Week 7 – Friday Night Recap

SPX Continues Dominance
Head coach Stephen Hill and the St. Pius X Panthers continued their hot streak, defeating Levelland 63-19. The Panthers completed their non-district slate a perfect 7-0 heading into the bye week before closing with their 3-game district schedule. SPX next plays Concordia Lutheran on October 21.

Hohulin Faces Former Team; Eagles Top Pantego
Steve Hohulin faced off against his old squad Pantego Christian on Friday night and opened district play with a win as Temple Christian prevailed, 41-0. Avery Childs passed for 3 touchdowns and ran for another as the Eagles built a 21-0 lead going into halftime and cruised to the win. Temple Christian will be at home next week against our third-ranked Colleyville Covenant team. Pantego travels to an undefeated Coram Deo.

TCA Tops Dunne
Addison TCA rallied to top Bishop Dunne 34-27 and keep alive a shot at winning a district title. The Trojans kicked a field goal with just under two minutes remaining and held off a last-minute drive by Dunne with an interception in the endzone by Sam Claire. QB Court Walker was outstanding again, passing for 499 yards and 3 touchdowns for TCA. Three receivers topped the 100-yard mark: Blake Hinton, Kenny Nelson, and Jack Savage. Offensive leaders for Bishop Dunne were Jordan Butler with 108 yards rushing and Jacques Hawkins with 99 yards receiving. Each had a touchdown for the Falcons.

Midland Christian Tops Grapevine Faith
Midland Christian trailed 14-0 before scoring 40 straight points en route to a 40-28 district win over Grapevine Faith. Faith’s Keyshawn Wyatt rushed for 2 scores before the Mustangs got on the board with 10 minutes remaining in the first half on a scoring run by Anderson Needham. QB Peyton Powell added a 77-yard TD run and then a TD passes to Needham and Blake Ray to take a 27-14 lead into the half. After the break, Powell connected with Needham again for a 62-yard scoring strike before Silas Crews returned an interception 99 yards for a score. Wyatt would add 2 more rushing touchdowns for Faith. Midland Christian hits the road next week to face an improved Southwest Christian team while Faith is back home to take on Frisco Legacy Christian.

Top-Ranked Teams Leave No Doubt in Week 7
Our top-ranked team in the private school ranks, Episcopal High School, defeated SPC foe Episcopal School of Dallas 62-14. The Knights are averaging 59 points a game while giving up just 15 per game. The top ranked TAPPS Division II squad Dallas Christian took to the road and defeated Prince of Peace 42-7. Northland Christian, tops in TAPPS Division III, defeated Logos Prep 90-7.