VYPE Houston Friday Night Lights Scoreboard (9.17.21): Willis stuns A&M Consolidated; Full Scoreboard
18 Sep, 2021
HOUSTON - The Willis Wildkats went on the road on Friday night and knocked off No. 5 A&M Consolidated, 24-17, giving them a signature win heading into district play.
The Wildkats have been led this season by dual-threat QB Derek Lagway, who on Friday before the game received an offer from Texas Tech.
In the world of perfection, C.E. King improved to 4-0 to start a season for the first time since 2014. That year, the Panthers went on to go 10-2. Maybe this start is a sign of what's to come with District 21-6A play starting next week against Kingwood for the Panthers.
.@fulshear_fball senior DB and newly-appointed Homecoming King Kenya Walton Jr. discusses a big 38-28 win tonight over state-ranked Fort Bend Christian Academy. Walton had one of the Chargers' two takeaways. #txhsfb @lcisdathletics @Fulshear_HS @FulshearABC pic.twitter.com/wdpVSFSzmd
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Clear Falls continued its hot start, ending Cinco Ranch's perfect season with an impressive home win. Dobie was also handed its first loss of the season by Dickinson, while Ridge Point bounced back from its first loss of the year with a dominant win over FB Austin, 64-0.
Huffman also joined the 4-0 club with a 37-20 victory over Navasota. Magnolia West, Grand Oaks, Klein Forest and Sam Rayburn - for only the second time in program history - also improved to 4-0. For Sam Rayburn, remember this was a program that prior to last year's 3-7 mark, from 2013 to 2020 went an abysmal 3-65 overall with five winless seasons in that mix.
Check out the graphic below for more scores from around the Houston-area.
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Frisco Independence vs. Frisco Lone Star
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<p><strong>Frisco Independence vs. Frisco Lone Star - Friday, September 17 at 7 pm</strong></p><p>Frisco Independence is currently 1-1 on the season and will enter Friday's game coming off of a 32-19 loss to Wichita Falls Rider. The Knights are surely going to want to get back on track as they take on one of the best teams in the Metroplex. Led by senior quarterback Joe Veracruz who has accounted for 124 passing yardsand one passing touchdown this season, the Knights are certainly going to have to put in a lot of fight. On the ground, junior running back Ude Enyeribe has recorded 200 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries while senior running back and kicker Reggie Bush claims 155 rushing yards of his own and two touchdowns on 11 carries. </p><p>Frisco Lone Star is 2-1 on the season with their only loss coming from a strong Aledo team- a game in which star quarterback Garret Rangel went down with an injury. Last week, the Rangers took the field against Frisco Heritage with junior quarterback Gabriel Barrientes in the pocket. Barrientes completed 61% of his passes with 200 passing yards and two passing touchdowns while senior wide receiver Ashton Jeanty led the charge on the ground with 140 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries during the 51-24 win over Frisco Heritage.</p><p>Fans can expect to see Lone Star as poised as ever as they come out and face off against Frisco ISD opponent Frisco Independence. The Rangers' offense is- and has continued to prove to be- one of the best in North Texas. We will see that Friday evening as they look to advance to a 2-1 record.</p>
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