Quick Game Recap
Fort Worth South Hills 2017 quarterback Tracin Wallace threw for 304 yards, ran for 246 yards, and accounted for eight total touchdowns to fuel the Scorpions' 76-21 rout of Fort Worth South Hills.
South Hills 2015 receiver/cornerback Treylon LaSalle caught eight passes for 187 yards and three touchdowns, while Wallace's twin brother, 2017 receiver Tylan Wallace (pictured at top), caught a 23-yard touchdown pass and ran for a 24-yard touchdown.
South Hills led 42-0 at halftime. Tracin Wallace accounted for five of his eight touchdowns -- four passing, four rushing -- in the second half.
Another 2017 player -- running back Kyran Jackson -- ran for 72 yards and a touchdown for South Hills, which improved to 2-0. Paschal 2016 receiver Dylan Thomas caught seven passes for 80 yards. Thomas holds offers from TCU and SMU.
Paschal's Dylan Thomas, who picked up his first two offers from TCU and SMU early in the summer, said recruiting has been quiet lately, but he did say that Baylor has shown interest and wants him to visit Waco for a game this fall. Thomas added that Florida State has been sending him mail.
Both Wallace twins said they have camped with Baylor and Sam Houston State. Tylan, who started at receiver and cornerback, said the attention that he's gotten so far is all on the offensive side of the ball. Tracin said schools like him at quarterback and have not indicated that they will recruit him as an athlete. The twins said Big 12 schools such as Oklahoma and Kansas State have also shown interest.
South Hills 2015 receiver Treylon LaSalle really played well on both sides of the ball. He had almost 200 receiving yards and scored three touchdowns. He was the fastest player on the field, even faster than the very talented Wallace twins.
LaSalle measured 5-foot-10 1/2, 162 pounds at the Dallas Nike Football Training Camp in early April. South Hills head coach J.J. Resendez said LaSalle has been laser-timed in the low 4.5's and hand-timed as fast as 4.37.
A 2016 name from South Hills to watch: receiver Thomas Nolley, who is a legit 6-foot-1, 185 pounds. Holley also played some defensive end, but his frame obviously suggests that his best fit down the road would be as a big outside receiver.
Statistics courtesy the Fort Worth Star-Telegram's Ryan Cox