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Texas high school football scores from Friday, October 15

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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:

Finding a way: Wichita Falls Hirschi eventually eclipses Springtown, 40-30

Wichita Falls Hirschi staggered out of the gate but stormed to the finish line in a 40-30 win over Springtown for a Texas high school football victory on October 15.

Wichita Falls Hirschi avoided the brakes and shifted into victory gear via a 22-6 stretch over the final quarter.

The Porcupines enjoyed a 24-18 lead over the Huskies to start the fourth quarter.

The Porcupines proved they would be a force to be reckoned with by building a 24-15 advantage over the Huskies at the half.

Springtown showed it was ready to play, using an early thrust to carve out a 10-8 advantage over Wichita Falls Hirschi as the first quarter ended.

Glen Rose claims gritty victory against Hillsboro, 28-21

Glen Rose found the tipping point, and leaned on it to knock off Hillsboro 28-21 in Texas high school football action on October 15.

Plano Prestonwood Christian’s convoy passes Argyle Liberty Christian, 24-6

Plano Prestonwood Christian notched a win on the victory belt after defeating Argyle Liberty Christian 24-6 in a Texas high school football matchup.

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

Plano Prestonwood Christian opened an enormous 17-0 gap over Argyle Liberty Christian at the intermission.

North Richland Hills Richland escapes North Richland Hills Birdville, 36-29

It wasn’t pretty, gut-tough wins usually aren’t, but North Richland Hills Richland wasn’t going for style points. A victory will do, and it was earned 36-29 over North Richland Hills Birdville at North Richland Hills Richland High on October 15 in Texas football action.

North Richland Hills Richland avoided the brakes and shifted into victory gear via a 16-8 stretch over the final quarter.

Defense muted both offenses in a scoreless third quarter.

North Richland Hills Birdville came from behind to grab the advantage 21-20 at intermission over North Richland Hills Richland.

The start wasn’t the problem for North Richland Hills Birdville, who began with a 14-7 edge over North Richland Hills Richland through the end of the first quarter.

Episcopal School of Dallas takes victory lap over Houston Christian, 50-7

Episcopal School of Dallas showed little mercy and even less remorse in overpowering Houston Christian 50-7 in a Texas high school football matchup on October 15.

The Eagles and the Mustangs were engaged in a massive affair at 50-0 as the fourth quarter started.

Episcopal School of Dallas opened a giant 43-0 gap over Houston Christian at halftime.

Each offense authored its Rip Van Winkle imitation, napping through a barren first quarter.

No pain, no gain; Midlothian overcomes Red Oak, 42-27

Stretched out and finally snapped, Midlothian put just enough pressure on Red Oak to earn a 42-27 victory on October 15 in Texas football.

Both offenses were stymied without points on either side in the first and third quarters.

The Hawks took a 14-7 lead over the Panthers heading to the intermission locker room.

Destination, victory: Arlington Martin tops Arlington Bowie, 68-14

Arlington Martin scored early and often in a 68-14 win over Arlington Bowie in Texas high school football action on October 15.

Arlington Martin authored an impenetrable defensive effort to blank Arlington Bowie in the final quarter.

The Warriors’ supremacy showed as they carried a 68-14 lead into the fourth quarter.

The Warriors’ offense pulled ahead to a 54-7 lead over the Volunteers at the intermission.

The first quarter gave Arlington Martin a 27-7 lead over Arlington Bowie.

Bazinga: Quick lead pushes Euless Trinity past Fort Worth Chisholm Trail, 56-7

Euless Trinity raced to a big lead and never looked back in a 56-7 win over Fort Worth Chisholm Trail in a Texas high school football matchup on October 15.

Euless Trinity’s reign showed as it carried a 56-0 lead into the fourth quarter.

The Trojans’ offense stomped on to a 49-0 lead over the Rangers at halftime.

Euless Trinity drew first blood by forging a 28-0 margin over Fort Worth Chisholm Trail after the first quarter.

Allen survives taut tilt with Denton Guyer, 38-31

Allen wasted no time, pushing in front and finishing in the same fashion during this 38-31 victory over Denton Guyer during this Texas football game.

