Statline: Harris did a little bit of everything for Naaman Forest in a 41-34 win over Whitehouse, as he completed seven of 10 passes for 69 yards and an interception, while also adding 89 yards and a touchdown (four yards) on 23 carries.
Up Next: vs. Lewisville at 7PM on Thursday (Garland's H. B. Johnson Stadium)
Statline: The Mustangs were not able to move the ball much on Katy in their opener, as the running game was held to 86 yards on 27 carries, while the passing game only totaled 121 yards in the 9-7 loss.
Up Next: vs. Aldine Eisenhower at 7:30PM on Friday (Thorne Stadium)
Statline: Jackson was unofficially credited with five tackles and assisted on a safety in Garland's 60-7 win over Dallas Kimball. Jackson was taken out of the game after the first series ion the third quarter,
Up Next: vs. Duncanville at 7PM on Thursday (Garland's Williams Stadium)
Statline: Phillips caught five passes for 51 yards on offense, along with one carry for five yards on the ground in Garland's 60-7 thrashing of Garland. He also was unofficially credited with four tackles and an interception (15 yards on the return) on defense, although he was lifted after the first series in the third quarter because of the blowout score.
Up Next:Up Next: vs. Duncanville at 7PM on Thursday (Garland's Williams Stadium)
Statline: McCrary overcame a sprained ankle to rush for 107 yards and a touchdown (a 21-yard scamper in the fourth quarter to win the game), as Longview roared back from a 17-0 halftime deficit to beat Allen 28-25.
Statline: The good news is that the Whitehouse secondary didn't give up a lot through the air on Friday night (seven of 10 for 67 yards), but the Naaman Forest rushing attack opened up the heart of the defense for 328 yards on 33 carries, as Naaman Forest beat Whitehouse 41-34.
Statline: The future five-star prospect rushed for 58 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries, while adding another 30-yard touchdown reception in a half of work as Madison steamrolled O'Connor 40-0.
Statline: The do-it-all running back rushed for 111 yards, caught three passes for 77 yards and a touchdown, while also taking back the opening kickoff of the game 97 yards for a touchdown in Abilene's 56-13 win over Fort Worth Dunbar.
Statline: One of the state's top-rated quarterback prospects delivered big in the first game of the season, completing nine of 16 passes for 139 yards and two touchdowns, while also adding 104 yards and another touchdown on 10 carries in a 34-28 win over Newman Smith.
Up Next: vs. Stephenville at 7PM on Friday (Denton's C.H. Collins Athletic Complex)