by Rodney Fisher of RFSportsRadio.com
South Oak Cliff's stellar secondary, featuring six top recruits, held Cedar Hill's Justin McMillan to only 90 passing yards in the game. The Longhorns rushing attack did the job, led by Aca-cedric Ware's 24 carries, 193-yards, and four touchdown performance.
Junior David Johnson, of South Oak Cliff, in his first varsity start keep them in the game with 210-yards and four touchdowns. JF Thomas led all receivers with 108-yards and two touchdowns. The Golden Bears elected for a tough non-district schedule this year after making it to the semi-finals last season. The move may pay off with a longer playoff run this year.
Texas A&M recruit DeMarcus Lodge of Cedar Hill had two touchdowns with only 27-yards total. "Basically, I just kept calm", says Lodge. "I know what type of player I am and I know what they had to bring. I just had to stay calm and play my game."
by Rodney Fisher of RFSportsRadio.com
Jamile Johson last season racked up 17 pass break-ups, 79 tackles, and two interceptions earning him the 41st spot for cornerbacks in the nation, according to Rivals.com. Johnson decommitted to Oklahoma, and has now decided to take his talents to tobacco road with the North Carolina Tarheels.
Overall, the Golden Bears have six recruits in the secondary alone after making it to the third round of the playoffs last year. You can watch them on display this Saturday at the Lone Star Sports Classic, 7:30pm at Kincaide Stadium.
Myles Brennan, last year's national leader, returns, but he'll have plenty of competition in 2015.
A crazy finish provided some opening weekend drama in Illinois.
Major shakeups after a week filled with upsets on the national level.
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From Alabama to Wyoming, MaxPreps looks at the potential MVP for every state.
Linebacker Hank Makerney gives a huge assist to teammate Izaiha Starling for the 'kick pick.'
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Abbeville hands Christ Church Episcopal 55-14 loss, ending South Carolina's longest all-time win streak.
De La Salle is off to Texas, No. 2 Miami Central takes on No. 15 DeMatha.
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