The Woodlands Christian Academy walloped Pasadena First Baptist 63-12 on the road Friday night in TAPPS District 4-3A to remain undefeated on the year.
The Warriors (6-0, 2-0) had six touchdowns on offense and the defense provided three touchdowns.
Senior quarterback Aaron Monsivaiz threw for 211 yards and four scores. Caedmon Parker caught two of those and totaled 104 yards receiving. Austin Brown and Caleb Chappelle each had one receiving touchdown.
Chapelle also had a rushing score as did Dane Jackson.
Parker and Chappelle also scored on defense as each had interceptions for touchdowns.
Sam Herrera had a fumble recovery for a touchdown as well.
Colten Glover had an interception and Ethan Hummel had a fumble recovery as the Warriors forced five turnovers total.
TWCA hosts Lutheran South Friday at 7 p.m.
BRADY TOTALS SEVEN TOUCHDOWNS IN MAG WEST WIN
Tristian Brady threw six touchdown passes at Magnolia West beat Willis 54-30 at Berton A. Yates Stadium Friday night in District 8-5A (Div. I).
Magnolia West (3-2, 2-0) had four different players on the receiving end of those touchdown passes.
Payton Finch caught three of them and totaled 147 yards on the night. Trey Leggett had five receptions for 71 yards and two scores. Jeff Krop had 62-yard touchdown reception and Marcus Collins had touchdown and three receptions for 97 yards.
Brady was 13-for-17 for 377 yards and he threw an interception. He also had a rushing score and totaled 33 yards on the ground.
Hunter Bilbo had 18 carries for 96 yards.
Willis (1-4, 0-2) quarterback Steele Bardwell had three touchdown passes. Ja’Kobe McCoy had a 17-yard score, Josh King caught a 2-yard touchdown and Jaquez Williams had a 22-yard score. King had 132 yards on nine catches.
In the first quarter, Jadarius Brown had a 33-yard touchdown reception.
Magnolia West is on the road again next Friday as it travels to Moorhead Stadium to play Caney Creek at 7:30 p.m. Willis is home against Magnolia.
SPLENDORA HAMMERS KASHMERE
For the second time in the last two seasons, Splendora totaled over 70 points in a contest. This time it was in a non-district contest as it beat Houston Kashmere 78-6 Friday night in its home-opener at Wildcat Stadium.
Five different Splendora (3-1) players combined on seven rushing touchdowns while quarterback Cody Thorndyke threw for another four on homecoming night.
The senior signal caller was 11-for-12 for 197 yards passing and he also rushed for 49 yards and a score. Three of Thorndyke’s touchdown passes went to senior Tyler Gamble. McCray Fails also had a touchdown reception.
Junior Jagger Kennedy and sophomore Brandon Harris each had two rushing scores. Junior Andrew Hernandez had a team-high 90 yards rushing and a score. Sophomore Zane Obregon also had a rushing score and totaled 60 yards rushing.
Freshman kicker Kevin Luna was 8-of-9 on extra points.
The defense had six takeaways, including five fumble recoveries. Obregon, Hernandez, Patrick Leach, Colby Frazier and James Carr each had one. Gamble had an interception.
Daniel Orr had two of the Wildcats’ four sacks.
Splendora starts District 11-4A (Div. I) this Friday at home against Livingston.
BEARS DROP FOURTH STRAIGHT
Montgomery fell 41-21 at A&M Consolidated Friday night District 10-5A (Div. II) for its fourth straight loss of the season.
The Bears (1-4, 0-2) got an efficient night from quarterback Brock Bolfing. The sophomore was 22-for-26 for 211 yards. He rushed for a score (1-yard) and had one passing score which went to running back Adavion Johnson for 33 yards.
Johnson had a rushing touchdown and totaled 146 yards on 23 carries.
Travis Brown was 3-for-3 on extra points.
Montgomery returns to MISD Stadium Friday night to play Huntsville at 7:30 p.m.
