Keep up with the action all season long: 2014 Frisco High School Football Schedules and Results
After a grueling regular season where at least five Frisco ISD schools were in the hunt for postseason play, the wait is now over as three Frisco High Schools will dip their toes into the playoff pool for this week’s UIL Bidistrict round…
W Frisco High (6-4, 5-3) @ Frisco Liberty (4-6, 5-3)—14-7
The Frisco High Raccoons’ will have to end their season without a chance for a playoff berth, but that doesn’t mean they can’t enjoy their last game of the year.
Down 7-0 at half, and tied 7-7 at the end of regulation, the Raccoons beat the Liberty RedHawks the best way they know how—they outrushed them. RBs Idress Ali (136 yds, TD) and Paul Terry (52 yds) headlined the show, but it was Kyle Redington that won it in overtime for the ‘Coons, thanks to his 1-yard OT run.
W Frisco Heritage (8-2, 6-2) @ Little Elm (1-9, 1-7)—52-14
The Heritage Coyotes roared into halftime up 31-14 over the lowly Little Elm Lobos. And then, as if to add an exclamation point, their defense pitched a shutout in the second half.
It’s hard to improve on an MVP season, but Coyotes’ QB Malik Walker has done just that. His rushing yards are down a tad, but he has all but eliminated turnovers from his game, as he threw just 4 INTs—as opposed to 26 TDs—thus far in 2014.
Walker wound up with 272 yards passing last weekend, with 3 TDs. He found his favorite target, Bubba Ogbebor seven times for 118 yards and two TDs. Kene Nwangwu handled the ground duties, rushing for 171 yards and 3 scores—on just 9 attempts! Heritage pushes “restart” on their excellent 2014 campaign, as they enter the postseason this Friday night in their UIL Bidistrict round against Wylie East.
W Frisco Wakeland (8-2, 6-2) VS. Frisco Independence (1-9, 0-8)—60-13
Up 34-7 at halftime, there was never any doubt that the Wakeland Wolverines were about to end their regular season with a win over the Independence Knights. Brent Altieri and Jack White each rushed for two TDs apiece, and Jay Orji picked led the team with 81 yards and one TD. Two-way star Justice Williams had a big night, as he hauled in three passes for 70 yards.
The win was an excellent tune up for Wakeland, as they prepare for UIL Bidstrict against McKinney North this Friday.
W Frisco Legacy Christian (4-6, 1-6) @ Shelton (0-10, 0-7)
For the Frisco Legacy Christian Eagles, there won’t be a foray into the playoffs this season. However, there will be last Friday’s victory over Shelton to hang their helmets on until next spring.
Legacy exploded for 636 total yards of offense as star RB Chase Eisenmann (325 yds, 3 TDs) had his biggest night of the year. QB Chase Moake threw for 96 yards and 2 TDs while rushing for 109 yds and another score.
L Frisco Centennial (5-5, 5-3) VS. The Colony (7-3, 5-3)—33-34
A 20-point outburst in the fourth quarter was just enough for The Colony Cougars to sneak past the Centennial Titans. The Cougars’ dynamic duo of Khalil Banks (198 yds, 4 TDs) and Josh Chow (118 yds) proved too much for the Titans’ defense, as Banks’ 12-yard run with 1:08 remaining in regulation put The Colony on top for good.
Titans’ QB Court Walker connected on 12 of 20 tosses for 187 yds and a TD. Anthony Pegues continued to run rampant, with 135 yds and 2 TDs. The Titans will have the chance to forget about this loss quickly, as they enter the playoffs as District 9-5A’s fourth seed, to take on Wylie High School this Friday night.
Be sure to check back here for Lifestyle Frisco’s 2014 Bidistrict Playoff Preview