Fort Worth area high school sports roundup — September 18, 2021

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No quit here; Episcopal School of Dallas fights back to beat Fort Worth Southwest Christian 28-10

Episcopal School of Dallas fought out of the gates to overcome a first quarter deficit for a 28-10 win over Fort Worth Southwest Christian for a Texas high school football victory on September 17.

Episcopal School of Dallas closed out the win by holding serve in a 7-7 final period.

The Eagles’ force showed as they carried a 21-3 lead into the fourth quarter.

Episcopal School of Dallas’ offense darted to a 14-3 lead over Fort Worth Southwest Christian at halftime.

The start wasn’t the problem for Fort Worth Southwest Christian, who began with a 3-0 edge over Episcopal School of Dallas through the end of the first quarter.

Climbing out of trouble: Little Elm overcomes Fort Worth Fossil Ridge 57-21

Little Elm fought back from a slow start and rolled to a 57-21 win over Fort Worth Fossil Ridge in a Texas high school football matchup.

Little Elm’s determination showed as it carried a 50-21 lead into the fourth quarter.

Little Elm’s offense darted to a 21-14 lead over Fort Worth Fossil Ridge at the intermission.

Fort Worth Fossil Ridge showed it was ready to play, using an early thrust to carve out a 7-3 advantage over Little Elm as the first quarter ended.

Arlington Seguin’s trick is no treat for Cleburne 69-28

Arlington Seguin dominated from start to finish in a resounding 69-28 win over Cleburne during this Texas football game.

The scoreboard was in hibernation in the third and fourth quarters, with neither team scoring.

The Cougars fought to a 69-28 halftime margin at the Yellowjackets’ expense.

Arlington Seguin drew first blood by forging a 21-0 margin over Cleburne after the first quarter.

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