Texas Football Briefs for Thursday Night Games During Week 7

 
Jersey Village pulls python act on Houston Northbrook 55-7

Jersey Village showed little mercy and even less remorse in overpowering Houston Northbrook 55-7 for a Texas high school football victory on October 15.

Neither squad could conjure any offensive magic in a stifling defensive fourth quarter.

Jersey Village's upper-hand showed as it carried a 55-7 lead into the fourth quarter.

The Falcons' offense roared to a 42-0 lead over the Raiders at the intermission.

Jersey Village opened with a 21-0 advantage over Houston Northbrook through the first quarter.

League City Clear Falls stomps past Friendswood Clear Brook 28-0

League City Clear Falls' version of iron curtain defense completely stymied Friendswood Clear Brook 28-0 during this Texas football game.

Neither squad scored in the second and fourth quarters.

League City Clear Falls struck ahead of Friendswood Clear Brook 28-0 as the fourth quarter started.

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

Elysian Fields beats New Diana 1-0

Elysian Fields was on top of New Diana 1-0 when officials postponed the game on Thursday at Elysian Fields high school.

Elysian Fields drew first blood by forging a 2-0 margin over New Diana after the first quarter.

Harleton beats Ore City 1-0

Harleton was leading Ore City 1-0 when officials stepped in to halt Thursday's action at Harleton high school.

Harleton jumped in front of Ore City 2-0 to begin the second quarter.

Gladewater Union Grove triumphs in strong showing over Big Sandy 33-8

Gladewater Union Grove raced away to an easy win, leaving Big Sandy well behind in this 33-8 blowout in a Texas high school football matchup.

The Lions' reign showed as they carried a 33-0 lead into the fourth quarter.

The Lions' offense thundered to an 18-0 lead over the Wildcats at the intermission.

The first quarter gave the Lions a 10-0 lead over the Wildcats.

Cypress Park turns out the lights on Katy Cypress Lakes 55-32

Cypress Park's river of points eventually washed away Katy Cypress Lakes in a 55-32 offensive cavalcade in Texas high school football action on October 15. .

The Tigers moved over the Spartans when the fourth quarter began 41-26.

Cypress Park's offense jumped to a 27-26 lead over Katy Cypress Lakes at the intermission.

The first quarter gave the Tigers a 14-13 lead over the Spartans.

Jersey Village explodes on Houston Northbrook 55-7

Jersey Village's offensive machine was hitting on all cylinders Thursday night as it kept the scoreboard operators busy with a 55-7 win over Houston Northbrook during this Texas football game.

Jersey Village authored an impenetrable defensive effort to blank Houston Northbrook in the final quarter.

Jersey Village's command showed as it carried a 55-7 lead into the fourth quarter.

Jersey Village's offense roared to a 42-0 lead over Houston Northbrook at the intermission.

The Falcons breathed fire in front of the Raiders 21-0 to begin the second quarter.

League City Clear Falls pushes the mute button on Friendswood Clear Brook 28-0

No scoring allowed. That was the mantra League City Clear Falls followed in overpowering Friendswood Clear Brook 28-0 in a Texas high school football matchup.

The scoreboard was in hibernation in the second and final quarters, with neither team scoring.

The Knights stomped on over the Wolverines 28-0 heading to the fourth quarter.

The first quarter gave League City Clear Falls a 21-0 lead over Friendswood Clear Brook.

Rally time; Conroe overcomes Sugar Land Dulles 47-7

Conroe staggered out of the gate but stormed to the finish line in a 47-7 win over Sugar Land Dulles during this Texas football game.

Neither defense permitted points in the third quarter, leaving the score 9999 at first quarter.

The Vikings came from behind to grab the advantage 9999 at intermission over the Tigers.

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

Over and out: Longview punches through Beaumont West Brook 51-29

Yes, Longview looked superb in beating Beaumont West Brook, but no autographs please after its 51-29 victory in a Texas high school football matchup.

The Lobos jumped in front of the Bruins 38-28 to begin the fourth quarter.

The Lobos kept a 28-20 intermission margin at the Bruins' expense.

Longview jumped in front of Beaumont West Brook 14-6 to begin the second quarter.

