AUSTIN, Texas - Welcome back, high school football fans! Below you will find a complete rundown of Texas high school football scores as well as highlights from the 2021 Texas high school football season:
WESTLAKE BLASTS EULESS TRINITY IN BATTLE OF TOP 10'S
The Westlake Chaparrals continue to prove they're worthy of their number one state ranking as if being two-time defending state champions isn't enough.
In one of the most anticipated high school football match-ups in the state of Texas, the top-ranked Chaps rolled over 6th-ranked Euless Trinity, taking a 27-0 lead into halftime on its way to a 34-14 win.
Clemson-bound quarterback Cade Klubnik lead the way for Westlake, passing for over 300 yards and accounting for three of the Chaps touchdowns.
CAVS CHALK UP ANOTHER DOMINANT WIN IN MARQUEE MATCHUP AT HOME
It was another high-profile opponent, another solid win for 7th-ranked Lake Travis.
Just a week after knocking off a top-ten opponent in Arlington Martin, the Cavaliers turned a close game into a blowout in a 52-20 win over 17th-ranked and traditional powerhouse Converse Judson.
LT linebacker and running back DJ Johnson took no time in showing he could be a force on special teams as well, returning the game's opening kickoff 62 yards, setting up a short drive that ended in the first of Isaac Norris' four touchdowns, a short 4-yard run on 4th down to give the Cavs a 7-0 lead.
Perhaps the key play in the game came later in the first quarter. With Lake Travis leading 10-7, Johnson fumbled as he was approaching the goal line, but offensive lineman Seth McDaniel hurried to the loose ball, recovering it in the end zone for the Cavaliers' touchdown and a 17-7 lead.
BOWIE BLOWS OUT STONY POINT TO MOVE TO 2-0
Behind backup quarterback Conner Kenyon, the Bowie Bulldogs continued to make quick work of putting a 2020 season in which they missed the playoffs behind them.
Filling in for an injured Diego Tello, Kenyon threw an early touchdown pass and ran for another as Bowie raced to a 31-0 lead en route to a 38-7 win over Stony Point.
The Bulldogs defense has given up only one touchdown in each of the team's first two games. Stony Point falls to 1-1 on the season.
BIG NIGHT FOR CP DEFENSE FUELS 1ST WIN UNDER HC QUINTERO
New head coach Michael Quintero celebrated his first win as Cedar Park's head coach.
He might have also celebrated the return of the T-Wolves "Black Rain" defense as well.
After being shredded in a 42-7 week one loss to Vandegrift, the Cedar Park defense looked to be itself again on Friday night, scoring the first touchdown of the game and holding Cedar Ridge scoreless in the second half, powering the Timberwolves to a 29-7 win over the 6A Raiders.
UNSTOPPABLE DRIPPING SPRINGS RACES BY RIVAL HAYS, 70-42
The Dripping Springs offense will be a force to be reckoned with in 2021 if the first two games of the season are any indication.
Behind another explosive night from running back Preston Alford, the Tigers' offense put on another show on its way to dishing out some long-awaited payback to their arch-rival in a 70-42 victory over Hays.
Dripping Springs picked up where they left off in a 44-26 week one win over Kerrville Tivy. On the Tigers' 2nd play from scrimmage, Alford scored on a 31-yard touchdown run, the first of three early TDs for the senior. The win snapped Dripping Springs' three-game losing streak to Hays.
DUCKS CAN'T KEEP MOMENTUM AFTER ENDING LONG LOSING STREAK IN WEEK 1, LOSING TO ROCKDALE
A week after breaking a 21-game losing streak, it looked like the Taylor Ducks might be poised to start their first winning streak in over two seasons.
But after Taylor tied Friday's game with Rockdale on a spectacular touchdown catch and run by Jarvis Anderson, Rockdale scored 30 unanswered points on its way to claiming a 44-20 win over Taylor.
FOX 7 Friday Football Player of the Week
This week's FOX 7 Friday Football Player of the Week is Dripping Springs Tigers running back Preston Alford. Alford had 270 yards rushing and three touchdowns including touchdown runs of 31 and 79 yards in the team's win over rival Hays.
WEEK TWO SCORES
THURSDAY, September 2
Cedar Creek 39
Vista Ridge 23
Bastrop Tribe 12
SM Academy 37
FRIDAY, September 3
Austin High 27
Stony Point 7
Cedar Ridge 7
Cedar Park 29
Converse Judson 20
Lake Travis 52
Round Rock 35
Euless Trinity 14
Marble Falls 41
Del Valle 6
Liberty Hill 62
Dripping Springs 70
Harker Heights 62
East View 7
Copperas Cove 39
Killeen Ellison 14
Waco High 13
Manor New Tech 50
Dallas Episcopal 42
SA McCollum 65
SA South San West
Kerrville Tivy 27
Fischer Canyon Lake 31
La Grange 14
Ingram Moore 0
Johnson City 55
Lago Vista 28
Bishop Gorman 0
St. Dominic Savio 24
Dallas UME 0
St Stephens 47
Giddings Lone Star
SM Hill Country
Hyde Park 7
SA JFK 55
Living Rock 7
MF Faith 52
McKinney Christian 33
Prairie Lea 52
RR Concodia 62
RR Christian 0
Waco Vanguard 45
SA Davenport 34
St Michaels 24
Sunday, September 5
SA Holmes 34
San Marcos 35
Week Two Rankings
- WESTLAKE (2-0, defeated Euless Trinity 34-14)
- LAKE TRAVIS (2-0, defeated Converse Judson 52-20)
- VANDEGRIFT (2-0, defeated Killeen Ellison 31-14)
- BOWIE (1-0, defeated Stony Point 38-7
- ROUND ROCK (2-0, defeated Belton 35-0)
- ROUSE (2-0, defeated Anderson 57-54)
- CEDAR PARK (1-1, defeated 6A Cedar Ridge 29-7)
- DRIPPING SPRINGS (2-0, defeated 6A Hays 70-42)
- LIBERTY HILL (1-1, defeated 6A Del Valle 62-6)
- EAST VIEW (1-1, lost to 6A Harker Heights 62-7)
- LBJ (2-0, defeated TAPPS Dallas Episcopal 44-42)
- FREDERICKSBURG (2-0, defeated 5A Kerrville Tivy 44-27)
- LAMPASAS (1-1, defeated 5A Elgin 56-13)
- WIMBERLEY (1-1, lost to Cuero 21-3)
- SMITHVILLE (1-1, lost to 3A Yoakum 27-3)
- LLANO (1-1, defeated Sonora 35-12)
- LAGO VISTA (2-0, defeated Teague 28-0)
- ROCKDALE (1-1, defeated 4A Taylor 44-27)
- LEXINGTON (1-1, defeated 2A Thrall 38-34)
- BLANCO (0-2, lost to 2A Shiner 41-7)
- MASON (2-0, defeated 3A Comfort 39-6)
- FLATONIA (2-0, defeated 3A Stockdale 28-26)
- THORNDALE (2-0, defeated Snook 31-6)
- GRANGER (1-0, game vs Rio Vista cancelled-COVID)
- JOHNSON CITY (2-0, defeated 3A Ingram Moore 55-0)
FOX 7 Austin's 2021-2022 high school football preseason rankings
2021 - 2022 Texas high school football rankings, scores: Week one
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