The Skinny: Evers and the Bixby Spartans scored 56 points in the first half on the way to an easy 62-17 victory over Sapulpa.
Tulsa World: Freshman Brennan Presley shines as Bixby rolls over Sapulpa
Next: Friday, Oct. 14, at Ponca City.
The Skinny: Garland Lakeview Centennial and Greenwood had a bye week. Through six games, Greenwood has 28 catches for 567 yards (20.3-yard average) and eight touchdowns.
Next: Friday, Oct. 14, vs. Garland.
The Skinny: Bev Facey defeated Salisbury Comp 49-3. Statistics on Hubbard were not available.
Next: Friday, Oct. 14, at Austin O’Brien.
The Skinny: Johnson was on the receiving end of a 43-yard touchdown pass in the game’s first three minutes and it proved to be the difference in Arlington Bowie’s 24-18 victory over North Crowley. Johnson finished with two catches in the game and for the season he has 15 catches for 280 yards (18.7-yard average) and five touchdowns in helping the Volunteers to a 6-0 record. Johnson has scored three different ways – punt return, kickoff return and pass receiving – this season.
Dallas News: Arlington Bowie defeats North Crowley
Next: Friday, Oct. 14, vs. Arlington.
The Skinny: The Reagan Rattlers improved to 6-1 with Saturday’s 56-24 victory over San Antonio Lee.
MySanAntonio.com: Gilliam’s two takeaways, first TD, help Reagan race past Lee
Next: Friday, Oct. 21, vs. San Antonio Johnson.
The Skinny: King scored on Fitzgerald’s first offensive play of the game on a 75-yard touchdown run, and later added a 38-yard TD in leading the Purple Hurricane to a 48-7 victory over Albany.
Albany Herald: Fitzgerald pounds Albany High
Next: Friday, Oct. 14, vs. Berrien.
The Skinny: Oologah improved to 6-0 with an easy 56-7 victory over Grove but the Rams face their toughest challenge of the season this week when they face two-time defending Class 4A state champion Wagoner.
Tulsa World: Week 7’s must-see games
Next: Friday, Oct. 14, vs. Wagoner.
The Skinny: McCune and his Dallas Christian improved to 7-0 with a 42-7 victory over Carrollton Prince of Peace Christian School.
Dallas News: Dallas Christian defeats Carrollton Prince of Peace Christian
Next: Friday, Oct. 14, vs. T.K. Gorman School.
The Skinny: A&M Consolidated turned the ball over four times in the final eight minutes and allowed rival College Station to rally for a 23-14 victory on Friday night.
BrazosSports.com: College Station takes advantage of late miscues to beat A&M Consolidated
Next: Friday, Oct. 14, vs. Bryan.
The Skinny: Keller (2-4) had a bye week.
Next: Thursday, Oct. 13, vs. Keller Central.
The Skinny: West Brook suffered its first loss of the season with a 72-7 loss to The Woodlands.
Beaumont Enterprise: West Brook routed in first loss of the season
Next: Friday, Oct. 14, at Lufkin.
The Skinny: Morton caught four passes for 83 yards in Gilmer’s 31-10 victory over Pleasant Grove. For the season, Morton has 33 catches for 610 yards (18.5-yard average) and five touchdowns.
ETvarsity.com: Gilmer wins district opener against Pleasant Grove
Next: Friday, Oct. 14, vs. Gladewater.
The Skinny: Mwaniki and his teammates gave head coach John Walsh the 100th win of his career as the only coach in school history with Denton Guyer’s 42-7 victory over McKinney on Friday night. Scout.com's Greg Powers provides an analysis of Mwaniki in this video.
Denton Record-Chronicle: Guyer rides ‘D’ to rout of Lions
Next: Friday, Oct. 14, at Allen.
The Skinny: Vaughn caught three passes for 38 yards and also ran for 13 yards on his one rushing attempt but it wasn’t enough as Lovejoy defeated Forney 35-21.
Dallas News: Lovejoy defeats Forney
Next: Thursday, Oct. 13, at West Mesquite.
The Skinny: Tracin Wallace will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a torn ACL – for the second time in two years – in the second game of the season. Before suffering the injury, Tracin was 19-of-29 passing for 333 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions, and he had rushed for 209 yards on 20 carries (10.45 yards per attempt) with three touchdowns.
The Skinny: Tylan Wallace’s touches were limited (one catch for nine yards and one rushing attempt for just three yards) but South Hills still rallied from a 14-point deficit to remain undefeated (6-0) with a 25-21 victory over Arlington Heights. Through six games, Tylan has 25 catches for 452 yards (18.1 yards per reception) with five touchdowns. He also has carried the ball four times for 71 yards and one TD.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram: South Hills rallies from deficit to edge Arlington Heights
Next: Friday, Oct. 14, vs. Western Hills.
The Skinny: Woods threw a pair of third-quarter touchdown passes as ninth-ranked Class AAA Cedar Grove defeated Tower 28-0 on Friday night. Woods connected with Jadon Haselwood on a 13-yard scoring toss early in the third quarter and then added a 74-yarder to Haselwood just a few minutes later to push the lead to 28-0.
Next: Friday, Oct. 14, vs. Pace Academy.
The Skinny: Sanders and his Denton Ryan teammates were off this week. Ryan (6-0) is No. 3 in The Associated Press’ Class 5A poll in Texas.
Next: Friday, Oct. 14, vs. Sherman.