Frisco 59, Princeton 21
The Raccoons (6-0, 4-0) used a dominant first half to remain undefeated as they cruised to a 59-21 victory.
Frisco scored on its first five possessions, starting with a short touchdown run by Dylan Hardin. Wyatt Carson hit Arron Jamison-Johnson for a 29-yard scoring strike and Hardin found the end zone on a 4-yard run to make it 21-0.
The Raccoons went back to the air with Carson throwing a 37-yard touchdown pass to Graham Hawks, Jordan Hamilton scored on a 10-yard run and Harsin added a 26-yard touchdown run as the lead swelled to 42-0 at halftime.
Frisco put it in cruise control from there, but did put points on the board, as Kai Collins busted a 74-yard touchdown run, Gavin Marshall kicked a field goal and Keane Ramos broke free for a 79-yard score.
Lone Star 72, Denton 16
Ashton Jeanty had another standout effort and the Rangers (5-1, 4-0) had little problem with Denton (1-6, 1-4) on Friday in a 72-16 rout.
After opening the scoring with a 37-yard field goal from Cody Green, Jeanty scored from 28 yards out and Garret Rangel hooked up with Evan Stein on a 22-yard scoring strike to make it 17-2.
Jeanty broke free for touchdown runs of 48, 36 yards and 3 yards and also hauled in a 32-yard scoring pass from Rangel as the lead swelled to 44-9 at the break.
Jeanty capped a six-score performance early in the third quarter on a 30-yard touchdown reception from Rangel.
The scoring continued with the back-ups, as Javon Hubbard found the end zone on a 2-yard run, Jayden Bolton caught a 8-yard scoring pass from Gabriel Barrientes and Gerald Harris got loose for a 75-yard touchdown run.
Liberty 56, Lebanon Trail 7
The Redhawks (6-1, 4-1) bounced back from their first loss of the season in a big way, rolling to a 56-7 win over the Trail Blazers (1-5, 0-4).
Liberty erupted for 35 points in the opening quarter, starting with a 3-yard touchdown pass from Cole Hebert to Jack Bryan.
The Redhawks then used a quick-strike attack, as Keldric Luster threw touchdown passes of 61 yards to Kamryn Smith and 58 yards to Jack Bryan.
Luster was not done in the first frame, hitting Lawson Towne on a 10-yard scoring pass and Geomaih Lewis for a 51-yard strike to push it to 35-0.
The scoring pace slowed in the second quarter, but Luster’s 2-yard run gave them a 42-0 advantage at halftime and Luster found Lawson Towne for a 6-yard score early in the third quarter.
Lebanon Trail broke its stalemate with a 2-yard touchdown run from Matthew Robison, but Liberty came right back with a 66-yard score from Jaxson Frazier to provide the final margin.
Wakeland 49, Independence 0
The Wolverines (5-1, 4-1) never allowed the Knights (2-4, 1-3) to entertain the idea of an upset on Thursday, jumping out to an early lead and never looking back en route to a 49-0 victory.
Wakeland cashed in a pair of turnovers in the first quarter, as Brennan Myer threw a 8-yard touchdown pass to Tripp Riordan and Jared White added a 8-yard scoring run to grab a quick 7-0 lead.
With the defense putting the clamps on Independence, the Wolverines added to their lead as White scored from five yards out and then caught a 11-yard touchdown pass from Myer to take a 28-0 lead into halftime.
Wakeland poured it on in the third quarter, with Myer scoring on a short touchdown run and then hooking up with Noah Mangham on a 38-yard scoring strike and the reserves then got involved, with Will Schrotenboer throwing a 32-yard touchdown pass to Hayden O’Neal to provide the final margin.
Heritage 38, Centennial 22
The Coyotes (3-4, 1-4) notched their first 5-5A Division I win with a 38-22 victory over Centennial on Friday.
The Titans (0-6, 0-4) actually struck first on a 20-yard touchdown pass from Naman Goyal to Tyler Hughes, but Heritage countered on a 10-yard scoring run by Shawn Wara and a 33-yard field goal by Jacob Culpepper to take a 10-7 lead.
Easton Swetnam threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Wara late in the first half and Wara then found the end zone on a 3-yard run to push the lead to 24-7.
Centennial tried to hang around, as Goyal threw a 29-yard scoring pass to Brett Esckilden but the Coyotes had an immediate answer, with Carsten Brewer hauling in a 25-yard touchdown pass from Swetnam.
Heritage essentially put the game away when Swetnam threw a 34-yard scoring pass to Bryce Gilchrist, and while the Titans would get a 8-yard touchdown run from Tyler Rich to make it 38-22, that was as close as it would get.
Lovejoy 53, Memorial 0
The Warriors (4-2, 2-2) had a night to forget on Thursday as the Leopards (3-0, 3-0) rolled to a 53-0 victory.
Lovejoy quarterback Alexander Franklin threw five touchdown passes and the defense held Memorial to less than 200 yards of total offense.