friday.
7. Gilmer (6-1) at Longview Spring Hill, Friday.
8. Abilene Wylie (5-1) at Snyder, Friday.
9. Van (8-0) idle.
10. El Campo (8-0) idle
1. Brock (7-0) vs. Bowie, Friday.
2. Newton (7-0) vs. Corrigan-Camden, Friday.
3. Malakoff (7-0) at West, Friday.
4. Sunnyvale (7-0) at Scurry-Rosser, Friday.
5. White Oak (7-0) at Redwater, Friday.
6. Franklin (6-1) vs. Jarrell, Friday.
7. Hallettsville (8-0) at Altair Rice, Friday.
8. Canadian (5-2) vs. Spearman, Friday.
9. Cisco (5-1) vs. Bangs, Friday.
10. Rockdale (6-1) at McGregor, Friday.
1. Bremond (7-0) at Meridian, Friday.
2. Iraan (7-0) at Van Horn, Friday.
3. Refugio (6-1) at Kenedy, Friday.
4. Mart (7-0) vs. Riesel, Friday.
5. Tenaha (7-0) vs. Grapeland, Saturday.
6. Lovelady (6-0) vs. Centerville, Friday.
7. Stratford (6-1) at Sanford-Fritch, Friday.
8. Albany (6-1) at Cross Plains, Friday.
9. Price Carlisle (7-0) vs. Joaquin, Friday.
10. Muenster (6-1) at Ranger, Friday.