Putting it all together: Cedar Park overwhelms Pflugerville Hendrickson 66-28

Sure, Da Vinci could've painted Mona Lisa's smile a bit brighter. But why tamper with near-perfection?

The same could be said with Cedar Park's performance in a 66-28 destruction of Pflugerville Hendrickson for a Texas high school football victory on October 15. .

It was tough sledding with defenses hanging tough for each side in a 66-28 final-quarter tie.

The Timberwolves and the Hawks were engaged in a gargantuan affair at 59-21 as the fourth quarter started.

The Timberwolves opened a towering 38-14 gap over the Hawks at halftime.

Tough to find an edge early, Cedar Park and Pflugerville Hendrickson fashioned a 7-7 stalemate through the first quarter.

Extra time is kind to McKinney Boyd in overtime defeat of Trophy Club Byron Nelson 14-7

Extra action was needed before McKinney Boyd could slip past Trophy Club Byron Nelson 14-7 on October 15 in Texas football action.

The Broncos put a bow on this victory with a strong first overtime-period kick, outpointing the Bobcats 7-0 in the last stanza.

Nothing was decided in the third quarter, with the Broncos and the Bobcats locked in a 7-7 stalemate.

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

The Broncos drew first blood by forging a 7-0 margin over the Bobcats after the first quarter.

No pain, no gain; Castroville Medina Valley overcomes San Antonio Southwest 24-7

Castroville Medina Valley trucked San Antonio Southwest on the road to a 24-7 victory in Texas high school football action on October 15. Nothing was decided in the third quarter, with the Panthers and the Dragons locked in a 7-7 stalemate.

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

The Panthers drew first blood by forging a 7-0 margin over the Dragons after the first quarter. 1

Storm warning: Lubbock-Cooper unleashes full fury on Lubbock Monterey 48-8

It was a full-on assault as Lubbock-Cooper disposed of Lubbock Monterey by a 48-8 score in Texas high school football on October 15.

Lubbock-Cooper breathed fire in front of Lubbock Monterey 36-8 to begin the fourth quarter.

The Pirates' offense roared to a 24-0 lead over the Plainsmen at halftime.

Lubbock-Cooper moved in front of Lubbock Monterey 7-0 to begin the second quarter. 

Granbury sprints past Crowley 32-21

Granbury dumped Crowley 32-21 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.

The Pirates' offense jumped to a 14-0 lead over the Eagles at halftime. 1

Tough tussle: Dallas Skyline steps past Keller 34-32

With little to no wiggle room, Dallas Skyline nosed past Keller 34-32 on October 15 in Texas football.

The Raiders got the better of the final-quarter scoring 15-7 to finish the game in style.

Keller had a 25-19 edge on Dallas Skyline at the beginning of the fourth quarter.

The Indians took an 18-6 lead over the Raiders heading to halftime locker room.

Keller authored a promising start, taking advantage of Dallas Skyline 7-6 at the end of the first quarter.

Deer Park imposes its will on Pasadena Sam Rayburn 44-7

Deer Park could use an Emily Post tutorial in manners, but it's competitive spirit was fine-tuned while punishing Pasadena Sam Rayburn 44-7 in Texas high school football on October 15.

It were a nail-biter in the fourth quarter when the Deer and the Texans both had the scoreboard blinking in a 44-7 knot.

The Deer and the Texans were engaged in a whopping affair at 37-0 as the fourth quarter started.

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

The Deer opened with a 7-0 advantage over the Texans through the first quarter.

Frisco Reedy rains all over Frisco Heritage 55-21

Frisco Reedy dropped a barbell on Frisco Heritage with a 55-21 sign attached to it in a Texas high school football matchup. Defense put both offenses in a deep slumber in the third quarter, with no one scoring.

The Lions registered a 41-0 advantage at intermission over the Coyotes.

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

An early bolt powers Belton past Killeen 33-26

Speedy Gonzales wasn't as quick to start as Belton, which shifted into high gear in a hurry to take control of Killeen 33-26 for a Texas high school football victory on October 15.

Conditioning showed as Belton outscored Killeen 7-3 in the final period.