Allen withstood Denton Guyer’s last-gasp comeback in the final period to eventually earn the win.

The third quarter gave the Eagles a 38-28 lead over the Wildcats.

The Eagles’ offense moved to a 24-14 lead over the Wildcats at halftime.

The first quarter gave Allen a 14-7 lead over Denton Guyer.

Decatur denies Fort Worth Lake Worth’s challenge, 42-28

Decatur charged Fort Worth Lake Worth and collected a 42-28 victory in a Texas high school football matchup.

The Eagles’ might showed as they carried a 42-21 lead into the fourth quarter.

Decatur’s offense moved to a 28-14 lead over Fort Worth Lake Worth at the intermission.

Both teams were shutout in the first quarter.

Just a bit better; Grand Prairie slips past Arlington Lamar, 25-20

Grand Prairie knocked off Arlington Lamar 25-20 for a Texas high school football victory on October 15.

The Gophers put a bow on this victory with a strong final-quarter kick, outpointing the Vikings 25-13 in the last stanza.

Both teams were blanked in the second and third quarters.

The Vikings showed they were ready to play, using an early thrust to carve out a 7-0 advantage over the Gophers as the first quarter ended.

Fort Worth Nolan Catholic rides to cruise control win over Fort Worth All Saints, 29-7

Fort Worth Nolan Catholic showered the scoreboard with points to drown Fort Worth All Saints 29-7 in a Texas high school football matchup.

Both teams were shutout in the first and third quarters.

The Vikings registered an 8-7 advantage at halftime over the Saints.

Irving MacArthur mauls Irving in strong showing, 48-26

Irving MacArthur painted a masterpiece of offensive football all over the canvas of Irving’s defense for a 48-26 win in Texas high school football action on October 15.

Offense was nothing but a rumor in the third quarter, as neither squad scored.

The Cardinals kept a 28-26 intermission margin at the Tigers’ expense.

Irving MacArthur moved in front of Irving 14-0 to begin the second quarter.

Chilton deals goose eggs to Hubbard in verdict, 49-0

A vice-like defensive effort helped Chilton squeeze Hubbard 49-0 in a shutout effort in a Texas high school football matchup.

The scoreboard operator could have taken a nap as both teams were blanked in the third quarter.

Chilton’s offense breathed fire to a 28-0 lead over Hubbard at halftime.

The Pirates drew first blood by forging a 21-0 margin over the Jaguars after the first quarter.

Lewisville bounces Plano in up-and-down tilt, 44-15

Lewisville took control early and methodically pulled away to beat Plano 44-15 at Plano High on October 15 in Texas football action.

Lewisville enjoyed a massive margin over Plano with a 35-15 lead heading to the fourth quarter.

Lewisville fought to a 22-0 intermission margin at Plano’s expense.

Lewisville drew first blood by forging a 14-0 margin over Plano after the first quarter.

Fort Worth Brewer sets a fast pace to trip Abilene Cooper, 37-14

Fort Worth Brewer dominated from start to finish in a resounding 37-14 win over Abilene Cooper for a Texas high school football victory on October 15.

The game was decided by the fourth quarter, which was a draw on the scoreboard at 7-7.

The Bears’ reign showed as they carried a 30-7 lead into the fourth quarter.

Fort Worth Brewer’s offense thundered to a 28-0 lead over Abilene Cooper at halftime.

Fort Worth Brewer drew first blood by forging a 21-0 margin over Abilene Cooper after the first quarter.

No quarter given: Benbrook puts down Benbrook Western Hills, 43-13

Fireworks are most common on the Fourth of July, but Benbrook broke out its own form of pyrotechnics during its 43-13 explosion on Benbrook Western Hills on October 15 in Texas football.

Both teams were shutout in the first and third quarters.

Carrollton Hebron puts an offensive performance on Coppell, 34-12

Carrollton Hebron’s offensive machine was hitting on all cylinders Friday night as it kept the scoreboard operators busy with a 34-12 win over Coppell in a Texas high school football matchup on October 15.

Carrollton Hebron struck over Coppell when the fourth quarter began 27-0.

