Texas high school football scores from Friday, October 22

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There’s plenty of news and notes from an exciting night of high school sports. Texas football teams from Fort Worth, Dallas and other parts of the state hit the field for an action-packed night of Week 9 contests. Here’s a recap and the scores from some of the games:

Bazinga: Quick lead pushes Lewisville past Coppell, 38-15

Lewisville broke out to an early lead and topped Coppell 38-15 on October 22 in Texas football action.

Lewisville’s might showed as it carried a 31-7 lead into the fourth quarter.

The Fighting Farmers’ offense stomped on to a 25-7 lead over the Cowboys at the intermission.

Lewisville jumped in front of Coppell 18-7 to begin the second quarter.

Cleburne sets a fast pace to trip Joshua, 28-14

Cleburne raced to a big lead and never looked back in a 28-14 win over Joshua during this Texas football game.

The Yellowjackets enjoyed an immense margin over the Owls with a 28-0 lead heading to the fourth quarter.

Cleburne’s offense roared to a 21-0 lead over Joshua at halftime.

The first quarter gave Cleburne a 14-0 lead over Joshua.

Dallas Lake Highlands blanks Irving Nimitz, 38-0

No scoring allowed. That was the mantra Dallas Lake Highlands followed in overpowering Irving Nimitz 38-0 in Texas high school football on October 22.

Suffocating defense didn’t allow points on either side in the third and fourth quarters.

Dallas Lake Highlands’ offense stormed to a 38-0 lead over Irving Nimitz at the intermission.

The Wildcats stomped on in front of the Vikings 28-0 to begin the second quarter.

Farmers Branch Parish Episcopal soars over Plano John Paul II, 56-10

Farmers Branch Parish Episcopal’s all-around dominance took the form of a rollercoaster and rolled downhill on Plano John Paul II during a 56-10 blowout in a Texas high school football matchup on October 22.

The Panthers remained on top of the Cardinals through a scoreless first and third quarters.

Farmers Branch Parish Episcopal’s offense roared to a 35-10 lead over Plano John Paul II at halftime.

Euless Trinity staggers Weatherford with punishing performance, 49-21

Euless Trinity controlled the scoreboard and the game in a sound 49-21 victory over Weatherford in Texas high school football action on October 22.

The two squads struggled to a draw at the fourth quarter, setting for a 49-21 tie.

Euless Trinity jumped on top in front of Weatherford 42-14 to begin the fourth quarter.

Euless Trinity registered a 28-7 advantage at intermission over Weatherford.

Tough to find an edge early, Euless Trinity and Weatherford fashioned a 7-7 stalemate through the first quarter.

Springtown deals goose eggs to Decatur in verdict, 21-0

No need for worry, Springtown’s defense took care of business on Friday, keying a 21-0 shutout of Decatur at Springtown High on October 22 in Texas football action.

Springtown’s leg-up showed as it carried a 14-0 lead into the fourth quarter.

Springtown’s offense darted to a 6-0 lead over Decatur at halftime.

Defense ruled the first quarter as Springtown and Decatur were both scoreless.

Grand Prairie South Grand Prairie survives competitive clash with Arlington, 34-27

Early action on the scoreboard pushed Grand Prairie South Grand Prairie to the front, and it stayed there to fend off Arlington 34-27 for a Texas high school football victory on October 22.

Grand Prairie South Grand Prairie put a bow on this victory with a strong final-quarter kick, outpointing Arlington 17-0 in the last stanza.

Arlington enjoyed a 27-17 lead over Grand Prairie South Grand Prairie to start the fourth quarter.

Arlington got the better of the action throughout the first half, owning a 13-10 margin over Grand Prairie South Grand Prairie at halftime.

Both teams were shutout in the first quarter.

Dallas The Covenant stonewalls Tyler Bishop Gorman, 40-0

A vice-like defensive effort helped Dallas The Covenant squeeze Tyler Bishop Gorman 40-0 in a shutout effort for a Texas high school football victory on October 22.

Neither squad could muster points in the first and third quarters.

Irving MacArthur outlasts Richardson, 41-21

Irving MacArthur notched a win on the victory belt after defeating Richardson 41-21 in a Texas high school football matchup.

