Weatherford Democrat

Sports

September 23, 2012

Area high school football results - Sept. 21, 2012

WEATHERFORD —  

Millsap falls to Trojans, looks to district slate for win column

Staff Report

The Millsap Bulldogs offense will be looking for a way to put points on the scoreboard in district play, which begins next Friday at Tolar, after being roughed up by a good Windthorst team, 55-6.

Millsap (0-3) will travel to play the Rattlers (2-1) at 7:30 p.m. on Friday. The Bulldogs were the only District 6-2A, Div. I team in action on Friday, as the rest of its members had a bye week.

 

CLASS 5A

Arlington 41, Lewisville 13

FW Paschal 41, Dallas Sunset 0

Mansfield Timberview 58, Grand Prairie 14

Plano East 38, Lewisville Marcus 17

South Garland 31, North Mesquite 17

South Grand Prairie 23, Mansfield 21

 

CLASS 4A

FW Boswell 63, FW Polytechnic 7

FW Carter-Riverside 22, FW Chisholm Trail 20

N. Richland Hills Birdville 42, FW Dunbar 17

Saginaw 73, FW North Side 0

Tyler 35, Mesquite Horn 30

 

CLASS 3A

Argyle 44, Kennedale 13

Bridgeport 48, Burkburnett 31

Dallas Adamson 43, FW Diamond Hill 7

Decatur 49, WF Hirschi 9

FW Castleberry 42, Eustace 24

Graham 44, Breckenridge 0

Lake Worth 17, Hillsboro 14

Mineral Wells 34, Iowa Park 21

Stephenville 43, Waco La Vega 22

 

CLASS 2A

Boyd 27, Sanger 25

Cisco 34, Godley 33

Nocona 33, Ponder 7

 

CLASS 1A

Chico 43, San Angelo Texas Leadership 6

De Leon 17, Meridian 0

Santo 48, Olney 0

 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS/ SIX-MAN

FW All Saints 45, Dallas St. Mark 23

FW Lake Country 27, Dallas First Baptist 24

FW Nolan 48, Dallas Spruce 6

FW Trinity Valley 27, Austin St. Andrew’s 20

Granbury Happy Hill 75, Dublin Premiere 0

Houston Kinkaid 34, FW Country Day 14

Strawn 60, Lueders-Avoca 14

FW Christian 37, Gainesville State School 6

Mineral Wells CC 66, Comanche Paradigm 18

Stephenville Faith 79, Brownwood Victory Life 32

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