Weatherford Democrat

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September 2, 2012

Area football results - 08/31/2012

WEATHERFORD —  

Millsap off to rough start

Staff Report

The Alvord Bulldogs proved to be a buzz saw for Millsap in the season opener for both teams on Friday. Despite the one-sided 62-7 score, Millsap had a few bright spots in the game. Sophomore quarterback Bradley Bottoms completed seven passes for a whopping 116 yards, including a 23-yard toss to Michael Rogers, who ended the night as the leading receiver for Millsap.

Leading tacklers for the defense were Rogers, Dylan Burton and Dalton Thomas, each recording eight tackles on the night. Millsap hopes home cooking will be the cure as they host Dublin at Bulldog Stadium on Friday. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.

 

CLASS 5A

Abilene 13, Lewisville Hebron 10

Abilene Cooper 43, WF Rider 36

Allen 24, Southlake Carroll 0

Arlington Bowie 59, Mansfield 43

Arlington Houston 32, FW Wyatt 30

Dallas Jesuit 30, Loyola, Ill. 29

Dallas White 46, Irving 42

DeSoto 37, Arlington Martin 14

Garland Rowlett 31, North Mesquite 14

Garland Sachse 44, Wylie 36

Grapevine 16, Keller Fossil Ridge 13

Hurst Bell 41, North Crowley 12

Irving MacArthur 55, Richardson 26

Lewisville Flower Mound 33, Keller Central 8

Mansfield Timberview 27, Mansfield Summit 13

Mesquite 27, Richardson Lake Highlands 9

Mesquite Horn 38, McKinney Boyd 20

Midlothian 42, Waxahachie 7

Plano 14, Lewisville 7

Plano West 35, Lewisville Marcus 25

Saginaw 28, Lewisville The Colony 7

South Grand Prairie 54, Arlington Lamar 34

 

CLASS 4A

Azle 29, Burleson 0

Byron Nelson 21, Keller Timber Creek 7

Dallas Adams 14, Dallas Roosevelt 6

Dallas Adamson 32, Dallas Jefferson 6

Dallas Hillcrest 21, Dallas Molina 4

Dallas Kimball 35, Dallas Wilson 21

Dallas Lincoln 20, FW Dunbar 14

Denton Ryan 40, Corsicana 28

Ennis 30, Burleson Centennial 16

Frisco 48, North Forney 20

Frisco Centennial 45, Denison 9

FW Boswell 43, Haltom City 17

FW Western Hills 27, Seagoville 26

Joshua 48, FW South Hills 38

McKinney 55, Mansfield Legacy 46

Mesquite Poteet 35, Frisco Liberty 14

NRH Birdville 50, FW Arlington Heights 13

Sherman 57, Little Elm 56

Tyler 35, Lufkin 21

West Mesquite 43, Rockwall 17

Brewer 35, FW Trimble Tech 6

Wichita Falls 24, Granbury 10

 

CLASS 3A

Abilene Wylie 31, Argyle 14

Alvarado 64, Bridgeport 13

Bowie 21, WF Hirschi 12

Dallas Madison 34, Sanger 19

Frisco Lone Star 34, FW Castleberry 27

Gainesville 52, Burkburnett 21

Graham 53, Mineral Wells 7

Kennedale 42, Crowley 38

Lake Worth 53, FW North Side 7

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