The Tigers enjoyed a close margin over the Kangaroos with a 26-23 lead heading to the fourth quarter.

The Tigers' offense jumped to a 19-9 lead over the Kangaroos at the intermission.

The Tigers opened with a 12-2 advantage over the Kangaroos through the first quarter.

Denied; Houston MacArthur blunts Houston Aldine 40-0

Houston MacArthur's defense throttled Houston Aldine, resulting in a shutout win 40-0 in Texas high school football on October 15.

Houston MacArthur broke in front at the beginning of the fourth quarter with a 28-0 lead over Houston Aldine.

Both offenses were muted in unproductive first and second quarters, resulting in a 0-0 intermission score.

San Antonio Harlan rains down on San Antonio Marshall 35-21

Playing with a winning hand, San Antonio Harlan trumped San Antonio Marshall 35-21 in Texas high school football action on October 15.

Nothing was decided in the third quarter, with San Antonio Harlan and San Antonio Marshall locked in a 21-21 stalemate.

San Antonio Marshall took a 14-7 lead over San Antonio Harlan heading to the intermission locker room.

Tough to find an edge early, San Antonio Harlan and San Antonio Marshall fashioned a 7-7 stalemate through the first quarter.

Dallas South Oak Cliff sets a fast pace to trip Dallas Hillcrest 56-3

Dallas South Oak Cliff dominated from start to finish in a resounding 56-3 win over Dallas Hillcrest in Texas high school football action on October 15.

Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the third quarter.

The Bears registered a 42-3 advantage at intermission over the Panthers.

The first quarter gave the Bears a 14-3 lead over the Panthers.

Convincing fashion: Richmond Fulshear handles Sugar Land Clements 33-7

Richmond Fulshear painted a masterpiece of offensive football all over the canvas of Sugar Land Clements' defense for a 33-7 win in a Texas high school football matchup.

Sugar Land Clements was unable to gain ground in the final period, as Richmond Fulshear cloned its points production 7-7.

Richmond Fulshear's authority showed as it carried a 26-0 lead into the fourth quarter.

Richmond Fulshear's offense darted to a 12-0 lead over Sugar Land Clements at the intermission.

Defense ruled the first quarter as Richmond Fulshear and Sugar Land Clements were both scoreless.

Elysian Fields beats New Diana 1-0

Elysian Fields dominated much of the action with New Diana on Thursday, taking a 1-0 lead when officials halted play at Elysian Fields high school. The Yellowjackets drew first blood by forging a 2-0 margin over the Eagles after the first quarter.

Boxed in: Dallas White's defense bottles Carrollton Turner's attack 61-0

A suffocating defensive performance helped Dallas White blank Carrollton Turner 61-0 on October 15 in Texas football.

Offense was nothing but a rumor in the first and third quarters, as neither squad scored.

Dallas White opened a huge 35-0 gap over Carrollton Turner at halftime.

Harleton beats Ore City 1-0

Harleton had the advantage on Ore City 1-0 but the game could not be completed when referees stopped the contest at Harleton high school. The Wildcats drew first blood by forging a 2-0 margin over the Rebels after the first quarter.

No mas: Corpus Christi Carroll clobbers Corpus Christi Ray 40-7

Fireworks are most common on the Fourth of July, but Corpus Christi Carroll broke out its own form of pyrotechnics during its 40-7 explosion on Corpus Christi Ray in Texas high school football on October 15.

The Tigers 's determination showed as they carried a 26-7 lead into the fourth quarter.

Corpus Christi Carroll's offense pulled ahead to an 18-0 lead over Corpus Christi Ray at halftime.

Corpus Christi Carroll opened with a 6-0 advantage over Corpus Christi Ray through the first quarter.

Shaken, not stirred, Victoria West cracks Corpus Christi King 48-27

Victoria West's offense erupted in a dazzling display to roll over Corpus Christi King 48-27 for a Texas high school football victory on October 15.

Vice-grip defense completely blanked both offenses in the first and final quarters.

The Warriors' rule showed as they carried a 48-27 lead into the fourth quarter.

Victoria West's offense darted to a 21-14 lead over Corpus Christi King at the intermission.

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