Dallas Adamson 43, Diamond Hill-Jarvis 7
The Dallas Adamson Leopards scored early and often to beat Diamond Hill-Jarvis, 43-7. Adamson put 21 points on the board in the first quarter and ran the ball at will against the Eagles defense. Keith Bryant, Adamson’s big running back, touched the ball 10 times, gaining 237 yards and scoring twice. Sammy Gonzalez tallied the Eagles’ only score on a fourth quarter, scoring on a six-yard pass from Martin Rosales.
Saginaw Boswell (1-2) vs. Polytechnic (0-2) at Handley Field, 7:30 p.m.
Polytechnic kicks-off district 6-4A action tonight against the Boswell Pioneers. Boswell will be a good test of Poly, but may prove to be a bit too tough. The Pioneers will be bringing a balanced offensive attack to Handley Field that features quarterback Zach Files, Boswell’s leading passer and rusher. Files has thrown for eight TDs and ran for another, but he has also thrown six interceptions. Poly has scored twice in two games and the Parrot defense has allowed an average of 30 points in those two losses. Malik Jones is the key to Poly’s offense and will need to find a way to guide his team into the end zone.
Carter-Riverside (0-3, 0-1) at Saginaw Chisholm Trail (0-3, 0-1), 7:30 p.m.
This could be the best shot one of these teams has at getting a win this year. Which one is the question? Chisholm Trail is in its first year of existence and playing a varsity schedule with only freshmen and sophomores. They have scored 34 points in three games and have totaled 532 yards of offense. Defensively, they have given up 163 points and allowed over 1500 yards of offense. Carter-Riverside has scored 26 points in three games, totaling 335 yards of offense. The Eagles defense has allowed 144 points and over 1100 yards of offense. This one is a toss-up, but give the Eagles the edge on experience.
Dunbar (1-2, 1-0) at Birdville (3-0, 1-0), 7:30 p.m.
Birdville appears to be the front-runner in district 6-4A and will face a tough test from the surging Dunbar Wildcats. Dunbar is the top rushing team in the district, averaging 322 yards a game. Birdville is the number two defense in the district, allowing 166 yards per game. Birdville is also the top scoring team in the district, while Dunbar ranks second. The Hawks have yet to be tested, but Dunbar will be more than ready to give them their very best. Taylor Martin and Dan Harris are the keys to this game for Dunbar. Look for them to lead the Wildcats and give them a shot at downing the Hawks.
Paschal (1-1) vs. Dallas Sunset (0-2) at Jones Stadium, 7:30 p.m.
Last week in a shoot-out against Joshua, Paschal found its passing game. Tonight, look for the Panthers to get the running game going and click on both sides of the ball. Paschal matches up well with Sunset and should be in this game from the start. Gibson Duwe and Ben Noel will be the key to the passing game, while Justin Woodard will lead the ground attack.
North Side (0-3, 0-1) at Saginaw (3-0, 1-0), 7:30 p.m.
The Saginaw Rough Riders have the best defense in the district, allowing only 4 points a game and 141 yards. The North Side Steers are at the other end of spectrum in most categories. North Side will have a difficult time moving the ball against a stingy defense and will need to find a way to slow down an offense that averages 36 points and 322 yards a game.