Texas high school football scores from Saturday, October 16

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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 8 contests. Here’s a recap and the scores from some of the games:

No pain, no gain; Fort Worth Polytechnic overcomes Fort Worth Trimble Tech, 26-6

Fort Worth Polytechnic charged Fort Worth Trimble Tech and collected a 26-6 victory at Fort Worth Polytechnic High on October 16 in Texas football action.

Fort Worth Polytechnic’s leg-up showed as it carried a 13-6 lead into the fourth quarter.

Fort Worth Polytechnic’s offense jumped to a 13-0 lead over Fort Worth Trimble Tech at halftime.

Fort Worth Polytechnic drew first blood by forging a 6-0 margin over Fort Worth Trimble Tech after the first quarter.

Storm warning: Fort Worth Southwest leaves whiplash on Fort Worth South Hills, 35-6

Fort Worth Southwest left no doubt of its superiority in polishing off Fort Worth South Hills 35-6 in a Texas high school football matchup on October 16.

Both teams were shutout in the first and third quarters.

Rockwall blazes victory trail past Dallas Skyline, 42-21

Rockwall stormed to a first quarter lead and cruised to a 42-21 win over Dallas Skyline for a Texas high school football victory on October 16.

Rockwall’s domination showed as it carried a 42-8 lead into the fourth quarter.

The Yellowjackets’ offense thundered to a 35-0 lead over the Raiders at the intermission.

The Yellowjackets opened with a 14-0 advantage over the Raiders through the first quarter.

Fort Worth Dunbar turns out the lights on Fort Worth Carter-Riverside, 47-2

Fort Worth Dunbar handled Fort Worth Carter-Riverside 47-2 in an impressive showing in Texas high school football action on October 16.

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

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