Keep up with the action all season long: 2015 Frisco High School Football Schedules and Results
W Frisco High (6-1, 4-1) @ Frisco Independence (2-6, 1-5)—65-0
The Frisco Raccoons solidified their spot as District 9-5A’s second seed, as they ran amok against an overmatched Independence Knights defense.
Up 37-0 at halftime, the ‘Coons were able to provide their star running back, Idrees Ali (215 yds, 2 TDs) a second half breather, as their salty defense tightened the screws, allowing the second-string offense to get some touches.
RB AJaye Owens (41 yds, 2 TDs) and FB Lucas Reynolds (10 yds, 2 TDs) each had strong games in a complementary effort.
Up Next: VS Lone Star (8-0, 6-0)
W Wakeland (5-2, 4-1) VS Centennial (4-3, 3-2)—35-28
In a battle featuring two of District 9-5A’s top running backs, Jay Orji’s Wolverines managed just enough offense to stave off Anthony Pegues’ Titans.
Orji (225 yds, 5 TDs) had a night for the ages, but of his five touchdowns, none would prove more important than his second scoring scamper of the first quarter. That 26-yarder gave Wakeland a 14-7 advantage after the first, and it would prove the only quarter that Centennial wouldn’t match Wakeland point-for-point.
Pegues (183 yds, 2 TDs) had his customary stellar night, but it wouldn’t be quite enough to match Orji and his surging Wolverines, winners of four-straight district contests. The reeling Titans have lost three of their last four 9-5A matchups.
Up Next (Wakeland): @ Heritage (3-4, 1-4)
Up Next (Centennial): VS Liberty (2-5, 2-3)
W Lone Star (8-0, 6-0) VS Heritage (3-4, 1-4)—65-19
Once again, the Heritage Coyotes received a stellar game from their sound core of playmakers—yet came up on the wrong side of the ledger.
RB Kene Nwangwu (103 yds, TD), WR Bubba Ogbebor (158 yds, TD) and dual-threat QB Amare Jones (274 total yds, 2 TDs) all had stellar games. However, when you’re playing the Lone Star Rangers, sometimes not even great is good enough.
QB Jason Shelley carved up the Coyotes’ secondary with precision passing (11/17 for 196 yds, 4 TDs) and dominated the d-line to the tune of 121 yds rushing with another score. WR Jaylen Dixon lined up behind center for seven carries, and the results were otherworldly, as he rushed for 176 yds on just seven attempts.
With just two games remaining before postseason play, the Rangers might just run the table on the regular season and enter the playoffs undefeated.
Up Next (Lone Star): @ Frisco (6-1, 4-1)
Up Next (Heritage): VS Wakeland (5-2, 4-1)
L Liberty (2-5, 2-3) VS The Colony (3-5, 3-3)—43-63
Say what you will about last weeks The Colony versus Liberty High contest, but “boring” is one word that would never enter the conversation. 1,177 combined yards of offense, coupled with 106 points means this matchup was far more barn-burner than nail-biter.
Locked in a 21-all tie after the first quarter, the Cougars pitched the game’s only shutout in the second quarter, as they silenced the RedHawks 14-0. A 28-22 second half run ensured The Colony of their third district win.
QB Grant Buss (348 yds, 3 TDs) paced the RedHawks, as WRs Reggie Chaney and Chris McPhaul combined for 334 yards receiving, with McPhaul gaining an additional 119 yards on the ground.
Up Next: @ Centennial (4-3, 3-2)
W Legacy Christian VS Carrollton Prince of Peace Christian (-,-)—40-20
A mere one yard separated the Eagles’ total offense from Carrollton POPC’s; but the talent gap (especially at running back) was immeasurable.
Chase Eisenmann had his best game of the year in terms of yards gained, as he went nuts to the tune of 269 yards and 3 scores. CPOPC’s John Bloom had a fine game too, gaining 164 yards for two scores, but Legacy Christian once again showcased their platoon advantage, erasing an 18-13 halftime deficit by going on a 27-2 second half surge.
Up Next: VS Bullard Brook Hill (2-5, 1-3)