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In a preseason game against Lancaster, Duncanville brought out all of their playmakers to post a 102-59 victory. The Panthers played hard throughout the entire game to secure their second win of the season. VYPE DFW was there to catch all of the action!
CJ Ford sunk back-to-back three pointers in the first quarter to set the tone for the game as Duncanville took on Lancaster on Saturday. The Panthers took an outstanding lead in the first half of the game and went into halftime ahead 44-29. As soon as the second half started, Duncanville played as explosively as ever. Lancaster continued to fight with scores of their own and strong defense in order to try to hold off the Panthers through the third quarter. Headed into the fourth, the Panthers led by only 25 points.
The fourth quarter saw back-to-back three pointers again, but this time from Ashton Hardaway to extend the lead and put Lancaster at a 34-point deficit. From there, Duncanville's defense held strong while the offense continued to push for their eventual victory.
Highlight Video filmed by Ibifiri Jamabo.
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Still undefeated, the Southlake Carroll Dragons advance to the area round of playoffs after a commanding 42-20 victory over North Crowley. Led by Owen Allen, the Dragons maintained their tempo throughout the entire game VYPE DFW was there to catch all the action!
In Friday night's game against North Crowley, Allen became Southlake Carroll's all-time leading rusher while tallying 129 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 28 carries. The Dragons offense scored five touchdowns in the first half while the defense held North Crowley to one touchdown in the first quarter to go into halftime ahead 35-7.
Coming into the second half, North Crowley's defense was able to hold Southlake Carroll to one one touchdown while posting two unanswered scores in the fourth quarter. Despite their best efforts, North Crowley was not able to make a complete comeback and fell to the Dragons.
During the Dragons' win, quarterback Kaden Anderson threw three touchdowns for 217 yards while completing 51% of his passes.
Highlight video filmed by Ibifiri Jamabo.