LAKE CREEK DROPS TO KATY PAETOW
The Lake Creek Lions fell at home for the second straight week as Katy Paetow rolled to a 61-6 District 10-5A (Div. II) victory on forthcoming night at MISD Stadium.
Mark McKenzie had a 1-yard rushing score in the second quarter for the Lions lone points.
Lake Creek (2-3, 0-2) has allowed 106 points the last two games compared to the 61 points allowed during the team’s 2-1 start to the season.
Lake Creek is back in action Friday at Cleveland.
MAGNOLIA EDGED BY STATE-RANKED LUFKIN
Lufkin scored 12 points over the final five minutes Friday night as the Panthers edged Magnolia 24-18 in a District 8-5A (Div. I) contest at Bulldog Stadium.
Mitch Hall scored on a 15-yard run with 5:30 left in the game to put Magnolia up 18-12. That lead lasted about 20 seconds as Lufkin quarterback Jordan Moore hooked up with Kelton Wright on a 68-yard score to take the lead for good.
Magnolia (3-2, 1-1) got two rushing touchdowns and a team-best 182 yards by Hall. Cedric Harris added a 3-yard rushing score for the Bulldogs.
Travis Moore threw for 89 yards, 84 of which went to Ben Renfro.
Lufkin entered the week No. 5 in the Class 5A Division I poll.
Magnolia travels to Willis this Friday at 7:30 p.m.
CANEY CREEK DROPS THIRD STRAIGHT
The Caney Creek Panthers took to the road Friday night and lost 41-19 to Tomball in District 8-5A (Div. I).
The Panthers (1-4, 0-2) return to action this Friday at Buddy Moorhead Stadium against Magnolia West at 7:30 p.m.
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DRAGONS SCORE TWICE LATE FOR WIN
John Cooper scored a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns and that was the difference in a 28-14 Southwest Prep Conference 3A win over Oakridge School Friday night on the road.
Jaxson Pierce caught a 40-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Kaedyn Sullivan with 9:23 left in the quarter quarter to break a 14-all tie. With 2:30 left, Jake Peterson gave the Dragons a two-touchdown lead as he scored from 38 yards out.
Peterson had three total touchdowns and 216 yards rushing. He also led the defensive unit for the Dragons (4-2, 1-2) with 11 tackles.
Sullivan was 9-for-16 passing for 99 yards and Ben Deloit was the leading receiver with 45 yards on four receptions.
The Dragons plays Casady, Okla at North Texas University next Friday at 7 p.m.
HARPER DOMINANT IN COVENANT’S WIN
Wade Harper eclipsed 400 yards rushing and scored five touchdowns as Conroe Covenant Christian slipped past St. Joseph Catholic 34-32 in a TAPPS District 3-2A (6-Man) contest Friday night.
Harper totaled 406 yards on 28 carries - 14.5 yards per carry - for the Cougars. He scored the game-winning touchdown - a 13-yard carry - with 3:09 left.
Connor Thompson had eight tackles on defense and an interception. Reighn Carter had eight tackles as well, threw for 16 yards and rushed for 23.
The Cougars (4-2, 1-1) has a bye next week and will travel to Grace Chirstian Academy on Oct. 18.
GRAND OAKS BLANKED AT BROWNWOOD
Grand Oaks fell on the road for the second straight week as it lost 35-0 against Brownwood Friday night.
It’s the first time in program history that the Grizzlies (3-3) have been shut out. Grand Oaks has allowed 82 points the past two games after previously allowing just 33 points through the first four weeks (including a forfeit win over KIPP Northeast).
The Grizzlies were held to just 129 yards of total offense. Micah Cooper had 37 yards rushing while James Holmon had three catches for 32 yards. Hudson Hamilton threw for 70 yards.
Grand Oaks returns to action 7 p.m. this Thursday at Woodforest Bank Stadium against Houston Sharpstown. The Grizzlies are 2-1 in home games so far this season.