Keep up with the action all season long: 2014 Frisco High School Football Schedules and Results
Week 2 of the 2014 Frisco ISD Football Season was another success as three teams remain unbeaten, one team started the year off 1-0, and yet another team earned it’s first victory in its school’s history. And now with District 9-5A play just a few days away, look for the intensity to be ratcheted up to an even higher level.
W Frisco Wakeland (2-0) @ Lovejoy (0-2)—56-42
When your offense puts up 54 points in its season debut, it would be foolish to hope for that same type of production in Week 2—that is, unless you’re Frisco Wakeland. After hanging 50 on the Lake Dallas Falcons a week ago, the Wolverines did it again against the Leopards of Lovejoy—this time putting 56 points on the board.
Up 42-21 heading into the fourth quarter, Wakeland survived a furious Lovejoy rally to hold on for the 14-point win, sending them to a three-way tie atop District 9-5A. The resounding win moves Wakeland into the area top 10, tied with Mansfield Legacy for the 8 spot.
Up Next: @ Frisco Lone Star
W Frisco Heritage (2-0) @ Carrollton Creekview (1-1)—29-10
Once again, the Frisco Heritage offense was impressive against a very solid opponent. QB Malik Walker showed that his improved poise in the pocket is no mirage, as he completed 19/26 passes for 234 yards and 4 TDs. Bubba Ogbebor was Walker’s primary target, as he caught 6 passes for 116 yards and two TDs. On the ground, Kene Nwangwu and Jacques Norris combined for 123 yards.
Up Next: VS. The Colony
W Frisco Lone Star (2-0) @ North Forney (0-2)—51-14
To say that Frisco Lone Star is having a smooth transition from 3A to 5A is like saying that football is “sort of” popular in Texas. The Rangers are averaging 57 points per contest thus far in 2014. Yowzer. And in last weekend’s win over North Forney, they are putting up huge numbers with the greatest of ease.
Of three total pass attempts, QB Jason Shelley completed all three—for touchdowns. Of the two total QB keepers, Shelley found the end zone each time. At some point, this has got to be like whipping your kid brother with a cheat code at John Madden Football…
RBs Jordan Jones and Robert Hall each scored a TD on their lone carries, and Jones even hauled in an 80-yard pass for a second quarter score. Cameron Scott and Jaylen Dixon each caught a pass for a TD as the Rangers cruised to a 2-0 start to the 2014 campaign.
Up Next: VS. Frisco Wakeland
W Frisco Independence (1-1) VS. FW Castleberry (0-2)—35-8
After being blown out by Princeton in their first game in the school’s history, the Independence Knights were looking to at least be competitive for their first home game. The Knights were in control from the get go, and held a commanding 21-2 lead heading into the fourth quarter. Despite allowing a fourth quarter TD, the Knights cruised to an easy 35-8 win over Fort Worth Castleberry.
QB Kyle Saddler was the star of the show, throwing for 204 yards with a TD. Brandon Williams averaged eight yards per carry on his way to two TDs and a 104 yard performance.
Up Next: VS. Frisco Liberty
W Frisco Legacy Christian (1-0) VS. Cayuga (0-2)—37-26
In their first game of the season, the Frisco Legacy Eagles were able to display their extreme versatility, much to the chagrin of Cayuga High. Dual option QB Chase Moake threw for 98 yards and rushed for 38, and Chase Eisenmann led the team with a robust 214-yard out burst with two TDs.
Just because he can, QB/WR/RB Ryan Davis combined for 153 total yard of offense, catching two passes and one score, completing four tosses and rushing 10 times while adding another TD. It’s no coincidence that Legacy’s multi-faceted offense boasts one of the area’s most diverse players.
Up Next: @ Colleyville Covenant Christian
W Frisco Liberty (1-1) VS. McKinney (1-1)—28-0
After coming up just short against Denison in Week 1, the RedHawks were able to put it all together in their first win of the season over McKinney High. QB Udgam Goyal scored twice on the ground and completed eight passes for 116 yards in the air. Reggie Hubbard showed once again why he is one of the better rushers in District 9-5A, as he put down 136 yards with a TD.
Up Next: @ Frisco Independence
L Frisco (1-1) @ Waxahachie (1-1)—36-37
Tied 14-14 at halftime, the buzz in the crowd was palpable as all in attendance knew they’d be in for one heckuva second half. Neither the Raccoons nor the Indians disappointed. Two one-yard runs by Paul Terry and Idress Ali (62 yds, TD) pushed the ‘Coons lead to 28-21, but the Indians were far from done.
The fourth quarter started off with a bang as Trevon Smith scored on a 4-yard run with 2:25 left in regulation, and the two-point conversion gave Waxahachie the lead, 29-28. Frisco’s Paul Terry (308 yds rushing, 4 TDs) reeled off a 69-yard run to give the ‘Coons the lead once again, but the advantage would be quickly erased by a Trevon Smith 14-yard score and yet another two-point play that gave the Indians the win by the slimmest of margins.
Up Next: VS. Little Elm
L Frisco Centennial (0-2) VS. Lake Dallas (1-1)—35-56
Unlike their Week 1 shutout at the hands of the Highland Park Scots, the Centennial Titans were able to put some points on the board. However, another lackluster performance from their defense led to the Lake Dallas Falcons victory, which drops Centennial to 0-2 on the young season.
Centennial allowed a whopping 585 total yards, and their opponents are now averaging over 50 points per game. Despite two interceptions, QB Court Walker had a solid game, throwing two scores on his way to 290 yards passing. Anthony Pegues rushed for 63 yards and two TDs, and Devin McCord grabbed four passes for 86 yards and a score.
Up Next: VS. Frisco Heritage