Carrollton Hebron’s offense breathed fire to a 20-0 lead over Coppell at the intermission.

The first quarter gave the Hawks a 13-0 lead over the Cowboys.

Muenster squeezes past Windthorst, 16-8

Muenster wasted no time, pushing in front and finishing in the same fashion during this 16-8 victory over Windthorst at Muenster High on October 15 in Texas football action.

The Hornets withstood the Trojans’ last-gasp comeback in the final period to eventually earn the win.

The Hornets’ control showed as they carried a 16-2 lead into the fourth quarter.

The Hornets’ offense moved to a 9-2 lead over the Trojans at halftime.

Windthorst authored a promising start, taking advantage of Muenster 2-0 at the end of the first quarter.

Lucas Lovejoy imposes its will on Corinth Lake Dallas, 55-7

Lucas Lovejoy showered the scoreboard with points to drown Corinth Lake Dallas 55-7 in a Texas high school football matchup on October 15.

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

Lucas Lovejoy enjoyed a huge margin over Corinth Lake Dallas with a 55-7 lead heading to the fourth quarter.

Lucas Lovejoy registered a 41-0 advantage at intermission over Corinth Lake Dallas.

The Leopards drew first blood by forging a 14-0 margin over the Falcons after the first quarter.

Haltom City Haltom mauls Fort Worth Paschal in strong showing, 51-20

Haltom City Haltom earned a convincing 51-20 win over Fort Worth Paschal on October 15 in Texas football action.

The Buffalos breathed fire to a 31-7 bulge over the Panthers as the fourth quarter began.

The Buffalos opened a huge 24-7 gap over the Panthers at halftime.

Each offense authored its Rip Van Winkle imitation, napping through a barren first quarter.

Nerve-racking affair ends with Colleyville Heritage on top of Arlington Mansfield Summit, 35-34

Colleyville Heritage wasted no time, pushing in front and finishing in the same fashion during this 35-34 victory over Arlington Mansfield Summit on October 15 in Texas football action.

Colleyville Heritage’s train of momentum chugged along the final-quarter tracks with a 7-6 points differential.

Nothing was decided in the third quarter, with the Panthers and the Jaguars locked in a 28-28 stalemate.

The Panthers’ offense jumped to a 28-21 lead over the Jaguars at halftime.

The Jaguars authored a promising start, taking advantage of the Panthers 14-7 at the end of the first quarter.

Burleson Centennial bounces Mansfield Legacy in up-and-down tilt, 28-7

Burleson Centennial broke out to an early lead and topped Mansfield Legacy 28-7 for a Texas high school football victory on October 15.

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

The Spartans breathed fire ahead of the Broncos 28-7 as the fourth quarter started.

Burleson Centennial opened a mammoth 21-0 gap over Mansfield Legacy at the intermission.

The Spartans drew first blood by forging a 14-0 margin over the Broncos after the first quarter.

Weatherford makes early advantage stand up in vanquishing Fort Worth Boswell, 42-22

Weatherford stormed to a first quarter lead and cruised to a 42-22 win over Fort Worth Boswell in a Texas high school football matchup.

The Kangaroos darted to a 36-22 bulge over the Pioneers as the fourth quarter began.

Unicorns and mermaids were more common than points in a futile second quarter that left the intermission gap at 28-15.

Weatherford moved in front of Fort Worth Boswell 28-15 to begin the second quarter.

Everman pushes the mute button on Cleburne, 44-0

A suffocating defensive performance helped Everman blank Cleburne 44-0 in a Texas high school football matchup on October 15.

The Bulldogs stomped on to a 41-0 bulge over the Yellowjackets as the fourth quarter began.

Everman registered a 28-0 advantage at halftime over Cleburne.

The Bulldogs moved in front of the Yellowjackets 7-0 to begin the second quarter.

Point of emphasis; Carrollton Newman Smith allows no points in stopping Dallas Sunset, 53-0

A vice-like defensive effort helped Carrollton Newman Smith squeeze Dallas Sunset 53-0 in a shutout effort in a Texas high school football matchup.

