Week 2 of the Texas high school football season is upon us and it's time to take a look at where TCU commits will be in action this week.WHERE HFB WILL BE:
THURSDAY Bryan Adams vs. Seagoville
Prospects: Joe BroadnaxFRIDAY
Mansfield vs. Mansfield Summit
Prospects: Julius Lewis
Jaelan Austin South Grand Prairie (1-1) vs. Arlington Martin (0-2); Friday September 12th, 7:30pm – Cravens Fields - Arlington
South Grand Prairie is coming off a big win last week, defeating South Oak Cliff 45-38 in overtime. Austin is averaging 129 receiving yards per game. Martin is coming off a tough loss to Dallas Skyline; 53-48. Martin has played a very tough schedule thus far as they faced Desoto in week 0.
Dallas Bryan Adams (1-1) vs. Seagoville (2-0); Thursday, September 11th; 7:00pm – Forester Field – Dallas
Bryan Adams is looking to get back into the win column this week after suffering a 46-14 loss to traditional power Celina last week. Broadnax had 10 tackles in the loss, including 3 tackles for loss. Seagoville is coming off a 19-14 win over Dallas Madison last week.
Coldspring – Oakhurst (1-1) vs. Navasota (2-0); Friday September 12th, 7:30pm – Navasota
Coldspring evened their record to 1-1 last week with a dominating 32-7 win over Silsbee. Dunham had a big game by recording 7 tackles and forcing two fumbles. Navasota hasn’t been tested in their two ball games, especially last week as they cruised to a 66-13 win over Houston Yates. The Rattlers are led by Baylor commit Tren’davian Dickson.
Sam Houston (2-0) vs. Dallas Kimball (2-0); Saturday, September 13, 4:30pm; Kinkaide Stadium
Sam Houston’s 2-0 record will be put to the test this Saturday as they travel to Dallas to face the Kimball Knights. Flowers has been held in check as a receiver so far; hauling in just three catches in two games. Kimball is coming off a big 48-7 win over rival Dallas Carter last week.
New Boston (1-1) vs. Pittsburg (0-2); Friday, September 12th, 7:30pm – New Boston
New Boston got in the win column last week with a 17-14 win over Pleasant Grove. Gladney had a 55-yard run in the game and will be asked to do the same this week against 0-2 Pittsburg. The Pirates are coming off a big 77-14 loss last week to Gladewater.
Yoakum (2-0) vs. East Bernard (1-1); Friday, September 12th, 7:30pm – East Bernard
Yoakum has got off to a great start to the 2014 season, going 2-0 and outscoring their opponents 88-21. The Bulldogs are coming off a 34-21 win over Hallettsville last week. Hights has accounted for seven scores in the two wins. East Bernard is coming off a 27-7 win over Houston Christian.
Spring Westfield (1-1) vs. Galena Park North Shore(1-1); Thursday, September 11th, 7:00pm – George Stadium
Westfield improved to 1-1 on the season after a 47-21 win over Clear Brook last week. Westfield is averaging 401 yards of offense per game, including 285 on the ground. North Shore is coming off a big loss to Manvel; 42-17. Both Westfield and North Shore have losses to Manvel.
Arlington Bowie (1-1) – BYE WEEK
The Volunteers have a bye this week.
Mansfield (1-1) at Mansfield Summit (1-1); Friday, September 12th, 7:30pm –Newsom Stadium - Mansfield
Lewis and Mansfield had a tough game last week, falling to Waco Midway 24-14. They’ll have a chance to get back in the win column on Friday as they face one of their heated rivals in Summit. Summit comes into the game also with a 1-1 record and is coming off a 47-27 win over Birdville last week.
Round Rock (1-1) vs. Copperas Cove (1-1); Friday September 12th, 7:30pm – Dragon Stadium – Round Rock
Round Rock evened their season record to 1-1 last week after a hard-fought 25-22 win over Killeen. Copperas Cove enters the game also with a 1-1 record after losing to state-ranked Lake Travis last week; 47-16.
Arlington Bowie (1-1) – BYE WEEK
Bowie has a bye this week.
FW All Saints (0-2) vs. Greenhill School (1-1); Friday, September 12th, 7:00pm – All Saints – Ft. Worth
All Saints is in an unfamiliar place with a 0-2 start to the season. The two-time defending SPC champions struggled heavily in a 65-38 loss to Trinity Christian – Addison. Dallas Greenhill is coming off a 50-23 win over John Cooper School.
Mesquite Horn (2-0) vs. Rockwall (2-0); Friday, September 12th, 7:30pm – Wilkerson-Sanders Stadium; Rockwall
Despite the absence of Stewart last week, Horn improved to 2-0 on the season with a 27-22 victory over Duncanville. The road doesn’t get easier for the Jaguars this week as they travel to Rockwall to battle the also undefeated Yellowjackets, which are led by 4-star running back Chris Warren. Warren rushed for 200 yards and 5 scores last week in Rockwall’s 57-20 win over L.D. Bell.
South Oak Cliff (0-2) vs. Desoto (2-0); Saturday, September 13th, 4:30pm – Maverick Stadium - UTA
South Oak Cliff has played one of the toughest non-district schedules in the state thus far and it doesn’t get any easier as they battle 6A power Desoto this Saturday at UTA’s Maverick Stadium. Thomas is off to a big start this season with 18 catches for 260 yards and 3 touchdowns. He’ll be tested by a tough Desoto secondary this week. The Eagles are coming off a 54-34 win over Eastern Christian Academy last week. They are averaging 54.5 points per game but will be without starting quarterback Tristen Wallace this week.
Ft. Worth Southwest (0-2) vs. Mansfield Legacy (1-1); Thursday, September 11th, 7:00pm – Clark Stadium – Ft. Worth
Southwest has struggled, particularly on defense in the first two games of the season. The Raiders are allowing 494 yards per game to their opponents, including 526 last week to Everman in a 61-12 loss. Legacy, who upset Lucas Lovejoy in week 0, is coming off a tough 40-37 loss last week to Crowley. Legacy is led on defense by Oklahoma State commit Taaj Bakari.
Shepherd (2-0) vs. Splendora (1-1); Friday, September 12th, 7:30pm – Splendora
Shepherd remained undefeated on the season last week with a 34-18 win over Kountze. Marshall was big in the win as he recorded two sacks. He’ll be asked to make big plays again as they travel to Splendora, which is led by Texas A&M commit Jay Bradford. Spledora is coming off 38-21 win over St. Augustine. Bradford has rushed for 250 yards and 4 scores this season .
Marble Falls(1-1) vs. Boerne(2-0); Friday, September 12th, 7:30pm – Marble FallsIn a game that features two of the top quarterbacks in the nation with Brennen Wooten and Boerne’s Quinten Dormady, big numbers are expected. Marble Falls is coming off a 60-43 win over SA Jay last week with Wooten throwing for 463 yards. He has 802 passing yards on the season. Boerne is coming off a 41-15 win over Medina Valley. Dormady is averaging 341 passing yards per game and has already tossed 10 touchdowns. NOTE: Mike Freeze is no longer at Graham and is at Weatherford. He is not playing football this season.