Keep up with the action all season long: 2015 Frisco High School Football Schedules and Results
W Frisco (3-0, 1-0) @ Little Elm (0-3, 0-1)—28-13
The recipe for the Frisco Raccoons’ success is simple: get the ball in Idrees Ali‘s and Lucas Reynolds’ hands as much as possible, and add in a pinch of offense-stuffing defense. Once again, the ‘Coons created their favorite dish to perfection.
Reynolds (49 yds, 2 TDs) got Frisco on the board in the first quarter, with Ali (247 yds, 2 TDs) adding to the damage with 3:11 remaining in the first frame. Those first two TDs would prove enough for the win, as the Raccons defense allowed just 237 total yards of offense from the hapless Little Elm Lobos.
Up Next: VS The Colony (1-2, 1-0)
W Lone Star (3-0, 1-0) @ Wakeland (1-2, 0-1)—60-27
Even after coming off back-to-back blowout wins, the Lone Star Rangers knew better than to look past their District 9-5A foe, the Wakeland Wolverines. After all, Wakeland had come close to dealing the Rangers a Week 3 loss this time last year.
But this is a far better Lone Star squad than a year ago, as they continue to prove week-in and week-out. QB Jason Shelley accounted for seven total TDs—SEVEN—throwing for six scores and running for another.
WRs Coby Shelton (91 yds, 3 TDs), Jrayton Fuksa (89 yds) and Jaylen Dixon (79 yds, 2 TDs) helped pace a Rangers offense that totaled 528 yards. Wakeland’s Jay Orji (148 yds, TD) had another big night; but it simply wasn’t enough for the Wolverines to overcome the nuclear-level Lone Star offense.
Up Next: VS Liberty (1-2, 1-0)
W Liberty (1-2, 1-0) VS Independence (1-2, 0-1)—45-14
The Liberty RedHawks used a three touchdown second quarter to put the Knights out of contention, as they rolled into halftime leading 28-0.
RB Chris McPhaul (101 yds) supplied the big gains when needed, with Dmitri Jones (86 yds, 2 TDs) getting the crucial touches in the red zone. QB Grant Buss had a big night, too, as he combined for 201 total yards with 3 TDs.
RB Brandon Williams (96 yds) and WR Myles Russell each had big games for the Knights, with Kyle Saddler and Andre Williams each accounting for a touchdown in the losing effort.
Up Next: @ Lone Star (3-0, 1-0)
L Heritage (2-1, 0-1) @ The Colony (1-2, 1-0)—70-43
Picked by many media outlets as the early favorites to win the very competitive District 9-5A, The Colony Cougars looked out of sorts through the first two weeks, stumbling to an 0-2 record.
What a difference a week makes.
The Cougars, looking every bit like a playoff contender, scored early and often, taking a 42-14 lead into halftime. The Wolverines clawed out a furious rally in the second half, putting up 29 points, but the Cougars offense wouldn’t provide any breathing room, as they continued to score at will.
RB Khalil Banks (288 yds, 5 TDs) scored in every quarter at least once, to pace The Colony on their way to a whopping 635 total yards of offense. The Wolverines had plenty of offense too, rumbling their way to 530 yards. Heritage’s Kene Nwangwu (138 yds, TD) and Bubba Ogbebor (82 yds, TD) provided the majority of the offense, with WR Nic McTear (2 catches, 66 yds, 2 TDs) scoring every time he touched the ball.
Up Next: VS Centennial (1-1)
W Legacy Christian (2-0) VS Colleyville Covenant Christian (1-2)—24-14
From the outside looking in, the 2015 campaign is starting off eerily similar to the 2014 season. Legacy Christian finds themselves undefeated heading into district action.
However, this year’s team has a deeper roster, and Coach Ambry now has enough talent for a platoon, to keep his players fresh throughout the game. And this philosophy is already paying off in spades.
Chase Eisenmann (196 yds, TD) is the workhorse on the team, and is simply too good to leave off the field for an extended period of time. But QB Ethan McKasson provides a nice breather to spell Eisenmann, and he looked good, rushing for 62 yards and throwing for another 58.
Up Next: Arlington Grace Prep (3-0)