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

The Trojans’ offense breathed fire to a 39-0 lead over the Bison at halftime.

Abracadabra: Keller vanquishes Fort Worth Timber Creek, 38-14

Keller didn’t tinker around with Fort Worth Timber Creek. A 38-14 result offered a strong testament in the win column in Texas high school football on October 15.

The Indians remained on top of the Falcons through a scoreless second and third quarters.

The Indians opened with a 21-14 advantage over the Falcons through the first quarter.

Aledo collects victory over Arlington Mansfield Timberview, 35-21

Aledo dumped Arlington Mansfield Timberview 35-21 during this Texas football game.

Arlington Mansfield Timberview took the lead 21-20 to start the fourth quarter.

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

Aledo opened with a 7-0 advantage over Arlington Mansfield Timberview through the first quarter.

Storm warning: Flower Mound Marcus leaves whiplash on Plano West, 37-14

Flower Mound Marcus earned a convincing 37-14 win over Plano West at Flower Mound Marcus High on October 15 in Texas football action.

Flower Mound Marcus’ control showed as it carried a 23-14 lead into the fourth quarter.

The Marauders’ offense jumped to a 20-7 lead over the Wolves at the intermission.

Flower Mound Marcus drew first blood by forging a 20-0 margin over Plano West after the first quarter.

Burleson imposes its will on Waco University, 48-12

Burleson dominated the first half and coasted to a convincing 48-12 victory over Waco University on October 15 in Texas football.

Both teams were blanked in the third quarter.

Burleson’s offense breathed fire to a 48-6 lead over Waco University at the intermission.

Burleson drew first blood by forging a 20-6 margin over Waco University after the first quarter.

Blank check: Fort Worth Country Day writes off Oklahoma City Casady, 29-0

A suffocating defensive performance helped Fort Worth Country Day blank Oklahoma City Casady 29-0 in a Texas high school football matchup on October 15.

Defense ruled the first and third quarters as the Falcons and the Cyclones were both scoreless.

Ferris nips Godley in scare, 21-13

Ferris found the tipping point, and leaned on it to knock off Godley 21-13 on October 15 in Texas football action.

The Wildcats fought to an interesting final quarter, yet the Yellowjackets would not be denied in finishing off this victory.

The Yellowjackets darted over the Wildcats when the fourth quarter began 15-6.

Neither defense permitted points in the second quarter, leaving the score 6-0 at halftime.

Ferris opened with a 6-0 advantage over Godley through the first quarter.

Coolidge rolls like thunder over Trinidad, 44-7

Coolidge’s offensive machine was hitting on all cylinders Friday night as it kept the scoreboard operators busy with a 44-7 win over Trinidad for a Texas high school football victory on October 15.

The Yellow Jackets’ domination showed as they carried a 36-7 lead into the fourth quarter.

Coolidge’s offense moved to a 22-7 lead over Trinidad at halftime.

Each offense authored its Rip Van Winkle imitation, napping through a barren first quarter.

Watauga Harvest Christian delivers heart-wrenching defeat to Arlington St. Paul’s, 30-24

Friday’s outing turned into an endurance test that Watauga Harvest Christian passed in a 30-24 victory at Arlington St. Paul’s’ expense in a Texas high school football matchup on October 15.

Defense put both offenses in a deep slumber in the first and third quarters, with no one scoring.

Farmers Branch Parish Episcopal roars to big win over Dallas Bishop Lynch, 49-13

Impressive was a ready adjective for Farmers Branch Parish Episcopal’s 49-13 throttling of Dallas Bishop Lynch in a Texas high school football matchup.

It were a nail-biter in the final quarter when the Panthers and the Friars both had the scoreboard blinking in a 49-13 knot.

Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the first and third quarters.

Farmers Branch Parish Episcopal fought to a 42-6 halftime margin at Dallas Bishop Lynch’s expense.

Ranger tops Bryson, 30-18

Stretched out and finally snapped, Ranger put just enough pressure on Bryson to earn a 30-18 victory on October 15 in Texas football.

Defense ruled the first and third quarters as the Bulldogs and the Cowboys were both scoreless.

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