Three sophomores and a senior fueled a monster offensive performance from the Fort Worth South Hill Scorpions, who got an eight-touchdown effort from 2017 quarterback Tracin Wallace in a 76-21 route of Fort Worth Pascal at Scarborough-Handley Field.
The 5-foot-11, 170-pound Wallace (pictured above) completed 14 of 18 passes for 304 yards and four touchdowns, adding 246 rushing yards and four scores on the ground to fuel a 650-yard output for the Scorpion offense.
Wallace made big play after big play. He ran for a 98-yard first-half touchdown and added a 59-yard second-half touchdown run. He also threw 67-yard touchdown pass, which was a short screen to 2015 receiver Treylon LaSalle that LaSalle caught outside the far numbers and cut back all the way across the field en route to the end zone.
Wallace also connected with his twin brother, 2017 receiver Tylan Wallace, on a 23-yard second-half touchdown strike. Tylan Wallace capped South Hills' scoring with 24-yard fourth-quarter touchdown run.
Fort Worth South Hills 2015 WR/CB Treylon LaSalle
LaSalle had a huge night with eight catches for 187 yards and three touchdowns.
Another sophomore had an impact for South Hills: 2017 running back Kyran Jackson, who ran for 72 yards and a touchdown.
South Hills improved to 2-0 with the victory. The Scorpions have outscored their first two opponents 131-35. Thursday's game was Paschal's season-opener.
The Wallace twins, LaSalle, and Jackson lead South Hills into next Thursday's home game against Dallas Pinkston. Paschal hosts Dallas Woodrow Wilson on Friday.
Statistics courtesy the Fort Worth Star-Telegram's Ryan Cox
Fort Worth South Hills 2017 WR Tylan Wallace