Keep up with the action all season long: 2015 Frisco High School Football Schedules and Results
After week one of the 2015 High School Football season, three Frisco ISD schools sit atop District 9-5A in a three-way tie for first.
W Frisco (1-0) @ North Forney (0-1)—20-13
The North Forney Falcons had the right recipe to stop the Raccoons’ run-heavy offense, but came up just short thanks to timely passing from Frisco’s QB Rohan Vasa (3-3, 85 yds, TD).
Vasa, who won the starting QB spot thanks to a strong spring and summer, proved his value early, as he connected on a 56-yard pass to Christian McCorry late in the first quarter–the score that would later provide the margin of victory for Frisco.
Idress Ali (79 yds) led the offense on the ground, with Vasa (35 yds, TD) and Lucas Reynolds each grinding out a TD against that tough Falcons defense.
Next: @ Red Oak (0-1)
W Heritage (1-0) VS Richardson (0-1)—35-22
Despite big games from Richardson’s QB Michael Johnson (3 TDs, 271 total yds) and WR Khalil Lacy (133 yds, 2 TDs), the Heritage Coyotes still found the right mixture of offense and defense to land in the week one win column.
QB Amare Jones, in his debut as the Coyotes heir-apparent to Malik Walker, made quick work of the Eagles’ secondary, tossing two scores in the first quarter. Jones (240 total yards, 4 TDs) drew first blood on a 31-yard pass to Bubba Ogbebor (93 yds, TD) with 9:32 remaining in the first, and followed that up with a 39-yard toss to Carloss Crawford with 2:00 minutes remaining.
Next: VS Carrollton Creekview (0-1)
W Lone Star (1-0) @ Sherman (0-1)—48-14
Although not as impressive as last year’s Week One blowout, the Lone Star Rangers still managed an impressive win against Sherman. Robert Hall (45 yds, 3 TDs) scored twice in the opening quarter and the Rangers were cruising heading into the second, up 28-0 over the hapless Sherman squad.
QB Jason Shelley threw for 324 yds and two TDs, and rushed for 30 more as four Lone Star rushers had at least 30 years, and contributed five total TDs.
Next: VS North Forney (0-1)
L Centennial (0-1) VS Highland Park (1-0)—26-28
The Highland Park Scots exploded out of the gates, putting up 14 points in both the first and second quarters. Down 28-13 at the half, the Titans made the necessary defensive adjustments to keep the Scots off the board in the second half, but the 15-point first-half deficit would prove too much to overcome, despite a 13 point fourth quarter rally.
Highland Park’s Henry Allen was impressive, tossing for 324 yds and two scores, and the Titans’ Anthony Pegues had a huge night, rushing for 306 yds while piercing the end zone for four scores.
Next: Lake Dallas (1-0)
L Independence (0-1) VS Princeton (1-0)—27-39
Thanks to a Brandon Williams 45-yard run early in the first quarter, the Independence Knights were able to rumble to a 14-8 advantage, but a 25-point second quarter outburst by Princeton would prove too much to overcome.
Williams (104 yds, 3 TDs) had an excellent night, but QB Kyle Saddler (292 yds, TD) had problems with the picks, surendering three INTs, all of which came in the second half.
Next: @ FW Castleberry (0-1)
L Liberty (0-1) VS Denison (1-0)—7-49
The only quarter the Denison Yellowjackets didn’t manage to put up double-digits points was the third, and by that time it was too late for the RedHawks to escape the one-sided scoring abyss as they would find themselves down 35-7 heading into the fourth quarter.
RedHawks RB Dmitri Jones found the end zone in the second quarter, and this would prove their only score as the relentless Denison defense would hold them to just 187 total yards of total offense.
Next: @ McKinney (0-1)
L Wakeland (0-1) VS Lake Dallas (1-0)—14-41
During the 2014 season, the Lake Dallas Falcons lost just one regular season game—a 24-21 upset happily handed to them by the Wakeland Wolverines.
Perhaps with revenge on their minds, the Falcons never let the Wolverines into this game, as they piled-on the points in the second and third quarters to take a commanding 34-7 lead into the fourth quarter.
Backup QB Spencer Frederickson carved up the Wolverines secondary for three TDs, and RBs Courtenay Holder (146 yds, 2 TDs) and Keegan Brewer (88 yds) took care of the rest as the Falcons cruised to a Week 1 win.
WR Cole Hutchens led caught three passes for 74 yds and a TD, while QB Mason Doerr connected for 100 yds and a TD to lead Wakeland’s offense.
Next: Lovejoy (1-0)