Defense muted both offenses in scoreless first and third quarters.

Irving MacArthur’s offense moved to a 28-14 lead over Richardson at the intermission.

Oklahoma City Casady puts an offensive performance on Addison Greenhill, 42-18

Oklahoma City Casady offered a menacingly balanced approach while handling Addison Greenhill with an all-around effort during this 42-18 victory in a high school football matchup.

The Cyclones broke in front at the beginning of the fourth quarter with a 42-12 lead over the Hornets.

Each offense authored its Rip Van Winkle imitation, napping through barren first and second quarters.

Ruh-Roh, Fort Worth Nolan Catholic shuts down Argyle Liberty Christian, 38-2

Fort Worth Nolan Catholic painted a masterpiece of offensive football all over the canvas of Argyle Liberty Christian’s defense for a 38-2 win on October 22 in Texas football action.

Defense muted both offenses in scoreless first and third quarters.

Fort Worth Nolan Catholic’s offense thundered to a 21-2 lead over Argyle Liberty Christian at the intermission.

Plano gallops past Plano East, 28-14

Plano trucked Plano East on the road to a 28-14 victory on October 22 in Texas football.

Both teams were shutout in the third quarter.

The Wildcats registered a 28-7 advantage at intermission over the Panthers.

The first quarter gave the Wildcats a 13-7 lead over the Panthers.

Arlington Mansfield Summit responds to adversity to top Red Oak, 35-2

Arlington Mansfield Summit fell behind early but rebounded in the first quarter of a 35-2 win over Red Oak in Texas high school football action on October 22.

Arlington The Oakridge’s convoy passes Fort Worth Trinity Valley, 38-20

Arlington The Oakridge trucked Fort Worth Trinity Valley on the road to a 38-20 victory in a Texas high school football matchup on October 22.

Arlington The Oakridge’s position showed as it carried a 26-20 lead into the fourth quarter.

The Owls’ offense moved to a 20-13 lead over the Trojans at halftime.

The first quarter gave the Owls a 7-0 lead over the Trojans.

Powerhouse performance: Midlothian roars to big win over Mansfield Legacy, 42-20

Midlothian dominated the first half and coasted to a convincing 42-20 victory over Mansfield Legacy in a Texas high school football matchup.

Neither offense could get untracked in fruitless first and third quarters.

The Panthers’ offense moved to a 28-14 lead over the Broncos at halftime.

Take a breath; Bremond deserves it after overtime win over Hubbard, 43-35

Bonus football saw Bremond use the overtime to top Hubbard 43-35 in Texas high school football on October 22.

Bremond got the better of the first overtime-period scoring 8-0 to finish the game in style.

Nothing was decided in the third quarter, with the Tigers and the Jaguars locked in a 35-35 stalemate.

The Tigers registered a 28-13 advantage at halftime over the Jaguars.

The first quarter gave Bremond a 21-7 lead over Hubbard.

No scoring allowed; Glen Rose pushes past Venus, 58-0

It was a quiet night for the scoreboard operators on one side, where the digit never moved off 0 in Glen Rose’s 58-0 beating of Venus in Texas high school football on October 22.

Offense was nothing but a rumor in the first and third quarters, as neither squad scored.

Denton Ryan overwhelms Frisco Heritage, 55-14

Frisco Heritage had no answers as Denton Ryan roared to a 55-14 victory on October 22 in Texas football action.

The Raiders roared in front of the Coyotes 48-0 going into the fourth quarter.

The Raiders’ offense breathed fire to a 41-0 lead over the Coyotes at halftime.

Denton Ryan opened with a 14-0 advantage over Frisco Heritage through the first quarter.

Fort Worth Fossil Ridge sews up Keller, 36-35

Fort Worth Fossil Ridge found the tipping point, and leaned on it to knock off Keller 36-35 for a Texas high school football victory on October 22.

The Panthers broke in front at the beginning of the fourth quarter with a 28-21 lead over the Indians.

An intermission tie at 14-14 allowed for a respite as both teams looked to regroup in the locker room.

Tough to find an edge early, the Panthers and the Indians fashioned a 7-7 stalemate through the first quarter.

Flexing muscle: Brock rolls over Boyd, 55-7

Brock swept across the scoreboard with a dizzying flurry of points to ambush Boyd 55-7 during this Texas football game.

