Lone Star Gridiron

Week 0 : Hightlight Games Of The Week

San Antonio Churchill 36, Northside Clark 29

Churchill WR Dimitri Flowers scored 3 TDs leading them to a 36-29 "Gucci Bowl" victory over Clark. Clark made it interesting with a 17 point fourth quarter in front of 8,632 at Comalander Stadium. Churchill has now won three straight for the first time in the series. The "Gucci Bowl" series is now tied 15-15-2 all-time.

Bellevue Washington 31, Euless Trinity 24

Trinity scored with 4:25 left in the fourth quarter and converted the 2 point conversion to tie the game at 24. In OT, Bellevue scored on their possession but Trinity had a pass get intercepted during their drive to end the game with a 31-24 loss.

Euless Trinity 3 6 7 8 0 24
Bellevue 14 0 7 3 7 31

Allen 24, Southlake Carroll 0

Allen opened its new $60 million stadium a memorable one. They shut out the defending Class 5A Division I state champions Southlake Carroll 24-0 in front of a standing room only crowd of 21,766. Carroll entered the season with a 16 game winning streak and the Class 5A AP No. 1 ranking. Their scoring streak also ended at 211 games which ranks 9th all-time.

Klein Oak 63, Langham Creek 56 OT

Klein Oak outlasted Langham Creek in OT shootout 63-56 at Klein Memorial Stadium. Klein Oak finished the night with 551 yards of total offense, while Langham Creek rang up 471 total yards.

El Paso Franklin 41, San Angelo Central 40

For the third consecutive season, this game came down to the very last play of the game. Central has one more chance with a long pass into the end zone but it fell incomplete to give Franklin the victory. Central led this one 40-28 with 7:06 remaining in the game before Franklin scored the games final 13 points to steal the victory.

El Paso Franklin 41
Central 40

First quarter
CEN — Mickey Scott 1 run (Dallas Franke kick), 2:42
FRA — Marcos Hernandez 92 kickoff return (Alan Luna kick), 2:27

Second quarter
CEN — Landon Sawyer 13 pass from Scott (Franke kick), 11:11
FRA — Emiliano Salayandia 52 pass from Cameron Candelaria (Luna kick), 10:43
CEN — Jordan Charles 7 run (Franke kick), 7:14
CEN — Scott 1 run (Franke kick), 0:31

Third quarter
FRA — Hernandez 9 run (Luna kick), 6:53
CEN — Sawyer 4 pass from Scott (kick blocked), 3:14

Fourth quarter
FRA — John Paul Quinn 7 pass from Candelaria (Luna kick), 10:14
CEN — Sterling Smith 9 pass from Scott (conversion failed), 7:06
FRA — Hernandez 25 pass from Candelaria (kick blocked), 5:28
FRA — Salayandia 26 pass from Candelaria (Luna kick), 0:58

FRA CEN
First downs 16 30
Rushes-Yards 27-126 35-169
Passing 276 320
Comp-Att-Int 17-26-0 34-44-0
Punts 2-36.5 1-27.0
Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-1
Penalties-Yards 10-93 7-67
Individual statistics

RUSHING: Franklin — Cameron Candelaria 11-50, Marcos Hernandez 7-42, Vince Garcia 9-34. Central — Mickey Scott 16-79, Jordan Charles 17-74, Landon Sawyer 2-16.

PASSING: Franklin — Candelaria 17-26-0-276. Central — Scott 34-44-0- 320.

RECEIVING: Franklin — Emiliano Salayandia 5-112, John Paul Quinn 8-111, Hernandez 3-46, Jerry Barriaga 1-7. Central — Nick Barron 13-133, Sawyer 8-55,

Keyland Taylor 3-47, Sterling Smith 8-67, Charles 2-18.

Tyler John Tyler 35, Lufkin 21

Tyler John Tyler scored 5 touchdowns of 30 yards or more and got a 35-21 win over Lufkin at Earl Campbell Field. Tyler quarterback Greg Ward passed for 389 yards and 3 touchdowns. The game was highlighted by an 80 yard pass to Fred Ross on a busted play on the first snap of the game. Ross ended up with two catches for 118 yards. The Lions totaled 506 yards for the night. Lufkin suffered only its third defeat against Tyler in the last 14 seasons. Tyler now lead the all-time series 35-28-3.
John Tyler 35, Lufkin 21

At Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium
Lufkin 0 7 7 7—21
John Tyler 14 7 7 7—35

First Quarter
JT - Fred Ross 80 pass from Greg Ward (Noe Diaz kick), 11:47
JT - Reggie Gipson 81 pass from Ward (Diaz kick), 2:10

Second Quarter
JT - Darion Flowers 58 pass from Ward (Diaz kick), 5:36
LUF - Tyler Stubblefield 4 run (Luis Garcia kick), 4:40

Third Quarter
JT - Ward 30 run (Diaz kick), 1:35
LUF - Stubblefield 6 run (Garcia kick), 1:01
JT - Ross 38 pass from Ward (Diaz kick), 5:27
LUF - Key’Vantanie Coutee 4 pass from Stubblefield (Diaz kick), 2:30

EST. ATT.—7500.

LUF JT
First Downs 25 20
Rushes-Yards 33-142 35-208
Passing Yards 268 298
Com.-Att.-Int. 19-40-1 9-22-0
Punts-Avg. 5-40.6 4-43.5
Fumbles-Lost 3-0 1-0
Penalties-Yards 12-82 7-51

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Lufkin, Tyler Stubblefield 19-65, Key’Vantanie Coutee 8-53, Josh Tolbert 6-24. John Tyler, Greg Ward 16-91, Reggie Gipson 9-38, Jeremy Wilson 1-26,

Dyran McDuff 4-20, DeQuante Woods 2-17, Justice Liggins 1-14, Fred Ross 2-2.

PASSING — Lufkin, Stubblefield 19-40-1—268. John Tyler, Ward 9-22-0—298.

RECEIVING — Lufkin, Coutee 12-150, JaBryce Taylor 5-87, Robert Howard 2-31. John Tyler, Ross 2-118, Darion Flowers 3-80, Gipson 2-95, Nick Cain 1-4, Woods 1-1.

Aledo 31, Dallas Highland Park 12

Aledo forced 4 turnovers as the Bearcats cruised to a 31-12 win over Dallas Highland Park in the Tom Landry Classic at Ford Stadium.

Aledo 0 14 10 7 31
Highland Park 0 12 0 0 12

Austin Lake Travis 47, Converse Judson 13

Lake Travis quarterback Baker Mayfield threw 5 touchdowns and Lake Travis never trailed in a 47-13 victory over Converse Judson at D.W. Rutledge Stadium. The Cavaliers took a 31-7 lead into halftime. Mayfield finished the night with 413 yards on 23 of37 passing. Receiver Zach Austin had 8 receptions and 232 receiving yards.

Dallas Skyline 42, The Woodlands 28

Dallas Skyline quarterback Devante Kincade scored six touchdowns and had 376 yards of total offense to lead the Raiders past The Woodlands 42-28. Skyline scored 21 unanswered points in the 4th quarter to get the victory.

Melissa 18, Celina 13

Melissa began their first season in 3A in grand fashion with a come from behind 18-13 victory over 3A Power Celina. The Cardinals scored a touchdown with 7 seconds remaining in the game to get the win.

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