Keep up with the action all season long: 2014 Frisco High School Football Schedules and Results
When it comes to District 9-5A rankings, there is a new chief in town as one previously undefeated team was felled by a district foe, and another picked up it’s third straight win in impressive fashion.
W Frisco Heritage (4-1, 2-1) @ Frisco High (3-3, 2-2)—38-35
When the Frisco Raccoons’ offense gets 404 total yards—including 125 yards in the air—you’ve got to scratch your head when they end up with a loss. The brunt of the burden certainly doesn’t fall on RBs Paul Terry (202 yds, 3 TDs) or Idress Ali (102 yds). You can’t pin it on the passers either, as QBs Kyle Redington and Rohan Vasa each threw for a score. And WR Dayton Bush had a big game, collecting 62 yards with two TDs.
No, this is to do the precision passing of Frisco Heritage’s Malik Walker—as he continues to hone his raw athleticism while becoming one of the area’s best option QBs. Walker completed 20 of 30 passes for 249 yards and 4 TDs—finding Bubba Ogbebor (119 yds, 3 TDs) and Chris Baez (102 yds, TD) open when he needed them. The Coyotes were so effective both on the ground and in the air that the Coons just couldn’t keep up.
W Frisco Wakeland (4-1, 2-1) @ Little Elm (1-5, 1-3)—42-6
After the first quarter, the Wakeland Wolverines found themselves leading by just one score, 7-0. Then the flood gates opened up. Between the second and third quarters, the Wolverines dominated the Lobos defense to the tune of 35 unanswered points, and the route was on.
QB Jimmy Wilkins had a great night, going 11-for-15 with 171 yds and 2 TDs. RBs Brent Altieri (132 yds, 3 TDs) and Jay Orji (102 yds, TD) paced the ground game and WRs Justice Williams (66 yds, TD) and Luke Bridges (47yds, TD) led all receivers in yards.
W Frisco Centennial (3-2, 3-0) VS. Frisco Independence (1-5, 0-4)—55 – 7
Speaking of routs, the Titans of Centennial made quick work of the Independence Knights last Friday night. This game was a no contest after a first quarter that saw the Titans score three touchdowns. By halftime it was 48-0. You get the idea. After averaging 22 points in their first three games, Centennial has put up an average of 48 over their last two.
QB Court Walker had an excellent night, as he was 7-for-7 with 125 yards passing and three TDs. RBs Anthony Pegues (106, TD) Jeremichael Deason (104 yds, TD) and Seth Cowley (2 TDs) all put on a show, as three Titans receivers—Devin McCord, Riley Brasuell, and Jackson Grimes—each hauled in a TD pass.
L Frisco Lone Star (5-1, 3-1) @ The Colony (4-2, 2-2)—21-34
Look, the jump from 3A to 5A was never supposed to be as easy as the Frisco Lone Star Rangers made it look. All told, it took all of six weeks before Lone Star found themselves on the wrong side of the win/loss ledger.
The Colony Cougars were able to shutdown the Rangers’ ground game, and used their own excellent running backs to pound out the win. For the Cougars, RBs Khalil Banks (177 yds, 2 TDs) and Darius Mitchell (79 yds, TD) led the show.
L Frisco Legacy Christian (3-2, 0-2) @ Tyler All Saints—7-9
A 54-yard touchdown pass from All Saints’ Chet Wynee to Luke Lee in the fourth quarter sealed the fate of Legacy Christian last weekend. Legacy’s Chase Moake crossed the pylons on a two-yard run in the first quarter, but that would be the last time the Eagles of Legacy saw the end zone. RB Chase Eisenmann once again showed that he can be a one-man wrecking crew as he rushed for 162 yards, giving him 791 yards on the season.