Brock’s command showed as it carried a 48-0 lead into the fourth quarter.

The Eagles’ offense pulled ahead to a 27-0 lead over the Yellowjackets at the intermission.

The Eagles stomped on in front of the Yellowjackets 20-0 to begin the second quarter.

The Woodlands John Cooper tackles Fort Worth Country Day, 48-7

The Woodlands John Cooper dominated the first half and coasted to a convincing 48-7 victory over Fort Worth Country Day in a Texas high school football matchup.

The Woodlands John Cooper’s command showed as it carried a 41-7 lead into the fourth quarter.

The Dragons’ offense took charge to a 28-7 lead over the Falcons at halftime.

The first quarter gave The Woodlands John Cooper a 14-7 lead over Fort Worth Country Day.

Ruh-Roh, Denton Guyer shuts down McKinney Boyd, 35-10

McKinney Boyd had no answers as Denton Guyer roared to a 35-10 victory on October 22 in Texas football.

The scoreboard was in hibernation in the fourth quarter, with neither team scoring.

The Wildcats took charge to a 35-10 bulge over the Broncos as the fourth quarter began.

Denton Guyer’s offense roared to a 21-3 lead over McKinney Boyd at the intermission.

The Wildcats drew first blood by forging a 7-3 margin over the Broncos after the first quarter.

Arlington Lamar sprints past Arlington Sam Houston, 38-28

No quarter was granted as Arlington Lamar blunted Arlington Sam Houston’s plans 38-28 in a Texas high school football matchup on October 22.

There was no room for doubt as the Vikings added to their advantage with a 7-0 margin in the closing period.

Arlington Lamar broke in front at the beginning of the fourth quarter with a 31-28 lead over Arlington Sam Houston.

The Texans got the better of the action throughout the first half, owning a 28-21 margin over the Vikings at halftime.

Neither team dominated early as the two squads struggled to a 14-14 tie through the first quarter.

Plano Prestonwood Christian mauls Dallas Bishop Lynch in strong showing, 38-14

Plano Prestonwood Christian rolled past Dallas Bishop Lynch for a comfortable 38-14 victory in a Texas high school football matchup on October 22.

The gap remained the same through the third quarter as neither team could dent the scoreboard.

The Lions’ offense moved to a 17-14 lead over the Friars at the intermission.

The two teams dueled to an even start, with the Lions and the Friars settling for a 7-7 first-quarter knot.

Abracadabra: Abbott vanquishes Coolidge, 53-8

Abbott controlled the action to earn a strong 53-8 win against Coolidge in a Texas high school football matchup on October 22.

Abbott pulled ahead over Coolidge 38-8 heading to the fourth quarter.

The Panthers kept a 22-8 halftime margin at the Yellow Jackets’ expense.

The first quarter gave Abbott a 14-0 lead over Coolidge.

Aquilla makes early advantage stand up in vanquishing Penelope, 54-8

Aquilla dominated from start to finish in a resounding 54-8 win over Penelope in a Texas high school football matchup on October 22.

The Cougars’ might showed as they carried a 48-8 lead into the fourth quarter.

The Cougars’ offense thundered to a 28-8 lead over the Wolverines at the intermission.

Aquilla opened with a 20-8 advantage over Penelope through the first quarter.

Argyle plants its flag on Terrell, 56-14

Argyle stormed to a first quarter lead and cruised to a 56-14 win over Terrell in a Texas high school football matchup.

The Eagles remained on top of the Tigers through a scoreless third quarter.

The Eagles’ offense breathed fire to a 35-0 lead over the Tigers at halftime.

The first quarter gave Argyle a 21-0 lead over Terrell.

Just a bit better; Blum slips past Bynum, 56-52

The margin for error was so small it only piqued the anxiety, but Blum didn’t mind, dispatching Bynum 56-52 during this Texas football game.

The Bobcats broke in front at the beginning of the fourth quarter with a 48-40 lead over the Bulldogs.

A halftime tie at 40-40 allowed for a respite as both teams looked to regroup in the locker room.

Bynum showed it was ready to play, using an early thrust to carve out a 24-16 advantage over Blum as the first quarter ended.

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